Xbox Shilling Plugin (Multi mode) Documentation

Xbox Shilling Plugin (Multi mode) Documentation
XboxShilling - Ver. 1.0.4
Written by: T. W. Shilling
Written On: 29 MAR 2012
Last Modified: 15 MAY 2012
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Contents
PREFACE .......................................................................................................................................... 4
DISCLAIMER..................................................................................................................................... 5
CHANGE LOG ................................................................................................................................... 6
1.
Overview ................................................................................................................................. 7
2.
Software .................................................................................................................................. 8
3.
2.1.
Mach 3 .............................................................................................................................. 8
2.2.
Direct X – XXX or Newer ................................................................................................... 8
2.3.
.Net Framework 3.5 of Newer.......................................................................................... 8
2.4.
XboxShilling.dll Plugin ...................................................................................................... 9
Setup ..................................................................................................................................... 10
3.1.
4.
Mach 3 Plugin Config...................................................................................................... 10
Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 12
4.1.
Controller Preview ......................................................................................................... 12
4.2.
Mode .............................................................................................................................. 12
4.3.
Copy ................................................................................................................................ 12
4.4.
Left (thumb) Stick / Right (thumb) Stick ........................................................................ 12
4.4.1. Axis Selection and MPG mode .................................................................................... 12
4.4.2. Invert........................................................................................................................... 13
4.4.3. Linearity ...................................................................................................................... 13
4.4.4. Dead zone ................................................................................................................... 14
4.4.5. L-R / U-D Value ........................................................................................................... 14
4.5.
Left and Right Trigger ..................................................................................................... 14
4.5.1. Safety .......................................................................................................................... 14
4.5.2. Feed Percent ............................................................................................................... 15
4.5.3. Linearity ...................................................................................................................... 15
4.5.4. Dead zone ................................................................................................................... 15
4.5.5. Value ........................................................................................................................... 15
4.6.
Buttons ........................................................................................................................... 15
4.6.1. Macros ........................................................................................................................ 15
4.6.2. OEM ............................................................................................................................ 16
5.
Status Screen......................................................................................................................... 17
6.
Modes ................................................................................................................................... 18
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7.
Conclusion ............................................................................................................................. 19
Appendix A – OEM Codes ............................................................................................................. 20
Figures
Figure 1 - Enable Plugin................................................................................................................. 10
Figure 2 - Plugin Settings Menu .................................................................................................... 11
Figure 3 - Pluin Config Form .......................................................................................................... 11
Figure 4 – Linearity........................................................................................................................ 13
Figure 5 - Dead Zone, 20% ............................................................................................................ 14
Tables
Table 1 - Satus Screen ................................................................................................................... 17
Table 2 - Gamepad Mode Selector ............................................................................................... 18
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PREFACE
Mach 3 is a Windows based CNC controller. Using it to interface with a CNC often requires the
use of a mouse and keyboard. Simple jogging, edge finding and referencing can be made
comber sum by this digital interface. In addition, especially on larger machines, having to return
to these input devices to trigger different functionality can add substantial delay in the
production process. A wireless solution would allow the user to take the interface with them. If
this controller had amble digital and analog inputs it would allow for convenient, precise and
expeditious machine manipulation. The XBOXTM Controller for Windows by MicrosoftTM
provides all of this functionality in a cost effective and readily available package. This document
covers the setup and use of the XboxShilling Mach 3 plugin. This plugin allows a wired or
wireless Xbox controller to directly control Mach 3’s motions, states and functions.
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DISCLAIMER
This software is provided as is and I assume no responsibility for any outcome of its use.
All information within and referred to is released to the public domain with the express
wish that references to Shilling Systems are left intact and the LOGO not removed.
Copyright (c) 2012 Tim W. Shilling (www.ShillingSystems.com)
XboxShilling is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either
version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
XboxShilling is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
To get a copy of the GNU General Public License see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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CHANGE LOG
Document Revisions:
Delineated by black line in left column.
Software Revisions:
Version 1.0.0:
 Initial Release
Version 1.0.1:
 Adjustments made to Config Form Display for Various Resolutions
 Minimum .NET framework reduced to 2.0
Version 1.0.2:
 Removal of if(OEM 999 | OEM 804) run check, replaced with if(OEM 804)
 Fix to Safety Lockout. Original, even if both safeties were off, would still take into
account the safeties’ feed rate in calculations.
Version 1.0.3:
 Motor Deceleration added allowing motors to come to a smooth stop when input is
stopped or reversed.
 of if(OEM 999 | OEM 804) re-added as no effects were found on last version
 Code(“DOJOG”) and Code(“ENDJOG”) added
Version 1.0.4:
 General optimization of Code
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1. Overview
The XboxShilling plugin for Mach 3 is a very versatile interface for your CNC machine. The
Xbox controller itself has two analog thumb sticks, one four direction gamepad, eight digital
buttons and two analog triggers. The wireless version has a range of approximately 30 feet
and accepts rechargeable batteries. A wired version is also available and is supported by
this plugin. The interface between the controller and your computer is via a USB wireless
receiver that is provided when you purchase your controller. The controller and plugin
allow you to configure four different modes or configurations. These four modes are
selectable via the controller and allow for up to 32 different digital inputs and the control of
up to 6 axis in either a linear or MPG simulated mode.
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2. Software
The XboxShilling plugin requires four pieces of software:





Mach 3
o www.MachSupport.com
Direct X – 9.1 or newer
.NET Framework 2.0 or newer
Microsoft XBOX Controller Drivers
o www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/xbox-360-controller-for-windows
XboxShilling.dll
In order for this interface to work all four pieces must be installed and setup.
2.1. Mach 3
Mach 3, is available from Artsoft at www.MachSupport.com. A trial version is
available with limitations and a full version for purchase. For further details on it and
its setup, please refer to the wealth of information available on its website. For this
document it is assumed the user already has experience with Mach 3.
2.2. Direct X – 9.1 or Newer
The second piece of software required is Direct X – 9.1 or newer. This handles the
software interface between the controller and your computer. Specifically, the
subcomponent XInput is used which was specifically designed as an easy interface
with the Microsoft Xbox Controller. Most computers will already have this installed
but if it doesn’t, it is freely available from Microsoft and should be downloaded as a
complete package. Follow the install and you should be good to proceed.
2.3. .Net Framework 2.0 of Newer
Most modern computers will already have the .Net framework installed. If you do
not have version 2.0 or newer, you will need to download it from Microsoft and
install it.
2.4. Microsoft XBOX Controller Drivers
If you purchased a wireless controller, this should come on the included CD.
Otherwise, please download and install it from the link above.
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2.5. XboxShilling.dll Plugin
You most likely have already downloaded the plugin. It should have come along with
this document, if not, go download it now. There is no install, instead there is just
the *.dll file. This is a dynamic link library and is used to interface directly with Mach
3. All you need to do for Mach 3 to be able to find it is to copy the file into the
Mach3\PlugIns directory on your computer.
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3. Setup
3.1. Mach 3 Plugin Config
After your software has all been installed and components copied as needed in the
last section you can begin to setup the XboxShilling plugin. Begin by opening Mach 3.
Once open, click on the menu item, Config/Config Plugin. The plugin configs window
should appear:
Figure 1 - Enable Plugin
You will see a list of currently available plugins. Click the XboxShilling plugin so that it
has a green checkmark next to it. If the plugin doesn’t appear, then you most likely
did not copy the XboxShilling.dll into the Mach 3 plugin directory. Restart Mach 3.
When Mach 3 boots, if the plugin is enabled by the plugin configs screen, then it will
automatically start. You should see a small window appear at the up left corner of
the screen. This is the controller Status window. If the controller is not connected, it
will be two black rectangles; otherwise it will show some other appropriate status.
Please see the Status window section for further detail. For now, ignore it and click
on the menu item, Plugin Control/XboxShilling:
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Figure 2 - Plugin Settings Menu
This will open the Config Dialog for the XboxShilling plugin. At this time, connect you
controller. Ensure the controller’s USB dongle is plugged into your computer and
press and hold the silver button in the middle of your controller with a green X on it.
In a second or two the flashing green lights will go solid and should show controller
#1 as connected. If not, ensure that the USB cable is connected and a green light is
shining on the wireless dongle. Then ensure the controller is fully charged or has a
new battery installed.
Figure 3 - Pluin Config Form
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4. Configuration
There are lots of options available for the configuration of your controller. Your settings are
stored each time Mach is shutdown. These setting are automatically reloaded the next time
Mach is opened. Your settings are stored in the currently active Mach profile xml file. This
means that you can have different configurations for different profiles, say between your
lathe and your mill, or mill and your router. You can bring up the configuration screen
through the “Plugin Control\XboxShilling” menu.
NOTE
Whenever the Config screen is displayed an E-STOP condition will be set and no actions by
your machine should occur.
4.1. Controller Preview
On the right of the config screen is a preview of your controller’s state. All buttons
are displayed with their current state. If the controller is unplugged the entire
controller will be grayed out. When connected, if a digital button is pressed, it will be
evident in this display as being pressed. These buttons are A, B, X, Y, Start, Back, the
left and right Shoulder buttons and the thumb stick depression buttons. The triggers
and thumb sticks are analog devices. They will move as you move these inputs,
however they will only highlight (In orange) when their inputs would affect your
machine.
4.2. Mode
The mode dropdown box allows you to select one of four modes for configuration.
When the mode is changed the other settings on the page will be updated with that
modes information. When you change modes, press apply or close the plugin form,
the mode changes are saved.
4.3. Copy
Copy is simply a tool to copy the configuration of the currently selected mode to
another. Usually the user would configure one mode how they want it and copy it to
all other modes. Then make the changes on the other modes as needed. This allows
the user to easily setup common functions like the safety triggers for all modes.
4.4. Left (thumb) Stick / Right (thumb) Stick
4.4.1. Axis Selection and MPG mode
The left and right (thumb) sticks are two dimensional analog inputs. They can be
configured to control one or two axis (X, Y, Z, A, B or C). The axis that are
controlled by these sticks are determined by the left to right (L-R) and up to
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down (U-D) dropdown lists. Selecting a “-“ will disable the input in that motion
mode. If L-R is set to “X”, moving the stick left and right would move the “X”
axis. You can also configure the stick to act as an MPG (Manual Pulse
Generator). This means that moving the stick around in a circular motion along
the outside edge of the sticks displacement will move the axis proportional to
the arc length traveled by the stick. The axis this controls is selected with the L-R
dropdown. The U-D dropdown will be ignored in MPG mode.
NOTE
Selecting the same Axis multiple times on the same or other input stick within the
same mode will cause the axis to not be able to be moved. An axis can only be
selected for a single input per mode, not multiple.
4.4.2. Invert
The invert checkbox allows you to reverse the direction of inputs.
4.4.3. Linearity
Linearity allows you to gain more precise control over movements. Stick
displacement is raised to the power of the linearity setting. Meaning, if Linearity
is 2, a full deflection of the stick would result in a value of 100%. If only moved
half the distance (Between full deflection and dead zone) the resulting value
would be 50% to the power of 2, or an output of 25% (Figure 4 – Linearity).
Figure 4 – Linearity
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4.4.4. Dead zone
The analog inputs on the Xbox Controller have varying degrees of hysteresis, or
slop. This means they do not necessarily return to true center. To remove the
error this could cause, a dead zone value was implemented. Control outputs are
not made until the dead zone value is exceeded. As seen below (Figure 5 - Dead
Zone, 20%), the output is also scaled to be 0% at the dead zone value and 100%
at full deflection. When the output value is greater than 0%, the stick in the
preview image will be highlighted.
Figure 5 - Dead Zone, 20%
4.4.5. L-R / U-D Value
These are the display of the current controller input values with Linearity and
dead zone applied.
4.5. Left and Right Trigger
The left and right triggers are used to control feedrates and act as optional safety
switches.
4.5.1. Safety
The Safety dropdown boxes allow you to select how the safeties operate. This
configuration setting allows you to lockout certain function unless the
corresponding trigger is squeezed. For instance, if the safety is selected as
“Button”, pressing a button on the controller will do nothing unless the trigger is
depressed. This works equally as well for the thumb sticks, where if “Stick” is
selected, the controller cannot cause an axis to move unless the trigger is
depressed. Additionally, the safeties can be set to “Buttons and Sticks” which
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will not allow the controller to perform any actions unless the trigger is
depressed.
WARNING
Setting both Left and Right safeties to the same values causes either or both
triggers to allow activation. They do not both have to be depressed at the same
time for activation to occur.
CAUTION
Controller Mode selection is not affected by any safety setting and a mode
change will occur anytime the gamepad is depressed.
4.5.2. Feed Percent
Feed percent sets the federate of the system in percent of max axis velocity (Set
in motor tuning within Mach). This is the feedrate that will be used when the
trigger is fully depressed. An intermediate value will be used if the trigger is only
partially depressed. If both triggers are depressed at the same time, the system
will take the greater of the two as the desired feedrate.
4.5.3. Linearity
Linearity act the same for the triggers as it does for the thumb sticks.
4.5.4. Dead zone
Dead zone on the triggers operates identically to that on the thumb sticks.
4.5.5. Value
Value displays the current output of the trigger with Linearity and dead zone
accounted for.
4.6. Buttons
The Buttons section allows you to configure the function to be performed when one
of the eight available buttons is pressed. In the dropdown list you will find a list of
predefined functions. These are self-explanatory, such as “Zero All” or “Stop” which
usually have a corresponding button on your Mach screens. If a function you desire is
not available in this list, you can define a custom OEM code or Macro.
4.6.1. Macros
Selecting Macro from the dropdown list will enable a number box adjacent to it.
Input the desired macro number 0-9999 that you would like run when that
button is pressed. This is the same functionality you would have by entering M#
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(# = you macro number) into the MDI line. Please see Mach documentation for
how to write and implement macros in Mach.
4.6.2. OEM
An OEM code is a code built into Mach to execute a given function. There are a
large range of functions available. Selecting OEM from the dropdown list will
enable a number box adjacent to it. Input the desired OEM number 0-9999 that
you would like run when that button is pressed. Please see Appendix A – OEM
Codes for available OEM functions.
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5. Status Screen
The Status Screen is your visual display of the current state of the controller. It shows you
two things, the current mode of the controller (Top Block) and the state of the controller’s
power (Bottom Block).
Table 1 - Satus Screen
Mode Display
Not
Connected
Battery Display
Not Connected
Mode 1
Battery < 25%
Mode 2
Battery 25%-50%
Mode 3
Battery 50%-75%
Mode 4
Battery 75%-100%
Wired Controller
Unknown
The plugin stores the last location of the Status Screen at shutdown. When Mach loads, it
will restore the location of the screen automatically to the last known position. You have
two options for this screen. You can turn it off by unchecking the Show Status checkbox (1)
and you can change its transparency (2). All settings are automatically restored to their last
value at the start of each session.
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6. Modes
Four modes are selectable by the user via the controller. Each mode can be configured to
control the machine in different ways. For instance, Mode 2 could be set to only effect the
X axis, Mode 3, the Y, Mode 4, that Z and so on. In this way you can expand the I/O
capabilities of the controller four times and you gain a greater level of control over your
CNC system. Modes are configured via the Plugin Config screen and during operation are
selected using the 4 way gamepad on the controller. When you press the gamepad, either
up, down, left or right, it will select the corresponding mode and vibrate a given number of
times (Table 2 - Gamepad Mode Selector).
Table 2 - Gamepad Mode Selector
Gamepad
Vibrate
Gamepad
Vibrate
Mode 1
Once
Mode 3
Three
Times
Mode 2
Twice
Mode 4
Four
Times
The selected mode will be reflected on the Status screen and remains in effect until
changed. Mode is volatile and reset to mode 1 on Mach reboot.
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7. Conclusion
Hopefully this document introduced you to the XboxShilling plugin to a level at which you
can now begin to experiment. Please take care when using new settings and ensure the
machine operates as expected before performing any critical tasks. The controller offers a
wide range of functions and should provide a great deal of convenience to you and your
machine operators. On initial startup all setting will be set to off or at their lowest state.
Take some time when configuring to think through and plan how you will utilize your
controller. Pick it up and feel how different moves and controls operate, something’s will
feel more natural than others.
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Appendix A – OEM Codes
Description
Screen 1 select(e.g. Program Run screen)
Screen 2 select (e.g. MDI screen select)
e.g. Toolpath screen select
OEM Codes: 1-132
Code
1
Flood toggle
2
Mist toggle
3
Edit G-code
Description
Code
113
114
115
e.g. Positioning screen select
e.g. Diagnostics screen select
e.g. Corrections screen select
e.g. Tables screen select
Inc Inc
Inc Inc D
4
5
6
7
100
101
Zero radius DRO on X
Zero radius DRO on Y
Zero radius DRO on Z
Software limits
Touch button for Tool length offset
Tool Tab Save
116
117
118
119
120
121
Reset Int
Jog mode toggle
Goto Safe Z
Home Z then X then Y, A, B
Units
Mach coords
102
103
104
105
106
107
Fixture Tab Save
Torch Enable Toggle
Torch Cal Zero
Enc Load X
Enc To X
Enc Load Y
122
123
124
125
126
127
Feed raise
Feed lower
Spindle CW, reset THC height
Slow Jog Up
Slow Jog Dn
Description
108
Enc To Y
109
Enc Load Z
110
Enc To Z
111
Toggle Mill/Turn mode
112
Tool Path Toggle
OEM Codes: 133-172
128
129
130
131
132
Zero X Encoder
Zero Y Encoder
Zero Z Encoder
Tool Offset Tog
Fixture Off
Code
133
134
135
136
137
Description
reserved
reserved
Units/rev - Units/min toggle
Set this line as next to execute
Jog Follow
Code
153
154
155
156
157
Go Home
Part X Offset Touch
Part Y Offset Touch
Part Z Offset Touch
Part A Offset Touch
Part B Offset Touch
138
139
140
141
142
143
Joystick ON
Joystick OFF
Regen toolpath display
Zero X-Z to stock as defined in DROs (Turn)
Coordinate mode (G90/91)
Raise spindle speed
158
159
160
161
162
163
Part C Offset Touch
Tool X Offset Touch
Tool Z Offset Touch
Joy Throttle select
Touch Corr Enable Toggle
Auto Lim Override Toggle
144
145
146
147
148
149
Lower spindle speed
Laser Probe Enable Toggle
Zero laser grid at current location
Z inhibit toggle
Ignore Tool Change toggle
Close current file
164
165
166
167
168
169
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OverRide Limits
SS on Act4 Toggle
reserved
Description
Spindle CCW toggle
Parallel Port Encoder3 MPG Jog Toggle
Cycle axis controlled by MPG 1
150
151
Re-load last file
Jog increment cycle
152
Clear error label
OEM Codes: 173-213
Code
Description
173
Select Jog Increment 4
174
Select Jog Increment 5
175
Select Jog Increment 6
170
171
172
Code
194
195
196
Block Delete "switch" toggle
Optional Stop "switch" toggle
Offline toggle
Display Abs Machine coordinates
Display Work + G92 coordinates
Display Work coords (i.e. not with G92)
176
177
178
179
180
181
Select Jog Increment 7
Select Jog Increment 8
Select Jog Increment 9
Select Jog Increment 10
Feed override Off
Feed override Jog
197
198
199
200
201
202
??? Toggle Spindle actual
182
203
Home X, Home Z (Turn)
Select X for MPG 1
184
185
Feed override Feed
Jog mode Continuous (same as button
276)
Jog mode Step (same as button 275)
Select Y for MPG 1
Select Z for MPG 1
Select A for MPG 1
Select B for MPG 1
Select C for MPG 1
Select Jog Increment 1
186
187
188
189
190
191
Joystick On
Joystick Off
Clear Z tool offset (Turn)
Clear X tool offset (Turn)
Set stock correction to Zero (Turn)
Home X Home Z (Turn)
206
207
208
209
210
211
Select Jog Increment 2
Select Jog Increment 3
Description
Show recent G-code files list
Display history
192
Home X (Turn)
193
Home Z (Turn)
OEM Codes: 214-253
Code
Description
214
Output 4 OFF
215
Output 5 ON
204
205
212
213
Code
234
235
Load G-code
Tool flip toggle (Turn front/rear toolposts)
Z-inhibit ON
Z-inhibit OFF
Port Bit-Test Set (diagnostic)
Anti-dive enabled toggle
216
217
218
219
220
221
Output 5 OFF
Output 6 ON
Output 6 OFF
Set Help context
Def-Ref all axes
Tangential toggle
236
237
238
239
240
241
THC Anti-dive OFF
THC Anti-dive ON
Flood ON
Flood OFF
Mist ON
Mist OFF
222
223
224
225
226
227
Save XYZ to G59.254 work offset
do G0G53 to G59.254 offset location
Move to G59.254 with midpoint selection
Toggle Jog Mode through Cont/Step/MPG
Force Referenced on all axes
CV feed toggle
242
243
244
245
246
247
Load Teach file
228
CV feed OFF
248
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Toolpath Machine/Job toggle
Display Wizard selection window
Load the normal screens when Wizard
done
Simple Complex screen toggle
Output 4 ON
Description
Disable movement on axis B
Disable movement on axis C
Machine Coordinates toggle
Engine OFFline
229
230
CV feed ON
Disable movement on axis X
249
250
231
232
233
Disable movement on axis Y
Disable movement on axis Z
Disable movement on axis A
251
252
253
OEM Codes: 254-293
Code
Description
254
Select Step value 10
255
Set Jog mode STEP (same as button 205)
256
Set Jog mode CONT (same as button 204)
257
Increment feedrate
Code
274
275
276
277
Engine ONline
Select encoder jog on axis X
Select encoder jog on axis Y
Select encoder jog on axis Z
Select encoder jog on axis A
Select encoder jog on axis B
258
259
260
261
262
263
Decrement feedrate
Run reverse
Switch to last used Wizard
Cycle axis controlled by MPG 2
Toggle taper mode on MPG 2
Toggle dual MPG flag
278
279
280
281
282
283
Select encoder jog on axis C
Select Step value 1
Select Step value 2
Select Step value 3
Select Step value 4
Select Step value 5
264
265
266
267
268
269
Toggle shuttle mode for MPG
Return to paused state
Remember paused state
Toggle override of rapid feeds
Crop current dwell now
??? Set formlas
284
285
286
287
288
289
Select Step value 6
Select Step value 7
Select Step value 8
Select Step value 9
Description
270
Inhibit jog of X axis
271
Inhibit jog of Y axis
272
Inhibit jog of Z axis
273
Inhibit jog of A axis
OEM Codes: 294-333
Code
Description
290
291
292
293
Code
Inhibit jog of B axis
Inhibit jog of C axis
Do screw calibration routine
Unconditional crop any dwell now
reserved
Toggle bypass feed
294
295
296
297
298
299
Push to jog A-Calibrate MPGs
Save tool table
Save work offset table
Drag on toolpath does Zoom toggle
Drag on toolpath does Pan toggle
314
315
316
317
318
319
Toggle current tool is in front toolpost
Runs the macro in SetTriggerMacro
Cycle MPG jogging mode
Set MPG jogging mode = Velocity
Set MPG jogging mode = Velocity/Step
Set MPG jogging mode = do single eaxct
steps
Set MPG jogging mode = do multiple exact
300
301
302
303
304
Display Wizard select dialog
Run Newfangled Wizard
Emergency bailout - tester use only
Toggle visibility of screen 50
Turn mode tool touch off X axis
Toggle use of spindle step line to control
Torch volts
Turn mode tool touch off Z axis
320
321
322
323
324
305
306
325
326
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steps
Push to jog X++
307
Select MPG jog mode
327
Push to jog X-Push to jog Y++
Push to jog Y-Push to jog Z++
Push to jog Z-Push to jog A++
308
309
310
311
312
313
unknown
Push to Jog B++
Push to Jog B-Push to Jog C++
Push to Jog C-Toggle axis DROs display Dist to Go
328
329
330
331
332
333
Description
Toggle X jog off
Toggle Y jog off
Toggle Z jog off
Toggle A jog off
Toggle B jog off
Toggle C jog off
Set a temporary softlimit minimum at
current location
Set a temporary softlimit maximum at
current location
reserved343 Turn off display of menu bar
Turn on display of menu bar
Increment spindle speed by value not %
(Turn)
Decrement spindle speed by value not %
(Turn)
Jog X and A axis ++ together (foam
machines)
Jog X and A axis -- together (foam
machines)
Jog Y and A axis ++ together (foam
machines)
Jog Y and A axis -- together (foam
machines)
Cycle start
Pause (Feed Hold)
Rewind
Stop
Single
Resume
Edit File
OEM Codes: 334-1031
Code
334
Zero All
335
Zero X
336
Zero Y
337
Zero Z
Description
Code
1007
1008
1009
1010
338
339
Zero A
Zero B
1011
1012
340
Zero C
1013
341
347
348
349
Feedrate reset
Estimate Job
Run from here
GotoZs
1014
1015
1016
1017
350
Coord System
1018
351
Verify
1020
352
Reset
1021
353
Ref X
1022
354
Ref Y
1023
355
1000
Ref Z
Ref A
1024
1025
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
Ref B
Ref C
Joystick Toggle
Softlimits Toggle
Radius Tracking Toggle
Jog Toggle
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