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My Acramatic 900 control doesn't use decimal points in coordinates. How do I set up G-Wizard Editor for this post?

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I have a mill with an Acramatic 900 control. If I want to rapid to X = 2.25 and Y = -1.75 I would write the following line of code:

G00 X22500 Y-17500

I am trying to set my numbers up so I can type/write code normally and then have the post format them for the machine. I am having trouble. Is it because the process isn’t possible or do you have any pointers on how to get it to work.

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This is absolutely doable with G-Wizard Editor.  I added it as an example on our Customizing Posts page:

Customizing GW Editor Posts

Just scroll down to where it says, “Controllers that use no decimal point,” to see how to set it up.

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