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  1. #13
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    thanks,got busy with another project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimAnderson View Post
    I think, yes, there is a lot of information here about your problem. Indeed, I saw several familiar to your question topics and specialists that are ready to do it for you. May be if you provide a little more details here, I will have enough knowledge to do it for you. But what is about the experience? Will you be sure that absence of any professional help like https://artscolumbia.org/category/death-penalty-essays/, for instance, is ok? I also had the same task and that is the reason I am here. And I’m asking you such details to find out if we have enough information to start. Or it is better to require anything additional from your tutor not to waste your time. Indeed, have you talked to your mates? Have they already started the task? May be they have not only more details but ways of how to complete the work as soon as you need and without any additional problems. Anyway, if the question is in the writing of the simple macros, it is the one task and result after all the activities. If it is not enough and demands more information, process or any other specifications, surely, the main thing here is requesting more data from any point of view. Thanks and will be waiting for your answer!
    Totally agree with you

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    It's spam.

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    Hi all
    this is my first post to this form (i joined yesterday) and i hope someone out there can help me with some macro programs.( i hope i posted in the right form)
    i only know a little about macro programs,i'm a g-code programmer.i searched the forms and found many macros,but they were all for milling machines or straight in machining....nothing going in on an angle in a lathe.i am machining a ....cone part!(nozzle tip)in the lathe and i need to put holes around the tip/cone
    on different angles/positions/hole diameters & different depths in the z-minus & x-minus directions(we do a lot of similar parts,macros will be the best).angle will be to the z axis.i will use one main program to turn the part and position for the macro with tool,spindle,coolant,start points ect already called up(radius comp either in the macro or call first?whats best?)i will then index my c axis and repeat for more holes,usually 1-3 holes per part.we have a nakamura sc 200 my machine with fanuc 21i-tb control. Free Plagiarism checker for students and college - https://noplag.com/plagiarism-checker/all of our programming is done in inches.i would like to have a drill peck cycle,helix mill cycle,and a circle mill cycle that can take multi-passes around arcing in and out of each cut.i would like to use rad comp on helix and circle.these are also small parts with hole sizes ranging from around .04"-.150",so there is not much room between the drill dia,e-mill dia & finish hole size.(example .047 dia. hole being drilled with .043 dia drill and milled to size with a .0394 dia e-mill.....just an example of one hole).i would like to have as many of the arguments met as possible that i will list in my g65 call.any help would be great...a complete working macro would be better.i am also new to these angled live holders,i am still waiting for my holders to come,but need to get the programming done ahead of time,so i'm ready to test when they get here.straight machining no problem but angled......gives me a problem.
    Thanks for bring this question, I would like to watch the answers here too.
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