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supported-g-codes [2018/04/18 20:43]
12.87.248.222 Added M-code 143
supported-g-codes [2018/05/14 00:07] (current)
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 | G32 | Uses Z probe to calibrate delta endstops and arm radius, use R parameter to select only arm radius calibration and E to select only endstop calibration. I to set target precision, J to set probe_radius,​ K to keep current endstop trim settings. ​ In Zgrid module, it starts the grid probing | <​kbd>​G32 - G32 R - G32 E - G32 EK - G32 I0.02</​kbd>​ | | G32 | Uses Z probe to calibrate delta endstops and arm radius, use R parameter to select only arm radius calibration and E to select only endstop calibration. I to set target precision, J to set probe_radius,​ K to keep current endstop trim settings. ​ In Zgrid module, it starts the grid probing | <​kbd>​G32 - G32 R - G32 E - G32 EK - G32 I0.02</​kbd>​ |
 | G38.2 G38.3 | Standard probe commands implemented as documented [[http://​linuxcnc.org/​docs/​2.6/​html/​gcode/​gcode.html#​sec:​G38-probe|here]] | <​kbd>​G38.2 Z-10</​kbd>​| | G38.2 G38.3 | Standard probe commands implemented as documented [[http://​linuxcnc.org/​docs/​2.6/​html/​gcode/​gcode.html#​sec:​G38-probe|here]] | <​kbd>​G38.2 Z-10</​kbd>​|
-| G53-G59.3 | use workspace coordinates http://​linuxcnc.org/​docs/​html/​gcode/​coordinates.html and http://​linuxcnc.org/​docs/​html/​gcode/​g-code.html#​gcode:​g54-g59.3 | <​kbd>​G54</​kbd>​ |+| G53,[[G54]]-G59.3 | use workspace coordinates http://​linuxcnc.org/​docs/​html/​gcode/​coordinates.html and http://​linuxcnc.org/​docs/​html/​gcode/​g-code.html#​gcode:​g54-g59.3 | <​kbd>​G54</​kbd>​ |
 | [[G90]] | Absolute mode ( //default// ) : passed coordinates will be considered absolute ( relative to 0.0.0 ) (command is modal)| <​kbd>​G90</​kbd>​ | | [[G90]] | Absolute mode ( //default// ) : passed coordinates will be considered absolute ( relative to 0.0.0 ) (command is modal)| <​kbd>​G90</​kbd>​ |
 | [[G91]] | Relative mode : passed coordinates will be considered relative to the current point (command is modal)| <​kbd>​G91</​kbd>​ | | [[G91]] | Relative mode : passed coordinates will be considered relative to the current point (command is modal)| <​kbd>​G91</​kbd>​ |