Errors from post processor or LinuxCNC?

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18 Dec 2020 19:44 #192370 by Alltrades
Good day, this is my first message on this forum that has been a great source of information for my DIY CNC router built. I have been using it successfully for the past few years (LinuxCNC & Fusion 360) however, since a few months, I have problems when I try to open a new ngc file generated from the Fusion 360 post processor for LinuxCNC (set with default values). When I try to open a file, I get an error message from Linux related to radiuses not closing properly. I attached a screen shot of the error message and a copy of the small file.

Anybody having a similar error message?

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18 Dec 2020 22:08 #192397 by MaHa
I tried your code in a metric and imperial simulation. Both of them running without error, a wrench.

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18 Dec 2020 22:20 #192400 by tommylight
Also check the tool table, if the default tool or the tool chosen for the job is to wide, it throws a similar error.
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18 Dec 2020 22:48 #192402 by Alltrades
To your knowledge, what could be the problem to cause this error message on my computer?

Yes, a wrench for my Chinese spindle.

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18 Dec 2020 22:52 #192403 by Alltrades
I will check in the tool table if this could be my problem and will confirm if it is the cause. Thanks

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18 Dec 2020 23:49 - 19 Dec 2020 20:43 #192411 by MaHa
Have a look at tooltable, if there are entrys for x or else. Normally should be there only Pocket Z and diameter for a mill.Careful If using Hn, it should correspond to tool in spindle. example H44, cutter is corresponding to Tool 44 Data, even T1 is in spindle. As in your code no G41/G42 applied, tooldiameter in tooltable has no influence.

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Best solution, delete T1 and enter only required data.
I can confirm if you do 'G10 L1 P1 X-2.9383' , it get exactly the values in the error message. X should be 0
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19 Dec 2020 20:56 #192477 by Alltrades
Thank you. I made some cleanup in my tool table, reloaded it and it now works as it used to.
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19 Dec 2020 21:47 #192481 by tommylight
Nice.
Thanks for reporting back.

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