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16 Jun 2013 05:50 #35698 by andypugh

Nick wrote: I have no experience working with them...
Are there any standard subroutines for lathe machining?


Have you seen my (no G-code) system?
www.linuxcnc.org/index.php/english/forum...0-lathe-macros#34357
(Feel free to use, ignore, alter, improve)

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16 Jun 2013 07:31 #35701 by Zahnrad Kopf
Pages 52 - 113 in here, I believe - PDF

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18 Jun 2013 03:22 - 18 Jun 2013 03:26 #35755 by Nick

andypugh wrote:

Nick wrote: I have no experience working with them...
Are there any standard subroutines for lathe machining?


Have you seen my (no G-code) system?
www.linuxcnc.org/index.php/english/forum...0-lathe-macros#34357
(Feel free to use, ignore, alter, improve)


Thank you! That looks amazing! I'll try to find something useful there :)!

Zahnrad Kopf wrote: Pages 52 - 113 in here, I believe - PDF

Are that Gcodes supported by LinuxCNC?
I have not found them in Gcode reference from LinuxCNC...
Last edit: 18 Jun 2013 03:26 by Nick.

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18 Jun 2013 05:44 #35759 by BigJohnT

Nick wrote:

Zahnrad Kopf wrote: Pages 52 - 113 in here, I believe - PDF

Are that Gcodes supported by LinuxCNC?
I have not found them in Gcode reference from LinuxCNC...


No, that has nothing to do with LinuxCNC, as you know Nick only the G codes in the LinuxCNC manual are supported.

JT

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18 Jun 2013 05:59 #35761 by Zahnrad Kopf

BigJohnT wrote: No, that has nothing to do with LinuxCNC, as you know Nick only the G codes in the LinuxCNC manual are supported.
JT


Guilty, as charged. My apologies. I took his question -

Are there any standard subroutines for lathe machining?

in a literal sense and did not even think to wonder about LCNC specifically. That said, I'm kind of shocked that LCNC does not support G71 and the like... such a standard kind of thing... I better read some more. Wow.

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18 Jun 2013 06:24 #35763 by BigJohnT
Even G0 is not handled the same way with all controls... so never assume.

JT

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20 Jun 2013 02:54 #35815 by Nick
Hi,

I've found a bug, but do not know where is it, in linuxcnc or in it's docs
The docs says:
#<_x> - Return absolute machine X coordinate. Same as #5420.
(here www.linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/gcode/o...ub:system-parameters )

But if we run the following code we have got (0,0) all the time. So it looks like #<_x> is relative coordinates.
Can somebody check it on other versions of linuxcnc?
My is 2.6.0-pre...
G54

G10 L2 P0 X0 Z0
G1 X0 Z0 
(DEBUG,  xy: #<_x>, #<_y>)

G10 L2 P0 X10 Z0
G1 X0 Z0 
(DEBUG,  xy: #<_x>, #<_y>)

G10 L2 P0 X20 Z0
G1 X0 Z0 
(DEBUG,  xy: #<_x>, #<_y>)

M02

PS We have a lot of new results on Features.
A lot of interface improvements and new subroutines for lathe. :)
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20 Jun 2013 03:02 #35816 by BigJohnT
I think that is only on Master and not on any branch.

JT

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20 Jun 2013 05:04 #35817 by Nick
And what's about #5420-5429? Are they all the same?

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20 Jun 2013 19:43 #35838 by BigJohnT
It could be a typo in Master as I doubt the numbered parameters have changed behavior from the 2.5 branch.

5420-5428 - Current Position including offsets in current program units (X Y Z A B C U V W)


JT

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