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CSE. "Jump" after G43.4

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

Hello!

Sorry, one "school" question..

 

I use fanuc OOTB cse-driver, classic.  CNC like DMG CTX1250, or MAZAK Integrex i400, C-table, B-head

 

T01 M06  -  tool change

G54

 

G0 X1000 Y1000 Z 1000  for example

 

G0 B-35 C-67   This moment very important - I want to rotate both rotary axises. Tool no motion at this moment.

 

G43.4 And here driver "remember" about tool tip control and JUMP TO NEW ROTATED POSITION.

 

How I can SWITCH ON G43.4 without motion?

 

Of course, I know coord before JUMP, I can recalc and set new coords inside G43.4 metacode - but may be you can advise more easy way?

 

 

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Re: CSE. "Jump" after G43.4

Phenom
Phenom
My guess is that it depends on what is behind the G43.4. If all it does is turn on the interpolation mode of the transformations with SetInterpolationMode "tcp_orimcs" I would not think it would move. The next axis position address would cause things to move according to the transformation stack. With OOTB there is a lot not visible so hard to say.
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Re: CSE. "Jump" after G43.4

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom
In my case G43.4 is SetInterpolationMode ori_mcs.

And when I use:
N234 G43.4
- just in this line head moved to rotated position

Later I add some images.

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