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28 Mar 2016 12:56 #72244 by midyo
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Is anybody out there have a working post processor for fusion 360 and linuxcnc turning/lathe please?

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28 Mar 2016 20:06 #72264 by andypugh
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Have you tried the "EMC - Generic Enhanced machine Controller" Post? That was the old name for LinuxCNC.

I just tried it, and got no output, but perhaps didn't have things set up correctly.

That PP certainly works well for milling.

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28 Mar 2016 22:01 #72271 by midyo
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There's no point in trying a milling PP for turning...

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29 Mar 2016 00:22 #72278 by andypugh
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midyo wrote: There's no point in trying a milling PP for turning...


I see your point, and it doesn't work
Information: Configuration: Generic Enhanced Machine Controller (EMC)
Information: Vendor: LinuxCNC
Information: Posting intermediate data to '/Users/andypugh/Desktop/1.ngc'
Error: Failed to post process. See below for details.
...
Start time: Tue Mar 29 00:19:26 2016
Loading locale from '/Users/andypugh/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/webdeploy/production/d4d665b18a1a3c20a11aed6876e70e3961deaea3/Libraries/Applications/CAM360/Data/Posts/common.en.lang'
Post processor engine: 4.2.1 40528
Configuration path: /Users/andypugh/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/webdeploy/production/d4d665b18a1a3c20a11aed6876e70e3961deaea3/Libraries/Applications/CAM360/Data/Posts/emc.cps
Include paths: /Users/andypugh/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/webdeploy/production/d4d665b18a1a3c20a11aed6876e70e3961deaea3/Libraries/Applications/CAM360/Data/Posts
Configuration modification date: Tue Feb  9 02:30:40 2016
Output path: /Users/andypugh/Desktop/1.ngc
Checksum of intermediate NC data: 5308d15a3b526f2dc2bd7aa64d3e0f78
Checksum of configuration: 518e4afdb6539a4135bd23c50059eb28
Vendor url: http://www.linuxcnc.org
Legal: Copyright (C) 2012-2016 by Autodesk, Inc.
Generated by: Fusion 360 CAM 2.0.1939
...
Error: Turning toolpath is not supported by the post configuration.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Error: Failed to invoke 'onOpen' in the post configuration.
Error: 
Error: Failed to execute configuration.
Stop time: Tue Mar 29 00:19:26 2016
Post processing failed.

One option might be to configure for Fanuc-style toolchanges (there is a sim config that demonstrates that) and use the Fanuc-turrning post-processor.

It is possible to edit post-processors in Inventor, but I am not sure if you can in Fusion.

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29 Mar 2016 00:22 #72279 by andypugh
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midyo wrote: There's no point in trying a milling PP for turning...


I see your point, and it doesn't work
Information: Configuration: Generic Enhanced Machine Controller (EMC)
Information: Vendor: LinuxCNC
Information: Posting intermediate data to '/Users/andypugh/Desktop/1.ngc'
Error: Failed to post process. See below for details.
...
Start time: Tue Mar 29 00:19:26 2016
Loading locale from '/Users/andypugh/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/webdeploy/production/d4d665b18a1a3c20a11aed6876e70e3961deaea3/Libraries/Applications/CAM360/Data/Posts/common.en.lang'
Post processor engine: 4.2.1 40528
Configuration path: /Users/andypugh/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/webdeploy/production/d4d665b18a1a3c20a11aed6876e70e3961deaea3/Libraries/Applications/CAM360/Data/Posts/emc.cps
Include paths: /Users/andypugh/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/webdeploy/production/d4d665b18a1a3c20a11aed6876e70e3961deaea3/Libraries/Applications/CAM360/Data/Posts
Configuration modification date: Tue Feb  9 02:30:40 2016
Output path: /Users/andypugh/Desktop/1.ngc
Checksum of intermediate NC data: 5308d15a3b526f2dc2bd7aa64d3e0f78
Checksum of configuration: 518e4afdb6539a4135bd23c50059eb28
Vendor url: http://www.linuxcnc.org
Legal: Copyright (C) 2012-2016 by Autodesk, Inc.
Generated by: Fusion 360 CAM 2.0.1939
...
Error: Turning toolpath is not supported by the post configuration.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Error: Failed to invoke 'onOpen' in the post configuration.
Error: 
Error: Failed to execute configuration.
Stop time: Tue Mar 29 00:19:26 2016
Post processing failed.

One option might be to configure for Fanuc-style toolchanges (there is a sim config that demonstrates that) and use the Fanuc-turrning post-processor.

It is possible to edit post-processors in Inventor, but I am not sure if you can in Fusion.

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29 Mar 2016 00:33 #72280 by andypugh
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andypugh wrote: It is possible to edit post-processors in Inventor, but I am not sure if you can in Fusion.


It looks like you can, I have found them on my Mac. Not tried editing one yet, though.

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29 Mar 2016 08:11 #72299 by midyo
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To be honest I wouldn't know how to edit it, surely there's one out there. I can't be the only one wanting to use this combination.

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29 Mar 2016 10:22 #72305 by andypugh
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There is one here:http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/post-processors/turning-post-for-linuxcnc/td-p/6086399

But I will try to sort out an "official" one with Autodesk

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16 Jun 2016 06:23 #76133 by JR1050
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You can edit the post in the post window, pick configuration and it will open the .cps file in their editor. You can save it back to the cloud or in a seperate folder on your computer.

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16 Jun 2016 09:52 #76142 by cncbasher
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