- Blocks, which are Lines of G-Code.
- Ways to Begin a Block including the Tape Start/End, Program Numbers, Block Skip, and Sequence Numbers
- Spaces in G-Code Programs
- Leaving Out Optional G-Code Information to Save Memory
- Word Address Format
- Blocks Don’t Necessarily Execute Left to Right
- Modes and Block Execution Order
- Forcing the Order of Execution
- Word Conflicts and Code Groups
- Comments as Headers Delineating Sections
- CAM Programs and Other Software Often Create Special Comments
There’s a lot of meat in this chapter, and it will leave us with a solid foundation on which to rapidly move into getting some real work done with g-code part programs.