Mill G code Generator

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25 Sep 2013 19:14 #39176 by BigJohnT
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0.9.3

Everything is done except for the rigid tapping

JT
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26 Sep 2013 20:18 #39220 by BigJohnT
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Version 1.0 is the latest.

All the hole making ops should be functional. I've not tried any yet but will do so today. If anyone else could test this out it would help.

Thanks
JT
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28 Sep 2013 20:51 #39320 by BigJohnT
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Version 1.1 I added a couple of calculators.

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29 Sep 2013 21:08 #39347 by BigJohnT
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Version 1.2 added more info and made the enter key tab to the next widget on some pages.

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30 Sep 2013 17:38 #39382 by Rick G
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Hey John,

Nice having a drill/tap reference guide, the speed/feed calculators and g code generator all in one spot. Looks like you added more to the g code.
Would it be possible to have the x and y coordinates in the same order that they are input instead of reversed?

Rick G
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30 Sep 2013 18:07 #39386 by BigJohnT
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Yep I just have to change one word from prepend to append. I had thoughts about that too after playing with it.

Is there anything that seems missing?

JT
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30 Sep 2013 19:27 #39390 by BigJohnT
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Version 1.3 is the latest.

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07 Jul 2018 17:56 #113696 by Studi
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Hello, Big John,
the pictures show a good selection of predefined cycles, very interesting. However, the link at the beginning of the post is inactive.
Runs with Gmocappy?
Is there another access to this data?
kind regards Studi
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10 Jul 2018 23:27 #113979 by BigJohnT
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Link is updated, runs as stand alone or with Axis, not sure how Gmocappy works.

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12 Jul 2018 21:02 #114087 by Grotius
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Hi John,

A question.
My goal is to load a dxf directly into linuxcnc.

I see ezdxf can do some work. It can make a dxf file and make a line in the code example.
import ezdxf
dwg = ezdxf.new('R2010')  # create a new DXF R2010 drawing, official DXF version name: 'AC1024'
msp = dwg.modelspace()  # add new entities to the model space
msp.add_line((0, 0), (10, 0))  # add a LINE entity
dwg.saveas('line.dxf')

In g-code the same line looks like :
G01 X0 Y0
G01 X10 Y0

In short, it looks like if you want to load a dxf file into linuxcnc, you must synchronize this to g-code due a text file. Also
inverting a g-code to dxf is possible this way.

Do you know anyone has done this before in python? I saw your name somewhere in the dxf2gcode project.
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