I have a working kinematic model that will work fine as long as you do not immediately rotate to the opposing side. If I start machining on B0 and go to B180, the Z travels right through the part and continues machining without rotating the B axis. But if I go from B0 to B90 and then on to B180, it will rotate as intended. If I go from B90 to B270, it also will go straight through the part. My "MACH_ZERO" CSYS match each other, I can't think of anything I have done wrong on my end. Any ideas? Or is this just another thing that Creo offers but is broken?
Also, if I start on B180 as my first machining side, then with all following rotations, the tool will go through the part. I put together the following demonstrations.
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Thanks for the suggestion, and that probably is the correct answer. However, when we set that to cylinder, it does not code out correctly. As far as I know, this is a known issue at Austin NC the last I talked to them.