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Mach4 PP need to be modified so that the spindle goes to a specific position I assigned.

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ysymidi
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Mach4 PP need to be modified so that the spindle goes to a specific position I assigned.

Hello,

 

I recently updated the PP to the latest version.

Before update, my PostProcessor sent the spindle to G53 Z0, and then G53 Y380.

But now it sends the spindle to G53 Z0 X0 Y0

 

What shall I change, to send the spindle to G53 Y380 at the end of the G-Code?

 

I attached the PP I use now.

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seth.madore
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If you create (and use) a Machine Configuration (even just a generic Autodesk created machine), you can edit the home positions of each axis, this would be the easiest way.


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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ysymidi
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In that case(Create a home position), I would have to assign Z, X, Y right?
But I don't want to move X. I just want to lift up Z, and move back(to Y380) so that I can easily change stock.

My previous PP worked this way, before I update the PP....

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