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    Default No Multiple Z levels in "Along Curve"

    Does anyone have a fix for the "along curves" multiple Z levels problem. I am experiencing this on the latest Madcam Release on Win 10
    I really need this to work.....

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    Default Re: No Multiple Z levels in "Along Curve"

    Yes, we need this too. I've sent an e-mail to Joakim a couple of weeks ago, so hopefully there will be a fix soon.

    Dan

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    Default Re: No Multiple Z levels in "Along Curve"

    Thanks for letting me know I'm not alone in this.



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    Default Re: No Multiple Z levels in "Along Curve"

    Unfortunately not fixed in the Sept 12th release.

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    Default Re: No Multiple Z levels in "Along Curve"

    I have found a work-around if your engraving is 2D.

    Create a path and it will fall on the curves. Use the gumball and move it down your depth of cut. Create a path again, and use the gumball to move it down to the 2nd depth of cut. And so on...

    When you post, they will post in the order created so it will replicate the behaviour that is missing.

    Dan

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