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Thanks Craig, I will give that a try again. I previously installed and posted about it not running but I think I may have been on the temp folder not documents. I will let you know the results and send any pics I have.
How'd you get that to run in Fusion? I installed it to the ULP folder and when I run it I get a blank pop up window. Using the latest version of Fusion on Win10."
I downloaded a fresh copy of the zipped pcb-gcode file direct from Autosoft and installed the entire (un-zipped) contents in the Documents/Fusion360/ulps file.
When running Fusion Electronics Design go to the 'Automate' tab, select the orange "RunULP' icon. Select the local directory (Documents) rather than the Temp folder to which
the cloud based ULPs are loaded to, by the drop down selection. Select pcb-gcode-setup and run.
How'd you get that to run in Fusion? I installed it to the ULP folder and when I run it I get a blank pop up window. Using the latest version of Fusion on Win10.
On Wed, Jul 29, 2020, 6:29 PM John Johnson <john@...
What does the screen look like when the etch files are being created? Do you still see the progressive outlines around the tracks?
I have used PCB-Gcode extensively with EAGLE over a number of years but have recently decided to migrate to Fusion 360.
The electronics/PCB package is very closely related to EAGLE and I have found that it is as easy to use after adjusting to the new interface.
With Fusion all your projects are stored on the cloud, whereas with EAGLE they are stored on your local hard-drive. While there are a number
of ulp's on the cloud pcb-gcode is not among them. It is intended (by Autodesk) that such a ulp will be stored locally.
I have loaded the pcb-gcode ulp to the Doucuments/Fusion360/ulps (on my local PC) file which is provided for use. I have been
able to run the ulp and it generates the required files but the top.etch and bot.etch files are empty despite the .drill and .mill files
being complete with comments, line numbers and compliant Gcode.
Can anyone suggest a reason that good .dill and .mill files are produced but not .etch files?