Yes okay? Where then a remote control knows what must be the speed on G0? After all in g-really not specified the speed for G0.
The speed live spillovers on speed Hi and is speed G0. And in emotionaI setting can be ask different speed for out axles.
In G-really not that the speed G0? You seriously so think? This your reasoning or simply assumption? All perfectly that. Still since create G-code immediately same was such opportunity.
If would you were more alert, the’t read would my message and understood that the speed can be ask for G0 and through postprotsessor:
RAPID_RATE_MOVE = "G0 [X][Y][Z]F1800.0". Under this the settings remote on be ignored, so as the speed F listed directly in G-code programs.
If point to RAPID’s organs is RATE’s organs is move = "G0 [X][Y][Z]", then the speed will embark on from preset have a remote not from maximum speed, as you wrote, and from preset speed free movement of in remote. These the settings immediately act on all three axis simultaneously. Under this the speed G0 in G-code not listed, and stipulates the only a. So a remote control, seeing that in program not zaznacheno F-the speed for G0, himself will bring its.
Also there is option point to RAPID’s organs is RATE’s organs is move = "G0 [X][Y][Z][F]" - in this case the speed G0 will embark on from of last speed F displacement in program, whether G0, G1, G2 or G3. T. E. If in program we pointed submission in 500, and after this went rise such and displacement (G0), then the speed F for G0 will equal 500, and this propishetsya in G-code programs.
And Your, "Yes okay." Nor about than exemplified not say, you perishing sorry.
Back to my issue. Himself on him and found the answer, learning the manual postprotsessora artkama. So, for order to share speed G0 BMP with G0 Z need write the next:
RAPID_RATE_MOVE = "G0 [X][Y]F4500.0"
RETRACT_MOVE = "G0 [Z]F1800.0"
The first team sets the speed for BMP equal 4500, and the second team sets the speed rise of on Z equal 1800. Thus all is famously works.
Last edited by musicman3 (Jan 10 2016 02:02:23)