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Postby Thom Davies » Fri, Dec 02 2005, 2:46PM

Hey hows it all going?

I was running a curve on the thermwood and it nested and wrote the code fine and when i pressed go it moved to start cutting it dropped down in to the board then error message came up saying: (in the blue bar) Programe Error 3529

Invalid Syntax in program file.

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Postby Thom Davies » Fri, Dec 02 2005, 4:23PM

But when i cut this one out its not a problem What gives with that?

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Josh Meyer

Postby Josh Meyer » Tue, Dec 06 2005, 3:26PM

Thom,
Typically the cause of an invalid syntax in programs created using the Control Nesting Software is due to an invalid material name such as having \"\" in the material name to define inches. Just to give you something to look for. If you don't see anything such as this you will need to send in the cnc code along with the error information and what line it is seen on, and I will take a look at it. josh.meyer@thermwood.com

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Postby Thom Davies » Tue, Dec 06 2005, 8:54PM

Hey Josh hows it going?

Werid thing happend. ran the job to find out what line the error was on and it ran it with no problems! have no idea why that happend. any ideas?

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