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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    Save your breath. There is a never ending supply of 'ya buts'. Some aren't hear to learn, they are here to argue.
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    G32 THREADING PYTHON CODE FEEDBACK

    First commenter here has a book you should check out... https://www.amazon.com/Programming-using-Fanuc-Custom-Macro-ebook/dp/B008MOFTWA
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    New Haas UMC 350 Models Coming Out Soon

    If these come in well under 100k, they won't be able to make em fast enough. Wonder how many units of that mill-turn thing they sold.
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    By your definition, there is no such thing as stand alone CAM software then. There isn't one company using only in house tech. Between ModuleWorks and MachineWorks licensed products, that probably covers any software you've ever heard of. I don't get what you are going on about now? You agree...
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    No third party app. ModuleWorks MachSim comes installed in built into every copy of Mastercam. It's what you use for generic machine simulation. I just figured you guys who are spouting off as CAD/CAM industry experts would know this. Apparently not?
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    Mastercam with the ModuleWorks MachSim. Post Developers can control MachSim through the post to exactly duplicate the gcode they create. This is not a generic post you would download for free, which is why most don't know about it. ModuleWorks charges a fee for this integration, and obviously...
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    :ROFLMAO:
  8. goooose

    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    On a generic post not tied to machsim, yes. You still don't get it and I can't be bothered to explain it again.
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    Nothing is 100%. Not Vericut, not NX, not Mastercam, not any of them...mainly because they are all run by humans. Again, gcode doesn't matter. Stop pretending its the only way. Gcode is still being translated by your software. If its not translated correctly, its no better than a pure graphic...
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    I can't help either without seeing a file and then running the code. Screen record the sim, screen grab the section of code.
  11. goooose

    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    You expect me to troubleshoot your crash off of just that sentence:nutter: How about you start with what machine/post/toolpath. Maybe upload a file.
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    I don't think you understand the effect of a linked post to MachSim in Mastercam. This is different than generic MachSim. If you are NOT using a linked post, yes, you could get some differences between sim and machine. If the post is driving MachSim, the information in the post that creates the...
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    How do YOU avoid collisions and crashes?

    And Vericut run on a computer does not contain the same hardware as a CNC control. It is still translating gcode into how it thinks the machine will move. This is the same thing Mastercam MachSim is doing. CL vs gcode, doesn't matter. The CL code is turned into gcode, the machine runs the gcode...
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    Fusion 360 RIPS OFF subscription customers by removing multiaxis tool paths

    You can do whatever you'd like. Sure, maybe they don't care about EDU. But, just like shops that used to pirate Mastercam...you'll be fine until you're not. Just know what you've agreed to before going down that road. If you are doing this, again, read through the terms of service specifically...
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    Fusion 360 RIPS OFF subscription customers by removing multiaxis tool paths

    As mentioned above, read your terms of service. Everyone using Fusion needs their own account. From an AD forum, quoting AD support 'Each person or "named user" should have their own Autodesk Account and only use their own account. It is not permissible for two people to share one account'...
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