Standard Practice for Formatting Cutting Data to Drive Numerically Controlled Fabric Cutting Machines
1.1 This practice specifies a data format for numerically-controlled cutting machines for fabric. This standard uses the defined instruction set defined in ANSI/EIA-274-D in addition to the codes defined by this practice. Required instructions not defined in this standard are defined in ANSI/EIA-274-D.
1.2 In addition to specifying the format of cut files, this practice defines interrogation commands, to support bi-directional communication between a cut-file-generating system and a cutter for potential automatic configuration of the program that generates the cut file. This type of command results in format classification and format detail information which is further described in ANSI/EIA-274-D.
1.3 This practice defines functions which are necessary to the task of cutting fabric in addition to the ANSI/EIA-274-D functions. These functions are assigned commands from the collection of "permanently unassigned" codes in ANSI/EIA-274-D and from other codes which that standard allows to be redefined.
1.4 This practice provides two new types of communication between cut-file generating software and cutters. Both of the two new types of codes are defined within the confines specified by ANSI/EIA-274-D and are, therefore, completely compatible with that standard.
1.4.1 Machine Specific—Provides a means for expanding functionally on cutters without the need to depart from the industry standard.
1.4.2 Format Classification Interrogation—A process for exchanging data concerning cutter capabilities between cut file generators and cutters.
1.5 The intended application of this practice is limited to the class of cutters that is found in those industries cutting apparel, textiles, upholstery, and other soft goods.
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