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CSE. Non-trivial G03\02 motion..

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
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After CSYS rotation (like G68.2, PLANE) I try to use helix mtion, G03 X Y Z

but - I see error message.

Whats wrong? Non_TRIVIAL_G03.png

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Re: CSE. Non-trivial G03\02 motion..

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Hi Chigishev,

 

Try to use the FanucFamily.CCF from NX 10.0.3 OOTB Sim08.

I made some tests with this CCF and the helical motions is working fine.

 

I hope it helps.

Jean Marcel
PLMPRO
www.plmpro.com.br

Re: CSE. Non-trivial G03\02 motion..

Pioneer
Pioneer

I'm having this problem also in NX12.0.2.9. I have the most up to date CCFs from this NX version. The code in question is:

 

G17

G03 X.2449 Y-.1554 Z-.071 I-.29 J0.0 K-.0159

 

I've also tried:

 

G17

G03 X.2449 Y-.1554 Z-.071 I-.29 J0.0

 

This alarm is the same as Chigishev showed above. getmotiontype() = "CircularLeft". I'm not even sure what a user-defined motion profile would be? If I click through the alarm, the motion executes properly, but it's not acceptable to have the customer dealing with that alarm. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Re: CSE. Non-trivial G03\02 motion..

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hi,

 

the system expects with an G2/G3 call the circle interpolation on a plane. When you program X, Y, Z coordinates within the G2/G3 call you define the circle endpoint in the 3d space but not in the plane. I´ve not checked it but how does the real control behaves with 3 coordinates for the circle endpoint? I would guess you get a error message as well.

 

Hope that helps

 

Thomas

Re: CSE. Non-trivial G03\02 motion..

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Solution Partner Phenom

Hello!

Really, I am a topic starter for this discussion, but - sorrry - I cannot remember my solution!! May be solution was SetWorkingPlane....

Re: CSE. Non-trivial G03\02 motion..

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom
Of course, for G17 you no need K. Check previous point before G03 motion and definitions for I and J.

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