Fusion 360 Additive post pro to smoothieboard

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Moi Toi

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May 1, 2020, 10:01:46 AM5/1/20
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Hi


I see there is now a 3D print slicer inside fusion 360 manufacture modul.

I have try using this option but the only post processor proposed is standard mill/laser for smoothie, did you know how to use fusion for additive with smoothie ?

I'm able to tweak original post pro if needed but i hope something is already done for this, or if someone can share some gcode exemple used for smoothie additive ?

Br


Ps : maybe the best option is using another software and export only stl from fusion, but ???

Arthur Wolf

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May 1, 2020, 2:50:50 PM5/1/20
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The normal way to do this is definitely to export a STL from Fusion, and then generate Gcode with that and Slic3r.
3D printing support in Fusion is extremely recent, it's pretty much beta, it's not actually meant to be used. I expect as times goes on, they will add post-processors for 3D printing, including one for Smoothie, but that is very likely to take a lot of time.
If you are good at Javascript, you can try reading the provided ( non-smoothie ) 3D printing post-processor in fusion, and adapt that to the Smoothie post-processor, but it's likely to be a lot of work.
What kind of Gcode is produced by the 3D printing post-processors Fusion *currently* has?

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Arthur Wolf

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May 1, 2020, 3:35:34 PM5/1/20
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This looks like you could use this Gcode as-is on a smoothie-powered 3D printer. I recommend you just try it, and see if you run into trouble.
If you are new to 3D printing, *definitely* don't complicate your life more than you need to, and start with Slic3r before trying something so experimental as fusion's 3D printing.

On Fri, May 1, 2020 at 9:32 PM Moi Toi <golf...@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks for reply

I'm newbee regarding to printer stuff and i use and like fusion 360 for milling so these seems to be normal for me to check additive function from fusion.

I have check the post pro FFF generic for additive

Attached the resulting file 
And one file from the smoopi sample folder it is 100% ok for reference ? (i see nothing about setting temperature at start, this is something fulle managed by smoopi host ?)

I see with the post pro the fan settings is not active for now the result is allways M107.
I see need to adapt startup and finish gcode, but for the rest....


Thanks, for suggestion i will also check for Slic3r !

Br



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Golfo

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May 1, 2020, 3:47:44 PM5/1/20
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wolfmanjm

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May 1, 2020, 7:43:26 PM5/1/20
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No it is not ok to share the files in the gcode directory, please delete that directory as it was left there by accident. the files in there are personal.

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Golfo

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May 1, 2020, 10:55:47 PM5/1/20
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Moi Toi

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May 1, 2020, 11:04:38 PM5/1/20
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I have removed the whole message i hope this is enough i can't do more unfortunatly.
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