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    Fusion 360 only cutting 1 toolpath

    I complete a simple project with 2 cutting operation, but only the second operation gets executed by the machine. I have tried a couple of small programs with multiple toolpaths, but only the second one is executed. I'm using hobby version of 360 on a Onefinity machine. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Re: Fusion 360 only cutting 1 toolpath

    Are you using different tools in the tool paths? Are you selecting both tool paths when you post process?
    I have a Woodworker X50

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    Re: Fusion 360 only cutting 1 toolpath

    Are you actually posting both toolpaths? To post, right click on the Setup1 and select Post Process, that should post both operations.

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    Jim Dawson
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    Re: Fusion 360 only cutting 1 toolpath

    Ah, Thanks guys. I was selecting post from the top icon, but I will try the right click method. Thanks

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    Re: Fusion 360 only cutting 1 toolpath

    That was it. Thanks again.

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