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    Hitachi Seiki DeutschlandWerkzeugmaschinen GmbH TURNING CENTERST200/250INSTRUCTION MANUAL64 OPERATIONSEICOS - pcFlexiVersion 1.01 BO-1782-1-0300-E-1-01

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    IntroductionThank you for your having purchased the machine, favoring our product lines for your use.This manual contains fundamental information on the machine operation. Please read and fullyunderstand the contents for your safe machine operation.In particular, the contents of the items concer...

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    iCONTENTS1 OPERATION OF MACHINE.................................................................. 1 - 11.Daily Maintenance .............................................................................................................1 - 12.Explanation of Outline of Main and NC Operation Panel ......

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    ii8-6Range Assignment Edit Operation (Program Screen Only) .................................... 1 - 658-7Word Convert (Program Screen Only) .................................................................... 1 - 678-8Deletion of Program ..............................................................

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    1 - 11. Daily MaintenanceTo keep the machine in the good condition any time, taking precautions against the machinetroubles, it is the most important to maintain and check the machine periodically as well as tocheck daily.Checking servicing should be done based on the chapter 2 “Daily checking ...

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    1 - 22. Explanation of Outline of Main and NC Operation Panel2-1 Main Operation PanelNo.NameFunctionRemarks[1]POWER ON/The power of NC unit is ON./Make theThe power ON lamp lights.STANDBYmachine condition ready to operate.[2]EMERGENCYMake the machine condition impossible to Emergency stop is disp...

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    1 - 3No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]MEMORYSelect the effective or ineffective ofSet to the lock and pullout the keyediting operation of program andafter edition.parametor. [1]

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    1 - 4 [9]No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]ZERO RETURNReturn to the reference point in the order At the time of power on, please beKEYof X and Z a...

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    1 - 5No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]TOOL INDEX STARTIn the manual mode:KEYBy pressing this key and the SELECT keysimultaneously, the tool rest startsrotation.[2]SELECT KEY[3]COOLANT MANUALTo direct coolant supply manuallyKEYON/OFF[1][2][3]

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    1 - 6 No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]JOG KEYSelect when executing the operation ofUnder manual mode.the manual continuous feed.[2]+X, -X KEYThe manual continuous feed is available Set the feedrate by the feedrateat the JOG mode.switch.Move continuous in the selected direction When the +X key is kept ...

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    1 - 7No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]FEEDRATESelect the feedrate when0~5000mm/minSWITCHexecution of the manual15 stepscontinuous feed or program checkoperation (dry run).[2]HANDLEExecute the handle feed (a fine100div./ rev.feed of the machine), when one of A feed amount per division isthe X, Z, ZB or C ...

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    1 - 8No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]MDISelect when MDI input by the CRTAutomatic modeoperation panel of NC unit.[2]EDITSelect when editing program stored.Automatic mode[3]MEMORYSelect when execution of program stored. Automatic mode ...

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    1 - 9No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]PROGRAMMake the stop condition of spindle andCHECKcoolant besides the dry run function.[2]SINGLEStop after execution of one block andBLOCKmove to the execution of next block by thestart key.[3]OPTIONALProgram stops by the M01 on theSTOPprogram.Press the program start...

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    1 - 10No.NameFunctionRemarks[1]PROGRAM STARTStart automatic operation.KEY(MDI, Memory)[2]PROGRAM FEEDHalts automatic operation.MST function is kept on whileHOLD KEYFeeding only decelerates andthe work continues, and haltsstops.when completed.[3]FEEDRATEFeed rate can be changed in theOVERRIDErange...

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    1 - 112-2 NC Operation Panel

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    1 - 12ONGXYZ7 8 9 | ! % , - ¥FDHUVW4 5 6 < > “ { } _MSTIJK1 2 3 HELP ‘ & [ ] ?PQRABC-0· AUX. ; : ...

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    1 - 13No.NameDescription[1]RESET key[2]Function keys[3]Maintenance Menu Display key[4]RETURN key[5]AUX. key[6]HELP key[7]Address and Numerical keys[8]SHIFT key[9]INPUT key[10]CANSEL key[11]ORIGIN key[12]DELETE, ALTER and INSERTkeys[13]Cursor key[14]Page key[15]OPER. GUIDE[16]MACHINE key[17]MENU S...

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    1 - 142-3 Chip Conveyor Operation Panel1) Chip Conveyor Operation PanelChip Conveyor OperationPanel Diagram2) FunctionNo.NameTypeFunction[1]FOWARDPush ButtonForward switch is valid in manual mode only.The action is kept on.[2]REVERSEPush ButtonReverse switch is valid in manual mode only.Inching o...

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    1 - 153. Procedure of Machine Operation3-1 At the Time of Start[1] Turn on the power source switch.[2] Supply air pressure.[3] Turn on the power switch of the powercontrol cabinet.[4] Press the POWER/STANBY [ON] on theleft corner of themain control panel.CautionMain panel and NC unit is sealed ty...

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    1 - 163-2 Warming-up Operation of SpindleCautionIt is important to keep status of bearing in good condition by lubrication, etc., to makethe spindle rotate normally. Sudden rotation of the spindle may cause sticking of thebearings because of shortage of lubricating oil at the bearing section. T...

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    1 - 173-3 Procedure of Zero ReturnThis function is conveniently designed to return the turret head to the machine zero point inorder of the X- and Z-axis in single-touch operation.Method 1 of zero return[1] Make a mode to [JOG].Move the X- and Z-axis about 100 mm inthe minus direction.[2] Press t...

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    1 - 183-4 At the End of Operation[1] Clean up the machine.Stop the chip conveyor after all chipscarried out from the conveyor.[2] Confirm the machine stopped completely.•Spindle rotation•Program•X and Z axes•Coolant•Chip conveyor[3] Press the [EMERGENCY STOP] buttonon the main operatio...

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    1 - 194. Manual Operation4-1 Feed of Each Axis— In case of manual feed —[1] Press the [JOG] for mode select pushbutton switch.You may select the [HANDLE] either.[2] Set the manual federate rotary switch tosuitable speed.Move the machine to desired direction bythe manual feed direction push ...

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    1 - 20— In case of the handle feed —[1] Select the axis by the axis push buttonswitch.[2] Fine feed can be done by the manualhandle.•When select 1/1: One division is0.001mm•When select 10/1: One division is0.01mm•When select 100/1: One division is0.1mmIn case of the spindle indexing C a...

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    1 - 21Zero return lamp turns onPress the [TOOL INDEX] and[SELECT] at the same time.4-2 Operating Method of Q-setterA tool position compensating value can be get easily, since a tool position compensation isinputted automatically by touching a tool tip to the Q-setter.In case of the turret rotates...

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    1 - 22[5] Confirm a tool face on the turret andoffset number.A tool face selected at this moment isrecognized by a cursor position.[6] Approach a tool tip to the tool setter(Q setter)Procedure (1) Handle magnification key100/1(2) Rotate a handle to minusdirection.[7] Position a tool tip to the ce...

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    1 - 23[9] Execute a tool tip measurement by touching a tool tip to the sensor twice or so.Confirm a tool compensationamount on the screen.[10] Retract a tool tip from the sensor to safety zone by[HANDLE] mode. A safety zone is a position which is notinterfered a tool and sensor even if the turre...

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    1 - 24How to get a tool compensating amount for a tooltip may not be touch the Q-setterA work coordinate system setting should bedone before executing this operation.A correct compensating amount can not befound without a work shift operation.1.“How to get a tool compensating amountfor a longit...

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    1 - 25[3]Touch a tool to the end face ofworkpiece.It the end face is a black skin,execute it after cutting a black skin.CautionReduce a magnification of the handle to avoid a breakage of tool and apply a paperbetween a workpiece and tool.3.0Machining reference point[4] watch a position “Z” of...

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    1 - 26OTool compensating amountA value subtract a removal amount (L) from a tool position (Z).Toll compensating amount (Z) = Tool position (Z) - Removal amount (L)Example: Tool compensating amount = (150.0) - (3.0) = 147.0147.0 is a tool compensating amount of the longitudinal direction.[5] ...

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    1 - 27How to get a tool compensating amount for a tool tip may not be touched the Q-setter.2.“How to get a tool compensating amountfor a radial direction (X) ”It is the same as longitudinal directionfrom the item [1] to [3]. Refer it to them.[4]Cut a workpiece.or[5]Watch a position “X” of...

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    1 - 28OTool compensating amountA value subtract a diameter of workpiece (φD) from a tool position (X).Toll compensating amount (X) = Tool position (X)- machined diameter of workpiece (φD)Example: Tool compensating amount = (65.0) - (63.0) = 2.02.0 is a tool compensating amount of the diameter ...

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    1 - 294-3 Q-setter Repeat FunctionThrough a simple operation, you can repeatedly perform measurement on tip changing of a toolwhich has already been subject to measurement in Q setter.4-3-1 Procedures [1] Push F6/Q-SETTER REPEAT on Tool (Compensation) page, Window page for Q setterrepeat is d...

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    1 - 304-3-2 Function KeyF4/ Repeat Measurement Start :“OK? Y- Yes N- No” message appears. With Y ,measurement starts.F5/ Repeat Measurement Halt :Measurement operation is stopped.F6/ Function Return:Screen display returns to Tool Compensation.F7/ Data Delete:On appearance of a window, s...

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    1 - 31The following example describes the case when the virtual nose point is 1:(See Fig. 7-3(b))[1] Shifted in rapid traverse from Start Point (PO) to Point 1 (PO).[2] Shifted in rapid traverse from P1 to P2.[3] Shifted in rapid traverse from P2 to P3.[4] Shifted in feed speed from P3 to the end...

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    1 - 32Fig. 7-3(c) Working PatternsFig.MD62200[12]MD62200[13]MD62200[13]MD62200[14]MD62200[14]2386417095

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    1 - 33Caution1.When a tool has been changed, be sure to manually apply it to Q setter.2.Apply it to Q setter only once.3.Approaching, in rapid traverse, from the sensor to the place just before the clearanceamount on approach, touch the sensor in the feed rate (mm/min).4.Single block is held vali...

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    1 - 34#4 =0 The Q setter interlock is invalid.=1 The Q setter interlock is valid.#7 =0 The Q setter barrier check is invalid.=1 The Q setter barrier check is valid.MD62200[4] Q setter contact area + Side coordinate value X (mm) (set by the radius)MD62200[5] Q setter contact area + Side coordinate...

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    1 - 354-4 How to Shape Soft JawIn order to manufacture precision products of high commercial value, without flaws onworkpiece, a soft jaw is formed. By forming a soft jaw matching with the chuck, cutting workcan be performed safely and steadily thus the accuracy of processed goods will improve. ...

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    1 - 36 (3) Function KeyF2/SET UP:The Setup window appears and allows you to specify the spindlespeed and turret indexing.F3/JAW END SURFAC:“Jaw End Surface Position Setting? Y-Yes/N-No” message isdisplayed. Set with Y .The Z coordinate value of the (soft jaw) tool nose position iscleared...

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    1 - 37 (4) Jaw Configuration And Machining ConditionsThe meaning of each symbol of the jaw shape is as follows:A: I.D./O.D of the first step.B: Depth of the first stepC: Diameter of the ring (core metal) usedD: I.D./O.D of the second step (If value 0 is set, the shape of jaw formed is a single st...

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    1 - 38Caution1.Before starting soft jaw forming, make jaw end face position setting. A warning isissued, If shape check or soft jaw forming is executing without making the end faceposition setting.2.Clamp the maximum spindle revolution during the soft jaw forming with the parametersetting value....

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    1 - 39 (5) Relevant Parameters(GUD)(Reference Values)2075Feed rate magnification in unload cutting of soft jaw forming2074Max. spindle rpm of soft jaw forming(1000rpm)2071Approach amount on finishing in soft jaw forming(10.000mm)2073Relieving amount of soft jaw forming(2.000mm)2072Clearance amoun...

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    1 - 40#106Finish margin < 0#107Chuck outside dia. < 0#108Bolt barrier: Jaw bolt hole pitch < 0#109Bolt barrier: Bolt hole center < 0#110Bolt barrier: Counter bore dia. < 0#111Approach amount < 0#112Clearance amount < 0#113Relieving amount < 0#114Spindle clamp revolution &l...

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    1 - 414-4-2 Soft jaw forming by manual operationStepsOperation methodMovement / Display1As shown figures in theright, insert a ring (coremetal) on the front sideof a jaw. Adjust chuckpressure to the samevalue of the actualoperation.2Obtain toolcompensationamount of the tool usedfor soft jawformi...

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    1 - 42StepsOperation methodMovement / Display4Set “W” of relativecoordinates at 0.(1) Press the key F1/POSITIONThen, screen displays asshown in the rightcolumn.(2) Press F7/ZERO-SET(3) Press F2/W ZERO-SETThen, the value of Wbecomes 0.

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    1 - 43Core metal5.0 Current depth of ClawDirect of cuttingStepsOperation methodMovement / DisplayScrape the jaw by[HANDLE] operation, or inthe [JOG] mode.• For this process:Recommend separatestages of course andfinish processings, as itimproves accuracy of thecutting.• Accuracy improves bycut...

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    1 - 444-5 Manual Type TailstockOperating method of Tailstock and items for attention•Retreat the tailstock to the back end on the base, when the center is not used for chuckwork and others.•Do not use fixed center for the tailstock.Procedures for tailstock operation[1] Set the oil pressure o...

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    1 - 45Re: One-touch Tailstock<<Operation>>1)Manual keyForward keyPressing this key, the tailstock moves forward until the forward end.When it comes into contact with the work, the hydraulic power works.(To suspend the forward move, press the backward key. Whilepressing the SELECT key...

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    1 - 465. Operation by Manual Data Input (MDI)5-1 Program input by MDIA MDI program can be executed by thefollowing operation.[1] Select [MDI] mode on the operation panelof the machine.[2] Press the > key.[3] Key in a MDI program by the address andthe data key.Example: When the spindle rotate...

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    1 - 47[4] When the INSERT key is pressed, acommanded value moves upper sectionof the screen.[5] A command executes when pressing thePROGRAM [START] key.1 If wrong key are inputted bymistake, key in again after pressingthe CANCEL key required number. 2 When a mistake is found on aninputted com...

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    1 - 485-2 Edition of MDI programAn inputted MDI program can be edited thesame as a part program stored in thememory.1.The cursor moves back or forth at a MDIprogram by a block unit when the up anddown CURSOR key is pressed.2.The cursor moves back or forth by a wordunit when the left and right C...

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    1 - 495-3 Operation of MDI program1.Keep a mode of operation panel of themachine a MDI, execute an inputted MDIprogram by pressing the[START] button.CautionPut the cursor at the head of the program,because it executes from the currentposition of the cursor.2.When a MDI program executessequentiall...

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    1 - 506. Registration of ProgramThere are following two methods to register a program into the NC unit.1.Registration from an external input device2.Manual registration by the address/numeral keys6-1 Registration from an external device[1] Connect an input device RS-232-Cterminal and make a possi...

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    1 - 516-2 Manual registration by the address/numeral keys[1] Set a mode [EDIT].[2] Set the memory key to [WRITE].[3] Press the F2/PRGRM key.[4] Key in a desired program No. and pressthe INSERT key.Example:[5] Set the cursor to ; by the cursor key.

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    1 - 52[6] Input a program according to the order ofthe NC program.Example:Data>G28 U0 G 2 8 U 0 EOB INSERT•The EOB key must be inputted atthe end of one block. •Press the CANCEL key when thedata which has inputted want to bedeleted.A word deletes one by one.[7] Press the >...

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    1 - 53 O 1 2 3 4 7. Program No. SearchThere are following two methods to search a program.1.Search by key in a program No.2.Search to utilize the program list.7-1 Search by key in a program No.[1] Set a mode to the [MEMORY] or [EDIT].[2] Set the memory key to [WRITE].[3] Press the F2/P...

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    1 - 547-2 Search to utilize the program list.[1] Set a mode to the [MEMORY] or [EDIT].[2] Set the memory key to [WRITE].[3] Press the F2/PRGRM key.[4] Press the F7/PROGRAM LIST key.[5] Set the cursor to the program No. to besearched by the cursor key and press INPUT key.Calling up program ...

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    1 - 558. Edition of ProgramThe keys to edit a program are as follows; INSERT : Insert a content of key input after the cursor. ALTER: Alter a content of key input at a section of the cursor. DELETE : Delete a section of the cursor.Use it deletion of program as well.8-1 Preparation in Advance at t...

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    1 - 568-2 Search of WordA word can be searched by the followingmethod.1)A method by means of the page andcursor keys.[1]Press the page key and display thepage to be edited.[2]Press the cursor key and move thecursor to the word to be edited.•The cursor moves at a block unit bythe keys.•The ...

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    1 - 57[2]Block searchCheck a word in a block and searcha block which contains a relevantword only.Key in all address and numerals ofone block then press EOB and key.Example: When searching a block ofG02 X130.0 Z120.0 I30.0 F0.5Note) The EOB should be inputted at theend of a block. G 0 2 ...

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    1 - 588-3 Edition of Program(1) Insertion of word, blockNew word is inserted just after the wordcurrently located the cursor.[1]Designate a word immediatelybefore a section to be inserted.[2]Key in a new data to be inserted thenpress the INSERT key.Example: When inserting X100.0 afterG00X 1 ...

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    1 - 59(2) Alteration of wordAlter a word, the cursor located currently,to the new word.Alteration is done by a word unit.[1]Set the cursor to the word to bealtered.[2]Key in the new word then press the ALTER key.Example: Alter S1500 to S2000. S 2 0 0 0 ALTERAfter alterationS1500 replace...

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    1 - 60(3) Deletion of word, blockA word currently located the cursor or acertain boundary of a program can bedeleted.(a) Deletion of word[1]Set the cursor to a word to bedeleted.[2]Press the DELETE key.Example: When deleting S3600Set the cursor to S3600 thenpress the DELETE key.After deletion...

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    1 - 61(b) Deletion of blockIt can be deleted one block at a time.[1]Set the cursor to the head of theblock to be deleted.[2]Press the EOB and DELETE .Example: When deleting a blockG01 X170.0 Z100.0 F0.3Set the cursor to G01 andPress the EOB and DELETE key.After deletionThe block G01 ... i...

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    1 - 62(c) Boundary deletionDelete blocks after the cursor to beforethe designated sequence No.[1]Set the cursor to the head word to bedeleted.[2]Key in the sequence No. just afterthe last block to be deleted andpress the DELETE key.Note) Search the sequence No. beforedeletion and check how far ...

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    1 - 63[4] Search a program wanted to edit.A procedure of search is exactly same asa (front) editing.CautionNever execute a reset operation, since the machine will stops if reset is done duringmachine operation at the time of back ground editing.8-4 Back Ground EditingGenerally, “Editing” mean...

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    1 - 64[5] Execute edition of program.A procedure of edition is exactly same asa (front) editing.[6] End of back ground editing1)Press the F2/FORE GRD EDIT key.A title of screen becomes a“PROGRAM”.It becomes normal editing screen.8-5 Copy of ProgramA program being displayed can be copied onth...

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    1 - 658-6 Range Assignment Edit Operation (Program Screen Only)Two or more blocks of a program in display are collectively deleted or copied into anotherprogram.(1) Starting Range EditRange editing is started.[1]Push F3/RANGE EDIT .Function menu changes into the one for range editing.(2) Assig...

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    1 - 66(3) Canceling Range AssignmentRange editing is interrupted. Range in assignment is made invalid.[1]Push F4/RANGE SET or F3/EXIT .A framed cursor is changed into an ordinary cursor, canceling a range.(4) Storing RangeA program having been assigned in range is stored.[1]Push F5/RANG...

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    1 - 678-7 Word Convert (Program Screen Only)Words not yet being converted are searched in a program, which are rewritten into theconverted words. Converting methods include the following two:(1) The applicable words are searched one by one which are converted as being confirmed.(2) The applicabl...

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    1 - 68[4] Assign a search method for conversion.(a) For individual search:•Indicate, with ↑ / ↓ , the search direction from the cursor position.•When a pre-converted word has been found, “Convert? Y-Yes N-No” appears.•To convert, push Y . Not to convert, push any other...

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    1 - 698-8 Deletion of ProgramThere are following two methods to delete a program.1.Delete it by the program list screen.2.Delete it by key input at the program screen.1)Deleting method by the program listscreen.[1]Press the F7/PROGRAM LIST keyat the program screen.[2]Set the cursor at the progr...

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    1 - 702)Deleting method by key input[1]Display the program screen.[2]Key in the program No. to be deletedand press the DELETE key.Example: In case of deleting O100[3]Against a message “Is it all right todelete?”, press the Y key if youagree.A program keyed in is deleted.3)Continuous delet...

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    1 - 719. Output of ProgramNC program can be outputted to the external in/output equipment.[1] Connect an output device to the RS-232-C terminal and make it ready.[2] Make a mode selection to [EDIT] mode.3)Press the F8/IN/OUTPUT key.A right sketch is displayed.Refer to the instruction manual ofo...

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    1 - 72[4] By pressing F7/ALTER LIST key, Thedisplay of Program No. List is switchedover to that of Program No. Detail.OSelect Program No.Place the cursor at the Program No.to be selected, and press SPACE .An asterisk is marked at the head ofthe Program No. selected.When selecting all programs,...

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    1 - 73or10. Setting of Tool Compensating AmountA tool compensating amount is set automatically by touching a tool tip to the sensor of Q-setter.In this chapter explains a setting method of tool compensating amount by manually.10-1 Setting of Tool Compensating Amount[1] Select the manual mode.[2] ...

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    1 - 74a)Tool offset data has geometry and wearoffset for each offset No. respectively.Tool compensating amount by the Q-setter is inputted in the column ofgeometry offset.b)A cursor moves up and down every timeof pressing the cursor key.c)Each address is as follows;X : Compensating amount ofdiame...

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    1 - 7510-2 Deletion of Tool Compensating (Setting Amount)[1] Select the manual mode.[2] Set the memory key to [write].[3] Set the cursor to the offset No. to be deleted.[4] Press the F7/ DATA CLEAR key.Deleting items are displayed on the screen.• ONE TOOL CLEAR:Delete whole setting amount of...

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    1 - 7611. Setting of Work Offset11-1 Tool Tip Position Setting of Standard Tool at Machine Zero Point.Must be obtained a tool tip position by setting of the Z axis work shift amount, how much apart atool tip position of the standard tool at the machine zero point from machining zero point (X0,Z0)...

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    1 - 77[5] Press the function key F1/COORD.P .“COORD.P Z = ” is displayed on thelower left of the screen.[6] Input the cutting allowance (Allowance).It is written at the “Z” of the machiningreference point shift automatically.1.35“Zo” Z axis shift amount of the work corodinateCutting...

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    1 - 7811-2 Setting of 2nd Reference PointA 2nd Reference Point is easily set as follows.[1] Press the F5/2ND REF. P key.[2] Move the tool rest to the position wherethe 2nd Reference Point is to be set, byhandle operation or jog feeding.[3] Press the F2/ENTER key.Answering the query “OK? Y-Y...

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    1 - 7912. Automatic Operation12-1 In Case of Machining of the First Workpiece with Confirmation of Newly ProducedProgram1)Program Check OperationMove the machine by a program withoutthe spindle rotation and check a toolmovement, interference of tool andcontents of a program.Preparation before pro...

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    1 - 802)Test CuttingCut a workpiece by single block mode ifno trouble is found by program check.[1]Press key set as right sketch.• Single Block [ON].• Optional stop [ON].• Rapid traverse override at 10%[2]Chuck a workpiece and check runout of a workpiece by pressing thespindle [JOG] k...

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    1 - 8112-2 Start from Middle of a ProgramOperation method in case of program edit andrestart when a program is stopped by analarm etc..[1] Retract the tool from the workpiece by[HANDLE] or [JOG].[2] Stop spindle rotation and coolant andpress RESET button. Reset a program.[3] Check a cause of an...

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    1 - 8212-3 Continuous Machining Operation1)Set each switch on the operation panel.[1]Turn [OFF] the single block switch.[2]Set the rapid traverse override at 100%.[3]Set the override switch of federateand spindle at 100%[4]Turn [OFF] program check. (Lampis turned off)[5]Set the switch of optiona...

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    1 - 8312-4 In Case of Insertion of Manual Operation During Automatic Operation[1] Press program [FEED HOLD] and stopthe machine temporarily (Red lamp,upper right of [FEED HOLD], is it) or stopby turn [ON] single block switch.[2] Shift a mode switch to [HANDLE] or[JOG] and execute manual operatio...

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    1 - 8412-5 In Case of MDI Operation in Middle of Automatic Operation[1] Turn [ON] the single block switch onoperation panel.[2] Shift a mode to [MDI] after machinemotion is stopped.[3] Display the program operation screen bypressing the F2/PRGRM key.[4] Input a required action by address keysan...

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    1 - 8513. Setting (Data)13-1 Stored Stroke LimitThis machine has a stored stroke limit which can be set an entry prohibition of a tool in themovable zero of the machine (in the stroke of the machine) for more safety either automatic ormanual operation. This function differ from a mechanical strok...

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    1 - 86(1) Selection of forbidden areaOf the 2nd area, to define whether the “inside” or the “outside” be the forbidden area,you can select by the parameter No.8004. Normally, the “inside” is set as theforbidden area (0 selection).Of the 3rd area, the forbidden are is always “inside...

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    1 - 8714. Operation status, Date and Time14-1 Operation status Select the overall screen and press the MENU SELECT key, then press the F7/OPERATION STATUS key. The setting screen comes on in a window screen.Fig. 2-7 Running StatusThe running status is displayed in the window screen. Input is don...

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    1 - 8814-2 Date and TimePress the ^ key, and then, F4/SYSTEM the maintenance menu. The System screenappears. Set the cursor to “22. Time-Data” on System screen and push INPUT .Date and Time screen appears. The date and time can be set. Input them, seeing thedescription.Fig. 12-5 ...

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    1 - 8915. Plot15-1 PlotPressing the F7/GRAPHIC key displays the Graphic screen (PREVIEW EXIT) (Fig. 7-0) Thisscreen plots the tool path and also displays the following data for reference to plotting.Parameter plotting planeTool nose positionSpindle speed S, feed rate F, tool command TMachini...

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    1 - 9015-2 Plotting ParametersWith the F1/GRAPHIC PARAM menu of the F7/GRAPHIC , the plotting Parameter screen(FIg. 9-0(a) or Fig. 9-0(b)) appears over the Plot screen.This screen allows you to set the plotting parameters.Pressing the F2/RANGE key displays the Range Set screen (FIg. 9-0(a))...

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    1 - 91Fig.9-0(b) Plotting Parameter (Plans Set)Setting plotting parametersFirst move the frame cursor to the column of the paramater to be set using the cursor key .At that time, a simple explanation is displayed in the explanation column.Range set(1) RANGESet the maximum and minimum plotting...

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    1 - 92(5) RAPID LINESpecify a type of rapid traverse lines. The set one is marked with . To alter, select withthe cursor key and press the INPUT key to decide.(6) LINEWhen Plot per Tool is effective, set the changed-to color. To make setting, select colordesignation with the cursor key. T...

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    1 - 93(b) VER. ANGLEAdjust the slope angle of the vertical axis.Example) When the plotting plane is (XYZ) and the horizontal rotation angle is 0°Fig. 9-0 (e) Vertical Rotation Angle(3) AXISSet the axis name which you want to specify. Minus (“-”) can be added to it.

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    1 - 9416. Parameter SettingThe parameter setting is executed by thefollowing procedure.[1] Set the mode to the [MDI].[2] Set the memory key to the [WRITE].[3] Press the > key and make the initialscreen.[4] Press the ^ key and then the F4/SYSTEM key.It becomes the menu screen.

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    1 - 95[5] Set the cursor to “1. PARAMETERS” bycursor key and press the INPUTkey.[6] Set the cursor to the parameter No. to bechanged by the page key orcursor key or direct call by N ∆∆ etc.[7] Change the parameter.The parameter has two types as a dataindicates by 0 or 1 and numeric...

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    1 - 96(b) A data indicated by numerals.1.Key in the new numerals and pressthe INPUT key at the condition ofdisplay as “P: ABS. =” the lower leftof the screen.[8] Procedure after setting1.Press the > key and make theinitial screen.2.Set the memory key to [LOCK].

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