Introduce myself:

   I have 20 yrs experience of CNC-machines. Mostly Okumas but also some 
Fanucs. My work includes CAM, CAD and machine maintenance & repair. I am not a 
machinist. Our company is called Eka-Sorvaus OY ou might translate it 
First-Turning INC. :) We do Oxy-Cutting, Welding, Machining and Painting. I got 
involved with LinuxCNC because we have Cincinnati 10HC2500 horizontal mill, 
this machine had bad control(850sx with old DC-servos and DC-spindle). We 
decided to replace control with LinuxCNC and also install new spindle & servo 
motors and also install new absolute linear scales from Fagor to avoid zeroing. 
With a lot help from PCW, Andypugh and newnobi I have been able to get this 
machine moving again. You can check progress & current status here: 
https://forum.linuxcnc.org/forum/show-your-stuff/31146-cincinnati-10hc2500-atc-with-custom-hal-component

Reason for me to join this mailing list was that we do need G84 floating 
tapping canned cycle. I was surprised to find out that LinuxCNC does not 
support this "out of the box". I have found  mhaberler old  work from 2012 
here:  http://git.mah.priv.at/gitweb/emc2-dev.git/shortlog/refs/heads/g84-dev 
And I was able to add this code manually to current master source. But I have 
few questions left and I am hoping to find some help.


--
Tero Kaarlela
Production Engineer
Eka-Sorvaus OY
Nivala
Finland

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