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    Of course you do. It will be wherever the Z axis...

    Of course you do. It will be wherever the Z axis is after your G43 is executed. Where do you think the Z axis returns to when the cycle is cancelled with G80?

    So you only specify an Initial Level...
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    Well, if you look again, you will see that I was...

    Well, if you look again, you will see that I was asking the question of ChipSplitter who didn't specify an Initial Level with a Z coordinate.
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    There you go; a Copy and Paste from Fanuc and...

    There you go; a Copy and Paste from Fanuc and HAAS Manuals respectively:

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    Hello jancollc, Some specify the TRC Offset in...

    Hello jancollc,
    Some specify the TRC Offset in the Start Blocks of the Tool Operation and because its Modal, don't specify it in the TRC Start Up Block. I always like to see the TRC Offset specified...
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    So what's the Z coordinate of the Initial Level,...

    So what's the Z coordinate of the Initial Level, the Z position from which the cycle is launched and returned to?
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    Hello Slablocal, What are you saying with your...

    Hello Slablocal,
    What are you saying with your above reply to CNC Hacker. Is the above action with G17 specified, or is that how your issue is being presented, because that is different to how you...
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    Hello jancollc, It doesn't belong, but as Tool...

    Hello jancollc,
    It doesn't belong, but as Tool Radius Offsets when specified are Modal, if the OP's issue is being caused by the D address being specified, it would also occur if it happened that...
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    I've not seen the approach specified as in the...

    I've not seen the approach specified as in the above code example, except when the programmer has made an error. Notwithstanding that this Thread relates to a HAAS control, if the above code was run...
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    There is absolutely nothing wrong with...

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with programming X and Y in the Cycle Block. Its common to position the spindle at the location of the first position during the the approach when applying the...
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    Holly Crap. That's absolutely amazing and so...

    Holly Crap. That's absolutely amazing and so unique.

    I've been kicking this idea around for awhile; a lathe with what would equate to a, well lets call it "Y" axis; do you think that would fly?
    ...
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    Of course. I wasn't aware that anything else had...

    Of course. I wasn't aware that anything else had been suggested. The scallop height varies with the Feed Rate for a given size TNR in Turning. The finer the Feed Rate and therefore the smaller the...
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    In terms of Surface Finish, that combination of...

    In terms of Surface Finish, that combination of TNR and Feed Rate will be fairly rough at 7.83µm, and hence, the scallop height. The result with both inserts in your example will be a coarse finish....
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    Yes, that TNR and Feed Rate would achieve a...

    Yes, that TNR and Feed Rate would achieve a reasonable surface finish, but tool life using a 0.008" TNR in 4140 is not going to be great. Further, for the same Surface Finish, the IPM Feed less and...
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    Hello Rob, I think some are confusing actual...

    Hello Rob,
    I think some are confusing actual Surface Finish with the shine of the cut surface of the material. Surface Finish in turning is simply a relationship between Feed Rate and the TNR being...
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    The point of tangency on the Tool Radius for a...

    The point of tangency on the Tool Radius for a given surface is the same irrespective of the Trailing Angle of the insert being used. The OP's workpiece appears to be parallel, therefore, the point...
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    Hello Kevin, It comes with its own programming...

    Hello Kevin,
    It comes with its own programming language, which is pseudo BASIC. It can also be programed using VB if you want to have a Visual Interface for programming purposes.

    This...
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    Hello Max, The following picture is of a part...

    Hello Max,
    The following picture is of a part machined on a client's Mori with Yasnac MX3, three axes machining centre that I set up with a Forth Axis controlled by a Galil Servo Controller. It was...
  18. I don't see any M49, so I suspect that you mean...

    I don't see any M49, so I suspect that you mean G49. Removing the M01 is going to achieve Zero with regards rectifying any issue with a Tool Change. In fact, its common and good practice to have M01...
  19. So where does a radius of .275 instead of .250...

    So where does a radius of .275 instead of .250 even come into it? Of the three circular moves you have shown in your listed program in Post #1, the first Radius is 0.49999925", rounded to the Least...
  20. Hello rb1, With regards to your first issue...

    Hello rb1,
    With regards to your first issue (Tool Rad Comp), you can only omit an address of the Circular Interpolation Vector pair (any pairing of I,J and K) if the address value is Zero. It may be...
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    Hello sinha. Similarly, nowhere in the Fanuc...

    Hello sinha.
    Similarly, nowhere in the Fanuc manual is it mentioned that G53 will stop Look Ahead. These are workarounds that individuals have stumbled across in the passing of time. In quite early...
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    Hello ChipSplitter, A correction to my previous...

    Hello ChipSplitter,
    A correction to my previous Post is required.
    "at the Absolute Z10.0 position will be -124.523", should be "at the Absolute Z10.0 position will be -114.523"; I omitted to take...
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    Hello ChipSplitter, For the most part, the Fanuc...

    Hello ChipSplitter,
    For the most part, the Fanuc and Haas User Macro language can be considered the same. Local, Common Volatile and Common Nonvolatile Variables are the same. Many of the System...
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    Mtndrew, Rob, you're Witty, F'ing Bastards....

    Mtndrew, Rob, you're Witty, F'ing Bastards. TeachMePlease, you're a Clever, Poor Bastard, or a Clever C_ _ _t. There ya go fallas, complements all round.:D

    Best regards,

    Bill
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    With your comments, all you're doing is...

    With your comments, all you're doing is exhibiting your total lack of experience and knowledge. Views of a Thread approaching 4K in 5 days is a goodly number. I doubt that its due to any fascination...
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