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Revision as of 18:19, 14 January 2011

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Command

CREATE_PROCESS <process type>, <process number>, <tool number>


Create a process. Once created, use the SET_PROC_DATA command to set the process type.
Then use SET_PROC_DATA again, once more for each process parameter.

Parameters

<process type>
Process type, must be one of:
MILL_DRILL, MILL_CONTOUR, MILL_ROUGH, MILL_SURFACE, MILL_THREAD_MILL
LATHE_DRILL, LATHE_CONTOUR, LATHE_ROUGH, LATHE_THREAD
<process number>
Process number.
<tool number>
Tool number.


Process types. MILL_DRILL, MILL_CONTOUR, MILL_ROUGH, MILL_SURFACE, MILL_THREAD_MILL LATHE_DRILL, LATHE_CONTOUR, LATHE_ROUGH, LATHE_THREAD

Example

CREATE_PROCESS MILL_CONTOUR, 3
Note. An alternative method to create a process is to use the LOAD_PROCESS_FILE command to load a saved process file, then change the appropriate data using the [SET_PROC_DATA]] command.