Welcome to Our Community

Unlock hidden features. Sign Up for Free Today!


Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Public Do Omens, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. Public Do Omens

    Guest Builder


    If your looking to hack your G-code and it does not do what you are wanting then this link will help. :cool:

    1. Conventions
    Conventions used in this section
    In the G code prototypes the hyphen (-) stands for a real value and (<>) denotes an optional item.
    If L- is written in a prototype the - will often be referred to as the L number, and so on for any other letter.
    In the G code prototypes the word axes stands for any axis as defined in your configuration.
    An optional value will be written like this <L->.
    A real value may be:
    • An explicit number, 4
    • An expression, [2+2]
    • A parameter value, #88
    • A unary function value, acos[0]
    In most cases, if axis words are given (any or all of X Y Z A B C U V W), they specify a destination point. Axis numbers are in the currently active coordinate system, unless explicitly described as being in the absolute coordinate system. Where axis words are optional, any omitted axes will retain their original value. Any items in the G code prototypes not explicitly described as optional are required. The values following letters are often given as explicit numbers. Unless stated otherwise, the explicit numbers can be real values. For example, G10 L2 could equally well be written G[2*5] L[1+1]. If the value of parameter 100 were 2, G10 L#100 would also mean the same.
  2. superelvis

    superelvis Well-Known

    Sep 21, 2015
    Likes Received:

    I finished my CNC - OX (1000 x 15000 x 250 ) half a year ago....

    Now my biggest problem is to setup the mill-endpoint to the table and the workpeace.....

    ... How can I setup the Z-high of the mill-endpoint when it is leaving the workpeace for short time during a job....(I dont mean homing position)

    Its realy hard to find a good and easy tutorial to setup the first projekt.......

    Can somebody give me a good starttutorial ??

    Please help !!

    Kind regard,

Share This Page

  • About Us

    The OpenBuilds Team is dedicated helping you to Dream it - Build it - Share it! Collaborate on our forums and be sure to visit the Part Store for all your Building needs!
  • Like us on Facebook

  • Support Open Source FairShare Program!

    OpenBuilds FairShare Give Back Program provide resources to Open Source projects, developers and schools around the world. Invest in your future by helping others develop theirs!

    Donate to FairShare!