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ahhh I understood thank you sir

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Thank you very much this is what I need, how good the help of this forum.
why in the last line of the code you write?
  Code "G59P7"

have a good day and thank you again

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Hello, how are you? I have built a machine that has 7 heads,
I would like to know if you can create a macro that when reading a tool change in g code, the macro calls the offset in the X and Y axes of that tool.
I tried but I don't understand any programming and
I've seen videos of machines doing it but I can't.
I only have this macro M6 star but it does not work well for me
Thank you
attentively

'get new tool number
   newtool = GetSelectedTool()

       'select Offset by toolnumber
       If newtool = 1 Then
           Code "G54"
       Else         
           Code "G55"
           
      End If
   
           
        If newtool = 2 Then
           Code "G55"
         Else       
           Code "G56"       
   
       End If       
       
       
        If newtool = 3 Then
           Code "G56"
       Else   
       
           Code "G57"   
     
   
       End If




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General Mach Discussion / Re: macro help
« on: July 10, 2019, 07:29:18 PM »

good day
I really appreciate your help.
Is it possible to insert this macro into the postprocessor? to do it automatically.
the output file is; Mach3 ATC mm (* .txt). from Vectri Aspire.
Attached example of the file (* .txt)

again thank you very much

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General Mach Discussion / macro help
« on: July 09, 2019, 11:38:06 PM »
good day to all
I have 2 spinlles in my cnc separated 100mm on the X axis.
I need to write a macro to use 2 tools / tool 1 and tool 2 /
if the gcode calls the tool 1 activate the output # 1
if the gcode calls the tool 2 deactivate the output # 1 and activate the output # 2, now correct the offset of 100mm on the X axis
I do not know how to write this macro for mach3
I appreciate a help
thank you

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General Mach Discussion / Re: it is possible with Mach3
« on: May 07, 2019, 09:58:17 PM »
TPS
thank you very much for your help.
I did not know about G54 and I investigated but I did not understand
Greetings to all

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Hello, I always work with these steps
click on View select Load Screens and select 1024.set and open it.
I hope you work

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General Mach Discussion / it is possible with Mach3
« on: May 02, 2019, 08:39:01 PM »
Greetings to all
I have my CNC router machine. and I ask you if it is possible to do what you see in the video.
the injection is done with pneumatics powered by electrovalves.
the trajectories are generated with Artcam
I'm stuck with the Mach3 I do not know how to do it
any comment I am very attentive.
thank you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcTjs1cRt3U

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Maximum file size.
« on: November 06, 2012, 08:54:54 PM »
Ger21 work with 4Th axis, clear 3D compass and A-Rotations Enable.
and works perfect.

Thank you very much for your help,
A friendly greeting from Colombia

PedroPin

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General Mach Discussion / Maximum file size.
« on: November 06, 2012, 03:09:33 PM »
Hi I have a problem.
upload a file of 275,250 lines of code. (10.2 MB). I click GOTO ZERO, the motors do not move well and lost the reference in all axes.
I click Cycle Start and the machine moves at intervals and the reference is lost on all axes. this does not happen when I use files of 2 MB.
To Mach3 Gcode size matter?
my settings
Gecko G540
10A 45V source
Pc Pentium 4    2.66GHz     1.25GB Ram
GeForce 7100 GS Graphics
motors 425 Oz-In
thank you very much

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