I am up and running. First weekend in operation, past the noise issues, etc. and starting to cut. While setting up the files for that perfect cut will take time, I want to do something that I Have not been able to figure out.
When I am done cutting, particularly at the edge of the table the Z-Axis stays down and remains in its finished position. While this is not a problem for the operation it makes a mess with the post cut air blow.
Is there a way in Sheet Cam to simply configure a relative move that would retract the Z Axis and jog so that the air is being blow into the sheet instead of the water table.
I thought I found the resolution using Move To, but the torch never shut off and I just cut a line.
It’s probably the only way it could work. Sheetcam doesn’t know about the machine coordinates so it seems like you have to measure off of work zero, I suppose whatever you put in the g code you can just run the torch to that location to place the landing pad. My problem is I don’t usually set the work zero in the same place as I move it around to spread the wear around.