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Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Hey all. Is it possible to write your own post processor for MasterCam? I want to start with something simple, such as replace all “G91 G28 Z0. I’m not trying to save any memory or anything complex, just make things a little more like I’m used to seeing them at a former job. I tried googling it but I didn’t come up with any tutorials or anything other than good reccomendations on options to buy.
If you have a licensed copy of Mastercam the posts are free, at least ours were. It would probably take a large staff of experienced coders to write something of any real capability, don’t know why you would need to do that. Seems kind of like wanting to make tires for your car. Although to be fair, I knew a guy really into photography back when it was film-based who could make his own paper Vulture, I completely understand where you are coming from.
When it comes to reading code, you like it to look a specific way based on what you are use to. You should be able to edit your mastercam post to make this change that you are looking for. If you haven’t made changes to a post processor in the past it may seem a little overwhelming, but it’s really not that hard once you know what you are looking at.
This video covers many of the topics about mastercam and post processors, unfortunately it’s not a short watch. But if you can make it through the whole video you learn more about the posting process and how to make the changes you are looking for.
LockNut , lowCountryCamo liked this post. Great, thanks! I’ll watch it when I can. I’ve programmed in other languages before so if it’s like writing scripts or macros I should be able to figure it out. As far as editing posts, that’s a snap, I just don’t want to do it every time I repost. Thanks again. I’d recommend starting with the Free MpMaster post for mill and modifying for your particular needs. If you somewhat understand the language, simple things are pretty easy to mod.
So once you change the tool change block from G28 to G53 it will always post the G53 when a tool change is called. Are you changing tools manually? Is that what you are using machine cords to send the Z “home”. Thanks Al. His video made a lot of sense but the audio was very choppy. It appears it was recorded someone watching it as it was streaming live so there were a lot of keywords missing.
I got the gist of what he was saying. As far as using G53 Z0, I find it safer than incrementally moving the Z axis through a point. If you’re not careful the Z axis can move down first then up.
Sending it straight to machine home provided you’re already above the part can’t crash. You can contact your reseller and ask them for the post documentation , I forget exactly what they call it. But they will give it to all in pdf and you will be able to figure it out.
I was able to start modifying my posts just knowing G-code and playing around with changing one thing at a time in the post until I got the change I wanted.
And then reading the documentation I was able to learn a decent amount. I think it is worth the time spent. Here is another video on the Mastercam MP edits. This one seems to be focused on 5 axis edits. Again I think it’s a good reference and the audio is better. Originally Posted by vulture Practical machinist is being banned in China so it is difficult for me to search my old post but if you have time, Myself and another member posted the mastercan post building guide on here.
I dont have it on my comp here in China or I would email it too you. It covers everything from modifying to creating a new post so its very helpful and worth looking through the old post and reviving. Originally Posted by g-coder Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.