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    Post Processor for Fusion 360, I built a DIY 3 axia router, built to mill aluminum, 40 mm anti backlash ball screws, 3 hp spindle, stout machine. My programing computer hard drive crashed, new hard drive and reloaded Fusion 360 took hours to find the post processor file I was using and has worked for a few years with no problems. Below is the post processor for fusion 360 that I use. In my case I zero the XYZ to the piece, I do not have a tool changer, when I create the g code in Fusion 360 I create the g code for each tool separately, run the program, manually change the tool and run the next program for the next tool. This has worked great for me.

    If your a DIY and need a post processor for fusion 360 this one works for Kflop/Kmotion, What I did was made a copy of one of the fusion 360 stock .cps files that are in fusion 360, open the KmotionCNC.pdf in notepad copy what is in the pdf over the stock .cps file and renamed it " KmotionCNC "

    My machine does machine aluminum very well and accurate, I have machined and cut out pieces upto 2" thick, however for a hobby it is a mess, need mist coolant chips everywhere. Now I only do wood, corian and plastic. Dust collector no chips flying around.





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    Hey thanks for posting!
    I was looking for something like this earlier this morning before you posted. I ended up using Mach3 post I think and then deleting alot of it. Took me along long time to figure this out. I had the worste time trying to get the Z to go negative from the top of the part. I was able to zero of the bottom of the part and got it to work. I need to figure out how to not do that.



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