G00 G01 G02 G03 G04F G05 G06 G07 G08F# Rapid traverse. Rapid traverse uses linear interpolation at rapid transverse speeds on the SuperControl. Will produce a straight line. Linear Interpolation. The information contained in the block is used to produce a straight line at a specified rate. Circular Interpolation Clockwise. All four values must be listed. The I, J, and K valuesshould be incremental. Circular Interpolation Counterclockwise. All four values must be listed. The I, J, and K values should be incremental. Dwell time in seconds (3.1 format). Spline Marker - Begin Spline. Spline Marker - End Spline. Undefined. Arc Factor. Sets maximum circular speed. F values are integers valid from 0.1 up to 5. The machine defaults to G08F1 upon power-up. Ensure that if themaximum circular speed-factor is changed in the program that the factor is returned to F1 at the end of the program. The systems current setting for Arc Factor can be viewed by pressing CTRL + T (the dialog will appear for 10 seconds). Tangency Factor. F values are integers valid up to 40. Machine defaults to G09F1 upon power up. Ensure that if the tangency factor is changed in the program that thefactor is returned to F1 at the end of the program. The systems current setting for Tangency Factor can be viewed by pressing CTRL + T (the dialog will appear for 10 seconds). Cancels Mirror Function for incremental style programs. Be sure to return the mirrored axes to the position it was at when the mirror command was first issued before disabling with a G11. Mirror Function. Reverses thedirection of motion of the listed axes. This works best with incremental programs. If cutter compensation is being used within the mirrored commands the tool path will be on the opposite side of the tool path. Sample; G11X or G11XY 90° Clockwise Ellipse. 90° Counter-Clockwise Ellipse. Undefined.
G12 G13 G14-G16
G17 G18 G19 G20-G25 G26
XY Plane selection for CutterCompensation. XZ Plane selection for Cutter Compensation. YZ Plane selection for Cutter Compensation. Undefined. Axis Redirection (Axis Transfer). Redirects any commands from the first axis listed to the second axis listed. This command is commonly used with dual table machines to switch the Y commands between the first table (Y axis) and the second table (V axis). Axis Redirect must be implementedbefore calling any tool associated with an actuator. Fixture offsets must be executed first before activating Axis Redirect. Sample: G26YV.
Important: When using a G26 to redirect the heads, and to redirect dual tables, (on a machine with dual tables and dual heads) and a G27 is encountered (to cancel the redirection of the heads), you must re-issue a G26 to reactive the table redirect if thetable redirect is still required.
Cancels the G26 redirection command. Both Y and V must be at the same absolute position before issuing this command. This should be the same absolute position that existed when the G26 command was issued. Undefined. Cutter Radius Compensation OFF. Sample: G40. Note: This will turn off cutter radius only, it will not affect cutter length compensation.G28-G39 G40
Cutter Radius Compensation ON LEFT for single plane operations. Requires an active T value. Sample: G41 or G41T1. Note: This will not perform cutter length compensation.
Cutter Radius Compensation ON RIGHT for single plane operations. Requires an active T value. Sample: G42 or G42T8. Note: This will not perform cutter length compensation.
Cutter LengthCompensation OFF. (This will add a movement to the program) Sample: G43.
Cutter Length Compensation ON. Requires an active T value. (This will add a movement to the program) Sample: G44 or G44T5. Note: This will turn off cutter length only it will not affect Cutter Radius.
Normalize Specified Axes. Returns selected axes back to Machine Zero position. This command has an advantage...