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    Good afternoon All,

    What would cause an error code E12014 Arc-Arc connection error? I generated the cut path with AC Cam Easy from a DXF file like i do with all our other parts of the same profile.

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    Hi,
    Is it a 2x program or 4x?

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    It's a 4 pass program.

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    Try taking the error literally, the end point of one arc in your geometry does not touch the start point of the next arc. On most machines they need to be identical within 10 millionths.

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    Rich,
    if you have two arcs connecting to each other(one are leading directly to another arc, like a "w" type shape), when you apply offset to it the arcs pull away and not longer connect. To solve this, you can add one more radius in the opposite directing where the two arcs connect.

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    Hey guys I am very new to all of this. And I am so sorry for bothering all of you but how do I post a thread on the website to get possible answers from people about my lathe

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    Click forum at the top of the page, go to the forum that best suits want you need ( CNC, General , Items for saleetc) and have at it.


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