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    riotate
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    I’m pretty baffled by this and looking for help. I’ve imported the dxf for the back panel of the MP3DP into Fusion 360 and created a pocket and contour operation. After a few lines of the contour operation, the operation “completes” and I get a G2/G3 out of machine limits error. I’ve attached a photo of the exact point the program stops and the GCode file I’m using. My machine limits are 0,0,-50 and 500,500,100, so I’m not sure where the conflict is.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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    1. 1001.gcode
    #109318

    Tim
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    Marlin? Grbl?

     

    I would try to disable soft limits first by typing M211 S0 in the MDI. That’s a zero not a letter “o”

    Do you have the exact line it stops on? I think it’s something to do with the Z limits you have set up but I can’t articulate why.

     

    Edit: wait where is your origin set? Because on the first operation your Z never goes below 0 (like you have it set on the spoilboard) but on the second (the contour) it immediately goes below 0 (like you have it on the top surface of the part)

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    #109417

    riotate
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    Ah, good news! I checked the GCode over again and noticed it goes into X-1 and Y-1, which I hadn’t accounted for. Cue the program ending when it hits the 0 limit. Adjusting my axis minima to -50 allowed it to continue perfectly.

    #109883

    thomas downing
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    i keep getting this error don’t understand in fusion 360????

    Information: Configuration: Marlin V1
    Information: Vendor: Autodesk, Inc.
    Information: Posting intermediate data to ‘D:\cnc files\1000.gcode’
    Information: Total number of warnings: 3
    Error: Failed to post process. See below for details.

    Code page changed to ‘1252 (ANSI – Latin I)’
    Start time: Saturday, August 17, 2019 4:18:49 AM
    Warning: function getProgramNameAsInt does not always return a value
    Warning: function getProgramNameAsInt does not always return a value
    Warning: function getProgramNameAsString does not always return a value
    Code page changed to ‘20127 (US-ASCII)’
    Post processor engine: 4.3.0 45232
    Configuration path: C:\Users\jarvis\AppData\Local\Autodesk\webdeploy\production\29d917aadab20ae2ca6a30ec8ee692af3b999faa\Applications\CAM360\Data\Posts\grbl.cps
    Include paths: C:\Users\jarvis\AppData\Local\Autodesk\webdeploy\production\29d917aadab20ae2ca6a30ec8ee692af3b999faa\Applications\CAM360\Data\Posts
    Configuration modification date: Saturday, August 17, 2019 1:38:28 AM
    Output path: D:\cnc files\1000.gcode
    Checksum of intermediate NC data: 596610a3e4d367b96ddf8ad2b536ab19
    Checksum of configuration: c734a66df7dd611a5348d984ac81b8f1
    Vendor url: http://www.autodesk.com
    Legal: Copyright (C) 2012-2013 by Autodesk, Inc.
    Generated by: Fusion 360 CAM 2.0.6231

    ###############################################################################
    Error: Tool orientation is not supported.
    Error at line: 331
    Error in operation: ‘Face2’
    Failed while processing onSection() for record 299.
    ###############################################################################

    Error: Failed to invoke function ‘onSection’.
    Error: Failed to invoke ‘onSection’ in the post configuration.
    Error: Failed to execute configuration.
    Stop time: Saturday, August 17, 2019 4:18:49 AM
    Post processing failed.

    #110046

    Tim
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    i keep getting this error don’t understand in fusion 360????

    Information: Configuration: Marlin V1

    Information: Vendor: Autodesk, Inc.

    Information: Posting intermediate data to ‘D:\cnc files\1000.gcode’

    Information: Total number of warnings: 3

    Error: Failed to post process. See below for details.

    Code page changed to ‘1252 (ANSI – Latin I)’

    Start time: Saturday, August 17, 2019 4:18:49 AM

    Warning: function getProgramNameAsInt does not always return a value

    Warning: function getProgramNameAsInt does not always return a value

    Warning: function getProgramNameAsString does not always return a value

    Code page changed to ‘20127 (US-ASCII)’

    Post processor engine: 4.3.0 45232

    Configuration path: C:\Users\jarvis\AppData\Local\Autodesk\webdeploy\production\29d917aadab20ae2ca6a30ec8ee692af3b999faa\Applications\CAM360\Data\Posts\grbl.cps

    Include paths: C:\Users\jarvis\AppData\Local\Autodesk\webdeploy\production\29d917aadab20ae2ca6a30ec8ee692af3b999faa\Applications\CAM360\Data\Posts

    Configuration modification date: Saturday, August 17, 2019 1:38:28 AM

    Output path: D:\cnc files\1000.gcode

    Checksum of intermediate NC data: 596610a3e4d367b96ddf8ad2b536ab19

    Checksum of configuration: c734a66df7dd611a5348d984ac81b8f1

    Vendor url: http://www.autodesk.com

    Legal: Copyright (C) 2012-2013 by Autodesk, Inc.

    Generated by: Fusion 360 CAM 2.0.6231

    ###############################################################################

    Error: Tool orientation is not supported.

    Error at line: 331

    Error in operation: ‘Face2’

    Failed while processing onSection() for record 299.

    ###############################################################################

    Error: Failed to invoke function ‘onSection’.

    Error: Failed to invoke ‘onSection’ in the post configuration.

    Error: Failed to execute configuration.

    Stop time: Saturday, August 17, 2019 4:18:49 AM

    Post processing failed.

    Do you have “Tool Orientation” checked inside operation “Face2”? Tool orientation is intended for multi-axis machining and our posts don’t support that AFAIK.

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