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I have to do this because my Nomad hangs with the latest software driver.
So, I just record the line number it hangs on, go backwards until I find the nearest tool down command, then edit out the gcode file lines in-between. I keep the startup lines at the beginning where it spins up the tool, then delete lines after that until the tool down line I previously mentioned.
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On Sep 13, 2018, at 11:31 AM, Art Eckstein <art.eckstein@...
Len,In my experience, the answer is "maybe" LOLA lot depends on the controller that your using to run the code. Some will do a decent job of starting in the middle of the code (as long as you don't try restarting in a G02 or G03 code. Start it at a G0 or G1).From what I have read Mach does not like starting in the middle of the code, but YMMV. Best way to find out is do a test run.Country BubbaAt 9/13/2018 12:14 PM, Leonard Wohlsdorf wrote:
Hi all, I guess I must be asking a unanswerable question. When I am using my gcode in the cnc program can I just rerun a portion of the code again without starting from the beginning? Anyone know if this is possible? Len