PP 5 axes TCP Fusion

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10 Mar 2023 20:42 #266333 by JackRay
PP 5 axes TCP Fusion was created by JackRay
Hello everyone
I just installed a XYZBC CNC and I have a problem, I think, with the Fusion Post Processor between the simulation of my CAD/CAM and the reality of machining on the machine, as you can see on the two videos . 

I don't know how to solve the PB ...
does anyone have an idea .

Thanks for your help

drive.google.com/file/d/18AwfmqbwiTT7CzN.../view?usp=share_link
drive.google.com/file/d/18LofaJk8OwOP346.../view?usp=share_link

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11 Mar 2023 07:58 - 11 Mar 2023 08:05 #266381 by CNC_ANDI
Replied by CNC_ANDI on topic PP 5 axes TCP Fusion
looks like your b axis is inverted.

i´ve had the same problem with my b axis... at my machine the b axis turning direction was right, but in Fusion was inverted.... so you have to do a invert in the fusion PP

so check this
  if (true) { // note: setup your machine here
    var bAxis = createAxis({coordinate:1, table:true, axis:[0, -1, 0], cyclic:true, preference:0});
    machineConfiguration = new MachineConfiguration(bAxis);

you have to change this
axis:[0, 1, 0]
to
axis:[0, -1, 0]
Last edit: 11 Mar 2023 08:05 by CNC_ANDI.

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11 Mar 2023 08:23 #266385 by JackRay
Replied by JackRay on topic PP 5 axes TCP Fusion
Hello Thank you for your comments,
I have tried all possible configurations but it doesn't change anything.
Here is one of my configuration:

function onOpen() {
  if (properties.useRadius) {
    maximumCircularSweep = toRad(90); // avoid potential center calculation errors for CNC
  }

  if (true) { // note: setup your machine here
    var bAxis = createAxis({coordinate:1, table:true, axis:[0, -1, 0], cyclic:true, range:[-95, 95], offset:[0,0,0], preference:0});
    var cAxis = createAxis({coordinate:2, table:true, axis:[0, 0, 1], cyclic:true, range:[-720, 720], offset:[0,0,0], preference:0});
    machineConfiguration = new MachineConfiguration(bAxis, cAxis);

    setMachineConfiguration(machineConfiguration);
    optimizeMachineAngles2(0); // TCP mode
  }

1 or -1 on the B axis simply changes the direction of rotation but the problem remains the same
impossible to find the right solution

thank you

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