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    I don't have that in my file. Here is a partial output of what I have in the file.

    N0000 (Filename: crossTHCPost.tap)
    N0010 (Post processor: MP1000-THC.scpost)
    N0020 (Date: 17/02/2010)
    N0030 G20 (Units: Inches)
    N0040 G53 G90 G40
    N0050 F1
    N0060 (Part: cross)
    N0070 (Process: Plasma, Outside Offset, 0, T0: Plasma, 0.06 in kerf)
    N0080 M06 T0 F65 (Plasma, 0.06 in kerf)
    N0090 G00 Z0.1575
    N0100 X-0.7418 Y-0.4227
    N0110 Z0.1500
    N0120 G28.1 Z0.12
    N0130 G92 Z0.0
    N0140 G00 Z0.0520
    N0150 G92 Z0.0
    N0160 G00 Z0.1000
    N0170 M03
    N0180 G04 P1
    N0190 G01 X-0.6540 Y-0.3748 F65
    N0200 X-0.3368 Y-0.3748
    N0210 X-0.3368 Y-1.3131
    N0220 G02 X-1.2828 Y-0.3748 I0.3210 J1.2697
    N0230 G01 X-0.6540 Y-0.3748
    N0240 M05



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanghyd View Post
    I don't have that in my file. Here is a partial output of what I have in the file.

    N0000 (Filename: crossTHCPost.tap)
    N0010 (Post processor: MP1000-THC.scpost)
    N0020 (Date: 17/02/2010)
    N0030 G20 (Units: Inches)
    N0040 G53 G90 G40

    N0240 M05
    What you showed was the output from your post processor. Look at the N0010 line. Your post processor is the MP-1000-thc.scpost. The post is found in the program files folder under Sheetcam, posts. Open it with notepad and and change the refdistance to 99999 also.
    I opened the post on my machine and it looked like this:

    dist = 9999999
    refdistance = 99999* scale
    --Put your switch offset value here
    switchoffset =.052
    lastz = 0
    end.

    This is also where you set the switchoffset(from earlier post) for your cut height. Change the .052 number to correspond to your needs.

    Good luck
    Mike



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    Just to add - there should have been an ez-Router post that came with your machine. Probably makes no difference which one you use...my machine does the same thing you described and I'm using the ez-Router post (I think).



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    You are right. I found mine.

    dist = 9999999
    refdistance = 10* scale
    --Put your switch offset value here
    switchoffset =.052
    lastz = 0
    end


    I will change it and see how it goes.
    Thanks.



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