Which post processer for MP CNC. By Fusion 360

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  • #37982
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    Robert
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    I already have Fusion 360 which I use but don’t know which post processer shall I use to generate G code for MP CNC, Otherwise for Marlin software to work. Can some one help me please?

    #38086
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    Ryan
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    #38091
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    Robert
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    Thank you for the help again. this is my first cut after I succeeded loading the processor to Fusion 360
    Not bad ha?

    #38093
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    Ryan
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    WOW! If that is your first cut….I can’t wait to see the next few.

    #38096
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    Robert
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    thanks. I just posted my second project I finished very late last night check it out I think it’s a killer ๐Ÿ™‚

    #38108
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    Robert
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    This one took 2 1/2 hr. to cut, and one hr. to stain and lacquer and assemble.
    Boy a lot of mess, ๐Ÿ™‚ and work. but Beautiful. used a 1/4 in. flat bit. and 3 inch thick poplar stock.

    #38110
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    Kevin Lopez
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    Someone’s liking their MPCNC now ๐Ÿ˜€ Nice work, someday I want to try some woodworking on mine

    #39066
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    Someoneโ€™s liking their MPCNC now ๐Ÿ˜€ Nice work, someday I want to try some woodworking on mine

    Yea, most of us started swimming in the kiddy pool, you’re all like “Screw it, I’m swimming the English Channel!”

    #39067
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    Johnny
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    Holy crap. That Harley sign looks amazing. As well as the key hanger. Can’t wait to get this thing built. Hope to make some serious assembly progress this weekend.

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