Commit 03eda111 authored by Fabrice Salvaire's avatar Fabrice Salvaire

doc cleanup

parent 04c18b01
......@@ -164,8 +164,8 @@ G1 Example
Z1 F25 (linear move at a feed rate of 25 from current position to Z1)
M2 (end program)
* See `G90 <#gcode:g90-g91>`__ & `F <#sec:set-feed-rate>`__ &
`M2 <#mcode:m2-m30>`__ sections for more information.
* See `G90 <#gcode:g90-g91>`__ & `F <#sec:set-feed-rate>`__ & `M2 <#mcode:m2-m30>`__ sections for
more information.
If cutter compensation is active, the motion will differ from the above; see the `Cutter
Compensation <#sec:cutter-compensation>`__ Section.
......@@ -928,7 +928,7 @@ G33 Example
M2 (end program)
* See `G90 <#gcode:g90-g91>`__ & `G0 <#gcode:g0>`__ & `M2 <#mcode:m2-m30>`__ sections for more
information.
information.
**It is an error if:**
......@@ -982,8 +982,8 @@ G33.1 Example
G33.1 Z-0.750 K0.05 (rigid tap a 20 TPI thread 0.750 deep)
M2 (end program)
* See `G90 <#gcode:g90-g91>`__ & `G0 <#gcode:g0>`__ &
`M2 <#mcode:m2-m30>`__ sections for more information.
* See `G90 <#gcode:g90-g91>`__ & `G0 <#gcode:g0>`__ & `M2 <#mcode:m2-m30>`__ sections for more
information.
**It is an error if:**
......@@ -1410,13 +1410,13 @@ Figure 3. G76 Threading
* ``P-`` - The ``thread pitch`` in distance per revolution.
* ``Z-`` - The final position of threads. At the end of the cycle the tool will be at this Z
position.
* ``I-`` - The ``thread peak`` offset from the ``drive line``. Negative ``I`` values are external threads,
and positive ``I`` values are internal threads. Generally the material has been turned to this size
before the ``G76`` cycle.
* ``J-`` - A positive value specifying the ``initial cut depth``. The first threading cut will be ``J``
beyond the ``thread peak`` position.
* ``K-`` - A positive value specifying the ``full thread depth``. The final threading cut will be ``K``
beyond the ``thread peak`` position.
* ``I-`` - The ``thread peak`` offset from the ``drive line``. Negative ``I`` values are external
threads, and positive ``I`` values are internal threads. Generally the material has been turned to
this size before the ``G76`` cycle.
* ``J-`` - A positive value specifying the ``initial cut depth``. The first threading cut will be
``J`` beyond the ``thread peak`` position.
* ``K-`` - A positive value specifying the ``full thread depth``. The final threading cut will be
``K`` beyond the ``thread peak`` position.
Optional settings
......@@ -2035,8 +2035,8 @@ is replaced with a new offset that makes the current point become the specified
LinuxCNC stores the G92 offsets and reuses them on the next run of a program. To prevent this, one
can program a G92.1 (to erase them), or program a G92.2 (to remove them - they are still stored).
See the `Coordinate System <#cha:coordinate-system>`__ Section for an
overview of coordinate systems.
See the `Coordinate System <#cha:coordinate-system>`__ Section for an overview of coordinate
systems.
See the `Parameters <#gcode:parameters>`__ Section for more information.
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