I am looking for advice from those who are familiar with masterwood. I recently started using our masterwood project 416K with RhinoCam 2.0 and I am fine with flat stock parts and such, but I am looking at doing some 3D surfacing which is also all good other than the run times. I have researched and know that the slow times are partially because of RhinoCam. Reason being is that our current versions uses linear segments to represent z-axis arcs. This can be fixed by upgrading but this leads me into my problem. I have noticed that the machine does not know G18 or G19. Does anyone know how masterwood handles these or if it is possible to create an actual z-axis arc on a masterwood?
Unfortunately i can not help u , but i think you can help me.
can you make a copy of your mw310 directory and mail it to me???
please, i have been trying for two weeks to get masterwood in italy
to help me but they seem to be to busy. the pc from the machine was
stolen over the holiday and i replaced it but now i am stuggling with getting the software correct.
PS which version of mw310 are you running on the machine