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    Smile Running a probing cycle after a certain amount of parts

    Hi,

    Running some parts and using the probing system on a haas super mini mill 2 to measure some bores and other geometry. The problem is that it runs the probing cycles every part. Out of 50+ parts not a single one has been out of tolerance, so it measuring for no reason most of the time. I am a bit of a newbie so i do not know how to use control statements and other more advanced stuff. How can i create a program where it runs the probing cycles maybe every 10th part? 25th part? 50th part?

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    Re: Running a probing cycle after a certain amount of parts

    Block delete would be the simplest solution for you if you have no experience with program logic or macros. Just turn off the block delete when you want to do a measurement

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    Re: Running a probing cycle after a certain amount of parts

    COUNTER 1 for M30 is #3901

    ...
    #1=#3901 mod 10
    #2=#3901 mod 25
    #3=#3901 mod 50
    #4=#1+#2+#3
    IF [#4 NE 0] GOTO 1111
    (PROBING)
    ...
    N1111
    ...

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