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(OP)
Hi, I am running the laser Mitsubishi LVP-CX40. If I run a program (not complete yet) then for some reasons, I stop the machine to cut something else (just an example) or power outage. How do I continue to run the program at where it was stopped?

RE: How to continue?

Your best bet is to write down what part number you're stopping at and put a GOTO command to skip to that part.

M66
G90G92X0Y0
GOTO10 (start at part number 10 if it's a nest)
N1G52X0.25Y0.25
M98P8002

N10G52X0.25Y15.0
M98P8002

RE: How to continue?

(OP)
@laserkatana: so I can do the same for just one part, dividing by boundaries.

N0060(BDR:1)
..
..
N0100 M87

N0110 (BDR:2)
..
..
N0200 M87

N0210 (BDR:3)
..
..
N0300 M87

So if I stopped after BDR:2, then I need to insert command GOTO N0210 after the command G90G92X0Y0 at the beginning of program?

RE: How to continue?

Correct

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