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 |GVAR_OFFSET_G593_DATA | 5381 | (+8) Offsets between **Machine** and **Work** coordinates for Coordinates system #9 (G59.3) \\ #5381 - G59.3 Offset X, \\ #5382 - G59.3 Offset Y, \\ #5383 - G59.3 Offset Z, \\ #5384 - G59.3 Offset A, \\ #5385 - G59.3 Offset B, \\ #5386 - G59.3 Offset C, \\ #5387 - G59.3 Offset U, \\ #5388 - G59.3 Offset V, \\ #5389 - G59.3 Offset W  | |GVAR_OFFSET_G593_DATA | 5381 | (+8) Offsets between **Machine** and **Work** coordinates for Coordinates system #9 (G59.3) \\ #5381 - G59.3 Offset X, \\ #5382 - G59.3 Offset Y, \\ #5383 - G59.3 Offset Z, \\ #5384 - G59.3 Offset A, \\ #5385 - G59.3 Offset B, \\ #5386 - G59.3 Offset C, \\ #5387 - G59.3 Offset U, \\ #5388 - G59.3 Offset V, \\ #5389 - G59.3 Offset W  |
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-| GVAR_CHECK_TOOL_MISMATCH | 5397 | Checks if the tools have been set in properly ​/ if any tool mismatch is present | +| GVAR_CHECK_TOOL_MISMATCH | 5397 | Checks if the tools present correspond to the specified number of tools that are supposed to be used / if any tool mismatch is present | 
-| GVAR_CHECK_TOOL_BREAKAGE | 5398 | A register contains Tool integrity flag. It's supposed a Tool integrity procedure will write "​1"​ to this register is a Tool Breakage is detected. A "​0"​ value is written ​while the broken tool is replaced. | +| GVAR_CHECK_TOOL_BREAKAGE | 5398 | A register contains Tool integrity flag. It's supposed a Tool integrity procedure will write "​1"​ to this register is a Tool Breakage is detected. A "​0"​ value is written ​when the broken tool is replaced ​(tool is intact). | 
-| GVAR_CURRENT_TOOL_NUMBER | 5400 | Current Tool Number is stored in this register |+| GVAR_CURRENT_TOOL_NUMBER | 5400 | Current Tool Number ​(that is being used by the machine at the moment) ​is stored in this register |
 | GVAR_CURRENT_TOOL_OFFSET | 5401 | Offset values. +8 for all axes | | GVAR_CURRENT_TOOL_OFFSET | 5401 | Offset values. +8 for all axes |
-|  | 5403 | Tool length (in mm) is stored in this register (z-axis) | +|  | 5403 | Tool length (in mm) is stored in this register (z-axis ​tool offset) | 
-| GVAR_SCHEDULED_TOOL_NUMBER | 5409 | A Tool numberthat going to be next in tool holder. \\ ATC procedure uses both #5400 and #5409 registers to find where to put a current tool and where from to get the new one. | +| GVAR_SCHEDULED_TOOL_NUMBER | 5409 | The register stores the tool number that is going to be next in tool holder. \\ ATC procedure uses both #5400 and #5409 registers to find where to put a current tool and where from to get the new one. | 
-| GVAR_CURRENT_TOOL_DIAMETER | 5410 | The register ​keeps a diameter of the Current Tool. Register value is updated from Tool table when Current Tool number (#5400) is changed. | +| GVAR_CURRENT_TOOL_DIAMETER | 5410 | The register ​stores the diameter of the Current Tool. Register value is updated from Tool table when the Current Tool number (#5400) is changed. | 
-| GVAR_TOOL_FRONTANGLE | 5411 | Register reserved for future implementation (tool angle) | +| GVAR_TOOL_FRONTANGLE | 5411 | Register reserved for future implementation (tool front angle) | 
-| GVAR_TOOL_BACKANGLE | 5412 | Register reserved for future implementation (tool angle) | +| GVAR_TOOL_BACKANGLE | 5412 | Register reserved for future implementation (tool back angle) | 
-| GVAR_TOOL_ORIENTATION | 5413 | Register reserved for future implementation |+| GVAR_TOOL_ORIENTATION | 5413 | Register reserved for future implementation ​(tool orientation) ​|
 | GVAR_TOOL_HOLDER_ORIENTATION | 5415 | Register reserved for future implementation (orientation values for the tool holder) | | GVAR_TOOL_HOLDER_ORIENTATION | 5415 | Register reserved for future implementation (orientation values for the tool holder) |
 | GVAR_SOFT_LIMITS_MIN | 5421 | (+8) Soft Limits Minimum Position \\ 5421 - Soft Limit Minimum X Position \\ 5422 - Soft Limit Minimum Y Position \\ 5423 - Soft Limit Minimum Z Position \\ 5424 - Soft Limit Minimum A Position \\ 5425 - Soft Limit Minimum B Position \\ 5426 - Soft Limit Minimum C Position \\ 5427 - Soft Limit Minimum U Position \\ 5428 - Soft Limit Minimum V Position \\ 5429 - Soft Limit Minimum W Position | | GVAR_SOFT_LIMITS_MIN | 5421 | (+8) Soft Limits Minimum Position \\ 5421 - Soft Limit Minimum X Position \\ 5422 - Soft Limit Minimum Y Position \\ 5423 - Soft Limit Minimum Z Position \\ 5424 - Soft Limit Minimum A Position \\ 5425 - Soft Limit Minimum B Position \\ 5426 - Soft Limit Minimum C Position \\ 5427 - Soft Limit Minimum U Position \\ 5428 - Soft Limit Minimum V Position \\ 5429 - Soft Limit Minimum W Position |
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 | GVAR_OFFSET_G282 | 5441 | Offsets - G28.2, G28.3 and G28.4 are used to record the current machine position coordinate for a certain axis. The syntax for that will be "G28.2 X0", for example, noting that only the x-axis value is to be recorded. NOTE: The recorded value will NOT be zero in this case, but rather the current x-axis position. The number after the axis symbol is IGNORED. The G28.5,G28.6 and G28.7 will then be used to retrieve these axis values. | | GVAR_OFFSET_G282 | 5441 | Offsets - G28.2, G28.3 and G28.4 are used to record the current machine position coordinate for a certain axis. The syntax for that will be "G28.2 X0", for example, noting that only the x-axis value is to be recorded. NOTE: The recorded value will NOT be zero in this case, but rather the current x-axis position. The number after the axis symbol is IGNORED. The G28.5,G28.6 and G28.7 will then be used to retrieve these axis values. |
 | GVAR_HOME_AFTER_POSITION | 5451 | (+8) Registers contain values that used by Homing macros to initialize Machine Position after Homing done \\ 5451 - Machine Position X after Homing \\ 5452 - Machine Position Y after Homing \\ 5453 - Machine Position Z after Homing \\ 5454 - Machine Position A after Homing \\ 5455 - Machine Position B after Homing \\ 5456 - Machine Position C after Homing \\ 5457 - Machine Position U after Homing \\ 5458 - Machine Position V after Homing \\ 5459 - Machine Position W after Homing | | GVAR_HOME_AFTER_POSITION | 5451 | (+8) Registers contain values that used by Homing macros to initialize Machine Position after Homing done \\ 5451 - Machine Position X after Homing \\ 5452 - Machine Position Y after Homing \\ 5453 - Machine Position Z after Homing \\ 5454 - Machine Position A after Homing \\ 5455 - Machine Position B after Homing \\ 5456 - Machine Position C after Homing \\ 5457 - Machine Position U after Homing \\ 5458 - Machine Position V after Homing \\ 5459 - Machine Position W after Homing |
-| GVAR_CURRENT_NUM_LINE | 5480 | Stores the current line number |+| GVAR_CURRENT_NUM_LINE | 5480 | Stores the current ​program ​line number. This global variable is used in the percent/​estimated time calculations. ​|
 | GVAR_CURRENT_NUM_NC | 5460 | Stores the current NC block number (command number) | | GVAR_CURRENT_NUM_NC | 5460 | Stores the current NC block number (command number) |
-| GVAR_CURRENT_NC_POSITION | 5461 | (+8) Registers keeps Toolpath Work coordinates when Job running was stopped (Paused). This registers are used by "Back to Path" procedure to return the tool on the toolpath position \\ 5461 - Current NC Position X \\ 5462 - Current NC Position Y \\ 5463 - Current NC Position Z \\ 5464 - Current NC Position A \\ 5465 - Current NC Position B \\ 5466 - Current NC Position C \\ 5467 - Current NC Position U \\ 5468 - Current NC Position V \\ 5469 - Current NC Position W |+| GVAR_CURRENT_NC_POSITION | 5461 | (+8) Registers keeps Toolpath Work coordinates when Job running was stopped (Paused). This registers are used by the "Back to Path" procedure to return the tool to the toolpath position \\ 5461 - Current NC Position X \\ 5462 - Current NC Position Y \\ 5463 - Current NC Position Z \\ 5464 - Current NC Position A \\ 5465 - Current NC Position B \\ 5466 - Current NC Position C \\ 5467 - Current NC Position U \\ 5468 - Current NC Position V \\ 5469 - Current NC Position W |
 | GVAR_TOOL_SENSOR_POSITION | 5471 | Stores the position of the tool sensor (+8) | | GVAR_TOOL_SENSOR_POSITION | 5471 | Stores the position of the tool sensor (+8) |
-| GVAR_SURFACE_SENSOR_WIDTH | 5490 | Specifies the sensor width in mm |+| GVAR_SURFACE_SENSOR_WIDTH | 5490 | Specifies the sensor width in mm to be used for the distance calculation between the sensor position and the actual work position ​|
 | GVAR_PIERCE_HEIGHT | 5491 | Specifies the pierce height | | GVAR_PIERCE_HEIGHT | 5491 | Specifies the pierce height |
 | GVAR_OFFSETZ_MANUAL | 5492 | Specifies a manual z-axis offset | | GVAR_OFFSETZ_MANUAL | 5492 | Specifies a manual z-axis offset |
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 | GVAR_CUTPROCESS_PROCESS | 7684 | Denotes the particular process employed (bevel cutting, fine cutting, etc) - can be found in the Cutchart menu. | | GVAR_CUTPROCESS_PROCESS | 7684 | Denotes the particular process employed (bevel cutting, fine cutting, etc) - can be found in the Cutchart menu. |
 | GVAR_CUTPROCESS_VENDOR | 7685 | Denotes the machine vendor | | GVAR_CUTPROCESS_VENDOR | 7685 | Denotes the machine vendor |
-| GVAR_CUTPROCESS_TECHNOLOGY | 7686 | Denotes ​whether plasma or oxy-fuel (gas) cutting ​is used.  |+| GVAR_CUTPROCESS_TECHNOLOGY | 7686 | Denotes ​the technology for the cutting ​process.  |
 | GVAR_CUTPROCESS_REVISION | 7687 | The cutchart version used (reserved for Hypertherm machines) | | GVAR_CUTPROCESS_REVISION | 7687 | The cutchart version used (reserved for Hypertherm machines) |
 ^ Timers ^^^ ^ Timers ^^^
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 | GVAR_MODBUS_WRITE | 60030 | Writing to register will send value from shadow register to Modbus devive ​ to address given in written value | | GVAR_MODBUS_WRITE | 60030 | Writing to register will send value from shadow register to Modbus devive ​ to address given in written value |
 | GVAR_MODBUS_READ | 60031 | Read from this register will send read inquiry to Modbus device (PLC controller will be in till Regiter value received from Modbus device). Writing to this register will send ready inquiry to Modbus device. The value written is used as Register address to read | | GVAR_MODBUS_READ | 60031 | Read from this register will send read inquiry to Modbus device (PLC controller will be in till Regiter value received from Modbus device). Writing to this register will send ready inquiry to Modbus device. The value written is used as Register address to read |
-| GVAR_MODBUS_WRITE_BITS | 60035 |  **Write multiple coils**. Write multiple coils command indicates the 16-bit address of first coil to write, the number of coils to write, number of bytes of coil values to follow, and the coil values. ​ The response will be the address of the first coil and the number of coils. |+| GVAR_MODBUS_WRITE_BITS | 60035 | **Write multiple coils**. Write multiple coils command indicates the 16-bit address of first coil to write, the number of coils to write, number of bytes of coil values to follow, and the coil values. ​ The response will be the address of the first coil and the number of coils. |
 | GVAR_MODBUS_READ_COILS | 60036 | 60039 is to be used instead. | | GVAR_MODBUS_READ_COILS | 60036 | 60039 is to be used instead. |
 | GVAR_MODBUS_RAW_WRITE | 60037 | **Write single register**. Write single register indicates address of the holding register and the new value of the register. The response, similarly, is the address of the register and the new value. | | GVAR_MODBUS_RAW_WRITE | 60037 | **Write single register**. Write single register indicates address of the holding register and the new value of the register. The response, similarly, is the address of the register and the new value. |
mycnc/global_variables.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/30 12:01 by ivan