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G-Code, CAD, and CAM discussions / G3 G13 code verfication
« on: February 21, 2009, 05:50:28 AM »

Hi Guys

Just wondering if any one can help with this using fanuc controlls.

G3 being circular interpolation
G3 can also be used to machine a helix be adding a "P" value

But from what i understood G13 is ment to be a flat helix or spiral if you like for example you could pocket out a circle cutting in ever grater spiral untill you reached the diamiter of the circle.

but when i try to run G13 all i can get is a single cirle of a given diameter with a lead in lead out.

JUST THINKING OUT LOUD NOW

would it be possible to use something like this

G18
G3 x... y.... I..... j.... P.... F.....

If im thinking about this correctly changing G17 ( X / Y plane selection )
To G18 may make it spirl in an outward motion insted of a down motion?

hmmmm......
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G-Code, CAD, and CAM discussions / editing Gcode
« on: May 22, 2008, 04:46:20 AM »
Just wondering if any knows if i can edit the g code on mach to suit master cam output. I know it can be done on master cam but thought it may be easier doing it here.

For example master cam outputs g3 as circular interpolation and mach has is it as helical interpolation.

Thanks guys

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General Mach Discussion / what motor is this
« on: April 06, 2008, 06:27:54 AM »
Hi guys just wondering if somebody can identify this motor below is all the info i have on it.


BRUSHLESS DC SERVO MOTORS 24VOLT 10AMP

HIGH TORQUE OUT-RUNNER DESIGN

THESE MOTORS ARE EXTREMLY HIGH QUALITY SERVO MOTORS OUT OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES

THEIR DIMENSIONS ARE 105mm IN DIAMETER AND 80mm IN LENGTH WEIGHT 1.5Kg, THEY MAYBE MOUNTED BY JUST ONE END OR BY BOTH ENDS. THE MAIN BODY IS THE ROTATING ELEMENT HENCE THE NAME "OUT RUNNER"

THEY HAVE THE CONVENTIONAL 3 PHASE WIRING AND ALSO HAVE HALL EFFECT SENSORS. THEY HAVE BEEN TESTED ON BOTH SERVO AMPLIFIERS WITH HALL EFFECT SENSORS, AND ON MORE SIMPLE RADIO CONTROL SENSORLESS CONTROLLERS.

DUE TO THEIR HIGH TORQUE DESIGN THEY ARE WELL SUITED FOR MILL OR xyz TABLE APPLICATIONS


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