I was looking at this recently for a different application on my mam72, but haven't had a chance to play around with it yet. Possible work-around might be to change the spindle orient parameter to your desired angle. You can change parameters with G10 L52 (on my machine spindle orient is param...
Thanks Sinha, that is a possible solution.
In this case I'm wondering if I can do this without editing those calling programs (1, 2, etc as there are too many), but only the called program (3)... if possible.
Fanuc 30i question again -
In a sub program, is it possible to determine the calling program number? In the below example, within program 3, is it possible to determine which top level is running? either 1 or 2?
That's not quite accurate. Camplete is not a G-code simulator. It definitely does not simulate G-code like a real machine control does.
Out of the box with standard settings, sure it works just fine for 99% of users and it should accurately depict what the machine will do. But it certainly does...
I don't understand how someone can be so clueless. (Or just full of shit? or both)
But can't understand deflection. It's a fucking TM3P, made of paper-mache.
The best part is this
Obviously-not-a-machinist, you really should do yourself a favor and forget everything you know, then...
If instead you tried posting some of the details about what you're doing, you might receive a helpful response and possibly learn a thing or two. You wouldn't have to waste money for someone to show you how things deflect under cutting forces and how to use wear comps nor bother with your "class...
What did you replace the hoses with? Do you have a part number? 93-2336?
I've got the same issue on 2 machines. They are 2014/2015. Disconnected and moved to a different spot in the shop. Downtime was about a week. I'm guessing that tan-color liner dried up? and now it's washing out...
Yes it is #4012
G54-G59 returns 54-59
Extended offsets G110-129 return 110-129
But G154 P offsets return only 154. I don't think there's a way to safely and reliably determine P value? #4116 could return P-address, but this could be the last used P-address from a number of other commands...