Yesterday I milled a test part and the result was good.
One strange thing was: I left the milling direction unchecked so it generated a “climb” cut. But with the last cycle - while milling the tabs - it changed to “conventional”. Any Idea why or how I can prevent it from doing this?
Since I’m working with the MaslowCNC (mainly for sheet wood stuff) it makes quite a difference between “climb” and “conventional” as you can see in the picture.
are you using version 3.1 or 3.2?
I think it was V3.1…
But it seems to change the direction anyway.
I’m fixing this right now in 3.2 for tonight’s release …
this fix is now in production in version 3.2
Wow, that was quick.
It seems that I’ve got the actual version. But the behaviour did not change.
do you mind right click exporting your workspace and sending it to me?
depth first under
output fixes this. now I can fix this for layer-first cutting.
OK, it worked after checking this
and i’ve got a fix for level-first milling for tonight. thanks for the bug report and follow-up
Perfect, thank you very much.
I can hardly wait for next week, when I have to mill parts. Especially the “Dogbone” option is on my watchlist. I have been looking for such a function for years.
No Dogbone yet. But climb cutting all the way down. Thanks @stewart
The crappy edge in the left front is not from Kiri:Moto.