Quote from dsherburn on June 12, 2019, 11:41 pm
I know how to load a position into an offset (for example 55) but how do I load (use) the offset in Masso before I run a program? Is it something I do from the MIDI window?
Quote from Breezy on June 13, 2019, 12:58 am
Also you place G55 in your gcode and all following code is referenced of that location.
Typing G55 into the MDI will make all following manual commands reference that location but if you run a program that has placed G54 in as default this will override your manual setting.
If you are using Fusion 360 to generate your gcode you can tell it which G offset you want to use in the Setup dialog WCS tag. Offsets 0,1 are G54 and 2 onwards is G55 onwards.
Quote from TayloredTech on June 13, 2019, 1:04 am
Awesome info thanks Arie,
Do you use Fusion and Aspire? I could use a man with your Gcode and camming talents. do you have Insta or another messaging service?
I do have a frustrastion with Masso I'm not sure if it's just my lack of knowledge or not.. possibly you could help. I will make a new post and tag you if that's ok.
Quote from dsherburn on June 13, 2019, 1:08 am
Thanks Arie, I use Vectric Vcarve Pro. It looks like the answer is to insert the offset in the G code. Which is fine, but I was hoping to keep the G Code generic and use the offsets in a manual fashion to move the part around as material and clamping dictated.