I’m trying to get my first Autodesk Inventor Professional 2016 part cut out on my new Carvey. After a substantial bit of fiddling, mainly with setting the origin (WCS) and stock dimensions, I was finally able to get a G-code import into Easel. The import was for a single tool path that drilled 4 holes.
As soon as I add any of the other 2D Milling operations I try end up with Easel rejecting the import due to invalid G-code. I am using the Inventables configuration file from http://cam.autodesk.com/posts/ for my Post Configuration G-code generation.
The Easel error is:
Line 37: G18 G2 X29.97 Z0 I0.015
The file contains invalid G-code syntax.
The G-code is:
% (1001) (T1 D=0.15 CR=0 TAPER=118deg - ZMIN=-3 - drill) G90 G94 G17 G21 (Drill1) M9 T1 M6 S10000 M3 G54 M9 G0 X35.333 Y142 Z15 Z5 G1 Z-3 F15 G0 Z5 Y58 G1 Z-3 F15 G0 Z5 X184.667 G1 Z-3 F15 G0 Z5 Y142 G1 Z-3 F15 G0 Z5 Z15 (2D Contour5) M9 X29.955 Y99.985 Z15 Z5 G1 Z1 F0 Z0.015 G18 G2 X29.97 Z0 I0.015 G1 X29.985 G17 G3 X30 Y100 J0.015 G1 Y145 F1 X40.422 Y156.58 X52.5 Y170 X167.5 X190 Y145 Y55 X167.5 Y30 X52.5 X30 Y55 Y100 G3 X29.985 Y100.015 I-0.015 F0 G1 X29.97 G18 G3 X29.955 Z0.015 K0.015 G0 Z15 G17 M9 M30 %