Everything your Hyrel 3D Printer does is done by executing GCode, whether you are aware of it or not.
Below, I will explain those gcodes about which we get the most questions.
There are two primary movement commands: G0 and G1, and are thus explained:
G0 is a rapid positioning move. It is not a working move, meaning that your equipment will not be printing, milling, lasering, or doing any other active work during a G0 move. G0 is intended to move your tool to a new position, where the work will happen. Accordingly, G0 movement speeds are normally set to a maximum on your equipment, via your configuration settings, rather than being specified in your gcode file.