Been using fusion 360 for a while now but finally decided to use the CAM portion with my xcarve.
I’m making a custom Mechanical Keyboard case, and plan to use a jig for easy alignment/flipping for making multiple in the future.
I’d like to be able to zero my spindle to the jig (x, y, and z), rather than the stock. This means my z zero will be lower than the top of the stock.
So ideally, once my zero is set and I start the carve, it would first retract to the safe height then move to ramp in location.
But as you can see in the images below, when I imported the G-Code into Easel it’s moving directly from my XYZ zero, THROUGH the workpiece, to the starting location.
Is there a way to do this in fusion 360 / easel? Would I have to insert custom G-Code? or with the Xcarve am I forced to set my Z zero to top of the stock?
Thank you for the help!