@ShonnRonza I had to look over the code to remember its been a while.
The script is a Python file, so if you don’t have Python install it first. The easiest way I do this is to install Anaconda, from Continuum Analytics. It is a VERY powerful toolset that installs Python and most of the libraries you’ll need for easy development.
The script takes in a GCode file that calls out the peck drill MOP, G83 and converts it into milling instructions in a new output file. If you aren’t working with GCode files (like working straight out of easel) then this tool won’t be beneficial to you.
Once you have Python, you can execute the script. If you used Anaconda, then the library you need for the GUI to work will pop up and ask you for the file you want to convert. If you don’t have the Tkinter library in your install, you can just comment out that part and hardcode the filepath to the Gcode. Tell the script where you file is and out pops a mill converted peck drill.
PLEASE PLEASE use something like OpenSCAM to make sure the tool path makes sense, and PLEASE do an air cut first. Anytime Gcode is manipulated, pretty nasty things can happen. And the machine always does what it’s told…unfortunately.