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    complete list of G codes



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    http://www.machinetoolhelp.com/Appli...G-M-codes.html

    Just remember that different controls use different codes...

    (Note: The opinions expressed in this post are my own and are not necessarily those of CNCzone and its management)


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    need to G codes in general & specified machine

    Quote Originally Posted by Tebis
    where can i find one?
    I can tell U G codes for Fanuc 18M; in details these are
    G00 rapiad traverse poistioning ;Format G00 ,IP x.y.z
    G01 linear interpolationing;format G01 ,IP x.y.z.f
    G02,03 circular interpolation (cw,ccw) ;format G02,G03 ,IP x,y,z,i,j,k,r,f
    G04 dwell format G04 x,p X= seconds in decimal format,p= seconds in integers
    G09 exact strock check, using for check sharp edge corner.
    G14,15 Hexical interpolation for threading (cw,ccw)
    G17 xy plane selection
    G18 zx plane selection
    G19 yz plane selection
    G20 input in inches
    G21 input in mm
    G22 store stroke limits
    G23 stroe stroke limits
    G27 return to zero position
    G28 automatic to zero position
    G29 return to reference position
    G30 return to 2nd,3rd,4th reference position
    G40 cutter composition cancel
    G41 cutter composition left
    G42 cutter compositoin right
    G43 tool length offset positive direction
    G44 tool length offset negative direction
    G45 tool length offset increase
    G46 tool length offset decrease
    G47 tool length offset double increase
    G48 tool length offset double decrease
    G49 tool length offset cancel
    G60 single directional position
    G73 spot drilling cycle
    G74 reverse taping cycle
    G76 boring cycle
    G80 cancel fixedcycle
    G81 spost drilling cycle
    G82 peck drilling cycle
    G83 tapping cycle
    G84 to G89 boring cycle
    G90 absolute programming
    G91 incremental programming
    G92 selection of coordinate system
    G98 return to initial poinit
    G99 return to R point

    Note there are some otherkinds of Gcodes they are G50,G51,G72.1,G72.2 and so on depending upon the machines these all described in page are have U known? if U know ,let we 'll share the informations about the cnc and its perepharial device and softwares in furture.



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    Hi.It's not a complete list,you didn't mention about T purpose G codes,and could you say me,18M Fanuc support G15,G16 (polar coordinates) or not? We use 0M,they don't... By the way,full C codes MUST BE in any manual guide related to machine



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    Quote Originally Posted by ayezawwin
    I can tell U G codes for Fanuc 18M; in details these are
    G00 rapiad traverse poistioning ;Format G00 ,IP x.y.z
    G01 linear interpolationing;format G01 ,IP x.y.z.f
    G02,03 circular interpolation (cw,ccw) ;format G02,G03 ,IP x,y,z,i,j,k,r,f
    G04 dwell format G04 x,p X= seconds in decimal format,p= seconds in integers
    G09 exact strock check, using for check sharp edge corner.
    G14,15 Hexical interpolation for threading (cw,ccw)
    G17 xy plane selection
    G18 zx plane selection
    G19 yz plane selection
    G20 input in inches
    G21 input in mm
    G22 store stroke limits
    G23 stroe stroke limits
    G27 return to zero position
    G28 automatic to zero position
    G29 return to reference position
    G30 return to 2nd,3rd,4th reference position
    G40 cutter composition cancel
    G41 cutter composition left
    G42 cutter compositoin right
    G43 tool length offset positive direction
    G44 tool length offset negative direction
    G45 tool length offset increase
    G46 tool length offset decrease
    G47 tool length offset double increase
    G48 tool length offset double decrease
    G49 tool length offset cancel
    G60 single directional position
    G73 spot drilling cycle
    G74 reverse taping cycle
    G76 boring cycle
    G80 cancel fixedcycle
    G81 spost drilling cycle
    G82 peck drilling cycle
    G83 tapping cycle
    G84 to G89 boring cycle
    G90 absolute programming
    G91 incremental programming
    G92 selection of coordinate system
    G98 return to initial poinit
    G99 return to R point

    Note there are some otherkinds of Gcodes they are G50,G51,G72.1,G72.2 and so on depending upon the machines these all described in page are have U known? if U know ,let we 'll share the informations about the cnc and its perepharial device and softwares in furture.
    how would you write a drilling program?or tapping?



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    T1m6(tool 1)
    G0g90g43h1g54z3.0m8(g43 Mode, Work Coord1, Coolant, Offset 1 And 3in From Face)
    M3s2000(spindle At 2000 Cw)
    G0x0y0(rapid To Center Of Part)
    Z1.0(rapid To 1 In From Face)
    G81g98z-1.0r.1f5.k0(drilling Cycle, Return To Initial Point, Feed At 5, Rapid To .1 From Face,drill 1in Deep)
    G54x0y0(dead Center Of Part...drilling Here)
    G54x0y1.0(1in Up Part For Second Hole Same As First)
    M9(coolant Off)
    M5(spindle Off)
    G0g80z5.y7.(rapid Out Of The Way And Exit Drilling Cycle)
    M01(opt Stop)



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    T2m6
    G0g90g43h2g54z3.0m8
    M3s250
    X0y0
    Z1.0
    G84g98z-.85r.1f12.5k0(tap Same Holes We Just Drilled)
    G54x0y0
    G54x0y1.
    M9
    G0g80z5.y7.
    M5
    M01



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