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    Here is a short video I did on the CV setting in Mach 3. I have noticed some talk about this and wanted to share this with some of the new ones.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSc-HqewJN0
    Joey Jarrard

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    Thanks Joey. Also, new users should remember that the code generated by Aspire and Vcarve is incremental code. Unlike what was shown in the video, the IJ mode default in Mach3 is absolute. This will cause problems in many cases. Using the same configuration screen, the user should make sure that the IJ mode is set to incremental.

    An alternative to setting this mode is for the post processor to insert the code G91.1 into the header (thanks Guy). The version that I have for the Stinger II and Mach, however, doesn't do this. It's not a problem provided that you have the configuration screen in Mach3 set correctly as above.

    Richard

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    • #3

      I need to get on some more videos this was one i did some time ago. I will get on it when I find some time.
      Joey Jarrard

      US Router Tools
      888-720-TOOL (8665)
      www.usroutertools.com

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      • #4

        Originally posted by Richard Link View Post
        Thanks Joey. Also, new users should remember that the code generated by Aspire and Vcarve is incremental code. Unlike what was shown in the video, the IJ mode default in Mach3 is absolute. This will cause problems in many cases. Using the same configuration screen, the user should make sure that the IJ mode is set to incremental.

        An alternative to setting this mode is for the post processor to insert the code G91.1 into the header (thanks Guy). The version that I have for the Stinger II and Mach, however, doesn't do this. It's not a problem provided that you have the configuration screen in Mach3 set correctly as above.

        Richard

        Richard,

        Don't thank me, thank the manual. :D

        The only thing I did was read the manual and provided the theoretical portion to solving the problem. You provided the empirical part by running it on your machine.

        Guy
        :D Thinking outside the box is one thing, being able to accomplish what you think of, is another.

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        • #5

          This is a video with my projects

          Hello everyone,
          This is a video with my projects:
          SolidWorks - SolidCAM + postprocessor

          https://www.youtube.com/user/solidcamx

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          • #6

            This is a video with my projects:
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IOlrOsLyEU

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