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    Work offsets shift on sinumerik 828D

    Hi. I'm trying to shift the work offset in a program. I have tried using g10 g50 g52 g92 but none of them are supported by the controller. What else can I try? I guess I could change the machine variables directly, but this seems risky. Or I can add an x, y and z variable to all the coordinates in the program, but that is very tedious and I rather not. Any ideas? Thanks.

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    Re: Work offsets shift on sinumerik 828D

    Coordinate transformations (frames)

    From Siemens manual......
    Settable frames are the configurable zero offsets which can be called from within any NC
    program with the G54 to G57 and G505 to G599 commands. The offset values are predefined by
    the user and stored in the zero offset memory on the controller . They are used to define the
    settable zero system (SZS).
    See:
    ? Settable zero system (SZS) (Page 30)
    ? Settable zero offset (G54 to G57, G505 to G599, G53, G500, SUPA, G153) (Page 149)
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...o2JeKLLX1qoPxw

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    Re: Work offsets shift on sinumerik 828D

    That's it. Thanks a lot. Simply trans z-18 does it.

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