Coincidentally I kind of did the same and also shared my post 5 days ago:
I run both of them on the same model and they produce very similar results. The only differences I found were the following (when the tool-probing is deactivated):
- Before the the first operation starts:
; layer 1
G0 X10 Y10
M291 P"Insert Tool #1 (Dia:10 )" R"Tool Change - Paused" S3 X1 Y1 Z1
M291 P"28000 RPM (#5 ~26000--29000)" R"Spindle Speed" S3 X1 Y1 Z1
M5 ;Makes sure the spindle is off before the tool change
T1 ;Call Tool 1
M3 S28000 ;Start Spindle at 28000RPM
G54 ;Set the working coordinate system
Jacotheron homes the Z-aces first, not sure why. I think normally homing should not be part of a cnc-program. Further he added a tool-change position which can be defined in the fusion post parameters which makes a lot of sense. However I think it should be in absolute machine parameters i.e. something like G53 G0 X10 Y10. Further the max RPMs can be capped using a fusion post parameter which is also cool as well as the comments that are issued regarding the tool change. However I think adding M5 would not hurt as the spindle should be stopped before any tool-change. T1 is missing in my understanding as without calling it the tool-offsets are not set. This might be obsolete if you probe every during the tool change. However I prefer to measure all my tools in before starting machining using tool-offsets. And even when probing during the machining I think it would be more correct to set tool-offsets using M585. Finally I think the right WCS should be called as well.
- Before the second operation
; layer 2
; (2D Pocket1)
The call of M3 S17000 is obsolete as the spindle is already running at the right speed from the first operation. However typically it also does not hurt.
Mine is rounding feeds to full numbers as Jacotheron is rounding to one decimal (F333 vs F333.3). Irrelevant...
At the end of the program:
G0 X0 Y0
I don't understand why G28 Z and G0 X0 X0 should be called here. Adding a G0 X10 X10 (i.e. moving to the tool-change position) would make sense as the tool-change position typically moves the head to a safe place.
Looking at the post-code there are not too many differences as well. So merging the two posts together should not be to hard. I already have mine on github and would be open to do so...