Hello, I have a model with horizontal and vertical planes, both with slight inclines (not perp to each other) that I have added a 12mm R fillet to join the two surfaces. My problem comes not from the drawing of the surface fillet, but from when I run RhinoCAM. In theory since I am running a horizontal finish step around the object, the bit should be running at the same z height for the full trip around. RhinoCAM is looking at my model and sees when it is cutting around the fillet, the z height changes enough that it cuts in segments, not in arcs, making my machine not run smooth so I need to cut feedrate in half. My guess is when I built the fillet, it is segmented, not truly round giving me the change in z height. I have tried rebuilding the surface fillet, using the surface fillet tool, and making my own fillet with a sweep2 rail. You can see in the picture the light blue lines are segmented line cuts, and the dark blue are arc cuts. (The blue lines show the path of the tip of the router bit, I did not put those in)
Any suggestions so I can change how I build this so I can achieve arcs instead of line segments?
14 in sink 002 bottom v2.3dm (777.2 KB)