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new version of Robodk not letting python script run fully
#1
Hello, 

Some time ago I posted about how a python script that generates a projected curve along with a curve follow project doesn't work with an updated version of RoboDK (works for 5.2.2).

I'm not sure if it has to do with the API changing or something in the script needing to be changed.. I have attached the python script that I normally run. 

I can continue using the older version, but was wondering if this had been resolved yet.


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.py   RoboDK_Test_Script.py (Size: 4.35 KB / Downloads: 13)
#2
Hi!

This works fine on my RoboDK 5.4.1.

What errors do you have?

When installing the new version of RoboDK, did you check the Python option?
If not, go to C:\RoboDK\ and call Python-robodk-Install.bat

If the issue persist, go to C:\RoboDK\Python and delete any __pycache__ folder in any subfolders.
Find useful information about RoboDK and its features by visiting our Online Documentation and by watching tutorials on our YouTube Channel.
#3
I did both of these suggestions and neither seemed to helped.. The python script only creates the curve, but does not project the curve or create a curve follow project. The python script also continues to run and doesn't stop until I manually stop it in the settings in RoboDK.
#4
I have found the issue.

Please replace AddMillingProject with AddMachiningProject.
A fix will be provided for AddMillingProject, but it is obsolete anyway.
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#5
ah that worked! thank you!
  




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