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08 Nov 2019 03:49 #149902 by mikegg
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Has anyone been successful incorporating probing into Fusion 360? I keep getting an error related to spindle speed being out of range.

Related post here:
knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-36...M-or-Fusion-360.html

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08 Nov 2019 14:30 #149918 by Leon82
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There is probably a line in the post which generates an alarm if no speed it selected. You would have to open it and see

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08 Nov 2019 16:04 #149925 by mikegg
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Hey thanks for that! I was able to find the error call in the LinuxCNC.cps file. I just changed it to a warning and that seemed to get past that issue.

But now it's complaining that:
"Error: The probe cycle 'probing-xy-circular-boss' is machine specific and must always be handled in the post configuration."

So I guess the post processor needs to be modified to correctly handle probing functions. That's probably over my head, and G38.2 isn't all that difficult from the command line.

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08 Nov 2019 18:22 #149934 by Leon82
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I did my mastercam post at work to output the renishaw probe routines using the drill cycles.

It may be possible in fusion 360.

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31 May 2022 19:18 #244306 by JackRay
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Hello everyone,

I also have the same mistake when I do probing with my machine. Indeed the problem comes from the post processor.

-Does anyone have any information about the evolution of this post processor?
-Is there a Linuxcnc post processor only for probing?

Thank you very much for your help

 

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02 Jun 2022 10:10 #244437 by andypugh
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The postprocessors are reasonably legible (Javascript) and easy to change. (in that Fusion makes it fairly easy to get to them and edit. Unlike the thread tables...)

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