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    Lightbulb G-code, machine specific? (HAAS)

    When I am writing g-code, is it machine specific? I downloaded an open source software (CAMOTICS) to simulate my g-code and it runs flawlessly. However, when I try to run it on a Hass desktop mill it doesn't recognize some of the commands, or insists that there is overtravel when I am only engraving a small part that is inside of 5x5 inches. Am I missing some opening lines of code? Any help would be appreciated.

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    Post the code and show where the problems happen.

    Also have you set your g54 position properly?

    Really need more info and specifics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houndogforever View Post
    Post the code and show where the problems happen.

    Also have you set your g54 position properly?

    Really need more info and specifics.
    I don't think I have my G54 position properly set, I made a separate thread asking what I was doing wrong on that end. This is the code:


    Generated with: DXF2GCODE, Version: Py3.6.7 PyQt5.11.3, Date: $Date: Fri Oct 25 20:45:56 2019 +0200 $)
    (Created from file: C:/Users/MM/Desktop/drawing.dxf)
    (Output format description: G-CODE for LinuxCNC)
    (Time: Tue Jun 8 18:32:15 2021)
    G20 (Units in inches)
    G90 (Absolute programming)
    G64 (Default cutting) G17 (XY plane) G40 (Cancel radius comp.) G49 (Cancel length comp.)
    G0 Z 0.591

    (*** LAYER: Layer 1 ***)
    T1 M6
    S1000

    (* SHAPE Nr: 1 *)
    G0 X 1.157 Y 0.792
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    F5
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 1.305 Y 0.495
    G1 X 1.454 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.609 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.765 Y 0.197
    G1 X 2.070 Y 0.822
    G1 X 2.390 Y 1.447
    G1 X 2.406 Y 0.740
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.016
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 2.406 Y 0.740
    G1 X 2.390 Y 1.447
    G1 X 2.070 Y 0.822
    G1 X 1.765 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.609 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.454 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.305 Y 0.495
    G1 X 1.157 Y 0.792
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 5 *)
    G0 X 0.785 Y 0.522
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.261
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.261
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.522
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 2 *)
    G0 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.698 Y 0.921
    G1 X 0.840 Y 1.005
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.698 Y 0.921
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 0 *)
    G0 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.040
    G1 X 0.668 Y 0.977
    G1 X 0.551 Y 0.913
    G1 X 0.432 Y 0.980
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.047
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.680
    G1 X 0.314 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.662 Y 2.314
    G1 X 1.010 Y 2.314
    G1 X 1.303 Y 1.689
    G1 X 1.612 Y 1.069
    G1 X 1.923 Y 1.700
    G1 X 2.217 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.565 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.913 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.913 Y 1.162
    G1 X 2.913 Y 0.000
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 2.913 Y 1.162
    G1 X 2.913 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.565 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.217 Y 2.325
    G1 X 1.923 Y 1.700
    G1 X 1.612 Y 1.069
    G1 X 1.303 Y 1.689
    G1 X 1.010 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.662 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.314 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.680
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.047
    G1 X 0.432 Y 0.980
    G1 X 0.551 Y 0.913
    G1 X 0.668 Y 0.977
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.040
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 3 *)
    G0 X 0.317 Y 0.490
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.258
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.258
    G1 X 0.317 Y 0.490
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 10 *)
    G0 X 0.851 Y 1.040
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.479
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.040
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 4 *)
    G0 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.500 Y 0.252
    G1 X 0.516 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.531 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.494
    G1 X 0.579 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.593 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.605 Y 0.247
    G1 X 0.611 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.605 Y 0.247
    G1 X 0.593 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.579 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.494
    G1 X 0.531 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.516 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.500 Y 0.252
    G1 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (*** LAYER: 0 ***)

    (* SHAPE Nr: 11 *)
    G0 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.479
    G2 X 0.785 Y 0.522 I -0.323 J -0.459
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G3 X 0.851 Y 1.479 I -0.257 J 0.498
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 8 *)
    G0 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 12 *)
    G0 X 1.085 Y 0.954
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 1.157 Y 0.792
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 1.085 Y 0.954
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 9 *)
    G0 X 0.611 Y 0.011
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.611 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 6 *)
    G0 X 2.913 Y 0.000
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.000
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.016
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.000
    G1 X 2.913 Y 0.000
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5

    (* SHAPE Nr: 7 *)
    G0 X 0.317 Y 0.490
    M3 M8
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G2 X 0.236 Y 1.497 I 0.284 J 0.530
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.517
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.027
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    G1 X 0.840 Y 1.005
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.011
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.040
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.011
    G1 X 0.840 Y 1.005
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.027
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.517
    G1 X 0.236 Y 1.497

    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M9 M5
    G0 X 0.000 Y 0.000
    M2 (Program end)

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    The first problem I encounter is under the line T1 M6 - the desktop mill doesn't recognize that command.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-B View Post
    The first problem I encounter is under the line T1 M6 - the desktop mill doesn't recognize that command.
    The 1st problem I encounter was that code flat out sucks, its embarrassing to even look at. its not you persay its what ever dipshit software your using or who ever set it up. there are just no standards anymore.

    people ESPECIALLY new people running CNCS need to start learning G code and have some standards.

    I dont know what a Hass desktop mill needs to run as far as tool change goes.

    heres an idea of a decent proper code for a mill and how it should be structured.
    THIS IS OFF A HASS
    M6 T1
    G00 G90 G54 X POSITION Y POSITION
    S3000 M03
    G43 Z0.2 H1 M08

    G01 WITH FEEDRATE ON 1ST G01 LINE AT A MIN.
    THEN YOUR CUTTING CODE

    G00 Z0.2
    G91 G28 Z0.0 M09
    G91 G28 YO.0
    M01 USE M00 FOR NO TOOL CHANGER

    THEN REPEAT FOR NEXT TOOL
    IF YOU USE A G18 OR G19 THEN CANCEL IT AT THE END OF USE IN THAT SPECIFIC TOOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delw View Post
    The 1st problem I encounter was that code flat out sucks, its embarrassing to even look at. its not you persay its what ever dipshit software your using or who ever set it up. there are just no standards anymore.

    people ESPECIALLY new people running CNCS need to start learning G code and have some standards.

    I dont know what a Hass desktop mill needs to run as far as tool change goes.

    heres an idea of a decent proper code for a mill and how it should be structured.
    THIS IS OFF A HASS
    M6 T1
    G00 G90 G54 X POSITION Y POSITION
    S3000 M03
    G43 Z0.2 H1 M08

    G01 WITH FEEDRATE ON 1ST G01 LINE AT A MIN.
    THEN YOUR CUTTING CODE

    G00 Z0.2
    G91 G28 Z0.0 M09
    G91 G28 YO.0
    M01 USE M00 FOR NO TOOL CHANGER

    THEN REPEAT FOR NEXT TOOL
    IF YOU USE A G18 OR G19 THEN CANCEL IT AT THE END OF USE IN THAT SPECIFIC TOOL.
    There are no tool changes with the desktop mill. If you want to change the tool it has to be done manually.

    people ESPECIALLY new people running CNCS need to start learning G code and have some standards.
    Yes, this is me learning it, I can write basic programs but I am learning still.

    its not you persay its what ever dipshit software your using or who ever set it up.
    Yeah, what can I say it's open source. If I were to write the g-code by hand it would take me weeks of trial and error.

    I'm going to rewrite the code and see how that works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-B View Post


    Yes, this is me learning it, I can write basic programs but I am learning still.
    Understand that nothing wrong with it, just take all the junk out of it and use the parts that you need.
    this is a good time to learn.
    BTW I have done what your doing alot many years ago (early 90's) using autocad to write my programs, I would just take the numbers(using lisp?) of the profile and insert them in for the feeds.you can do the same with this prograam your using and a txt editor, just copy an paste in the feed section. youll get the hang of it really quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delw View Post
    Understand that nothing wrong with it, just take all the junk out of it and use the parts that you need.
    this is a good time to learn.
    BTW I have done what your doing alot many years ago (early 90's) using autocad to write my programs, I would just take the numbers(using lisp?) of the profile and insert them in for the feeds.you can do the same with this prograam your using and a txt editor, just copy an paste in the feed section. youll get the hang of it really quick.
    Thanks! Do you know how to save the notepad file as an .ngc? For some reason I can only save the programs as .txt and I am worried that the CNC machine won't recognize the file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-B View Post
    Thanks! Do you know how to save the notepad file as an .ngc? For some reason I can only save the programs as .txt and I am worried that the CNC machine won't recognize the file.
    just rename the file to xxxx.ngc
    I never have an extention on any of my filenames. most machines dont need a file extension. I know hass fanuc yasnac fadals dont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-B View Post
    When I am writing g-code, is it machine specific?
    Short answer = yes.
    Long answer = it depends on the machines in question.

    Some Okuma G codes are different than the standard Fanuc style G codes. Haas I'm sure has some variance also from standard Fanuc.

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    First of all, the line the machines stops on isn't always the problem line. The problem line is usually after the one it stops on.
    Second, you don't have a G43 call for the tool, such as G43H1 for tool 1. I had a machine years ago that whenever I did a tool change (manual, like yours) the tool length offset would be automatically loaded from the table in the control. All the Haas machines I've ever used had to have the G43H(tool number) on a line shortly after the tool call, and it's done with a Z move, such as G43 H1 Z1. would send the tool to 1" above the called work offset, such as G54. ALso, does your manual say you need an M6 there, for the manual tool change? i
    T1 M6?
    G54
    G43 H1 Z1.
    S1000 M3 (turns the spindle on clockwise, 1K rpm)
    M8 (turns on coolant)
    (part creation movement here)


    etc etc etc
    Good luck

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    Like Mike said, the line it stops on may or may not be the offending code.

    In your case ( again like Mike said ) it hangs on the T1 M6, but the problem is that you are not activating the length of the tool by the G43 H1.
    Also, Haas does not allow multiple M codes in the same block, so it will soil it's pans on the M3 M8 line.

    But, since this machine does not have a toolchanger, you may need to make toolchanges like this:
    T1 M06;
    M00 ( full stop to allow you to manuall insert the correct tool);
    G00 G43 H1 D1 ( activate tool length 1 and tool dia 1, no actual motion);
    DO YOUR THING FROM HERE ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglemike View Post
    First of all, the line the machines stops on isn't always the problem line. The problem line is usually after the one it stops on.
    Second, you don't have a G43 call for the tool, such as G43H1 for tool 1. I had a machine years ago that whenever I did a tool change (manual, like yours) the tool length offset would be automatically loaded from the table in the control. All the Haas machines I've ever used had to have the G43H(tool number) on a line shortly after the tool call, and it's done with a Z move, such as G43 H1 Z1. would send the tool to 1" above the called work offset, such as G54. ALso, does your manual say you need an M6 there, for the manual tool change? i
    T1 M6?
    G54
    G43 H1 Z1.
    S1000 M3 (turns the spindle on clockwise, 1K rpm)
    M8 (turns on coolant)
    (part creation movement here)


    etc etc etc
    Good luck
    Thank you. There is no coolant, so would removing those commands be okay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-B View Post
    Thank you. There is no coolant, so would removing those commands be okay?
    Correct, won't hurt anything

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    In addition to what others have said, the first thing I notice is that there isn't a G54 in the program. If your last program (CNC or MDI) was in G54, it SHOULD stay there. But it's never good to assume.

    Also, I don't see any decimal points in the feed rates. It's very common for machines to move the decimal point 4 spaces to the left, if you don't include one. 1 becomes .0001, 15 becomes .0015, 220 becomes .0220, etc. Typically, we'll add our own point, just to make sure it's where we want it. 1. 15. 220. ect. I believe that's a parameter you can change on a Haas, so it might not be a problem for you. But if, when you get it running, it runs REALLY slowly, that's your problem. This also applies to position numbers, though your code already has that covered.

    DXF2GCODE probably has a setting for number of decimal places. You clearly have it set on 3. You'll want to change it to 4, if you can. There's no reason to artificially limit your precision.

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    Thank you. I'm still re-writing the program and trying to use everyone's input. A lot of knowledge on this board, I wish I knew about it years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delw View Post
    The 1st problem I encounter was that code flat out sucks, its embarrassing to even look at. its not you persay its what ever dipshit software your using or who ever set it up. there are just no standards anymore.

    people ESPECIALLY new people running CNCS need to start learning G code and have some standards.

    I dont know what a Hass desktop mill needs to run as far as tool change goes.

    heres an idea of a decent proper code for a mill and how it should be structured.
    THIS IS OFF A HASS
    M6 T1
    G00 G90 G54 X POSITION Y POSITION
    S3000 M03
    G43 Z0.2 H1 M08

    G01 WITH FEEDRATE ON 1ST G01 LINE AT A MIN.
    THEN YOUR CUTTING CODE

    G00 Z0.2
    G91 G28 Z0.0 M09
    G91 G28 YO.0
    M01 USE M00 FOR NO TOOL CHANGER

    THEN REPEAT FOR NEXT TOOL
    IF YOU USE A G18 OR G19 THEN CANCEL IT AT THE END OF USE IN THAT SPECIFIC TOOL.
    M6 T1
    G00 G90 G54 X0 Y0
    S3000 M03
    G43 Z2. H1 M00

    G01.15

    (* 1 *)
    G0 X 1.157 Y 0.792
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    F5
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 1.305 Y 0.495
    G1 X 1.454 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.609 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.765 Y 0.197
    G1 X 2.070 Y 0.822
    G1 X 2.390 Y 1.447
    G1 X 2.406 Y 0.740
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.016
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 2.406 Y 0.740
    G1 X 2.390 Y 1.447
    G1 X 2.070 Y 0.822
    G1 X 1.765 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.609 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.454 Y 0.197
    G1 X 1.305 Y 0.495
    G1 X 1.157 Y 0.792
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 5 *)
    G0 X 0.785 Y 0.522
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.261
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.261
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.522
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 2 *)
    G0 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.698 Y 0.921
    G1 X 0.840 Y 1.005
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.698 Y 0.921
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 0 *)
    G0 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.040
    G1 X 0.668 Y 0.977
    G1 X 0.551 Y 0.913
    G1 X 0.432 Y 0.980
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.047
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.680
    G1 X 0.314 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.662 Y 2.314
    G1 X 1.010 Y 2.314
    G1 X 1.303 Y 1.689
    G1 X 1.612 Y 1.069
    G1 X 1.923 Y 1.700
    G1 X 2.217 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.565 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.913 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.913 Y 1.162
    G1 X 2.913 Y 0.000
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 2.913 Y 1.162
    G1 X 2.913 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.565 Y 2.325
    G1 X 2.217 Y 2.325
    G1 X 1.923 Y 1.700
    G1 X 1.612 Y 1.069
    G1 X 1.303 Y 1.689
    G1 X 1.010 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.662 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.314 Y 2.314
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.680
    G1 X 0.314 Y 1.047
    G1 X 0.432 Y 0.980
    G1 X 0.551 Y 0.913
    G1 X 0.668 Y 0.977
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.040
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 3 *)
    G0 X 0.317 Y 0.490
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.258
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.258
    G1 X 0.317 Y 0.490
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 10 *)
    G0 X 0.851 Y 1.040
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.479
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.333
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.040
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (*4 *)
    G0 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.500 Y 0.252
    G1 X 0.516 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.531 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.494
    G1 X 0.579 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.593 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.605 Y 0.247
    G1 X 0.611 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.605 Y 0.247
    G1 X 0.593 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.579 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.494
    G1 X 0.531 Y 0.487
    G1 X 0.516 Y 0.456
    G1 X 0.500 Y 0.252
    G1 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (*** 0 ***)

    (* 11 *)
    G0 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.479
    G2 X 0.785 Y 0.522 I -0.323 J -0.459
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G3 X 0.851 Y 1.479 I -0.257 J 0.498
    G1 X 0.785 Y 1.626
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 8 *)
    G0 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.489 Y 0.011
    G1 X 0.325 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 12 *)
    G0 X 1.085 Y 0.954
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 1.157 Y 0.792
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 1.085 Y 0.954
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 9 *)
    G0 X 0.611 Y 0.011
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 0.785 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.611 Y 0.011
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 6 *)
    G0 X 2.913 Y 0.000
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.000
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.016
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 2.407 Y 0.000
    G1 X 2.913 Y 0.000
    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5

    (* 7 *)
    G0 X 0.317 Y 0.490
    M3
    G0 Z 0.118
    G1 Z -0.059
    F15
    G2 X 0.236 Y 1.497 I 0.284 J 0.530
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.517
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.027
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    G1 X 0.840 Y 1.005
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.011
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.040
    F5
    G1 Z -0.118
    F15
    G1 X 0.851 Y 1.011
    G1 X 0.840 Y 1.005
    G1 X 0.555 Y 0.837
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.027
    G1 X 0.266 Y 1.517
    G1 X 0.236 Y 1.497

    F5
    G1 Z 0.118
    G0 Z 0.591
    M5
    G0 X 0.000 Y 0.000
    M2 (Program end)

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-B View Post
    G2 X 0.236 Y 1.497 I 0.284 J 0.530
    This ran perfectly except for the quoted line above, there was an x over travel.


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