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 /HVVRQ  4HE .80OST 0OST 0ROCESSOR 3XUSRVH 4HIS LESSON DESCRIBES THE POST PROCESSING FUNCTION OF .8 AND THE VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF A .80OST POST PROCESSOR !N OVERVIEW OF THE 0OST "UILDER MODULE IS ALSO PRESENTED 2EMHFWLYH 5PON COMPLETION OF THIS LESSON YOU WILL BE ABLE TO s 5NDERSTAND THE TERMINOLOGY AND INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF THE VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF .80OST s 5NDERSTAND THE USE OF THE 0OST "UILDER AS A TOOL TO BUILD POST PROCESSORS Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE  7KH 1;3RVW 3RVW 3URFHVVRU  3RVW SURFHVVLQJ 9OU USE THE -ANUFACTURING APPLICATIONS OF .8 TO GENERATE TOOL PATHS 4HE TOOL PATH CONSISTS OF '/4/ POINTS AND OTHER INFORMATION THAT CONTROLS THE MOVEMENT OF THE TOOL 4HIS TOOL PATH USUALLY CANNOT BE USED FOR MACHINING SINCE EACH MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER COMBINATION HAS DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS TOOL CHANGE REQUIREMENTS AND SOFTWARE CHARACTERISTICS SUCH AS THE SEQUENCE OF ' CODES WHICH ARE PERMITTED ON A LINE OF OUTPUT 4HE TOOL PATH MUST BE FORMATTED TO MATCH THE UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER COMBINATION 4HE PROCEDURE OF MODIFYING THIS GENERIC TOOL PATH TO A FORM THAT CAN BE UNDERSTOOD AND USED BY THE MACHINE TOOL CONTROLLER IS CALLED POST PROCESSING 4WO ELEMENTS ARE REQUIRED FOR POST PROCESSING 4HEY ARE s 4OOL PATH ! .8 INTERNAL TOOL PATH s 0OST PROCESSOR THIS IS A COMPUTER PROGRAM THAT READS CONVERTS AND REFORMATS TOOL PATH INFORMATION FOR A PARTICULAR MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER COMBINATION 1;3RVW H[HFXWH .8 PROVIDES A POST PROCESSOR .80OST WHICH UTILIZES .8 TOOL PATH DATA AS INPUT AND OUTPUTS MACHINE CONTROLLER READABLE .##.# CODE 0OST 0ROCESSORS FOR .80OST ARE CUSTOMIZABLE THROUGH THE USE OF USER CREATED %VENT (ANDLER AND $ElNITION lLES 4HESE lLES IN CONJUNCTION WITH .80OST ARE USED TO GENERATE OUTPUT FOR THE SIMPLEST TO THE VERY COMPLEX OF MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER COMBINATIONS 4HE .80OST PROCESSOR CAN BE USED TO GENERATE OUTPUT FOR SIMPLE MILLING MACHINES AND LATHES TO ULTRA COMPLEX MULTI AXIS  AXIS MACHINING AND PRODUCTION CENTERS A PRODUCTION CENTER IS CONSIDERED TO BE A MILLINGTURNING TYPE MACHINE  4HE EXTENSIBILITY OF .80OST POST PROCESSORS IS ACHIEVED THROUGH THE SCRIPTING LANGUAGE 4CL AND THE USE OF THE .8 CONCEPT OF $ElNITION lLES 4HE FOLLOWING mOWCHART ILLUSTRATES THE STEPS REQUIRED TO PROCESS POST PROCESS TOOL PATH DATA IN AN ACCEPTABLE FORMAT FOR A MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER USING THE .80OST POST PROCESSOR  0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  7KH 1;3RVW 3RVW 3URFHVVRU  4HE .80OST EXECUTE MODULE CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS s %VENT 'ENERATOR SENDS %VENTS AND VARIABLES TO .80OST WHEN YOU POST PROCESS !N %VENT IS A COLLECTION OF DATA WHICH IS PROCESSED BY .80OST CREATING DATA WHICH CAUSES A SPECIlC ACTIONS BY THE MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER s %VENT (ANDLER IS A lLE CONTAINING A SPECIlC SET OF INSTRUCTIONS WRITTEN IN THE 4CL SCRIPTING LANGUAGE DICTATING HOW EACH EVENT TYPE IS TO BE PROCESSED 4HIS lLE IS CREATED WHEN USING 0OST "UILDER s $ElNITION lLE IS A lLE CONTAINING SPECIlC INFORMATION ABOUT MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER FORMAT 4HIS lLE IS ALSO CREATED WHEN USING 0OST "UILDER s /UTPUT lLE IS A MACHINE TOOL READABLE lLE GENERATE BY .80OST PASSED TO THE MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER THAT EXECUTES SPECIlC MACHINE TOOL INSTRUCTIONS 4HE %VENT 'ENERATOR %VENT (ANDLER AND THE $ElNITION lLE ARE INTERDEPENDENT AND TOGETHER CONVERT THE INTERNAL TOOL PATH INTO A SET OF INSTRUCTIONS THAT CAN BE READ AND EXECUTED BY THE SPECIlC MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER COMBINATION Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE  7KH 1;3RVW 3RVW 3URFHVVRU  0DQXIDFWXULQJ 2XWSXW 0DQDJHU 020 4HE -ANUFACTURING /UTPUT -ANAGER REFERRED TO AS -/- IS A UTILITY PROGRAM USED BY .80OST FOR GENERATING OUTPUT BASED UPON DATA THAT IS STORED WITHIN THE INTERNAL TOOL PATH .80OST USES THE -/- TO START ADD DATA AND SPECIFY FUNCTIONS TO THE INTERPRETER AND TO LOAD %VENT (ANDLERS AND $ElNITION lLES 3RVW %XLOGHU 4HE .80OST MECHANISM USES 4CL 4OOL #OMMAND ,ANGUAGE SCRIPTS AND lLES FOR POST PROCESSING 4HESE lLES EXTRACT INFORMATION FROM THE PART lLE PROCESS THIS INFORMATION ACCORDING TO DElNED RULES FORMATS THE INFORMATION FOR OUTPUT AND THEN OUTPUTS THE DATA TO A lLE WHICH IS LATER USED BY THE MACHINE CONTROL FOR MACHINING A PART 4HESE lLES ARE HIGHLY CUSTOMIZABLE AND IF MANUALLY EDITED REQUIRE THE WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF THE 4CL SCRIPTING LANGUAGE 0OST "UILDER PROVIDES A GRAPHICAL 5SER )NTERFACE FOR BUILDING POSTS 0OST "UILDER IS VERY mEXIBLE AND ALLOWS FOR THE DElNITION OF VARIOUS TYPES OF OUTPUT BLOCKS AND WORD ADDRESSES 3EQUENCE OF OUTPUT IN THE .# OUTPUT lLE IS VERY EASY TO CONTROL FOR BLOCKS INVOLVING THE START OF PROGRAM START OF OPERATION END OF OPERATION END OF PROGRAM TOOL CHANGES AND CANNED CYCLES 0OST "UILDER CURRENTLY CONlGURES POST PROCESSORS FOR THE FOLLOWING  s  AXIS MILLING MACHINES s  AXIS MILL TURN CENTERS 8:# s MULTI AXIS MILL TURN CENTERS s  AXIS MILLING MACHINES WITH A ROTARY TABLE OR A ROTARY HEAD s  AXIS MILLING MACHINES WITH DUAL ROTARY HEADS OR ROTARY TABLES s  AXIS MILLING MACHINES WITH ROTARY HEAD AND ROTARY TABLE s  AXIS LATHES s  AND  AXIS 7IRE %$- MACHINES 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  7KH 1;3RVW 3RVW 3URFHVVRU  4HE FOLLOWING mOWCHART ILLUSTRATES THE PROCESS OF BUILDING A POST PROCESSOR USING THE 0OST "UILDER Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE  7KH 1;3RVW 3RVW 3URFHVVRU  6XPPDU\ )N THIS LESSON YOU WERE INTRODUCED TO 4HE POST PROCESSING FUNCTION OF .80OST )NTERRELATIONSHIPS AND FUNCTIONALITY OF THE VARIOUS .80OST COMPONENTS  0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  /HVVRQ  "UILD A 0OST 0ROCESSOR WITH 0OST "UILDER  3XUSRVH 4HIS LESSON DESCRIBES THE PROCEDURES OF BUILDING POST PROCESSORS THROUGH THE USE OF THE 3RVW %XLOGHU 2EMHFWLYH 5PON COMPLETION OF THIS LESSON YOU WILL BE ABLE TO s 5NDERSTAND THE VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF 3RVW %XLOGHU s 5SE THE 3RVW %XLOGHU TO BUILD A  AXIS MILL POST PROCESSOR Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU   0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU 3RVW %XLOGHU RYHUYLHZ 3RVW %XLOGHU PROVIDES AN EASY TO USE INTERFACE FOR CREATING AND MODIFYING POST PROCESSORS $RAG AND DROP FUNCTIONS ALLOW THE CREATION OF FORMATS ADDRESSES SEQUENCES AND BLOCKS 4HE 3RVW %XLOGHU CREATES THE DElNITION OF OUTPUT BLOCKS FORMATS FOR ADDRESSES AND CONTROLS THE SEQUENCE OF OUTPUT FOR THE START AND END OF PROGRAM START AND END OF OPERATION AND TOOL PATH %VENTS 4HE 3RVW %XLOGHU WORKS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THREE lLES s 4HE 'H¿QLWLRQ lLE WITH DEF EXTENSION CONTAINS INFORMATION ABOUT THE MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER FUNCTIONALITY AND FORMAT REQUIREMENTS s 4HE (YHQW +DQGOHU WITH TCL EXTENSION CONTAINS INSTRUCTIONS OF HOW EACH %VENT TYPE IS TO BE PROCESSED s 4HE 3RVW %XLOGHU SDUDPHWHU lLE WITH PUI EXTENSION CONTAINS THE PARAMETERS THAT ARE USED BY 3RVW %XLOGHU FOR AN INDIVIDUAL POST 4HIS lLE IS REFERENCED WHENEVER YOU WOULD EDIT OR CUSTOMIZE A POST PROCESSOR USING THE 3RVW %XLOGHU !N EXISTING LIBRARY OF POST PROCESSORS IS PROVIDED BY 5'3 AT HTTPFTPUGSCOMUNIGRAPHICSPB?POSTSPOST?INDEXHTM -ACHINE TOOLS AND MACHINE CONTROLLERS IN INDUSTRY VARY GREATLY YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT POSTPROCESSORS MADE AVAILABLE ON THIS FTP SITE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AS EXAMPLE POSTPROCESSORS ONLY AND CONSIDERABLE ADJUSTMENT OF THESE POSTPROCESSORS MAY BE REQUIRED TO SUIT THE SPECIlC MACHINE TOOL 4HE ACTIVITIES IN THIS LESSON WILL USE A COPY OF THE MAIN #!- MACHRESOURCE DIRECTORY 4HE LOGIC BEHIND THIS CONCEPT IS THAT YOU CAN EXPERIMENT WITH VARIOUS IDEAS AND TECHNIQUES WITHOUT THE WORRY OF CORRUPTING ANY SYSTEM lLES THAT WOULD NORMALLY BE USED BY 1;3RVW OR 3RVW %XLOGHU 4HE FOLLOWING ACTIVITY WILL TAKE YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS OF CREATING A COPY OF THE MACHRESOURCE DIRECTORY STRUCTURE TO YOUR HOME DIRECTORY Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE   %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU $FWLYLW\ ² 3UHSDUDWLRQ IRU XVLQJ WKH 3RVW %XLOGHU )N THIS ACTIVITY YOU WILL MAKE A COPY OF THE -!#(2%3/52#% DIRECTORY STRUCTURE IN THE HOME DIRECTORY AND MODIFY THE DIRECTORIES FOR READWRITE ACCESS  3TEP  #OPY THE MACHRESOURCE DIRECTORY 3TART .8 /N THE .8 -AIN -ENU "AR CLICK +HOSĺ 1; /RJ )LOH TO VERIFY THE PDFKUHVRXUFH DIRECTORY BEING USED 3EARCH FOR THE ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE 8*,,B&$0B5(6285&(B',5 /PEN AN 80 %XPLORER WINDOW AND LOCATE THE DIRECTORY FROM THE PREVIOUS ACTION ITEM (IGHLIGHT THE PDFKUHVRXUFH DIRECTORY RIGHT CLICK ON PDFK UHVRXUFH DIRECTORY AND SELECT &RS\ (IGHLIGHT YOUR HOME DIRECTORY RIGHT CLICK ON YOUR HOME DIRECTORY AND SELECT 3DVWH 3TEP  #OPY THE ENVIRONMENT lLE UGII?ENVDAT TO YOUR HOME DIRECTORY &ROM THE 80 %XPLORER WINDOW LOCATE THE XJLLBHQYGDW lLE IN THE 1;[[8*,, DIRECTORY NOTE XX REPRESENTS CURRENT VERSION  (IGHLIGHT THE XJLLBHQYGDW lLE RIGHT CLICK ON THE XJLLBHQYGDW lLE AND SELECT &RS\ (IGHLIGHT YOUR HOME DIRECTORY RIGHT CLICK ON YOUR HOME DIRECTORY AND SELECT 3DVWH 3TEP  %DIT THE UGII?ENVDAT lLE TO REDElNE YOUR MACHRESOURCE DIRECTORY LOCATION (IGHLIGHT THE XJLLBHQYGDW lLE FROM YOUR HOME DIRECTORY RIGHT CLICK ON THE XJLLBHQYGDW lLE AND SELECT 2SHQ ZLWK :RUGSDG NOTE PRIOR TO EDITING THIS lLE YOU MAY HAVE TO ASSOCIATE THE lLE WITH EITHER 7ORDPAD OR .OTEPAD  3CROLL DOWN THE lLE UNTIL YOU lND THE FOLLOWING LINE 8*,,B&$0B5(6285&(B',5 ^8*,,B&$0B%$6(B',5`UHVRXUFH AND CHANGE THE LINE TO 8*,,B&$0B5(6285&(B',5 ^+20('5,9(`^+20(3$7+`UHVRXUFH WHERE +20('5,9( IS THE LETTER DESIGNATOR OF THE DISK DRIVE WHERE YOUR HOME DIRECTORY IS LOCATED AND +20(3$7+ IS THE DIRECTORY STRUCTURE  0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1; 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UNTIL YOU RETURN TO THE MAIN %XPLORER DIALOG 3TEP  2ESTART .8 ,OG OFF .8 AND THEN LOG BACK ON /N THE .8 -AIN -ENU BAR SELECT +HOS ĺ1; /RJ )LOH TO VERIFY THE UPDATED PDFKUHVRXUFH DIRECTORY IS BEING USED 4HIS COMPLETES THIS ACTIVITY Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE   %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU 3RVW %XLOGHU PHQX DQG WRRO EDUV 3RVW %XLOGHU IS STARTED BY CHOOSING FROM THE DESKTOP MENU BAR 6WDUWĺ$OO 3URJUDPVĺ1;ĺ3RVW 7RROVĺ3RVW %XLOGHU  7HEN YOU INITIALLY ENTER THE 3RVW %XLOGHU YOU WILL SEE THE 3RVW %XLOGHU 0HQX %DU 4HE -ENU "AR CONTAINS A &XH /LQH AND TWO 7RRO %DUV 4HE &XH OLQH DISPLAYS PROMPT MESSAGES ON EXPECTED INPUT BY THE CURRENT OPTION 4HESE MESSAGES INDICATE THE NEXT ACTION WHICH YOU NEED TO TAKE 4HE 3RVW )LOLQJ TOOLBAR CONTAINS THREE COMMAND BUTTONS ASSOCIATED WITH CREATING QHZ RSHQLQJ AND VDYLQJ POST PROCESSORS &UHDWH 1HZ OPTION ALLOWS FOR CREATION OF A NEW POST PROCESSOR 2SHQ ([LVWLQJ OPTION ALLOWS FOR MODIlCATION OR EDITING OF AN EXISTING POST PROCESSOR 6DYH OPTION ALLOWS FOR SAVING THE POST PROCESSOR CURRENTLY BEING WORKED UPON 4HE +HOS WRRO EDU CONTAINS COMMAND BUTTONS ASSOCIATED WITH HELP OPTIONS  0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU  %DOORRQ 7LS OPTION WHEN TURNED ON DISPLAYS A MESSAGE BALLOON THAT CONTAINS DESCRIPTIONS CONCERNING THE FUNCTIONALITY OF THE WIDGET WHENEVER THE CURSOR STOPS AT A WIDGET ON THE DIALOG &RQWH[W +HOS OPTION WHEN TURNED ON CHANGES THE POINTER INTO A QUESTION MARK 9OU CAN THEN CLICK ON AN ICON OR ITEM ON THE DISPLAY THAT YOU ARE IN QUESTION ABOUT AND WILL SEE AN EXPLANATION OF THE FUNCTION OF THE ICON OR ITEM #LICK ON THE EXPLANATION WINDOW TO CLOSE 8VHU¶V 0DQXDO IS A COMPLETE ONLINE MANUAL ON THE 3RVW %XLOGHU 4HE 8VHU¶V 0DQXDO ALSO CONTAINS -/- EVENTS AND VARIABLES 0ULL $OWN MENUS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR )LOH 2SWLRQV 8WLOLWLHV AND +HOS 4HE )LOH LIST ALLOWS FOR THE CREATION OPENING SAVING AND CLOSING OF POST PROCESSOR lLES )T ALSO ALLOWS YOU TO ACCESS A LIST OF THE MOST RECENTLY OPENED POSTS AS WELL AS EXITING FROM THE 3RVW %XLOGHU PROGRAM 4HE 2SWLRQV LIST ALLOWS FOR THE VALIDATION OF THE SYNTAX ADDRESSES BLOCKS AND FORMATS USED IN #USTOM #OMMANDS AS WELL AS THE NUMBER OF BACKUP lLES CREATED 4HE 8WLOLWLHV LIST ALLOWS FOR MODIlCATION OF THE 7HPSODWHBSRVWGDW DATA lLE AND THE ADDITION OF -/- VARIABLES Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU 4HE +HOS LIST ALLOWS FOR THE ACTIVATION OF %DOORRQ 7LSV &RQWH[W 6HQVLWLYH +HOS ACCESS TO THE 8VHU¶V 0DQXDO 5HOHDVH 1RWHV AND SPECIlC INFORMATION CONCERNING THE VERSION OF THE 3RVW %XLOGHU BEING UTILIZED   0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU 8VH WKH 3RVW %XLOGHU WR FUHDWH D QHZ 3RVW 3URFHVVRU 4O CREATE A NEW POST PROCESSOR THE 1HZ OPTION OR #REATE .EW COMMAND BUTTON FROM THE 0OST &ILING 4OOL "AR FROM THE )LOH PULL DOWN MENU IS SELECTED 4HE &UHDWH 1HZ 3RVW 3URFHVVRU MENU IS DISPLAYED WHICH ALLOWS FOR POST PROCESSOR NAMING AND DESCRIPTION OUTPUT UNITS AND MACHINE TOOL AND CONTROLLER TYPE  4HE 3RVW 1DPH lELD IS THE NAME OF THE POST PROCESSOR BEING CREATED 3PACES ARE NOT ALLOWED 4HE 'HVFULSWLRQ lELD ALLOWS FOR TEXT DESCRIBING MACHINE TOOLCONTROLLER CHARACTERISTICS AND ANY OTHER MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 3RVW 2XWSXW 8QLWV SELECTION BUTTONS ALLOW FOR INCH OR METRIC OUTPUT Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU 0DFKLQH 7RRO ALLOWS THE SELECTION OF VARIOUS MILLING MULTI AXIS MACHINE LATHE CONlGURATIONS AND 7IRE %$- TYPE MACHINES &RQWUROOHU ALLOWS THE SELECTION OF JHQHULF OLEUDU\ OR 8VHU¶V MACHINE CONTROLLERS  s *HQHULF CONTROLLER CONTAINS DEFAULTS FOR A GENERIC CONTROL s /LEUDU\ ALLOWS THE SELECTION OF CONTROLLER FROM A .8 SUPPLIED LIST s 8VHU¶V ALLOWS THE SELECTION OF POST PROCESSORS BY BROWSING FOR SPECIlC POST PROCESSORS ./4% 9OU CAN SELECT A PREVIOUSLY CREATED POST PROCESSOR 4HE 0DFKLQH 7RRO AND &RQWUROOHU SELECTIONS DETERMINE BASE lLES USED TO CREATE THE POST PROCESSOR WHICH CONTAINS VARIOUS %VENTS COMMANDS AND PROCEDURES 4HE 2N BUTTON ENABLES ACCEPTANCE OF SPECIlCATIONS FOR THE MACHINE TOOL AND CONTROLLER AND ADVANCES YOU TO THE MAIN EDITOR PORTION OF THE USER INTERFACE 4HE &DQFHO BUTTON WILL DISMISS THE CURRENT MENU TERMINATES THE PROCESS OF CREATING A NEW POST PROCESSOR AND RETURNS YOU TO THE 3RVW %XLOGHU MENU BAR 7HEN YOU CREATE A NEW POST PROCESSOR YOU CAN ADD THE NAME OF THE POST TO THE WHPSODWHBSRVWGDW lLE 4HIS lLE CONTAINS A LIST OF POST PROCESSORS FOR .80OST TO USE )T DElNES A LIST OF POST PROCESSORS THAT ARE AVAILABLE IN THE 0OST 0ROCESS DIALOG 4HE NAME OF THE POST PROCESSOR CAN BE ADDED BY USING THE 8WLOLWLHV PULL DOWN MENU FROM THE MAIN TOOL BAR 4HE FOLLOWING ACTIVITY WILL INTRODUCE YOU TO THE BASIC CONCEPTS AND USE OF THE 3RVW %XLOGHU MODULE  0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU $FWLYLW\ ² ,QWURGXFWLRQ WR 3RVW %XLOGHU 3TEP  3TART THE 3RVW %XLOGHU /N THE MENU BAR CHOOSE 6WDUWĺ$OO 3URJUDPVĺ1;ĺ3RVW 7RROVĺ3RVW %XLOGHU  3ELECT 1HZ FROM THE )LOH MENU AND IN THE 3RVW 1DPH lELD NAME THE POST PROCESSOR BP\BSRVW WHERE STANDS FOR YOUR INITIALS 1RWH 5SE LOWER CASE CHARACTERS ONLY AND NO SPACES 3TEP  3ELECT VARIOUS INITIAL OPTIONS &OR 3RVW 2XWSXW 8QLW YOU WILL ACCEPT THE DEFAULT OF LQFKHV &OR 0DFKLQH 7RRO YOU WILL ACCEPT THE DEFAULT OF 0LOO .OTICE THE  AXIS BUTTON BAR 3ELECT THE  AXIS BUTTON BAR AND NOTICE THE CHOICES AVAILABLE 9OU WILL ACCEPT THE DEFAULT FOR  AXIS $ISMISS THE D[LV &OR &RQWUROOHU YOU WILL ACCEPT THE DEFAULT OF *HQHULF 3OME COMMON CONTROLLERS ARE ALREADY PROVIDED )F YOU WERE TO SELECT THE /LEUDU\ OPTION A LIST OF AVAILABLE CONTROLLERS WOULD BE AVAILABLE FOR SELECTION AS A TEMPLATE IN BUILDING YOUR POST #LICK 2. 4HE 0DLQ (GLWRU PROPERTY PAGE TAB IS DISPLAYED Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU  3TEP  3AVE YOUR NEWLY CREATED POST PROCESSOR TO YOUR HOME DIRECTORY 3ELECT )LOH FROM THE MENU BAR AND THEN SELECT 6DYH $V 3ELECT 2. AT THE 6HOHFW /LFHQVH DIALOG &ILTER TO YOUR HOME POST PROCESSOR DIRECTORY 6ISUALLY CHECK THE )LOH QDPH BOX IF THE lLE NAME SHOWN IS THE SAME AS THE lLE NAME OF YOUR POST PROCESSOR SELECT 2. OTHERWISE TYPE IN THE CORRECT NAME AND THEN SELECT 2. 7HEN YOU SAVE YOUR lLE THREE lLES ARE ACTUALLY SAVED 4HE lLES HAVE THE EXTENSION SXL WFO ANDGHI )N ORDER FOR YOUR NEWLY CREATED POST PROCESSOR TO BE INCLUDED IN THE .8 0OST 0ROCESSING WINDOW BY DEFAULT YOU MUST SAVE THE POST TO YOUR HOME POST PROCESSING DIRECTORY AND MODIFY THE WHPSODWHBSRVWGDW lLE TO INCLUDE THE NEW POST PROCESSOR 4HIS lLE IS ALSO LOCATED IN THE HOME POST PROCESSOR DIRECTORY 4HIS lLE IS ADDED TO THE TEMPLATE?POSTDAT lLE BY USING THE 8WLOLWLHV FUNCTION FROM THE MAIN MENU BAR 3TEP   !DD YOUR NEWLY CREATED POST PROCESSOR TO THE TEMPLATE?POSTDAT lLE 0OST "UILDING 4ECHNIQUES n 3TUDENT 'UIDE Ú5'3 #ORP !LL 2IGHTS 2ESERVED PWBJ 1;  %XLOG D 3RVW 3URFHVVRU ZLWK 3RVW %XLOGHU 3ELECT (GLW 7HPSODWH 3RVWV 'DWD )LOH FROM THE 8WLOLWLHV LIST  4HE )NSTALL 0OSTS DIALOG IS DISPLAYED "ROWSE TO YOUR POST PROCESSOR DIRECTORY IN YOUR HOME DIRECTORY THEN SELECT THE TEMPLATE?POSTDAT lLE AND CHOOSE 2. #LICK THE 722/ /,67 LINE AS SHOWN BELOW THEN SELECT THE 1(: BUTTON 4HE /PEN DIALOG IS DISPLAYED .AVIGATE TO YOUR HOME DIRECTORY AND SELECT THE POST PROCESSOR WHICH YOU PREVIOUSLY SAVED #LICK /PEN 4HE PATH AND NAME OF THE lLE ARE INSERTED INTO THE 7HPSODWHBSRVWGDW lLE #LICK 2. 4HE 6DYH $V DIALOG APPEARS )F NECESSARY SELECT THE lLE NAME WHPSODWHBSRVWGDW #LICK 6DYH #LICK - Xem thêm -