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    How do I program a work offset in WinCnc. Do I use G54=X0. y0. or G54 X0 Y0, G55=X0 Y12 or G55 X0, Y12, etc. Do I need the "=" sign? Do you have any examples? Is there another method? I only have 3 stations.

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    Default Re: workspace (work offset ) in WinCnc

    ...I think you're looking for Tool Length Offset G43 and G49 to turn it off.
    http://www.wincnc.net/webfiles/CNC%2...nual_3.0r8.pdf
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    Default Re: workspace (work offset ) in WinCnc

    No, I'm looking for work offsets. I know how to use them in Mach3 but not in WinCnc. I don't think that they work the same unless I'm missing something. In Mach3, there is an offset table to put your work offsets in(G54-G59). Is there a similar table in WinCnc? In Mach3 you can use G10 & G59 to set the work offsets in the program. Can I do this in WinCnc? I actually tried this and it didn't work? Please help!!

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    Jim



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