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RapidSetup MultiAxis G-Code

The G-Code tab allows for running G-Code, editing G-Code, 3D rendering, real-time axis values, and Jogging.

This tab is hidden until a kinematic model has been created in the "Setup" tab.

Tab: G-Code | Gantry RSI Logo

🔹 Getting Started

First, add 6 axes to a MultiAxis object in the Setup tab. You need to use Phantom axes if your device does not have 6 axes. These axes should be added in the order of X, Y, Z, A, B, and C. If your machine has a prime or redundant axis, you must set up electronic gearing. In such cases, it is recommended that you set up two MultiAxis objects (One for propagating faults to all axes, one for G-Code)

Adding Axes for the main G-Code MultiAxis object and another for propagating faults

Remember to clear faults and enable the MultiAxis object with all of the axes

Clearing all faults works on the MultiAxis object with all of the Axes

🔹 Subsections

  • Settings : Change the settings to match your machine / robot.
  • Configuration : Set the configuration to run your G-Code file with certain settings
  • Toolbar : Save, load, and run G-Code files.
  • Text Editor : View and edit your G-Code file before running.
  • 3D Render : Create a 3D render of your G-Code file
  • Robot Jogging : Move your robot manually with Jogging