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Biesse/Microvellum code error1/27
We have a Biesse/Microvellum setup and there has been a problem that has surfaced recently. The router cuts the outside profile and then right before it leads out it dips into the part. Sometimes we can work around it but many times I have to re-cut manually. Anyone had this issue in this configuration? Your help is much appreciated.
Look @ the post right as you get to G40 turning off correction and see what the last lines of code are doing.
High light the program and hit "Edit" should be able to draw and watch the last step even if sent via Microvellum.
Have you upgraded software lately ? or have you copied the program you are using currently, over and over ?
I have the updates. I have copied the machining lines over and over but the error happens on parts that have no machining.
We had kind of the same problem when checking the post with the machine during integration. We ran it several times to get the post just right. I do not have Microvellum, but our post from the software had to be integrated with the NC 1000 integral Biesse post.
Find an old program that is not doing this and analyze the last three or four lines ? Are you squaring off you nest ? Did you just recently stop this ?
Ill find an old part and compare.
I dont square the nest, never had to.
Havent stopped it yet.
Is this a nested part because it looks like a lead in or out from an adjacent part?
It is a nested part and it does seem to be related to the lead out but It only becomes noticeable after microvellum converts the machining.
Have you changed bit size or Space between panels? Go to tool file under nesting tab and read over the values. I will look on mine and see if anything pops out. What machine is it? V6.7 or v7
you are going o have to look @ the last lines of code of a good posted nest and the bad. This will give you the insight you need
This is my nest settings
The part spacing is good, my settings are much the same Im trying to examine the code but taking me some time. Im not familiar with this method
Is your CNC setup within MV writing to Biesseworks, or is it writing raw g-code? There MAY be a variable within the code telling the spindle to lead in to the material, or lead out of the material, as though the cut was a curve rather than a straight dado.
It is writing to biesseworks
Had to do a double take on that screen shot haven't seen that tab for a day or two, they have added and change it a bit. but what I see is what I use. Yep look at the code, the machine is only doing what it is told.
Open the editor on that program in Biesseworks and hit the draw symbol watch for the end of the tool path. If it is veering off at the end then you are having a mis-interpretation between microvellum and the Biesse post. ??
Your original post said that it is a recent devopement. You need to go back and figure out what happened between then and now.
You are also saying it does not happen with parts that are not machined. Yes that is what we understand. I see that you have stated that it happens with copying line after line. Ok. Does it happen with a fresh drawing. As new. Not a copied one. ??
is the file a .cix / .iso / .dat
I suspect as stated in previous posts the problem is lead in/out setting.MV may be sending through the post a helical lead in or out and with the data in your offset, leaving the tab.