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New Postprocessor has different X and Y moves between Fanuc and Heidenhain posts with postbuilder

New Postprocessor has different X and Y moves between Fanuc and Heidenhain posts with postbuilder

New Postprocessor has different X and Y moves between Fanuc and Heidenhain posts with postbuilder

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Hi All,

I have a question on creating new 5 axis table-table posts in postbuilder.
If I create a new 5-axis table-table post with library Fanuc control and another with the library Heidenhain control and set up machine XYZAC the same in both I get different X and Y moves but the same A and C moves. Does anyone know why this is? The heidenhain control outputs the same XYZ data that is in the CLSF output but the Fanuc post does not. The machine Kinematics have been set identically.

Thanks,
Rick D.

Win7 64 bit w/NX10.0.3.5 MP19 and NX11.0.2 MP3
Vericut 8.0

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