What is G01 code?
This G code provides for straight line (linear) motion from point to point. Motion can occur in 1 or more axes. You can command a G01 with 3 or more axes All axes will start and finish motion at the same time. The speed of all axes is controlled so that the feed rate specified is achieved along the actual path.
What is the difference between G00 and G01 in CNC M C?
G00 command is usually used for moves when machine travels from position to position above the material and when no cutting is applied. Speed at which this move will be executed is usually maximum speed of machine. G01 command activates linear motion of machine.
What is I and J in CNC programming?
The I and the J specify relative coordinates from the start point to the center. In other words, if we add the I value to the starting point’s X, and the J value to the starting point’s Y, we get the X and Y for the center.
Which type of code are G00 G01 G02 G03?
List of G-Codes
|Code||Description||Milling ( M )|
|GO2||Circular interpolation, clockwise||M|
|G03||Circular interpolation, counter clockwise||M|
What is the usage of M03 and M08 codes?
Not every number is assigned, and some M-codes, such as M06, are only used for machining centers and not lathes, and vice versa….Table 1 – M-Codes Commands Summary for Lathe Operations.
|M03||Spindle start forward CW|
|M04||Spindle start reverse CCW|
What is U and W in CNC?
On a CNC machining centre incremental and absolute are modal. That means when one is active it stays active until you programme the other. Now on a CNC Lathe it’s different. You just change your axis to U or W. You can remember this by its position in the alphabet UVW correspond to XYZ .