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1.2 APT

Fractions

This language allows tools to be programmed using geometrical shapes. This puts less burden on the programmer to do calculations in their heads.

APT programs must be converted into low level programs, such as G-codes.

Some samples of the geometrical and motion commands follow. These are not complete, but are a reasonable subset.

GEOMETRY: The simplest geometrical construction in APT is a point p=POINT/x,y,z - a cartesian point p=POINT/l1,l2 - intersection of two lines p=POINT/c - the center of a circle p=POINT/YLARGE,INTOF,l,c - the largest y intersection of a line and a circle *Note: we can use YSMALL,XLARGE,XSMALL in place of YLARGE

GEOMETRY: Lines are one of the next simplest definitions, l=LINE/x1,y1,z1,x2,y2,z2 - endpoint cartesian components l=LINE/p1,p2 - endpoints l=LINE/p,PARLEL,l - a line through a point and parallel to another line l=LINE/p,PERPTO,l - a line through a point and perpendicular to a line l=LINE/p,LEFT,TANTO,c - a line from a point, to a left tangency point on a circle l=LINE/p,RIGHT,TANTO,c - a line from a point, to a right tangency point on a circle l=LINE/LEFT,TANTO,c1,LEFT,TANTO,c2 - defined by tangents to two circles l=LINE/LEFT,TANTO,c1,RIGHT,TANTO,c2 - defined by tangents to two circles l=LINE/RIGHT,TANTO,c1,LEFT,TANTO,c2 - defined by tangents to two circles l=LINE/RIGHT,TANTO,c1,RIGHT,TANTO,c2 - defined by

GEOMETRY: Circles are very useful for constructing geometries c=CIRCLE/x,y,z,r - a center and radius c=CIRCLE/CENTER,p,RADIUS,r - a center point and a radius c=CIRCLE/CENTER,p,TANTO,l - a center and a tangency to an outside line c=CIRCLE/p1,p2,p3 - defined by three points on the circumference c=CIRCLE/YLARGE,l1,YLARGE,l2,RADIUS,r - tangency to two lines and radius *Note: we can use YSMALL,XLARGE,XSMALL in place of YLARGE

GEOMETRY: More complex geometric constructions are possible PLANE/ - defines a plane QUADRIC/a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j - define a polynomial using values GCONIC/a,b,c,d,e,f - define a conic by equation coefficients LCONIC/p1,p2,... - defines a conic by lofting (splining) points RLDSRF/ - a ruled surface made of two splines POLCON/ - define a surface using cross sections PATERN/ - will repeat a motion in a linear or circular array

Once we have constructed points, lines and circles we can then proceed to direct the tool to follow the path.

MOTION: We can use the basic commands to follow the specified geometry

FROM/p - specify a start point FROM/x,y,z - specify a start point GOTO/p - move to a final point GOTO/x,y,z - move to a final point GOTO/TO,p - move until the tool touches a point GOTO/TO,l - move until the tool touches a line GOTO/TO,c - move until the tool touches a circle GOLFT/l1,TO,l2 - go on the left of l1 until the tool touches l2 GORGT/l1,TO,l2 - go on the right of l1 until the tool touches l2 GOBACK/l1,TO,l2 - reverses direction along l1 to l2 GOBACK/l1,TO,c1 - reverses direction along l1 to c1 GOUP/l1,TO,l2 - goes up along l1 to l2 GODOWN/1l,TO,l2 - goes down along l1 to l2 GODLTA/x,y,z - does a relative move Note: TO can be replaced with PAST, ON to change whether the tool goes past the structure, or the center stops on the structure.

MOTION: The following commands will create complex motion of the tool POCKET/ - will cut a pocket PSIS/ - will call for the part surface

CONTROL: The following instructions will control the machine outside the expected cutting tool motion. CUTTER/n1,n2 - defines diameter n1 and radius n2 of cutter MACHIN/n,m - uses a post processor for machine n, and version m COOL/ANT/n - either MIST, FLOOD or OFF TURRET/n - sets tool turret to new position TOLER/n - sets a tolerance band for cutting FEDRAT/n - sets a feedrate n SPINDL/n,CW - specifies n rpm and direction of spindle

We can also include some program elements that are only used for programming

PROGRAM: The following statements are programming support instructions REMARK - starts a comment line that is not interpreted $$ - also allows comments, but after other statements NOPOST - turns off the post processor that would generate cutter paths CLPRNT - prints a sequential history of the cutter center location SQRTF(n) - calculates the floating point square root FINI - stop program PARTNO/n - allows the user to specify the part name LOOPST and LOOPND - loop instructions RESERV/n,m - defines an array of size n by m JUMPTO/n - jump to line number

Note: variables can also be defined and basic mathematical operations can be performed.

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