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CNC position to zero

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mail5773G
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CNC position to zero

Hi,

 

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I have 1 big building instruction. And I want all parts to CNC separate. All parts are 2d Contour.

But after setting up 1 part, the enitre plan is the stock now. And all references are relative to that stock

 

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(01)
T1
S27000 M3
G54
M8
G0 X527.983 Y327.445
Z22
G1 Z12 F750
Z8 F200
Z0.08
X527.989 Z0.049 F750
X528.007 Y327.446 Z0.023
X528.033 Z0.006
X528.063 Y327.447 Z0
X528.143 Y327.449
X528.174 Y327.456
X528.199 Y327.474

 

What do I have to change so the job starts at X0 Y0?

 

Rob

 

 

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Message 2 of 7
seth.madore
in reply to: mail5773G

Couple of things;

1) You should be creating a Setup and selecting only the bodies that you are going to machine in that given setup

2) You'll likely not see "X0 Y0" in your program, but it will be close to it, depending on where you set your WCS


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 3 of 7
mail5773G
in reply to: seth.madore

So, the only option is to give every object it's own setup?

 

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Message 4 of 7
seth.madore
in reply to: mail5773G

No, not one body per Setup, but only as many bodies as you intend to cut. 


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 5 of 7
mail5773G
in reply to: mail5773G

I want every body to have it's own cutting speed (depending on the type of wood). And I want to be able to machine every object on it's own. Not 5 or 10 objects in 1 time (job)

Message 6 of 7
jscott6SWZG
in reply to: mail5773G

K so a set up defines a zero point and the direction of the axes.

A tool path defines which body you want to machine.  It also defines the tools feeds and speeds

An nc program contains one or more tool paths

 

so one set up, multiple tool paths, nc program with one or more tool path

Message 7 of 7
jscott6SWZG
in reply to: jscott6SWZG

Oops bodies are defined in set up. So multiple set ups
So zero maybe the same for all setups or per each set up your choice

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