I have asked this same question in other forum areas but I keep coming up dry... I have enroute 3.3 and want to generate usable g-code for my 1991 fanuc drill mate - T model 10 with fanuc 0Mb control, but the post they provided doesn't work well. Here is a copy of the details from my other threads:
I have a 1991 Fanuc Drill Mate - T model 10 with fanuc 0Mb control, I am trying to get scanvec amiable to write me a post for enroute pro 3.3 but they want an example of perfect code to compair to. I have been learning alot but so far am unable to write a sample program that is exactly correct. I am wondering if any of you guys have the same machine I have and could let me borrow a simple part program and the drawing and specifics to the part so I could recreate it in the enroute software for compairison. I only need a hole or two and a square with radiused corners and maybe a pocket millout to use as an example. I have determined that the machine doesn't like the % sign at the begining of the program and that it likes a short REM line at the begining of the program to kick off comunications without overflow error. Any help with this would be greatly appreaciated and the thank-yous would flow unceasingly from my keyboard!
Sorry to hear about your problem with Enroute. I myself have been waiting for them to write my post, to work with a Centroid system , since
January 2006. So the only advice I have is to get a book and get MS Office-
Word and you can quickly edit your G code by creating some macros and calling the functions up with M codes. Or if you were lucky they actually wrote you a post. Hope They did , Todd