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General Mach Discussion / Re: Baffled by G52 offset?
« on: May 13, 2011, 07:15:56 AM »
I got it sorted now.

cheers

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Baffled by G52 offset?
« on: May 13, 2011, 05:54:10 AM »
This the code..just something simple..

(Tool 100)
(Material Size) (X=2440.000, Y=1220.000, Z=19.000)
G90G80G21G49

(Tool Number:100) (6.000 mm dia. slot drill)
T100
M3 S15000
G52 X100 Y100
G0 X108.2096 Y118.2454 Z5.0000
G1   Z-9.5000 F2000
G3 X118.2950 Y105.9687 I35.6137 J18.9761 F5000
G3 X130.0097 Y101.3655 I13.0582 J16.0240
G3 X141.8742 Y104.6857 I0.6302 J20.6067
G3 X150.8161 Y112.6330 I-19.3103 J30.7310
G3 X163.6592 Y135.4969 I-66.4646 J52.3736
G3 X174.8932 Y226.3480 I-197.9195 J70.5933
G3 X164.4254 Y269.4914 I-134.7425 J-9.8506
G3 X154.1141 Y284.6667 I-45.2990 J-19.6889
G3 X143.5482 Y290.7328 I-16.5879 J-16.6576
G3 X134.0224 Y290.5005 I-4.2985 J-19.1565
G3 X129.2906 Y288.5187 I5.2252 J-19.1155
G3 X119.3293 Y279.9529 I18.3089 J-31.3666
G3 X106.4847 Y257.0850 I66.4385 J-52.3589
G3 X97.4526 Y150.3035 I198.8249 J-70.5903
G3 X108.2096 Y118.2454 I104.0789 J17.0894
G1   Z-19.0000 F2000
G3 X118.2950 Y105.9687 I35.6137 J18.9761 F5000
G3 X130.0097 Y101.3655 I13.0582 J16.0240
G3 X141.8742 Y104.6857 I0.6302 J20.6067
G3 X150.8161 Y112.6330 I-19.3103 J30.7310
G3 X163.6592 Y135.4969 I-66.4646 J52.3736
G3 X174.8932 Y226.3480 I-197.9195 J70.5933
G3 X164.4254 Y269.4914 I-134.7425 J-9.8506
G3 X154.1141 Y284.6667 I-45.2990 J-19.6889
G3 X143.5482 Y290.7328 I-16.5879 J-16.6576
G3 X134.0224 Y290.5005 I-4.2985 J-19.1565
G3 X129.2906 Y288.5187 I5.2252 J-19.1155
G3 X119.3293 Y279.9529 I18.3089 J-31.3666
G3 X106.4847 Y257.0850 I66.4385 J-52.3589
G3 X97.4526 Y150.3035 I198.8249 J-70.5903
G3 X108.2096 Y118.2454 I104.0789 J17.0894
G0   Z5.0000
G0 X0.0000 Y0.0000
G28
M5
M30



Rick

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General Mach Discussion / Baffled by G52 offset?
« on: May 11, 2011, 09:16:23 AM »
Hi All,

Just doing some testing with G52 offset, what I cant understand is that at the the end the gcode file when its run the G52 offset is cancelled automatically.
I thought you had code a G52 X0 Y0 to cancell the offset.

Can someone explain why this is happening?

Rick

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Manual button for auto zero
« on: April 17, 2011, 05:50:31 PM »
Greg,

Ive been testing my setup today, I noticed that nothing happens for 2 seconds as my input into the Brain, but if I try the auto zero again it starts as soon as the button is pressed and no 2 second delay.

You have any idea what ive done wrong?

Rick

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Manual button for auto zero
« on: April 16, 2011, 01:59:52 PM »
Hi Ian,

The machine is configured as auto zero tool buttons with touch off plate.

Rick

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Manual button for auto zero
« on: April 16, 2011, 03:21:22 AM »
Well thanks for all the input,
I have implemented this as Gregs method based on the fact that the Brain has the safety feature of holding the button for 2 seconds for activation..I think this is important as people do push buttons..ah whats this for..you get my meaning.
The trigger macro does interest me too..is it possible to have the safety feature built into this method?

thanks again
Rick

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VB and the development of wizards / Cycle Start to check input
« on: April 13, 2011, 07:39:10 PM »
Hi,
I need to have the cycle start button check if spindle is activated before a program can be run.
Is this the correct code to insert into cycle button?

If IsActive(InPut10)
DoOemButton(1000)
Else
DoOemButton(1003)
MsgBox("Enable Spindle")
End


Rick

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Manual button for auto zero
« on: April 13, 2011, 06:52:09 PM »
Hi Greg,

I am running a twin Z axis machine (Z and A axis) with external zero buttons for both axis, can you please advise on what additional code I need to add to the macropump? I have 2 separate Macros M615 and M616 one for each axis in the macro folder but unsure regarding the macro pump.

Rick

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Putting pause in gcode?
« on: December 28, 2010, 10:13:48 AM »
Just altered it in G config and all works fine
Thanks Hood

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Putting pause in gcode?
« on: December 28, 2010, 10:03:20 AM »
Hood,

Tried what you said..all works apart from when the gcode is loaded the script comes up before you can run the program, is there away to resolve this?
Rick

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