G107 Cylindrical Mapping (Group 00)

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*X - X-Axis command
*Y - Y-Axis command
*Z - Z-Axis command
*A - A-Axis command
*B - B-Axis command
C - C-Axis command
*Q - Diameter of the cylindrical surface
*R - Radius of the rotary axis

* indicates optional

This G code translates all programmed motion occurring in a specified linear axis into the equivalent motion along the surface of a cylinder (as attached to a rotary axis) as shown in the following figure. It is a Group 0 G code, but its default operation is subject to Setting 56 (M30 Restores Default G). The G107 command is used to either activate or deactivate cylindrical mapping.

• Any linear-axis program can be cylindrically mapped to any rotary axis (one at a time).
• An existing linear-axis G-code program can be cylindrically mapped by inserting a G107 command at the beginning of the program.
• The radius (or diameter) of the cylindrical surface can be redefined, allowing cylindrical mapping to occur along surfaces of different diameters without having to change the program.
• The radius (or diameter) of the cylindrical surface can either be synchronized with or be independent of the rotary axis diameter(s) specified in the Settings 34 and 79.
• G107 can also be used to set the default diameter of a cylindrical surface, independently of any cylindrical mapping that may be in effect.

G107 Description

Three address codes can follow a G107: X, Y, or Z; A, B, or C; and Q or R.

X, Y, or Z: An X, Y, or Z address specifies the linear axis that will be mapped to the specified rotary axis (A or B). When one of these linear axes is specified, a rotary axis must also be specified.

A or B: An A or B address identifies which rotary axis holds the cylindrical surface.

Q or R: Q defines the diameter of the cylindrical surface, while R defines the radius. When Q or R is used, a rotary axis must also be specified. If neither Q nor R is used, then the last G107 diameter is used. If no G107 command has been issued since power-up, or if the last value specified was zero, then the diameter will be the value in Setting 34 and/or 79 for this rotary axis. When Q or R is specified, that value will become the new G107 value for the specified rotary axis.

Cylindrical mapping will also be turned off automatically whenever the G-code program ends, but only if Setting 56 is ON. Pressing RESET turns off any cylindrical mapping that is currently in effect, regardless of the status of Setting 56.

Cylindrical Mapping Example

While R is suitable for defining the radius, it is recommended that I, J and K are used for more complex G02 and G03 programming.

% O61071 (G107 CYLINDRICAL MAPPING) ; (G54 X0 Y0 is in center of rectangular slot) ; (Z0 is on highest point of cylindrical surface) ; (T1 is a .625 in. dia endmill) ; (BEGIN PREPARATION BLOCKS) ; T1 M06 (Select tool 1) ; G00 G90 G40 G49 G54 (Safe startup) ; G28 G91 A0 (Home A axis) ; G00 G90 G54 X1.5 Y0 (Rapid to 1st position) ; S5000 M03 (Spindle on CW) ; G107 A0 Y0 R2. (Cylindrical mapping on) ; (Move to A0 Y0, Part has radius of 2 inches) ; G43 H01 Z0.1 (Activate tool offset 1) ; M08 (Coolant on) ; (BEGIN CUTTING BLOCKS) ; G01 Z-0.25 F25. (Feed to depth of cut) ; G41 D01 X2. Y0.5 (Cutter comp on) ; G03 X1.5 Y1. R0.5 (CCW cutting move) ; G01 X-1.5 (Linear cutting move) ; G03 X-2. Y0.5 R0.5 (CCW cutting move) ; G01 Y-0.5 (Linear cutting move) ; G03 X-1.5 Y-1. R0.5 (CCW cutting move) ; G01 X1.5 (Linear cutting move) ; G03 X2. Y-0.5 R0.5 (CCW cutting move) ; G01 Y0. (Linear cutting move) ; G40 X1.5 (Cutter comp off) ; (BEGIN COMPLETION BLOCKS) ; G00 Z0.1 M09 (Rapid retract, Coolant off) ; G91 G28 A0. (Home A axis) ; G107 (Cylindrical mapping off) ; G90 G53 G49 Z0 M05 (Z home, Spindle off) ; G53 Y0 (Y home) ; M30 (End program) ; %

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