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    Default Agie Cut 200 - taper

    Hello,
    Can anyone send me an example of program with some kind of taper.
    I keep getting Error messages on N20 while trying to input my program into Agie cut 200.
    I suppose something is missing at the beginning of program (something like G21 or 22.. tried those but nothing happend)

    here is my prgm. its just simple one side taper, just to try it

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    N001 D01 P01 T01 G43
    N002 G01 X+000000 Y+000000
    N003 G40
    N004 G01 X-004444 Y-000497 G44
    N005 G01 X-000010 Y-000001
    N006 G01 X-000060 Y-000002
    N007 G01 X-000059 Y+000005
    N008 G01 X-000058 Y+000012
    N009 G01 X-000056 Y+000019
    N010 G01 X-000054 Y+000026
    N011 G01 X-000050 Y+000031
    N012 G01 X-000046 Y+000038
    N013 G01 X-000041 Y+000042
    N014 G01 X-000036 Y+000047
    N015 G01 X-000031 Y+000051
    N016 G01 X-000024 Y+000055
    N017 G01 X-000017 Y+000056
    N018 G01 X-000010 Y+000059
    N019 G01 X-000004 Y+000059
    N020 G01 Y+005000 V+001763 - here is where it says ERROR
    N021 G01 X-010000
    N022 G01 Y-010000 V+000000
    N023 G01 X+010000
    N024 G01 Y+005000
    N025 G01 X+000004 Y+000060 G44
    N026 G01 X+000010 Y+000059
    N027 G01 X+000018 Y+000057
    N028 G01 X+000025 Y+000055
    N029 G01 X+000031 Y+000052
    N030 G01 X+000036 Y+000047
    N031 G01 X+000043 Y+000043
    N032 G01 X+000047 Y+000037
    N033 G01 X+000051 Y+000031
    N034 G01 X+000055 Y+000025
    N035 G01 X+000057 Y+000019
    N036 G01 X+000059 Y+000011
    N037 G01 X+000060 Y+000004
    N038 G01 X+000060 Y-000003
    N039 G01 X+000999 Y-000050
    N040 G01 X+004444 Y-000497 G40
    N041 G45 M02
    N042 M02
    

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    first thing first machine type AC Cut 200 from Agie 1984-1992 yes?
    2nd you are using a post for a CNC100 control not CNC123 unless you wrote this by hand.
    3rd machine uses Q and R for wire tilting not U and V. Q tilts left right R tilts front back.if I can find a sample i will attach.4-x-agie.jpg4-x-agie.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by agieman View Post
    first thing first machine type AC Cut 200 from Agie 1984-1992 yes?
    2nd you are using a post for a CNC100 control not CNC123 unless you wrote this by hand.
    3rd machine uses Q and R for wire tilting not U and V. Q tilts left right R tilts front back.if I can find a sample i will attach.4-x-agie.jpg4-x-agie.jpg
    Thank you very much

    1. yes.. its Agie Cut 200 from 1988.
    2. I have found a few posts and chose the better one... edited it a little bit.. just to work on my machine
    (i am cnc mill/turn boy ... Boss gave me Agie to work with, because a guy who worked here quit.... )
    3. i have edited my post to look like yours and seems to be working...
    Just, dont understand why is G40 after G44... as far as i know G40 is compesation OFF...

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    because it reads third line first!

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    I'm new at handwriting programs, I was reading yours agieman and is curious to the G40 at the beginning of the program and the G 44 and use of the G43 codes. Can you briefly give me a 101 on these codes!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl23 View Post
    I'm new at handwriting programs, I was reading yours agieman and is curious to the G40 at the beginning of the program and the G 44 and use of the G43 codes. Can you briefly give me a 101 on these codes!!!!
    Girl23, if you're not writing programs for an old AGIE, don't look at these. They're nothing like typical approach / depart moves.


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