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    Default surfcam port machining

    has anyone had success in getting 4 axis multi cut to port machine well?, what I mean is without a ton of crap moves inside the port. i have cleaned it up a bit but it seems like I'm never going to get a clean path. any help would be great, i am not a slouch on this software but maybe I'm missing something. thanks for any help.

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    Default Re: surfcam port machining

    Quote Originally Posted by camaru View Post
    has anyone had success in getting 4 axis multi cut to port machine well?, what I mean is without a ton of crap moves inside the port. i have cleaned it up a bit but it seems like I'm never going to get a clean path. any help would be great, i am not a slouch on this software but maybe I'm missing something. thanks for any help.
    just so people know this does work ok, I had to spend hours to adjust things but I got good path, no need for the port option,



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    Default Re: surfcam port machining

    Did you divide or re-flow the surface UV to direct the paths?

    Been doing this too long


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    Default Re: surfcam port machining

    Quote Originally Posted by bostosh View Post
    Did you divide or re-flow the surface UV to direct the paths?
    No although that would effect the path but I took the time to make adjustments to every thing it took a few days between it and everything else and its on 4 axis so I have to assume on 5 axis it would be even nicer path.
    thanks



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