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Re: Parse error in CSE


I was afraid of that Thomas.


I'd like to try it just so I can rule it out for sure with my customer.  Can you point me in the right direction for getting started?  Beyond setting the drop down to Python, I'm not sure how to actually make it happen.





George R. Bennett
GRB Consulting
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Various NX versions from 6 to 9
Dell Precision M6700

Re: configurable parser concept

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Does anyone have any information concerning using Python to configure CSE files.


The output seems to be compiled and uneditable.


Trying to adapt a Fanuc Family controller to cope with a Mazak EIA output


Any help would be greatly appreciated



Andrew Jeffreys


Re: configurable parser concept


Not much - but I know that pyc's are compiled and py's are the source ones. If a py exists it will use that. As far as getting the py version - I am not sure how you can get them other than to ask GTAC. The parser used to be dll but now can be python. The parser turns G code into "metadata" that is the format that ccf/mcf need to interpret. If you have a complaint by cse about parsing - you have to modify the parser. Siemens is shipping python parsers now for okuma and fanuc. Siemens is still dll.

Windows 10 Pro

Re: configurable parser concept

What codes are you having a problem with? I happen to be just starting to look at this same thing. For most of what I have seen - the mitsubishi "fanuc-like" control is enough the same that I haven't run into a problem - but the tool number with a decimal point may be a problem.
Windows 10 Pro

Re: configurable parser concept

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With NX11.0 the Python parser concept is part of the NX Help documentation.

NX11 are shiped with *.py files for TNC, Fanuc and Okuma.



Thomas Schulz
Siemens PLM
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