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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsSeries 16i / 18i / 21i – Model TAManual GuideOperator's ManualGFZ-63344EN/01July 1998

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    GFL-001Warnings, Cautions, and Notesas Used in this PublicationWarningWarning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents,temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment ormay be associated with its use.In situatio...

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    When using a machine equipped with the MANUAL GUIDE, be sure to observe thefollowing safety precautions.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

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    B-63344EN/01SAFETY PRECAUTIONS DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the user andpreventing damage to the machine. Precautions are classified into Warningand Caution according to their bearing safety. Also, supplementaryinformation id desc...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB-63344EN/01 FOR SAFETY DURING OPERATIONTo ensure safety while using a machine featuring the MANUAL GUIDEfunction, observe the following precautions:1. Confirm, on the screen, that the data has been entered correctly beforeproceeding to the next operation. Attempting operation ...

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    B-63344EN/01c -1TABLE OF CONTENTSSAFETY PRECAUTIONSDEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEFOR SAFETY DURING OPERATIONI. GENERAL1OVERVIEW ....................................................................................................... 32GUIDANCE HANDWHEEL ....................................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB-63344EN/01c -24.4.1Figure Data Window ..............................................................................................294.4.2Operations for Figure Data Editing ........................................................................304.5Checking Cutting Motions on...

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    B-63344EN/01TABLE OF CONTENTSc -36.5.5Deleting a Contour Figure......................................................................................496.5.6Changing a Figure .................................................................................................496.6Recall of Figure Data...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB-63344EN/01c -49.3.9Round Nose Cutting Tools .....................................................................................6610 CONVERTING MACHINING PROGRAM INTO NC PROGRAM............ 6710.1 Operations for Conversion .........................................................

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    B-63344EN/01TABLE OF CONTENTSc -55.1.4Supplemental Process Data in a Pop-up Window for Finishing.............................1105.2Detail of Figure Data .......................................................................................................1116CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING ...

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    I. GENERAL

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    B-63344EN/011. OVERVIEW-3-1OVERVIEWOverview of the manualThis manual describes the functions related to 1-Path Lathe MANUALGUIDE of Series 16i/18i/21i-TA.For other functions, refer to the operator’s manual for the Series 16i/18i/21i-TA.The specifications and usage of the MANUAL GUIDE may vary ...

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    2. GUIDANCE HANDWHEEL B-63344EN/01-4-2GUIDANCE HANDWHEELGuidance Cutting and Guidance HandwheelWhen a handwheel of a general-purpose lathe is rotated, the tool movesalong only one axis. To carry out machining along a tapered or arc figure,an operator must rotate two handwheels simultaneously in ...

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    B-63344EN/012. GUIDANCE HANDWHEEL-5-Rotating the Guidance Handwheel for MachiningAfter cutting a work-piece by using the above guidance cutting, this cuttingmotion can be taught into a machining program as an one block motioncommand, and these taught-in motion command can be used for playbackmac...

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    3. ALL-IN-ONE SCREEN B-63344EN/01-6-3ALL-IN-ONE SCREENIn MANUAL GUIDE, basically, only one screen called All-in-one Screen isused for all the operations for it.Title area :The title of MANUAL GUIDE is displayed always.CNC status area :Following CNC status information are displayed always.• Mod...

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    B-63344EN/013. ALL-IN-ONE SCREEN-7-• Actual command by machining programGraphic window:Following graphical drawing are displayed as occasion demands.• Taught-in tool path of guidance cutting and tracing cutting• Animated drawing of machining simulation• Tool path of machining simulationP...

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    4. SYMBOLS USED B-63344EN/01-8-4SYMBOLS USEDThe following explains how keys and buttons are indicated in this manual.(1) Functions buttons are indicated in bold type :Example) PRGRM, OFSET(2) Numeric keys to be entered from key-board are underlined :Example) 12.345(3) The input key is indicated ...

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    II. OPERATION

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    B-63344EN/011. OVERVIEW OF THE PROCEDURE-11-1OVERVIEW OF THE PROCEDURE1.1The MANUAL GUIDE ConceptBy using MANUAL GUIDE, an operator can handle a newly equippedmachine from simple cutting using a handwheel to complicated machiningstep by step. He will be able to carry out them without making a de...

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    1. OVERVIEW OF THE PROCEDURE B-63344EN/01-12-prepared on a machine operator’s panel.¨ Guidance / Single CuttingAs the 2nd skill up step, an operator can carry out a taper and circularcutting by using guidance handwheel.There are 2 types for this cutting.1) Guidance CuttingBy inputting a targ...

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    B-63344EN/011. OVERVIEW OF THE PROCEDURE-13-1.2Flowchart of OperationsThe following shows the general procedure from preparing to start making amachining program to executing a playback machining by using MANUALGUIDE. ReferencenoAPPENDIXII. 9. SETTING DATAII. 4. GUIDANCECUTTINGII.5. TRACIN...

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    2. DESCRIPTION OF THE KEYBOARD B-63344EN/01-14-2DESCRIPTION OF THE KEYBOARD2.1CNC Control Unit with 9.5” / 10.4” LCD2.2Separate-Type Small MDI Unit

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    B-63344EN/012. DESCRIPTION OF THE KEYBOARD-15-2.3Separate-Type Standard MDI Unit

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    3. DESCRIPTION OF COORDINATE B-63344EN/01-16-3DESCRIPTION OF COORDINATE3.1Machine Coordinate SystemThe above figure shows the state in which a tool post has returned to thereference position. The X and Z machine coordinates of the position of thetool post are 0. When the tool post is manually re...

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    B-63344EN/013. DESCRIPTION OF COORDINATE-17-3.2Work Coordinate SystemThe machine coordinate system previously mentioned is peculiar to aspecific machine. It is determined uniquely regardless of the work-piecesand tools used.Another coordinate system is required for each tool to prevent programme...

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    3. DESCRIPTION OF COORDINATE B-63344EN/01-18-At the time of changing work-piece and its length is changed, instead ofmeasuring the above geometry offset value for all tools, Work Shift offsetcompensation is used for shifting the work coordinate origin point.In the following sample drawing, WSFZ ...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-19-4GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSAs described in Chapter I.2 GUIDANCE HANDWHEEL, an operator cancarry out machining along a tapered or arc figure by using a guidancehandwheel. And also, he can enter the motion block into CNC temporarymemory, this entering...

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    4. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-20-4.2.1Main Process DataTOOL NUM.: Number of tool used for guidance cuttingFEED/REV.: Feedrate at playback machining, and it can bechanged to FEED/MIN. by pushing soft-key[FEED/MIN.].S- SPEED: Cutting speed at playback machining, and it can bechanged t...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-21-4.3Teach-in Cutting Motions After inputting necessary process data, a cursor moves into Figure DataWindow automatically, and then, an operator can begin guidance cuttingand teach-in operation. This status is called ‘Teach-in mode’.4.3.1Figure Da...

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    4. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-22-• Spindle CCW• Spindle Stop• Coolant ON• Coolant OFF• Return to Tool Change Position• Return to Machine Reference PositionBy pushing a necessary switch among these switches, correspondingauxiliary function is carried out.During Teach-in m...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-23-4.3.4Operation of Teach-in a Simple Linear Cutting Motion BlockDuring Teach-in mode, an operator can cut a work-piece in direction of onlypanel.After moving a tool toward a proper position, by pushing [TEACH CUT], anoperator can teach-in this tool mo...

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    4. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-24-Besides inputting data for target line, the following distance data aredisplayed in a pop-up window. An operator can move the tool whilechecking the distance to the target line.D: Distance between the current tool position and thetarget line.DX/DZ: D...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-25-In the guidance displayed in a pop-up window, pink and green arrowsindicate the direction in which the tool is moved. The direction in whichthe handwheel is rotated determines the direction of approach. At theend of hollow arrow, the handwheel and th...

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    4. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-26-can carry out the following 2 types of circular cutting in simultaneous Xand Z-axis direction.• Approach Cutting to an inputted Target Circle• Along Cutting to an inputted Target CircleIn order to input a target circle, the following data input ...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-27-After inputting necessary data in the above window, by pushing [INPUTEND], an operator can begin guidance cutting. By switching the guidancehandwheel mode on a machine operator’s panel, an operator can select one ofApproaching Cutting or Along Cutt...

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    4. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-28-3) Limit SettingSimilar to the former line guidance cutting, normally, a limit is set suchthat a tool does not exceed the target line.When the target line is inputted, an opposite area of target line from thetool position is set to the limit area.By ...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-29-Sample of Circular Cutting)4.4Editing Taught-in Blocks Taught-in “Auxiliary Function Block”, “Rapid Traverse Block” and “CuttingMotion Block” can be displayed in a figure data window as described in 4.3.And an operator can edit these blo...

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    4. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-30-4.4.2Operations for Figure Data Editing1) Alteration of numeric valueAfter pointing the objective word (=Address + Numeric data) by cursor,input only new numeric data through numeric keys on LCD/MDI unit,and push INPUT key.By these operations, only n...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-31-4.5.1Graphic WindowIn a graphic window, drawing of taught-in motion blocks are displayed inline form.Cutting motion blocks are displayed by solid lines, and rapid traverse blocksare displayed by dotted line.Figure which is specified by the operation ...

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    4. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-32-process can be started.4.6.2Whole Processes Playback MachiningIn order to use taught-in blocks for whole processes playback machining, itis necessary to save them into CNC memory as a playback machiningprogram.• Operations for saving as a new playb...

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    B-63344EN/014. GUIDANCE CUTTING OPERATIONS-33-4.7One-shot Machining Simulation of a Inputting ProcessTaught-in “Auxiliary Block”, “Rapid Traverse Block” and “Cutting MotionBlock”, can be checked by an one-shot playback machining simulation. Andthis machining simulation is done with t...

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    5. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-34-5SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONSAs described in Chapter I.2 GUIDANCE HANDWHEEL, an operator canenter cutting motions through key-board directly and control tool motions byusing a guidance handwheel as a synchronous feed mode. And, these enteredcutting motion...

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    B-63344EN/015. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-35-5.2.1Main Process DataTOOL NUM: Number of tool used for single cuttingFEED/REV.: Feedrate at playback machining, and it can bechanged to FEED/MIN. by pushing soft-key[FEED/MIN.].S-SPEED: Cutting speed at playback machining, and it can bechanged to REV/...

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    5. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-36-In this figure data window, entered and taught-in cutting motion blocks aredisplayed, and an operator can edit the contents of them.During Teach-in mode, the following soft-keys are displayed and they areused for entering a new motion block and teach-i...

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    B-63344EN/015. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-37-5.3.4Operation of Teach-in a Simple Linear Cutting Motion BlockSimilar to a guidance cutting process, an operator can cut a work-piece indirection of only X-axis or Z-axis by using a normal handwheel, and thesecutting motions can be taught-in by [TEACH...

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    5. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-38-• Linear Cutting MotionBy pushing a [LINE], the following figure inputting window is displayedin a pop-up window.END POINT X/Z: Absolute coordinate of end pointANGLE: Angle of line from +Z-axis. A positive angle isclockwise direction from +Z-axis, an...

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    B-63344EN/015. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-39-FEEDRATE: Feedrate of this cutting motion (data inputted inprocess data is set as a default value)5.3.6Displaying of Entered Tool Motion BlocksAs described in former description, an operator can input a figure data foreach tool motion blocks.After inpu...

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    5. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-40-Sample of Circular Cutting)5.4Editing Taught-in or Entered BlocksTaught-in or entered “Auxiliary Function Block”, “Positioning Block” and“Cutting Motion Block” can be displayed in a figure data window asdescribed in 5.3. And an operator can...

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    B-63344EN/015. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-41-5.4.2Operations for Figure Data Editing1) Alteration of numeric valueAfter pointing the objective word (=Address + Numeric data) by cursor,input only new numeric data through numeric keys on LCD/MDI unit,and push INPUT key.By these operations, only num...

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    5. SINGLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-42-5.6Playback MachiningEntered and taught-in tool motion blocks and auxiliary function blocks canbe executed in the form among of the following 2 types machining.• One-shot playback machining• Whole processes playback machiningThese are similar to th...

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    B-63344EN/016. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-43-6CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONSIn cycle cutting, all of the motions, tool changing, approaching, auxiliaryfunctions and cutting and so on, are automatically done.Following cutting types are available.1)Bar machining (Roughing)2)Bar machining (Finishing)3)Thre...

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    6. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-44-6.2Inputting Process DataBy selecting each cycle cutting type, necessary process data items aredisplayed in a Program Window. As to supplemental process data, they willbe displayed in a pop-up window, and it can be displayed by pushing soft-key [DETAIL]...

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    B-63344EN/016. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-45-6.2.2Supplemental Process DataBy pushing a [DETAIL], a detail data window is displayed.These supplemental process data are automatically set always, so in ordinarycase, an operator need not to call this detail data window excepting the caseof checking t...

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    6. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-46-[MID1][MID2][HIGH]6.3Inputting Figure Data (Other than Bar Machining)After inputting necessary process data, a cursor moves into Figure DataWindow, and then, an operator can enter figure data through key-board.For figure data used in cycle cutting excep...

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    B-63344EN/016. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-47-2). Selecting a figure typeA menu of figure type appears in soft-keys. Select a figure type bypushing the corresponding soft-key.3). Inputting contour figure dataWhen a figure has been selected, a pop-up window for inputting contourfigure data appears. ...

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    6. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-48-6.5Editing Contour Figure Data (Bar Machining)After doing necessary editing operations following after each descriptions,by pushing a [CALC.], contour calculation for new contour figures will bedone.6.5.1Changing Inputted Contour Figure Data1). Move a c...

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    B-63344EN/016. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONS-49-2). Select the figure type of a newly inserted figure.3). A pop-up window for contour figure data inputting of the new figure isdisplayed.4). Input necessary contour figure data.5). Push INSERT.6.5.5Deleting a Contour Figure1). Move a cursor on the “ ...

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    6. CYCLE CUTTING OPERATIONSB-63344EN/01-50-6.7Checking Cutting Motions on a Graphic WindowContour figure (Bar machining) can be displayed graphically in a graphicwindow.It is similar to the case of Guidance Cutting.Into details, refer to the Chapter 4.6.8Playback MachiningEntered cycle motions c...

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    B-63344EN/017. EDITTING OF PLAYBACK MACHINING PROGRAMS-51-7EDITTING OF PLAYBACK MACHININGPROGRAMSBesides editing inputted data or taught-in program at newly making a newmachining process, it is possible to edit a playback machining program thatwas already saved.7.1Changing Program Name1) Push RE...

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    7. EDITTING OF PLAYBACK MACHINING PROGRAMSB-63344EN/01-52-3) Select a program to be edited by moving a cursor on a program listwindow, and push [EDIT], then process list window appears.4) Select a process to be edited by moving a cursor on a process listwindow, and push [EDIT], then the process ...

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    B-63344EN/017. EDITTING OF PLAYBACK MACHINING PROGRAMS-53-7.3Deleting / Copying a Program On a program list window, deleting and copying of a program can be done.7.3.1Deleting a Program1) Push RESET key on a LCD/MDI keyboard.2) Push [PROGRM] on an initial screen, then program list window appear...

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    7. EDITTING OF PLAYBACK MACHINING PROGRAMSB-63344EN/01-54-7.4.2Copying a Process1) Push RESET key on a LCD/MDI keyboard.2) Push [PROGRM] on an initial screen, then program list window appears.3) Select a program to be edited by moving a cursor on a program listwindow, and push [EDIT], then proce...

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    B-63344EN/018. PLAYBACK MACHINING AND MACHINING SIMULATION-55-8PLAYBACK MACHINING ANDMACHINING SIMULATIONBy using a playback machining program that was already saved, playbackmachining and machining simulation can be done.8.1Playback Machining1) Push RESET key on a LCD/MDI keyboard.2) Push [PROG...

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    8. PLAYBACK MACHINING AND MACHINING SIMULATIONB-63344EN/01-56-8.2.1Machining Simulation with Tool Path DrawingPush [PATH] , then the following soft-keys are displayed.[SPD UP]: Increase the machining simulation speed.[SPD DW]: Reduce the machining simulation speed.[PLOT]: Draw the machining figu...

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    B-63344EN/018. PLAYBACK MACHINING AND MACHINING SIMULATION-57-In order to return to the initial screen, push RESET, and then push left endsoft-key, super return.8.2.3Machining Simulation with Animated Drawing and Tool PathPush [ANIMAT+PATH] , then the following soft-keys are displayed.At this ma...

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    9. SETTING DATAB-63344EN/01-58-9SETTING DATABefore creating a program in MANUAL GUIDE mode, data items such asTool Data and Common Parameters must be set.9.1Tool Data9.1.1Tool File Window By pushing a [TOOL], the tool file window is displayed.9.1.2Operation of Tool File Window [RETURN]: Close ...

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    B-63344EN/019. SETTING DATA-59-9.1.3Detail of Tool File DataTOOL NO.: Commonly used for outputted T-code number andoffset number.GEOMETRYX/Z/R: X-axis, Z-axis and Nose-R geometry offset, andthese are commonly used with ISO programmingmode.WEAR X/Z/R: X-axis, Z-axis and Nose-R wear offset, and th...

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    9. SETTING DATAB-63344EN/01-60-9.2Measuring Work Coordinate Shift AmountBy pushing a [PREST] in an initial screen, the setup guidance window formeasuring work coordinate shift amount appears.When measuring work coordinate shift amount on the X-/Z-axis usingthis method, keep the spindle rotating,...

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    B-63344EN/019. SETTING DATA-61-(3) Tool index operationMove a cursor on a “Tool number”, input a tool number to be used forpresetting work shift amount, and push INPUT.After then, on a machine operator’s panel, push a tool selecting button.By this operation, a turret rotates and selected t...

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    9. SETTING DATAB-63344EN/01-62-9.3Tool Form for Animated DrawingThe tool form for animated drawing is automatically specified as follows.9.3.1General-Purpose Cutting Tools[BAR MACINING / INNER][BAR MACHINING / INNER REVERS]TTTWSW(shank width)= Parameter No.9081TT(tip thickness)= SW/4TW(tip lengt...

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    B-63344EN/019. SETTING DATA-63-9.3.2Threading Tools[THREADING / OUTER]TTSWSLTWSW(shank width) = Parameter No.9080SL(shank length) = SW * 1.5TT(tip thickness) = SW / 4TW(tip width) = SL / 8[THREADING / INNER]TTSWSLTWSW(shank width) = Parameter No.9081SL(shank length) = SW * 1.5TT(tip thickness) =...

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    9. SETTING DATAB-63344EN/01-64-9.3.3Grooving Tools[GROOVING / INNER]TWSWSLTTSW(shank width) = Cutting edge width * 8SL(shank length) = SW * 1.5TT(tip thickness) = SW / 3TW(tip width) = Cutting edge width in a program[GROOVING / FACE]TWSWSLTTSW(shank width) = Cutting edge width * 8SL(shank lengt...

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    B-63344EN/019. SETTING DATA-65-9.3.4Center Drills9.3.5Drills9.3.6Taps[DRILLING]DDSLANDD(nominal diameter)= Hole diameter in a programSL(depth of cut) = Depth of cut in a programAN(nose angle)= Parameter No.9083[TAPPING]DDSLDD(nominal diameter) = Hole diameter in a programSL(depth of cut) = Depth...

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    9. SETTING DATAB-63344EN/01-66-9.3.7Reamers9.3.8Boring Tools9.3.9Round Nose Cutting Tools[BORING]TTTWSWSLSW(shank width) = Hole diameter - Shift(both in a program)SL(shank length) = SW * 1.5TT(tip length)= SL/4TW(tip width)= SW/2[GAUIDANCE / SINGLE CUTTING]NR(nose radius)= R geometry offset in a...

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    B-63344EN/0110. CONVERTING MACHINING PROGRAM INTO NC PROGRAM-67-10CONVERTING MACHININGPROGRAM INTO NC PROGRAMA machining program saved in the manual guide mode can be convertedinto an NC program with G-code, M-code and so on.10.1Operations for Conversion 1) Push RESET key on a LCD/MDI keyboard....

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    10. CONVERTING MACHINING PROGRAM INTO NC PROGRAMB-63344EN/01-68-10.2Alarms during Conversion of the Machining Program into NCprogramWhile the machining program is being converted into the NC program, themachining program is running for check drawing. A P/S alarm may occurbecause of the contents ...

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    B-63344EN/0111. OUTPUTTING / INPUTTING MACHINING PROGRAMS-69-11OUTPUTTING / INPUTTINGMACHINING PROGRAMS A manual guide format program can be outputted to an external memoryunit via the reader / puncher interface, and it can be inputted similarly.11.1Outputting Machining Programs 1) Push RESET...

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    11. OUTPUTTING / INPUTTING MACHINING PROGRAMSB-63344EN/01-70-11.2Inputting Machining Programs 1) Push RESET key on a LCD/MDI keyboard.2) Push [PROGRM] on an initial screen, then program list windowappears.3) By pushing a right end soft-key [+], the following soft-keys appears.4) Using numeric k...

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    III. TYPES OF CYCLE MOTIONS

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-73-1BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)1.1Detail of Process Data1.1.1Process Data WindowAREA: Select from [OUTER]/[INNER]/[FACE]/[OUTERREVERS] /[INNER/REVERS]/[FACE REVERS]BAR MACHINING (ROUGH)CUT ST Z=FIN X =FIN Z=INFEED AM=AREA=TOOL NUM. =FEED/REV.=S-SPD/MIN=S-DIRE...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-74-TOOL NO.: Number of tool used for roughing bar machiningFEED/REV.: Cutting feedrate, and it can be changed toFEED/MIN. by pushing soft-key [FEED/MIN.].S-SPD/MIN: Cutting speed, and it can be changed to REV/MIN.by pushing soft-key [REV/MIN.].S-DIRECT: S...

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-75-NOSE ANGLE: Angle of the tool tip, its default value can be set byparameter. In the case of that pocket figure wasinputted as contour figure, cutting back compensationwill be done automatically.RESE.AMNT: Travel amount in X-axis(OUTER/INNER : diameter)o...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-76-COOLANT: Coolant specification at playback. Choose from thefollowing soft-key menu. Default value is [ON].[ON] : (M8)[OFF] : (M9)SPDL GEAR: Spindle gear at playback. Choose from the followingsoft-key menu. Default value is [AUTO].[AUTO][LOW][MID1][MI...

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-77-3) LINEEND POINT X/Z: Absolute coordinate of figure end pointANGLE: Angle of line from +Z-axis. A positive angle isclockwise direction from +Z-axis, and minus angle iscounter clockwise direction.OVERRIDE: This data is not used in roughing.4) ARC (CW/CCW...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-78-7) TANGNTPushing [TANGNT] specifies that the next figure form a tangent to theprevious figure (either figure must be a arc). For next figure, arc or linemust be entered.When, [TANGNT] is selected, “TANGNT” is displayed on a screen.8) CALC.When a ne...

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-79- cutting a end face+X Line 1Example 2) +Z Specifying contourfigures(*)Line 1 +X Line 2 Cutting a outer surfaceExample 3)Specifying contour figures(*) +Z Line 1 Line 2 +XCutting a i...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-80-1.3Detail of Contour CalculationA figure block, a part of a contour, with its end point not determined is saidto be in the pending state. A pending figure block is drawn by dotted line.In the pop-up window for inputting contour figure data, more data i...

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-81-b) When the preceding figure block specifying an arc is not pending, andTANGNT is specified.i)Either X or Z is inputted-> The angle A is calculated automatically, and an end point isdetermined. If neither X nor Z is inputted, this line will bepending...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-82-ii) Both X and Z are inputted-> The tangential point selection request window is displayed.Input number data 1 or 2, then push INSERTThe end point of this line will be determined.iii) A and either X or Z are inputted-> The tangential point select...

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-83-4) ARCa)When the preceding figure block is not pending, and TANGNT is notspecifiedi)I and K are inputted-> This arc will be pending.ii) X, Z and R are inputted, oriii) X, Z, I and K are inputted-> A minor arc will be determined.iv) Only R is input...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-84-c)When the preceding figure block is pending (for which the start pointhas been determined), and TANGNT is not specifiedi)R, I and K are inputted-> The cross point selection request window is displayed. Inputnumber data 1 or 2, then push INSERT.This...

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-85-iii) R and X, Z are inputted-> The tangential selection request window is displayed. Inputnumber data 1 or 2, but in this case, select a tangential pointto define a minor arc.e)When the preceding figure block “arc” is pending (for which the start...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-86-5) Line tangential to two arcsBy inputting 3 successive figure as follows, Line (2) tangential to 2 arcscan be specified as the above drawing. The end points of (1) and (2) willbe determined, and (3) will be pending.Among the above 4 lines possibility,...

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    B-63344EN/011. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)-87-By inputting 3 successive figure as follows, Arc (2) tangential to 2 linesor arcs can be specified as the above drawing. The end points of (1) and(2) will be determined, and (3) will be pending.1st figure LINE(1) or ARC(1) :Line that is pending (for whi...

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    1. BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING) B-63344EN/01-88-8) Arc that contacts to uncrossing 2 arcsBy inputting 3 successive figure as follows, Arc (2) tangential to 2 arcs ,these 2 figures (1) and (3) do not cross, can be specified as the abovedrawing. The end points of (1) and (2) will be determined, and (3...

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    B-63344EN/012. BAR MACHINING (FINISHING)-89-2BAR MACHINING (FINISHING)2.1Detail of Process Data2.1.1Process Data WindowAREA: Select from [OUTER]/[INNER]/[FACE]/[OUTERREVERS] /[INNER/REVERS]/[FACE REVERS]BAR MACHINING (FINISH)CUT ST Z=AREA=TOOL NUM.=FEED/REV.=S-SPD/MIN=S-DIRECT.=CUT ST X=+Z+XFACE...

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    2. BAR MACHINING (FINISHING) B-63344EN/01-90-TOOL NUM: Number of tool used for finishing bar machiningFEED/REV.: Cutting feedrate, and it can be changed toFEED/MIN. by pushing soft-key [FEED/MIN.].S-SPD/MIN: Cutting speed, and it can be changed to REV/MIN.by pushing soft-key [REV/MIN.].S-DIRECT:...

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    B-63344EN/012. BAR MACHINING (FINISHING)-91-RESE.AMNT: Travel amount in X-axis(OUTER/INNER : diameter)or Z-axis(FACE : radius) for retraction after cutting.APROCH X: X coordinate of approaching intermediate point.APROCH Z: Z coordinate of approaching intermediate point.COOLANT: Coolant specifica...

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    2. BAR MACHINING (FINISHING) B-63344EN/01-92-refer to Chapter 1. But only “OVERRIDE” and “DIRECTION” data areadded as follows.1) LINE / ARC / CHAMFER / ROUNDExample of LINE)END POINT X/Z: Similar to Bar machining (Roughing)ANGLE: Similar to Bar machining (Roughing)OVERRIDE: This datum is...

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    B-63344EN/012. BAR MACHINING (FINISHING)-93-By pushing a INSERT after inputting the above data according to theDIN509-E standard, this necking figure is converted to the group ofnecessary figures, lines and corner-R, and these generated figures aredisplayed in a figure window.2). DIN76By pushing...

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    3. THREADING B-63344EN/01-94-3THREADING3.1Detail of Process Data3.1.1Process Data Window1) GENERAL THREADTYPE = [GENERAL]AREA: Select from [OUTER]/[INNER]TOOL NUM: Number of tool used for threadingS-SPD/MIN: Cutting speed, and it can be changed to REV/MIN.by pushing soft-key [REV/MIN.].THREADING...

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    B-63344EN/01 3. THREADING-95-S-DIRECT: Spindle rotating direction. Select from [NORMAL]and [REVERS].CHAMFERNG: Select whether to perform chamfering by [ON] /[OFF][ON] :M-code for chamfer on (parameterNo.9836) is outputted. For the chamfering length,parameter No.5130 is used.[OFF] : M-code for ch...

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    3. THREADING B-63344EN/01-96-H = Thread height D = Depth of cut u = Finishingamount[BOTH-AMNT]: Zigzag cutting, constantcutting amountdn-2 = D sqrt(n-2)dn-1 = (D(sqrt(n-2) + sqrt(n)))/2dn = D sqrt(n)[STRGHT-AMNT]: Straight cutting, constantcutting amount.[SINGLE-DPTH]: Single edge cutting, con...

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    B-63344EN/01 3. THREADING-97-[STRGHT-DPTH]: Straight cutting, constantcutting amount.ANGLE: Tool tip angle used for only GENERAL thread.Parameter No.9835 value is automatically set. If it is0, 60 is set.LEAD: Thread lead. The least input increment is 0.0001mmor 0.000001inch.2) METRIC THREADTYPE ...

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    3. THREADING B-63344EN/01-98-Unified thread is performed according to the unified thread standard.Only straight threads can be made. All the data excepting“THRD/INCH” (replaced with “LEAD”) are same with the generalthread. A thread angle of 60degrees is used for it.NUM/INCH: Number of th...

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    B-63344EN/01 3. THREADING-99-3.1.2Supplemental Process Data in a Pop-up WindowThese supplemental process data are commonly used for the above 5 types ofthreads, and automatically set always, so in ordinary case, an operator neednot to call this pop-up window excepting the case of checking these ...

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    3. THREADING B-63344EN/01-100-3.2Detail of Figure Data1). GENERAL THREADSTART X / Z: X and Z Coordinate of a threading start point.END X / Z: X and Z Coordinate of a threading end point.2). METRIC THREADTHRED-DIA: Thread diameter(D).START Z: Z Coordinate of a threading start point(ZS).END Z: Z C...

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    B-63344EN/01 3. THREADING-101-3). UNIFIED THREADTHRED-DIA: Thread diameter(D).START Z: Coordinate of a threading start point(ZS).END Z: Coordinate of a threading end point(ZE).4). PT THREADSTART X / Z: X and Z Coordinate of a threading start point(ZS).END Z: Z Coordinate of a threading end point...

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    3. THREADING B-63344EN/01-102-5). PF THREADTHREAD-DIA: Thread diameter(D).START Z: Coordinate of a threading start point(ZS).END Z: Coordinate of a threading end point(ZE).THRED-DIA=START Z=END Z=ZEZSD

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    B-63344EN/01 4. GROOVING-103-4GROOVING4.1Detail of Process Data4.1.1Process Data WindowAREA: Select from [OUTER]/[INNER]/[FACE]TOOL NUM: Number of tool used for groovingFEED/REV.: Cutting feedrate, and it can be changed toFEED/MIN. by pushing soft-key [FEED/MIN.].S-SPD/MIN: Cutting speed, and it...

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    4. GROOVING B-63344EN/01-104-S-DIRECT: Spindle rotating direction. Select from [NORMAL]and [REVERS].CUT ST X: X coordinate of an point before groove partmachining is started.CUT ST Z: Z coordinate of an point before groove partmachining is started.TOOL WIDTH: Width of grooving tool at cutting ed...

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    B-63344EN/01 4. GROOVING-105-4.2Detail of Figure DataGRV.WIDTH: Width of a groove to be machined.GRV.DEPTH: Depth (radius value) of a groove to be machined. Bypushing a [GRV.DIA], absolute X( Z in FACE)coordinate of the groove bottom can be specified.GRV ST X / Z: X or Z coordinate of a point wh...

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    4. GROOVING B-63344EN/01-106-2) INNER3) FACEPITCH: Distance between grooves when grooves of the samefigure are machined at regular intervals.1) PITCH < 0Pitch+X+ZWidthDepthChamferChamferStart pointEnd pointZ coordinateof a Start pointZ coordinateof a End point+Z+XWidthChamferChamferStart poin...

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    B-63344EN/01 4. GROOVING-107-2) PITCH > 0NUMBER: Number of grooves when more than 0ne groove are tobe machined at regular intervals. 1 is set as thedefault value.Pitch+X+Z

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    5. TRAPEZOIDAL GROOVING (ROUGHING AND FINISHING)B-63344EN/01-108-5TRAPEZOIDAL GROOVING(ROUGHING AND FINISHING)5.1Detail of Process Data5.1.1Process Data Window for RoughingAREA: Select from [OUTER]/[INNER]/[FACE]TOOL NUM: Number of tool used for groovingFEED/REV.: Cutting feedrate, and it can be...

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    B-63344EN/015. TRAPEZOIDAL GROOVING (ROUGHING AND FINISHING)-109-TOOL WIDTH: Width of grooving tool at cutting edge.STEP AMNT: Depth of each cutting motion.DWELL: Dwell at the bottom of a groove in roughing.FINISH X: X direction amount of finishing.FINISH Z: Z direction amount of finishing.PITCH...

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    5. TRAPEZOIDAL GROOVING (ROUGHING AND FINISHING)B-63344EN/01-110-5.1.3Supplemental Process Data in a Pop-up Window for RoughingThese supplemental process data are automatically set always, so in ordinarycase, an operator need not to call this pop-up window excepting the case ofchecking these dat...

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    B-63344EN/015. TRAPEZOIDAL GROOVING (ROUGHING AND FINISHING)-111-5.2Detail of Figure DataSTART X / Z: Coordinate of a point where grooving starts.POINT 1 to 4 X / Z: X and Z coordinates of the corners of a trapezoidalgroove shown below.CORNER R 1 to 4: Corner-R radius of each point 1 to 4. These...

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    5. TRAPEZOIDAL GROOVING (ROUGHING AND FINISHING)B-63344EN/01-112-3) FACEStartpointPoint 1Point 2Point 3Point 4Endpoint

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    B-63344EN/016. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPING-113-6CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING /REAMING / BORING / TAPPING1) CENTER DRILLING2) DRILLING3) REAMING

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    6. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPINGB-63344EN/01-114-4) BORING5) TAPPING6.1Detail of Process Data6.1.1Process Data Window1) CENTER DRILLINGTOOL NUM: Number of tool used for center drillingFEED/MIN: Feed amount in center drilling, and it can bechanged to FEED/REV by pushing ...

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    B-63344EN/016. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPING-115-By pushing [END Z], absolute Z-coordinate of holeend point can be selected.DWELL: Dwell time at hole end point2) DRILLINGTOOL NUM: Number of tool used for drillingFEED/MIN: Feed amount in drilling, and it can be changed t...

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    6. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPINGB-63344EN/01-116-3.[RAPID DEEP]3) REAMINGTOOL NO: Number of tool used for reamingFEED/MIN: Feed amount in reaming, and it can be changed toFEED/REV by pushing a [FEED/REV].REV/MIN: Spindle rotating speed.S-DIRECT: Spindle rotating directi...

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    B-63344EN/016. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPING-117-4) BORINGTOOL NUM: Number of tool used for boringFEED/MIN: Feed amount in boring, and it can be changed toFEED/REV by pushing a [FEED/REV].REV/MIN: Spindle rotating speed.S-DIRECT: Spindle rotating direction. Select from ...

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    6. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPINGB-63344EN/01-118-HOLE DIA: Hole diameter or tool nominal diameter.This datum is used for only animated drawing.START Z: Absolute Z-coordinate of hole start pointDEPTH: Depth of hole.By pushing [END Z], absolute Z-coordinate of holeend poi...

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    B-63344EN/016. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPING-119-2) DRILLING [DRILL]ST FEED: Cutting feedrate override at the start of cutting(parameter 9050 : STFECF) The cutting feedrate iscalculated as follows.Feedrate = (FEED/MIN or FEED/REV) X(STFECF) / 100ST CLEAR: Clearance (dis...

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    6. CENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING / BORING / TAPPINGB-63344EN/01-120-4) REAMINGRET SPEED: Feedrate for retraction to the cutting start pointupon the completion of reaming motion. Thisfeedrate is calculated as follows. (parameter 9860 :RMBROV)Feedrate = (FEED/MIN or FEED/REV) X(RTRN FD) / 1...

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    B-63344EN/017. -X AREA CUTTING FUNCTION-121-7-X AREA CUTTING FUNCTIONIn the cycle motions of MANUAL GUIDE, as shown in the followingsample drawing, an operator enter cutting figures in the +X area, and itsactual cutting motions are performed in the +X area too.On the other hand, on the machine w...

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    7. -X AREA CUTTING FUNCTIONB-63344EN/01-122-7.1Selecting of -X Area CuttingWhen the “-X Area Cutting Function” is available, in the detail datawindow of cycle motions excepting hole machining, as shown in thefollowing, a data item “X AREA” is displayed, and it is used for selecting -X ar...

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    B-63344EN/017. -X AREA CUTTING FUNCTION-123-3) Machining simulationAccording to the -X area cutting motions, a tool used for animateddrawing is displayed in opposite form. And, drawing for cutting a work-piece which is accompanied with tool motion is performed in the -Xarea.NOTEWhen this optiona...

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    125IV. SAMPLE OF PROGRAMMING

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    B-63344EN/01 1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING-127-1EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGUREINPUTTINGThe following example of entering contour data is intend only to illustratewhat automatic calculation of cross points is like when contour data isentered. The contour data given in the example may not be a...

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    1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING B-63344EN/01-128-INSERT[TANGNT][CIRCLE CCW]5INPUT(Radius)52INPUT(Center X)-29INPUT(Center Z)INSERT2INPUT(Cross Point Number)INSERT[TANGNT][LINE]70INPUT(End Point X)90INPUT(Angle)INSERT[LINE]-70INPUT(End Point Z)INSERT[LINE]80INPUT(End Point X)INSERTSample 2...

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    B-63344EN/01 1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING-129-INSERT[TANGNT][CIRCLE CW]14INPUT(Radius)INSERT[TANGNT][LINE]70INPUT(End Point X)-70INPUT(End Point Z)180INPUT(Angle)INSERT2INPUT(Cross Point Number)INSERT[LINE]80INPUT(End Point X)INSERTSample 3)30INPUT(Start Point X)0INPUT(Start Point Z)[L...

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    1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING B-63344EN/01-130--50INPUT(End Point Z)INSERT[LINE]80INPUT(End Point X)INSERTSample 4)30INPUT(Start Point X)0INPUT(Start Point Z)[CIRCLE CW]10INPUT(Radius)INSERT[TANGNT][LINE]70INPUT(End Point X)-40INPUT(End Point Z)160INPUT(Angle)INSERT2INPUT(Cross Point Nu...

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    B-63344EN/01 1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING-131-Sample 5)0INPUT(Start Point X)0INPUT(Start Point Z)[CIRCLE CW]7INPUT(Radius)0INPUT(Center X)-7INPUT(Center Z)INSERT[TANGNT][CIRCLE CCW]110INPUT(Radius)INSERT[TANGNT][CIRCLE CCW]10INPUT(Radius)74INPUT(Center X)-40INPUT(Center Z)INSERT1INPUT(...

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    1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING B-63344EN/01-132-Sample 6)0INPUT(Start Point X)0INPUT(Start Point Z)[CIRCLE CW]25INPUT(Radius)0INPUT(Center X)-25INPUT(Center Z)INSERT[TANGNT][CIRCLE CCW]35INPUT(Radius)INSERT[TANGNT][CIRCLE CW]35INPUT(Radius)80INPUT(Center X)-120INPUT(Center Z)INSERT1INPUT...

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    B-63344EN/01 1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING-133-Sample 7)20INPUT(Start Point X)0INPUT(Start Point Z)[LINE]165INPUT(Angle)INSERT[TANGNT][CIRCLE CCW]40INPUT(End Point X)-20INPUT(End Point Z)10INPUT(Radius)INSERT1INPUT(Cross Point Number)INSERT[LINE]-40INPUT(End Point Z)INSERT[CIRCLE CW]8IN...

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    1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING B-63344EN/01-134-70INPUT(End Point X)INSERT[LINE]-80INPUT(End Point Z)INSERT[LINE]80INPUT(End Point X)INSERTSample 8)10INPUT(Start Point X)0INPUT(Start Point Z)[CHAMF]1INPUT(Chamfer)INSERT[LINE]-5INPUT(End Point Z)INSERT[CIRCLE CCW]10INPUT(Radius)30INPUT(Ce...

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    B-63344EN/01 1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING-135-[TANGNT][CIRCLE CW]8INPUT(Radius)INSERT[TANGNT][LINE]30INPUT(End Point X)-30INPUT(End Point Z)170INPUT(Angle)INSERT[CIRCLE CW]10INPUT(Radius)INSERT[TANGNT][LINE]40INPUT(End Point X)-50INPUT(End Point Z)180INPUT(Angle)INSERT2INPUT(Cross Poin...

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    1. EXAMPLE OF CONTOUR FIGURE INPUTTING B-63344EN/01-136-[LINE]110INPUT(End Point X)INSERT

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    137APPENDIX

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-139-APARAMETERSBe sure to use the parameters set by the machine builder.If you change the setting of a parameter, the machining program may notwork correctly.If the machining program does not work correctly, the tool may bumpagainst the work-piece, and the machine may ...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-140-A.2Parameters for MANUAL GUIDE Peripheral Functions ANMTWOShank width of an outer general tool for animateddrawing only.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchANMTWIShank width of an inner general tool for animateddrawing only.Valid dat...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-141-INISRPMDefault value of a spindle speed used for an externalCSF(CSS mode cancel command) switch on a machineoperator’s panel. This value is applied when no data isinputted in a guidance or single cutting process, or on aninitial screen.A.3User ParametersA.4Bit Ty...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-142-LG11 :Use the extension language 1.0 :This language is not use.LG21 :Use the extension language 1.0 :This language is not use.LG31 : Use the extension language 1.0 : This language is not use.LG41 : Use the extension language 1.0 : This language is n...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-143-Start point of a figureCutting start point: Semi finish machiningis carried out accordingto the parameter of afigureCutting start point: Semi finish machining iscarried outunconditionallyLength of tape storage160m320m640m1280mNumber of processes99254559983NM0-NM7=0...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-144-End point of a figureGRO1 :Data for graphic drawing is not outputted at NC formatprogram conversion.0 :Data for graphic drawing is outputted at the above case.TCD1 :Sub program is called instead of T-code output.0 :T-code is outputted.< Related parameter : No.97...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-145-< Related parameter : No.9773#4bit(TCD) >G321 :Tapping for turning is done by G32.0 :Tapping for turning is done by G84.9779G32NOTEWhen CLT is set to 1, the number of the above subprogram is O9000 and macro variables for T code is#149. When CLT is set to 0, O...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-146-Example)A.5Numerical Parameters for MANUAL GUIDE Common UseOTSFPXDistance (diameter) from the cutting start point to theapproaching point along the X-axis.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchOTSFPZDistance from the work-piece end fac...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-147-SFCLRXClearance to the cutting start point along the X-axis(diameter).Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchSFCLRXClearance to the cutting start point along the Z-axis.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inc...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-148-NOTEThe cutting start point is calculated as follows.1. Bar machining1) [OUTER]X = [Maximum outside coordinate of a figure]+ [SFLCLRX]Z = [Z coordinate of figure start point] +[SFCLRZ]2) [INNER]X = [Minimum inside coordinate of a figure] -[SFLCLRX]Z = [Z coordinate...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-149-ZEROPTThis data must be set to 0 always.HLSFPXX-coordinate (diameter) of the approaching point fordrilling.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchHLSFPZZ-coordinate of the approaching point for drilling.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-150-RELFZDefault value of Z component (radius) of a clearancefrom the cutting surface in in-feed machining of Face barmachining.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchTLBACKAngle at which the back of the tool is raised above thework-piece i...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-151-A.7Parameter for GroovingCLGRVXClearance (diameter) of the X-axis in outer or innergrooving.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchCLGRVZClearance (radius) of the Z-axis in end face grooving.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Unit...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-152-GRVMINMinimum limit value (radius) for the depth of cut ingrooving.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchGRVBCKPecking clearance for grooving (radius).Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchOVLGRVOverlaps b...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-153-A.8Parameter for ThreadingCLSCRXDefault value of the clearance (diameter) of the X-axisfor threading.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchCLSCRZDefault value of the acceleration distance (radius) of theZ axis for threading.Valid data ...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-154-TRDFNXDefault value of the finishing allowance along the X-axisfor threading (diameter)Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchTRDAGLDefault value of the threading tool angle to be setautomatically. If 0 is set, 60degrees is automaticall...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-155-A.9Parameters for DrillingDRLDECDefault value of the reduced depth of cut in peck or high-speed peck drilling (radius) to be set automatically.Valid data range : 0 to 99,999,999 Units : 0.001mm 0.0001inchDRLRETDefault value of the return clearance for peck o...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-156-RMBROVFeedrate override for returning in reaming or boringReturn F = F x RMBROV / 10Valid data range : 0 to 20Units : 10%A.10Parameters for Other MANUAL GUIDE FunctionsGERMC1M-code outputted when a low-speed gear is selected.Valid data range : 0 to 255GERMC2M-code ...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-157-GRPMGNScale factor of the blank length and blank diameter in thegraphic parameters for the length and the maximumoutside diameter of a work material used in a machining.Settingrange: 0 to 20Increment: 10 percentBlank length and blank diameter in the graphicparamet...

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    A. PARAMETERS B-63344EN/01-158-LD11 : The offset number of tool offset is specified by onedigit after the T code.0 : The offset number of tool offset is specified by twodigits after the T code.This bit must be set to 0 always.LGN1 : The upper two digits in the T code indicate a toolgeometry comp...

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    B-63344EN/01 A. PARAMETERS-159-HSA1 : High speed machining simulation is enabled.0 : Conventional type machining simulation is enabled.This bit must be set to 1 always.GRPAXDrawing coordinate system in the machining simulation.This data must be set to 15 always.6502HSANOTEThe other bits must be ...

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    B. ALARMS B-63344EN/01-156-BALARMSIf one or more of the set of the parameters or inputted programs are notcorrect when an attempt is made to execute that program, the following P/Salarms are raised.When an alarm other than the following P/S alarms is raised, refer to therelevant NC operator’s ...

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    B-63344EN/01 B. ALARMS-157-ActionOn the process data window corresponding to this alarm,enter a correct value for the feedrate.ReferenceII.4 Guidance Cutting Operations, II.5 Single CuttingOperationsIII Types of Cycle MotionsCauseThe MANUAL GUIDE function does not operate normally.This alarm is ...

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    B. ALARMS B-63344EN/01-158-ReferenceIII.1 Bar Machining (Roughing), III.2 Bar Machining(Finishing)CauseA correct tool path cannot be calculated in bar machining.This alarm is raised when there is an error in the result ofinternal calculation (for example, when the value under asquare root sign i...

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    B-63344EN/01i -1INDEXAALARMS160Alarms during Conversion of the MachiningProgram into NC program68ALL-IN-ONE SCREEN6BBAR MACHINING (FINISHING)89BAR MACHINING (ROUGHING)73Bit Type Parameters for MANUAL GUIDECommon Use141Boring Tools66CCENTER DRILLING / DRILLING / REAMING /BORING / TAPPING113Center ...

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    INDEXB-63344EN/01i -2MMachine Coordinate System16Machining Simulation55Machining Simulation with Animated Drawing andTool Path57Machining Simulation with Solid Model AnimatedDrawing56Machining Simulation with Tool Path Drawing56Main Process Data20, 35Measuring Work Coordinate Shift Amount60Moving...

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    B-63344EN/01INDEXi -3Supplemental Process Data45Supplemental Process Data in a Pop-upWindow74, 90, 99, 104, 118Supplemental Process Data in a Pop-up Windowfor Finishing110Supplemental Process Data in a Pop-up Windowfor Roughing110SYMBOLS USED8TTaps65Teach-in Cutting Motions21The MANUAL GUIDE Conc...

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    Revision RecordFANUC MANUAL GUIDE OPERATOR’S MANUAL (B-63344EN)01Jul.,’98EditionDateContentsEditionDateContents

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    · No part of this manual may bereproduced in any form.· All specifications and designsare subject to change withoutnotice.

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