The maximum error allowed when calculating points on an arc.

Default: 120 segments per 360º

M00 Command:

Determine what to action to take at a M00 command.

Treat as End of Program: Stop import once M00 command is reached.

Ignore: Bypass M00 command.

Increment Tool: Typically M00 represents the end of the NC program, however some PCB Layout tools imply to Increment the tool number and continue.

Default: Treat as End of Program

Note: It is very import that you know the correct Units, Integer/Decimal digits, Type, Zero Suppression to use before loading the NC files. If after importing NC files, they do not seem to be correct you will need to change these settings and try again.

NC Units:

Units used when importing the NC file. Choose either English or Metric. Sometimes the units are included in the NC header, and sometimes units are not referenced.

Default: English

Integer Digits:

All NC file X/Y coordinate values are stored as integers. Integer Digits precede the decimal point.

Example: If integer digits are 3 and decimal digits 5, coordinate values would reference: XXX.XXXXX

Default: 2

Decimal Digits:

All NC file X/Y coordinate values are stored as integers Decimal Digits are after the decimal point.

Example: If integer digits are 3 and decimal digits 5, coordinate values would reference: XXX.XXXXX

Default: 4

Type:

Choose either Absolute or Incremental value for the type.

Default: Absolute

Zero Suppression:

Determine whether to omit zeros from integer coordinate values.

Decimal: Use only when coordinate values are floating.

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Arc Precision:The maximum error allowed when calculating points on an arc.

Default: 120 segments per 360ºM00 Command:Determine what to action to take at a M00 command.

Stop import once M00 command is reached.Treat as End of Program:Bypass M00 command.Ignore:Typically M00 represents the end of the NC program, however some PCB Layout tools imply to Increment the tool number and continue.Increment Tool:Default: Treat as End of ProgramNote: It is very import that you know the correct Units, Integer/Decimal digits, Type, Zero Suppression to use before loading the NC files. If after importing NC files, they do not seem to be correct you will need to change these settings and try again.

NC Units:Units used when importing the NC file. Choose either

orEnglish. Sometimes the units are included in the NC header, and sometimes units are not referenced.MetricDefault: EnglishInteger Digits:All NC file X/Y coordinate values are stored as integers. Integer Digits precede the decimal point.

Example: If integer digits are 3 and decimal digits 5, coordinate values would reference: XXX.XXXXX

Default: 2Decimal Digits:All NC file X/Y coordinate values are stored as integers Decimal Digits are after the decimal point.

Example: If integer digits are 3 and decimal digits 5, coordinate values would reference: XXX.XXXXX

Default: 4Type:Choose either Absolute or Incremental value for the type.

Default: AbsoluteZero Suppression:Determine whether to omit zeros from integer coordinate values.

Decimal: Use only when coordinate values are floating.

Default: Trailing