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    Gentlemen:

    BC30 is producing code that my Haas TM1 objects to and I am unable to sort it out. The error is something like: "Error in J, K, I in G02 or G03". The fault comes up on line N12 of the attached post.

    In a related matter, I would like to begin the tool path from the opposite side of the part and progress in the opposite direction, but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to convince it to do so.

    Thank you in advance for your consideration and help.

    Glenn

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    Default Re: J, K, I Error

    Glen
    I think it has to do with your ucs being in the wrong spot. I had an error like that, and a ucs was created way off the table.
    Good luck chasing down gremlins.

    Cheers
    jc



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    Default Re: J, K, I Error

    j,k,i errors happen once in a while.Depending on what you are programming there are different ways to solve it.
    Simplest way is to un-check arc fit
    Produces more code,but your machine can handle it

    Planar tool path direction is controlled by what you pick as the degrees of your "Lace Angle"

    Having a .bbcd file of what your exactly doing will help lots more on both your questions



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    Default Re: J, K, I Error

    Gentlemen:

    Thank you for your help. It is much appreciated.

    How does one attach a .bbcd file? The system rejected it as an invalid file.

    I will try the arc fit thing first.

    Much obliged to you both,

    Glenn



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    Default Re: J, K, I Error

    To attach files, "Zip" them. Right click and send to-compressed archive.

    in your post, you can review lines 221, 222 and 223.... Maybe your controller wants to break arcs down a bit more.
    Line 446 makes them modal. Maybe it wants to see a value on every line.

    If 550 is anything other than no, then lines 319 and 320 need to be addressed.



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    Default Re: J, K, I Error

    Thank you. I will have a look at the post, but it doesn't take too much for me to be in over my head.

    I did get it to play nice by disabling the "arc fit".

    Best to all,

    Glenn



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    Default Re: J, K, I Error

    as far as starting point and direction ?

    it will be with "Lace Angle"

    also a combination of where you are at in the UCS

    try the uploading feature of a compressed file,,,will help a lot



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