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M00 After tool change

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tomislavZVB8J
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M00 After tool change

Hi !

I need a help with postprocessor setup.

 

1) M00 must be after every tool change

     T15 M06

     M00

2)   G90 G17 and G21  in the beginn  of program must be removed 

 

3) M00 at the end of the operation must be at last place.

     N105 G0 Z110.
     N115 M9

     N120 M5

     N110 M0

 

 

 

 

...........before

 

%

N10 G90 G17
N15 G21

(SV 17)
N20 T1 M6
N25 S420 M3
N30 G54
N35 G17 G90
N40 M8
N45 G0 X1160. Y-80.
N50 G43 Z110. H1
N55 G0 Z100.
N60 G98 G81 X1160. Y-80. Z-20. R2. F70.
N65 Y-100.
N100 G80
N105 G0 Z110.
N110 M0
N115 M9
N120 M5

(GL 12)
N125 T27 M6
N130 S2000 M3
N135 G54
N140 G17 G90

.............

 

 

 

...........after

 

%

 

(SV 17)
N20 T1 M6

N21 M00
N25 S420 M3
N30 G54
N35 G17 G90
N40 M8
N45 G0 X1160. Y-80.
N50 G43 Z110. H1
N55 G0 Z100.
N60 G98 G81 X1160. Y-80. Z-20. R2. F70.
N65 Y-100.
N100 G80
N105 G0 Z110.
N115 M9
N120 M5

N121 M00

(GL 12)
N125 T27 M6

N126 M00
N130 S2000 M3
N135 G54
N140 G17 G90

.............

 

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kandennti
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thank you kandennti, it works perfectly !

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