While using equidistant offset to 3-d profile parts G-code is inserted during the post (HAASTM.mlpst) that causes the z-axis to occaisionally plunge (as if a spot drill was called for) in random areas which produces random "pock" marks about 0.050 to 0.10" deep. I cannot see these Z motions on the toolpaths but last night I loaded a program into graphics mode on the HAAS TM1 and saw multiple "X's" which represent drill holes in the similator. Obviously these were not supposed to be present as the part has no holes drawn in it. This does not happen if I use z-level rough/finish, just with equisistant offset machining.
Has anyone else had this happen? I did not report the problem to Bcad tech yet in case it is fixed in the greatly anticipated patch.