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    Quote Originally Posted by tay2daizzo8 View Post
    .500 dia endmill 61.897 OD 60.817 ID 28 de total segment

    also shifted the center of the arcs down in Y -30.2185

    Here are my numbers (For Okuma control):
    (AUG-16-2019)
    (TIME - 9:44 AM)
    ( T1 1/2 BULLNOSE .03R D0.5000 )
    IF[VTLCN EQ 1 ]N2
    IF[VTLCN NE 1 ]N1
    N1 T1 M6
    N2
    M279
    N100 (CONTOUR--)
    (COMPENSATION TYPE - WEAR COMP)
    /M08
    G15 H1
    G56 H1 X-7.709 Y.1161 Z2. S3056 M03
    (MAX - Z2.)
    (MIN - Z-.5)
    (Z STOCK TO LEAVE = 0.)
    (XY STOCK TO LEAVE = 0.)
    X-7.709 Y.1161 Z2. S3056 M03
    Z.25
    G94 G01 Z-.5 F150.
    G41 D1 X-7.6233 Y.0646 F36.67
    G03 X-7.5476 Y.0533 I.0515 J.0857
    G02 X7.5476 I7.5476 J-30.2718
    X7.7297 Y-.2498 I-.0605 J-.2426
    G01 X7.5991 Y-.7737
    G02 X7.296 Y-.9558 I-.2426 J.0604
    G03 X-7.296 I-7.296 J-29.2627
    G02 X-7.5991 Y-.7737 I-.0605 J.2425
    G01 X-7.7297 Y-.2498
    G02 X-7.5379 Y.0557 I.2429 J.0604
    G03 X-7.4764 Y.1012 I-.0242 J.097
    G01 G40 X-7.4248 Y.1869
    G00 Z2. M09
    X-10. Y20. Z20. S50
    G90
    M278
    VC1=VC1+1
    M30
    %

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    Here are my numbers (For Okuma control):
    (AUG-16-2019)
    (TIME - 9:44 AM)
    ( T1 1/2 BULLNOSE .03R D0.5000 )
    IF[VTLCN EQ 1 ]N2
    IF[VTLCN NE 1 ]N1
    N1 T1 M6
    N2
    M279
    N100 (CONTOUR--)
    (COMPENSATION TYPE - WEAR COMP)
    /M08
    G15 H1
    G56 H1 X-7.709 Y.1161 Z2. S3056 M03
    (MAX - Z2.)
    (MIN - Z-.5)
    (Z STOCK TO LEAVE = 0.)
    (XY STOCK TO LEAVE = 0.)
    X-7.709 Y.1161 Z2. S3056 M03
    Z.25
    G94 G01 Z-.5 F150.
    G41 D1 X-7.6233 Y.0646 F36.67
    G03 X-7.5476 Y.0533 I.0515 J.0857
    G02 X7.5476 I7.5476 J-30.2718
    X7.7297 Y-.2498 I-.0605 J-.2426
    G01 X7.5991 Y-.7737
    G02 X7.296 Y-.9558 I-.2426 J.0604
    G03 X-7.296 I-7.296 J-29.2627
    G02 X-7.5991 Y-.7737 I-.0605 J.2425
    G01 X-7.7297 Y-.2498
    G02 X-7.5379 Y.0557 I.2429 J.0604
    G03 X-7.4764 Y.1012 I-.0242 J.097
    G01 G40 X-7.4248 Y.1869
    G00 Z2. M09
    X-10. Y20. Z20. S50
    G90
    M278
    VC1=VC1+1
    M30
    %
    so you got the same J value i did..im more convinced now its just the CMM. my CMM only has 18" travel in the "y" axis and my part is 15" long on a 61" dia...i think its having a hard time computing

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    Quote Originally Posted by tay2daizzo8 View Post
    right now the material is aluminum to set up on, but will eventually be a duplex stainless. Im beggining to think its my CMM some how because even the holes on the bolt circle are off

    yes im making it out of solid plate
    I would suggest you make a "gage" out of a solid piece of material and ream some holes in it where the holes should be. Drop your finished part on it and see if the holes line up with gage pins. This will tell you if your part is moving all over the place.


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