Posted 3/25/2020 21:16 (#8139001 - in reply to #8137081) Subject: RE: Help with Trimble fmx A-B lines
It's a problem. FM's don't always shift or skip where they are supposed to be. I've never been able to figure out difinitively why.
My preference is the Headland pattern, this minimizes that issue and also makes Headlands easier overall to plant I feel.
I have learned that narrow fields with large Headlands that overlap can cause this problem.
Other times it will do it with an AB fo no good reason.
To minimize the problem, you could try making all AB's in a certain order then remember which direction you made the AB in. If it shifts or skips incorrectly, then you could try to manually skip it where you are sitting in relation to the AB as made. It's always left for left sitting on A looking towards B.
Conversely if you are sitting where the B was made, a skip or shift RIGHT makes the line move left. Just imagine that and adjust accordingly and that will sometimes but not ALWAYS work.
I suspect anither but the FMX'S are left with that they got too lazy to fix.