I am running an M2 machine with Due controller and Makerverse 1.0.6.
I have created new G-Code in Fusion360 (a simple pocket) and I am getting G-Code Errors from the system in every program I post process. I have re-run an old program without any errors or issues, so the M2 controller and Software seem OK.
The cutting settings in Fusion are identical to previous programs, and I’m using the same post processor (the Maslow one).
This is happening since Fusion360 went to personal use, so I suspect that is the root cause, but I cannot see any issues with my code. Makerverse/M2Due is throwing back G-Code errors for all G2/G3 moves and with arcs disabled even simple linear moves are throwing errors.
The latest version of Fusion outputs a comment over 3-4lines about the restrictions for personal use that has to be deleted for the program to run at all, but I know how to disable that by editing the post-processor.
It feels like the individual moves might be too small for the controller to execute? but I don’t see why this is an issue now - unless fusion has changed something…
“Drawer_Front.nc” runs fine. “Pocket Test.nc” doesn’t and get lots of error code 24 errors thrown up for invalid G-Code (first one is Line 22 G1X20.488). If I post the Pocket program with arcs every single arc line of code throws out error 33