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    Default F360 - Tormach PCNC 1100 Post Issue on Drilling

    Under the drilling tab in F360 CAM - I'm setting my drill to peck at .020" with accumulated full retract at .25". However, the post to Tormach does not force the retract. Keeps on plugging away at .02" pecks though the part. Code below that posted.

    Using the 8/16/2017 post for Tormach

    Chip Breaking - partial retract

    %
    (Drill Test)
    (T72 D=0.3125 CR=0. TAPER=135deg - ZMIN=0. - drill)
    N10 G90 G54 G64 G50 G17 G40 G80 G94 G91.1 G49
    N20 G20 (Inch)
    N30 G30

    (Drill4)
    N50 G30
    N60 T72 G43 H72 M6
    (.3125 Screw Drill)
    N70 S1500 M3 M8
    N80 G54
    N90 G0 X0. Y0.
    N100 G0 Z1.35
    N120 G0 Z0.95
    N130 G98 G73 X0. Y0. Z0. R0.95 Q0.02 F8.
    N140 G80
    N150 G0 Z1.35
    N170 M5 M9

    N180 G30
    N190 M30
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    Default Re: F360 - Tormach PCNC 1100 Post Issue on Drilling

    This happened to me a while ago..... if memory serves me well I resolved it by turning on Dwell before retract and changing it to 0.1 seconds.

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    Default Re: F360 - Tormach PCNC 1100 Post Issue on Drilling

    Quote Originally Posted by GBru View Post
    This happened to me a while ago..... if memory serves me well I resolved it by turning on Dwell before retract and changing it to 0.1 seconds.

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    Sweet!!!! Looks like that fixed it. Thanks for the help.

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