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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Warranty All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. iii 21-April-06 Warranty ANILAM warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year from date of installation. At our option, we will repair or...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Contents All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. v 21-April-06 Section 1 - Introduction Section 2 - Conversational Mode Programming Hot Keys Programming Hot Keys..........................................................................

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Contents vi All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Bolt Hole Pattern .................................................................................................................4-9 Thread Milling Cycle.............

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Contents All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. vii 21-April-06 Inserting a Block .....................................................................................................................5-4 Editing Blocks ................

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Introduction All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 1-1 21-April-06 Section 1 - Introduction The 6000M and 5000M CNCs support a conversational programming feature. This feature is standard on 6000M, and an option on 5000M. The fea...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Conversational Mode Programming Hot Keys All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 2-1 21-April-06 Section 2 - Conversational Mode Programming Hot Keys Programming Hot Keys Programming hot keys allow you to enter position coordinates a...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Conversational Mode Programming Hot Keys 2-2 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Editing Keys Editing keys allow you to edit program blocks. These keys are located below the Programming Hot Keys. Refer to Table 2...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-1 21-April-06 Section 3 - Writing Conversational Programs Program Basics Each program consists of blocks of instructions that direct machine movements. Give...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-2 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 8. Subsequent blocks in the program are the moves, cycles, and tool changes required to machine the part. 9. Make the last three blocks of th...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-3 21-April-06 Writing Program Blocks You can program a block for a move type, mode, or cycle using one of the following: hot keys, soft keys, or pop-up menu...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-4 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Press Save (F10) from any entry field to close the graphic menu and add the block to the program. Move the highlight from field to field usi...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-5 21-April-06 Programming a Tool Change Identify tools with tool numbers. When you activate a tool, its tool length and diameter offsets activate. List the...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-6 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Activating Tool-Diameter Compensation Turn compensation on or off in (Rapid or Line) ramp moves. Ramp moves offset the tool on the programme...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-7 21-April-06 Table 3-1, Move and Cycle Compensation Requirements (Continued) Move or Cycle Program a Rapid or Line move to activate tool comp before you pro...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-8 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Programming a Dwell Dwell pauses a running program for a specified length of time, in seconds. Dwell resolution is 0.1 sec. When the operat...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-9 21-April-06 Programming a Return to Machine Zero NOTE: The CNC measures all entered coordinates in the Machine Home graphic menu from Machine Zero. The CN...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-10 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Programming Fixture Offsets Refer to Figure 3-2. NOTE: Presets and SetZero will work with Fixture Offsets. Figure 3-2, Fixture Offset Gr...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-11 21-April-06 Z Z-Offset coordinate. If you do not type a value, the CNC activates the offsets listed in the Fixture Offsets Table for the entered Fixture...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-12 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Changing Fixture Offsets in the Table There are two ways to change the values in the table, manually type a value or calibrate the fixture o...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-13 21-April-06 Figure 3-4, Executing a SetZero Block Change Absolute Zero to cut more than one part with the same moves. Restore the location of the origin...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-14 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 When an axis entry field (X, Y, or Z) remains blank in a graphic menu, the CNC does not change the position of that axis. Refer to Figure 3...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-15 21-April-06 To program a Plane block using soft keys: 1. In Edit Mode press Mill (F5) to display the Mill soft keys. 2. Press More (F7) to display the Mo...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-16 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 To program an RPM block from the soft keys: 1. In Edit Mode, press Mill (F5) to display the Mill soft keys. 2. Press More (F7) to display t...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-17 21-April-06 Programming a Line Move Straight-line moves run in Feed. Refer to Figure 3-8. Figure 3-8, Line Move Graphic Menu To program a Line move usi...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-18 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Line or Rapid Moves Using the X, Y, or XY endpoints, the CNC can write Line or Rapid moves. The CNC calculates the missing endpoint(s). D...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-19 21-April-06 Programming a Move Using XY Location, Radii, or Angles To program a move using a Line or Rapid block: 1. In Edit Mode, press Mill (F5) and se...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-20 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Arcs Selecting the Plane for an Arc The CNC executes Arcs in the XY plane by default. For an Arc in the XZ or YZ plane, program the plane c...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-21 21-April-06 than 180 degrees, type a negative radius value. The CNC selects which Arc center to use, based on the sign of the typed value. To program an...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-22 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Programming an Arc Using the Center and Endpoint NOTE: Use Center and Endpoint Arcs to cut helical threads. To define the Center - Endpoint...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-23 21-April-06 To program a Center – End Point Arc using soft keys: 1. In Edit Mode, press Mill (F5) to display the Mill secondary soft keys. 2. Press Arc...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-24 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Programming an Arc Using the Center and the Included Angle To define the Center - Angle Arc, type the arc center and the included angle. Th...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-25 21-April-06 Refer to Figure 3-17. Figure 3-17, Arc (Center - Angle) Graphic Menu To program an Arc using the center and the included angle using hot keys...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs 3-26 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Programming M-Code Blocks The CNC supports M-Code functions. Enable available M-Codes at installation. Refer to the machine builder’s te...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Writing Conversational Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 3-27 21-April-06 Dry Run M-Codes In Dry Run Mode, the machine axes (X, Y, and Z) move through the program without cutting into the work. The CNC disables cool...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-1 21-April-06 Section 4 - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals Drilling Cycles NOTE: Program all blocks by filling in the entry fi...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-2 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Figure 4-1, BASIC DRILLING Graphic Menu 3. Type the required values and settings in the entry fields. With the last entry fi...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-3 21-April-06 To program a Peck Drilling cycle: 1. In Edit mode, press Drill (F3) to display the Drill cycle pop-up menu. 2. Highlight Peckin...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-4 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Boring Cycle Boring is a modal operation. When the CNC encounters a Boring block it executes a Boring Cycle at the endpoint o...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-5 21-April-06 3. Type the required values and settings in the entry fields. With the last entry field highlighted, press ENTER. The display ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-6 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 CHIP BREAKING CYCLE entry fields: ZDepth Absolute depth of the finished hole. Value required. NOTE: ZDepth must be lower th...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-7 21-April-06 To program a Tapping block: 1. In Edit mode, press Drill (F3) to display the Drill cycle pop-up menu. 2. Highlight Tapping and...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-8 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Drill Pattern The Pattern Cycle instructs the CNC to execute a pattern of regularly spaced moves. Locate a Pattern Cycle betw...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-9 21-April-06 Bolt Hole Pattern The Bolt Hole Cycle instructs the CNC to run a series of moves with endpoints that form a circular pattern. A...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-10 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 IndexAngle The number of degrees that the 3 o’clock reference position rotates around the center (rotates entire pattern). ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-11 21-April-06 YCenter Y coodinate of the center of the thread. If no coordinate is entered, the CNC puts the center of the thread at Y0. Op...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-12 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Pocket Cycles NOTE: Program all blocks by filling in the entry fields of a Graphic Menu. Pocket canned cycles simplify the ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-13 21-April-06 Facing Cycle Facing cycles simplify the programming required to face the surface of a part. Execution begins one tool radius ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-14 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 NOTE: ZDepth must be lower than StartHgt. StartHgt is 0.100 inches (2.0 mm) above the work surface. FACE POCKET entry fiel...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-15 21-April-06 Rectangular Profile Cycle The Rectangular Profile Cycle cleans up the inside or outside profile of a rectangle. When this cycl...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-16 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 When you type a FinStock value, the CNC leaves the specified stock on the profile and depth for a finish pass. The CNC cuts ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-17 21-April-06 RoughFeed Rough pass feedrate. Optional. FinFeed Finish pass feedrate. Optional. Circular Profile Cycle The Circular Profile ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-18 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 When you type a FinStock value, the CNC leaves the specified stock on the profile and depth for a finish pass. The CNC finis...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-19 21-April-06 Rectangular Pocket Cycle Rectangular Pocket cycles simplify the programming required to mill out rectangular pockets. When exe...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-20 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 StartHgt Absolute Z position to which the CNC rapids to before feeding into the work. Value required. NOTE: StartHgt is 0.1...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-21 21-April-06 Circular Pocket Cycle Circular Pocket cycles simplify the programming of circular pockets. When executed, the CNC rapids to th...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-22 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 ZDepth Absolute depth of the finished hole. Value required. Direction Allows you to select a clockwise (Cw) or counterclockw...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-23 21-April-06 Frame Pocket Cycle A Frame Pocket Cycle simplifies the programming required to mill out a Frame. When executed, the CNC rapids...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-24 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 NOTE: StartHgt is 0.100 inches (2.0 mm) above the work surface. ZDepth must be lower than StartHgt. IslandLen Outside lengt...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-25 21-April-06 Hole - Mill Cycle Use Hole Mill cycles to cut through holes, clean up the inside diameter of existing holes, or counter-bore ex...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-26 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Direction Allows you to select a clockwise (Cw) or counterclockwise (Ccw) direction. Press +/- to toggle the selection. Se...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-27 21-April-06 Irregular Pocket Cycle An irregular pocket cycle simplifies the programming of an irregular pocket. An IRRegular pocket block ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-28 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Determining Move Direction Two factors determine how moves step over across the pocket: • The starting position of the f...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-29 21-April-06 Type an Angle to force the direction of the first move to the typed absolute angle. The angle must point to a direction inside...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-30 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 When you do not type a RoughFeed or FinFeed value, the CNC executes feed moves at the current feedrate. RoughFeed controls t...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-31 21-April-06 YStart Y coordinate of a ramp move to the starting position. Optional. NOTE: Use XStart and YStart values together, if at all...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-32 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Pockets with Islands This cycle allows islands in irregular pockets. The main pocket must the lowest subroutine number. Nor...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-33 21-April-06 Using Figure 4-25 as an example: Figure 4-25, DXF Pockets with Islands Example Workpiece 1. Select a start point on outer pr...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-34 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 DXF Program Example Table 4-1, DXF Pockets with Islands Programming Example 1. Dims Abs 2. Offset Fixture# 1 3. Tool #1 4....

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-35 21-April-06 Using Subroutines for Pockets with Islands This example using subroutinges for Pockets with Islands uses the following illust...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-36 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Sub 2 Rapid X 9.0000 Y 7.0000 Feed 50.0000 Line X 10.0000 Line Y 10.0000 Line X 9.0000 Line Y 7.0000 EndSub Sub 3 Rapid X ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-37 21-April-06 Subprograms Program repetitive operations in a subprogram called from the main program. • Call (or nest) subprograms within...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-38 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 16 Dim Abs 17 Z 0.1000 18 EndSub End of Subprogram 1 19 <End Of Program> End of Program The main program begins at ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-39 21-April-06 Calling Subprograms from the Main Program To call a subprogram from the main program: 1. In Edit Mode, press Sub (F8) to disp...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-40 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Looping Subprograms Looping subprograms repeat a set number of times before they return to the main program. The CNC tracks ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-41 21-April-06 3. Fill in the ROTATE/MIRROR/SCALE SUB entry fields defined below: Sub# Subprogram number. Value required. 99#Loops Number of...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-42 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Programming an Ellipse The Ellipse Cycle simplifies the programming required to cut an ellipse. When the Ellipse Cycle runs,...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-43 21-April-06 YCenter Y coordinate of ellipse centerline. Value required. HalfLength Half the overall X dimension of the ellipse. Increment...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-44 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Programming a Spiral A spiral is an arc with a continuously changing radius. To program a spiral, type the Direction of the c...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-45 21-April-06 4. Type the required values and settings in the entry fields: Direction Allows you to select a clockwise (Cw) or counterclock...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-46 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Rotations Around X- and Y-Axes (Small Radius) Each Mold Rotation block requires two subprograms: a forward subprogram (FwdSub...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-47 21-April-06 The CNC first executes the forward subprogram to the profile endpoint. It then executes the reverse subprogram back to the sta...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-48 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Write compensated moves to the subprogram. Remember that tool compensation (left of path and right of path) will reverse in ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-49 21-April-06 The StartAngle and EndAngle are absolute angles that define the rotation. To program a cavity or core, first determine the ori...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-50 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Rotations Around X- and Y-Axes (Large Radius) The mold rotation cycle executes subprograms starting at the present position. ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-51 21-April-06 Rotation Around the Z-Axis The centerline of rotation is parallel to the Z-axis (AxisRot). The BAxisCL and CAxisCL values are ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-52 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Figure 4-42 defines the Z-axis rotation start and end angles. +X-X-Y+Y+Z-ZStartAngleEndAngle Figure 4-42, Z-Axis Rotation Sta...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-53 21-April-06 BAxisCL First position coordinate of the rotated axis. Optional. CAxisCL Second position coordinate of the rotated axis. Opti...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-54 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Do not use tool compensation with the Elbow Milling Cycle. When cutting a particularly deep elbow, it may be necessary to cu...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-55 21-April-06 +X+X+X+Y+Y+YStartingPointXCenterYCenter90o90o90oStartingPointStartingPointXCenterYCenterXCenterYCenter Figure 4-47, Starting Po...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-56 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 The Cycles value determines the number of passes used to cut the elbow. Type a negative cycle value to cut a core (above the...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-57 21-April-06 To program an Elbow Milling cycle: 1. In Edit Mode, press Pocket (F4) to display a pop-up menu. 2. Highlight Elbow Milling and...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-58 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Engraving, Repeat, and Mill Cycles This section describes operation of three new cycles: Engraving Cycle 95,Repeat Cycle 9...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-59 21-April-06 Figure 4-53, Engraving Cycle Screen Table 4-3, Engraving Cycle Entry Fields Entry Fields Description Text When the cursor is...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-60 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Sample Engraving Cycle Program 1 Dim Abs 2 Unit Inch 3 Rapid X 0.00000 Y 0.00000 4 Tool# 1 5 Rapid X 1.00000 Y 1....

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-61 21-April-06 2. Complete the entry fields (refer to Table 4-4), and press ENTER. Table 4-4, Repeat Cycle Entry Fields Entry Field Descript...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-62 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Mill Cycle The Mill cycle is intended for contour milling operations. Cutter compensation, Z pecking, Z finish stock, RoughF...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-63 21-April-06 Table 4-5, Mill Cycle Entry Fields Entry Field Description XStart X coordinate for start of Mill cycle. Defaults to current ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-64 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Probing Cycles Probing cycles have the following features: Tool probe cycles 116,Spindle probe cycles 116, This section de...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-65 21-April-06 For probing system parameter setup information, refer to: • actionGoToR:5000M CNC Setup actionGoToR:Utility Manual, P/N actio...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-66 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Description of Tool Probe Cycles • For tool probing or tool length presetting, Tool-Length Offset (TLO) is the distance f...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-67 21-April-06 Tool Probe Calibration Cycle (CalibTlPrb) Format: CalibTlPrb DiamOfStd(n) DistDown(n) This cycle is used to calibrate the pr...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-68 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 6. The spindle will come on at the RPM specified at the “RPM for calibration and tool measurement” machine setup paramete...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-69 21-April-06 Tool Length and Diameter Offset Preset (LenDiamMea) Format: LenDiamMea Tool#(tool#) EstDiam(n) MeasType (Length, Diameter, o...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-70 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Table 4-7, LenDiamMea Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description DistDown The distance to go down along the side of th...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-71 21-April-06 3. Execute that line if you are in MDI mode, or run the program if you have set all the tools up in a program. 4. If you have d...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-72 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Format: LenDiaMea Tool#(tool#) EstDiam(tool rough diameter) With Tool# and EstDiam parameters only set: 1. The machine will ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-73 21-April-06 4. The spindle will then come on counter clockwise at the RPM specified in the “RPM for calibration and tool measurement” m...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-74 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Manual Tool Length Measure for Special Tools (LenSpecMea) Format: LenSpecMea Tool#(tool#) DiamOfStd(n) OvrMedFeed(n) OvrSl...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-75 21-April-06 Warning: Large tools can result in probe damage if the touch feedrate is set too fast. For this reason, the parameters: OvrM...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-76 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Manual Tool Diameter Measure for Special Tools (DiaSpecMea) Format: DiaSpecMea Tool#(tool#) EstDiam(n) DistDown(n) OvrMedF...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-77 21-April-06 Table 4-9, DiaSpecMea Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description OvrRPM This is the override for the RPM that was set in...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-78 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 3. The Z-axis will feed down with the spindle on, touching the top of the probe stylus. Once the top of the probe is found, ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-79 21-April-06 Tool Breakage, Length, and Diameter Wear Detection (BrkWearDet) Format: BrkWearDet Tool#(tool#) EstDiam(n) MaxLenAdj(n) MaxD...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-80 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Table 4-10, BrkWearDet Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description Update If this is undefined or set to No, the Break ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-81 21-April-06 You must know the distance from the top of the probe stylus down that you will have to move so that the largest part of the too...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-82 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Spindle Probe Cycle Designations The following summarizes the cycles available: CalibPtPrb Spindle Probe Calibration Cyc...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-83 21-April-06 ProbeMove Protected Positioning Move This cycle allows for safe positioning of the probe around the part and will generate an ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-84 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Spindle Probe Calibration (CalibPtPrb) Format: CalibPtPrbn) Top(n) DistDown(n) DistBack(n) GaugeDiam(n) DistInX(n) DistInY...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-85 21-April-06 To calibrate the probe: 1. Jog the probe to the approximate center of the ring gauge by eye and into the hole of the ring gauge...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-86 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Edge Finding (EdgeFind) Format: EdgeFind SearchDir(XPlus, XMinus, YPlus, YMinus, ZPlus, or ZMinus) Offset(0–9) • Calib...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-87 21-April-06 Outside Corner Finding (CornerOut) Format: CornerOut SearchQuad(XPlusYPlus, XMinusYPlus, XMinusYMinus, XPlusYMinus) Top(Yes/...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-88 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Table 4-13, CornerOut Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description DistBack Specifies the distance away from the edge fo...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-89 21-April-06 Inside Corner Finding (CornerIn) Format: CornerIn SearchQuad(XPlusYPlus, XMinusYPlus, XMinusYMinus, XPlusYMinus) Top(Yes/No)...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-90 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Table 4-14, CornerIn Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description DistBack Specifies the distance away from the edge for...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-91 21-April-06 Inside/Outside Boss/Hole Finding (InOutBoss) Format: InOutBoss Side(In/Out) Length(n) Width(n) Top(Yes/No) DistDown(n) DistB...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-92 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Table 4-15, InOutBoss Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description DistInX The distance from the starting point to move ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-93 21-April-06 Inside/Outside Web Finding (InOutWeb) Format: InOutWeb Side(In/Out) Length(n) Width(n) Top(Yes/No) DistDown(n) DistBack(n) D...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-94 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Table 4-16, InOutWeb Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description DistInX The distance from the starting point to move ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-95 21-April-06 Protected Probe Positioning (ProbeMove) Format: ProbeMove X(n) Y(n) Z(n) Feed(n) • When an X, Y, and/or Z move is program...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-96 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Skew Error Find (SkewComp) Format: SkewComp Action(Find/FindActive/Activate) EstAngle(n) DistPicks(n) Top(Yes/No) DistDown...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-97 21-April-06 Table 4-18, SkewComp Entry Fields Entry Fields Description Action Find Finds the skew angle, but does not activate skew compen...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals 4-98 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Table 4-18, SkewComp Entry Fields (Continued) Entry Fields Description DistDown The distance to go down from the top of part ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Programming Canned Cycles, Ellipses, and Spirals All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 4-99 21-April-06 Caution: When positioning the probe from within the program you should always use the ProbeMove (Protected Probe Positioning) ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Editing Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 5-1 21-April-06 Section 5 - Editing Programs Write and edit conversational program blocks using the CNC’s Conversational Program Editor (the Edit screen). Activate the Conve...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Editing Programs 5-2 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 The Program Editor Screen The Program Editor monitors mode changes written to a program. The mode indicators displayed in the Program Editor indicate the CNC...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Editing Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 5-3 21-April-06 Program Listing Current listing of the blocks in the open program. Highlight Selects a block for editing and acts as an insertion marker for adding new blocks. ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Editing Programs 5-4 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Inserting a Block To insert a program block: 1. In Edit Mode, highlight the block that will follow the inserted block. 2. Program the new block from the appr...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Editing Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 5-5 21-April-06 Paging through the Program Listing To scroll through the Program Listing one page at a time: 1. In Edit Mode, Press Misc (F9). The CNC displays the Soft key s...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Editing Programs 5-6 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Canceling a Comment To cancel a comment: 1. In Edit Mode, highlight the comment block to be canceled. 2. Press 0. The CNC deletes the asterisk and will no l...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Editing Programs All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 5-7 21-April-06 Figure 5-2, More Pop-up Menu

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-1 21-April-06 Section 6 - Calculators CNC Calculator Package The CNC features a powerful calculator package that contains three separate calculators: Mathematics Calculator 14...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-2 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 2. Highlight the Math Calculator template and press ENTER to display the math calculator pop-up window. Refer to Figure 6-2. Figure 6-2, Math Calculator and Soft...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-3 21-April-06 Type the first number of the calculation, and press an operation soft key. The CNC displays the number in the column. Next, select the desired operation to perform...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-4 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 The CNC performs operations within parentheses top to bottom, as they appear in the column, with innermost expressions solved first. For example, the following exp...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-5 21-April-06 To use an additional function: 1. With the math calculator active, type the number and press Func (F7) to display the Function pop-up menu to the right of the calcul...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-6 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Using the Triangle Calculator The Right Triangle Calculator solves only right triangle problems. The Right Triangle Calculator’s pop-up screen contains three ma...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-7 21-April-06 Hiding the Right Triangle Calculator Screen To temporarily hide the Right Triangle Calculator Screen: 1. Press Hide (F4). The CNC temporarily hides the Right Trian...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-8 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Geometry Calculator Screen The Geometry Calculator consists of a pop-up screen with a display area, a message area, and 18 geometry templates. The CNC displays th...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-9 21-April-06 The Geometry List contains the following details about each element: Circles Absolute position of center and radius Lines Orientation (angle) and absolute position ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-10 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Point Templates Some point templates insert points at operator-defined positions. Other point templates use other elements as references. Refer to Table 6-3. ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-11 21-April-06 Line Templates Line templates use other elements or axis positions as references. Templates that draw lines tangent to circles, display all possible tangent lines ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-12 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Circle Templates Circle templates use other elements as a positioning reference. Templates that draw circles tangent to other circles, lines, or points display ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-13 21-April-06 Deleting Selected Elements To delete an element from the sketch: 1. With the Geometry Calculator active, press GEOMETR (F7) to display a pop-up menu. 2. Highlight ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-14 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Calculating the Distance between Two Elements Use Calc. Distance to calculate the shortest distance between any two elements drawn with the Geometry Calculator. ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-15 21-April-06 Recalling Values into a Program The Program Editor always displays Recall (F2) when a Graphic Menu activates. Recall calculator solutions stored in memory directly...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators 6-16 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Recalling Values from the Right Triangle Calculator To recall values from the Right Triangle Calculator: 1. From the Graphic Menu for the block being edited, hi...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Calculators All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 6-17 21-April-06 Recalling Values from the Geometry Calculator Recall Geometry Calculator values from the calculator’s Select point: pop-up menu. The CNC displays this menu next ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. Index-1 21-April-06 #loops, 4-40 5000M CNC Programming and Operations Manual, P/N 70000508, referenced, 1-1 5000M CNC Setup Utility Manual, P/N 70000509, referenced, 1-1, 4-65 6000M CNC ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index Index-2 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 to program, 4-5 circle templates, listed, 6-12 circular pocket cycle compensation, 3-7 description, 4-21 graphic menu, illustration, 4-21 to program, 4-21 circular ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. Index-3 21-April-06 using hot keys, 3-8 using soft keys, 3-8 resolution, 3-8, 4-4 DXF converter output format, pop-up menu, 4-33 pockets with islands description, 4-32 program example, 4...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index Index-4 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 Find, 4-97 FindActive, 4-97 fixture offsets changing, 3-12 define, 3-2 entry fields, 3-10 table entry, to calibrate, 3-12 illustrated, 3-11 to activate, 3-11 values...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. Index-5 21-April-06 listed, 2-1 plane block, to program, 3-14 program arc using center-end point, 3-22 using center-included angle, 3-25 using endpoint-radius, 3-21 rapid move, to progra...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index Index-6 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 offset preset, LenSpecMea, 4-65, 4-74 math calculator basics, listed, 6-2 description, 6-1 functions, listed, 6-4 numbers, storage, 6-5 operation keys, listed, 6-2 ...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. Index-7 21-April-06 moves with unknown endpoints, programming, 3-18 N negative radius value, 3-21 nesting subprograms, 4-37 no move blocks, description, 3-4 Nominal probe stylus diameter...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index Index-8 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 tool-length offset, description, 4-64 Probe, F10, 4-66 ProbeMove, protected positioning move defined, 4-83 description, 4-95 progamming feed block hot keys, 3-15 so...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. Index-9 21-April-06 straight moves, 3-16 tool change, 3-5 protected positioning move, ProbeMove, 4-83, 4-95 protected probe positioning, ProbeMove, 4-95 R ramp moves, 3-6 rapid block, mo...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index Index-10 All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. 21-April-06 SkewComp, skew error or angle find defined, 4-83 description, 4-96 soft keys feed block, to program, 3-15 labels, functions, listed, 5-3 line move, to program, 3-1...

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    Conversational Programming P/N 70000486E - Index All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. Index-11 21-April-06 to change, 3-5 tool breakage, length and diameter wear detection, BrkWearDet, 4-65, 4-79 tool length and diameter offset preset, LenDiamMea, 4-65, 4-69 tool probe c...

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