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  1. Hello forum, I would like to know what is the STOCK TO LEAVE ON DRIVE and check entities parameters labeled as A and B. Thanks, S.Luong +++++++++++++++++++
  2. Thank you it worked. By the way, how do I use it for MP MASTER MILL POST of which I downloaded from this forum? It worked as the DEFAULT POST from MASTERCAM. On the other side, I would like to use the MPMASTER post of which I downloaded from this forum. Would you point it out? Thanks, S.Luong ================ORIGINAL POST CODES================== pwcs #G54+ coordinate setting at toolchange if wcstype = two | wcstype > three, [ sav_frc_wcs = force_wcs if sub_level$ > zero, force_wcs = zero if sav_mi9 = 1, workofs$ = sav_workofs if workofs$ < 0, workofs$ = 0 if workofs$ <> prv_workofs$ | (force_wcs & toolchng) | sof, [ if workofs$ < 6, [ g_wcs = workofs$ + 54 *g_wcs ] else, [ if haas, [ p_wcs = workofs$ - five #G154 P1 to P99 "G154", *p_wcs #g_wcs = workofs$ + 104 #G110 to G129 #*g_wcs ] else, [ p_wcs = workofs$ - five "G54.1", *p_wcs ] ] ] force_wcs = sav_frc_wcs !workofs$ ]
  3. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1sho-LSIRSidzAGMJcT_owp5zBg-IkJOc?usp=sharing Please help, S.Luong
  4. Hello, This is what I have done. The only I have is TRANSLATE not ROTATE. =========== gcode========= % O4631(A046-300011-REV00- OP1) (DATE=DD-MM-YY - 28-04-22 TIME=HH:MM - 07:51) (MCAM FILE - \\10.1.2.112\DEPT_SHARE\MANUFACTURING\PROGRAMS\OKUMA M560V CAM\A046-300011-REV00\SOURCE\A046-300011-REV00.MCAM) (NC FILE - C:\USERS\SLUONG\DOCUMENTS\MY MASTERCAM 2022\MASTERCAM\MILL\NC\A046-300011-REV00- OP1.NC) (MATERIAL - STEEL - 304 STAINLESS) ( T21 | 1/2 SPOTTER | H21 ) N100 G20 N110 G0 G17 G40 G49 G80 G90 / N120 G91 G28 Z0. / N130 G28 X0. Y0. / N140 G92 X0. Y0. Z0. ( SPOT 1X .550 THRU HOLE ) N150 T21 M6 N160 G0 G90 X-.2953 Y0. A0. S1500 M3 N170 G43 H21 Z1. N180 G98 G81 Z-.005 R.125 F1.5 N190 G80 ( SPOT 1X .550 THRU HOLE ) ======================================> missing G55 and XY locations here... N200 G98 G81 Z-.005 R.125 F1.5 N210 G80 N220 M5 N230 G91 G28 Z0. N240 G28 X0. Y0. A0. N250 M30 %
  5. I am only allowed 2.65KB to upload the file. May I have your email? Mine is [email protected] Hello, That's what exactly what I've done manually. I want to ultralize the TRANSFORM TOOLPATH. Thanks, S.Luong
  6. Hello everyone, I've been chasing my tail when using TRANSFORM TOOLPATH, TRANSLATE. I have 2 separate parts and want to pickup G54 and G55 for my own locations. However, somehow I got the G-CODES lumps 2 parts into 1 work offset. Would you guys please help me out and tell me what i've done wrong? ps: I am using the DEFAULT post to show the issue. Thank you. ========================== g-codes ================ % O4631(A046-300011-REV00- OP1) (DATE=DD-MM-YY - 28-04-22 TIME=HH:MM - 06:48) (MCAM FILE - \\10.1.2.112\DEPT_SHARE\MANUFACTURING\PROGRAMS\OKUMA M560V CAM\A046-300011-REV00\SOURCE\A046-300011-REV00.MCAM) (NC FILE - C:\USERS\SLUONG\DOCUMENTS\MY MASTERCAM 2022\MASTERCAM\MILL\NC\A046-300011-REV00- OP1.NC) (MATERIAL - STEEL - 304 STAINLESS) ( T22 | 1/2 BULL EM | H22 | XY STOCK TO LEAVE - 0. | Z STOCK TO LEAVE - .005 ) N100 G20 N110 G0 G17 G40 G49 G80 G90 / N120 G91 G28 Z0. ( LEFT - SEMIFINISH TOP SURFACE ) N150 T22 M6 N160 G0 G90 G54 X-1.5075 Y.3749 A0. S3500 M3 ===========> FIRST PART HERE AS G54 N170 G43 H22 Z1. N180 Z.125 N190 G1 Z.02 F10. N200 X1.2575 N210 Y.125 N220 X-1.2575 N230 Y-.125 N240 X1.2575 N250 Y-.3749 N260 X-1.5075 N270 G0 Z1. ( LEFT - SEMIFINISH TOP SURFACE ) ==================> second part here N280 X2.5775 Y.3749 ==================> second part here N280 G0 G90 G55 X-1.5075 Y.3749 A0. S3500 M3 ==================> G55 SHOULD APPEAR (I TYPED THIS BY HAND AND WANT IT TO SHOW LIKE THIS.) N290 Z.125 N300 G1 Z.02 F10. N310 X5.3425 N320 Y.125 N330 X2.8275 N340 Y-.125 N350 X5.3425 N360 Y-.3749 N370 X2.5775 N380 G0 Z1. N390 M5 N400 G91 G28 Z0. N410 G28 X0. Y0. A0. N420 M30 %
  7. Colin, How did you define "mi1S"? Thanks
  8. Colin, I went over the payments, I know that I learned from you about 3-4 hours per day and some 6 hours. We have nearly 30 payments.
  9. I have learned ONE ON ONE thru Colin, around 30 executive days (every Saturday, 3-4 hours a day). It's a bit of expensive but worth it. Now, I can mostly write any 3/4 Axis post, including lathe and mill turn. If you guys thinking to get learned about post thoroughly then learn from this man. Timing and money a bit of tough but if you are patient enough, you'll get all of his head into yours. It's just matter of time and willingness.
  10. Thank you for telling a true story. I don't tend complain things all I ask is help when I need help. People in here asking me why this why that, today you have answered of all the questions of those who asked me for years.
  11. I know it sounds stupidity but that is most of small shops in SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA are dealing with. BIG SHOPS, their post sometimes not as perfect as we expected but at least it's up to 95% or the daily work.
  12. Some of the CRAZY POST that they downloaded somewhere and not buying through professionally, it's just a MESS such as. Post out high speed toolpath without COOLANT, TAP CODEs were like OUT OF WACK, there are a lot of things that I can say when I work some work environment as everyone must have their perfect post and company's? Oh, no.. it takes for every to do by hand editing.
  13. Hello Collin, I really appreciated that you put some good words on me. I've been knowing you since 2015 and that is how my problem of post solved (most of the time). As you already know we are all CNC programmers and the owner just doesn't care about what we have done, they need the part on their desk the end of the day, PERIOD!!!! Some of my jobs that they gave a BAD POST PROCESSOR and expected me to hand editing nearly every single tool. California is super expensive as you already knew. 3 beds 1 bath = 1.2 million dollars that's mean the salary also have to pay more than other states. That is why the companies demand so much us. Not just knowing how to use MASTERCAM influence but also SOLIDWORKS. I am just lucky enough to know those 2 and using smoothly. Over the time, the work just demand us to self develop other software tools as well so we can compete to others. In California, if we don't step up, we are out of the game within a year or two. Sad but so true about, sometime I want to move out of state, guess what all my family are here. Either I get the job and keep up or getting fired by the next hire. ps: If the setup men cannot run the program that's the programmer's fault. I think that is how the way it works for everywhere though. Everything needs to be pictured, noted and attention to details as you see the bottom image of which my own setup sheet as well. Thank you Collin, S.Luong
  14. Hello CrazyMillMan, This is my very personal post, before I post anything out I always use mine to ensure everything is NO CRASH, COOLANT OFF, OR T1, H10, etc. After I see everything is OK then I use the company's post. It's just my PERSONAL CNC QC tool. Thank you for your comment CrazyMillMan, S.Luong

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