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    Hey guys
    I have another question or rather I need a program.
    I currently have cast pasts on the machine which are very badly to touch due to their quality.
    The position always varies a little bit.
    I want to process them like that:

    Clamp part with pens to strike. Get neutral point and enter values ( pink drill hole)
    Then approach the twisting (red drill hole)
    Read it out with FN18
    Calculate with the correct twisting ( with CAM)
    Back into standard twist and process.

    I need a program for the future. We often have such parts...
    Sometimes the fixture construction is more complicated than the processing.
    Thats why its not all bad.

    Thank you!!

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    I’m a bit lost.
    What exactly do you want to do?
    Do you want to measure the position of the 2 red drill holes in relation to the pink drill hole?
    Or do you mean the angle?

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    True, it’s a bit confusing!

    The parts are always different. That’s why we have to approach the CURRENT state and calculate it so that it complies with the target state (drawing & program)

    Our parts are not lying on the machine how they should.
    We want to position them with cycle 401 but it doesn’t work. Unfortunately!

    We need a solution that we can program.
    We process on a DMG 70eVolution with a HDH iTNC530 - 340 422 11 SP5

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