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[Post Builder] Polar Interpolation set

Solution Partner Innovator Solution Partner Innovator
Solution Partner Innovator

Hi

 

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1. Version : NX11.0.2

2. Machine type : Millturn

3. Referencs : OOTB sim15_millturn_9ax

4. Question : Polar Interpolation (On code : G12.1, Off code : G13.1)

 

"Polar Interpolation" is a method of rotating the C-axis in the XY plane.

However, the current output is G2 and G3. I want to rotate to C value.

POLAR1.jpg

 

Thank you for your advice on how to set it up.

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Re: [Post Builder] Polar Interpolation set

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

hi

 

for example use UDE Lock - axis Y, 0 , plane XY.

So C will do the move.

 

Additional info - if there will be multiple C segments - import cmd combine rotary and implement it as its described.

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Re: [Post Builder] Polar Interpolation set

Solution Partner Innovator Solution Partner Innovator
Solution Partner Innovator

Hi

 

I have tried your advice.

However, I did not get the value I wanted

 

polar2.jpg

 

The required code block is shown below.

 

"G01 X9 C0"

"C180"

 

Is there any other way?

 

Re: [Post Builder] Polar Interpolation set

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

Angle or coordinate status check block(ON) , value  0

Any way for me it is working. Attached NC file.

Maybe you are using some strange PP.

 

And then probably you would not get one value C180, but multiple,  - importing combine rotary as mentioned comment above can fix it.

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#♫ PB, 5ax, itnc, nx, vericut ♫ #

Re: [Post Builder] Polar Interpolation set

Experimenter
Experimenter
Hi,

"G01 X9 C0"
"C180"

This code block is not polar interpolation

The two nc code output that you shown are corrects

Re: [Post Builder] Polar Interpolation set

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

Remember, in G12/G12.1/G112/G137/TRANSMIT mode

The "C" word is *NOT THE ROTARY AXIS* - it is the (virtual) "Y" coordinate!

 

If you want output like:

...C0

C180

 

You do NOT want to use G12/etc. mode

Ken Akerboom Sr CAx Systems Engr, Moog, Inc.
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
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