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CNC Programing

G and M codes for CNC Mill

QuestionAnswer
G00 Rapid Travel
G01 Linear Travel
G02 Circular interpolation CW
G03 Circular interpolation CCW
M28 Machine Home
G40 Cutter comp off
G41 Cutter comp left
G42 Cutter comp right
G43 Tool height offset
G53 Machine POSITIONING COORDINATE, NON MODAL
G54 WORK OFFSET POSITIONING COORDINATE 1
G80 Canned cycle cancel
G81 Drill canned
G82 Spot drill canned
G83 Peck drill canned
G84 Right handed tap
G74 Left handed tap
G90 Absolute positioning
G91 Incremental positioning
G98 Return to initial plane before canned cycle start
G99 R plane in canned cycle
M00 Program Stop
M01 Optional Stop
M03 Start Spindle CW
M04 Start Spindle CCW
MO5 Spindle stop
M06 Tool Change
M08 Coolant On
M09 Coolant Off
M30 Program end and reset
M97 LOCAL SUB-PROGRAM CALL (SUB ROUTINE)
M98 SUB-PROGRAM CALL
M99 SUB-PROGRAM RETURN/LOOP
G70 360 Bolt Circle
G71 Bolt Hole Arc
G72 Bolt Hole Angle
I for G70 and G71 Radius of bolt circle
J for G70 and G71 Start angle
K for G71 Only used for G71. Angle between holes
L for G70,G71,G72 Number of holes to be drilled
G12 Circular Pocket CW
G13 Circular Pocket CCW
Pitch 1/n N=threads per inch
Minor Diameter formula O.D. - 2(single depth)
Single Depth Formula Internal .5413 x P
Single Depth Formula External .6134 x P
IPM RPM x # of teeth x chip load
G47 Engraving code
P0, P1, 32-126 for G47 P0 - literal string P01 - sequential serial numbers 32-126 ASCII CHAR
How do you show what is to be engraved? The info is between ( ). Not a man readable with G47.
L for G12 and G13 Loop
G04 DWELL
G73 HS PECK DRILLING CANNED CYCLE
G76 FINE BORING CYCLE
G85 BORE IN - BORE OUT CANCELED CYCLE
G86 BORE IN - STOP - RAPID OUT
M19 ORIENT SPINDLE
M50 EXCITE PALLET CHANGE
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