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CONTROL Blanks out while loading g-code

Discussion in 'OpenBuilds Bug Report' started by DHosslerLanp, Feb 16, 2020.

  1. DHosslerLanp

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    I am getting a blank screen after I try to load my roughing pass into CONTROL. I can load the finishing pass just fine and other files load without a problem. I tried resizing the image just to see if it was just a bug but no luck. I have attached a screenshot as well as the g-code for the file. Any help would be greatly appreciated
     

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  2. David the swarfer

    David the swarfer OpenBuilds Team
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    2.6 million lines in that file, not what one would expect from roughing (-:

    are you using fusion ? or at least something with an option to apply 'smoothing' to reduce the number of points?

    else do your roughing with a bigger tool which will result in less lines of code and less time and as a side effect, something that the 3D viewer can handle.

    your stepover is about 0.6mm. or about 15% of the bit diameter
    for roughing that should be more like 60 to 85%

    rough with a flat end tool, they can cut faster, then do the final pass with the ball end.
     
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  3. Peter Van Der Walt

    Peter Van Der Walt OpenBuilds Team
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    As David said, that file is insanely large, and therefore crashing the 3D viewer.

    Sidenote, you can completely disable the 3D viewer (from Troubleshooting > Application Diagnostics) if you can live without it - but even then with a file that big it may still have other issues like running out of memory, etc. Best to fix the root cause first
     

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