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    Cutter comp number match

    I did. It is from tool and still post out the same. Has to be embedded in code somewhere.
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    Cutter comp number match

    I did. Still posts to tool number not diameter offset number given.
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    Cutter comp number match

    Good Morning all, I am posting out a threadmill to cut 3 different size threads so I want to use 3 different "D" numbers. in the operations I give the three operations a D125, D126 & D127 respectfully. When I post out code all three are using the same number, the tool number. I have reposted with different machine posts and it posts fine. My question (took long enough) Does anyone know where in a post it forces the "D" number to match the tool number. Thanks
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    Work shift offset issue

    Good Morning All, We have two different horizontal machines. One works fine, the other... not so much. We have a job that needs two work offsets. G55 & G56. One machine posts out great the other posts out the same but will not post the G56 at rotation, it remains at G55. The machines are different and comparing the posts is useless due to the differences. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    I can not seem to find this?
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    Hello all, Hoping one of the MasterCam Gurus' has an answer. Using MasterCam 2019, milling. When we make an multiple operations for a part and then transform the operations to other parts on the fixture ( all the same parts) all works great. If we need to alter something in one of the operations all other operations tied to it highlight. "Quite annoying" It never did this on earlier versions. Question; Is there a setting somewhere to stop the highlighting of all? Thanks
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    Canned lathe cycle issues

    It is the same as yours.
  8. Hi Guys, Hoping someone here can help. Our lathe programmer has been manually changing this forever and I'm sure its a quick fix. Please see below. O0000 (SC250) (01/18/19) N1G50S1500M8 G0T0101M03S200(CNMG-431 .0156 TNR.) (ROUGH TURN) G96S350 G0X-3.25Z.03 G71U500R.02 G71P100Q110U-100W30F.0075 N100G0X-.9777 G1Z-.0053 G2U-.005W-.0022I.0156K-.0204F.001 G1U-.0183W-.0091F.0075 G2U-.015W-.0182I.0181K-.0181F.001 G1Z-.537F.0075 X-2.1478 G2U-.0133W-.0009I0.K-.0256F.001 G1U-.9044W-.1211F.0075 G2U-.038W-.0248I.0066K-.0247F.001 G1Z-.87F.0075 X-3.25 N120G0Z.03 M9 G28U0W0 M30 % This is how it posts out. He manually changes the N120 to N110 to match the canned cycle. Anyone know how to have it post out 110
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    Lost custom right click menu

    Hi Guys, Hope all had a good holiday. After the long weekend, I got in this morning and fired up MasterCam only to get a butt-load of errors. It would appears someone dragged/dropped something on the server that should not have been. Can someone tell me what the file for the custom right/click menu is named and where it is stored? I may be able to straighten things out from there or make it worse... Thanks
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    Adding a tool holder to surfacing operations

    and how do I alter the below? 3.82 = The meaning of life... X-9 Mill Level 3, Solids, MultiAxis X-9 Lathe X-9 Wire
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    Adding a tool holder to surfacing operations

    Also for me "Pardon my ignorance but can you please explain this further"? I'm using 2019" newer tree style parameter dialogs?
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    Adding a tool holder to surfacing operations

    Yes, as do I. I was hoping there was an easier way.
  13. Good Morning all, I'm sure there is but ? After I make a surfacing or high feed operation. Is there an easy way to add the tool holder I want? Most other operations allow it in the parameters area but not the ones in question. Thanks
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    figure chip thinning

    I start with the high-feed speeds/feeds from this Mfg. cat. and tweak from there. Never failed me "Yet" supermill-catalog.pdf

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