Re: #GCODE #gcode
Ok, if I read this right, you want to know if you need an automatic tool changer to use pcb-gcode?toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The answer to that is NO, pcb-gcode outputs separate gcode files for etching, drilling, milling, etc.
The drill file will have multiple drill sizes in it, and you need to have a method of setting the Z0 for each drill size.
I have customized my user-gcode.h to do tool changes and uses a touch pad for tool length compensation.
At 11/1/2019 05:59 PM, Gregory Wood wrote:
If one does not have automatic tool change can the output be just etching or drilling. So if ran twice with different option each operation can be done independently? > On Nov 1, 2019, at 4:23 PM, Art Eckstein via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > ï»¿My understanding is it uses the internal files and spits out the Gcode according to which profile you use. You do not export the gerber or drl files at all. > > Country Bubba > > At 11/1/2019 05:03 PM, @nigel7557nigelwright7557 via Groups.Io wrote: >> How does GCODE work with Eagle ? >> Is it via the gerber files and drill file ? >> Or does it use Eagle internal files ? >> _._,_._,_ > > > >