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    Kristin Allison

    Great Question!

    You can transfer that code to Notepad and then save the file. The file will need to be saved as a  NC or NGC file extension.
     
    Open UGS and open your file and import it into UGS and you should be good to go.  
     
    You can also try a gcode editor to help show you what the gcode is going to do. NC corrector or NCViewer (www.ncviewer.com)  will display the tool path of your gcode while you type it in.
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    Black Dragon

    Wow, that's interesting... Writing code down on paper? I've just been playing with a few images and converting them to gcode is about 3000 lines! I want to see how your project turned out! Maybe I'm a little spoiled but my hands aren't like they used to be, I can't see, hear or do things like I used to... But I can appreciate talent of writing code by hand and visualizing the finished product. I strive to be like you. ;) Teach me! I'm a blank slate.

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