Example Using Start Thread Angle Q

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G92 X-1.99 Z-2. Q60000 F0.2 (60 degree cut) ; G92 X-1.99 Z-2. Q120000 F0.2 (120 degree cut) ; G92 X-1.99 Z-2. Q270123 F0.2 (270.123 degree cut) ;

The following rules apply to the usage of Q:

  1. The start angle, Q, must be specified every time it is used. If no value is specified then a zero (0) angle is assumed.

  2. The angle of threading increment is 0.001 degrees. Do not use a decimal point in the entry; for example, a 180° angle must be specified as Q180000 and an angle of 35° as Q35000.

  3. The Q angle must be entered as a positive value from 0 to 360000.

In general, when multi-threads are being performed it is a good practice to achieve the depth of the threads at a uniform level across all the threading angles. One way to achieve this is to make a sub-program that only causes the Z-axis to move for the different angles of threading. After the sub-program has finished, change the X-axis depth and call the sub-program again.

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