Well I guess I am still misunderstanding the process. I did follow the instructions which loaded the cps file and it shows up in the Manufacture / Actions / Post Process Dialog box (see attached screenshot I). The issue I am trying to resolve is not Post Processor selection…its the MACHINE selection. In the latest release of Fusion 360 (Personal-Not for Commerical Use) version 2.0.9642 / macOS 10.16.0. Under Manufacture, the first category is Milling and I select Setup, then I select New Setup from the drop down and the very first question is Machine - this is where I do not find Onefinity listed. Are you saying that by loading the infinity_fusion360.cps file that it should populate both the Machine and the Post Processor? If that’s the case something is not loading correctly for me. But if everyone is selecting say, Autodesk Generic 3-axis as the machine then OK, that would answer my question. But if Onefinity is suppose to be listed as a MACHINE then I’m still lost.
Again, I’m just trying to figure out the correct Machine selection, not the post processor. Sorry to drag this out but I’m completely new to this. This reminds me of the days when we use to select HP Laser Jet 5 as the print driver even if we had a different brand laser printer… is this the same kind of thing, should I select a generic 3-axis machine?
Screenshot I shows fusion360.cps loaded
Screenshot II shows what is available for MACHINE selection. Note nothing loaded in Local and Onefinity is not listed in Fusion360 Library.
I must be missing something very basic here.
Any help is greatly appreciated.