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[Postproceesor] copy code block



I need to pasted after copy code block.

For example,


Is there a way?


Re: [Postproceesor] copy code block

This is sort of a "spring pass"?

There are a few ways to do this.

Personally, (and without more context) I would probably just make an instance of the operation in NX.

- associative (edit either & both update) or non-associative (as desired)

- I can see it in verification and simulation (using both internal toolpath & G code simulation)

- total machining time will be "more correct"

- allows better control of motion between passes


For doing it in the post, a ROUGH outline would include:

- you will need a UDE to flag which operations need it

- You will need to figure out (in the post) when to start & end "saving output lines", and set/clear a variable

- The best place to save the output lines would probably be in PB_CMD_before_output (save based on the variable)

- Then figure out where/when to output the copied lines (End of path?)


This may NOT be trivial, especially if there is a lot of variability of return/gohome motion between different programmers / operations.





Ken Akerboom Sr CAx Systems Engr, Moog, Inc.
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