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G10 - COORDINATE SYSTEM DATA TOOL AND WORK OFFSET TABLES

Table Of Contents:
  1. G-code Table
  2. G00 - Rapid Linear Motion
  3. G01 - Linear Motion at Feed Rate
  4. G02 and G03 - Arc at Feed Rate
  5. G04 - Dwell
  6. G10 - Coordinate System Data Tool and Work Offset Tables
  7. G17, G18 and G19 - Plane Selection
  8. G20 and G21 - Length Units
  9. G28 and G30 - Return to Home
  10. G28.1 - Reference Axes
  11. G40, G41 and G42 - Cutter Radius Compensation
  12. G43, G44 and G49 - Tool Length Offsets
  13. G47 - Engrave Sequential Serial Number
  14. G53 - Move in Absolute Coordinates
  15. G54 to G59 and G59 P~ - Select Work Offset Coordinate System
  16. G61 and G64 - Set Path Control Mode
  17. G73 - Canned Cycle - High Speed Peck Drill
  18. G80 - Cancel Modal Motion
  19. G81 to G89 - Canned Cycles
  20. G90 and G91 - Distance Mode
  21. G92, G92.1, G92.2 and G92.3 - G92 Offsets
  22. G93, G94 and G95 - Set Path Control Mode
  23. G98 and G99 - Canned Cycle Return Level 
Details:
To set the offset values of a tool, program:
G10 L1 P~ X~ Z~ A~, where the P number must evaluate to an integer in the range 0 to 255 – the tool number – and offsets of the tool specified by the P number are reset to the given. The A number will reset the tool tip radius. Only those values for which an axis word is included on the line will be reset. The Tool diameter cannot be set in this way.
To set the coordinate values for the origin of a fixture coordinate system, program:
G10 L2 P~ X~ Y~ Z~ A~, where the P number must evaluate to an integer in the range 1 to 255 – the fixture number (Values 1 to 6 corresponding to G54 to G59) – and all axis words are optional. The coordinates of the origin of the coordinate system specified by the P number are reset to the coordinate values given (in terms of the absolute coordinate system). Only those coordinates for which an axis word is included on the line will be reset.
It is an error if:
If origin offsets (made by G92 or G92.3) were in effect before G10 is used, they will continue to be in effect afterwards. The coordinate system whose origin is set by a G10 command may be active or inactive at the time the G10 is executed. The values set will not be persistent unless the tool or fixture tables are saved using the buttons on Tables screen.
Example:
G10 L2 P1 x3.5 y17.2 sets the origin of the first coordinate system (the one selected by G54) to a point where X is 3.5 and Y is 17.2 (in absolute coordinates). The Z coordinate of the origin (and the coordinates for any rotational axes) are whatever those coordinates of the origin were before the line was executed.

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