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1 G-Code Fundamentals

2 Numerical Control (NC) Defined Electronics Industries Association (EIA) standard defined as “a system in which actions are controlled by direct insertion of numerical data at some point.” ……machines controlled by electronic systems designed to accept numerical data and other instructions usually in a coded form.

3 NC System Definitions Absolute Programming – all tool motion is derived from the origin of the part. – G90 Incremental Programming – Next tool movement is relative to the previous position. – G91 Machine/Tool Home Position – Internal machine reference typically used to initialize the system

4 NC System Definitions Floating Zero – Ability to set the machine zero to a location on a part relative to the parts datum(s) – Work Offset Coordinate Shift – The ability to shift the machines home position to set a zero point for a particular part. G54 – 59

5 NC System Definitions Cutter Compensation – The ability to adjust the cutter location with offset values in the controller. The adjustment may be necessary due to tolerance issues associated with cutter condition, material problems, or program utilization (ex. family of parts) – G40, G41,G42

6 Common G-Codes G00 – Rapid positioning in mutual directions (X,Y,Z,A,B) G01 – Linier Interpolation – Needs a feed rate command to execute (F) G02 – Circular Interpolation Motion CW – R value or I and J center point values of circle Full arc or quadrant input G03 - Circular Interpolation Motion CCW

7 Common G-Codes G20 – Inch Input G21 – Metric Input Canned Cycles – A predefined string of variables which allows for a predetermined sequence of events. This programming method serves to simplify input as well a reducing program size. – Examples G81 Drilling, G83 Peck Drilling, G80 Cancel Canned Cycle

8 Common M-Codes M00 – M01 Program Stop / Optional Program Stop M02/M30 – End of Program / EOP Rewind M03 – Spindle On CW M04 – Spindle On CCW M05 – Spindle Stop M06 – Tool Change M08 /09 Coolant On/Off

9 Other Common Addresses S – Spindle speed (CS or RPR) – Lathe G96 F – Feed rate input N – Program Line Number Reference – Motion Line O – Program Line – Tool Change Line / Safe Starting Point On Some Machine Tools

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