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Editing a post to change where coolant turns on

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Editing a post to change where coolant turns on

I'm trying to change where my programs turn on coolant to avoid spraying the machine windows right as the tool is coming down. I've looked at some videos on editing post processors but I can't figure out what I need to edit to change the order of operations. I've attached a copy of the post I'm using.

 

This is the position for the M8 command I'm looking for.

(Drill1)
T1 M6
S5000 M3
G17 G90 G94
G54
G0 X0.0197 Y0.0197
G43 Z0.3994 H1
M8
G0 Z0.1994
G98 G81 X0.0197 Y0.0197 Z-0.5006 R0.1994 F20.
G80
G0 Z0.3994

 

 

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Message 2 of 7

Hi,

Moved as requested, see attached.

 

Also a  short vid on basic post mods

 

Message 3 of 7

Hi

I also want the M08 and M09 commands to be on the lines I marked. How can I do it.

m08-1.PNGm08-2.PNG

 

 

Message 4 of 7

Did you watch the Video in my post above?

 

That explains how to modify the post to move the coolant commands

 

 

Message 5 of 7

Yes, I watched it, but you adjusted the HAAS post. My post is FANUC. The post gives an error in your method.
Message 6 of 7

Ahh yes,

 

The process is similar but the Fanuc post has turned out to be much trickier as it has a different format.

 

I can get the M08 to after the Clearance height but not after the retract height, I don't think this is possible(At least i don't know how to do it)

 

M09 is now before the M05

alaasW8M6T_0-1704783620360.png

 

 

Message 7 of 7

amazing, thank you very much.

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