Look into LazyTurn.
I have just recently started using NCPlot for Lathe work. I am running Mach Turn. I noticed that it was not displaying the G76 threading cycle properly and started reading. It appears that Mach uses a different format for G76.
In the G760.PRG file it refers to a 2 line format and all of the “Word” letters are different. Mach uses a single line format
By chance has anyone done the .PRG files for Mach ?
If so,would you share them?
And are there any others I should know about ?
Like I said, I am just starting out on CNC lathe and need all the help I can get !! ( That would be NCPlot )
Thanks in advance
If you need reference
Page 33 describes the G76 cycle
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I am not sure I understand your reply or perhaps you misunderstood my request.
I am using Mach turn. It works fine and threads fine. What I am looking for is a way to get NCPlot to plot the G76 move correctly. NCPlot keeps the info for these canned cycles in .PRG files. However Mach turn uses a different format for the G76 call and the plot is incorrect. I am just looking for a way to get NCPlot coordinated with Mach.