How to get Z to return to zero after probing WCS
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    Default How to get Z to return to zero after probing WCS

    How does one go about doing this? I was hoping it was in a setting in the control but looks like it's code?

    When doing probing work coordinates, I want the probe to find them and rapid back up to z 0 or tool change height.

    This is using Haas WPS

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    If you hit z, then the home button it homes only the z axis.

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    Just put the same code in that you use for a tool change.
    I dotn know why they didnt add it into the marco. I am sure there is a reason for it.

    when I use it to probe parts in a program I just the z back home like I do for a tool change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Farms View Post
    If you hit z, then the home button it homes only the z axis.

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    This is what I do now, but I could of swore I read that could change a setting to make it do it automatically.

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    i'm sure you can edit the appropriate 9000 program to include a G0 G90 G53 Z0 at the end


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