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    Good afternoon Ladies and Gentleman. Is it possible to probe the angle a part is setting and then move the 0.0 to the bore using the probe to do both. I have to probe each part along with working off of center-line. Haas VF2SS bought new in January.

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    Yes, it is possible. It's not a canned cycle that I am aware of, so you'll need to think a little and string together the PROBE, RESULT, INPUT, MOVE OFFSET sequences. But it's a fairly common series of ops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin17740 View Post
    Good afternoon Ladies and Gentleman. Is it possible to probe the angle a part is setting and then move the 0.0 to the bore using the probe to do both. I have to probe each part along with working off of center-line. Haas VF2SS bought new in January.

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    1. Measure the bore, set WCS in its center.
    2. Measure angle.
    3. Rotate the coordinates accordingly, center of the bore being the center of rotation.

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    Two cast parts located in fixture for secondary operations, no X,Y probing. But you get the idea.
    #501 and #502 are called with G68 at each operation for respective part.

    Weirdo Z values are because parts are on large trunion blocking access to the tool setter. So ignore that.




    (ANGLE MEASUREMENT AND COORDIANTE ROTATION VARIABLE STORAGE)
    T20 M06
    G00 G54 G90 A0.
    X-2. Y0.
    G43 H20 (PROBE LENGTH OFFSET CALL)
    G65 P9832 (PROBE ON)
    G65 P9810 Z-13.44 F100. (PROTECTED POSITIONING)
    G65 P9810 Z-14.839 F20.
    G65 P9810 X-1.78
    G65 P9843 X1.51 D4.5 A90.
    G65 P9810 Z-13.44 F20. (PROTECTED POSITIONING)
    #501= #194 (WRITE ANGLE TO VARIABLE FOR G54)

    G00 G55
    G65 P9810 X-2. Y0. F100.
    G65 P9810 Z-14.839 F20.
    G65 P9810 X-1.78
    G65 P9843 X1.51 D4.5 A90.
    G65 P9810 Z-13.44 F20. (PROTECTED POSITIONING)
    #502= #194 (WRITE ANGLE TO VARIABLE FOR G55)

    G65 P9833 (PROBE OFF)
    G00 G28 G91 Z0.
    G90
    M01

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    As GENERALDISARRAY has mentioned, G68 is what you'll want from the sounds of it.

    You may find a thread I started a while ago to be helpful. I got a lot of good feedback from it.

    Trig Advice on Making Bore Probing Macro for G68


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