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Post by goonies » Fri 02 Feb , 2007 17:03 pm

If I wanted to use a generic post processor for a Denford Triton CNC Mill, which out of this list would work?

fanuc3x-in.mcp
fanuc3x.mcp
fanucab-in.mcp
fanucab.mcp
fanucba.mcp
fanucbc.mcp
five-ab.mcp
lowpower.mcp
m-fan_in.mcp
m-fan_mm.mcp
parametric horizontal ab table unit.mcp
parametric horizontal ab trunnion inch.mcp
parametric horizontal b inch.mcp
solid horizontal ab trunnion.mcp
solid vertical ac trunnion.mcp
solid vertical as unit.mcp
solid vertical ba table unit.mcp


All of these posts are built into EdgeCAM you would think one of them wourd work, but which one?

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Post by Denford Admin » Fri 02 Feb , 2007 17:29 pm

Try one of the Fanuc ones first, eg the fanuc3x-in

That will be closest on g-codes, although if Edgecam tries to use canned cycles, then you may hit problems.

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Post by Triac whizz » Fri 02 Feb , 2007 18:40 pm

Have you tried contacting Edgecam?
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Post by goonies » Sun 04 Feb , 2007 21:01 pm

I have contacted edgeCAM and they give me the run around. I am a Project Lead the Way teacher and they keep referring me to PLTW instead. I will try the fanuc ones tomorrow at school. Thanks.

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