I'm using Fusion 360 with the Denford post processor and a Denford Triac mill, using VR milling 5. I'm getting lots of faceting (i.e. curves made up of multiple straight lines) in my g-code. I've attached a small g-code excerpt at the bottom of this email. I can also see the results of this in the finished parts - https://photos.app.goo.gl/j5qyAMaZShm64RZLA.
I believe the Triac is a late 90s example but I've been told by Denford that the electronics were probably upgraded in the mid 2000s.
I think it's particularly prevalent (or maybe only with) the 3d adaptive operations in Fusion.
Does anyone have any suggestions how to solve this? Aside from the impact on the finished part, I think it also slows the mill down a lot. I'm assuming this is a post-processor issue.
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(ADAPTIVE1) N6 [TOOLDEF T0404 D10 N7 M5 N8 G90 M6 T0404 N9 M3 S1200 N10 M8 N11 G43 H4 N13 G0 X-0.001 Y0 N14 Z15.2 N15 Z5.2 N16 Z3.7 N17 G1 Z2.7 F200 N18 Z-1.8 F66.7 N19 X-0.069 Y0.032 F140 N20 X-0.099 Y0.01 N21 X-0.114 Y-0.025 N22 X-0.115 Y-0.062 N23 X-0.103 Y-0.098 N24 X-0.06 Y-0.159 N25 X0.008 Y-0.191 N26 X0.083 Y-0.192 N27 X0.152 Y-0.163 N28 X0.207 Y-0.112 N29 X0.242 Y-0.046 N30 X0.255 Y0.028 N31 X0.244 Y0.102 N32 X0.181 Y0.238 N33 X0.062 Y0.329 N34 X-0.084 Y0.363 N35 X-0.232 Y0.339