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    Rapid movement between boring commands

    I'm using the circular boring with the use on simular or same size holes options. When moving from one the the next it uses the cutting speed which is very slow. How can I use a faster jog speed to move between holes?

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    Re: Rapid movement between boring commands

    Are you using personal version of Fusion? Then there are no rapid movement commands in the resultant gcode.


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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy1849 View Post
    Are you using personal version of Fusion? Then there are no rapid movement commands in the resultant gcode.


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    It must be. It's the free version for hobbyist. Yet it will move fast to the first hole and between hole types.

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    Re: Rapid movement between boring commands

    The features being dropped from the free tier are:

    Probing, 3 + 2-axis milling (tool orientation), multi-axis milling, rapid moves, automatic tool changes
    Multi-sheets, smart templates, output options for drawings (print only).
    Download options from public share links
    Cloud rendering
    Export options including F3Z, DWG, DXF, IGES, SAT, and STEP
    Simulation and generative design
    Unlimited active and editable Fusion 360 documents (10 doc limit).
    Fusion 360 extensions


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