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    HITEC-TURN15SI, ZOSICNC LATHEINSTRUCTION MANUALSEIK! MULTI(L8804E-2)Edition 18-1989DSE1K1, Hitachi Seiki Co.,

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    CONTENTSINTRODUCTIONOperationProcedureFlow Chart1.SAFETYPRECAUTIONS1-11-1General Precautions'1-2Precaution When Operating the Machine1-3Precautions for Electric Equipment and NC Unit1-11-21-42.SPECIFICATIONS2-12-1Machine Outline2-2Machine Proper Specifications2-3NC-system Specifications2-4Compone...

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    4-4Operation Screen4-4-1- Position Display(TIMER)E=> Settingof Coordinate System (Tool Nose Position)4-4-2Program (Operation, Edition and MDI Operation)....4-4-3Tool Layout..4-284-284-334- 4±<=> Preparationof Tool-layout4-4-4MachineReference Setting4-4-5NC Screen4-5Editing Operation4-5-...

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    4-7-5Display andSetting ofParameter4-7-6Outputof Various Data4-7-7Explanation for VariousData onInput/OutputInstruments.4-7-8SummaryStorage and Editing Operation41734175417818245.MAINTENANCE ANDADJUSTMENT5-1PeriodicCheck List5-2AdjustingMethod forX, Z-axis Backlash5-3Confirmation ofLubrication Oi...

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    INTRODUCTIONWeare- obligedfor your usingour HITEC-TURN CNClathe.To make fulluse of this machine, it isnecessary tomake perfect installa¬tion, understand itsmechanisms andoptimumlyprogram forworkpieces.In addition, theuser should standardizesetups by using standardaccessorytoolsasa CNCmachine soa...

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    Operation Procedure Flow Chart(From Program PreparationUp toMachining)( Operation start0Numeral in () of eachitem shows thepage ofInstruction Manual.° For program-preparingmethod, refertoProgramming Manual1.Forother items, refer toInstruction Manual.:Operation standby (4-15, 4-70)Yes’rogram pr...

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    1.SAFETYPRECAUTIONSSafety precautionsare important to protect the operator and the machinefrom accidents anddamages respectively.These precautions apply notonlyto this machine but alsoto the settings and operations of almost allmachines. Alwaysobserve these precautions.1-1General PrecautionsObser...

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    1-2Precaution When Operating the MachineBefore operating this machine, full understand this manual.testrun in the presence of our operation instructoras muchas possible.Performa(Maintenance)Theoperator and the personnel incharge of maintenancemust fullyobserve the instructionsona caution plate.st...

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    (Tool Setting)1.When setting up tools, stopa spindleas wellas the feed in eachaxis.2.Bevery careful of toolnoses when setting themup.the toolsover their specified lengths because their toolnosesmay interfere witha bed, carriage,cover, tailstock,etc. whenindexinga turret head.Do notset3.Mount tool...

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    1-3Precautionsfor Electric Equipment andNC UnitWhen operating the machineor carrying out maintenance checks, payspecial attention to the following points, concerning the electricequipments and NC unit.1.Donot give shocks to the NC unit, power control cabinet, andso on.2.For the primary wiringof t...

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    2.SPECIFICATIONS2-1Machine OutlineThis isa CNClathe with a drum type turret head.be abletocontrol twoaxes simultaneously.The followingare the features of this machine.It is designed to1.The machinecan performchuck work andcenter work.2.Spindle speeds can be steplessly changed in a widerange due t...

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    2.Turret headAn indexing mechanism witha superhigh-accuracy camassures high¬speed indexing (0.1 sec./turret face) andhigh indexingaccuracy.3.Tails tockThe taperof the tailstock is MTNo.4(HT15SII) or MTNo.5(HT20SII,HT20SII-BIG CHUCK)and any livecenter available on themarketcan be mounted.Thetails...

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    2-2Machine Proper SpecificationsUnitHT15SIICapacitymm (inch)300(11.8)Swingmm (inch)165 (6.5)Chuck Sizemm (inch)165 ( 6.5)Max. Turning Dia.mm (inch)300(11.8)Max. Shaft Lengthmm (inch)38 ( 1.5)Bar CapacityTravelmm (inch)180 ( 7.1)X Axismm (inch)340 (13.4)Z AxisSpindleSpindle Speed356000rpmSpindle S...

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    UnitHT15SIIMotorACkW (HP)7.5 (10)Spindle Motor50% ED0.75(1)ACkW (HP)FeedMotor X Axis0.75 (1)ACkW (HP)Z Axis0.18(1/4)kW (HP)Coolant UnitkVAPower Capacity15'kg (lbs)3800 (8360)WeightNote:All illustrations and specificationsare subject to change withoutpriornoticefor improvement and development.2-4

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    2-2MachineProper SpecificationsHT20SIIUnitSTANDARDBIG CHUCKCapacitymm (inch)380 (15)380 (15)Swing210 (tf-lh)Chuck Sizemm (inch)255(10)210 (8l/4)mm (inch)255(10)Max. Turning Dia.380/600 (15/23.6)mm (inch )380 (15)Max. Shaft Length64(21/2)mm (inch)51(2)BarCapacityTravelmm (inch)200(7.9)200(7.9)X Ax...

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    HT20SIISTNDAKDBIG CHUCKMotorACkW (HP)Spindle Motor 50% ED11(15)11(15)ACkW (HP)1.03(1.4)FeedMotor X Axis1.03(1.4)ACkW (HP)1.03(1.4)Z Axis1.03(1.4)kW (HP)0.18(1/4)Coolant Unit0.18(1/4)Power CapacitykVA1822kg (lbs)Weight4100(9020)4300(9460)Note:All illustrations and specifications are subject to cha...

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    Standard AccessoriesQuick toolsetter$165 hollow chuck (HT15SII)$210 hollow chuck (HT20SII)—$254 hollow chuck (HT20SII BIG CHUCK)Soft jawfor the aboveStandard combination toolsID tool base holderLighting apparatusTailstockCoolant unitLeveling sheetSpanners and wrenchesSpindle overrideCall lightS...

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    2-3NC-systemSpecifications (SEICOS-L MULTI)StandardSpecificationsSubmemoryTool data100 pcs. film areastandard10.1 KB (dialogue programdata keeping)2axes (X, Z)2 axesLinear/ circularIncremental/absoluteEIA/ISO 840, AutomaticrecognitionG2, G3,M2, T40200% (10% step)50200% (10% step)1,5, 25, 100%Rapi...

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    Buffer storageOptional stopMachine lockDryrunTape check functionSingle blockCRT displayPart program storage &editingBack ground editingNo. of registerable programsSelf diagnosisStored strokelimitManual absoluteConstant surface speedInch/metric conversionTape punch interfaceRun hourdisplayGroo...

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    OptionFilmarea50.1 KB(dialogue programdatakeeping)SubmemoryTape readerProgrammable data inpuThread cutting cycleretractVariable lead threadingMultiplestart thread cutting2nd reference pointreturnPartprogram storagePart program storagePart program storageAdditional No. of registerableG92, G76G34G3...

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    2-4Component Units1.Z-axisservo motor12.TailstockCoolant pump14.Lubricating unit15.Spindle16.Head stock2.Z-axis feed box13.3.Qsetter4.Saddle5.X-axisservo motor(inside the saddle)Crossslide17.Bed6.18.Spindle motor7.Turret19.Manifold8.Tool restOperation panelPocketCoolant tank20.Hydraulic unitPower...

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    roILnsaP>H150490(5.9"ÿ 19.3")LnO=HMmMiDaM95ÿ435,j3.7"ÿ17.1'i“)H-sO(PIDrHPcncoH*O<:ULJinPicn\CDm'<11IDCNk1TV- t/‘Isa!5L.r—r;iT!!!!I4CNCDr—Iin i:rVO;i!S—\ FI-mm!L„I*____V/-J._!-ri \ r*—I715>DOIiOIIvDi\l\!H\L.:trlIT!5M“J-J=00vnrHmmcoinCDr*»!r:iSr*']T*...

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    pc3Ha.N3oo*190ÿ820(7.5"ÿ32.3")C/3l-iMm CO-,-HjCDCNCT-«? S3c*3OHO.l'Mai120rW50(4.7"'ÿ29.5")H-f0Ofi>g3Ocn<N1—H-WOPI3OCDt-",rHI'.,sc~-r-;f<?iiii/ijjb! !Oi!?roI'CNr*'iL.jCO!\-p,_L~rI<?—11<1;ja;inLHN3\V—JsLAiIH\aJS!CO__Jb5-Jmmyl'COLD00rtr:Mm <----»...

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    COxiH*L,PCL£1MJLDtHi3. t30°30°-a30°30>;-0/*s’' 0>"'ÿ>)/•/y\\/v0'30°/30°*HQr-mLDn£K-UfL-DQTJQQ QQ Qu\v®\30°y/'/V30\dNR-/:30°,30°30°ho30°LilH*Lnn- Z a11- ZiB-Z)SpindlenoseModelDDiD2D3D4Al*2DsJe-aD6D7 dx d2d aLiZi n—Z2n-Z3tLZHT15SIIA2-582.56365 104.8 135140801001604...

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    91 - Z©®oo©©O"180(3.1 ff)LoZ©oO'l»lAI .IH t..lyi—oO.©ÿ4NO'©Qo ©o4040LO©(1.6")(1.6")o'oo,pN5©©©!i!-foroo©to©o OnN350(2.0")15o15185(7.3")185(7.3")Ln(0.6")(0.6")Z370(14.6")99.1(3.9")14.69.675.0(3.0")99.1 (3.9")(0.6")(...

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    Boring Base HolderHT20SII5045/-*s(1.8")(2")*a\CNi2CNm-QLIvOcnTnCNin<TimvOPirHTtti-CNcn—4--!--liLÿ__rr70(2.8")5(0l720 ( 3.8")75(3")95(3.7")I12-17

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    HollowChuckSoft JawAQK—B00I&->iSc irKCOc.Ly/ff\i=rijVai/I\zHe00.895P=l-50£afcfla tjGttYW\T°2 Si- iTAiMnCHi60°\Details of Serrated Section7°7'30"L_J&)H•Jaw' Stroke (In diameter) : I2-M10HT20SIIHT15SII175 (6.9)120 (4.7)146 (5.7)A123 (4.8)88 (3.5)104 (4.1)B32 (1.3)52 (2.1)42 ...

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    Standard parts(SES)Q'tyNo.Part No.Remarks1N10416B103024'SESÿi (SES\ (-2J \d134B10356l5534.40053///in/l_U3--iZG|HD“VMi- YJU-,PD|i LUDIm minoa ininChinNCNXinx•n_o<r—mH—ino-o<3XrvimQs>ainru ruQQQQOQ-M£'Oir Kr3.J Q.___LaierIEQZA5-6SES3533290Stroke15 mm575Drawing No.or typeNo.NameQ'...

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    Standard parts (SES)Q'tyNo.Part No.Remarks1N101426B10304's E(a Es\ ( 21214B10353640553G5L_|A0|20J_7iV4/T4‘inrJ1 inZQ[X2J2rj\:m =dnfir-—*m inO<— inMEEJioinQQinxoXin. inO ncnCD. inO toruc\jOinIkHh oiioiainI-CD!—i-ra-im —ininCVJruoaaaoaaaQO.a.inQQ—2X1xu.~:i .J31-L.•fti—rj-jrrr-i...

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    Standard parts (SES)Q'tyNo.Part No.Remarks'S E5> fSES\f611N1012l26B1030634B1035655030|£!Li3_y// 6 pcs./.equally spaced7m-G:-3ZET1•ÿi JZLii_.Jt=o»min(Otoc-Xinxinrorooinf- 03*3cnXin03ininiP.5oinnir-mto-CDinoi cvjcn <rvjOJoQ03OininQQQQQQr-Q22[&T"! rrUH=‘i__rri=av6 pcs.— JFÿr...

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    3.INSTALLATION3-1Machine InstallationFoundation (Fig. 3-1 and Fig. 3-2)Wheninstalling a machine tool, its foundationmust berigid and stable.This isthemost importantfactor in ordertoobtain the best machiningThe machining accuracy isgreatly affected bythe propertiesof the ground where your factoryi...

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    Install the machine in as cleanas possiblean environment becauseelectronic devicesfor controlare particularly susceptible to dustandmoisture.In addition, the machine must be installed ata placefree fromvibrations.3-2

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    (jz50.6") Holefor packing (4pcs.)M20 Leveling bolt (7 pcs.)75(3") 527(20.7")773(30.4")75(3")M20 Leveling bolt(6 pcs.)ItP'M20 nut (6pcs.)mIIrHI§Iron plate (6pcs.)95x 120x t25N11/ILOCN/z<TvrCNvDCNVDfNOLOCNOIvOP*TTIDmU)rH+ 4- 4 4A*.•••Concrete•*•* »’ (*—*-...

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    ?S14(?S0.6") Holefor packing (4 pcs.)M20 Leveling bolt (7 pcs.)873(34.4")75(3") 527(20.7")75(3")1M20 Levelingbolt(6 pcs.)iilrHIM20nut (6pcs.)/ooinCN-ÿtIron plate (6pcs.)Q95x 120 x t25/<rs*<rCN03(NU)o03OCNIkO0303m4>03rH-f f+ 4f.•Cr— « *r—•-.-.Vs-mCNrCD*...

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    M20 Leveling bolt (7pcs.)is$5l4(?50.6") Holeforpacking (4 pcs.)753(29.6")75(3") 527(20.7")390(15.4,,l/ 35(1 .4")M20 Leveling bolt(7pcs.)nir-IinM20nut(7 pcs.)Ir-lII§—•IIron plate (7pcs.)7 095x 120 x t25CN.L..u.II/COoCNcnIDvD2—4fNN*Io*3*iDr>uiCNvDrovOcnamiDI IliHI...

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    Chip box (Option)COom ,HChip conveyorrear outlet(Option)rC-cnxf-\I •II/ICMCM1 DCNmbsCD8fNIN---rT--'—T" i---nr— —H i----1K-Jrp,J lr-l-,1IIILj1 ||#1HI IIf1ILO-IJI J| |---1IChip box (Option)UJ8ir~j7O'HI-3ÿ*•rp—*“*rirJ JJrn•q*TiSb' Chip conveyor rightoutlet(Option)V)U3lsi—|/\/...

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    Chip box (Option)ibom HChip conveyorrear outlet(Option)CO'!F-X•o'<NIIroCNJlO11CNrnHtoih! ;S% Ria %--rn"n.Iifegftr'i—P==-ÿP---+VDChip box (Option)oU>Hi[i7i--hr.--!yirJj -1n- >i--if"'1,ÿ=ILJll=0dlCN5bU3Chip conveyor right outlet(Option)/osi—!/\IIs610(24“ )4101340 (52.8&...

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    *rChip box (Option).CDioomrHChip conveyor rear outlet(Option)CIF*/INCNE (NroHVPVDCDCOoCN01n_rrr——.rpjiiLr--il--r—ni.VOrÿ-_:4JlE:f£3Chip box (Option)J?+PLL-u>—v=£ __r*—iII--1---+--r-n/00iBtfE">r_nt=l J>*-HI M(Ntb*s! »,VOV0*3'•iIChipconveyor right ioutlet(Option)g-!3/\...

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    LiftingWork (Fig. 3-3)Liftingwork isone of the important steps when transporting theNormally, this work is carriedout by usinga crane orThefollowing are precautions for the lifting work.machine.chain block.1.The weightofthe machineproper is about;3,800 kg/8,360 lbs. .(HT15SII)(HT20SII)(HT20SII LO...

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    ForkLift WorkObserve thefollowing pointsin fork lift work:1.Selecta fork lift whichcan sufficiently fendurea machine weight.2.Fork lift work should be cooperatively done by twopersons, thatis, anoperator anda watchman, not to damage projectionson themachine perimeter.3.To put in the fork,use the ...

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    JI/,//i/IfA—nlHbH~1 Ir<Z~ii\\'.by- +—j*|U-ii//Ujf0' 1\tJii/i3L_J F-=&--r- Jb-[r_j.r-i"i;i:II Xjf-—!\ \hh ?iii•U-Ji—I1 11 1I IIIIv\'-l1J-f> —1r-itOJI/ir-itb-:---1r “>1b-b1---;Fig.3-3Lifting Work3-11

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    Cleaning the MachineTherust preventing paint applied tosome partsof the machine tendsto beexposed to dust andsoil during transportation.donotmove thesaddleor cross slide before cleaning the machine.Upon shipment fromour factory, each sectionof themachine has beenBefore cleaning the machine, loose...

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    PowerSourceand WiringPowerswitchInstall the power switch separatelyfromother machinesso thatthe machine operatorcanaccess it easily.see thetable below.1.For a fuse capacity,2.Wiringfrom thepower switch to the machineConnectthe power source to the machine as shown in the figurebelow:(l)' Circuitbr...

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    Switching of Electric Deviceby Supply Voltage andFrequencyDepending on the supply voltage andfrequency, it isnecessary tochange setting of the following electric device.Check the voltageandfrequency before setting.Supply voltageSupply frequencySwitching the tap of thepower controlpower transforme...

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    Open the doorof the control cabinet,remove the plasticcover oftheswitching transformer(5), and connect wiresT2 and S2 to thescrewindicated with specified voltages on theINPUT side.(Select thescrew, depending on the supply voltage.)WireNo. T2LWire No. S2Hi@110100-'©©220261-2001I180©L 0®22®20H...

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    Installation andLevelling(Fig. 3-7)Levelling is one ofthe importantfactors which determines theaccuracyThe levelling of the machine isthe mostfoundamentalstep andhaveeffects on the accuracy of workpieces and service life ofTherefore, level themachine according to the followingFirst, set the iron ...

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    o*<§8o—El/SLon\T\i---1irEl'tM___I—±\±\oI%LevelLevelblock iOMovethe Z-axia byits fullstroke.:>}0Fig. 3-7Levelling

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    3-2Lubrication andOil SupplyBefore operatingthe machine, supply lubricating oils the spots shownin Fig.3-8 according tothe specified methods.It is recommended touse thelubricating oils listed in Table 3-1.o Hydraulic Working OilBesure to supply oil slightlyover the center lineofan oilgaugelocated...

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    ©©O9pQ4rnQ_D<3 °90OFig.3-8Where to Supply Lubricating Oils3-19

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    Table3-1ListofLubricating Oils (Refer to Fig. 3-8)Oil quantityandfrequencyLubricating spotMethodOils usedISO StandardCB32orHL32•Shell Oil:Shell Tellus OilUp to an oilgauge (5.51/1.5 gal.Replace itevery6 months.1Hydraulic tankC32*Esso Oil:Teresso 32• Mobil Oil:Mobil DTE OillightISO StandardG68...

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    3-3CoolantThereare two different types of coolantsavailable;one iswater-At present,any coolantsTherefore, noInstead, the following notesare presented hereasan aid in selecting thecoolant suitable foruse with thismachine.soluble andthe other isnon-water soluble.of different tradenames are availabl...

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    7)A dilutingmethod of water-soluble coolant anda diluent useddepend of a kind ofcoolant.Follow the instructions providedby eachcoolant maker.3-4Check Priorto Test RunBefore initially operating this machine, besure tocheck for eachitemin the following order:Checkfor the supply voltage.When checkin...

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    4.OPERATION4-1Operation Panel4-1-1Outlinefor Operation PanelBnu>tiaa SPEED iru>ujc=tMoaiOADUETEHroc ..vsri.ua[I]!era?aOa i.. --TFowenr--nOHQUlOC=€>IBBorr (!JJoBS(gp?inn rgi1N01E=0>gj sim n in HnnaownrQV"(I!III IIII—TODLIHDIXPMI B5BB9 SIBcaBTHlIrilMliaBOI(Dd)(D(DSH— Bpiifiwa...

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    4-1-2Outline Explanation of NC Operation PanelPAUBEwiramraEDIT|RESETjOPfcflPflOGCRA97-aPHICP»)1465CAflSOL.X123[MAIMTE]IHAHCEIg0Menu keyFunction keyFIF9: Operation-selecting screen is displayed.: Functionname is displayedon each screen atlower sideofscreen.: Screen item and alphabet(English data)...

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    (1)Thefollowing functionsare performed bypressing| RESET(Reset)key.a.Travel command cancelb.Bufferclearc.Resetting of alarm, ifcause is eliminatedd.Auxiliaryfunction cancele.Label skip function ONf.Memory rewindSequence No. reseth.RSTsignal transmissioni.Gcoderesetg-(2)However, the reset operatio...

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    4-1-3Outline Explanation of Machine Operation PanelLOAD METER (%)SPINDLE SPEED (RPM)EMERGENCY-STOPWORK GRIP*BH MEMORY0>EaEJTLOCKPOWEROH(j]||wr©wraiEX £>£>EBEBmOFF(j]|oo <c[<*£ \FORWARDM\~JOQV ALArU,[Tii||"J?)<ctI RETRACT_2>l ?IBj COOLAHTSPINDLE=®iISH @JKID STOPiHPMH...

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    : Indicatesa spindle motoroverload (%).: Indicates a spindle speed, (option): Disables machine operation.hydraulic pump and lubricatingpump do notstop. ): Selects the chuck clamping direction of theworkpiece to becut.: Program editingenable/disable selector keyswitch: Turns on thepower for the NC...

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    : Regardlessof the mode, thespindlerotatesonly while this key ispressed.: Stops the spindle in the manual mode.: Turnson/off coolant manually.: Thespindle rotates ina low speed range.Spindle Jog KeySpindle Stop KeyCoolant KeySpindle Speed Change LowKeySpindle Speed ChangeMiddle Key: The 'spindler...

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    : When puts manual continuousfeed, the machineoperates at the"%" valueset by RapidOverride only whilethis key is pressed, ifpressed during manual continuous feed.(However, it operatesat50% when RapidOverride isset to 100%.): Lightsup when theX axis isat the machinezero point.: Lightsup ...

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    Optional Stop: The machine stops atM01 specified byaprogram.To restart, press the Program Startkey.: Skips the block which contains"/" (slash)specified bya program.: Restarts aprogram.(option): Starts MDI or automatic operation.: Suspends MDIor automaticoperation.: DuringMDI or automati...

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    4-1-4Function Key and State DisplayItem1.Commonfunction keyF6VF7F3YF4TOOLPROGRAMLAYOUTZEROF2F5F8F9POSITION PROGRAMEDITINGOPER.GUIDEOTHERSVF4F6YF?F2F5F3F9F8N COTHERSSCREENCommonfunction keymeans soft key forcommon displayon thescreenof operation/driving guide.By| F9| (others) key, moving is madeto...

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    2.Statedisplay item (usual display item)Anyscreen displays the following diagram atthe top and button partsofCRT-screen.>Screenname©Program No.(2)1 SequenceNo.Ivi]I—I rrtReady state display(?) Alarm display.(6) Buffer full, label skipstate displayMST-FINwaiting, dwelling, andfeeding display...

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    (4)IN/OUT. VER displayDuring input/output of punchingtape,address-searching orediting, the followingmessage is displayed with flicker."Duringdata-input""VER""During data-output"in tape readingin tape collationintape-punching out(5)MST-FINwaiting, in dwelling and feed...

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    (CAUTION)1.On thescreen in program preparation, usuallydisplayeditemsare not displayed.2.Thescreen ofprogram editing (for bothfore, back grounds)shows the stateof screen-selected time, while in selectingthescreen, display does notchangeeven when thecontentof usual displaying item changes.OnNC-scr...

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    4>I1toroIH*7(0.3")COHto120 (-4ÿ7")o400 (15.7") Stroke70(2.8")IPoi-hi-lMPPnrrHroH-OPCflPI<fT3roroi—1L-Joo- “IH-Pi.QQJP'3fanPtrI3H-00ProN104(413.")42H-cn"(1.7"TP:OQ0)Ia-p-i73(2. 9")vOCOtnStandard2H-*&LJ2r-mrgCNiTITJIlOCOCNin400 (15.7") Str...

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    HOhoOIMHimH7(0.3")nnIDPJ<M630 (24.8") Stroke70(2.8")120(4.7")IDT3H(DIH-nPIOQtoiIbpajOP)IDcn1*J52(2.1")123(4.8")Qocn•t0)1 £a-P-vDcn&73(2.9")lin4mh—Jcn1Standard4>LDCNr>t—ioolCNIhL-JLDinCOCNm630 (24.8“ ) Stroke820 (32#3M)jHT20SII (LONG BED) St...

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    HO<oHOQHT3n>iPIn<435 (17.1")HH-340 (13.4") Stroke95(3.7")360(2.4") StandardBUaoCDJcn....rirLITQ)aMVO-P-32IITTId.3“"VDgr*Ln«—J§rH-T~-IA-ETvQvL__mvoOsrH150(5.9")340 (13.4") StrokeI490 (19.3")HT15SIIStrokes(KV TOOLING)

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    . .Vv••Hwo<oMi-3CD4n<Jn>120(4. 7n)400 (15.7" ) StrokeI-1H-P(TOT75(3")paBStandard—-UTOr.T(DVI=r1—i-IOJoL.J4NJIB Htsh-4104(4 1")42wchoCO(1.7") |PH&Or-CNOT—IIoCNi03rvCOootHCNO’>3CN400 (15.7") Stroke590 (23.2")......i.i.HT20SIIStrokes (KV TOOL...

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    4>IMToolRestirÿON3tHroooID.HiHoPiWnH@KMPIDrtrrnCOtOH'°r.o®,$H,roo<rH'5|oln>1 rr+ipISnI M-riIhgai(D/r> .aIfi' ®©pgpo<rH-PQOQMlO%POFwHro4>OCOIMI—lHCDl""1I90(3.5")I90(3.5")25!7I(0.3ÿ :i"25 17fi%i(0.3ÿn „so=PiHi%iI 3J8 (0.711 )PminloIin•n rHLT)~...

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    rTool Restrt''S'.7sO<oH*cnT3H3CD<®n©rr** fDMMlIDo17(0.7'nn\ID"VP/XOOn®fDua•--;nPOOK*Poaqhn©oOil7CH©HUiCO%4NMMio*V2v>'228 (9")vo2(0.1")230 (9.1")i0DRoughing Tool (Standard ProjectionAmount)o3m P*CN3U1rH> tmAmAi=mmvDCDOJMachiningRanges WhenCenter (LC-4A) is Us...

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    IITool RestJHort9<1Os9MinM0)PsOrtA"ront-+i(D17 0.7")CDrP/LiZ1nCVNro\PS•«i\P$&H'7,?CP2crqO.lfT,V,Hh255(10")VosPdHN34NOcnIMMro( UioXV,O'*0D RoughingTool (Standard Projection'Amount)iIzror-o-ztni—lro' 'Vroin<N==vCDLT)H(NCOv'HOX1—ICMzMachining Ranges When Center (LC-5F...

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    §HoMOh-»AGOnjHPfDOrr0)Hi0)no(0oCD/a\0\'/H-P+st007HiOHPCH4>tooOICOMroMb->V,230i«iCN/OiMachining Ranges When Center (LC-5F-6) is Used0D Copying Tool(Projected 25 mm morethan standard amount)

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    4-2-3How to Obtain Tool CenterHeightCenter height adjustment isnotnecessary whenusinga standardtool anda selected tool.1N(Example)Sizeof thestandard tooland selectedtool(for an OD tool)32.025.0©(1.25")o(1")mTS25.025.0(1").(1")1.When centerheight adjustment of the OD tool is r...

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    4-3Operation Preparation4-3-1Starting Operation'Procedure 1High voltage panel main breaker ONRotationof ventilating, fan in panelLighting of fluorescent lamp in machine-=>Procedure2NCPower ON-3»IIIIIIIII 1i=if~r»T"T--.i" i-rÿr-iragfB©L8804-2MULTIINTERACTIVESYSTEM4-23

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    Procedure3(operation) key.PressF3Automatic operation—selecting screen is .displayed.i:Vab0IPfcMRAtfHTWQ-ilr;«•<1sfiProcedure4Make operation by following the indication ofscreenOperation-readyscreen is displayed.N0000jtrtWMipjt’KpwnrluilT »tLE.»ieHE CIC/IODCYsnr o/noi|u<trn ZEHO gli...

  • Page 78

    * Upon selecting| F3| (operation) by operation-selecting, thescreenshows the zero-point return for the first timeafter setting thepower toONor operation ready.While attime ofno completion,screen shows the operation readybefore goingto thescreen of position.* Upon making zero-point return once, th...

  • Page 79

    ConditionsPossible of Spindle RotationAfter the end starting operation of4-3-1, spindlecan be turned by thefollowing conditions.(1)Doorshould be at itsclosed state.(2)Chuck should be clamped.(Opening/closing statewill be changedbyinside clampor outsideclamp of key switch.)(3)Tailstoclc should be ...

  • Page 80

    4-3-2Emergency StopandRestart of OperationAn emergency stop is caused inthe followingcases:Whenthe EMERGENCY STOP switchon the operation panel ispressed.1.2.When clutch of X-axisor Z-axis is disconnected.3.When thecondition of the spindle motor is abnormal.a.When thetemperature inthe spindle moto...

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    4-4OperationScreen4-4-1 Position DisplayProcedure 1Press[ F3| (operation) key.-5»SelectedscreenITliFK3S3M1-runer11i=H" i~rr r fe l’fe-i .oIn case of other thanselectingscreen, press| FI| (position) key.When there isno •| FI | (position) key,Forfunction key, there are 2 items.| F9| (othe...

  • Page 82

    Procedure 2It is changedto position screen.Onthis screen, present toolnose position, zero-set position,remaining movingamount and machine positionare shown.01907N0E07Irrauiof]CTCOL PTOITJOOX220. 000200. 000iDiwtrrmJzfLDCTU )(t)ISTf»CC TO GDIrooo. oca2oooo. oco<ZEPOEETTIICunmannranic position2...

  • Page 83

    (TIMER)Procedure 1Press theNEXTkey.If theNEXTkey is pressedwhen the Positionscreen isdisplayed, the RunHourscreen willappear.|rirtn|N0207( ian joinuTEKEEcaoj«=acn o<0000.00.02 E0000.00.00 SS0000.00.00n. cronEft pacnTII 13rueoiCYCLE ST<WTBTFATIIG T|»CCTSIGHT.FEED CUTT MO Imm. cFCPATtio tu...

  • Page 84

    Setting of Coordinate System (Tool Nose Position)When tool isindexed at the cuttingposition by turret index, the displaypositionof toolnose changes, however, it is due tothe setting-up ofcoordinate system in ordertodisplay the distancefrom machiningzeropoint and toolnose position exactly atthe to...

  • Page 85

    J° Compositionof coordinate system (tool nose position)Reference -point shift amount (L)Sensorlength (£)jwith Z-setterMachine coordinate at timeofsensor .touch (Mz)IIIIIReferencepointTlMachine coordi-nate section(Z)ÿ__l./Machine.fixingvalueMountingdimension (Z)Machinecoordi¬nate//(X)//v tQDMo...

  • Page 86

    4-4-2Program(Operation)Procedure 1Press| F2| (program) key.When there isno key of| F2 | (program) key,S>/fl| F9| (others) key.pressYF4F5F2FSFS'F7F9PR OGHAMOTHERSProcedure 2It showsprogram screenPressMEMORYkey.•WIBIWVt-AxiajH. w)l--=>j[muanf( TAPE/o]M>EDITftC3HI nuwllllacoilH LOCI<[C...

  • Page 87

    Procedure3Press| F5(English display) key./fSF5F6ENGLISHDISPLAYD0ES22KQ100OSS*.**;c-1 r*iii11ntrrL|f1llUl9Off. Ii3Kt. s.;11iiTITl ii- u.. *r#»»..»ll5I rjinW|(U?IlltTÿVinwT»*V rÿ-.T4-34

  • Page 88

    (Edition)Procedure 1Press| F2| (program) key.When there isno key of| F2| (program) key,| F9| (others) key.pressFSVF7r F5FSF2F3FSOTHERSPROCRAM1}Procedure 2Press| EDIT| key.ii o*OFFjj.[ HOt|[ EDITTAFgj01ÿ9§9NIIBBNQB52Z*n]?»cfc2rt rcun »mw»iTnf. Ij*.UC4o»uwieu* p•ÿ--u—ti1ST-mm taI M--XU«...

  • Page 89

    Procedure3Press| F5| (English display) key.riF5FSENGLISHHINPI »R1}r 00522ÿ HOI QOK*r. -3-tSM clkivZt -fM<mK i:.•rr.•WT «ar«*r..c»a otnaer•eo« me-.VFTr F2F3FSF5FBF9F7PROG.NO.EDITNO-NETTOTHERSDISPLAYsaaue-|NCE MiF3YF4LISESKIPrF2F579FSFBTOOLForediting procedure,refer to"4-6-8 Pro...

  • Page 90

    (MDI Operation)Procedure 1Press| F2| (program) key.When there isno key of| F2| (program) key, press| F9| (others) key.rvJ/F7F9~OTHERS.w3TFBF2F3FSF3PROGRAM1}Procedure 2PressM.D.Ikey.\\U0l»A«ajnOPFJJ.jrÿnIUDIJI torJ(muoht|( TAPE)Display ofinput data.09522NO199 NffisrIA.iÿvnS3'asp:-?=ÿL"it...

  • Page 91

    Example 1:300 rpm at low speed, forward rotationProcedure 1Movethecursor to the lower speed, andpress theINPUTkey.Procedure 2Movecursor to S, and input300.Procedure3PressSTARTkey.ItemDataSpindleRangeSpeedSurface speedI (s)|Bail1 low 2 highProcedure 4Movecursor to the forward andpressINPUTkey.Proc...

  • Page 92

    Example2rAxial movement by moving amount methodProcedure 1Movecursor linearly, input it.HOIM"S-3*>» tajg BS=i:RAB6=»|Q«Di «a BIA1 «=3-JB.arsxcs«|1“-rhs*DisplayofinputdataV:i:Procedure 2Movecursor to theInc. and input it.Procedure 3Press| F5| (X zero set) key and| F6| (Z zero set) ...

  • Page 93

    Procedure 6Press theSTARTkey.DiameterLongitudinalFeedU-10.0-=»ÿINPUTW-10.0 INPUTF0.2INPUTCheck the door closed, chuck closed, center retract, spindlerotation.| ILJIlLgiUjlMJPROGRAMVi—o|Q||SHI4-40

  • Page 94

    4-4-3Tool LayoutIncase ofprogram made previouslyor machiningprogram setting,tool-layoutcan be displayed by calling theprogram.Usually, toolis set while looking at thisscreen.However, valuesof a tool setting position(diameter, length) arenot changed.When thenumber of tool mountingfaces is changedo...

  • Page 95

    Tool Layout(mounting position)This screen storesthe information related totools suchas toolshapes, mounting dimensions, etc.(Only mounting positionscan bealtered, withthe MEMORYLOCK/WRITE keyshifted to "WRITE".)A value by the Qsetter is inputtedto the tool mountingposition.(When using t...

  • Page 96

    Input of Tool Width Data for Groove ToolWhena grooving process is displayed in theProcess field, inputWhen inputting data inTool Width in the line of Tool File No. (no process), however,the following operation is required.in thesamemanner as theother data.Input tool width dataaswell when creating...

  • Page 97

    Tool Layout(Multiple offset)It isused in need of compensation forover 2 pieces byone tool(for instance, taper adjustment, etc.).01S88N020BI TOP. LflYCUT CCZ-«XIS31: TUX ;TUX: CFETP-; TUX I USMl ; ID. TO.:TICK•POINTl -RI TUX: i>V-safX: / ;STITUXLT-rbcl7.05i QI9ir:;* k.;1. D.' 32J5TI190.a.*PR...

  • Page 98

    Program example:lInput theoffset amounttothe diameter of compositecompensation No.27.N700_T0700ÿM41;G96 S120 M08;© GOO X100.0 Z10.0 MO 3;© G01| G1421 Z-100.0 TO72 7 FO.15© X150.0 T0700;© G97 GOOX200.0 Z150.0;M01;/// / si/ //V 7ÿ//©//Movement of2-lineshows taper-form.Incase of minus-directi...

  • Page 99

    Preparation of Tool-layout1.Whatispreparation of tool-layout ?In callingout theprogram, information in () ofprogram is read,and data isseton screen of tool layout.Example)0xx x x ;(TL01/03TL03/05W50.0D100.0H2.0L253.23);////Turret No.Tool lifeNo.WorkWorkFaceMachininglengthdia-removalreference poin...

  • Page 100

    2.Tool-layout preparingprocedureProcedure 1Operating method01 2 34 ;(TL01/03TL02/36TL04/.15TL05/55W50.0D100.0H2.0L250.0) ;Procedure 2Set to EDIT modeor MEMORY mode then, select| F2| (program) screen.rr4|F5FROGRATI2EROIF2F3F6FBF9=OSITION FFaDSRFTTOOLLAYOUTOPER.GUIDEOTFERSftProcedure3Press| F6| (PR...

  • Page 101

    Procedure4Input theprogram No. you want to call.0000INPUTTheprogram is called.Checkprogram contents.0123*CCCC4m~.aa— •r. i". I",r. r. r.r..Frr=iJProcedure 5Press| F3| (tool layout) key.F6JF7F3YF7TOOLFRCGrÿPnLRYOJT| ZERO*rF5FBF211}1}4-48

  • Page 102

    1) Tool file data (TOOL POINT, NOSE-R, TOOL-WIDTH) is putintothe mounting.2) Work-length (W) is input.=>onlyat the time withZ-setter (option).3) Mounting position (X) (Z) at toolfilecan be seen.(TL01/03TL02/36 TL04/15 TL05/55 W50.0L250.0019BBN0208i"i "jjuhInput ismade onlyat timeoff ...

  • Page 103

    Procedure 6Press| F4 | (PROGRAM ZERO) key.F3VF4[F5[?£YF7raFBF2UReference point shift amount (L) is input.(TL01/03TL02/36 TL04/15TL05/55 W50.0 L25a0 )NoZ-setter01500HO000r- jfz.iWMNaaji-m-l»ri..........EJEE~iKEiagsjZ-setter (option)n*wjoiaaoMoaaa* At timeofL0, no input is made.kept.)(Previously ...

  • Page 104

    3.Restricing items(T) Designatingrange*11 •Decimalpointinputimpossible•Tool00M00J •Digit-max. 3digits•Work length-9999.9999999.999 mm(-999.9999999.9999 inch)-9999.9999999.999 mmpoint shift(-999.9999999.9999 inch)amount(T) Impossible of insertion and renewal of line (EOB) from ~~*3controlI...

  • Page 105

    (IT) At timeof only information ofW and L without TL-inf ormationwork-length andshift-amount.Tool information in tool layout is((T) item.jsetthe sameas(?) Information intool layout at NC-ower ON isfeedbacked to tool-file(100 pcs).position.Whereas, there isno change in the valueor tool-mountingAft...

  • Page 106

    Note)When callingthe program created with the grooving tool ofShape4 in the OD roughing, ID roughing or end face indentingprocess in program check and creation, inputa tool widthbecause no tool width isinput in Tool Layout.When callingthesame programas well, this tool width data isnot input.So, r...

  • Page 107

    4-4-4Machine Reference SettingUnderprogram operation, in performingprogram check, trial shavingor continuous operation, instruct the machiningreference pointformmachine-zero point, so-called the distanceup to the finishingandsurfaceto NC-system.Fordetails of operation procedure, refer to Operatio...

  • Page 108

    Procedure2Press| F4 | (PROGRAM ZERO) key.CasewithZ-setter (option)Make operation by the designation ofscreen.rF3F5FRCGRPHZEROtf01500HO00Oa cm no i•aewm 9*rust 0*0 Oi•D—IOJ KUIn l-w «*«* IaliÿH:=,F=r rInapplying jaw-end face, input should be made for the work-length withscreen of tool lay...

  • Page 109

    4-4-5NCScreenNC-screenis displayed •Procedure 1Press| F8| (NC-screen) key.F6VF7F3VF4F9FBF5F2NCOTHERS_SCREENftAlarmscreen is displayed.*L*imras8Ao«---CS5_pcx pnnarr con pwq PQJ0*3 rfwIFunction-key shown inNC-screen isas follows.73FT72F 4757577F978cOr- ALMDGMPRMSETCOM PROG POSOFS•HOTHERSNEXTuu...

  • Page 110

    Case with multiscreen displayProcedure 1PressMENUkey.4-57

  • Page 111

    Each key for display has the following meanings.(a)|ALM | (alarm) key:It selectedfor disply of alarm code.In case of input, automatically this function key isset.(b)|DGN | (diagnosis) key:It is selectedfor displaying thestate ofINPUT/OUTPUT signal.(c)|PRM | (parameter) key:It isselected for displ...

  • Page 112

    (k)| VER| (verify) key:It is start-key for verifying the data in memory andpunched tapedata.Thefollowing 3 keysare usedfor editing the partprogramstored in memory.(1)| ERS(erase) key:It is usedfor erasing the data in memory.(m)| INS| (insert) key:It is usedfor inserting the data into memory.(n)AL...

  • Page 113

    State Display(1)Ready state displayRDY : It shows the normal system and operablestate.(2)Alarm display (flicker)Alarm displayshows flickering until thecause is removed andreset-operation is made."ALM" : Alarm is occurring."BAT" : Battery alarmis generated."A/B" : Bot...

  • Page 114

    (4)MSTFIN waiting, dwelling andfeedingdisplay (flicker)"M""S"llrjill"p"ready of M-command.ready of S-command.readyof T-command.Under cutting feed.case of rapidtraverse.in tape reading.In dwelling."R" is displayed innpii"DWELL"M, S,T, F, Pare shown...

  • Page 115

    4-5Editing OperationProcedure1Press| F7[ (EDITING) key.-_r1FrF9F6FSF5F3F2Cm-EFSEDITIhC1}-Q1S9BHOB0CJZr r rProcedure 2Move thecursor, and select themenu, and inputit.4-5-1NC Program Punch OutStoredprograms can be outputtedto theFA card, floppy disk,paper tape,etc. by connectingan external device.P...

  • Page 116

    Procedure 3Connecttheconnector under the state of power OFF of puncher.-5-®©04©©Procedure4PressEDITkey.->ÿ| HOl|( EDITJ[MM0«T/( TAPE{V01308HQQ0O• C. >gg«la 9r rr ??•rnJIncase without satisfaction, by the data-setting content, press| F2|(no) key.Press| F9[ (end) key, then, editing...

  • Page 117

    Procedure 5Press| FI| (EIA) key,| F2| (ISO) key of punch code.01388MGGGOnxy gymBoror*Lt>t•D«an»«1m»nnnT»«inSJJ1F5F9F2F3F4FaF6F7SETEIAISO54)Request forscreen andfunction key change.Procedure 6Select thetype of interface01388N80Q8PtTM X'>ÿv«2ii••ar*>wr a**f*TsnTfr irf|DCNF9F5...

  • Page 118

    Procedure7Selectthetype of baudrate.Whenthere isno selecting baudrate, press| F8| (OTHERS) key.019BBNO000BoroIB* aa c=sr r r FT" i*-~rr;150F5F6FSF2F9F3SET50110100200300600OTHERSEHDftnrF2F3F5FSFaFaSET4800120024009600OTHERSEOTftProcedure8Select the stop-bit and control code if any.Procedure9Af...

  • Page 119

    Procedure12Input 0-No.Program isoutput.0 mis INPUTNote) ° Aprogram can be erased by pressing|1 |, | 2|, | 3|,| 4| andERSin thatorder.oAllprograms in the NCmemoryare outputtedby pressing0000 andINPUT.° All programs in the NCmemory can be deleted by pressingandDELETE./4-66

  • Page 120

    4-5-2NC Program ReadingBytheuse of outside instruments, program tapecan be memorized.Procedure 1Display the power ofscreen.H«a«a59-0X961ni >—*Iri" r rr rProcedure 2Move thecursor to themenu for NC-program reading.NC-program readingscreen changes.5>Procedure3PressEDITkey.[ uo(J[ EDI...

  • Page 121

    Procedure4Select the type of input interface.QisooHQaaaoar ahv (j9mio* 9r*VB1 DM C7TSIraf7T-WrnnnTrTs iV ,tear|DONF3F5F2F6F9F7FBSEIKIRS232CSETENDRequestfor screen- and function key change.Procedure 5Select thetype of baudrate.When there isno selecting baudrate, press thekey forothers.01918HQ0Q0li...

  • Page 122

    Procedure 6Select thestop-bit and control code ifany.Procedure7After the endof complete setting,press| F9| (SET END) key.Procedure 8Input the power of puncher.Procedure9Set the keyfor writing.MfcMUNYt>lociMITEC=£> i'>$Procedure 10Input 0No., andafter endof registration, reading starts.U...

  • Page 123

    Naming (name-putting ofprogram)(1)By inputtingProgram Noautomatically generated in following' program No.t=> 01 2 34 (and pressingINPUTkey,() is•5).(2)The display of function key becomes alphabetical.(3)Name input is possibleup to the maximum8 letters.(alphabet, numeral,-, .)(4)By pressingIN...

  • Page 124

    4-5-3Auto-program Data ReadingConversation-producedprogram datacan be memorized.Procedure1Display the editing operationscreen.non$*01900nIr''rr rr rProcedure 2PressINPUTafter moving thecursor to themenu ofauto-program datareading.It isshownon thescreen of auto-program data reading.Procedure3Press...

  • Page 125

    Procedure4Setthe keyfor writingMEMORYC>LOCIVBITEOO- €>Procedure 5Input 0No., andafter the endof name-registration, readingstarts.SEE EE]INPUT-59-Note) 9Aprogram can be erased by pressing[ 1|, | 2|, | 3|,[~4~~| and| ERS° Whena program longer than the remaining capacity ofthe NCmemory, ame...

  • Page 126

    4-5-4Listfor RegistrationProgramA list of stored programnumbers isdisplayed to allow you to changethe program number,delete/call theprogram, edit theprogram nameand copy the program.Procedure1Display theediting operationscreen.Hosts01300I t wi'wix miKU«*|aoun wv r1 ) • i"r1r rProcedure2Pr...

  • Page 127

    Procedure 2Press| F6[ (PROG. NO. EDIT) key.r"F6YF7PROG.NO.EDITF8F2F5F9FJ'ENB*1}Procedure 3InputProgram No.tn tu GO0INPUT(Program Edition)Procedure 1Press theEDITkey.t w -v*—)urri( HDlj( EDITJ(uoiOnTj( TAPSIProcedure 2Press[ F6 | (PROG. NO. EDIT) key.F3VF4YF71F2F5F6FSF9PROG. NOEDITENDftProc...

  • Page 128

    Procedure4InputProgram No.Press editing key tomeet thepurpose.00 00INSERT|[ ALTER |DELETE’ Caseofmanualregistra¬tion ofprogram.01234.’ Whenaltering acurrentlycalledprogramNo. to.01234.'Case ofdeletingtheprogram.of 01234.,Note)With9999DELETE, all memorized program disappear.4-75

  • Page 129

    (Editing theProgram Name)Procedure1Press the EDIT key.T— 1•MU-5-( H0|J( E0irj[uuiair)( TAPSIProcedure 2Shift theMEMORYLOCK/WRITE keyto"WRITE"-5*-MEMORY0IDCtWRITEC=£>0Procedure3| FI| (PROG. NAME EDIT) key.Pressthe_SKIP“reVFYNO.EDITREADYF3VF4F2F5F8F9DGRAMEDITI COPYENDProcedure4K...

  • Page 130

    (Copying theProgram)Procedure1Press theEDIT key.|-V-3>I noij[ EDITj[umoin|( TAPSjProcedure2Shift theMEMORYLOCK/WRITE to"WRITE".-5s-MEMORY 0IOC!YtlTEC=C>€>Procedure 3| F6| (PROG. NO. EDIT) key to call theprogram No. to be copied.Press the-5s-LfiBEL SKIPREADYF3VF4T?SYF7PROS. HO...

  • Page 131

    Procedure4| F2| (PROGRAM COPY).Key in theprogram No. tobe copied and created, andpress thekey.PresstheINPUT_um SKIP~F6VFV=ROE. NO.EDITREADYF3VF4F2F5F8F9=RG.NAt£EDIT=RDGRAMCOPYENDEOD0DL INPUTNote) ° Thecontents of theprogram|1|| 2||~3~|| 4|registeredas the program No.|T][T][T][T] ’astheyare.Wh...

  • Page 132

    4-5-5Background EditionFeatures andrestricted itemsof background edition1.Editioncan be made regardless of mode, except for theprogramunder presentmachining.During the displayofscreen for background edition, reset keydoes notfunction.2.This used onlywhen returning the programto its beginning.(Ope...

  • Page 133

    For editionof English wordprogram, press| F5| (English display) key.FE|f7InmlI REXTFSVF7PKOC.HO.EDITI|FSF2FBENGLISHDISFLATPROCTLAMTRANsrnft00522HQ1QG««... MOBMiS? •orr «r «u« CairoB»I l* iC3.v SEisr I-rr~rr >Procedure 3Setthe key for writing.MEMORYC>LOCIWRITE€>c=oProcedure4Pres...

  • Page 134

    Procedure 6Program editioncan be done.Forediting method, refer to"4-6-8 ProgramEdition".-5>Procedure 7After the end of edition, press| F8| (program transfer) key.Program is storedinmemory.rrF5r F3F6F3FSF9PROGRAMTRANSFEIENDft4-81

  • Page 135

    4-6Operation GuideWhenyou findno operation method, proceed with the operation bylooking at the operation guide.Procedure1Press| F8| (OPER. GUIDE) key.Operation guidemenu screen is displayed.VF4rTirF2F3F5F6F8F9OPER.GUIDENEXTftN0000tygW*TiCi« QJI eg trgKJ)|I toccvt. «TD«M •<**9 TtST CUTTJK3...

  • Page 136

    4-6-1Preparationfor OperationGuide themachinefrom the power inputupto the operable state.Procedure 1Reset theEMERGENCY STOPbutton.Press theSTANDBYkey.nlpTIINJ [ STANDBYJ1Operation guideN0000icroanim IVTi-n.TiriuilIrtLDU£ ME E**RGDOrSTEP Dunot|mOE>f ZEFQKETWI lOgf!m-KEYo-EE—<£EE~3nn P£T...

  • Page 137

    Procedure 3Press the key forzero-return.; raf• j l RETUnNJ 1wrong=mnNote)For axialmovement, pay attention to theinterference with tailstock.4-84

  • Page 138

    4-6-2Mounting of ToolTool layout and tool-mounting cautionsare displayed, tool forturret face is guided.Procedure1Check ifhereafter-machining program is called out.-Ss-Operation guidenaoao|WPBOO WifJL "|i-CM>T«<L>tn»«rKIP*SSLI •K-raa& kpa«« c=f.aoMBum*eu«9BIpea no*s-cmw ...

  • Page 139

    Nose-R and tool widthcan be changed bytool layout.1.Procedure 1Move thecursor tothe changing position.Procedure 2Set the data-lcey in.Procedure3INPUTkey.PressOffsetToolnose pointNose RNose WidthZXIHLI32304IDOD4-86

  • Page 140

    4-6-3Handling of Q-setterIn applying the toolnose at thesensor (measuring part) forQ-setter, tool-projecting amount(mounting dimension) can beautomatically input into tool file.Tool file is displayed, and mounting dimensional procedure is(When using the Q-setter, operate in thisscreen or theguide...

  • Page 141

    Procedure4Lower Q-setterAt thistime, turret head may be at any position unless it doesnot interfere with Q-setter.-=»»There isno needto returnit tozero point/Withpage key, operation-guidescreen changed.Procedure5Press the feed axis| X| or| Z| key.03Operation guideN0QQOnZL'lUi * •**irwjt*—o....

  • Page 142

    Procedure7Turn the handleto one side, and position the toolnose at thesensor-center part.:HANDLEfji+Procedure 8Apply toolnose at thesensor.Tool dimension-S»-Mountingdimensionis input.XZ13.50076.564Procedure 9Apply thetoolnoseatsensor repeatedly several times.\W-a*•T1i'Procedure10By handle feed...

  • Page 143

    Procedure11Store the toolsetter.->oo •ccOS'//,lc •ecco i0la](Caution)0When storinga Q-setter, the mountingdimensions will changeif you touchasensor.Store itafter setting the modetootherthan feed, X,Z, B(option) or C (option).° Message is putout when the measuredvalue by Q-setter exceedsth...

  • Page 144

    Reference:In the case of threading toolThe tool offset valuefor Z is obtained with the sideof the toolas shownin Fig.1.2 in threading tools.However, dueto the difference in cuttingblade position, theeffective length of thread will be made short by thewidth"T".Therefore, inorderto thread...

  • Page 145

    Howto obtain the mounting dimension of toolnot to be appliedtoQ-setter.Note) Operate after setting the machining reference point.How toobtain the mounting dimension oflongitudinal direction (Z-axis)1.Procedure 1Turret isindexed.Thus, tool isindexed.Procedure2Confirm"0" valueof mounting ...

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    Procedure4i)Applythe tool at work end.ii)At this time, observe toolnose position (Z).iii)Set the value taken cutting depth (A) from toolnose position (Z)to tool layout(mounting position).Setting method isreferto"4-4-3 ToolLayout"Cuttingdepth(.£•)FMachiningpointMounting dimension (Z)=...

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    2.Howtoobtain the mounting dimension of diameter direction (X-axis)Procedure 1ÿ3Sameat longitudinal directionProcedure4i)Turn the workpiece, and observe the value of tool nose position (X).ii)Measure the diameter <J)D of actual cut workpiece.iii)Setthe value taken work diameter <f>D fro...

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    4-6-4SoftJaw CuttingSOFTJAWFor chuckingthe cuttingface, soft jaw is usedfor producing highlyaccurate product without damage the workpiece.Also, by forming thesoft jawon its diameterto matchthe chuckingpart, safer andstable cuttingcan be made,thus the precisionofworkpiece can beSoft- jawforming me...

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    Procedure4Attachthe using toolto Q-setter.Referto Handling of Q-setter (4-6-3)Procedure 5Press the| F6| (Z-ZERO SET) lcey xÿhile attaching the toolto jaw-end.Whenpress F6 (Zzeroset) key, it Co be "0".\maD1SB9ME3S2=6:SSL10.4633. i 0[pFz-»ur-BC anrwjoorae BOB"WEX.|BO |I1-"- 1...

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    Referto the below Figure.Datumlevel<U-|0.2«w|T/ojsTaPeÿ“V approximately to30'0.05(HakeTÿescapeIO.i-0.2**10 <ÿ10 n10 nn-20 mmmoreDatum planeBesure tochamfer.20 mmor-20 mmor1v. lessplane30 •moreatura plane1—5ra1-5ra(c)(d)(b)(a)If the soft jawswith higheraccuracy are required, cut al...

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    CylinderPressure andChuckingForceDiameterof thechuckingarea: <p70 (2.76"): Standard Soft jawsJaws used(Ton)£9-<S8a-£17-T'B-m5-a 4-o 3-4-(&a*M•H1:1 051015202530Cylinder pressure'(kg/cm2)gNote)Althoughthe maximum setpressure slightly differsdependingon eachchuck, it has been adju...

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    4-6-5MachiningReference PointWithprogram operation, in performing program check, trial cuttingor continuous operation, instruct the distancefrommachine-zeropoint to the so-called finishing end.The procedure toobtain the distance from machine-zero point tomachining reference point is guided, andrp...

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    Procedure 5the spindle.1)Press theM.D.Ikey.2)Press theINPUTkey by pressing the data-key.3)Press theSTARTkey.4)Press theJOGkey.5)Press theSPINDLE-FWD STARTkey.PROGRAM "STVI—'om mnn(MOIEDITTAPE]I-1 I-1 I-1INPUTft(SPINDLE\I STARTI“"WDSTARTjB\ JOGSTOP-!Note 1)On spindlerange(M40, 41)Whe...

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    Procedure6Cut the work-stock face up tothe degree totake out theblack skin withinthe cutting margin, and release the tool to+ direction of X-axis.Direction to releasethetool-s»4ÿr HANDLEOmmmmmtr+*1*Jinaaia'T"=3tCuttingdepth* Do notmove Z-axis.Procedure7Press spindle-stop keyfor stopping th...

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    Note 1)Before pressingthe shift key ofreference point,hereafter¬machining program should have been calledout.2)In obtaining the cutting depth of workpiece, if the toolstand should be moved toward the Z-axis plus direction,before its moving,press the| F5| (ZERO PT. SHIFT) key.(Without considering...

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    Procedure 5Bring thesensor ofZ-setter into contact with the end faceof the work,and then input theamount ofcutting depth.(In thiscase, work lengthon thescreen of tool layoutbecomes "0".)Note 1)Even aftershift amount isobtained, if program is called out,Thus, forkeeping this value, edit1...

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    Relation between machining reference pointand set-up informationTherelation between the machining reference point shift-amount (L) bymachining reference point setting and set-up inforamtion (information) ofprogram) within theprogram is as follows:Firstly, the set-upinformation ofprogram preparedb...

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    (2)CasewithZ-setterUpon calling theprogram as in the exampleon previouspage, tool-layoutis preparedbased on TL-inf ormation.Also, W-value is settowork-length ofF3 (TOOL LAYOUT) screen, andL-value isset tothereference point shift amountofF4 (machining reference pointsetting).(No setting is made wh...

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    (2) Caseof bringing Z-setter intocontact with the end face of work0Tool layoutWork .length (W)TurretheadSensorlength0Upon inputting the cuttingallowance (£) with machining-reference point settingscreen, judgement is madeasin bringingZ-setter intocontact with thework-end faface, and work-length o...

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    4-6-6Settingof Tail StockOperating oftail stock and cautionsareas follows:When thecenter isnot used for chuck work etc-,retract the tailstock tothe retract end.Neveruse the fixing center for the tail stock.When thecenter dtill hole is small suchas inmachining small-diameter workpiece, use a rotar...

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    Procedure4Advancethe tail stock (press the CenterAdvance key).Rechuclc the workpiece by mincingly pressing thechuckopening/closingfootswitch twice.-=3»1Ir*RE-chuckingFootswitch4- 108

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    ° The following figureshows relations betweena tail stockpressureand athrust.Max. 450 kgf (990 Lbs)(HT15SII ,HT20SII)<»(kgf)400880 (Lbs)71300660um35- 200£ 440'-TLioo2201 5 Ikof/cmi]213 Ipsi]051071142PressureAAthrustreference value isabout 200 lcgf (440 Lbs) when a materialis equivalent toS4...

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    2.Swing around the dialgauge, adjust thecenter height directionand tighten the bolt.After locking it,recheck the centerheight direction.-a-Center heightdirection adjustment//CDD \ vf §O§ iCD S'//////3.Loosen tail stock clamp bolts and adjust the X direction.Center detachingscrewn—-GPq\/IClamp...

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    5.Viewingthe dialgauge, turn slowlyan X direction adjustingscrew toset to0.: Adjusting4Jscrew(3aEAJwaC•r")k'Sd//o•H-UV °di/%M\Center— ---detachingscrew*i•rlT3X!6.After adjustmentis completed, tighten thetail stock clampbolts, checking with thedial gauge.7.After clamping the bolts, r...

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    One-touch Tailstock for HT«Operation»1)Manual Key-Forward KeyAdvances continuously tothe advance end.When the workpiece is pressed onduringadvance, hydraulic systemwill be turnedon.(Press RETRACTkey to interruptadvancing.)Forward JogKeyAdvances while the key is pressed.The hydraulic system will...

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    Setting Timers for Advance andRetract° Press | F9 [ (Others) and then | F8 | (NC Screen) key.on1 F8|, display| F9[ (Others) by pressing| MENU | key andthen| F3 |(Operation) key.° Press1 F4 | (SET) key.° Key in"6219" andpresscursor | T1 or | A|.° Key in"1" andpress | INPUTk...

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    4-6-7Program CheckWhilestopping the rotationof spindle,move themachine withprogramoperation, and check the movementof tool,tool-interference if any,and program content.0Operation byprogram check is guided.1)If program is changed, edit theprogram.2)Lock thewriting key ofmemory for preventing the r...

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    Lit upLitoffDryRun(Press together withthe Select key.)All feed ratesare set bythe Feedrate switchonthe operation panel.The machine operatesas programmed.Program Check(Press together withthe Select key.)All feed ratesare set bythe Feed switchon theoperation panel, skippingspindle forward/reversero...

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    Procedure4Press theRESETkey.Program-heading is done.-5>-01SBGH000O•BWtVU*nuio uiu -o vs> La MIeaout>« uintuino/n««.•bci i_If.b«9lID-Ml Mlcm ta iaamia ipqB10.70O»Ml on M IBi&•>d Iwan o irtJfL,I a taam.accua| SSSLBJl. ao >\a imcm BI iaai M*'Ll iwan aw airÿc.r.1nauw BM...

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    4-6-8Program EditionIt is possible to display,check and correct the already storedprogram.1.Insert (NCdisplay)Procedure1Press the| F2| (PROGRAM) key.Procedure 2Press theEDITkey.-=>( MPIJ( EDITJ[«UONR)( TAPE)PresstheNEXTkey.NC-display function key is as follows:It isrenewed by pressing the key...

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    Procedure 3Setthe key for writing.MEMORY C>LOCIMITE.90=0Page key at editing timeof NC-program and movement ofcursor keyAt editing timeof NC-program,page key andcursor movement bycursorkey can be operated as follows:Page keyPagekeyCursor keyCursor keyCursor keyCursor keyRESETkeyA1page retracts....

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    (Data Instruction)Procedure 1When there isno displayof alphabet at functionkey,press theNEXTkey.Procedure 2Callout the SequenceNo. of the intending line.After inputting Sequence No. intended to call, press thecursor key| |.F3F5FIF2F4FQF7F 8F9TTJfERS OTHERSNXzGPSMtI0000Program ‘editionosooaHCOOI...

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    Procedure4Press theINSERTkey.NC-program displaywhileprogram editionGOT UGHotto*7tB XU.as F0.2|*7C8M.Sl*7072-12.0t<J=l*7C8 X*8.0!*7TJ9C02X32.0 2-14.0 «2.0i •a*711 C02134.a l-ig.O R2.0| •ITÿT"*712ratxsa.a 2-20.01*713XE2.01-21.01’*714 OT XTO-OfK715 G77 X 200.02200.0-0SQ02H3QQI-U06OIt...

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    Procedure 3Set thecursor to thenew line just one before inserting desired.Program editionCT31UI _*70S ni.as ro.li*708 l-l.J,inrn i-ti.ottrrcs MS.a,*709GOT xs2.oi-ii.d flj.ai •*711 COTX54.01-19.0 *2.0i*711 COT ZSfl.O 1-20.0|*710 XE2.01-11.01*711 GOT X70.0|*713 G37 1200.01203.0*I'Ji'iy •inrri...

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    Change(NC-display)2.Make change after execution of the following operation.Procedure 1Press the1 F2 | (PROGRAM) key.Procedure 2Press theEDITkey.Procedure 3Set the key for writing.(Change of Data)Procedure1When there is display of alphabet at function key,press theNEXTkey.iiProcedure 2Call Sequenc...

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    Procedure3Move thecursor tothe data desired tochange.Program editionosooaHoaot««UMercsun*705 iM.asFO.2I*7082-1.2V*7U72-12.01*708na.ai<£=*709cm xsz.o 2-u.o A2.0i •unian xs*.a2-19.0 ra.Of •*712 coi iso.02-20.01*713 XE2.02-n.Oi‘*71« 033 X70.0I*713 C77 X2UO.O2203.0*OOJS>1*•< .t»...

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    3.Deletion (NC-display)Make deletionafter executionof the following operation.Procedure 1Press the[ F2| (PROGRAM) key.Procedure 2Press theEDITkey.Procedure3Set thekeyfor writing.(Deletion of Data)Procedure1When there is nodisplayof alphabet at function key,press theNEXTkey.Procedure 2Call Sequenc...

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    Procedure 3Move thecursor tothe data desired to delete.Program editioneresimn„trmxn.as ra.aiffrcai-t.si*7U7M2.01*7C8XlS.ai*709C32 XS2.0i-lfi.O R2.0I •*mcm xs*.o2-if.o *2.0i •*ni coixss.a 2-20.01*713 152.02-21.01*rrm caa X70.0i<]=>W1S C77 X200.01203.0f'lTTT““ i'jYIIin[iiPI-- «SL-...

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    (One Line Deletion)Procedure1When thereis no displayof alphabet at functionkey, press theNEXTkey.Procedure 2Call Sequence No. of desired line to delete.After the input ofSequence No. desired to call, press thecursor key| V|,F4F5FdF7F3F 8F9F2n)T|IERSOTHER?XzFSMNaii1}0E0BProgram editionroiin"T...

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    Procedure4Press theDELETEkey.Program editionEEMIlTOs i«i.as FO.1ITO31-1.S»TO7 MI.QITO9 003132.0 t-U.O «2.0|rrm an isa.o i-is.a «2.0imjcot iss.Q :-ra.ai»ri3 «2.0l-M.DiMU•an ITTJ.OIwns C37ran.a £2oo.o-OSIlfHOflll•1UM4111S»0r,SS’*W.w>/inn «r*•O-l••" p*«J US>a KA»JTr...

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    Procedure 31)Pressthe[ F6| (PROG. NO. EDIT.) key.2)SetProgram No.key to delete.Registeredprogram Nos. are displayed on the right side of thescreen,(except Englishdisplay)Note)0When 25or moreprograms are displayed, display themwith thePage key.0All programs in the NCmemory can be deletedbypressing...

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    ° Other program editionBy settingDELETEkey in4-item of previouspage toINSERTkeyorALTERkey, it ispossible makeprogram insertionor Program No.edition.When makingprogram by manual,1.Press editing key of MODE, press| F2| (PROGRAM) key and displaytheprogram (edition) screen.2.Press| F6| (PROG. NO. ED...

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    °Area EditingA certain area of data can be stored to delete or insert them intosomewhere else.1.How to Display the Function Keys (NCDisplay)Procedure1Press the| F2| (PROGRAM) key.F3VF4F9FBF7F6F5F2FIOTHERSPROGRAM*/Procedure 2Press theEDITkey.Program editiontrm iM.asro.2iT7CQ2-1.*Jff7U7 2*U.0|rrrr...

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    Procedure4| F8| (OTHERS+) key todisplay thefunction keys ofthisrow.Press the-=>F3VF4AREAAREADELETEINSERTYÿ7FIF2F5FSFBF9AREASTARTAREAOTHERSOTHERSEND4--fProcedure 5Shift the MEMORYLOCK/ WRITE key to"WRITE".MEMORYOLOCIYUIIEooE>2.AreaStorageUse this function when storinga certain are...

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    Procedure 3Move thecursor to the last word you want tostore.Thepage is scrolled by thePAGE keys. (The characters in the veryportionare turned yellow.)Program edition05002H««ttEESUnfnns in.3S ro.2ira M.irWOTE-IZ.OI.Y7C8IH.O:*709G32 IS2.0i-lt.O H2.0l ‘mtan is».ot-u.a ra.oi •m2 031 ISS.O t-m....

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    3.AreaDeletionUse this function whendeletinga certainarea of data.Procedure 1Specify the area to bedeleted by talcing Procedure 1 through 3on aprevious page.Note)If the| F2| (AREA END) key in previousProcedure4is pressedafter Procedures1 through3 on the previouspage, the area cannotbe deleted.Pro...

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    Procedure 2Move thecursor tothe word immediately before where you want ’toinsert.Thepage isscrolled by thePAGEkeys.Program editionNTO3in.as ro-JiTO7MX.atTOS xis.otTO3m 152.0i-it.d «.ai0S0C3Hf ftI£•f •«’f»r#*-ÿ1TOTan xsi.aMS.O /a.a? *rmi 031153.0t-JO.OiK715 162.01-21.fl!tmi 033 XTn.Gl...

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    Program Edition English Program Display1.Data insertion (English display)Procedure1Press the| F2[ (PROGRAM) key.Procedure 2Press theEDITkey.eiEsun1X7031*1.33 FQ.JlT7C3I— t .Siintn I-I7.0IIT7C81*9.Olrmaa x«.o M*.Ofrrtionxs».n r-is.o m.oi •ZTZ?urn at i3i.a i-ia.oi~“mu xtJ.o t-n.oiixTnon i7n...

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    Function Key for English DisplayProcedure1Whenthere isno display of English word on function key,press theNEXTkey.Procedure 2Program key isdevided into4 groups.Group-displaycan be automatically selected by cursor-position ofprogram.Forthe shift in thesame group, press the key ofOTHERS.No.-5*-7TT5...

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    Page key at timefor edition Englishprogram andmovementofcursor key.Atediting timeof Englishprogram, movementofcursor bycursor keyandpage key isas follows.Page keyAReturns to the top ofprogram(no reset is made).One page advances.One line retracts.(only in thesame page)Oneline advances.One word ret...

  • Page 191

    (Data Insertion)Procedure1When function key does notdisplay English word, press theNEXTkey.Procedure 2Movethecursor to the position ofNo.CallSequence No. desired to insert.-25-Procedure3Press the| FI| (SEQUENCE NO.) key.Set No. key andpress thecursor key| A|.Program edition01906HQQQQHe>.rs’T...

  • Page 192

    Procedure 5Press theINSERTkey.Program editionnit01 908Ma«S«M•0tÿsttcoO:ncr;K M«li•>ÿa»« >tcamv er'>• •cn t?rtodo <ur ,V [ÿr--r-rr r r~i,r~r i(One Line Insertion)Procedure 1When there isno display of English wordon function key,press theNEXTkey.SProcedure2Movethecursor ...

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    There isone vacant line.Program edition___aia«i_'i, »-|—|-I fIIIiIiProcedure3In the following, perform data-inserting Procedures 2 to5.2.Data change(English display)Make changing after executionof the following operations.Procedure 1Press the1 F2| (PROGRAM) key.Procedure 2Press the| EDIT| key...

  • Page 194

    (Change of Data)Procedure 1When there isno display of English wordon function key,press theNEXTkey.Procedure 2Move thecursor to the position ofNo.Press the] FI[ (SEQUENCE NO.) key.Call SequenceNo. desired to change.Presscursor after setting No. ON.Program edition*«**«* »80000*•<ornan.mSB ...

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    Procedure4Press the| ALTER| key.Programedition. till--1ÿ--JMSi.HaaaajmmjjactatijvjaaEgBCT I"r I"r \)3.Delete(English display)Procedure1Press the| F2| (PROGRAM)key.Procedure2Press the | EDIT | key.Procedure 3Press the | F5 | (ENGLISH DISPLAY) key.Procedure4Set the key forwriting.4- 142

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    Procedure1When there is no display ofEnglish word onfunction key,press theNEXTkey.Procedure2Move thecursor to theposition ofNo.Press the| FI | (SEQUENCE NO.) key.Presscursor after setting No. ON.Call Sequence No. desired todelete.Program edition»*'Dn»o01986M *>«•H0G00CJam ct aime»cn qre ...

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    Procedure 4Press theDELETEkey.Program edition-=ÿM«1K«..-SiliL8— HflQflQloiwrALrnni<=morslr~rM~rTTTr ru(One Line Deletion)Procedure 1When thereisno display of English wordon function key,press thekey.NEXTProcedure 2Move thecursor tothe position desired to delete.Press thekey.E.O.B.Call Seq...

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    Procedure 3Press the ] DELETE | key.Program edition<011BUM);..SHSLf J *ÿ— *jicunjUoii1pnert«*•». tS55 3 novn.BPV»u=d~r«rr r‘r r r vProcedure 4One-line data isdeleted.4- 145

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    (Caution)English datacan be shown by red-letter at time of rapidtraverseany bywhite display at time of cutting feed.(Character color is continuedon its same color displayuntil shifting timeof commandfor rapid traverse cuttingfeed. )1.2.During operation, axial moving direction isshown witharrow ma...

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    4-6-9Trial CuttingAsa result ofprogram check, if there isno disturbance, makecutting with one-line execution for the first work.Procedure1Setthe keyon operation panel.Procedure 2Confirm the checkpressure.-5*-Operation guide01918MOOOOSKSQQi.-rJ«=1I p-BB»l iÿ-r-r—frProcedure 3Match chuck insid...

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    Procedure 5Press the| F2 | (PROGRAM) key.Press the|MEMORY~ key.Hooao\*019QSIfi-fluu*nua /aui<UI -OWJB.' 0.» 0.'.Milo i\M*ut -=»nop "ss 3—H4.ILO»lex Oca cac=sa >.« HUll•S3a H IHBU°M> [o3>°S>L1-C*'*=JZMOI11 EDITJ I UEJIQnTj I TAPEa iearss«s»cr.tuo e»eca rtes>aca ...

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    Procedure 9WithprogramM01, operation stops.Measure thework, and adjustthe dimensions.For re-start, press theSTARTkey.01906naaae; tt;:PROGRAMl—roC/rtn« owinafca|H| |iH|bH H H.aAe1|1 | j 1 |nut»w MUB 04 P<SLDea•1G3S133*noa cntiafLCT \aIW *wratrruaoru. «=»cr »«3 *=Zi—»orntÿ..»>f...

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    '1)Machining from optional toolsExample:Casewishing tomake re-machining of the 7th toolr<•BltA«T01908N0000nut /aTUT» /ÿ3Tts/T3 iua.0un Iw« tausa iiTLWTua «: HJJJ'•aTLCI•*< I-/« iiuu'•“••ÿXa«*«*.*•8i UEi w“:L«QMi_mm ram.* iK3I/ Cwas noa n«a imen *r» mica ia.o ra...

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    Procedure 6Press theRESETkey.Procedure7Close the door.Procedure 8Move the turret head index-point.Procedure 9Press theRESETkey.Procedure 10Press the| FI| (N) key.Set the key for Sequence No. at the top ofreprocess machining.Press thecursor key| |.70J300MOMS'-as~aaarmctaiaaac:im nntsi« cat snjrra...

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    Procedure 11Press theSTARTkey.Procedure 12Up to the starting position for machining, make movement by SINGLE BLOCKexecution.If there isno mistake, cutsingle block andpress theSTARTkey forcontinuous operation.4- 152

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    4-6-10Continuous OperationWith the favorable cutting state andtrial dimensions of trialcutting, continuousoperation is made.Procedure 1Press theMEMORYkey.Procedure2Press the[ F2 | (PROGRAM) key.Operation guide-=>01300N803Q0130GH000Or%MUI<«Mo*SVJ MlLEI f««Tics«iftwaaio OJCTTIO*9rrr» rot...

  • Page 207

    Procedure 5Checkthe swing ofwork by spindle-inching key.Operation guide-=3-01906H00S0A•anrt=»crvIBP1N0IE=Zffli\I”REV IJ STARTI“PWD _STARTJOGESC5!SEESTOP*jr a*i— 2&3S«r».L WT fT=TBIT---lfxCXwow&i; itSu itSUjutÿ.»Lrwiÿs» iLTr >»•*-» .«» i|[»*...*> i»P1»*«nT*«...

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    Dimension-adjusting MethodForcorrect machining dimension, whenadjusting the dimensions, performthe followingoperation.Procedure 1Setthe machine to its stoppedstate of process-ending state.Procedure 2Press the| F3 | (TOOL LAYOUT) key.Procedure 3Screen is changedfor its tool layout.Casetomake T05 t...

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    Continuous machiningfor 1, 2-processSometimes, make theworkpiecereverse turn by jaw andthesame set-up,and continuous machining is made for1, 2-process.one examplefor program-preparingmethod in continuous machining for1, 2-process.Thefollowing is(Example 1)Prepare theprogram for 1-process, andrega...

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    ° Before adjustingthe setup information***** Main program***************Sub-program0111100001(TL01/03 TL02/33TL04/15 TL07/09 TL08/25TL09/46 W80.0L0)M98 P0001M02M98P0002M30;M3000002(TL01/03TL04/15 TL05/52 TL07/09 TL08/25W75.0 LO)%M30;° After adjusting thesetupinfomration01111(TL01/03 TL02/33 TL0...

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    Forsub-program, use the following commandofG54 W_ for shifting themachining reference pointor work-length.Thefollowing isan examplein taking the reference of work-finishing endface for1-process.***** NoZ-setter*****Machining reference point (L)Reference point for1-process.TIII/I00001G54W000002IIG...

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    *• In continuous machining of1- and 2-process G54Wcommand is madefor each process, therefore, deleteW_ (work-length) in (*Even in calling the sub-program during operation,tool-layout is not prepared.).(Example 2)Asshown in Example 1, it is possibletoprepare theprogram for2-process as sub-progra...

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    4-7Others4-7-1Listof GFunctions(Preparatory Functions)StandardG codeGroupFunctionClass.Positioning(Rapid traverse)GOOBG01Linear, interpolation(option)B, 001GO 2Circular interpolation (Radius R indication) CWBGO3Circular interpolation (Radius R indication) CCWBGO4DwellBGO6AError detect OFF positio...

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    iStandardGcodeGroupFunctionClass.!G70Finishing cycleB.Outside roughing cycleG71BG72Stock roughing cycleBComplex shapeFixed cycleG73Close-loop cutting cycleABG74Stock cutting cycleBG75Outer diameter cycleBG76Auto-threading cycleBG90Cutting cycle ABG92Threading cycle01BG94Cutting cycle BBG96Constan...

  • Page 215

    G codeof * group iscalled non-modal G-code, and it disappear whenit isexecutedonce.Thus, it iseffective with commandedblock alone.symbol (mark)thereset key.G-code with symshows its state afterpower inputor by pressingG01G97G99Notes:(1)G-codeof07, 08 group isdisplayed at input time ofpower supply ...

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    4-7-2Listof M Functions (Miscellaneous Functions)M codeFunction (*: option)MOOProgram stopOptional stopEnd of programSpindle forwardstartSpindlereverse startSpindle stopCoolantONCoolant OFF* Work countA Spindle positioningreset* Spindle positioningError detect ONErrordetect OFFChamfering ONChamfe...

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    Function (*: option)M codeM61Auto door open* Autodoor close*M62M63* Unloader OUTM64* Unloader IN* Chuckclamp pressure low* Chuck clamp pressure highChuckcloseChuck open* Robot service1* Robot service2* Main unit standby* Robot standby* Programinterrupt function OFF* Program interrupt function ON1...

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    SpindleOutputChartForHT15SII, an outputconstant range, whichassures machine's ratedoutput(7.5 kW) isas shown in the figure below:Low-speedM40 range:600 r.p.m2,667 r.p.mHigh-speedM41 range: 2,000 r.p.m6,000 r.p.m„M41 constant[Output-.(kW)M40 constantoutput range _output range7.5775&.<S77&...

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    Spindle OutputChartFor HT20SII, an output constantrange, whichassures machine's ratedoutput(11lcW)is as shown inthe figure below:Low-speedM40 range:500 r.p.m2,222 r.p.m- High-speedM41 range: 1,667 r.p.m5,000 r.p.m-:Output•(kW)IIIM41 constantM40 constantoutput rangeoutput range1 11 0&&5&...

  • Page 220

    4-7-3List for English WordProgram1.Listfor state displayStatedisplayExplanationState displayExplanationVEndRapidtraverseVariableleadthreading/'point/Start pointLIEndpointCuttingfeedMax.rpmMax.otationclampStart pointEndpointStartpoint)CircularOuterdiametercuttingcycleEndVpointStart pointEnd"&...

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    Statedisp layStatedisplayExplanationExplanationMake cutting £eed underthe spindle stop.J|| V*L-rZero-pointreturnZ-axis—0Feed perminuteMachine zeropointStartpointFeed perrevolution .FMachinezero pointZeropointreturnMax.O.Olmm/rev/BothFeed perrevolution FMin.O.OOOlmm/revStartpointaxesGroove-widt...

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    2.Listfor auxiliary functions"F3VF4SPINDLE 200LANTSTOP0N~FSVFTSPINDLE SPINDLEL. SPEED H. SPEEDF2F5FBF9SPINDLEFORWARDSPINDLEREVERSESOOLANTOTHERSOFFVF4ENDId. THREAD J/OTHRD OPERAT.SUB.PROGÿUB. PROGCHAMFER CHAMFEROVER"FSVFT-1ACHING.STOPEND1ACHING.F5F2F3FBFBCALLOTHERS~F6YF7'lO-BLANK =lUT. ...

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    4-7-4DisplayandSetting of Setting Data(Display of Setting Data)Procedure1Press the| F8| (NC SCREEN) key.Screenshows"alarm".ALflRM280:MACHINE UNREADYMESSAGE-------PHYVRLn DGH ppn 5ttcnn PQODQS nr*;Procedure 2Press the| F4[ (SET) key.Screen showsSETTING.Bypage key,screen is renewed.Bycurs...

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    (Setting of Setting Data)Procedure1Press the keyfor setting No., and press cursor key.Cursormoves to SettingNo.It meansD7SETTIHSTCSdlaio1 09 L'•1 1a 154DBCJO;css'.ÿoacDSGB56 & 01 'J09 10CtiS4010 10 90 001?Decimal numberdisplay00nnvS5ifVSnl .1non Po. geTrfwon. pngProcedure 2Cursor moves toN...

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    Procedure 4Press theINSERTkey.Cursor moves to Setting No.Procedure 5Press theMENUkey.Screen shows the initial screen.BLKTrrc*1J[HIHQF*cu***.*~4<'pÿgrUtl;Ihtr11i f=-r i~rr r 1~r E-I )4- 172

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    4-7-5Display andSetting ofParameter(Display of Parameter)Procedure 1the| F8| (NCSCREEN) key.Screen shows"alarm".Press-=>fU-flPM280:MACHINE UNREADYKE5SAGCi/Procedure2Press the| F3| (PRM) key.ScreenshowsPARAMETER.Bypage key,screen is renewed.Bycursor key, SettingParameter No. can be re...

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    (Setting of Parameter)Procedure 1Press the keyfor settingNo., and press cursorkey.Cursormoves to Setting No.PARAMETER79-511210063599590 0 0 -j3•ccci 159 001ID*2-.«*HC205300900tfCC0305 5 ! O901a6C9J015109050609531900915DiOOS00110105160071600085009517ZGss5231-J u 0 1 9 'j0 0 l o 09 wi1I ! 09 0 9...

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    4-7-6Outputof VariousData(Setting Data,Parameter, Offset)1.Setting data, parameterProcedure1Connect the external-instruments suchas tape-puncher,etc. to NC-unitthroughdata-input/output interface (set off puncher-power).Procedure 2Prepare for the operationof outside-instruments.Procedure 3Press th...

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    Procedure 6Press the| RESET| key.Procedure7Press the[ FI | (OUT) key.2.Offset dataProcedure1Connect the external-instruments suchas tape-puncher, etc. to NC-unitthrough data-input/output interface (set off puncherpower).Procedure2Prepare for the operationof outside-instruments.Procedure 3Press th...

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    Procedure 5Press the[ F8| (OFS) key.Screenshows OFFSET.cuumoooiBHtaeesofli twotiHaUHRGAOTKiooAan- .__L3K_norfttn PCH part'SETcon pns pas PEG I«BQIProcedure 6Press theRESETkey.Procedure7Press the| FI| (OUT) key.OGBI0 HOOBOOGFSIT<TDCX.-U*A«>XcHTft30.23300.073.009 3• 009.0797.7773.099 3149...

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    4-7-7Explanation for Various DataonInput/Output InstrumentsType and Functionof InterfaceInterface nameRS-232C interaceType ofinterfaceSerial voltage interface:#6026#6028Data transmission speedInputOutput:(note)ConnectingconnectorDB-25S15 m (50 feet)Maximumcable lengthRS-232C instrumenthavingI/FOb...

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    Setting of Using Data InterfaceInput instrument->ÿNCIDVCE1(#6003 DI)IDVCE 0(#6003 DO)Using data input interface01No. 1RS-232C10No.2RS-232COutput NCInstrumentODVCE0(#6003 D4)ODVCE1(#6003 D5)Interface name01No. 1RS-232C0No.2RS-232C1Band andOther Setting of SerialInterface:In theuse of serial in...

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    RS-232C InterfaceSetting bandratea.1.In case of No. 1 RS-232C interface#6026 D3#6026 D2#6025 D1#6026 DOFor input#6028 D3#6028 D2#6028 D1#6028 DOFor output5000001000001nooolo0)15000112000100>a)3000101id6000110"ctow120001112400100048001001960010012.In case of No.2 RS-232C interface#6027 D3#...

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    b.Setting of control code sending out indicationIn case ofNo.1RS-232C interface1.#6026 D5#6028 D5For input:For output:= 1: No sending-outof control code.= 0: Sending-output of control code.In case of No.2 RS-232C interface2.#6027 D5= 1 : No sending-out of control code.#6029 D5= 0: Sending-output ...

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    4-7-8Summary Storage and Editing OperationEditlockSystemNo.ProcedureModeFunctionOperationSWStoragefrom NC-operation panel keyParameter No.—|CURSOR-}-Data- |~~HR~|1UQ)| RESET1-| IN |UStoragefrom tape(Note 6)_1E| PRM |cou| RESET |-| OUT |Punch-out (Note 3)IT3EDITru| RESET |- | VER |Collationwith ...

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    EdiclockSystemNo.ModeOperationFunctionProcedureSWIndicatedpart program| RESET|—|0|— ProgramNo.—| OUT |Punch-outTotal partprogram| RESET1- [IT]--9999HOUT|EDIT0-No.at| RESET |-| VER |Colla¬tionwithtapeOnepartpro¬gramtapeNo 0-No.| RESET1—|0|— ProgramNo.—| PROG |attape(NoteO| VER |Total...

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    5.MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT5-1Periodic Check ListNote:Before andafter operating the machine, besure to check andAlso, check the machine periodicallyclean the machine.accordingtothe following items.Wheretocheckand cleanChecking and cleaningmethodFrequencyPower control cabinetCoolingfanrotationChe...

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    Where tocheckand cleanChecking and cleaningmethodFrequencyLubricating/hydraulicoil reservoirsLubricating oilreservoirSupply oil (2£/0.5 gal) when theLUBE ALARM (No. 503)Check before starting dailyoperation.(Replace semiannually.)5.5A/1.5 galCheck before startingdailyoperation.Check each piping j...

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    Where tocheckand cleanChecking andcleaningmethodFrequencyCoolant collectingportRemove cutting chips from the coocoolant collecting port located atthe back ofthe chuck cylinder.Fill fully withgrease beforestarting daily operation.Remove cutting chips aftercompleting daily operation.DailyChuckDaily...

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    5-2AdjustingMethodfor X, Z-axis BacklashProcedure 1Cancel of the compensation amount input previously.Cancel the compensation input previously before measuring thebacklash.Input"1" to the setting parameter//6219.Select the function key| PRM| in NC-screen.OnDATA key, input X-axis[J][I][8...

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    Procedure 2Measuring thebacklash amount:1)Put the dial indicator into contact with theturrethead from thetail stock side.2)Measure a backlash amount withan X-axisor Z-axis handle in theorderof(a) through (c)(a)9V©Dial indicator{0‘. D02 mmpergraduation)is-.1eeTurn the handle counter¬clockwise ...

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    (c)0JboIX-axis back¬lash amountMZ-axis back¬lash amoun•7VDCTurnthe handle clockwiseuntil a pointer points toAtthis time,thedifferenceof the indicatorrepresents thebacklashamount.0.Note)Under thestate in cancelling the compensation,when backlash-amount is excessive, pay attentionto thefact tha...

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    Procedure 3How to set thebacklash amount1)Followingthe Procedure1, display X-axis[T][T][¥][T] of Z-axis|6||2||s||3| on thescreen bythe parameter.2)Make sure that thecursor is located at theparameterNo. tobecorrected.Input thecompensation value by theDATA keys andpresstheINPUTbutton.Thereby,compe...

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    5-3Confirmationof Lubrication OilDelivery1.Supply lubricating oils in according withthe instructions givenon thename plate.2.Lubricating pump typeSMA-610 oil quantity:2H (0.44 gal)Pump delivery quantity:5 cc/cy (5scales) (0.001 gal/cy)Lubricating ports:Interval :19 positions,max. 3 kg/cm2 (6.6lb/...

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    FunctioningAsthemotorrotates, thegear engaged with the driveworm is rotated.Then, thecam transmittedto the coaxialcam pushes up thearm at aspeeddeceleratedto a specified cycle time.Simultaneously when thearm is pushed up, theplunger is pulledup to compress the spring.Whenthe plunger is pulled up,...

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    5-4Hydraulic SystemlNl12 )( 34) ( 5IsT\\\\3l.\m\if..—>,---ÿ\1.1\\!—K1__\Hydraulic Tank Unit78l//r-4rÿr—i.MIII I1I!i$—miii iiiiii1 1t-*§H1SB: !RI5\«ÿ\-®@gE-Manifold Block forChuck/Tail Stock5-10

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    HydraulicQ'tyNo.Part namePart No.Maker1Oilinlet port1KRM-A4KYOWA2Oil tank5.5a1FUJIKOSHI3Strainer1MSN-03150 meshesMASUDA4Levelgauge1KDS-20 .TOYO5Unipump1USV-0A-A2-a4-4-10FUJIKOSHI6SPA-PTl/4*(J)60*70k(34 to35 kg/cra2, greencolored)Pressure gauge1TOYO70PG-DF-T-PT1/ 4-60*70k(HT15SII)(23kg/cmÿ ormore...

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    Pressure AdjustmentThe followingare the pressure adjustingmethods of various sectionsof themachine.Sincethe pressure oftheturret head has beenadjustedupon shipment, it is generallynot required to be adjusted.1.Adjusting the hydraulic chuck pressurea.The method is described in paragraph 5-5 "...

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    00EGIXilH<>r11ri1®©:'"G>-!i:_IL1i•y—-yI*HhIl("VIzJixt.Int.:lampclampPressRelease_CTTbrQ_0TTail StockChuck4IIi0L_I© ®__®I©Vl©I©0 , ©IHydraulic Circuit Diagram5-13

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    5-5Hydraulic ChuckThischuck ishydraulically opened andclosed.employed,a workpiece setup time can be reduced, manpower can bealso saved and the workpiece can be powerfully and equally gripped.Thischuck isopened andclosed bymeans of the footswitch.Therefore, the operatorcan use both hands when sett...

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    Operation1.Selecta chuck gripping direction by usingthe WORK GRIPINT/EXTselector switch located onthe main operation panel.2.If thefoot switch located' in the front of the bed is pressedonce, the jawsofthe chuck will grip theworkpiece, and if itis pressed again, they will ungrip the workpiece.Adj...

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    Notes:1.Due toan interlocking mechanism, the chuck cannot beopenedor closed while the spindle is rotating.2.While the spindle is stopped, if thefoot switch ispressed, thechuck will immediately ungrips theTherefore, be careful notto press theswitch except whenthe workpiece is mountedordismounted, ...

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    HydraulicChuck and CylinderHollow Chuckmade by MATSUMOTO MACHINERYHT20SII(BIG CHUCK)----- HT20SIIHT15SIIHydraulicchuckZA5-6-42ZA6-8-52HA8-10-66ZV125/42-15HydrauliccylinderZV150/52-29170/ 69-25HVWith cylinder mounting adapterMeasuringinstrumentHT15SII - :4-M1 0HT20SII-- :4-M10HT20SII(BIG CHUCK):6-...

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    XEEDraw tubeTF~K1LyJBT jiM*n11S£'1•HT15Sir: 6-M10HT15SHBB: 6-M12HT20SH: 6-M12HT20SHBB: 6-M16/T3a i!®Mounting the Hydraulic Chuck1.Turn onthe power andmove a draw bar forward bymeans ofthehydraulic chuck foot switch.(The hydraulicpressure should besetat5 kg/cm2/70 PSIorless. )2.Turna draw bolt...

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    Z-axis stroke limit switchZ-axis alarm detectionUiLS~HA| Zero return deceleration\1LS-IQA1 -0TIproximity switchX-axis stroke limit switchLS-IB]©OTLS-13BX-axis alarmdetection proximit,/switch LS-5B/osi-hH-(Zero return] decelerationLS -IAI GOTIks-ionj +OTLS—2Arin H-H*30) OPO'rr O3 H>H- (UO OP...

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    5-7Diagnostic FunctionN/C related function diagnosis (For detail, refertoN/C InstructionManual. )1.Selectfunction/lcey| DGN| in NC-screen.2.Simultaneous display is madefor#1000#1019 of diagnosis No.onCRT.3.In display ofthe nextdiagnosis(up to"1010#1019 in case) presspageFor display of specif...

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    Listof CNC Input Signals17654320LSPINLSLSLSPIN01000CUKOPOUTINCUKCPSpindleSpindlePositioning PositioningUnclampPin OUTLSPin IN LSLSChuckChuckClampLSLSLSLSLS01001LS DOPPSAIRPSHYDFSLUBDORCLSDORCLSDORCLSDORCLSHydraulicLubricantPressurePressure,Short PSShort FSDoor CloseSafetyLS(N.C.)Door CloseSafetyL...

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    65473210LS SHTSLSHT#1009TPALMCLSOPNShutterCloseShutterOpenTurretInverterAlarmLSLSCUK CLCUK UCRBT DORBRT DORRBT#1010CEN RETRBT RDYRBT ARMMPLPAUTOCLOPChuckClampCommand(RBT)ChuckUnclampCommand(RBT)Robot DoorRobot DoorCloseCommandRobotReadyCommandCenterRetractCommand(RBT)RobotAlarmRobotFull AutoModeO...

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    7651A320f?1035PBMDIPBRTPB JOGPB +ZPB-ZPB +XPB-XPB +WRapid PB+Z AxisFeed PBMDI PB-Z-AXIBFEED PBJogPB+X AxisFeed PB-X AxisFeed PB+W AxisFeedPB01036PB M01PB MLKPB TPCKPB SBKPB DRNPB AUTPB TPPB EDITOptionalStop PBMachineLockPBSingleBlock PBTapeCheck PBDryRunTape ModeAuto ModeEdit modePBPBPBPB!.01037P...

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    76543210MG JCSL SPSL DRSL DESL TSSL TS#1101CTRPL YELAIRCLSONPSBOPNPSASpindleCoolant MGAir BlowTail StockTail StockWork PuBher Work PusherB SOLJetDoorClose SOLDoor OpenSOLPilotlight(Yellow)CounterSOLA SOLSL PINSL PINSL UNLSLUNL(71102OUTINRETFORSpindlePositioningPositioningPin OUT SOLPin IN SOLSpin...

  • Page 262

    754l6320LP DORLP STDLP CENLP CENLP CENi/1132LP ZPLP ALMLP SPLOPNBYRETINFORAlarmDoor OpenReadyIndicationIndicationZeroReturnIndicationProgramIndicationStopCenterRetractIndicationInchingInchingIndicationIndicationCenterForwardCenterForwardIndicationLP COLLP SPLP SPLP DOR1/1133ONREVFORCLSSpareCoolan...

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    5-8Maintenance GuideProcedure 1Make displayfor selection-screen.Thisscreen isshown by theMENUkey.Screen selection-=>Iimxsmi,ifu~r i~rr rProcedure 2Press the|~F9 | (MAINTENANCE) key.Screenshows maintenance-guide menu.It is possible to make direct displayof thisscreen by theMAINTE¬NANCEkey.aiaa...

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    5-8-1X-axis, Z-axisClutch Engaging1.X-axis clutch engagingProcedure1Unclamping sideofclutch isshown.Press the| FI| (CLUTCH-X ENGAGE) key.Make operation by indication ofscreen.->01SDEN0B00««n| > eaJT1HHJ019B7H0207.rc*o.rtxvni>n namcrioiMUST nr TUM CTT MUMmmart* rr-oo=aitoI 00/104IS L1CW...

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    2.Z-axisclutch engagingProcedure1Undampedclutch isshown.Press the[ F2[ (CLUTCH-Z ENGAGE) key.Make operation by theindication inscreen.Thereare 5 pieces ofpages.-=*•013BGN00B8mnuMesriISfel" i“I" 1“FT THJN0207• *t«J.«TUXIiO ll»3T»uniO« HimKTDT rr-t'CVCMO C_LHCKOfTU*t XJT minP...

  • Page 266

    X FeedBox©~Cover©Cover (3Cove\Z Feed Box(Oil'S O': 'UsIhi:Izm+n:.Illfete\HPfe \itddljo8Q)r<!,Io§5ÿa:§IQ'l3simfeAfeV fefe\)1’ll igPLSS\MSA\11?Vi© IG<* s.iX Axis Feed Box PositionZ Axis Feed-BoxPosition’tJ&Lr~Ki—+i(?) FlangePB:FaL©(Gap)9*~0|Idb.1.311UJX Axis FeedBox Detail5-29

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    rI<DII‘rrLUR»i3- fÿi (ÿPrr-iEGZPj0(Gap)Z Axis FeedBox Detail(5) Flange5-30

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    Mounting Adjustment of Proximity SwitchChecking ofdisengagement of clutch is made bya proximity switch.Usually, it isnotnecessary to make adjustment of mountingof the switch,so adjust only whena troubleoccurs.Adjustment of Detecting Distanceim(Red) : Usually ONOFF at disengagementof clutchLED/CDr...

  • Page 269

    5-8-2Confirmation Adjustment ofZero Point1.Confirmation and adjustmentof X-axiszero pointProcedure1Press the| FI| (X-ZERO MEASURE) key.Make operation bythe indication inscreen.Thereare 3 pieces ofpages.OtSBGH00OO>ssa r».rpG-ssa«. icaflnoenpfP..JHSProcedure 2Fix the last wordat check, and swi...

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    Procedure4| F5| (SYSTEM SWITCH) key.Press theProcedure5Press the| FI | (X-ZERO PT. SHIFT) key.-=»ÿ Process result is shown..Procedure 6Press the| F9| (END) key.2.Confirmation and adjustment of Z-axiszero pointProcedure 1Press the[ F2[ (Z-ZERO MEASURE) key.Make operation by the indication inscre...

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    Procedure4Press the[ FI[ (Z-ZERO PT. SHIFT) key.Procedure 5the[ F9| (END) key.Press5-34

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    Zero-point adjustmentofX,Z-axes* When the deviationof the referencepointpositionistoo big to adjust forcorrectingon thescreen of maintenanceguide (correction of reference pointposition), make adjustment by readingthe followingprocedures 1 to 5 and"control of reference-point dog".| Proce...

  • Page 273

    | Procedure2Set the running distance of zero-pointreturn input previously tothe initial value.Before zero-pointadjustment, initialize the runningdistance inputpreviously.1)Input"1" to the setting parameter#6219.2)Select the function key"PRM" in NC-screen.3)By data-key, input X...

  • Page 274

    | Procedure 3|Measuring the X-axisZero Point Position1)Mount andfix a test indicator (graduation increment: 1/1Q0 mm)set to theholderto thechuck.2)Move byHANDLE FEED theN.o. 2 ID tool holder closeto theindicator andmake the reading in the X-axisdirection "0".Diameter valve HT15SII(KV TO...

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    Procedure4Measuring theZ-axisZero PointPosition1)Move the ODfinishing tool (No. 7turret face) close to thechuck.Bring by HANDLEFEED a tool nose to slightcontact withthe end of thesoft jaw.When this is done,use thin paper toprotectthe toolnose.Standard soft jaw\TitoITail stockiPapertod1/4")32...

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    | Procedure 5|Input of Running Distanceof Zero-point ReturnBythe Procedure 2, display X-axis[IF][T][o][4] or Z-axis[If][T][0][jf] on thescreen by parameter.Input the runningdistance by data-key, andpress| INPUT| key.At this time, when counter-value is higher thanzero-pointdimension, it isnecessar...

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    (Reference)Zero PointDog Adjustment(1)Zero pointlimit switch positionsX Axis©©I ®<2)11®© I |(2X2)1 ©®©_©“©_©1P==ÿII<Q>pi'1li£© i*rm-0T LSZero point LS+0T LSZ Axis•+01- LSZero point LS-0T LSr__ÿ_T>v_@]fe)radsQaJN©©©©©©©©©©th7=0=1;5-40

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    (2)Relationsbetween thezero pointdog andzero point position--1DecelerationPost-deceleration speedGrid pointZero return speedSpeedZero pointII-imd/fy,—Zero point limit switchONOFFZero point dogLS2A, LS11AShifta= Distance to thezero pointafterleaving the dog- shiftamountX= 10 mm (diameter-)6 mmZ=...

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    45-8-3Adjustmentof Q-Setter PositionProcedure1Makeoperation by theindication inscreen.There are 6 pieces of pages.Select theadjusting position.012BGH0000—»•MIl’nilC••T U It«=»ID.n ac—Iv f'“I1-rrr i"r l"rn.Procedure 2Input the diagram dimensionofouter (inner) diameter.01...

  • Page 280

    Procedure4Press the[ FI| (YES) key.Procedure 5the1 F5| (SYSTEMSWITCH) key, andpress the1 FI | (Q-SETTER PO. AD.)Presskey.Procedure 6Press the| F9| (END) key.5-8-4Engaging ofTurret Index FaultProcedure1Follow the instructions givenon thescreen.Execute when a calledturret face does notcoincide with...

  • Page 281

    5-8-5Adjustment ofZ-setter Position (Option)Procedure 1Make operationby the indication inscreen.There are4 piecesofpages.Mount the work, and release it to X-axial direction by cutting upto thedegree to take black skin.Apply the tool at Q-setter before cutting.019QGN000OymMAtznrIM «T M «"ÿ...

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    6.Alarm6-1Alarm of English wordsAlarmcan be briefly classified intothe following 3 types.In this Instruction Manual, contentsare clarified, butinsome cases, the contents becomehuge, thus, forinsufficient items,refer to variousbooks for specialtechniques.Alarm generated by NC-unitAlarm generated b...

  • Page 283

    AlarmNo.Alarm messageContentsNC-data consistof Englishletter (ADDRESS)of the specified type and value (DATA).Adjust theprogram.013NO NUMERAL ORNUMERALONLY IN NCDATA"-(MINUS)" OR".(DECIMAL PT.)"INCORRECT USAGE014"-" (minus) and "." (decimal point) arenotcorr...

  • Page 284

    C3AlarmNo.AlarmmessageContents030FEEDRATE UNDEFINED* F(E)-C0DE FORLINEAR/CIRCULARINTERPOLATIONNo command ofF or E at command timeofcuttingfeed.Acommand of E given infeed per minutecommand (G98) mode.A commandofF givenbelow the decimalpoint in feed per minutecommand (G98) mode.Commandof circle of ...

  • Page 285

    AlarmNo.AlarmmessageContents044Make thevalue "0" of R and C set tothecompensation No.used for compositecompensation.COMPOUNDCOMPENSATIONERROR* DATA OF R&CSHOULD BE"0"Command is given forthe arcof (radiusr of command-circle +5= tool radius d)byinside-compensation of circula...

  • Page 286

    AlarmNo.AlarmmessageContentsArwork-coordinate system setting tool-coordinate memoryvalues are51~ 80.053WORK COORDINATE ERROR(G50 T )* SEE OPERATION MANUAL(6-1)PROGRAM ERROR (M,S,T)* SEE OPERATION MANUAL055Command is given on auxiliaryfunction(M), rotation-number and cuttingspeedturretNo. (S), tur...

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    IAlarmNo.AlarmmessageContentsAt the threadingwith chamfering, cuttingraise of Z-axis (diameter) direction issmaller than chamferingamount set byparameter. (#6080)063END CHAMFER ERROR FORTHREADING* SEE OPERATION MANUAL(6-1)At the threading-with chamfering, cuttingraise,of Z-axis (longitudinal) dir...

  • Page 288

    AlarmNo.Alarm messageContentsPROGRAMINPUT/OUTPUT ERROR* SEEOPERATION MANUAL(6-1)RS-232C interfaceAfter giving stop-code, more than10letterswere written.077080T-codecommand isnotgiven infrontG98 command is notTOOL GEOMETRY OFFSETERROR (G35)* SEE OPERATION MANUALofG35 block.givenbefore G35 block.(6...

  • Page 289

    AlarmNo.Alarm messageContents089CANNED CYCLE ERROR(G90,G92, G94 PROGRAM ERROR)There isan unnecessary commandin theprogram, specified by G90, G92 orG94.R, B, C,P, Q;and L are notavailable.090Atline ofG70, G72,G73, there isno commandP, Q.CANNED CYCLE ERROR(NO P, Q-CODEIN Q70G73)* SEE O.M. (6-1)CANN...

  • Page 290

    AlarmAlarm messageContentsNo.CANNEDCYCLE ERROR (NO DATAIN MEMORY WHEN G71)* SEE O.M.(6-1)098Information of commandblock withG70P and Q isnot registered.(Tape Mode)CANNEDCYCLE ERROR (G70G76 PROGRAM ERROR)099There isnonecessary command in theprogram specified byG70, G71,G72,G73,G74, G75 or G76,or t...

  • Page 291

    AlarmAlarm messageContentsNo.ERROR IN MACRO (VARIABLEUNDEFINED)* SEE OPERATION MANUAL(6-1)108Indicationof value undefined asvariableNo.MACROERR. (LEFT SIDE OFSUBSTITUTED VARIABLEINVALID)* SEE (6-1)109The variable in substituting sentenceisprohibited variable.ERROR IN MACRO (PARENTHESES)* MULTIPLI...

  • Page 292

    AlarmContentsAlarm messageNo.ERR. WHEN PROG. RE-START(UNDEFINED SEQUENCE NO.SEARCH)* EDIT PROGRAM120Searched SequenceNo. (N) is notfound intheprogram.121ERR. WHEN PROG. RE-STARTTherewas acommand ofG31 duringreopening program.* RELEASE ALARM BYRESETKEY, NOTBY G31.POSITIONING (BY MDI)INHIBITED IN R...

  • Page 293

    AlarmAlarm messageContentsNo.G111/G112 ERROR (INCORRECTCHAMF. COMMAND)* SEE OPE. MA. (6-1)142First chamfering part isat the outsideof rectangle formed by thestart- andfinish-pointsor in between straightline of45° directing to the finishingpointfrom starting point and thestraightline of45° direc...

  • Page 294

    AlarmAlarm messageContentsNo.GroupNo. P is not indicated'.Also, othervaluesthan 1 £ P19are commanded.151TOOLLIFE MANAGEMENT ERROR* SEEOPE. MANUAL (6-1)There isnoindication of the life Lperone tool.The valueother than 1 = L = 9999 iscommanded.152TOOLLIFE MANAGEMENT ERROR* SEE OPE.MANUAL (6-1)The ...

  • Page 295

    AlarmNo.Alarm messageContentsThere isToolNo.over"31" in theregistered tool in the command tool-GroupNo.with:i:iof work-coordinatessystem setting (G50Tiÿ :[ J90).158TOOLLIFE MANAGEMENT ERROR* SEE OPE. MANUAL (6-1)TOOL LIFE MANAGEMENT ERROR* SEE OPE. MANUAL (6-1)159For onetool, correctin...

  • Page 296

    For usermacro (alarm No.180~ 199) foruser macro (work-meter system, tool-nose measuring unit,spare-tool calling)AlarmNo.Alarm messageContentsSEQUENCER ERROR (1)* SEE OPERATION MANUAL180Either one of T, X, Z, U isinstructed.(Work-measuring system)(6-1)E is notinstructed.(tool nose measuring unit)Z...

  • Page 297

    AlarmNo.Alarm messageContentsUSERMACRO ERROR (I/R/UINCORRECT)* SEEOPERATION MANUAL (6-1)187Either oneof I, U, R iserroneous.Adjust it tomake Q< I< U< R.(work-measuring system)USER MACRO ERROR (A-CODETOO LARGE)* SEEOPERATION MANUAL (6-1)188Measuring NO. A is toobig.A-maximum is"3&quo...

  • Page 298

    AlarmNo.Alarm messageContents195USERMACRO ERROR (UNDEFINEDPROBE-DIA)* SEEOPERATIONMANUAL (6-1)After change of tool, clear thelifeflag.(Tool nose measuring unit)197USERMACRO ERROR (OVERTOLERANCE++/— NG)* SEE OPE. MANUAL (6-1)After cheking thedamage of tool,make compensation.(work-measuring syste...

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    AlarmNo.AlarmmessageContents201X-AXIS OVER TRAVEL* SEE OPERATION MANUAL(6-1)202Z-AXIS OVER TRAVEL* SEE OPERATION MANUAL(6-1)No. 201~ 225 are alarms onovertravel (O.T).In this system, these alarmsIf generated,211X-AXIS STORED STROKE LIMIT1* SEE OPERATION MANUAL(6-1)are notoutput.confirm parameters...

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    AlarmNo.h.Alarm messageContents231Zero-point returnwas made manuallyat eachshaft on the position toonear the zero-point.Bringthe toolstand fully infront (minusside)fromzero point.After resettingoperation, make operation again.X-AXIS ZERO RETURN AREAERROR* SEEOPERATIONMANUAL (6-1)232Z-AXISRETURN A...

  • Page 301

    ?AlarmAlarm messageContentsNo.327INITIALIZATION OFPROGRAMInitialization of programarea incomplete.It isnecessary to performprogram dele¬tionfrom 0 to9999.AREA INCOMPLETEi r-_'ÿpi328aMISMATCH OFPROGRAM MEMORYThememory PCB configurationat initia¬lization ofprogramarea differs fromthatatpower ON....

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    Alarm,-iMAlarm messageContents. iA•No*1357OVER LOAD2* SEE OPERATION MANUAL (6-1)Alarm due tothetemperature-abnormalityof regenerationresistor is generated.Thecauses will behigher using frequencyofmotor (over 100% ofrating), servo-drive unit NG,or servo-motor NG.I'(For details, refer to LX3 Main...

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    AlarmNOT- -Alarm messageContents1 f501SPINDLE MOTORABNORMAL* SEE OPERATION MANUAL (6-1)This alarmoccurs with the abnormalityof spindle motor or its drive unit.Thesame alarm display is madeon driveTakemeasures by troublestate.unit.502This alarm occurs atabnormality motor-power circuits suchas lubr...

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    Ifr.ual/-.-ÿ‘rfrirt.TTT77AlarmAlarmmessageContentsÿINo.iu*"rt•>:| v *«I :t• fi-512SP. START IMPOS.* ADJUSTAdjust the center positionCENTERPOSITION OR SEE OP.IMA. (5-4)\513SP. STARTIMPOS.* RETURNReturn Q-setterQ-SETTERTO ORG. POS.514SP.START IMPOS.* RETURNReturn Z-setterZ- SETTER....

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    AlarmNo.r 9: p_.AlarmmessageContentsZERORETURNIN'X ORZ NOT_..COMPLETED *_SEE OPERATI NGMANUAL (6-1)•530Make zero-point return.(T) Check the solenoid.(?) Check the relay(3) Checkthe slow moving motor( slow ration)._531_____SPINDLE GEARSHIFT NOTion=.COMPLETED* SEE OPERATING.:.LTMANUAL (6-1)circui...

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    AlarmNo.Alarm messageContentsitism (n.s t ht: 'i SIA-0>.iZ-SETTER NOT ORIGIN* RETURN541ReturnOti.iZ-SETTER UNIT TOORIGIN••;E *i-TijqMc:542Z-SETTER NOT ORIGIN* RETURNReturn Z-setter I- : "iJvJkAKZ-SETTER UNIT TO ORIGINTURRET INDEX ERROR* SEEOPERATING MANUAL (6-1)oItoccurs whenturr.e:t&...

  • Page 307

    Alarm_Mtssaga_ContentNorn820—RAM ffhecIrr Cm-Contact HitachiSeiki servicemenfirvr -ÿMMQ1.error.C./V83CT"CPTrerror"1'5rL- ‘CPU isoperatederroneous1 ly ,anti calculation is impossible,———»*- Contact Hitachi Seiki'JCnr840CPUerror 2iA‘servicemeni*I ,;!910Program content'match(...

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    6-2Instruction for alarm-message on NC-screenm t.' Ar>f.. ____ContentsMessage!-- r,. '-• rAL-1 'AC100V DC24VALARMiPower-supply alarm'f ~AL-2SPINDLE MOTORDRIVER ALARMSpindle alarmTooTTlJTJMotor alarm(except thespindle)AL-3THERMALEXEZP ;SP. MOTOR•jVi,AH;;CT3SJSDAL-4LUBRICATION ALARMLubricati...

  • Page 309

    MessageContentsChuckclosing incompleteAL-25CHUCKCLOSED NOT DETECTEDAL-26Door closing incompleteDOOR CLOSED NOT DETECTEDCenter setting faultAL-27CENTER SETTINGINCOMPLETEDSpindle stop faultAL-28SP. STOPINCOMPLETEDAL-29T-STOCK SET. INCOMPLETEDTail stock set. incompletedBar-feeder ready faultAL-30BAR...

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