G code Quick Reference

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04 Jan 2013 22:22 #28379 by BigJohnT
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I've created a G code quick reference that is organized by modal group. This just a quick reference not a replacement for the docs. I just find it faster to navigate to the code I forgot a parameter for.

Enjoy
John
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05 Jan 2013 17:03 #28395 by Rick G
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Nice work John, I think that does make it easier to find the codes faster!

Rick G
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11 Jan 2014 06:38 #42594 by fannlow
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Hi and thanks for the references, its plenty helpful!

need to also know if these linuxCNC "G" & "M" codes are the same we saw over fanuc?

because I'm trying to edit the original or generic fanuc 3x, 4x, 5x in the masterCam X7.
looking over the .pst files that is in existance with the software pack, it seems some of what they are adding to the file is not actually needed by linuxCNC.

that's why I'm asking if anything else is difference or at least that I know what linuxCNC needs and doesn't.
that way, I can edit the post processors to output the correct paths and codes to linuxCNC so I don't have to re-edit or delete out every post I made from masterCam X7.

many many thanks !
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11 Jan 2014 19:24 #42614 by emcPT
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There are many differences between the Fanuc code and the Linuxcnc one.
It also depends if you are talking about a milling machine or a lathe, or other.
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13 Jan 2014 00:23 - 13 Jan 2014 00:31 #42659 by fannlow
fannlow replied the topic: G code Quick Reference
Hi,
it will be on a mill machine.
currently running on 3 axis.

and another mill on 4 axis.

but, if I can use the mastercam x7 generic or fanuc processor then change it to the linuxCNC, it would be easier for me to follow the same format for all the other 4 or 5 axis.
posting the file or format here will also help others in need of finding or editing a post processor much easier.

but am needing to find out what's the main differences, example compensation or "G" numbers being different for other functions?
have tried out the previous EMC2 pp from mastercam v9, but turns out after upgrading it to X7, the linuxCNC has some "O" or "A" letters that are not required, as well as tool table calling and tool number.

hence, I'm thinking of just making it simple to format the pp.

let me know if you need any sample files from mastercam?
I'm uploading the generic and fanuc pp from the mastercam X7 here for references.

am still reading up on the things that was posted, lots of good information on this forum, still referencing them.
Last Edit: 13 Jan 2014 00:31 by fannlow.
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13 Jan 2014 00:32 #42661 by fannlow
fannlow replied the topic: G code Quick Reference
not sure why i am unable to post the generic fanuc 3x here...
if you need, please send me email.
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19 Jul 2016 09:24 - 19 Jul 2016 09:25 #77631 by cparsons
cparsons replied the topic: G code Quick Reference
Picking this up after a long absence and saw your G code quick reference link - looks to be very useful - but the links inside it appear to be broken?

Regards

Chris Parsons
Last Edit: 19 Jul 2016 09:25 by cparsons. Reason: typo
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19 Jul 2016 09:31 - 19 Jul 2016 10:02 #77632 by BigJohnT
BigJohnT replied the topic: G code Quick Reference
Yes the document links have changed since I made that up. It is fixed now. If someone can check them to make sure they all work that would help.

JT
Last Edit: 19 Jul 2016 10:02 by BigJohnT.
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19 Jul 2016 10:53 #77634 by cparsons
cparsons replied the topic: G code Quick Reference
I've just run it through a link checker and it has found 466 valid URL's and 0 invalid URL's so good job!

Thanks very much

Chris
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