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**Newfangled Solutions Mach3 Wizards / Re: New Teach wizard**

« **on:**April 27, 2007, 11:28:41 AM »

Ron,

Thank you

Francis

Thank you

Francis

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Ron,

Thank you

Francis

Thank you

Francis

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haha, that ain't chinese, that's some kind of korean word, i'm sure you've activated the east-asian language on your computer xD - but that's wierd

Hello,

Exactly! I deactivated it

Thank-you

Francis

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Ron,

sorry for my poor english

I have a NewFangled license, copycat does not see it!

Please tell me if it is normal?

Thank You

sorry for my poor english

I have a NewFangled license, copycat does not see it!

Please tell me if it is normal?

Thank You

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Hello Ron,

CopyCat does not recognize my NF license! it works fine with NF

Thank you

Francis

CopyCat does not recognize my NF license! it works fine with NF

Thank you

Francis

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Hello all,

Mach3 V2.00.65 and licensed LazycamPro

Two problems:

1) The offset corresponds to the diameter of the tool whereas it should correspond to the radius.

2) Even problem for the internal pocketting, the internal pocket is too small of a 2*radius of tool. Just for the first offset, the remainder of the pocket is correct.

I had a pocket to make with a tool of 14mm I initially had to make an offset for a tool of D:7mm before making the pocket with the tool of D:14mm!

Could somebody check this problem?

Thank you in advance

Francis

Mach3 V2.00.65 and licensed LazycamPro

Two problems:

1) The offset corresponds to the diameter of the tool whereas it should correspond to the radius.

2) Even problem for the internal pocketting, the internal pocket is too small of a 2*radius of tool. Just for the first offset, the remainder of the pocket is correct.

I had a pocket to make with a tool of 14mm I initially had to make an offset for a tool of D:7mm before making the pocket with the tool of D:14mm!

Could somebody check this problem?

Thank you in advance

Francis

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Benny,

Thank You for all ! you were often the first to help me!

Francis

Thank You for all ! you were often the first to help me!

Francis

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Ok, I have looked at the code and it is a cutter comp error. If you use a 2mm tool it works OK, anything larger cause an increasing gouge. it looks like the lead-out arc specified in the shapes file is to short. The R format arc may be part of the problem.

I'm not sure how I'm going to fix this one, I'm still working on it. But for now you seem to have a fix.

damn, I hate cutter comp !!!

ron ginger

Ron,

Thank you for the explanations and the fix.

Do not waste any more time with that it is not a big problem. Essentially cosmetic.

Francis

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Change the line at the end with the G40 in it to just G40 and it will work fine. I didn't see the comp was in there.G3 X-4.445 Y5.2019 R2.46126

G40 <----------------- Change this line to this

G0 X-4.003 Y3.5154 Z1

M5 M9

M30

Hello all, It is correct with this modification.

I also replaced the G0 last by G1 to up the tool slowly.

Thank you for the assistance.

Francis

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We get those on our router at work from time to time. If you use IJ arcs instead of R arcs they'll probably go away.

Hello Gerry,

This Gcode is produced by Nefangled wizard. In the configuration of Mach3, IJ i's incremental.

Thank you Francis

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Hello Ron thank you for the reply

program start to x0 y0 (center of DB9)

No mirror and no rotate selected (same problem with rotate)

My machine's metric, unit's mm

The problem occurs line 33 of this Gcode:

(Program Posted for Aluminum )

G0 G49 G40.1 G17

G80 G50 G90 G98

G21 (mm)

(****DB 9 Pin****)

M6 T25(TOOL DIA. 2.5)

G43 H25

M03 S4000

M8

G0 X0 Y3.5154

X0 Y3.5154 Z1

G1 X0 Y3.5154 Z-1.5 F20.3

G41 P1.25 X0.442 Y5.2019 F40.6

G3 X-0.7315 Y5.4991 R2.46126

G1 X-8.001 Y5.4991

G3 X-10 Y3.5001 R1.99898

G1 X-10 Y1.6002

X-12.3977 Y1.6002

G3 X-13.9979 Y0 R1.6002

X-12.3977 Y-1.6002 R1.6002

G1 X-10 Y-1.6002

X-10 Y-3.5001

G3 X-8.001 Y-5.4991 R1.99898

G1 X8.001 Y-5.4991

G3 X10 Y-3.5001 R1.99898

G1 X10 Y-1.6002

X12.3977 Y-1.6002

G3 X13.9979 Y0 R1.6002

X12.3977 Y1.6002 R1.6002

G1 X10 Y1.6002

X10 Y3.5001

G3 X8.001 Y5.4991 R1.99898

G1 X-3.2715 Y5.4991

G3 X-4.445 Y5.2019 R2.46126 <----- a circle instead of an arc

G1 G40 X-4.003 Y3.5154

G0 X-4.003 Y3.5154 Z1

M5 M9

M30

Thank you

Francis

program start to x0 y0 (center of DB9)

No mirror and no rotate selected (same problem with rotate)

My machine's metric, unit's mm

The problem occurs line 33 of this Gcode:

(Program Posted for Aluminum )

G0 G49 G40.1 G17

G80 G50 G90 G98

G21 (mm)

(****DB 9 Pin****)

M6 T25(TOOL DIA. 2.5)

G43 H25

M03 S4000

M8

G0 X0 Y3.5154

X0 Y3.5154 Z1

G1 X0 Y3.5154 Z-1.5 F20.3

G41 P1.25 X0.442 Y5.2019 F40.6

G3 X-0.7315 Y5.4991 R2.46126

G1 X-8.001 Y5.4991

G3 X-10 Y3.5001 R1.99898

G1 X-10 Y1.6002

X-12.3977 Y1.6002

G3 X-13.9979 Y0 R1.6002

X-12.3977 Y-1.6002 R1.6002

G1 X-10 Y-1.6002

X-10 Y-3.5001

G3 X-8.001 Y-5.4991 R1.99898

G1 X8.001 Y-5.4991

G3 X10 Y-3.5001 R1.99898

G1 X10 Y-1.6002

X12.3977 Y-1.6002

G3 X13.9979 Y0 R1.6002

X12.3977 Y1.6002 R1.6002

G1 X10 Y1.6002

X10 Y3.5001

G3 X8.001 Y5.4991 R1.99898

G1 X-3.2715 Y5.4991

G3 X-4.445 Y5.2019 R2.46126 <----- a circle instead of an arc

G1 G40 X-4.003 Y3.5154

G0 X-4.003 Y3.5154 Z1

M5 M9

M30

Thank you

Francis