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    Does anyone have a "Cheat Sheet" for standard G Code formats? I think we all have the Fraction/Decimal/Metric/Tap charts hanging from our walls, but what about something like this example?

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    G83 X(location) Y(location) Z(finish depth) R(start depth) Q(pecking depth) F(feed speed)


    The references I've found list each seperately with lots of uneeded text or assume you know what the parameters can be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cp8071
    Does anyone have a "Cheat Sheet" for standard G Code formats? I think we all have the Fraction/Decimal/Metric/Tap charts hanging from our walls, but what about something like this example?

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    G83 X(location) Y(location) Z(finish depth) R(start depth) Q(pecking depth) F(feed speed)


    The references I've found list each seperately with lots of uneeded text or assume you know what the parameters can be.
    CP
    Do you mean...

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe2000che

    I would say not quite. What cp is asking for is more than just the description of each g-code. he wants the usage format for each G and M code. I could see where that would be nice to have too. Maybe someone who knows the codes inside and out can make one for the zone users.

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    I'm on it... I've got a pretty good start on one, and should have it polished up for general consumption in a day or two, if that's alright w/ everyone?



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    Heres a pretty good G&M Code EIA-274 reference by Dave of turbocnc, unashamedly copied from the Turbocnc Yahoo forum. Someone spent a lot of time making it into a pdf booklet print format. There's a txt version on the Files saction of the group too.

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    HomeCNC: That's exactly what I'm looking for. "Usage Format for each G and M Code" is a great way to describe it! I took a look at that PDF and that's the closest thing I've seen so far.

    While we're talking about it. Does anyone know of a good description/tutorial of using G02/G03? Maybe a little calculator program which gives radius with start and end ... or gives end and radius based on start and angle? I'd like doing G-Code be hand sometimes and I never get these right the first (second or third) time!

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    G'day chip
    Try AutoEditNC from:
    http://www.betatechnical.com/autonc.htm
    There is a good built-in calculator for angles, trig, arcs, speed and feeds, etc. very usful for beginners.
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    This is the "beautified" version of the list that I give to my shop; please note that there are both lathe and mill codes listed, as well as a few fanuc/fadal/citizen codes that may not be universal!

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    Well done mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldjohn View Post
    Do you mean...
    Thanks that was what I was looking for. Do you also have a chart for M codes? Thanks



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    This ain't pretty, but it's the best I got.

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