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If I use the same tool now with a B-axis angle of 45 degrees, I want to define the check block in the output condition when the B-axis changes (example: B90) back to the machine origin (G53 X0 Y0 Z0)

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Currently I want to be able to judge the tool axis changes in the Output Condition.

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Gears Phenom

I think you would need to do something at the start of path.  This is where the tool axis has changed from the previous operation.

John Joyce, Manufacturing Engineer,
Senior Aerospace
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the opinion of my employer or any other member of the human race

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You will have to put this into first move event. (initial move only called after tool change, BUT you have to be careful if "Mill control" operation has the tool change but no motion).

Current tool axis is not available until initial/first move event.

"look ahead" (mom_nxt_* variables) also not available until then (well, they may be available earlier, but the values are bogus).

 

If you need the data earlier, you may have to write a separate post to read & save the first tool axis vector (or whatever) for each operation, then use that in the main post.  Run this (using MOM_run_postprocess) at "start of program"

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

 

Thank you for your help.

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Hi.Ken

OK, thanks for your help.Smiley Happy

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