This International Standard defines the elements of a set of
post processor statements to be used in numerical control
software. These statements are encoded on 2 000 class
and 20 000 class CLDATA records or their equivalent.
Each processor using one of the ISO numerical control
programming languages shall be capable of producing post
processor command type CLDATA records as defined in
this International Standard.
Each post processor shall be capable of using the post
processor command type CLDATA records defined in this
international Standard as input.
This International Standard does not prescribe
a) the mechanism by which the statements are processed;
b) the medium on which the input language statements
c) the medium and format of output machine control data;
d) the order of statements within a part program.
Note: This standard is updated by a Maintenance Agency or Registration Authority
Status: PublishedPublication date: 2000-10
Edition: 2Number of pages: 271
Technical Committee: ISO/TC 184/SC 1 Industrial cyber and physical device control
- ICS :
- 25.040.20 Numerically controlled machines
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