G169 5-Axis Bore and Dwell Canned Cycle (Group 09)

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E - Specifies the distance from the start position to the bottom of the hole
F - Feedrate
P - The dwell time at the bottom of the hole
A - A-Axis tool starting position
B - B-Axis tool starting position
X - X-Axis tool starting position
Y - Y-Axis tool starting position
Z - Z-Axis tool starting position
caution: Unless you specify otherwise, this canned cycle uses the most recently commanded spindle direction (M03, M04, or M05). If the program did not specify a spindle direction before it commands this canned cycle, the default is M03 (clockwise). If you command M05, the canned cycle will run as a “no-spin” cycle. This lets you run applications with self-driven tools, but it can also cause a crash. Be sure of the spindle direction command when you use this canned cycle.

G169 5-Axis Bore and dwell Canned Cycle

A specific X, Y, Z, A, B position must be programmed before the canned cycle is commanded.

% (Bore and Dwell Cycle) ; T5 M6 ; G01 G54 G90 X8.4221 Y-8.4221 B23. A21.342 S2200 M3 F360. (Clearance Position) ; G143 H5 Z14.6228 M8 ; G1 X6.6934 Y-6.6934 Z10.5503 F360. (Initial Start position) ; G169 E1.0 P0.5 F12. (Canned Cycle) ; G80 ; X8.4221 Y-8.4221 B23. A21.342 Z14.6228 (Clearance Position) ; M5 ; G00 G28 G91 Z0. ; G91 G28 B0. A0. ; M01 ; %

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