🤔 no. force g I have not tried to insert it. thank you for your interest. tomorrow I try and I can tell you the result
my homemade machine uses the 6-axis edingcnc card
g-code generic iso (fanuc slightly modified).
but using the relay output of the spindle to feed the laser, obviously the spindle turns on at the beginning of the g-code and in the rapid ones it remains on. T2Laser is very (very) very interesting as a software but it didn't have (or I didn't find it) the option for G-code with M5 G0 x... y.. z.. and M3 G1,2,3 x... y... z...
if you can tell me that postprocessor resembles the fanuc and has these settings nothing prevents me from re-evaluating it as laser engraving software.
I solved not using T2Laser but a CAM of mine (engraving) modifying a post-processor (fanuc) according to my needs. Now M5 is added to each line G0 ... M3 is added to each line G1, G2, G3.
Thanks anyway for the availability and the answer
hello, I have a self-made cnc with EDINGCNC board (6 axes). now it is used as a 4-axis milling machine but I would like to support the 10+ laser,
I now discover (in simulation with T2Laser) that I can't get the laser to turn off between two pieces to be cut. So two simple figures are linked together when the word G0 (destination) is not preceded by M5 and then G1 preceded by M3 ... do you know how to set M3 and M5 in G0 and G1?
I've been trying for a week
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