Yeah, I'm going back to R27 from here out until my customers go to
I have seen the same issues you mention.
Another bug in R28 is regarding drill patterns...I use them a lot.
The patterns will update if the model updates....but the MO's
linked to those patterns do NOT update! Have to recreate the
I have seen the concentric issue....a pain in the ass....so I just
create a mirrored model for opposite hand parts.
I don't use check bodies with MAFC...I don't think I ever have, so
I have not seen this.
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From: Dave Frank [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2020 12:44 PM
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Subject: [mfgforum] - RE: R28 corruption issues
I have heard from people that upgraded that good programs in
2017... computed differently, and need to revalidate and make
repairs. 2017 works, a
the only issues I have with 2017 are
1. bodies used as check in MAFC must be visible of get a nasty
2. COTT when using the new center graph button on analyze geo
(click OK to terminate)
3. Concentric is different when switching from climb to
I can live with that.
Is the any must have items in 2018? 2019? I don't know
PS, regarding your issues..... YIKES!
Dave Frank * Dasco Engineering.
NC Programming Lead
COE Product Co-Chairman, Digital Numerical Control
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