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    Hitachi Seiki DeutschlandWerkzeugmaschinen GmbHST200/250CNC LATHEAUTO-PROGRAMMING66 Edition 1.01AP-1782-1-0301-E-1-01

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    iCONTENTS1. GENERAL............................................................................................ 1 - 11.Outline ............................................................................................................................... 1 - 12.Programming .........................

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    ii3-9Automatic Program Creation ................................................................................... 3 - 503-9-1Programming ................................................................................................. 3 - 503-9-2Automatic Programming (Selecting the Item) .........

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    1 - 11. GENERAL1.OutlineWe designed this CNC lathe, SEICOS-pcFLexi MULTI System, so that anyone can use itwithout difficulty. It has functions which enable various operations just by pressing the keys inaccordance with the instructions shown on the 10.4-inch TFT color screen.For programming, yo...

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    1 - 22.ProgrammingWith the SEICOS-pcFLexi MULTI System, a program necessary for machining is created byonly answering a blank shape and a final shape to inquiries shown on the screen.3.Before Reading This Programming ManualThis programming manual is compiled to explain as many things as possible....

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    2 - 12. OPERATION PANEL1.Description of Operation PanelThe operation panel consists of 10.4-inch TFT color screen, 18 function keys and other keysincluding Ten (10) keys, and so on. It has the following appearance.Appearance

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    2 - 22.Description of Keys2-1Keys Used for Automatic ProgrammingFUNCTION Keys F1-F0: Function names are displayed on the lower part of thescreen for each screen.ALPHABET Keys A-Z: Inputs a alphabet.SHIFT Key: To be used to input the data indicated at the upper-leftcorner of each alphabet key an...

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    2 - 33.OPERATING ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSTo use SEICOS-pcFLexi MULTI, be sure to strictly obey the following conditions of operatingenvironments:Note 1) Ambient temperature in operation:Conformity to the above ranges are monitored with the temperature sensor inside theheavy electric board.(1) Whe...

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    3 - 13. CONVERSATIONALLY AUTOMATIC PROGRAM OPERATION1.What Is Conversationally Automatic Program ?This is a function which creates a program by only inputting value to inquiries on the screen.With the SEICOS-pcFLexi MULTI, a program is automatically created by only inputting a blankshape and a f...

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    3 - 23.Executing the Conversationally Automatic Program3-1Executing the Conversationally Automatic Program3-2Selecting the ItemSelect a desired item.F1/ShapeTo select material, final shape,index position, type ofmachining.F2/AutoTo automatically create aprogram.F3/L.Conf.To confirm and create the...

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    3 - 33-3Material Shape Input3-3-1Shape InputF1/Shape: Input of material, final shape.Input of index position.Selection of machining type.F1/New Prog.Creates a new program.F2/BlankModifies the shape input.F3/FinalModifies the shape input.F4/ IndexModifies the index position.F5/MethodModifies the t...

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    3 - 43-3-2Material Shape InputSelect a type:F1/New Prog. Select when newly inputting ablank shape.F2/BlankSelect when correcting the shapealready input.When New Prog. is selected, the data enteredis displayed on the Material Select screen,and when Correction is selected, the dataentered is displa...

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    3 - 53-3-3Selecting the MaterialSelect the material name of work to be machined.F1/#1045 STF2/#4140 STF3/#6061 ALF4/#30 C.I.F5/#304 STF6/C903 BR.F7/M2-TSSTLF8/ADD-1F9/ADD-2For ADD-1 and ADD-2, the user is kindlyrequested to input data such as cuttingconditions, and so on.For a data inputting meth...

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    3 - 61.Round BarInput the outer diameter, length and end faceremoval amount of the blank.Key in a numerical value for the item where acursor is located, and press the INPUT key.After inputting all data, a blank picture isdisplayed. Press F7 (Next). The final shapescreen is displayed.2.Hollow R...

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    3 - 74.Formed BarInput the outer diameter, length and end faceremoval amount of the blank.Key in a numerical value for the item wherethe cursor is located and press the INPUTkey.Press F7 (Next) after all of the data areentered.When you input wrong data to inquiries forouter diameter and length, ...

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    3 - 83-4Inputting the Blank Shape (Formed Bar)3-4-1Precautions for Inputting the Blank Shape1.When the blank shape varies, input maximum values with some allowance.2.When a finish shape line overlaps a blank shape line at all of end face, outer diameter andinner diameter, select a surface roughne...

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    3 - 93-4-2Setting the Element Start Point (Formed Bar)Select the point from which you start to draw ablank shape.F1/Thru HoleF2/Blind H.F3/SolidInput the diameter and length of the start point.Notes)For a length value, input a lengthfrom a finish end face.When F3 (Solid) is selected, inputa start...

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    3 - 103-4-4Symbol Input (Formed Bar)Press the element key ( ),and input the end point numerical value for thatelement, and others. Viewing a drawing,repeat this operation to plot a picture.Be sure to input sequentially in acounterclockwise direction as to the pict...

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    3 - 112.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for :END PT.X: Input a numerical value of the end point.END PT.Z: Input a numerical value of the end point.INTERSECTION: When a previous element is either or , an inquiry appears. Inputa state of intersect...

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    3 - 123.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for :END PT.X: Input a numerical value of the end point.END PT.Z: Input a numerical value of the end point.ANGLE: Input an angle to the Z axis. (0° ~ 90°)AngleINTERSECTION: When a previous element is either or ...

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    3 - 134.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:END PT.X: Input a numerical value of the end point.END PT.Z: Input a numerical value of the end point.ANGLE: Input an angle to the Z axis. (0° ~ 90°)AngleINTERSECTION: When a previous element is either or ...

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    3 - 14When no numericalvalues are availablefrom the drawing, pressthe INPUT key only.Smooth(TANGENT)Intersectingpoint rightIntersectingpoint leftIntersectingpoint topIntersectingpoint bottom5.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for :END PT.X:Input a numerical ...

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    3 - 156.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for :END PT.X:Input a numerical value of the end point.END PT.Z:Input a numerical value of the end point.RADIUS:Input a circle radius.CENTER X-AX.:Input a diameter value of the circle center point.CENTER Z-AX.:Input a ...

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    3 - 167.If the element key is pressed, the following item is inquired for :SIZE(C/R) : Input a C chamfering size.This can be used when previous and next element intersect each other.If a numerical value is keyed in, it is displayed on the screen. After confirming it, pressthe INPUT key...

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    3 - 178.If the element key is pressed, the following item is inquired for :SIZE(C/R) : Input a R chamfering size.This can be used when previous andnext element intersect each other.If a numerical value is keyed in, it is displayed on the screen. After confirming it, pressthe INPUT key...

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    3 - 183-4-5List Input (Formed Bar)Press the element key ( ), and input the end point numerical valuefor that element, and others. Viewing the drawing, input in a list order.Be sure to input elements and other numerical values in a counterclockwise directio...

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    3 - 193-5Input of Final shape3-5-1Shape InputSelect the item.F1/ShapeMaterial, final shape.Index position.Selection of machining type.Select F1 and input the final shape.Press F0 (Others) then press F7 (Next).The final shape input screen is displayed.If you select the New prog., the screen to set...

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    3 - 203-5-2Setting the Element Start Point (Final Shape Input)Select the point from which you start to draw afinal shape.F1/Thru holeF2/Blind H.F3/SolidInput the diameter and length of the start point.Note)For a length value, input a length from afinish end face.For S.FINISH, input the roughness ...

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    3 - 213-5-4Symbol Input (Final Shape Input)Press the element key ( ),and input the end point numerical value,roughness and end point relief of that element,and others. Viewing a drawing, repeat thisoperation to plot a picture.Be sure to input sequentially in acou...

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    3 - 22END RELIEF: When there is necking between this and the next element, select adirection out of F1 through F8. Press the INPUT key when there is nonecking.RELIEF: Input a machining depth.When there is an end point reliefDirectionNOF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8F9If a numerical value is keyed in, it is d...

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    3 - 232.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:END PT.X: Input a numerical value of the end point.END PT.Z: Input a numerical value of the end point.INTERSECTION : When a previous element is either or , an inquiry appears. Input astate of intersect...

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    3 - 243.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:END PT.X: Input a numerical value of the end point.END PT.Z: Input a numerical value of the end point.ANGLE: Input an angle to the Z axis. (0° ~ 90°).AngleINTERSECTION : When a previous element is either o...

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    3 - 254.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:END PT.X: Input a numerical value of the end point.END PT.Z: Input a numerical value of the end point.ANGLE: Input an angle to the Z axis. (0° ~ 90°).AngleINTERSECTION : When a previous element is either o...

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    3 - 26Smooth(TANGENT)Intersectingpoint rightIntersectingpoint leftIntersectingpoint topIntersectingpoint bottomWhen no numericalvalues are availablefrom the drawing, pressthe INPUT key only.5.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:END PT.X: Input a numerical ...

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    3 - 27When no numericalvalues are availablefrom the drawing, pressthe INPUT key only.Smooth(TANGENT)Intersectingpoint rightIntersectingpoint leftIntersectingpoint topIntersectingpoint bottom6.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:END PT.X: Input a numerical ...

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    3 - 287.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:SIZE(C/R) : Input a C chamfering size.S. FINISH : Input a finish symbol on the element. When same as overall roughness, pressthe INPUT key only.This can be used when previous and next elements intersect.If a num...

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    3 - 298.If the element key is pressed, the following items are inquired for:SIZE(C/R) : Input an R chamfering size.S. FINISH : Input a finish symbol on the element. When same as overall roughness, pressthe INPUT key only.This can be used when previousand next elements intersect.If a num...

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    3 - 30When no numerical values areavailable from the drawing, pressthe INPUT key only.Note)In case of the final point of elementjust before the input of shape isnot known, input not accepted.Up to 8 shape elements.EXT. groove (OD)INT. groove (ID)Face grooveUnacceptable UnacceptableAng...

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    3 - 31Next, there appear inquiries for whether or not there are grooves repeated. (Whenentering programs containing steps such as , no inquiries are made.)NO. OF GRV : Input the number of grooves repeated. When the number of grooves is1, press the INPUT key only.GRV. PITCH : Input a...

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    3 - 32When the groove bottom has neither C chamfer nor R chamfering, it isnecessary to register a tool whose width is narrower than "groove width - finishallowance".For grooving, rough finishing is performed with the same tool.If the groove sides are parallel, it is possible to set the ...

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    3 - 3310. Thread SpecificationIf the element , , or is input and F6 (THREAD) is specified in specification ofroughness, the following items are inquired for:THREAD LEAD : Input a lead.THRD. LENGTH : Input a length.R/L THREAD: Specify either left-handed thread orright-handed thr...

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    3 - 34It is determined by the following formula:Set value for 63 x Pitch enteredNote) A standard set value for 63 is 0.04 (inch unit) 0.225 (millimeter unit)Input zero for thread angle when machining by constant cutting depth system for squareor acme thread.Input the depth (radius value) at t...

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    3 - 3511. Overall PrecautionsFor END PT.Z value, input a length from an end face.Inquiry for the state of the intersecting point.When elements are , and in that order, an intersectingpoint is on the right in case of inquiry for . It is not “Smooth”. Whena previous elem...

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    3 - 36Notes)Giving some allowance to an actual shape, input the width A narrower.Refer to “Example 8” and “Example 9” in REFERENCE MATERIAL “2. InputExamples of Blank Shape and Final Shape”.Groove shape by the wall (both OD and ID)Rapid traverse Cutting feedOutput of NC DataClea...

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    3 - 37Input as follows when you want to machine a face by the wall with a finishing tool :With a formed blank, if you want to execute facing first in program check and creation,input as follows when inputting a final shape :Input the element “ ” separately at a diameterpoint which is seve...

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    3 - 3812. The Four Rules of Arithmetic, Operation of Function and Incremental InputWhen asking the numeral input, following functionkey is displayed.F6/EndDia. XDisplay the end point diameter of the previouselement.F7/EndLen. ZDisplay the end point length of the previouselement.When the value of ...

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    3 - 39Incremental inputIf pressing the end point diameter (X) or length (Z), the value of the end point of the formerelement is displayed, then incremental input can be done by using the four rules of arithmetickeys.(Example)In case of left sketch, when input the value of the end pointlength of e...

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    3 - 403-5-5List Input (Final Shape Input)Press the element key ( ), and input the end point numericalvalue for that element, and others. Viewing the drawing, input in a list order.Be sure to input elements and other numerical values in a counterclockwis...

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    3 - 413-6Correcting the Shape Input (Correcting the Blank Shape and Final Shape)Note)Be explained on the Final Shape Input screen.For the Blank ShapeIf you press F2 (Blank) key, the material shapescreen is displayed, so modifythe item you want to modify.For the Final ShapeIf you press F3 (Final) ...

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    3 - 42When the symbol input is selected, the shapepreviously input is plotted (with either yellow orblack lines) and elements are displayed on thecenter of the screen, as shown in the left figure.<Operation Method>1. By using the PAGE key , the cursormoves on the elements when you are inq...

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    3 - 43<Deletion>To delete an element, bring the cursor to thenumber you want to delete and press F0(Others), F2 (Delete) keys.Example)Elements you previously input123456789To delete 6 , bring the cursor to 6 and pressF0 (Others) , F2 (Delete) key twice.12345678When the list input is sel...

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    3 - 44<ALTER>To change an element, bring the cursor to thenumber to be alter, input the element to bealter and input the data.To alter data other than elements, bring thecursor to the data to be alter and input thedata.<Delete>To delete an element, bring the cursor to theplace to be d...

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    3 - 453-7Turret Index Position3-7-1Input ShapeSelect a desired item.F1/New Prog.F2/Blank: Inputs a blank shape.F3/Final: Inputs a final shape.F4/Index: Inputs the index positions of ODand ID tools.Output of the 2nd reference point(G30U0W0) can be specified.F5/Method: Select a type of machining or...

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    3 - 463-7-2Setting the Turret Index PositionSet a turret index position.Output with F1 (Tool Pos.) : (G00X...Z... ).Move the cursor with the CURSOR key , keyin numerical values and press the INPUT key.Standard Set ValuesST200ST250OD tool (MM) (IN)(MM) (IN)Diameter position 250.0 10.0250.0 10...

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    3 - 473-8Selecting the Type of Machining3-8-1Input ShapeSelect a desired item.F1/New Prog.F2/Blank: Inputs a blank shape.F3/Final: Inputs a final shape.F4/Index: Inputs the index positions of ODand ID tools.Output of the 2nd reference point(G30U0W0) can be specified.F5/Method: Select a type of ma...

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    3 - 483-8-2Selecting the Type of MachiningSelect the type of machining.F1/Chuck WorkF2/Center WorkF3/Bar Work (Chuck Work)F4/Bar Work (Center Work)F9/Set. EndF1/Robot (Unloader) YesF2/Robot (Unloader) NoThe type currently selected is displayed on the screen and the function key. If the typewhic...

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    3 - 49Note)For outer diameter-related processes and bar stopper/spot drilling in case of centerwork and bar work (center work), a tool moves in the order of the Z axis and X axiswhen approaching, and it moves in the other order when returning to an index point.<Outer Diameter-related Processes...

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    3 - 503-9Automatic Program Creation3-9-1ProgrammingSelect a desired item.F1/ShapeTo select material, final shape,index position, type ofmachining.F2/AutoTo automatically create aprogram.F3/L.Conf.To confirm and create theturning process.F5/EditTo edit the NC program.F6/ViewTo check the NC program...

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    3 - 513-9-2Automatic Programming (Selecting the Item)Select a desired item.F1/ShapeTo select material, final shape,index position, type ofmachining.F2/AutoTo automatically create aprogram.F3/L.ConfTo confirm and create theturning process.F5/EditTo edit the NC program.F6/ViewTo check the NC progra...

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    3 - 521.Automatic Program CreationTools Used Select ScreenMachining Contents Setting ScreenWhen automatic determination is completed, the screen changes to a View picture. Input a jawshape and check for interference by the picture.

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    3 - 532.ViewF1/TurningShows the turning by View.F2/F3/F5/JawSets the jaw shape.F9/End2-1 View of turningF1/StartStarts the View.F2/PauseTemporarily stops theView.F3/StopStops the View.F4/DecreaseSlows down the speed ofthe View.F5/IncreaseSpeeds up the View.F6/Sing Ope.Executes up to View M01.F7/S...

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    3 - 542-2 View displayF1/H.TrunRotates forward horizontally.F2/H.Rev.Rotates backward horizontally.F3/C.Trun.Rotates forward to thecircumference direction.F4/C.Rev.Rotates backward to thecircumference direction.F5/Selection Cross section display Yes/No.F7/PathOrbit display Yes/No.F8/LatticeGrid d...

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    3 - 552-4 View Grid Display State

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    3 - 563.Jaw Shape SettingInput the data of Jaw Shape.<Setting Method>1. Select F1 (Ext. Jaw), F2 (Int. Jaw) or F3 (BarWork).2. Input each dimension.3. After inputting, press the F9 (End) key.<Setting of Each Dimension of External Jaw>1 Jaw depth in alongitudinal direction2 Necking in ...

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    3 - 57<Setting each dimension of bar work jaw>1 Escape in the longitudinal directionon the back of the jaw.2 Escape in the diametrical directionon the back of the jaw.3 Protruding length of theworkpiece.Note)For the protruding length of theworkpiece 3 , the blank length input toBlank Shape...

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    3 - 58Notes)In parentheses, TLxx/ is output. However, when is displayed as 203, 206, 211,or 212, it indicates that a special tool has been selected. It is output when the contentsof the tool file, etc. do not match machining work.Note) The special tool is displayed as a process No....

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    3 - 593-9-3Program EditingPress F5 (Edit) key on the item selection screen.Possible program to edit on this screen is the latest operated one.After automatic preparation → Automatically prepared program for turning.When turning confirmation is performed → Confirmation making-up program for tu...

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    3 - 60Word EditSearch and change of are executed.Scope EditF3/ReturnReturns to the precedentscreen.F4/Appoint.F5/HousingRecords the scope pecified.F6/R.InsertInserts the scope specified.F7/R.DeleteDeletes the scope specified.F8/Del.Rev.Restores the scope deleted.

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    3 - 613-9-4ViewPress F6 (View) key on the item selectionscreen.You can check the animation of the program.After automatic preparation → Automatically prepared program for turning.When turning confirmation is performed → Confirmation making-up program for turning.

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    3 - 623-9-5Program TransferPress F8(Transfer) key on the item selectionscreen.1. Shift the memory key to write.2. Key in the program No.3. Press F1(Transfer) , F5(Yes) keys.Note)The number which is already registeredis not possible to input.Program is deleted by pressingF3(Delete) key after key i...

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    3 - 633-9-6NC ViewCheck the program registered in the NCmemory by animation.Press F7(NC view) key at item selectionscreen.Program list registered in the NC memory isdisplayed so key in the program number to bechecked by animation then press input key.Program call screenPress F6(Blank) and F7(Lago...

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    3 - 64When the program which is prepared byautomatic programming, the data correspondto tool file No. by the data such as TL01/02 inthe bracket of head of program is displayed.About a drill (Shape 2 ), however, theminimum diameter in tool file registered isdisplayed so input the ac...

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    3 - 653-10 Displaying the Machining Time3-10-1 Selecting the FunctionSelect a desired item.F1/Cond.: Display and setting of variousmachining condition files.F2/Data I/O : Stores and calls shape dataconversationally input.F3/Time: Displays a tools automaticallyselected and machining time.F7/Initia...

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    3 - 663-11 Inputting/Outputting the Shape Data3-11-1 Programming (Selecting the Function)Select a desired item.F1/Cond.: Display and setting of variousmachining condition files.F2/Data I/O : Stores and calls shape dataconversationally input.F3/Time: Displays a tools automaticallyselected and mach...

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    3 - 673-12 Program Confirming Preparation (Turning)Selecting the ItemSelect a desired item.F1/ShapeTo select material, final shape,index position, type ofmachining.F2/AutoTo automatically create aprogram.F3/L.Conf.To confirm and create theturning process.F5/EditTo edit the NC program.F6/ViewTo ch...

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    3 - 683-12-1 Turning Confirmation CreationF1/Generat: Press this key after you have made theprocessing column of all processes“Completed”.F2/Area: Create setting of the machining area.F3/Edit: Edit the NC data of the process wherethe cursor is located.F4/View: Execute the animation of the pro...

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    3 - 69Insert, Change, Delete of ProcessF1/DeleteDelete the process.F2/AlterAlter the process.F3/InsertInsert the process.F4/MoveReplace the process.F5/Ope.Chg.F6/YesF7/NoF9/EndF0/Others1.Using Insert , Alter or Delete key, you can insert, change or delete the process.InsertBring the cursor o...

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    3 - 703-12-2 Machining ContentsOperation Method1.Since the system displays the screen which is for setting cool data for the processesspecified in OPERATION LIST, make a confirmation.2.Initially, tools automatically selected or tool data registered in the tool file are displayed.When not altering...

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    3 - 71BAR STOPPERSPOT DRILLINGDRILLOD ROUGH/FORMID ROUGH/FORMGROOVE(OD, ID, OD END FACE, ID END FACE)

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    3 - 72OD FINISHID FINISHNECKINGTHREADING (OD, ID)TAPPING (OD, ID)REAMINGNote) TOOL NO. (L) 94 and 95 are forright-handed threads, and 96 and 97for left-handed threads.Note) Using the (Next) key, tool data can bechecked, but not altered.It is determined depending on thedirection at figure input ti...

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    3 - 73END MILLINGCUT OFFFACE FORM

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    3 - 743-12-3 Machining AreaOperation Method1.Specify cutting directions for the processes specified in OPERATION LIST, using the keysF1 through F4.F1F2F3F4↑↓←→Notes)The cutting directions for the following processes cannot be altered :The cutting directions below cannot specified for the ...

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    3 - 75Notes)The machining area start point does not refer to a cutting start point, but to the startpoint of the range to be machined (since a machining profile is inputcounterclockwise, the machining area start point is located on the side closer to anelement start point in that order).When movi...

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    3 - 76The machining areas for the following processes are not required to be specified :1.Bar stopper2.Spot drilling3.Drilling4.OD/ID necking5.Cutting-offExamples for Specifying Machining Areas (Machining area start point and end point areindicated with ⇓ and ↑, respectively. A cutting direc...

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    3 - 775.OD finishing6.ID finishing7.OD denting8.ID denting9.Face form10. OD threading11.ID threadingUncut part of indentationSet in the samedirection as thecutting direction.Set in the same directionas the cutting direction.When removingan uncut partFor Tool Shape 3 and 4End face indentingEnd fac...

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    3 - 7812. OD grooving13.ID groovingNote) When the groove is input repeatedly, specify with one groove as follows :14. OD end face grooving15.ID end face grooving16. Tapping17.ReamingNote) Threads are displayed in purple after execution.18. End milling19. Processing OD and OD indent20.Processing I...

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    3 - 79Note) Caution of machining range designation1.When designate a range including two or more thread, groove or cavity, start machiningfrom the end face side.(OD)When designate a range including two or more thread, groove or cavity, start machiningfrom the chuck side.(ID)When designate a range...

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    3 - 803-12-4 Enlarged Drawing of Machining AreaF1/UpF2/DownF3/LeftF4/RightF5/YesF6/NoF7/Cond.F9/StopF0/OthersF1/EnlargeF2/ReduceF3/Up. MoveF4/Dn. MoveF5/L. MoveF6/R. MoveF7/Ref reshF9/StopF0/OthersMachining details(machining area) setting screen Press the F0 (Others) key.Drawing area setting sc...

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    3 - 813-12-5 Special FunctionCreation of the following special programs is enabled through editing in confirming creation.1.Direct Point ProgramCharacteristics of Functions• Regardless of a tool nose R (tool nose R) and a cutting edge angle, a program is outputfor which points are taken along t...

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    3 - 82How to Create Direct Point Program1. In the process list screen, bring the cursor on the process for which you want to have adirect point.2.Press F5(Ope.Chg.) key and enter “9” into the item of “Shape No.” in the tool data screen.* The nose R/knife-edge width are made equal to “0...

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    4 - 14. MACHINING CONDITION FILE1.Selecting the ItemNote) Various machining condition files for automaticprogram creation. Before creation a program,alter the set values of these files as required.Note that automatic determination is not madewhen the conditions in the files are not met.Select a...

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    4 - 23.Machining Sequence FileSet a process order and tool mounting positions.Input process manes with numerical values.1. Bar stopper11. OD finishing2. Spot drilling12. ID finishing3. Drilling13. OD necking4. End face roughing14. ID necking5. OD roughing15. OD threading6. ID roughing16. ID threa...

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    4 - 3Set ValuesOne process allows 4 tool mounting positions to be set.When a certain process is determined, the leftmost tool mounting position is determined. Ifalready used in a previous process, the next tool mounting position is determined.Relations between process names and numbers1. Bar sto...

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    4 - 44.Tool FileTurning toolSelect a desired tool.F1/FacingF2/Rough O.D.F3/Finish O.D.F4/Rough I.D.F5/Finish I.D.F6/Bar StopperF9/Set. End: Returns you to the item selectscreen for the machiningcondition file.F0: Others: Proceeds to the next screen.Page key : Moves to the first line.Page key : Mo...

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    4 - 5<Lathe Turning Tools>End Facing Tools (Number of tools registered : 6) <INCH>OD Roughing Tools (Number of tools registered : 12) <INCH>

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    4 - 6OD Finishing Tools (Number of tools registered : 12) <INCH>ID Roughing Tools (Number of tools registered : 20) <INCH>

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    4 - 7ID Finishing Tools (Number of tools registered : 20) <INCH>Note) For the tools with the same edge angle, set in the descending order of the holderdiameter.Bar stoppers (Number of tools registered : 2) <INCH>

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    4 - 8Drills (Number of tool registered : 15) <INCH>Note)Group No.1 for carbide drills and groupNo.2 for high-speed steel drill.Note) Set in the order of larger drilldiameter.Spot Drills (Number of tools registered : 4) <INCH>These tools are used when spot drilling is specified as “Y...

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    4 - 9Reaming Tools (Number of tools registered : 2) <INCH>Tapping Tools (Number of tools registered : 4) <INCH>Note) For a right-handed thread, a tool number of the group 1 is output.For a left-handed thread, that of the group 2 is output.

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    4 - 10End Mill (Number of tools registered : 2) <INCH>Note) For a right-handed thread, a tool number of the group 1 is output.For a left-handed thread, that of the group 2 is output.Threading tools (Number of tools registered : 4 OD tools and 4 ID tools) <INCH>

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    4 - 11Grooving Tools (Number of tools registered : 8 OD tools, 8 ID tools, 7 OD end facing tools and 7ID end facing tools) <INCH>Note) Of the same shape number, set in theorder of wider tool width.Necking Tools (Number of tools registered : 4 OD tools and 4 ID tools) <INCH>These tools...

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    4 - 12Face Form Tools (Number of tools registered : 15) <INCH>Note) The tools of Shape 1 and 2 are notselected in case of automaticprogram creation.Cutting-off Tools (Number of tools registered : 4) <INCH>Note) Description of tool nose pointsOD toolID toolID groovingtoolOD groovingtool

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    4 - 13End Facing Tools (Number of tools registered : 6) <METRIC>OD Roughing Tools (Number of tools registered : 12) <METRIC>Note) The tools of Shape 3 is not selected in case of automatic program creation.

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    4 - 14OD Finishing Tools (Number of tools registered : 12) <METRIC>ID Roughing Tools (Number of tools registered : 20) <METRIC>Note) The tools of Shape 3 is not selected in case of automatic program creation.

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    4 - 15ID Finishing Tools (Number of tools registered : 20) <METRIC>Note) For the tools with the same edge angle, set in the descending order of the holderdiameter.Bar stoppers (Number of tools registered : 2) <METRIC>

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    4 - 16Drills (Number of tool registered : 15) <METRIC>Note)Group No.1 for carbide drills and groupNo.2 for high-speed steel drill.Note) Set in the order of larger drilldiameter.Spot Drills (Number of tools registered : 4) <METRIC>These tools are used when spot drilling is specified as...

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    4 - 17Reaming Tools (Number of tools registered : 2) <METRIC>Tapping Tools (Number of tools registered : 4) <METRIC>Note) For a right-handed thread, a tool number of the group 1 is output.For a left-handed thread, that of the group 2 is output.

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    4 - 18End Mill (Number of tools registered : 2) <METRIC>Note) For a right-handed thread, a tool number of the group 1 is output.For a left-handed thread, that of the group 2 is output.Threading tools (Number of tools registered : 4 OD tools and 4 ID tools) <METRIC>

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    4 - 19Grooving Tools (Number of tools registered : 8 OD tools, 8 ID tools, 7 OD end facing tools and 7ID end facing tools) <METRIC>Note) Of the same shape number, set in the order of wider tool width.Necking Tools (Number of tools registered : 4 OD tools and 4 ID tools) <METRIC>These ...

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    4 - 20Face Form Tools (Number of tools registered : 15) <METRIC>Note) The tools of Shape 1 and 2 are notselected in case of automaticprogram creation.Cutting-off Tools (Number of tools registered : 4) <METRIC>Note) Description of tool nose pointsOD toolID toolID groovingtoolOD groovin...

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    4 - 215.Cutting Condition File (Material Selection)Cutting condition file:Display and setting of cutting conditions andfinishing allowance in each process for eachmaterial.Select a desired material.F1/#1045 STF1/C903 BR.F2/#4140 STF2/M2-TLSTLF3/#6061 ALF3/ADD-1F4/#30 C.I.F4/ADD-2F5/#304 STFor ADD...

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    4 - 22The set values of various coefficient files have been internally set.This coefficient is used for the NC data of turning operations.Set Values (Coefficient by tool nose angle) Set Values (Coefficient by nose R)(degree)Note) Only Rough OD & ID tools are effective.Set Values (Coeffici...

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    4 - 23ST200Cutting Condition File (#1045 ST) <INCH>

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    4 - 24Cutting Condition File (#4140 ST) <INCH>

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    4 - 25Cutting Condition File (#6061 AL) <INCH>

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    4 - 26Cutting Condition File (#30 C.I.) <INCH>

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    4 - 27Cutting Condition File (#304 ST) <INCH>

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    4 - 28Cutting Condition File (C903 BR.) <INCH>

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    4 - 29Cutting Condition File (M2-TLSTL) <INCH>

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    4 - 30Cutting Condition File (ADD-1) <INCH>

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    4 - 31Cutting Condition File (ADD-2) <INCH>

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    4 - 32ST200Cutting Condition File (#1045 ST) <METRIC>

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    4 - 33Cutting Condition File (#4140 ST) <METRIC>

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    4 - 34Cutting Condition File (#6061 AL) <METRIC>

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    4 - 35Cutting Condition File (#30 C.I.) <METRIC>

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    4 - 36Cutting Condition File (#304 ST) <METRIC>

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    4 - 37Cutting Condition File (C903 BR.) <METRIC>

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    4 - 38Cutting Condition File (M2-TLSTL) <METRIC>

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    4 - 39Cutting Condition File (ADD-1) <METRIC>

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    4 - 40Cutting Condition File (ADD-2) <METRIC>

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    4 - 41ST250Cutting Condition File (#1045 ST) <INCH>

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    4 - 42Cutting Condition File (#4140 ST) <INCH>

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    4 - 43Cutting Condition File (#6061 AL) <INCH>

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    4 - 44Cutting Condition File (#30 C.I.) <INCH>

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    4 - 45Cutting Condition File (#304 ST) <INCH>

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    4 - 46Cutting Condition File (C903 BR.) <INCH>

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    4 - 47Cutting Condition File (M2-TLSTL) <INCH>

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    4 - 48Cutting Condition File (ADD-1) <INCH>

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    4 - 49Cutting Condition File (ADD-2) <INCH>

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    4 - 50ST250Cutting Condition File (#1045 ST) <METRIC>

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    4 - 51Cutting Condition File (#4140 ST) <METRIC>

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    4 - 52Cutting Condition File (#6061 AL) <METRIC>

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    4 - 53Cutting Condition File (#30 C.I.) <METRIC>

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    4 - 54Cutting Condition File (#304 ST) <METRIC>

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    4 - 55Cutting Condition File (C903 BR.) <METRIC>

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    4 - 56Cutting Condition File (M2-TLSTL) <METRIC>

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    4 - 57Cutting Condition File (ADD-1) <METRIC>

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    4 - 58Cutting Condition File (ADD-2) <METRIC>

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    5 - 15. PARAMETERS1.Selecting the ItemNote) Various Parameters for automatic programmingBefore creating a program, alter the set valuesof these parameters as required.Note that automatic determination is not madewhen the conditions in the parameters are not met.Select a desired item.F1/SequenceO...

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    5 - 2Inputting Method1.Select the parameter screen to be input, by pressing the function key F1 through F5.2.Set the cursor to the position where you want to alter, key in a numerical value, and so on.3.Pressing the F9(End) key returns you to the screen cutting condition File.Note) · Do not alte...

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    5 - 3No.DescriptionStandard set Value0001002003004005006007008009001000110012001300141010150.0150.3160.0150.317001800190.020.5201121002200230.7520240.410(INCH spec.)(MM spec.)2.Real Value Parameters2nd end face1st end faceUnused (Don’t change.)Unused (Don’t change.)Unused (Don’t change.)Unu...

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    5 - 4Minimum removal amount to be machinedwith the 2nd drill (radius value).When exceeding a set value, machiningwith the 2nd drill is performed.Ratio of longitudinal dimension anddiametrical dimension (diameter value)to be machined with the 2nd drill. When exceedinga set value, machining with t...

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    5 - 5No.DescriptionStandard set Value37ST200 0.629 ST200 16ST250 0.787 ST250 20380039004055411010420.020.5430.78720440.50.5450.10.1460.031214700480.00750.2491150005100Real Value Parameters(INCH spec.)(MM spec.)Maximum diameter for tapping (premachined hole diameter for thread +thread pitch) When ...

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    5 - 6No.DescriptionStandard set Value520.020.5530054005500560.0150.4570.0120.3580.0120.3590.041600.0826155621.21.2630.040.225640.12654.0100664.0100670.50.56840.040.06940.040.070ST200 10.0 ST200 250.0ST250 10.0 ST250 250.0Real Value Parameters(INCH spec.)(MM spec.)Indentation depth (radius value) ...

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    5 - 7No.DescriptionStandard set Value71ST200 6.0ST200 150.0ST250 8.0ST250 200.072ST200 8.8ST200 220.0ST250 10.0 ST250 250.073ST200 3.0ST200 75.0ST250 4.0ST250 100.0741175007600770.020.5780.082.0790.80.880ST200 5000 ST200 5000ST250 4200 ST250 420081ST200 5000 ST200 5000ST250 4200 ST250 42008215001...

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    5 - 8No.DescriptionStandard set Value860.80.8870.80.88800890.80.890ST200 0.3ST200 0.3ST250 0.5ST250 0.5910.650.65920.0020.1931.01.094-1-19533960.50.5970.50.59833990.0821000.154Real Value Parameters(INCH spec.)(MM spec.)Coefficient which determines a feed rate for the OD roughing and cutting-offof...

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    5 - 9No.DescriptionStandard set Value1011251020.70.71030010400105001060.50.51070.30.31080.70.71090.70.71100.60.611100112-5.1-130.011300114001150.020.5116001178020001185.05.01193.03.0Real Value Parameters(INCH spec.)(MM spec.)Tool diameter which determines a feed rate and a depth of cut in ID roug...

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    5 - 10No.DescriptionStandard set Value1203.03.01213.03.0122001230.70.712411125001260.950.951271.051.05Real Value Parameters(INCH spec.)(MM spec.)Connecting time of rotating tool (second)Disconnecting time of rotating tool (second)For other machines (Don’t change.)Depth of cut for the first tool...

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    5 - 11<METRIC>

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    5 - 123.Alphabet ParametersFormat Description of Set Values for 0 ~ 9, 47, 48, 64 ~ 69, 82, 88 and 89Example : X-7.3 where ; X : Address- : 0 at the beginning can be omitted.7 : Number of digits. : A decimal point can be input.3 : Number of digitsAlphabet Parameters 1No.DescriptionSet Value0Progr...

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    5 - 13No.DescriptionSet Value28M code for optional stopM01M0129M code for program end & rewindM30M3030M code for spindle forward startM03M0331M code for spindle reverse startM04M0432M code for spindle stopM05M0533M code for coolant startM08M0834M code for coolant stopM09M0935M code for enabli...

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    5 - 14Alphabet Parameters 1No.DescriptionSet Value65Address and number of digits for rotating direction (absolute)C-7.4C-7.366Address and number of digits for rotating direction (increment)H-7.4H-7.367Address and number of digits for R point coordinate value inR-7.4R-7.3drilling canned cycle of C...

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    5 - 15Alphabet Parameters 1~No.DescriptionSet Value98Unused99Unused100Unused101Unused1501511st (F1 key) material name#1045 ST #1045 ST1522nd (F2 key) material name#4140 ST #4140 ST1533rd (F3 key) material name#6061 AL #6061 AL1544th (F4 key) material name#30 C. I.#30 C. I.1555th (F5.key) material...

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    5 - 16No.200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017201820192020202120222026202720282029Alphabet Parameters 2DescriptionUnusedUnusedNC data pattern of a beginning portion in case of bar work(chuck work)NC data pattern of a beginning portion in case of chuck work (with...

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    5 - 17No.20302031203220332034203520362037203820392040204120422043204420452059Alphabet Parameters 2DescriptionNC data of a beginning portion of a program with 5° index + rotating tool specificationNC data of a beginning portion of each process of a program with 5° index + rotating toolspecificat...

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    5 - 18mark*00*03*06*09*15*18*21Details of function (*xx) in Alphabet ParametersDescriptionNC data output Startfrom an automaticprogramTool changecommand Txx00Spindle gear rangeoutput M40,M41 and M42Coolant start M08Retun to toolreplacement G30 W0 G30 U0or G00 Zxxxx G00XxxxxRapid transverseam...

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    5 - 19<METRIC><Common with each machine>

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    5 - 20No.0123456789634.Bit ParametersDescriptionUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedStandard set Value0000000000~

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    5 - 21No.01234567891011121319202122315.Interger Value ParametersDescriptionUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedUnusedSpindle maximum speed (min-1) for spindle rotating range 1Spindle maximum speed (min-1) for spindle rotating range 2Spindle maximum speed (min-1) for spindle rotating range 3Spindle maxi...

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    5 - 22No.DescriptionDescription of Spindle Maximum Speed (min-1) for 7: A maximumspindle speed for a process (spot drilling, drilling, threading, tapping,reaming or endnilling) to be output can be limited by a spindle speedcommand for 0007 (G97 Sxxxx).(changeable)Example)when threading the inner ...

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    5 - 23No.76.Details of Parameter Functions(Described with standard set values)Integer Value ParametersDrilling movement can be changed by setting the integer value parameter No. 11 to 1, 2 and 3respectively. (The cut depth of cycles 2 and 3 is based on the set value of real value parameter44.)Whe...

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    5 - 24When a parameter set value is 2When a parameter set value is 3When the real value parameter 0044 is “0.5”When the real value parameter 0044 is “0.5”1st time: Tool diameter × 0.52nd time: Tool diameter × 0.53rd time: Tool diameter × 0.54th time: Tool diameter × 0.5CuttingdepthSet...

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    5 - 25No.14Real Value ParametersWhether parts other than the 1st end face is to be cut in a longitudinal or diametrical direction isdetermined, depending on the set value of the real value parameter No. 14.When a parameter set value is 10Work which cuts parts other than the 1st end face in the di...

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    5 - 26Selecting the tool for the following workpieces with a standard set valueParameter No. 15Parameter No. 16Removal amount 0.04 IN/1.0 MMRemoval amount0.008 IN/0.2 MMRemoval amount 0.008 IN/0.2 MMRemoval amount0.04 IN/1.0 MMAn end face is to be provided with roughingand finishing.An outer dia...

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    5 - 27No.20DescriptionDetermination of a sequence No. outputting method0 : Outputs up to Nxx98.1 : Outputs the top of each process only.Standard set Value1~When 0 is set:N100 T0100 M40N101 G96 S500 M08N198 X_Z_X_Z_When 1 is set:N100 T0100 M40G96 S500 M08M01N200 T0200 M40G97 S_ M08~~~~~...Note) Th...

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    5 - 28Conditions for machining the inner diameter with 2 drills (in ease of standard set value)The inner diameter is not machined with 2 drills, unless both set values for the parameter No.25 and 26 are met.The 2nd drill is output first.2nd drill1st drill1st drillShould be over 1.5.Should be over...

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    5 - 29In case of standard set valueOnly drilling for φ0.35 IN/φ9 MMφ1.18 IN/φ30 MM to be machined with anID boring barBoth φ0.43 IN/φ11 MM and φ1.18 IN/φ30MM to be machined with an ID boring barNote) Only the 1st drill can cope with.When the parameter No. 28 is set to its standard set val...

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    5 - 30No.29DescriptionCoefficient to determine the approach and retreat of the boring barwhich cuts a part left uncut in ID denting.Clearance set in the cutting condition file for ID roughing × set value =distanceStandard set Value8When the clearance set in the cuttingcondition file for ID rough...

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    5 - 31No.33DescriptionOutput the NC data to machine the remaining area of OD, ID recessingby grooving tool. 3 : Remaining area of OD recessing. 300 : Remaining area of ID recessing.Standard set Value030 : Rough and finish surface recessingby grooving tool No. 157.(When number of tens is 3.)...

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    5 - 32Both roughing and finishing of OD and IDare performed with the same tool.A finishing allowance is 0.012 IN/0.3 MMWhen either an OD end face element or ID element has a symbol smaller than a set value forthe parameter No. 0032, finishing is performed with a finishing tool.Notes)Both roughin...

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    5 - 33For the standard set value (ST200)When a sum of premachined holediameter + pitch is larger than the setvalue, machining is performed with athreading boring bar.For the standard set value (ST200)Threading is performed with a tap.When the set value is 0.5 and respective removal amounts are 0....

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    5 - 34No.40Cutting other than the 1st end faceNote) End facing means cutting in an arrow direction.Note) Since NC data for cutting a specified outer diameter is output in case of end facing,specify larger than an actual workpiece diameter.DescriptionProtective angle to a tool’s sub-cutting edge...

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    5 - 35When an ID removal is over 0.787 IN / 20 MM for single wall thickness, drillomg is performed.Spot drilling tool diameter = Maximum diameter registered in the tool file < Blank OD × set valuefor the parameter No.45Tool diameterSpot drilling depth =2+ Set Value for parameter 59Conditions ...

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    5 - 36In the following work, machining is performed with a φ1.187 IN/φ29 MM drill.Note) When inputting the finish shape, C chamfering and R chamfering are not required to bespecified.For the NC data for chamfering, the program at the tool nose point 3 is output. Tool widthcompensation G150 and ...

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    5 - 37Note) NC data for roughing in a square indentation are not output.When deeper thanthe set valueWhen shallowerthan the set valueWhen deeper thanthe set valueWhen shallowerthan the set value 0.04 (IN)When a set value for 55 is 1.0 (MM)0.04 IN1 MM(Radius value)NC data outputNo.DescriptionSt...

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    5 - 38When a spindle speed is 954 rpm and a pitch is 16 Top/INCH(0.0625 IN)/2.0 MMNo.DescriptionStandard set Value600.082(INCH spec.) (MM spec.)Projection amount from a blank’s rear end face in drillingφ0.08 INφ2 MMδ2 = × 1.2= 0.0397 IN0.0625 × 9541800δ1 = × 5.0 = 0.1656 ...

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    5 - 39Set value = 2.0 (Less than 99.0)For chamfer CFor chamfer RTool change positions with standard set valuesOD tool change positionID tool change positionNo.78DescriptionLength added to approach of the chamfering part Tool nose radius Rselected automatically + setting value = Approach length<...

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    5 - 40No.79Finish feed rate by finish symbol (nose R 0.0312 IN)( nose R 0.8 MM)(INCH spec.)50 8 × 0.0312 × 0.001 × 0.8 = 0.0126 IN/rev25 8 × 0.0312 × 0.0005 × 0.8 = 0.0089 IN/rev12 8 × 0.0312 × 0.0002 × 0.8 = 0.0057 IN/rev 6 8 × 0.0312 × 0.0001 × 0.8 = 0.004 IN/rev(MM...

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    5 - 41No.858687Depth of cut and feed rate when a hexagonal material #1045 STOD roughingCutting speed500 FT/min × 0.8 = 400 FT/min130 m/min × 0.8 = 104 m/minFeed rate0.012 IN/rev × 0.8 = 0.0096 IN/rev0.25 MM/rev × 0.8 = 0.2 MM/revDepth of cut0.1 IN × 0.8 = 0.08 IN2.5 MM × 0.8 = 2.0 MMCutting...

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    5 - 42WHW ≥ Setting value of 0021, HMachining by plural passes.W < Setting value of 0021 HW < Setting value of 0021 HTool positions when grooving with a tool width of 0.125 IN/4 MMWhen a set value is 0.8 0.8 × 4 mm = 3.2 mmPosition 1 100 - (3.2 × 2) = 93.6Position 3 93....

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    5 - 43No.89DescriptionCoefficient which determines a cutting width in grooving. Set Value × Tool Width = Cutting WidthStandard set Value0.8Tool position when grooving with the tool width of 0.125 IN/4 MM2nd tool positionSet Value × tool width = cutting width0.8 × 0.125 IN = 0.1 IN0.8 × 4 ...

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    5 - 44Cutting the lead of 16 Top INCH (0.0625 IN)/2.0 MMFinal cut1st cutNo.DescriptionStandard set Value630.040.225910.650.65920.0020.1491.01.0931.01.0(INCH spec.) (MM spec.)Coefficient which determines the 1st depth of cut for thread (radius value).Set value × Pitch entered = 1st depth of c...

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    5 - 45No.9495969798DescriptionSelection of feeding when the bar stopper is used.0 : Feed per revolution (G99), r.p.m. is stored in the cutting conditionfile (for weight bar feeder)(Ex.)2000: Specifies feed per minute (G98)-1: When the super bar feed (BS65) is used (Default value is forsuper bar f...

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    5 - 46The following cutting method is employed up to a pitch of 0.08 IN/2.0 MM.Cutting method 1The following cutting method is employed up to a pitch of 0.15 IN/4.0 MM.Cutting method 2The following cutting method is employed when a pitch is larger than 0.15 IN/4.0 MM.Cutting method 3No.Descripti...

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    5 - 47Depth of cut in cutting condition file × 0.7Feed rate in cuttingcondition fileφ1.25 INφ32 MMDepth or cut in cutting condition fileCutting conditionfile × 0.7No.DescriptionStandard set Value1011251020.70.7(INCH spec.) (MM spec.)Tool diameter which determines a feed rate and depth of cut ...

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    5 - 48When 0 is specified, it is determined by setting of the real value parameter 94.When 5 is specified and data are set in 2022 through 2026 of the character parameter 2, thoseset data are output.(Ex.)Character parameter 2 2022 N1000 T1000; G00 X100.0 Z10.0 M05 ; 2023 Z-55.0;X50.0;G01 G98...

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    R - 1REFERENCE MATERIAL1.When More Tools Are Automatically Selected Than the Numberof Turret Faces (Tool Mounting Faces) Depending onWorkpiece ShapeWhen the “machining contents setting” screen for automatic determination is displayed,a message "TOO MANY TOOLS NECESSARY, THEREFORE NC DATA...

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    R - 22.Input Example of Blank Shape and Final Shape[Example 1] OD/ID End Facing (METRIC spec.)End pointStart point1. Blank shape inputMATERIAL: #1045 STSHAPE: BAR W/HOLEO.D.: 100LENGTH: 40I.D.: 25FACE REMOVAL : 2.52. Final shape inputNEW PROGRAMSTART POINT: THRU HOLESTART PT. X: 30START PT. Z: 3...

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    R - 3[Example 2] OD Grooving, ID Grooving, OD Right-handed Threading and ID Right-handedThreading (METRIC spec.)1. Blank shape inputMATERIAL: #1045 STSHAPE: BAR W/HOLEO.D.: 110LENGTH: 65I.D.: 48FACE REMOVAL : 22. Final shape inputNEW PROGRAMSTART POINT: THRU HOLESTART PT. X: 51.015START PT. Z: 63...

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    R - 45ELEM:END PT. X: 67.01END PT. Z: ( )S. FINISH:END RELIEF : ( )256ELEM:END PT. X: 70.01END PT. Z: 15ANGLE: ( )S. FINISH: ( )END RELIEF : ( )7ELEM:END PT. X: ( )END PT. Z: 20S. FINISH: ( )END RELIEF : ( )1ST CORNER :SIZE: 0.22ND CORNER: ( )SIZE: ( )3RD CORNER: ( )SIZE: ( ...

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    R - 5[Example 3] End Face Grooving (METRIC spec.)1. Blank shape inputMATERIAL: #1045 STSHAPE: BAR W/HOLEO.D.: 120LENGTH: 55I.D.: 40FACE REMOVAL : 2.42. Final shape inputNEW PROGRAMSTART POINT: THRU HOLESTART PT. X: 45.77START PT. Z: 52.6S. FINISH:END RELIEF: NOCENTERING: NOSymbol Input (The items...

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    R - 611ELEM:END PT. X: 120END PT. Z: ( )S. FINISH:END RELIEF : ( )7ELEM:1ST ELEM:END PT. Z: 10.12ND ELEM:END PT. X: 953RD ELEM:END PT. Z: 2.11ST CORNER :SIZE: 12ND CORNER: ( )SIZE: ( )3RD CORNER: ( )SIZE: ( )4TH CORNER :SIZE: 1NO. OF GRV. : 1GRV. PITCH: ( )S. FINISH: 508ELEM:END PT....

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    R - 7[Example 4] Formed Bar (METRIC spec.)1. Blank Shape inputMATERIAL: #4140 STSHAPE: FORMEDO.D.: 120LENGTH: 55FACE REMOVAL : 2.5NEW PROGRAMSTART POINT: THRU HOLESTART PT. X: 38START PT. Z: 52.5Symbol Input (The items enclosed by parentheses in the following input display are defaults(only the ...

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    R - 82. Final shape InputNEW PROGRAMSTART POINT: THRU HOLESTART PT. X: 45.75START PT. Z: 52.5S. FINISH:END RELIEF: NOCENTERING: NOSymbol Input (The items enclosed by parentheses in the following input display are defaults(only the INPUT key to be pressed).)Note) When you want to specify the par...

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    R - 9[Example 5] Tangent of Circle and Straight Line (METRIC spec.)1. Blank Shape inputMATERIAL: #60610 ALSHAPE: BAR W/HOLEO.D.: 110LENGTH: 78I.D.: 45FACE REMOVAL : 2.52. Final Shape InputNEW PROGRAMSTART POINT: THRU HOLESTART PT. X: 49.117START PT. Z: 75.5S. FINISH:END RELIEF: NOCENTERING: NOSym...

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    R - 108ELEM:END PT. X: ( )END PT. Z: ( )RADIUS: 4CENTER-X: 70.01CENTER-Z: 3INTERSECT : SMOOTHS. FINISH: ( )7ELEM:END PT. X: ( )END PT. Z: 3S. FINISH:END RELIEF : ( )9ELEM:END PT. X: 61.9END PT. Z: ( )ANGLE: 45INTERSECT : SMOOTHS. FINISH: ( )END RELIEF : ( )11ELEM:END PT. X: ( ...

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    R - 11[Example 6] Intersecting Point of Straight Line and straight Line (METRIC spec.)1. Blank Shape inputMATERIAL: #6061 ALSHAPE: ROUND BARO.D.: 50LENGTH: 30FACE REMOVAL : 2Symbol Input (The items enclosed by parentheses in the following input display are defaults(only the INPUT key to be pres...

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    R - 128ELEM:END PT. X: 45END PT. Z: 1ANGLE: ( )S. FINISH: ( )END RELIEF : ( )7ELEM:END PT. X: 41.5END PT. Z: ( )S. FINISH: ( )END RELIEF : ( )9ELEM:END PT. X: ( )END PT. Z: ( )S. FINISH:END RELIEF : ( )11ELEM:END PT. X: 45END PT. Z: ( )RADIUS: 13CENTER-X: 65CENTER-Z: 11.15INT...

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    R - 13[Example 7] Intersecting Point of Straight Line and Circle (METRIC spec.)1. Blank Shape inputMATERIAL: #1045 STSHAPE: ROUND BARO.D.: 100LENGTH: 52FACE REMOVAL : 2Symbol Input (The items enclosed by parentheses in the following input display are defaults(only the INPUT key to be pressed).)...

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    R - 145ELEM:END PT. X: ( )END PT. Z: 2.5S. FINISH: ( )END RELIEF : ( )4ELEM:END PT. X: 30END PT. Z: 13ANGLE: 40S. FINISH: ( )END RELIEF : ( )6ELEM:END PT. X: 40END PT. Z: 0RADIUS: 20CENTER-X: ( )CENTER-Z: ( )INTERSECT : RIGHTS. FINISH:8ELEM:END PT. X: 55END PT. Z: 2.5RADIUS: 20CENT...

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    R - 15[Example 8] When Not Roughing and Finishing the 1st End Face (METRIC spec.)When the 1st end face has not cutting allowance, the use of a finish symbol “~” preventsit from being machined.Symbol Input (The items enclosed by parentheses in the following input display are defaults(only the ...

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    R - 16[Example 9] When the formed bar has an indentation on its outer/inner figure and it is not cut,it is possible to make both roughing and finishing not output by inputting the blankshape as an indentation and specifying a finish symbol “~” when inputting thefinish shape. (METRIC spec.)Sym...

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    R - 17ELEM:END PT. X: 120END PT. Z: ( )ELEM:END PT. X: ( )END PT. Z: 47ELEM:END PT. X: ( )END PT. Z: 90Final Shape InputNEW PROGRAMSTART POINT: THRU HOLESTART PT. X: 35START PT. Z: 90S. FINISH:END RELIEF: NOCENTERING: NOELEM:SIZE (C/R): 0.5S.FINISH: ( )ELEM:SIZE (C/R): 1.0S. FINISH: ( )...

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    R - 183.How to Always Output High-speed Steel Drill (Nose Angle 118°)<Procedure> 1. Display the tool file (drill) screen found in the machining condition file.2. Enter the line of file No. 73 as follows.Classified No. 2, File No. 73, Shape No. 2, Tool nose angle 118, Minimumdiameter 1, Max...

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    R - 19MULTI System Lathe Automatic Programming Plan Input Date SheetUser Name _____________ Work Name ______________Program Name _____________BLANK SHAPEMATERIAL( _____________________________________________________ )SHAPE(ROUND BAR, ROUND BAR W/HOLE, HEX BAR, FORMED SHAPE)DIA.( ________________...

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    R - 20ANGLE INTE-T. LEADT.LENGTHTHLEAD(T.) RELIEFCHAMF. SECTNO. GRV.SV.PITCH LCH NO THRO DIRDEPTHELE. END DIA. END LNGT RADIUSCENTER-X CENTER-Z RMF T.ANGLELEMENT INPUT(CONTINUED)S.FINISH

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