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Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #10 on: February 08, 2016, 12:45:46 AM »
Say we were to cut this 8" slot w/a .25 ball endmill ?
.02" per pass.
.5" deep
Starting @ about Y4.
That would take a CAM to generate that ... right ?

Russ 

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Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #11 on: February 08, 2016, 10:38:48 AM »
Actually I posted at teh beginning several times BUT the posts disappeared.  :(  I though maybe you were trying to get ahead of me in posting so I waited until you jumped in and now my post stick.  ;D

 :o (;-) TP

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Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #12 on: February 08, 2016, 10:43:41 AM »
HIYA RUSS not neccesarily a SUB program to step over or down  each pass can do a LOT of work in place of a CAM.  The real question is this slot really a pocket instead of a slot. and how deep is it and how wide is it.

You really do need to do it with a ball end mill as a flat nose mill will scallop the surface cutting the arcs.

(;-) TP
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« Reply #13 on: February 08, 2016, 12:31:29 PM »
HIYA RUSS not neccesarily a SUB program to step over or down  each pass can do a LOT of work in place of a CAM.  The real question is this slot really a pocket instead of a slot. and how deep is it and how wide is it.

You really do need to do it with a ball end mill as a flat nose mill will scallop the surface cutting the arcs.

(;-) TP

Yes, I was assuming a pocket, same width as the ball endmill.
I was also seeing the SUB cutting a lot of air by just shifting the final profile for each pass (.05" in the top example).
I was trying to figure how to do it as in the bottom illustration .... 10 passes without wasting time cutting air.

I did do it in SCam , each pass individually but it was painful.  ::)

Thanks again TP,
Russ :)

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Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #14 on: February 08, 2016, 01:46:09 PM »
Funny thing about CNC and time. As long as "I" am not turning the handles and can be doing something else I don't seem to miss the extra cutting air time much.

BUT if it is a production thingy time is money  ;)

YA did a good job here Russ Keep up the hard work bud.

 ;D TP


Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #15 on: February 08, 2016, 02:21:25 PM »
Thanks Terry,
  I appreciate the encouragement.  :)

Someday, I might just be able to draw stuff quicker than I could whittle it out of oak with my penknife. ::)


RC
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Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #16 on: February 08, 2016, 02:25:21 PM »
 ;)  That is why I always keep a pencil and paper handy. I am still pretty darn quick at sketchin and Sypherin things.

(;-) TP

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Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #17 on: February 09, 2016, 08:48:25 AM »
sorry guys  thanks for the ideas. still not right. what I need is a G or M code for the Y axis that will run indepently  of Z but at the same time
Y will do nothing more than run from zero to 8 inches and stop while z is making its cut
is there a code that can be written that will run y from 0 to 8 while it is also running a z code

Thanks again for the help    

DAS
Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #18 on: February 09, 2016, 08:57:06 AM »
OK, I will let BR549 take lead on this discussion.  ;)
 It sometimes confuses teh person asking for help if 2 try to help at teh same time asking different questions .... Apologies if I've confused things.

Russ
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Re: coutinuous y movement seperate from z
« Reply #19 on: February 09, 2016, 09:06:25 AM »
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