I have had a bit of a frustrating time with fusion 360 creating g-code paths that drop out after about 5-10 seconds. What I have worked out is that the ‘milling direction’ settings need to be different depending whether I am cutting curves or straight lines.
If it is straight lines the direction needs to be set to right (conventional milling) and if it is curves it needs to be set to left left (climb milling) otherwise it drops out after a short period. If I do as described above they all cut fine. The problem therefore comes when I need to cut shapes with curves as well as straight lines (i know, how dare I) Oddly, changing the settings for curves doesn’t actually change the direction of cut…but it does for straight lines.
I am using the Maslow Post Processor and have also used the GRBL settings but get similar results with both.
Any help much appreciated.