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    Default Serrations programing on wire edm

    I need to make serrations on one long part and wire edm is only machine that i can do it on. Machine is fanuc and I'm not good with g codes. Is there a code for repeating sections? Like i program one line or one serration and just add code that says repeat this 123 times?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nero81 View Post
    I need to make serrations on one long part and wire edm is only machine that i can do it on. Machine is fanuc and I'm not good with g codes. Is there a code for repeating sections? Like i program one line or one serration and just add code that says repeat this 123 times?
    You need to do a incrementall program than copy paste 10 times then copy paste that 10 times

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    That could work. Thnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nero81 View Post
    That could work. Thnx
    If you have graph on your machine you could make a point or some geometry signifying the correct last point of cut at end of serations to be sure you dont cut one too many and verify

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    No needed, it can only go "in empty"

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    There is a Post Processor in FeatureCAM that I use with my Fanuc Tapecut Model M to do such things.


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