Breif history: Had my Haas TM3 for 7months, I have been manual machining for 23 years now with little cnc experience. Im still learning how to run my haas. My good friend does all the programing using BobCad v.22 (he has 20 years exp. with cnc's). But my deeply needed answer is for mirroring a program. He wrote a program for a part we are in the process of making which has a left and right side. He wrote the program using bobcad, we ran the first side, worked like a charm. He goes into parameters and mirrors the Y axis, and it also runs like a champ. But when you mirror the y axis the second part mills conventional instead of cline milling. So my question to him and anyone else is.... Surely to goodness there is away around it changing your program path direction. Please Please someone answer this for me so I can have a tech answer for him just ONE TIME.
Mirror one axis and yes, you convert climb to conventional milling; no way around that.
And you do not need to change any parameter just use G101 to mirror any axis and G100 to cancel mirror.
I think I can say you did not have any G02 or G03 in the code? Try using mirror on one axis when you have circular moves.
An open mind is a virtue...so long as all the common sense has not leaked out.