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Threading +M-code Fanuc.

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Threading +M-code Fanuc.

Good day to everyone. I can't figure out how to add an additional M-code when threading both with axial threading and with a drive tool (Fanuc).

Code for manual control "Doosan milling cutter/lathe with Fanuc 0i/31 icontrol" - 44059

T0202
(TAP M3 AX)
M8
G0 Z7.
X56. C-20.
G80
G0 Z2.
G97 S600 M129
G99
G84 C-20. Z-7.5 R-0.9 P1000 F0.5 M91
M92
C-160. M91
M92
C-240. M91
G98 G80
G0 Z7.
M43
M9
Example of an axial threading program:

M43
 T1000
G00 Z50.0
G00 C0.0
G98 M13 S300

G00 X115.0

M126  Add code to the postprocessor
M129
G4 X1.
G84 Z10.0 R-5.0 F525 M90
C120.0
C240.0
M127  Add code to the postprocessor
G80
G00 Z90.0 M15
M91

G28 U0.
M40
M30

 

Threading with the main spindle

 

T1000
G00 Z50.0
G98 M3 S300

G00 X0.

M122  Add code to the postprocessor
M129
G4 X0.
G84 Z10.0 R-5.0 F525 
M128  Add code to the postprocessor
G80
G00 Z90.0 

G28 U0.
M30

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