|You must purchase the Rotation and Scaling option to use this G-code. A 200-hour option tryout is also available; refer to Option Tryout for instructions.|
**The axis designation you use for these address codes corresponds to the axes of the current plane. For example, in the G17 (XY plane), you would use X and Y to specify the center of rotation.
When you command a G68, the control rotates all X, Y, Z, I, J, and K values about a center of rotation to a specified angle (R),.
You can designate a plane with G17, G18, or G19 before G68 to establish the axis plane to rotate. For example:
If you do not designate a plane in the G68 block, the control uses the currently active plane.
The control always uses a center of rotation to determine the positional values after rotation. If you do not specify a center of rotation, the control uses the current location.
G68 affects all appropriate positional values in the blocks after the G68 command. Values in the line that contains the G68 command are not rotated. Only the values in the plane of rotation are rotated; therefore, if G17 is the current plane of rotation, the command affects only the X and Y values.
A positive number (angle) in the R address rotates the feature counterclockwise.
If you do not specify the angle of rotation (R), then the control uses the value in Setting 72.
In G91 mode (incremental) with Setting 73 ON, the rotation angle changes by the value in R. In other words, each G68 command changes the rotation angle by the value specified in R.
The rotational angle is set to zero at the beginning of the program, or you can set it to a specific angle with G68 in G90 mode.
Rotation with Cutter Compensation:
Turn on cutter compensation after the rotation command. Turn off cutter compensation before you turn off rotation.
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