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    Default Biesse Rover A 1836 G FT Post Processor

    Hi,

    I have a "semi" working PP for the Biesse using Vertic Cut2d Pro. I had to edit the PP a bit to get it working and I can now make some cuts.

    I still need to change the code for the dust shoe, currently it stays up, does anyone know which variable controls the shoe.
    My Y-axis is also mirrored, I have tried to change the Y variable with a -1 in the post and this works for straight lines but not for arcs. Does any one know of a better way to mirror the Y in the post or what do I have to do to the code on the arcs to get them to line-up with the Y-1 fix.

    Will appreciate any help.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Biesse Rover A 1836 G FT Post Processor

    Hi,

    Nobody ... ?

    Does anyone maybe have the g-code and variable list for Biesse Rover CIX controller ? I have tried to change some of the variables to see if it will put the shoe down, but no luck. I got some information on the Vectric forum about a PCUF variable, but no matter where I add it to the code it makes no difference.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Biesse Rover A 1836 G FT Post Processor

    Hi,

    Ok, got the arcs sorted... When you change the Y coordinates in the variable section to -1 it works for straight lines. If you want the arcs to work to you have to invert the Clockwise and Counter Clockwise arcs too. If your Y is -1 you must use the G5 command with the CW and the G4 command with the CCW. You will also have to change the R value to -1. Normally CW is positive R but now you have to make it -R same with CCW the R now becomes positive.

    Like this:

    +---------------------------------------------------
    + Commands output for first clockwise Arc
    +---------------------------------------------------

    begin FIRST_CW_ARC_MOVE

    "[N] G5 R-[Radius] [X] [Y] [F]"

    +---------------------------------------------------
    + Commands output for clockwise arc move
    +---------------------------------------------------

    begin CW_ARC_MOVE

    "[N] G5 R-[Radius] [X] [Y]"

    +---------------------------------------------------
    + Commands output for first counterclockwise Arc
    +---------------------------------------------------

    begin FIRST_CCW_ARC_MOVE

    "[N] G4 R[Radius] [X] [Y] [F]"

    +---------------------------------------------------
    + Commands output for counterclockwise arc move
    +---------------------------------------------------

    begin CCW_ARC_MOVE

    "[N] G4 R[Radius] [X] [Y]"



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