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Check electric herald.
There is a fusion 360 luthiers group on facebook.
I changed 3 things. I killed the full depth passes. I turned on smoothing which shrank the overall program by like 1000 steps. And, interestingly,...
I'll give that a try. I can't imagine an EMI issue hosing me in the same way every time. Is that a thing?
I'll double check the bit.
I'll do a...
So, after some fun that behaved somewhat differently but still kept the bit down at the first cavity. The gcode simulation shows the bit coming up...
Giving that a go. I had to install it differently as I didn't get the cloud option.
Thanks for your help.
So I'm trying to mill cavities in a guitar body to lower the weight. I have a simple fusion 360 design and output the tool paths to the grbl...
Love this software. bCNC seems more fully featured but this is much easier to use.
That trial version only lets you try their projects. So $350 to give it a go.
Ah! Well, time to order then.
Will do. The instructions look like they are there. None of the pictures or the parts list seem to indicate it, tho.
I'm guessing that's a "no", then.
Are the plugs for all the connectors supplied in the box with this thing?
Yeah, check out youtube and search for xbox 360 controller and bcnc.
I think you can interface one of the game pad style controllers to some of the control software. Like bCNC, I think.
That's why I went with the gradus m1 pro. I could replace the drivers if I fried them. They fried pretty easily but were easy to replace.
I screwed up the wiring on my Gradus m1 pro and wired both y motors the same way instead of flipping one. The two motors fought and the near motor...
Pick a side. Watch it intently and move the machine around. It is almost certainly slipping. Mark the pulley so you can see that it is moving...