How to tell UCCNC where the machining limits are?

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Re: How to tell UCCNC where the machining limits are?

Postby delta21@gmail.com » Tue Jan 07, 2020 3:12 am

So believe I got a step further.

Hope you guys can confirm what I found out.

- Fusion will let me determine the size of the work piece (how big is the Aluminum piece).
- Fusion lets you chose the XYZ stock box point.
- UCCNC will understand the XYZ stock box point as ZERO ALL. Right?
- This XYZ stock box point will be reflected in UCCNC by a blue cone. Right?
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Re: How to tell UCCNC where the machining limits are?

Postby ger21 » Tue Jan 07, 2020 11:52 am

UCCNC does not "know" where the zero point in Fusion 360 is. G-Code is just a set of coordinates. UCCNC just follows the coordinates in the g-code. It doesn't "know" anything, but what the g-code tells it.
In UCCNC, zero is wherever you set it.
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