Sweep Back problem

#1
Hello Jerome, Congratulations for Jedicut new version.

I am testing the 2.2 version and noticed the following:
With the 2.19 version I could cut a trapezoidal wing with the following measures: 175 mm X1, 115 X2 and 63 mm sweep back. My Cycle cut was created so that the wire cutting moves horizontally 10 mm into the foam, and starts cutting the top of the profile, then return the cutting profile of the low side and 10 mm horizontally out of foam. (View teste.jdc file).

With version 2.2, the wire-cutting X2 back 63 mm, before entering 10 mm in the foam, why? I do not understand why the version 2:19 this is not happening, happening only with version 2.2.
In the Wizard I write 63 mm sweep back and not give certain. I wrote -63 mm and also failed. I wrote ( 0 )mm and also failed. The wire cutting back still 63 mm. Whit trapezoidal Wings.

Edson
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Re: Sweep Back problem

#4
Thanks for all.

I think Jedicut was designed for a standard cuting, then the way I am trying to cut foam is the Cenecé, GMFC, cuting type. The wire starts cutting the top of the profile, then return the low side and out of foam.

What I'm thinking different is that the same cut file can be cut in the previous version , but the current version is not going well.

Edson

Re: Sweep Back problem

#6
Jerome Wrote:
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> Jedicut can cut all shape you want, with any cycle
> of cutting. Is ther anything that doesn't work in
> the new Jedicut version ?

Jerome, I am sorry if I could not express myself correctly. My English is not ok.
The Jedicut is the best program that I am using to cut wings and other shapes. I always have used the Jedicut and so far I have cut several types of shapes, no problem.
Currently I am testing the new version trying to cut the same wing cut file type that were cut with the previous versions( X1 175 mm, X2 115 mm and sweepback 60mm. The wing spam is 750mm).

1- With 60 mm sweepback wizard, when the cut is started the X2 side, back 60 mm before cutting.
2- With 00 mm sweepback wizard, the X2 side moves 60 mm forward before cutting.
3-The Cut Preview is different when wizard is on and off.

All that I am trying to describe (but my English is bad), are tests that I did with my machine. I alwais cut using this method http://www.aeropassion.net/cncalternati ... ec-JEDICUT

[IMG]http://img197.imageshack.us/img197/4368/wizardon.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://img197.imageshack.us/img197/491/wizardoff.jpg[/IMG]

Re: Sweep Back problem

#7
Hi !

[quote=Edson]
1- With 60 mm sweepback wizard, when the cut is started the X2 side, back 60 mm before cutting.
2- With 00 mm sweepback wizard, the X2 side moves 60 mm forward before cutting.
[/quote]

The second point isn't normal. I have to do some research.

[quote=Edson]
3-The Cut Preview is different when wizard is on and off.
[/quote]

This is correct.
Jerome

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