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PB M128 which the code is correct.

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Hello.
I'm trying to do postprocessor for the machine 5-axis. Why if inserting machine tool to nx is generated are different from the coordinates of the rotary axes. Please let me know which code is correct and why they are different.

 

 

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Re: PB M128 which the code is correct.

Legend
Legend

Hi mateu5,

 

This happen because the machine kinematics overlap the postprocessor kinematics and axis limits.

 To fix this issue you have 2 ways.

 First: add the lines below in the PB_CMD_before_motion

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Second: Edit the PB_CMD_revise_new_iks and uncoment the 2 lines below.

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I hope it helps.

Jean Marcel
PLMPRO
www.plmpro.com.br

Re: PB M128 which the code is correct.

Pioneer
Pioneer

So "without machine" code is correct?

Re: PB M128 which the code is correct.

Legend
Legend

Hi mateu5,

 

The both codes are correct.

But, if you dont't like the machine kinematics overlap the post kinematics and axis limits you need use one of the solutions above.

 

If your machine have a orthogonal rotary planes, the both solutions are valid, but if your machine have a non-orthogonal rotary planes, only the first solution are valid.

 

I hope its help.

Jean Marcel
PLMPRO
www.plmpro.com.br

Re: PB M128 which the code is correct.

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Pioneer

ok, now I understand what's going on. Thanks for the help

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