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G-code, short for “geometric code,” is a programming language used to control CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines. CNC machines are used in various industries, such as manufacturing, woodworking, and metalworking, for tasks like milling, turning, cutting, and engraving. G-code provides a set of instructions that tell the CNC machine how to move, position the tool, and perform specific operations.

G-code commands dictate the machine’s actions, such as linear or circular movements, spindle speed, coolant control, and more. These commands are usually generated by CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) software, which converts a digital design into G-code. However, machinists can also write and edit G-code manually if needed.

2A Part Picker is Proud To Announce

We are now a P80 Dealer


2A Part Picker is wanting to educate users to become more familiar with the technical side of the GG. We will be discussing and educating what goes into making a jig set, designs that can be used on the GG3, how probing works and much more. Stay tuned over the next couple of months as we go through everything that went into making what we have so far and are continuing to work on.