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    Default HELP Fanuc 18-t work shift

    Nevermind all i need to do was use my eyes

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    What do you mean?

    I believe you were correct. It is a option and as simple as changing a parameter. Of course some options could possibly require additional hardware or different firmware.

    Chances were good all you needed to do was turn the work shift on but you would have to assume some risk.

    I'm on vacation and don't have access to my stuff or I would have told you which one it was if I had it.

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    Curious why you didn't put this on the NC board?

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    G10 P0 X0 Z-4.000 (ABS)
    G10 P0 X0 W-4.000 (moves Z zero 4" further out from the chuck)

    Cancelable with G10 P0 X0 Z0


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    Think Snow Eh!
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    Ox I know you mentioned you ues the G10 on your machine but do you have work shift on your 18-T or you have to go the G10 as your only option?

    Brent

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    pRETTY SURE THAT i CAN ACCESS IT (sorry) via a screen.
    But I doo this in the header of every program and not have to worry about it, so ...

    Also able to MDI it.

    Pretty sure it edits the same file line.


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