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    Default NET S code

    NET with M code is used

    .CoordMotion.Interpreter.SetMcodeAction(6, KMotion_dotNet.MCODE_TYPE.M_Action_Program_wait_sync, 2, 9, 0, 0, 0, Application.StartupPath & "\C_Program\Home\CambioUt.c")


    S code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fledge2b View Post
    NET with M code is used

    .CoordMotion.Interpreter.SetMcodeAction(6, KMotion_dotNet.MCODE_TYPE.M_Action_Program_wait_sync, 2, 9, 0, 0, 0, Application.StartupPath & "\C_Program\Home\CambioUt.c")


    S code?

    Thank you
    For c# using the '&' character to join 2 Strings is incorrect. Use a '+' sign instead. Also '\' characters need to be escaped.

    Use
    Application.StartupPath + "\\C_Program\\Home\\CambioUt.c"
    Or
    Path.Combine (Application.StartupPath, @"\C_Program\Home\CambioUt.c")



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    Default Re: NET S code

    Hi Fledge2b,

    What are you trying to do?

    What happens?

    I believe the S command is Action 10 not 6. 6 is M6 ToolChange

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    TK
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    Default Re: NET S code

    I'm developing a software vb net and used for tool change M6
    SetMcodeAction (6, KMotion_dotNet.MCODE_TYPE.M_Action_Program_wait_sync, 2 etc. Etc.

    instead for S
    SetMcodeAction (10, KMotion_dotNet.MCODE_TYPE.M_Action_Program_wait_sync

    S use ... SetMcodeAction ....... led me astray the function name
    OK thanks



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