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    DESCRIPTIONSB-62082E-1/01 for Gas, Laser, Plasma Cutting MachinesFANUC Series 15-Model B

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    • No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. • All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.The export of this product is subject to the authorization of the government of the countryfrom where the product is exported.In this manual we have tried as much as ...

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    PREFACE This manual describes the following products. I Name of series I Abbreviation I 1 FANUC Series 150MB 1 150MB I Belated manuals The following manuals are available for 150MB. In the table, this manual is marked with an asterisk(*). Document Document name number FANUC Series 150MB B-62082EW...

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    CONTENTS PREFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P-l I. SPECIFICATION 1. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    7.4 2nd, 3rd and 4th Reference Point Return (G30) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 8. COORDINATE SYSTEM ............................................................... 5 8.1 Machine Coordinate System (G53) .......................................... 5 8.2 Work Coordinate System ...

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    15.4.1 Tool offset memory A .................................................. 7 15.4.2 Tool offset memory 3 .................................................. 7 15.4.3 Tool offset memory C .................................................. 7 15.5 Number of Tool Offsets .............................

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    20. MANUAL OPERATION .............................................................. lo 20.1 Manual Continuous Feed ................................................... 10 20.2 Incremental Feed .......................................................... 10 20.3 Manual Handle Feed (1st) ................

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    26.4 External Deceleration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 27. STATUS OUTPUT ................................................................. 13 27.1 NC Ready Signal ..........................................................

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    , , a 35 SERVO i5.1 Posi;ion'De;ec;lbn'srs;em ................................................. 15 ............................................... 15 35.2 Position Detector ......................................................... 15 35.3 Servo Motor .................................................

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    5.2.3 The relationship between tool length compensation and tool position compensation ..................................... 41 5.2.4 Manual operation ..................................................... 41 5.2.5 Parking signal ........................................................ 41 5.2.6 DI...

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    SPECIFICATION

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    1. GENERAL Tfie FAMJC Series 150MB that is applied to this descriptions is designed for gas, plasma, and laser cutting machines. To enhance the performance for cutting machines without modifying the FANUC Series U-MB basic and various optional functions, the following new functions have been adde...

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    5. ‘, I - 51 . 5.2 53 . 6 . 61 . 6.2 THREAD CUTTING Equal Lead Thread Cutting (G33) Based on standard. (option) Inch Thread Cutting (G33) Based on standard.- (option) Continuous Thread Cutting Based on standard. (option) FEED FUNCTION R>pid Traverse Based on standard. Cutting Feed 6.2.1 Tan...

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    ‘/, 6.7 Exact Stop Mode (G61) Based on standard. 6.8 Cutting Mode (G64) Based on standard. 6.9 Tapping Mode (G63) 6.10 6.11 . 7. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 8. 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 9. 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 Based on-standard. Automatic Corner Override (G62) Based on standard. (option) Dwell (G04) Based on standard...

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    10. 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 Il. 11.1 11.2 12. 12.1 12.2 13. 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 SPINDLE FUNCTION S Code Output Based on standard. Spindle Speed Binary Code Output Based on standard. (option) Spindle Speed Analog Output Based on standard. (option) Constant Surface Speed Output...

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    c 13.8 Tape Format Based on standard. 13.9 Label Skip Based on standard. 13.10 Control In/Out Based on standard. 13.11 Optional Block Skip Based on standard. 13.12 Optional E3lock Skip Addition Based on standard. (option) 14. FUNCTION SIMPLIFIES PROGRAMMING 14.1 Remote Operation Function (G80, G8...

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    / ,’ \ “. .: \ 15.5 Number of Tool Offsets Based on standard. (Offsets number can be expanded by option.) 15.6 Change of Tool Offset Amount (Programmable Data input) (GlO) Based on standard. (option) 15.7 Stored Pitch Error Compensation Based on standard. (option) 15.8 Inclination Compensatio...

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    18.3 Servo Off Based on standard. 18.4 Mirror Image Based on standard. 18.5 Control Axis Detach Based on standard. 18.6 Parallel Axis Control Other than the 3 basic axes X, Y and Z.it is possible to have a total of 6 control axes by adding 3 axes as parallel axes of any one of X, Y and Z axis. (O...

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    19.5.4 feed foid 19.5.5 19.6 Restart of Automatic Operation 19.6.1 Program restart Based on standard. (option) 19.6.2 19.7 19.7.1 19.7.2 19.8 Based on standard. Reset Based on standard. Block restart Based on standard. (option) Manual Interruption during Automatic Operation Handle interruption Ba...

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    21.4 Dry Run 3ased on standar.d. 21.5 Single Block Based on standard. 22 . 22.1 CRT/MD1 AND DISPLAY CRT/MD I Panel Based on standard. 22.2 22.3 Manual Data Input (MDI) Based on standard. * Display Based on standard. 22.4 Run Hour and Parts Count Display Based on standard. (option) _ 22.5 22.6 Men...

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    25.12 Tap6 reader with reels Based on standard. (option) 25.2 Reader/Puncher Interface . Based on standard. (option) 25.3 I/O Device 253.1 FANUC CASSETTE Based on standard. (option) 25.3.2 fANUC Pf’f? Based on standard. (option) 25.3.3 Portable tape reader Based on standard. (option) 26. FUNCTI...

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    27. STATUS OUTPUT 27.1 NC Ready Signal Based on standard. 27.2 Servo Ready Signal B'ased on standard. 27.3 Rewinding Signal Based on -standard. - 27.4 Alarm Signal Based on standard. 27.5 Distribution End Signal Based on standard. 27.6 Automatic Operation Signal Based ‘on standard. 27.7 Automat...

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    . . . 28 . \ 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.4 28.5 28.6 28.7 28.8 28.9 28.10 28.11 28.12 28.13 28.14 EXTERNAL DATA INPUT/OUTPUT External Tool Offset Based on standard. (option) External Program Number Search Based on standard. (option) External Sequence Number Search Based on standard. (option) External Work ...

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    32. PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER (PMC-N) Based on standard. 32.1 NC Window Based on standard. (option) 33. CONTROLLER 33.1 Cabinet Based on standard. 33.2 Power Based on standard. 332.1 Input unit Based on standard. 33.2.2 Multi-tap transformer Based on standard. 33.2.3 External power on/off Based on ...

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    ’ ‘) 36. FUNCTION FOR CUTTING MACHINE 36.1 Automatic Exact Stop Check (Option) This function decides whether or not to enable the automatic exact stop check when the operation continues one cutting feed block to another in continuous cutting mode (G64). Exact stop check (G09) is automatically...

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    -L 36.3 Torch Swivel Control I. This function automatically controls the torch control axis to maintain its motion at a normal angle to the linear or circular path specified by a torch head command. In linear operation, torch control axis is moved at a constant speed normal to the path while exec...

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    SUPPLEMENT EXPLANATION

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    1. AUTOMATICEXACT STOP CflECK 1 .l Outline This function decides whether or not to enable automatic exact stop by corner interior angle at the cutting feed block-in continuous operation. 1.2 Explanation of the function This function decides whether or not to enable the automatic exact stop check ...

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    When cutter compensation C is applied, automatic exact stop is enabled at the angle created by the programmed path. The position where exact stop is enabled is shown below. 0 Actual path I Program command path A(S) / A B (3 / A (S) / I / / ---.p When there is an automatic exact stop check functio...

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    ’ , ‘F.\ When linear interpolation (GOl) is to be executed between A + B + C + D, auto- matic exact stop check is executed being based on the angle 8, created by lines AB and BC at point B, and on the angle 8, created by lines BC and CD at point C. When the X and Y axis movement amount of blo...

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    : 1.4 Notes Note 1) The automatic exact stop check function is void in gradual curve cutting mode (G12) and follows commands GO9 and G61 whether stop check is executed or not. - 24 -

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    2. GRADUAL CURVE CUTTING 2.1 Outline When a V-axis parallel to the Y-axis is added, the gradual curve cutting cancel mode (G13) assumes that a command for the Y-axis is also effective for the V-axis. In gradual curve cutting mode (G12), a command for the Y-axis is effective only for the Y-axis, a...

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    2.3 Parameter Gradual curve cutting has the following parameters. Data No. Data cl 1020 c Program axis name of each axis . Parameter input Data format . . byte axis type The program axis names of each axis control is set as given in the table below. Axis name Set value Axis name Set value Axis na...

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    I 3. TORCti SWIVEL CONTROL FUNCTION 3.1 Outline When open head cutting by using torch head with bevel torch (referred to as torc'h head from hereon), it is generally necessary always to position the torch head in a normal direction regarding the straight line or arc that has been commanded. This ...

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    Consequently, at any point on the arc, for example P3, the torch head is positioned vertically to that tangential line. . The above mentioned "the torch head is positioned in a normal direction regarding the straight line and arc that has been commanded, and the C axis is automatically contr...

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    3.24 Torch swivel during gradual curve cutting The torch head on each of Y, V axis in gradual curve cutting mode (G12) turns in the normal line direction of the Y, V axis movement direction independently. +Y or +V axis movement V axis movement Tdrch head on V axis Commands gradual curve cutting s...

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    Y 0 Torch head C3 I Yl axis path Y2 axis program path Path after Y2 axis minor image is applied Path after VI axis mirror image is applied Vl axis progam path V2 axis path fig. 32.5 Fig. 3.2.5 shows an example of gradual cutting in a machine that has torch heads Cl, C2, C3 and C4 on axes Y1, Y2, ...

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    3.2.7 Torch swivel selection (input) TSE When the torch swivel selection signal TSE contact is closed, torch swivel index is executed and the torch head positions in the normal line direction to the straight line and arc that has been commanded and controls the torch head control axis. Note, howe...

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    3.3 Parameter Data No. (Bit) Data TRCH b #7 f6 : #5 #4 a3 772 #l i0 : Parameter input Data format . . bit axis type TRCH Specifies whether each axis is a torch swivel control axis or not. 0: No torch swivel control axis 1: Torch swivel control axis Data No. Data cl 1024 Axis number in which torch...

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    Data No. Data . Minute block movement amount Parameter input Data format : 2 word type Data unit . . Set unit ~ IS-A IS-B Remarks Metric machines 0.01 0.001 mm Inch machines 0.001 0.0001 inch Data range 0 - 99999999 3.4 Signal 3.4.1 Input signal BMI-DI 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 + . GO29 TSE TSE: When the t...

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    4. ERROR DETECT FUNCTION 4.1 Explanation of the Function In block A when continuing from cutting feed block (block A) to cutting feed block (block B), when the speed at the time of deceleration in the automatic acceleration and deceleration circuit of each axis drops below the set speed at parame...

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    Y L X Consequently, when a particularly sharp corner is executed, insert a dwell (G04) block etc., between the two cutting feed blocks. Example) GO9 GO1 X Y ; GO4 X0; - - GO9 GO1 X Y ; - - Note 4) When the in-position check signal is used as an error detect signal, set parameter CSZ and EDTC (par...

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    ’ INDEX 2nd feed rate override .............................................................. 4 2nd Miscellaneous Function ......................................................... 6 Znd, 3rd and 4th Reference Point Return (G30) .................................. 5 3-dimensional Tool Compensati...

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    a> Emergency Stop ....................................................................... 12 Environmental Conditions ........................................................... 15 Equal Lead Thread Cutting (G33) ................................................... 4 ERROR DETECT FUNCTION ........

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    4!!P Machine Coordinate System (G53) ................................................... MACHINE INTERFACE .................................................................... Machine Lock on Each Axis .......................................................... Main Program ..........................

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    Outline ................................................................................ 27 Outline ................................................................................ 43 Override .............................................................................. 4 Override cancel ..........

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    Reference Point Return Check (G27) ............................................... 5 Reference point return .............................................................. 28 Regenerative Discharge Unit ....................................................... 15 Registerable Programs .................

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    Stroke check before movement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Subcategory lettering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Subpro...

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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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