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    NC CENTURION 7 Instruction manual Version 3.5November 2005.1400 Mill LaneWaconia,MN 55,387952 - 442-1410952-442-1401 Technical Support952-442-1418 Parts DepartmentactionURI(http://www.milltronics.net/):http://www.milltronics.net/

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    © Milltronics Manufacturing, 2000. All rights reserved

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    INTRODUCTION This guide describes the principles of this device Centurion 5, 6 and 7. From an operator perspective, there is no visible difference. The functionality of the same in all of these machines. Equipment Centurion 7 offers increased performance, more memory and expedited processing of d...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 16,INTRODUCTION 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 42,F8 (Zone) 42, Main-Run-Dis 42,pl-Graph-Zone 42, (Main 42, screen - Imple 42,mentation-Display 42, - Graphic 42, 42,display 42, - security 42, zone) 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 42, 4...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 87,F7 (BSC) Main-P 87,arms-Setup-BSC 87, (Home 87, Screen 87, - Options 87, - Settings 87, - Correction 87, to the 87, ball- 87,screw 87, pair) 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, 87, ...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 131,F3 (Block) 131, Main-Verf-Block (Main 131, Screen - Chec 131,king 131, - Power) 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 131, 13...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 147,F1 (Std) Main-Ut 147,il-Info-Std (Home 147, Screen 147, - Utilities 147, - Statistics 147, - Standard) 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147, 147,.......

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 210,F8 (CAD) Mill-CA 210,D 210, (milling 210, - CAD) 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 210, 21...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 280,End 280, of program 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 280, 28...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 347,Coordinate 347, Systems 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347, 347,...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 397,Read 397, byte 397, parameters 397, (G995) 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397, 397...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 426,GOSUB 426, and RETURN 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, 426, ...

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    DETERMINATION OF AXES All directions are oriented relative to the tool. The figure below shows the direction of X, Y and Z.1

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    INTRODUCTION The group of commands sent to the CNC work on the machine, called a program. With the help of a specific command tool is moved in a straight line or arc, and run the machine functions such as switching on / off coolant, tool change, or turn on / off spindle. The function of the tool ...

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    INTRODUCTION There are following types of coordinate systems. A. The system of the machineTwo. Working coordinate system 3. The local coordinate system3

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    INTRODUCTION The command to move the tool to the desired position is performed using the values of the coordinates, based in one of the above coordinate systems. Coordinate value is a single component of each axis, X, Y and Z. The coordinate values can be entered in absolute and incremental mode ...

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    SECTION 1 - CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE By definition, the program - a set of commands sent to the CNC machine operation. By choosing the tool moves in a straight line or arc, or switched on and off the motor spindle. The program must specify the command in the sequence of movements of real instrument...

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    SECTION 1 - CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE Program Typically, the program number is specified at the beginning of the program and graduation from the program code (M99, M02, M30) - at the end of the program. They are not mandatory, however, may be advantageous to omit the code to the end of the programs...

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    SECTION 1 - CONFIGURATION SOFTWARERanges format commandsThe base address and range of values of the commands listed in the table below. It should be borne in mind that these figures indicate the maximum limit for the numerical control. These limits will always be greater than or equal to the phy...

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    SECTION 1 - CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE Format commands for the axes: M and G codesThe commands for the axes can be programmed in the format of the calculator. Do not want to zeros before or after the comma. Integers can be programmed without the decimal point. Decimal point can be used with the value...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION The front of the Centurion have two 16-key keypad and 12 function keys. Keyboards are used to enter alphanumeric data requested by the CNC. The upper keyboard is used primarily for entering text characters. To enter a character to another register, simply press a...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThe front panel of Centurion 7 CNC 7200/820010

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONScheme of the main screen A RunTime (run time)During the test period, the program displays the estimated time of execution of production parts. When working in the program, it shows how much time has passed since the start of the program. All data on the periods...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION The scheme of the Status Window A Button "\" changes to "/" to "\" every time the status window is updated. 2Comp: Correction to the tool radius (Left (Left), Right (R) or Cancelled (repealed))3Tool: The first two digits indicate th...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION12 Cycle (Cycle): If the cycle is activated, or a group program with automatic start, in this line it will be displayed. 13 Dwell (pause): If you pause, her time will be counted in the reverse order to zero. 14 Spindle (Spindle): The programmed number of revoluti...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONNote: If the machine has a line of glass used for quill removal, F1 (quill) will reset the position of sleeve. See more information on the scale of quill on page 73, 60, Section 2. F2 (JOG) Main screen - pulsatory movementBefore moving the jog the machine must be...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONor slow jogging speed of movement. Use the F2 (quickly) selected rapid jog. The manufacturer of the machine determines the slow and fast flow rate and can change the values of each of them in the axial parameters. When you press F3 (↔) Mode is selected as the c...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONPlane:Clearance:Interpolation: linear (feed)Submission:Units: absolute / English systemCycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds)Spindle: (rpm = r / min)Coolant: DisabledNumber details:Tool = Tool; Exit = exitNote: F8 can be modified to preserve the correct position i...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThe installation procedure is the correction to the length of the instrumentNote: there is an alternative method to adjust the lengths of instruments wit 47,h.34.Tool length is used to compensate for the difference between the zero point of the Z-axis and the sur...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThe procedure to install the correct working Working shifts the zero-point correction of X and Y axes to the desired position (edge details.) Thus, the item can be programmed from its zero point. In order to determine and set an example see the work of correction...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF4 (Run) Main screen - Implementation(Before running the machine must be set to zero)The key F4 (Implementation) is used to perform an active program. When you press the F4 (Implementation) the following screen appears. RunTime = Period Main-Run = Main screen - ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION RunTime = Period Main-Run-Start = Main screen - Running-Start Active = ActiveCurrent = Next = current next Press the Cycle Start (beginning of the cycle) to start the program from the beginning. Correction: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Cl...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONWhen you click on Cycle Start (Start of cycle) program runs from the beginning. RunTime = Period Main-Run = Main screen - Perform Active = ActiveCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distance Correction: the left by /Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: C...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONFeedhold (Stop feeding) that when pressed, the machine stops. However, in contrast to FeedholdBy F9 (Stop) can exit the Run (Execute) and start a new program. F9 (Halt / Resum) Main screen - Implementation - Stop / Resume If the program was stopped, resume functi...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONWhen the button is activated crossing block, M5 (spindle off the team) will not run. F6 (Displ) Main-Run-Displ (Main screen - Implementation - mapping) Access to key F6 (Displ) (map) is available on many screens. The screen below shows access to the F6 (Displ) fr...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF1 (Dist) Main-Run-Displ-Dist (Main screen - Implementation - mapping - Distance)When the key is activated by F1 (Dist) (distance), the screen displays the current position, next position and the distance it takes to pass. F2 (Error) Main-Run-Displ-Error (Main sc...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF3 (Graph) Main-Run-Displ-Graph (Main screen - Implementation - mapping - Graphical display)If you press F3 (Graph) (graphic display), the control unit switches to display text on a graphic display of the active part program. The following screen appears. RunTime...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION F1 (Rot) Main-Run-Displ-Graph-Rot (Main screen - Implementation - Display - Graphic display - Turn) Length:Rotation: Coolant: Disabled Number details:Done = done(F1-XY, F2-XZ, F3-Y2, F4-ISO)Press the F1, F2, F3 and F4 produced four standard turning parts: XY ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONNote: The screen is scaled automatically displaying the new orientation. F2 (Pan) Main-Run-Displ-Graph-Pan (Main screen - Implementation - Display - Graphic display - Pan) Key F2 (Pan) (Pan) is used to select the pan, through which the operator can pan around the...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF3 (Wind) Main-Run-Displ-Graph-Wind (The main screen - Implementation - Display - Graphic display - Create window)Use the F3 (Wind) (Creation of the window) is selected by a window function, which enables the operator to create a window in a specific area of deta...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF4 (Auto) Main-Run-Displ-Graph-Auto (Main screen - Implementation - Display - Graphic display - Auto-scaling) Use the F4 (Auto) is selected auto-scaling. This function is performed auto-scaling and centering all the details on the screen. F5 (Zoom-) Main-Run-Disp...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONHelp (Clear) (Help (Clear)) Main-Run-Displ-Graph-Clear (Main screen - Implementation - Display - Graphic display - Clear)Use the F10 (Clear) clears the current image buffer. After the command to clear the screen did not show up to verify or re-run the program. F4...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCounter spindle speed Esc = exit Note: The diagnostic screens will be different for machines with various options. The text appearing on screen - from the files and INP.XXX OUT.XXX, where XXX - this extension is to display the desired language on the screen. File...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF7 (Menu) Main-Run-Menu (main screen - Implementation - Menu) Use the F7 (Menu), selected from the screens Run (Execute) or Verify (test) window appears containing a list of all available programs that can be performed. The screen shown below appears when you req...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONand seven characters for file name. The names of the subdirectories are defined as <DIR>. ".." Determine the parent directory to the current. Pressing the HELP (CD), a list of available drives. Note: The file name is enclosed in brackets. If the f...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONIn manual mode, and idle distance covered in one click flywheel true for the Dry Run Feed (feed at idle). When you switch from manual to automatic message for the operator to press "Start cycle". If the operator is in manual mode, and the cycle starts t...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION RunTime = Period Main-MDI = Main Screen - Manual data entry Active = ActiveCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distanceCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Unit...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION(Clockwise arc)(Counterclockwise arc)04 Dwell09 One-Shot Exact Stop(Pause)(Single precision stop) 10 Set Data Mode11 Clear Data Mode(Setup mode data)Mode (data cleansing)12 Clear Floating Zero17 XY Plane(Clearing the floating zero)(Plane XY)18 XZ or ZX Plane19 YZ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION(Operating system 3)(Operating system 4)58 Worksystem 559 Worksystem 6(Operating system 5)(Operating system 6)60 One-Shot Rapid Move61 Exact Stop Mode(One-time accelerated course)(Exact stop mode)63 Tapping Mode On64 Tapping Mode Off(Including mode tapping)(Off m...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION(Completion program)(Including the rotation of the spindle on the hour. Wise)04 Spindle On CCW05 Spindle Off(Including the rotation of the spindle against the hour. Arrows)(Rotation of the spindle off)06 Tool Change07 Mist On(Tool change)(Including coolant in the...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF7 (Parms) Main-Parms (Main screen - Options) Use the F7 (Parms) on the main screen is displayed next page with parameters. RunTime = Period Main-Parms = Main screen - Options Active = ActiveCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distanceCorrection: cancel...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF1 (Setup) Main-Parms-Setup (main screen - Options - Settings) Use the F1 (Setup) displays the parameters that ensure the uniqueness of the control device for a specific machine or application. Pressing the F1 (Setup) the following screen appears. RunTime = Perio...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION RunTime = Period Main-Parms-Setup-Level = Main screen - Options - Settings-level Active = activeCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distanceVALIDATION CODE = code authentication Correction: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interp...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF2 (Prec) Main-Parms-Setup-Prec (Main screen - Options - Settings - Accuracy) Pressing the F2 (Prec) (machine precision), the following screen appears. RunTime = Period Main-Parms-Setup-Prec = Main screen - Options - Settings-Precision Active = ActiveCurrent = c...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONthem to move the cursor to the desired option and enter a new number. Once all numbers have been edited, press the key ESC (Exit) (Exit) to confirm the new number and a return to the previous screen. These settings apply to all numbers that are entered into the c...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThe feed rate when the power is The axis of the spindleThe axis of the primary flywheel sensor (Cent6 and above)Axis 2 of the second flywheel sensor (Cent6 and above)The axis of the third flywheel sensor (Cent6 and above)The new Remote flywheel ... noRW30 new rem...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONTwo. To pass the keyboard, it waits for the transfer, and then there is a delay for another two milliseconds before re-checking the keyboard buffer. This delay allows time for the system administration team retransmission or other commands, such as the inclusion ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONKeyboard with serial connection is deactivated in the following examples:CNC n (demo mode)CNC f (lights the front panel)CNC a (cycles acroloop)CNC af(acroloop cycles and lights the front panel) CNC b (Network management unit, Cent 6)CNC bf(The control unit is a n...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSpindle on in Dry-Run: No (no) means that the spindle will not be included in the (Turning the spindle idle. idle)Yes (yes) means that the spindle will be included inidle.Tool Tables by:The radius or diameter (Tables instrument for)Don't Load CannedNo (no) means ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSpindle orient delay (MS): The delay of the orientation pin (use 0 for(orientation of the delay rolling pin or by e-orientation)spindle)M6 (Tool Change) Macro: The path and name of the program used for M6(M6 macro (change instrument))Put Pot down onYes (yes) mean...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCustom G code O9013Custom G code O9014Custom G code O9015 Custom G code O9016You can not get a special G-code for G0Custom G code O9017 Custom G code O9018Custom G code O9019Custom M code O9020Custom code = M M-code to a specializedCustom M code O9021Custom M ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF4 (Axis) Main-Parms-Setup-Axis (main screen - Options - Preferences - Axis)When you click on F4 (Axis) (Axis), the following screen appears. RunTime = Period Main-Parms-Setup-Axis = The main screen - Options - Settings-Axis Active = ActiveCurrent = current next...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF1 (Edit) (Edit), the cursor moves to the bottom of the screen. Next, move the cursor with the arrow keys on the desired axis or option and enter new values on the keyboard. After entering new values press the button ESC (Exit). The new value is entered and the c...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONVelocity Away From HomeSets the speed at which the axis moves away from(The speed in the direction limit switch starting positionfrom the starting position)X 12.0000 Y 12.0000Z 12.0000Velocity Toward MarkerSets the speed at which the axis of seeking(The speed in ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONRapid VelocitySets the maximum feed rate of G00 (Express delivery)in inches / min or mm / minX 800.0000Y 800.0000Z 800.0000Acc / DecAcceleration / deceleration - a number that determines(Acceleration / deceleration)value at which the axis speed increasesX 20.0000...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONFast Jog VelocityThe rate in inches / min or mm / min.(Jog feed on high speed)X 200.0000Y 200.0000Z 200.0000Jog Key DirectionDetermines whether the Jog to the feed(Direction buttons movement or the movement of the tool table.jog feed) "1" changes direct...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONExcess ErrorSets the distance in inches or mm. (Error error) The machine can keep up with the CNC. NC disconnect X 00.2500system because of the mismatch errors. Y 00.2500= 00.0000 is never an error mismatch. Z 00.2500Rotary = Linear = 0 1Specifies whether the axi...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONHome Switch = Marker = 0 1 Specifies whether the axis of the search for the final(Switch source switch the starting position, then the markerstatus = 0, a marker pulse, or look for the closest marker pulse.pulse = 1)X 00.0000 Y 00.0000 Z 00.0000 Max Handwheel Err...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONHandwheel Gain (KP)The same as the proportional gain. Smaller (Enhancement of the flywheel)values are used to mitigate traffic X 04.0000flywheel. Valid values are within Y 04.0000from 2 to 8.Z 04.0000F5 (Misc) Main-Parms-Setup-Misc (Main screen - Options - Settin...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONOther parameters are edited in the same manner as the power settings. The following is a list and brief description of other parameters. Basic Machine Info (Basic information about the machine) Machine TypeEnter VMD30, etc.(Type of the machine)Machine VersionThe ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSpindle Range AMax. spindle speed for the transfer A(Frequency range Spindle 1)Spindle Range 2Max. spindle speed for the transfer 2(Frequency range.Spindle 2)..Spindle Range 8Max. spindle speed for the transfer 8(Frequency range spindle 8)Spindle RangeSpeed range...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONHard Tap Fudge FactorUsed to adjust the depth of the loop(The configuration parameter rigid tapping. Higherrigid tapping values will lower the amount of excess at the bottom of eachtapping)holes. Feed Back on Mitutoyo ScaleYes (yes) enables feedback on the situat...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONFeedhold G1 and No SpindleIf set to Yes (yes), and the spindle is turned off during(Stop feeding G1 and filing the motion, the control unitno spindle)stops supplying the machine, and displays an error message "Spindle Stopped → Feedhold "(The spindle ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONChiller Fault InputSpecifies the input signal of malfunction(Login failurecooling devices. cooling devices)Cool-Down Time (Min)It is used to stem the flow of the cleaning system(Cent 6 and up)the air. (Cooling time (min) (Cent 6 and above))Lube Cycle TimeIt is us...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCranking Max IPMThis limits the flow rate, but(Maximum number of inches / rev is run manually forat startup)reasonable response to the programmed low feed rates. Regulation of other parameters may cause flywheel mismatch error on the situation at high speeds. Thi...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONwill cause the stop block, waiting for the reset tool change, etc. The lamp is extinguished when any key is pressed or the resumption of traffic. The lamp can be lit during the pauses, the automatic tool changer, orientation, etc., but it will go blank when resum...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONbetween the parts) cleaning every time a key is pressed in the main menu. G18 is Plane XZ (X - major axis), or the plane ZX (Z - (G18-it)the main axis)G93 is 1 /min or 1/sec rate for the inverse supply(G93-it)Special FlagsNormally set to 0(Special pins)Through a ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONG5 #-Z in HandwheelYes (yes) permits the use of keys G5 #-Z mode(G5 #-Z mode flywheel. flywheel)Tool SettingIf set to any tool, the algorithms(Tuning tool)configuration tool jog mode and mode of submission of the flywheel will be given a prompt to the operator in...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION(Lock error 417)implementation or testing program. If you choose to No (no)When you try to change the parameter at run-time error will be displayed 417.Load Tool OffsetsSet to Yes (yes) Every time we run(Loading corrections program, or is manual data entry. Corre...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONPULSEX pulse delay (MS)Pulse delay time in milliseconds that is used to (Pulse delay time PULSE0 and PULSE1PULSEX (ms))Spindle Power RawValue read from the ADC is 0 to 255(Spindle power source)Spindle Power ScaleMultiplier to obtain the power values (Scale of spi...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSoft Start Delay (secs)The delay time to permit movement of the axes(Delay starter (s))After rebooting the machine.Software related to European codes for opening the safety door switch. Below is a description of the software relative to the button Set Up (Configu...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONflywheel. (It is difficult to generate speed in excess of 1000 mm / min in this mode). Change the distance to a mouse flywheel also require a password, which can only be obtained from the manufacturer of the machine. If the door is opened during operation of the ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONRunTime = Period Main-Parms-Setup-OVRs-FdOvr = Main screen-Options-Settings-Correction-correction flow rate Active = ActiveCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distanceSettings feedrate Correction: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONExit = ExitF5 (HwOvr) Main-Parms-Setup-OVRs-HwOvr (Main screen - Options - Settings - Correction - Correction of the flywheel)Use the F5 (HwOvr) (Correction of the flywheel) output switch settings for flywheel switch feedrate. These settings determine how the axi...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION Exit = ExitF6 (SpOvr) Main-Parms-Setup-OVRs-SpOvr (Main screen - Options - Settings - Correction - Correction of the spindle)Use the F6 (SpOvr) 16 switch settings are displayed correct spindle. These settings are the percentages by which the correction will b...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSettings adjustment spindle Correction: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) Spindle: (rpm = r / min) Coolant: ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONInformation about the correction in the ball-screw pairThe new gap - 0.5000A: Off.Y: Off.Z: off.Correction: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycl...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF2 (Coord) Main-Parms-Coord (Main screen - Options - Contact)Use the F2 (Coord) (coordinates) on the options screen displays the parameters associated with the different coordinate systems control device. To modify the operating parameters of coordinates to use k...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONWork = Working WorkCoords = working positionSubset = a subsetCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) S...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF3 (TOOL) Main-Parms-Tool (main screen - Options - Tools)Use the F3 (Tool) (tool) displays the following screen. RunTime = Period Main-Parms-Tool = Main screen - Options - Tools Active = ActiveCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distanceTool = ToolLength...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONvalue, so that small quantities can be easily added to or subtracted from the values of the correction.F4 (D Off) Main-Parms-D Off (Home Screen - Options - Correction in diameter)Use the F4 (D Off) displayed 99 D corrections to the radius or diameter, available i...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF5 (H Off) Main-Parms-H Off (Home Screen - Options - length compensation)Use the F5 (H Off) displayed 99 H corrections to the length of the tool available to the control device. These corrections are evaluated and edited in the same manner as the other parameters...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF7 (Load) Main-Parms-Load (Main screen - Options - Load)Download files from floppy disk to the directory RAM (memory). You will be informed that the current settings will be overwritten. Then you will be prompted to confirm this by pressing the F1 (Ok).F8 (Prog) ...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONsame manner as the parameters of the coordinates. Below is a list and description of these parameters. From P200 to P207Contains the previous specified position relative to the current working-axis correction activated P200 = X P201 = Y P202 = Z. . . etc.On the P...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONP262H contains the length of the active toolP263Contains the number of active correction of D P264Number of active correction H P266Contains the status of the safe zone and excessive speed (0 = off., 1 = on.)P267Contains the ratio of the pulses from the sensor fe...

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    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONPck Clear (Clear deep rectangular grooves), 15 = Rec Fin Inside (Finishing the internal processing of deep rectangular grooves), 16 = Rec Fin Outside (Fine surface treatment of deep rectangular grooves), 17 = Threading (Threading), 18 = XZ sweep (sweep XZ), 19 = ...

  • Page 98

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION(Frequency blocks)programsF9 (CTRL) Main-Parms-CTRL (Main screen - Options - CTRL)This parameter set is a superset of F8 (Prog) (Program). This group deals primarily with the parameters used for the automatic creation of standard programs and group loops. These p...

  • Page 99

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONenable / disable the brakes need M10/11 and M12/13. Note: If you change this setting to turn the power off and then on again. Rotary Brake Delay (Secs)This delay, measured in seconds after M11(Rotational latency (Inhibition of the axis A) and M13 (disinhibitionbr...

  • Page 100

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION(Emergency stop)emergency stop, and it will be shown the appropriate message. Feed HoldIf the limit is exceeded, the machine will perform shutdown (Stop feeding)submission, and will display a corresponding message.Block Mode OnIf the limit is exceeded, the machin...

  • Page 101

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONLimits (Limits) and the maximum load (Max load) for each instrument are shown in the table below the instrument. If the limit is zero for the instrument will not be held control of the tool / spindle. The upper value (High) is not reset until the operator resets ...

  • Page 102

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSpindle acceleration)The control unit will not produce the track during a specified time after starting the spindle or after manual correction of spindle speed. Time is based on the parameters of the MISC - Spindle Ramp Time 1 (Acceleration spindle 1) (if it is o...

  • Page 103

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSecondary Serial Port NONE, COM1 or COM2(Secondary serial port)Tape Start Character Value ASCII, is used to send in(A symbol of starting tape) the opening of the port com- Tape Stop CharacterValue ASCII, is used to send in(The symbol of the stop band)closing of t...

  • Page 104

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONDigitizing Parameters (Parameters digitizing)P100 DigitizingProportional gain(P100 Digitizing)P101 DigitizingThe integral gain (P101 Digitizing)P102 DigitizingDifferential gain(P102 Digitizing)P103 DigitizingStep subskanirovaniya (P103 Digitizing)P104 DigitizingD...

  • Page 105

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONP148 and P149The time delay for the group of cyclesP150The radius of circular recesses in automatic programs, Rectangular recesses in automatic programs, the radius of curvature of the angle P151The size of the rectangular recesses X P152The size of the rectangul...

  • Page 106

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONP198Angle of rotation P199Automatic program incision / Z-axis deviation0 = incision, a = slope P346 Cycles used G76 (Finishing boring) and Bore Relief Angle G87 (reverse bore) for orientation and (Back corner of the hole)distance from the hole P347Same as P346Bor...

  • Page 107

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) Spindle: (rpm = r / min) Coolant: Disabled Number details:Edit...

  • Page 108

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) Spindle: (rpm = r / min) Coolant: Disabled Number details:Text...

  • Page 109

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) Spindle: (rpm = r / min) Coolant: Disabled Number details:Edit...

  • Page 110

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThe first screen you see when you log into a text editor - it's edit screen, which displays the first 16 lines of code. The main function keys are located at the bottom of the screen editing. RunTime = Period Main-Prog-Text-Edit = Home screen, program-text-editi...

  • Page 111

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONDefinitions of keysF1 (Block) Main-Prog-Text-Edit-Block (main screen - Program - Text mode - Edit - Block)Block - is any arbitrarily defined, continuous element of the text. The block may consist of one character, and of the entire program. Mark the block by plac...

  • Page 112

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF8 (Move)Moves marked and displayed block from its current(Move) position to the cursor. Markers are around the block in its new position. F2 (Cursr) Main-Prog-Text-Edit-Cursr (Main screen - Program - Text mode - Editing - Cursor)The menu F2 (Cursr) (cursor) cont...

  • Page 113

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF4 (Misc) Main-Prog-Text-Edit-Misc (Main Screen - Program - Text mode - Editing - Other) In this section we are talking about some teams that are not included in other categories. F1 (UnDo)Restores the entire line, deleted using the delete command to delete a ro...

  • Page 114

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONBSearch in the opposite direction from the current cursor position toward the beginning of the program. GGlobal search. The entire program is scanned for the string, regardless of the current cursor position. The search starts at the beginning of the program if i...

  • Page 115

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF5 (Ins) Main-Prog-Text-Edit-Ins (main screen - Program - Text mode - Edit - Paste)If you press F5 (Ins), edit the program is in insert mode, and the characters will be inserted in the place where the cursor is positioned. If the key F5 (Ins) is pressed, the edit...

  • Page 116

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONNotes: When the program is verified to be ignored M6, M0, M1, operators, and so I The program is copied to the file in the machining program, under the name "TEXTVER". When a file is copied, not running checks for the space outside the machining program...

  • Page 117

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF7 (Menu) Main-Prog-Text-Menu (main screen - Program - Text mode - Menu)When you press the F7 (Menu) (Menu) displays a list of all the text of programs currently available in the software processing components. Press the F7 - F10 arrows to select a file placed on...

  • Page 118

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONof last modification and the seven characters of the filename. Subdirectories are indicated by <DIR> as file names. Signs ".." indicate the parent directory of the current. If you press the button HELP (Drive), will be a list of available drives. ...

  • Page 119

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) Spindle: (rpm = r / min) Coolant: Disabled Number details:Edit...

  • Page 120

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONEvent 0 of 17 Bits: 631 of 102 236 160Installing the softwareThe name of the program [....]Dimensions [Absolute]Units [Metric]Working coordinate [---]Notes on installation: Correction: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear...

  • Page 121

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATION0 InstallationA change of instrumentTwo piercing tool - Start cutting cycle3 Geometry of milling - Line 4 Geometry of milling - Line5 The geometry of the cutting - Arc6 Geometry of milling - Line7 Withdrawal tool8 Beginning of an island9 The geometry of the cutti...

  • Page 122

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONHelp (Verf) When editing a file dialog, you can check the edited program. When the key is using (Help) is activated, it will show Verf (check). Key HELP (Verf) is not active if the currently running program or verified. Pressing the HELP (Verf) program will be te...

  • Page 123

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONRunTime = Period Main-Prog-Conv-Pos = Main Screen-Program-Interactive Mode-Position Editing = Editing Current = current next Next = Distance = the distanceEvent 1 of 17 Bits: 631 of 102 236 160Position The feed rate [accelerated]Coordinates [Cartesian]Correction:...

  • Page 124

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF2 (New) Main-Prog-Conv-New (Home Screen - Program - Interactive mode - New)Use the F2 (New) (New) You can enter a number for a new interactive program. Once a number is entered, the control device will check the interactive program, already available in the soft...

  • Page 125

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONPressing the function key displays the input screen, or [for example, F1 (Pos)], similar to the following RunTime = Period Main-Prog-Conv-Pos = Main Screen-Program-Interactive Mode-Position Editing = Editing Current = current next Next = Distance = the distanceEv...

  • Page 126

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONWhen I found the screen, there are the following buttons to save / input. Note:F3 (Togl) (Switch) and F5 (Del) (Delete) can not be on the same screen. See more details about the input dialog screens in SECTION 3 - display a dialog input. F7 (Menu) Main-Prog-Conv-...

  • Page 127

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONEvent 1 of 17 Bits: 631 of 102 236 160Position The feed rate [accelerated]Coordinates [Cartesian]Correction: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cyc...

  • Page 128

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONVerification is used to control the active program. When you press the F9 (Verf) (check) the following screen appears. RunTime = Period Main-Verf = Main screen, check Active = ActiveCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distanceCorrection: canceled Instrum...

  • Page 129

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONWhen you see the above screen, press the F1 (Start), and the following screen. RunTime = Period Main-Verf-Start = Main screen, check Active = ActiveCurrent = current Next = Click on the following <Cycle Start> (Start of cycle) to start the program from the...

  • Page 130

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONNote:If you enter the block number or tool number is out of the program, the program will start from the beginning. RunTime = Period Main-Verf = Main screen, check Active = ActiveCurrent = current next Next = Distance = the distanceSECTION 28 .....Correction: le...

  • Page 131

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThe screen shown above, is the main test screen with two new additions: the map unit number and pressing F9 (Halt) (Stop). The block number indicates the current executable line validation program. Key F9 (Halt) is similar to the Feedhold (Stop feeding), so that ...

  • Page 132

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSECTION 71 .....Correction: left cutInstrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: circular (counterclockwise)Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) Spindle: (rpm = r / min) Coolant: ...

  • Page 133

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONLength:Submission:Rotation: Coolant: Disabled Number details:Rot = rotation; Pan = Pan; Wind = creation of a window; Auto = automatic scaling; Zoom-= zoom out; Zoom + = zoom in; Limit = limits; Zone = safe zone; Coord = coordinate; Fresh = update; Exit = output; ...

  • Page 134

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONNote:From the test mode can switch to the program. This is convenient for long programs, DNC, as it covers all the feed / speed / tool offset / correction on the cutting tool, etc. To switch to the execution of the verification regime must be in block mode, waiti...

  • Page 135

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONSCREEN INSTALLATION DigitizationThe input file: NOT SELECTEDDisplay Mode: NOT SELECTEDCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: cancele...

  • Page 136

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF2 (XyDig) Main-Util-XyDig (Main Screen - Utilities - Digitize XY)Note: For machines with the option of sampling.If digitization is installed and pressed F2 (XyDig) (Digitize XY), will be on display next screen. RunTime = Period Main-Util-XyDig = Utility main sc...

  • Page 137

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF4 (Out)Specifies the output mode for the digitized data. Options are as follows. F1 - RS232 Primary SerialF2 - File File number NC F3 - DiskThe name of the file on a floppy diskF6 (Close)Switches between the closed and open. Note: More information about the digi...

  • Page 138

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONCorrection: canceled Instrument: Length: Diameter: Plane: Clearance: Interpolation: linear (feed) Submission: (ipm = inches / min)Units: absolute / English system Cycle: canceledPause: (sec = seconds) Spindle: (rpm = r / min) Coolant: Disabled Number details:Star...

  • Page 139

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONHelp (Drive) Displays a list of available drives for the new menu. Help (CD)Help (Verf)Graphically check the item on which the cursor is positioned. Help (check)Note:If set to extract the files, one file on a floppy disk, separated by 0 # # # # can be downloaded ...

  • Page 140

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF5 (Send) Main-Util-RS232-Send (Home Screen - Utilities - RS232 - Send)Pressing the F5 (Send) (Email) appear the following keys. After selecting the F1 (Text) (text) or F2 (Conv) (interactive), select the programs you want to send to the computer running in stan...

  • Page 141

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONNote:If the number received by the program already exists, the operator will be given appropriate help. If set to extract the files, multiple files can be sent from a computer running in standalone mode, the control unit will extract them to the correct file # # ...

  • Page 142

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF1 (Home) (starting position), F2 (CW) (clockwise) and F3 (CCW) (counterclockwise) perform the same function as the rotary tool changer. The key F7 (Slots) (Jacks) is used to edit the numbers in the nests of the tool changer tool. If you press F7 (Slots), the fol...

  • Page 143

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONNote: CALL instruction permitted the accelerated mode DNC. GO-TO commands are allowed in DNC mode and the DNC run in test mode, provided that the option "resolve DNC" (allow the DNC) is set to Yes (yes). If you press F6 (DNC) (DNC), DNC modes appear. F...

  • Page 144

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF1 (RS232)By pressing the F1 (RS232) is activated by waiting for data from the Com-port, and then prompted the beginning of the cycle to start the program. F2 (File) (File)With the F2 (File) menu, select the program from the programs in the control unit. F3 (Disk...

  • Page 145

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF10 (Mirr) (Mirror)F10 (Mirr) authorizes a mirror image of X0 and Y0 in the mode of DNC-FAST.F3 (Fast) (Fast Track) In the F3 (Fast) (Fast Track), the following screen appears. RunTime = Period Main-Util-DNC-Fast = The main screen-Utilities-DNC-Fast Track Active ...

  • Page 146

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThis mode should be used for large programs, where high frequency units, for example, when the short movements at high feed rates. In this mode, you can not perform trig help (trigonometric aid), cutter comp (compensation for the cutting tool), rotating (turning)...

  • Page 147

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF7 (Chart) Main-Util-Chart (Main Screen - Utilities - Scheme)Use the F7 (Chart) shows the scheme of assistance by the end user in accordance with the specific application. If the catalog RAM (memory) is a file called charts.dat, it will be displayed. The format o...

  • Page 148

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONMemory Avail (Access Memory) shows the available system memory in bytes. Parts Storage (memory processing software components) shows the amount of memory processing software components, in bytes. Front Panel (front panel) shows the code version of the front panel...

  • Page 149

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONThis screen shows the internal information system. Lines 1 - 5 show the distribution of memory in DOS, NC and overlays dynamically allocated area. Line 6 shows the version of MS-DOS, and CP 80286, 80386, 80486 or 80586. Lines 11 and 12 show the compiler and block...

  • Page 150

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF4 (Path) Main-Util-Info-Path (Main Screen - Utilities - Information - Directions) When you press the F4 (Path) the next screen appears, which displays the file path. The standard procedure is for the ROM catalogs (ROM), memory (RAM), details of programs for proc...

  • Page 151

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF5 (Time) Main-Util-Info-Time (Home Screen - Utilities - Statistics - Time) F5 (Time) shows the time and distance are calculated when checking program. Information on the clock at 100% to correct feed rate for tool change, spindle acceleration, stopping blocks, e...

  • Page 152

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONF6 (Ram) Main-Util-Info-Ram (The main screen - Utilities - Statistics - RAM)With F6 (Ram) displays the following screen, which shows the contents of the directory RAM (memory). F6 is used mainly for diagnostic purposes. Programs that run the various options on th...

  • Page 153

    SECTION 2 - FRONT PANEL OPERATIONEnter the X-axis01 Emergency StopConnecting rod 02 is turned offConnecting rod 03 is included04 Acceleration 05 Change Tool06 Failure of lubrication system07 Waiting for the channel08 Zero Speed09 Faulty Drive10 Rear Spindle11 Digitization The switch 12 of the or...

  • Page 154

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA 141

  • Page 155

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABLOCK DIAGRAM Dialog Box CNC CENTURION 7POS Regulations MILL - START Start cutting cycle GOEM - LINE LineAdditional features MISCARC Arc END End milling cycleTANGS Tangent CGEN generation of circlesHome treatment ISLND islandE-ISL completion of processing o...

  • Page 156

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEach interactive program has an associated text program. File an interactive program begins with the letter P, followed by 4 digits, for example, P1234. The text file begins with the letter O, followed by 4 digits, for example, O1234. Time is a program crea...

  • Page 157

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF1 (Pos) Main-Prog-Conv-Pos (main screen - Program - Interactive mode - the Regulations) The screen position is generally used for fast positioning, however, filing the motion may be made by switching in the feed rate and the input flow rate. Below is an in...

  • Page 158

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATACoordinates [polar]The plane [XY]Type [the current]The length of R [1.4142]The rear corner of the AB [45]The axis Z [-2]Note: See more details about the polar setting lines on the page 286, 273, Section 4.F2 (Mill) Main-Prog-Conv-Mill (Home Screen - Program...

  • Page 159

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAIn the beginning of the milling cycle usually follows the geometry, but in the end - the event "end mill cycle" (End milling cycle). Correction of the cutting tool is activated on the screen below. Event 1 of 3 bytes: 168 of 125 894 656Puncture t...

  • Page 160

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAThe final depth of Z [-1]1st depth Z [- .25]Step Z [.25]X point of the puncture x [0]Puncture point Y Y [0]Correction [Left] [polar]The angle AB [0]Options [---] Event 1 of 3 Bytes: 215 125 894 656Puncture tool - Start cutting cycle The feed rate puncture Z...

  • Page 161

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF1 (Line) Mill-Geom-Line (Milling - Geometry - Line) Use the F1 (Line) displays the following dialog screen for the linear interpolation in the Cartesian coordinate system, which is used to perform linear interpolation in the mode of delivery. Event 1 of 1 ...

  • Page 162

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAIn the programming for all the fields entering the feed rate or spindle speed will be the active key is F12. Pressing the F12 key operator requested assistance in calculating the appropriate spindle speed and feed rate for the relevant entries. The only exc...

  • Page 163

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAGeometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [20]Coordinates [polar]The plane [YZ]Type [absolute]The absolute center of YC [1] ZC [-1]The length of R [2]The rear corner of the AB [60]The axis X []End of [---]Elongation in the op...

  • Page 164

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 48 out of 85,487,616Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [20]Coordinates [Cartesian]The X-axisThe Y-axisThe Z-axisEnd of [rounded the corner]Radius [.15]Elongation in the opposite direction [off] Note: See more detail...

  • Page 165

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAThe X-axisThe Y-axisThe Z-axisEnd of [facet]Length [.15]Elongation in the opposite direction [off] Note: See more details on the corners with chamfer on page 301, 288, Section 4.F2 (Arc) Mill-Geom-Arc (Milling - Geometry - Doug)Screen F2 (Arc) is used to pe...

  • Page 166

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAA sample of the arc twoBelow is a dialog screen plane ZX, the absolute center, circular interpolation clockwise. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 48 out of 85,487,616Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug The plane [ZX]The feed rate F [10]The direction [clockwise]Cent...

  • Page 167

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 48 out of 85,487,616Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug The plane [XY]The feed rate F [15]The direction [clockwise]Center [polar]Arc radius R [3]The initial angle of AA [45]Endpoint [polar]The final angle of AB [135]The final option...

  • Page 168

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF3 (Tangs) Mill-Geom-Tangs (Milling - Geometry - Tangent) Screen F3 (Tangs) is used to calculate the intersection points needed for the arc tangent or tangent line between the two arcs. When this function is used, the program introduced the first arc and th...

  • Page 169

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAThe tangent line Below is an interactive screen for the tangent line. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 48 out of 85,487,616Connecting two arcs tangent line or arcin the plane [XY]Milled first arc in the direction [clockwise]R1XC1The second arc is to calculate: R2HC2Exit...

  • Page 170

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 48 out of 85,487,616Connecting two arcs tangent line or arcin the plane [XY]Milled first arc in the direction [clockwise]R1XC1The second arc is to calculate: R2HC2Exit 1st arc [left] and enter into the second [left]Connect the [arch] cen...

  • Page 171

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATANote: The screen generator circles do not move to the first point on the arc to cutting arc. In most cases, the screen is preceded by the movement of the generator circle line in this situation. Depending on the direction of the arc generated by the arc can...

  • Page 172

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF8 (E-Isl) Mill-Geom-E-Isl (Milling - Geometry - End of treatment of the island)The screen has finished processing the island used to complete the setup geometry on the island. Event 6 of 6 Bytes: 219 280 788 992Completion of processing of the islandPoint ...

  • Page 173

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 1 of 16 Puncture tool - Start cutting cycle The feed rate puncture Z [25] Point of Return [Gap] Gap [.1] The final depth of Z [-1] 1st depth Z [- .3] The increment of Z [.3] The point of puncture X X [0] The point of puncture Y Y [0...

  • Page 174

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 4 of 16 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug The plane [XY] The feed rate F [] The direction [clockwise] Center [the absolute center] Arc radius R [1.5] Center of the arc XC [1.5] YC [3] Endpoint [Absolute] X ...

  • Page 175

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 7 of 16 Home treatment of islet Number of islands # [1] The point of puncture X X [1] The point of puncture Y Y [1] Correction [Left] [Polar coordinate system] The angle AB [0]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 8 o...

  • Page 176

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 10 of 16 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The axis X X [1] The axis Y Y [1] The axis Z Z [] End of [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [Disabled]-------------------------------...

  • Page 177

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 13 of 16 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug The plane [XY] The feed rate F [50] The direction [clockwise] Center [the absolute center] Arc radius R [.5] Center of the arc XC [1.25] YC [2.75] Endpoint [Absolute] X...

  • Page 178

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 16 of 16 End of program Spindle off [Yes] Coolant is turned off [yes] Z to change the tool [yes] Regulation X (relative to the original) [] Regulation Y (relative to the original) []-------------------------------------------------- -Wi...

  • Page 179

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATACommon error codes for milling cycles andNO = ERROR # 602 No operator of WEND This may be due to the start of the cycle without end milling cutting cycle.andNO = ERROR # 601 WHILE there is no operator This may be due to the completion of the cycl...

  • Page 180

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAExample of milling program Event 0 of 7Installing the softwareThe name of the program []Dimensions [Absolute]Units [English system]Working coordinate [---] Notes on setting:[][][][][][]-------------------------------------------------- -Event 1 of 7Puncture...

  • Page 181

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 7Geometrical parameters of milling - LineThe feed rate F []Coordinates [Cartesian]The axis X X [2]The axis Y Y []The axis Z Z []End of [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [Disabled]-------------------------------------------------- -Even...

  • Page 182

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 5 of 7Geometrical parameters of milling - DougThe plane [XY]The feed rate F []The direction [clockwise]Center [polar] Arc radius R [1]The initial angle of AA [90]Endpoint [polar]The final angle of AB [-90]Z []The final option is [---]---------------...

  • Page 183

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAThe following graphic is an isometric view of the program milling. 170

  • Page 184

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABelow is a dialog screen for the option of deep cleaning grooves with loop start milling tool with a puncture. Event 1 of 7 Bytes: 124 878 848 406 ofPuncture tool - Start cutting cycleThe feed rate puncture Z [20]Point of Return [Gap]Gap [.1]The fina...

  • Page 185

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABelow is an interactive screen for option clean grooves with loop start milling tool with a puncture. Event 1 of 7 Bytes: 252 124 878 848 ofPuncture tool - Start cutting cycleThe feed rate puncture Z [20]Point of Return [Gap]Gap [.1]The final depth of...

  • Page 186

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAaisle. This option is intended for the treatment of the real details, but did not clear the entire excavation. Below is a dialog screen for the cycle beginning with the milling tools and a puncture with the option of conical walls. Event 1 of 7 Bytes...

  • Page 187

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA0 ° - a vertical wall, 90 ° - is impossible. The conical wall is also an option for end mill. To be able to use the conical walls of the correction must be activated on the cutting tool. First depth of Z should be the top of the wall. The first pass is ad...

  • Page 188

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAAn example program using the rounded walls of the loop end milling0 of 4 EventsInstalling the softwareThe name of the program []Dimensions [Absolute]Units [English system]Working coordinate [---]Notes on setting:[][][][][][]---------------------------------...

  • Page 189

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 4Geometrical parameters of milling - DougThe plane [XY]The feed rate F []The direction [clockwise]Center [polar]Arc radius R [1]The initial angle of AA [0]Endpoint [polar]The final angle of AB [0]Z []The final option is [---]---------------------...

  • Page 190

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAIn the following graphic representation is given a sample program using the option of milling curved walls at the beginning of a cycle of milling tool with a puncture.0 ° - a vertical wall, 90 ° - is impossible. Rounded wall also has an option for end mil...

  • Page 191

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABelow is an interactive screen to install the milling of deep cavities. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,434,368Installing the software milling of deep cavities A center of the notch [1]Center recess Y [2]Feed rate XY [20]The feed rate puncture Z [10]...

  • Page 192

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF1 (Clear) Mill-Pockt-Circ-Clear (Milling - Deep groove - Round - Clean) Below is a dialog screen to clear the circular cut-outs in a clockwise direction. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,434,368Cleaning the deep recesses of round Notch radius [4]Fini...

  • Page 193

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF2 (Fin) Mill-Pockt-Circ-Fin (Milling - Deep groove - Round - Finishing) Below is an interactive screen for internal finishing of round recesses in a clockwise direction. Event 6 of 18 Bytes: 895 out of 1,023,932,928Internal finishing round of deep g...

  • Page 194

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF1 (Clear) Mill-Pockt-Rect-Clear (Milling - Deep groove - Rectangular - Clean) Below is an interactive screen for cleaning of rectangular grooves in a clockwise direction.Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,434,368Cleaning deep rectangular grooves Size o...

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    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF2 (Fin) Mill-Pockt-Rect-Fin (Milling - Deep groove - Rectangular - Finishing) Below is an interactive screen for internal finishing of rectangular grooves in a clockwise direction.Event 2 of 4 Bytes: 138 of 237 010 944Internal finishing of deep recta...

  • Page 196

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,434,368The processing cycle ends Size of excavation X [3]Size of excavation Y [6]Cutting width [.2]Correction [inc. ]F4 (Manul) Mill-Pockt-Manul (Milling - Deep groove - Clean by hand)The function is used to manually ...

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    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAon the screen and pressing the F1 (Store) (Save) programmable item will be checked (the part and tool path). The operator may enter into the frame, increase or pan, press the Help (Man) (Manual mode) and move the tool by using the cursor keys and Enter key ...

  • Page 198

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 131 out of 1,023,932,928The inner loop cutting deep grooves of polygonal The number of sides [6][The radius of the plane] [1]Angle to the first vertex [0]The radius of curvature of the vertices [.2]Z down [Line] Corner [2.5]Areas o...

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    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,434,368Installing the software routing framework Center frame X [1]Center frame Y [3]Feed rate XY [20]The feed rate puncture Z [10]Point of Return [Home]Gap [.1]The final depth of Z [-1]1st depth Z [- .2]The increment ...

  • Page 200

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF3 (Rect) Mill-Frame-Rect (Milling - Frame - Rectangle) Below is an interactive screen for outdoor finishing a rectangular frame: Event 2 of 2 Bytes: 206 1023932928The inner loop cutting deep grooves of polygonal Size of the frame X [2]Frame size Y [4...

  • Page 201

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 3 of 4 Bytes: 139 264 000 149 ofThe cycle of the internal processing of polygonal frames The number of sides [6][The radius of the plane] [1]Angle to the first vertex [0]The radius of curvature of the vertices [.2]Z down [incision]Areas of cut ...

  • Page 202

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080The beginning of the sweep cycle in 3 dimensionsGap [.1]The feed rate puncture Z [5]The feed rate of the arc [10]Starting point X [0] Y ZThe radius of the beginning of the sweep R [1]...

  • Page 203

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF4 (End) Mill-3dPkt-End (Milling - Sweep in 3 dimensions - End) To complete the cycle sweep seizures in 3-dimensions, select the key F4 (End), or you will receive an error message. Below is an interactive screen for decontamination cycle scan in 3 dimension...

  • Page 204

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 6The beginning of the sweep cycle in 3 dimensions Gap [.1]The feed rate puncture Z [15]The feed rate of the arc[20]Starting pointX[2 ]Y[1 ]Z[0 ]The initial radius R scan[1 ]The initial angle of the sweep AA[- .0001]The final sweep angle AB[1...

  • Page 205

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 4 of 6 Three-dimensional geometry - arc The plane [XY]The feed rate F[]The direction [clockwise]Center [the absolute center]The radius of the arcR[1 ] Center of arcXC[3 ]YC[5 ] End point[Absolute]X[2 ]Y[5 ]Z[ ]--------------------------------...

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    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF5 (3dArc) Mill-3dPkt-3dArc (Milling - Sweep in 3 dimensions - three-dimensional arc) When you press the F5 (3dArc) appears next dialog screen to call a subroutine function three-dimensional arc. Event 1 of 2 Bytes: 89 out of 109 510 656 Subroutine ca...

  • Page 207

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAInteractive Program C: \ CNC \ PARTS \ P0825 Event 0 of 2Installing the softwareThe name of the program []Dimensions [Absolute]Units [English system]Working coordinate [---]Notes on setting: [] [] [] [] [] []------------------------------------------------...

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    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAInteractive Program C: \ CNC \ PARTS \ P0826 Event 0 out of 5 Installing the softwareThe name of the program []Dimensions [Absolute]Units [English system]Working coordinate [---]Notes on setting: [] [] [] [] [] []------------------------------------------...

  • Page 209

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 2 of 5 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The axis X X [3] The axis Y Y [3] The axis Z Z [] End of [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [Disabled]---------------------------------...

  • Page 210

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 5 of 5 End of programThe spindle is turned off [yes]Coolant is turned off [yes]Z to change the tool [not]Regulation X (relative to the original) []Regulation Y (relative to the original) []-------------------------------------------------- -The nex...

  • Page 211

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATARunTime = Period Main-Prog-Conv-Mill-DXF = Main Screen-Program-Interactive Mode-Milling-DXF Editing = Editing Current = current next Next = Distance = the distanceRoute CAD fileCAD File NameEnhanced CAD fileCAD file will be displayed after clicking on the F...

  • Page 212

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAOnce the file name has been entered and selected F1 (Input) (Enter) to display all the geometric parameters of the file CAD (lines and arcs) and any additional events in the program. Key F1 (Path) (path) is used to select the trajectory and direction. RunTi...

  • Page 213

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF9 (Thred) Mill-Thred (Milling - Thread) Use the F9 (Thred) displays the input screen for thread milling. The following shows two examples. Event 9 of 9 Bytes: 317 of 422 576 128Thread milling cycle Center for X [] Center Y [0]The initial depth [0]Th...

  • Page 214

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 9 of 9 Bytes: 317 of 422 576 128Thread milling cycle Center for X [] Center Y [0]The initial depth [0]The final depth of Z [-1]Threads per unit [10]Gap [.1]The feed rate [50]Part of the wall [external]The direction of the thread [right]Correcti...

  • Page 215

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATADialog screens The screen started drilling cycle F3 (Drill) a switch box to select the type of drilling to be performed. In the beginning of a cycle is usually followed by drilling holes for the position, and it ends with the completion of drilling cycle ev...

  • Page 216

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATADrilling / PauseBelow is an interactive screen for drilling / pause. Event 2 of 3 Bytes: 99 out of 402 259 968Activate the drilling cycle [Drilling cycle with a pause]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Ret...

  • Page 217

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 143 402 227 200Activate the drilling cycle [Drilling cycle with periodic withdrawal of the drill]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Return [Gap]Clearance R [.1]The final depth of [-2] T...

  • Page 218

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABoringBelow is an interactive screen for boring cycle. Event 2 of 3 Bytes: 398 032 896 191 ofActivate the drilling cycle [Boring Cycle]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Return [Gap]Clearance R [.1]The fin...

  • Page 219

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABoring / PauseBelow is an interactive screen for boring / pause. Event 2 of 3 Bytes: 219 402 227 200Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of boring with a pause]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Return [...

  • Page 220

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAAccelerated boringEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 281 of 396 361 728Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of boring 2][Accelerated boring]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Return [Gap]Clearance R [.1]The final depth...

  • Page 221

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 281 of 396 361 728Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of boring 2][Fine boring]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Return [Gap]Clearance R [.1]The final depth of [-2] Pause P [.3]Note...

  • Page 222

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABoring manualEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 343 of 396 361 728Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of boring 2][Boring manual]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Return [Gap]Clearance R [.1]The final depth of [-2] P...

  • Page 223

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATATsekovanie Event 1 of 3 Bytes: 108 724 224 184 ofActivate the drilling cycle [The cycle of boring 2][Tsekovanie]The feed rate puncture F [5]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [2000]Point of Return [Gap]Clearance R [.1]The final depth of [-2] The ...

  • Page 224

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATADrilling holes to screw (Drill-Start-Tap)The following shows the dialog screens for drilling holes for the loop thread. Drilling holes for soft tapping on the right Event 2 of 3 Bytes: 488 of 396 034 048Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of drilli...

  • Page 225

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATADrilling holes for soft tapping on the leftEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 488 of 396 034 048Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of drilling holes to screw][A soft tapping on the left]The feed rate puncture F [14.2857]Spindle incl., Counter-clockwise, rev / mi...

  • Page 226

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATADrilling holes for rigid tapping on the rightEvent 1 of 4 Bytes: 206 243 236 864Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of drilling holes to screw][Rigid Tapping on the right (option)]Threads per unit of F [14]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [200...

  • Page 227

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 4 Bytes: 206 243 138 560Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of drilling holes to screw][Rigid Tapping on the left side (optional)]Threads per unit of F [14]Spindle incl., Counter-clockwise, rev / min S [200]Point of Return [Gap]Clearance...

  • Page 228

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATADrilling holes for rigid tapping on the left with the conclusion of the periodic drills Event 1 of 3 Bytes: 130 of 105 644 032Activate the drilling cycle [The cycle of drilling holes to screw][Rigid Tapping on the left (option) with periodic withdrawa...

  • Page 229

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 2 Bytes: 78 out of 198 508 544Positioning for drilling The feed rate [Express]Coordinates [Cartesian]The X axis X [1]The axis Y Y [2]The axis Z Z []Mesh openings [---]Openings to the intervals [---]The screen shown above - is the screen of ...

  • Page 230

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 3 of 5 Bytes: 395 608 064 187 of Positioning for drilling The feed rate [Express]Coordinates [Cartesian]The X axis X [1]The axis Y Y [2]The axis Z Z []The grid of holes [yes]The number of columns [6] The number of lines [5]The interval between t...

  • Page 231

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAThe following shows the screen positioning for drilling holes with the option at intervals. Will be drilled or cut six holes, including a hole at (1,2). If in the interval X is 0, the line of holes will be drilled vertically. If the interval Y is 0, the hol...

  • Page 232

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAPressing the F3 (Misc) (Options) screen is displayed with additional features that makes it possible to program these functions during the drilling cycle. Screen F4 (Call) (Call) provides the ability to call routines during the drilling cycle. These routine...

  • Page 233

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAThe following is an entry screen for file Drill CAD. RunTime = Period Main-Prog-Conv-Drill-DXF = Main Screen-Program-Interactive Mode-Drilling-DXF Editing = Editing Current = current next Next = Distance = the distanceRoute CAD fileCAD File NameEnhanced CAD...

  • Page 234

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATADrill CAD sorts hole size. This allows the operator to select what you want to drill holes. After selecting the F1 (Input) (Enter) comes a list of openings: RunTime = Period Main-Prog-Conv-Drill-DXF = Main Screen-Program-Interactive Mode-Drilling-DXF Editi...

  • Page 235

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAExample of drilling program Event 0 out of 17 Installing the software The name of the program[Example of drilling programs] Dimensions The absolute] Units [The English system] ...

  • Page 236

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 2 of 17 Activation of drilling cycle [Drilling cycle] The feed rate for punctureF [20] Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [] Return point[Gap] Gap R [.1] The final depth of[-2 ]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 3 of...

  • Page 237

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Mesh openings[---] The holes at intervals of[---]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 6 of 17 Positioning for drilling The feed rate[Faster] Coordinates[Cartesian] The X-axisX [4] The Y-axisY [] (Z to -1 ") The Z-axisZ [-1] ...

  • Page 238

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Coolant [irrigation]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 10 of 17 Activation of drilling cycle [Boring Cycle] The feed rate for punctureF [20] Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [] Return point[Gap] Gap R [.1] The final depth...

  • Page 239

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA The Y-axisY [] The Z-axisZ [3] (Z to 3 "to go to clip) Mesh openings[---] The holes at intervals of[---]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 14 of 17 Positioning for drilling The feed rate[Faster] Coordinates[Cartesian] Th...

  • Page 240

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA227

  • Page 241

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF4 (Bolt) (Bolt) The following shows the dialog screens for drilling holes for screws that are displayed when you select the corresponding cycles. In the first part of the screen contains the information used to set the appropriate drilling cycle, while the...

  • Page 242

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 385 056 768 115 ofThe cycle performance of bolt holes[The cycle of drilling holes for screws]The feed rate puncture F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [1000]Point of Return [Gap]Gap R [.1]The final depth of [-2] Center bo...

  • Page 243

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA 230

  • Page 244

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 229 385 056 768The cycle performance of bolt holes[The cycle of drilling bolt holes / drilling with periodic withdrawal of the drill]The feed rate puncture F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [1000]Point of Return [Gap]Gap ...

  • Page 245

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA 232

  • Page 246

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 344 of 385 056 768The cycle performance of bolt holes[The cycle of boring bolt holes with a pause]The feed rate puncture F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [1000]Point of Return [Gap]Gap R [.1]The final depth of [-2] Paus...

  • Page 247

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA 234

  • Page 248

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 396 of 385 056 768The cycle performance of bolt holes[The cycle of boring bolt holes 2] [Fast boring]The feed rate puncture F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [1000]Point of Return [Gap]Gap R [.1]The final depth of [-2] C...

  • Page 249

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA 236

  • Page 250

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 380 862 464 500 ofThe cycle performance of bolt holes[The cycle of boring bolt holes 2] [Contact boring]The feed rate puncture F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [1000]The initial depth of the R [.1]The final depth of [-2]...

  • Page 251

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA 238

  • Page 252

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 2 Bytes: 105 644 032 197 ofThe cycle performance of bolt holes [The cycle of boring bolt holes 2][Tsekovanie]The feed rate puncture F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [1000]Point of Return [Gap]Gap R [.1]The final depth of [-1] Th...

  • Page 253

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA 240

  • Page 254

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 380 862 464 821 ofThe cycle performance of bolt holes[The cycle of tapping on the bolt holes] [The soft tapping on the left]The feed rate puncture F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [1000]Point of Return [Gap]Gap R [.1]Th...

  • Page 255

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 2 of 3 Bytes: 877 of 380 862 464The cycle performance of bolt holes[The cycle of tapping on the bolt holes] [Rigid Tapping on the left side (optional)]Threads per unit of P [10]Spindle incl., Counter-clockwise, rev / min S [400]Point of Return ...

  • Page 256

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 2 of 3 Bytes: 929 380 862 464 ofThe cycle performance of bolt holes[Rigid Tapping on the right (option) with periodic withdrawal of the drill]Threads per unit of F [10]Spindle incl., Clockwise, rev / min S [400]Point of Return [Gap]Gap R [.1]De...

  • Page 257

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Number of the next tool [] Rotational speed of spindleS [2000] The direction of rotation of the spindle[Clockwise] Coolant [Irrigation]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 2 of 3 The cycle perf...

  • Page 258

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATANotes: See more details about the program execution bolt holes in the 364,p 351, Section 4.And drilling cycles, and cycles run bolt holes dialog entry screens will be different versions of the software below # .116. They also translated into other language...

  • Page 259

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF5 (TChng) Change Tool If the machine you want to install a new tool to use screen tool change. The two screens of the tool change is the screen calling and screen tool tool changer. Call Screen tool used to launch a new set of corrections to the tool witho...

  • Page 260

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 3 Bytes: 149 out of 1,023,932,928Change of tool Tool [Change]Position Tool Changer X [-10] Y [-10]Tool number T [1]Description of the tool [1/4 "drill bit]Number of the next tool []Spindle speed S [600]The d...

  • Page 261

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 3 Bytes: 188 out of 1,023,932,928Change of tool Tool [Challenge]Position Tool Changer X [-10] Y [-10]Tool number T [1]Description of the tool [1/4 "drill bit]Number of the next tool []Spindle speed S [600]Th...

  • Page 262

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF6 (Misc) (Additional Functions) When you create a program may need to add some additional features, such as command and stop the coolant. This is done through a screen F6 (Misc) (Additional Functions). The following shows the dialog screens for extra featu...

  • Page 263

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 Additional Features Spindle speed S [2000]Team spindle [clockwise]Team coolant [irrigation] Correction [left]Stop command [---]The team return [---]Cutting [ongoing] Programming mode [---]Working coordinate [--...

  • Page 264

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATACalls to subroutines can be used to create multiple identical parts in a row or grid. The screen shown below, can be used to call a subroutine for cutting grooves. Event 2 of 3 Bytes: 108 of 105 578 496Calling the program Program number [900]Options ...

  • Page 265

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF1 (Parms) Spec-Parms (Specifications - Options) Below is a dialog screen to adjust the parameters. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 SettingInstallation Type [control]The parameter P [97]The value of [.25] When loading a parameter set to the ...

  • Page 266

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATABelow is a dialog screen to adjust the tool offset. 253

  • Page 267

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 Installing the tool offset(Note: This will affect only a tool, currently active)Installation Type [control]Correction of the instrument D [.1] H [.15] 254

  • Page 268

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF4 (Scale) Spec-Scale (Specification - Scale) Below is a dialog screen to activate the zoom. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 Setting the scale factor Scale [On].The scaling factors [regulation]Correction of the instrument D [.1] ...

  • Page 269

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF5 (Rot) Spec-Rot (Specifications - Turn)Below is a dialog screen to activate the turn. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 Set the angle of rotation Turn [On].The angle of rotation of AA [45]Start turning X [0] Y [0] ...

  • Page 270

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 Set the angle of rotation Rotate the [3D]The plane of the [XYZ]The angle of AB [45]Sinus scale [20]Note: Do not work function correction to the cutting tooltrigonometric aid chamfering (, C) and rounded corners...

  • Page 271

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF6 (Mirr) Spec-Mirr (Specs - Mirror) Below is a dialog screen to enable mirroring. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 Setting the mirroring Mirroring [On].Axis mirroring X [0] Y [0] Z [0]Below ...

  • Page 272

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF7 (Flz) Spec-Flz (Specifications - Floating zero)Below is a dialog screen to install a floating zero. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080 Install a floating zero The axis X [0] Y [0] Z [0]Note: See more about navigating the zeros of p 38...

  • Page 273

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF8 (Text) Spec-Text (Specifications - Text) Below is an interactive screen for text. 260

  • Page 274

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAEvent 1 of 2 Bytes: 105 of 229 900 288Text [Solid]The position of the text X [1] Y [2]Clearance R [.1]The depth Z Z [- .03]The feed rate puncture ZF [20]Feed rate XY F [20]Text size X X [.25]Text size Y Y [.5]A string of text [PART V-36-16]Interactiv...

  • Page 275

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAF1 (Gosub) Subs-Gosub (Sub - Jump to a subroutine) The function uses Gosub to subroutine call. The screen below is called a sub-15 times. If the number of cycles is not filled, the subroutine will be called one time. Event 1 of 2 Bytes: 62 220 725 248...

  • Page 276

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATANote: Another option - a subroutine call with the interval between each XY. Functions of the grid and the intervals are similar to those functions in the drilling cycles on page 225, 212, Section 3.F2 (Start) Subs-Start (Sub - Run) Start-up screen subroutin...

  • Page 277

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATAExample programs using subprograms Interactive Program C: \ CNC \ PARTS \ P0523 Event 0 out of 12 Installing the software The name of the program[ ] Dimensions The absolute] Units [The Engli...

  • Page 278

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 3 of 12Change of tool Tool [Cut]The situation in the tool changeX [] Y [] Number of toolsT [2] Description of instrument[] Number of the next tool [] Rotational speed of s...

  • Page 279

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA Event 7 of 12 Internal finishing the round cut-outs The radius of notch[1 ] Z down[incision] Direction of cut[counter-clockwise (counter-milling)] Correction [inc.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 8 of 12 The completion rout...

  • Page 280

    SECTION 3 - display a dialog INPUT DATA-------------------------------------------------- -With the above program is executed as follows: End of program Below is a dialog screen to complete the program. Event 1 of 1 Bytes: 47 out of 85,422,080End of programThe spindle is turned off [yes]Co...

  • Page 281

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)These codes are used if the operator programs the Centurion in text mode or in manual data entry. They are also generated from the interactive program. It should be noted that most programmers, especially beginners, use interactive programming mode. If you plan to u...

  • Page 282

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)1Active power- Modal Disposable 25Internal finishing round of deep groovesX26Outdoor finishing round of deep groovesX28-30 Return to the zero pointX31Z to the gap X32Z to the tool changeX33The processing cycle ends X34Cleaning deep rectangular groovesX35Internal fi...

  • Page 283

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)1Active power- Modal Disposable 70Cancel mirroring XX71Setting the mirroring X72Execute bolt holesX73Drilling with periodic withdrawal of the drillX74Tapping the leftX75Tsekovanie X76Fine boring X77Specialized drilling cycle X78Boring manualX79Specialized drilling ...

  • Page 284

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)1Active power- Modal Disposable 996Set byte parametersX997Calling the error X998Sound signal XNote: Unresolved G-code cause an error 549.Interpolation functions There are four types of interpolation: G0 Rapid traverse, linearG1 Submission, linear Fits G2, clockwise...

  • Page 285

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The programmed feed rate remains in the magazine and feed rate can be activated by removing the G00 command with the command G01. Movement of all axes in the G00 will be interpolated mode, all axis will reach the end point at a time. Note: Rapid traverse in the G0...

  • Page 286

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES) Tangential feed speed control:Office workers are fed in such a way that the velocity along the tangent path is always controlled feed rate. Adjust the feed rate:Feed per minute can be adjusted by pressing the correct feed rate on the remote machine operator from 0...

  • Page 287

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES) Circular interpolation (G02, G03)Below is the general format of commands to move through an arc of a circle. G17G02X Y I Jor XC YC R orRorAA R FG18 orX Z I KorXC ZC RorRorAA R FG19G03Y Z J KorYC ZC RorRorAA R F or AB R * (1) * (2) * (3 or 6) * (4 or 5...

  • Page 288

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Circular interpolation Inputs TEAM VALUE AThe choice of plane G17Specify an arc in the XY plane G18Specify an arc on the ZX plane G19Specify an arc on the YZ plane 2Sense of rotation G02ClockwiseG03Counterclockwise 3Position the end pointG90 mode One, two or three ...

  • Page 289

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Clockwise and anticlockwise View from above, before the positive direction of axis Z, Y or X to the negative direction in the plane XY, XZ, YZ or ZX in the right-handed Cartesian coordinate system. Method IDescription of the arc with the center of the incremental ...

  • Page 290

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The endpoints of the arc The radius is always listed as the true value. Endpoints incremental or absolute, depending on the G90 and G91. If the radius is used without a central point, we can generate two types of arcs. One less than 180 °, and the other - more tha...

  • Page 291

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)A trigonometric aid allows a programmer to define both the initial and end points of the arc. The control unit calculates the true start and end points based on the actions of the preceding and following the arc. Where there are two possible correct answers, the co...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Program 2Programmed trajectoryG1 X0 Y0X2 Y1 (the estimated start point)G2 R1.5 XC4 YC2 X5 Y6 (calculated You are Hereth point)G1 X5 Y0The trajectory generated by the program two 279

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Program 3 Programmed trajectoryG1 X0 Y0X7 Y6 (calculated starting point)G2 R1.5 XC4 YC2 X5 Y.2 (calculated You are Hereth point)G1 X5 Y0The trajectory generated by the program three In general, when working with lines and arcs, if the line is programmed, not reach...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Program 4 Programmed trajectoryG1 X0 Y0X2.5 Y2 (calculated starting point)G2 R1 XC5 YC4 X5 Y5 (calculated You are Hereth point)R2 XC7.5 YC5 X9 Y8 (calculated You are Hereth point)G1 X9 Y0The trajectory generated by the program 4 281

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Program 5 Programmed trajectoryG1 X0 Y0X2.5 Y2 (design point)G2 R1 XC5 YC4 X5 Y3 (calculated You are Hereth point)G3 R2 XC7.5 YC5 X9 Y5 (calculated You are Hereth point)G1 Y0The trajectory generated by the program 5 In general, when determining the intersections of...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)What is important to keep in mind when determining the points • Identification can be used with the trajectories of the line to a circle, circle to circle and circle to the line. • Center and radius of the arc can not be determined. •For the line to the circl...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Block X2 Y6 derived tangent to the arc. When correcting for the cutting tool has been taken into account the previous two lines and calculated on the basis of the adjusted point of the baseline, not a tangent. When using the corrected trajectory for this program wi...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Format for polar arcs can be mixed with Cartesian formats. Here are the official formats. G17G2X_____ Y_____AA_____R_____end pointthe initial angleG17G2AB_____ XC_____YC_____R_____ endpoint is the central point G17 G2 I_____ J_____ AB_____the central pointThe abov...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Two. The absolute coordinates (polar, trigonometric aid)G90G1 X0 Y0R1 AB45G3 R3 XC3 YC7 AB0G2 R4 XC5 YC3 X8 Y.5G1 Y0X0Note:When using a trigonometric care must be valid and center of the arc radius. Therefore, lines G2 and G3 have a fixed format. Three. The absolut...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Five. Incremental coordinates G91 G1 X0 Y0X4.2929 Y4.2929G3 I-1.2929 J2.7071 X-1.7044 Y2.5058orG3 R3 XC3 Yc7 X-1.7044 Y2.5808orG2 I-.9973 J-3.8737 X2.0027 Y-6.5195G2 X2.0027 Y-6.5195 I-.9973 J-3.8737 orG2 R4 X2.0021 Y-6.5195orG2 R4 XC5 YC3 X2.0027 Y-6.5195G1 Y-.354...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Bevel angle (, C)Adding, C___ the end blocks, linear interpolation control, you can automatically insert the bevel angle. G91 G01 X0 Y0 X1, C.25X1 Y1 SKEW ANGLE MAY BE USED ONLY FOR THE TRACKS OF LINE TO LINE. 288

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Contact Line The function return line can be used on any command line. This function changes the direction of the programmed line. Usually it is used, if known to the end point line, and not the starting point. The end point will be programmed, and the line will be...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)W135This line does not intersect with the arc, so the line will be rotated until, until it becomes a tangent. X0 Y0X3 Y1X4 Y0X0 Y0 BACK C0 or C2 W165 In this example, the return line is used between the two lines for programming an unknown point. 290

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Notes on the milling of circular and linear feedThe feed rate in the circular and linear mode equal to the rate specified by the address F. This flow rate is the tangential velocity along the arc and feed supply in the vector of linear displacements. Note 1: I0, J0...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The above format for helical milling illustrate the overall concept. Any of the previous format of the arcs can be used for screw cutting simply by adding a third axis endpoint of the arc to the team. Address F determines the feed rate along the arc of a circle. T...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Data Set incl. / Off. (G10, G11)This feature allows you to load all the configuration settings, table settings and adjustments CNC axes with the program rather than through the front panel. (This feature - the only way to change the parameters of 700 and above from...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Metric size mode (Modal) (G21)With this function, the system goes into metric mode. In this mode, the system will accept sizes in millimeters (mm). In the metric system, the actual state of the machine may not exactly coincide with the position of the program becau...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Cleaning the round deep recesses (G24)Automatic routine G24 is used to clean a deep circular groove from the center and moving spiral of programmed diameter. Cleanup round of deep groovesG20 G90 (Inch / absolute)G00 X0 Y0 (accelerated move to the center of the cavi...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Purification of circular recesses of hours. Cleaning the round cut-outs against the hours with. Block # Information on entering the blockBlock # Information on entering the blockN9 G2 G42 N9 G3 G41Block 9 Selects a circle in a clockw...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The figure "Internal finishing a clockwise circle" below shows the tool path following the program. The figure "Internal finishing the circle counter-clockwise" below shows the same program with the change indicated in the line N9.The program of...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES) N9G42 G2 selects the circle in a clockwise N9G41 G3 selects a range of clockwise and adjust the cutting counterclockwise and tool on the right correction on the cutting tool leftNote: Parameter P150 - is the radius of the recess. If you do not need finishing allo...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES) * 1 * 2 * 3 * 3 * 4 * 5 * 6 * 7 * 8 * 9* 1Performs exterior finishing the round cut-outs* 2Return to the starting point * 3Clockwise from the left or "G42 G3" counter-clockwise to the right * 4Area safe return* 5Crossings * 6The final depth of Z * 7Firs...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)N7G2, G42 selects the circle in a clockwise N7G3 G42 selects the range of clockwise and adjust the cutting counterclockwise and tool left correction on the cutting tool on the right Return to the zero point (G28, G29, G30)These commands provide the administration ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)In general, G28 is used for the tool change position or loading / unloading of parts. Usually it is used to move only in the zero point. For example, the movement of G91, G28, Z0, Z to the zero point. When G29 is executed by itself, only the axle, which sent teams ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Z to the gap (G31)With the help of the functions assigned to the G31 Z position of the gap. By default, this is the last position of the gap, but it can be changed by editing the parameter set 140 or the group of cycles by using the "R".Z to the tool chan...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Cleanup of deep rectangular groovesG20 G90 (Inch / absolute)S1000 M3 D1 G43 H1 (spindle clockwise -1000 rev / min, calls for correction tools # 1)G00 X0 Y0 (accelerated move to the center of the cavity)F20 (feed rate X-Y)P522-2.5 (bevel angle)P150 = .75 (radius)P15...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES) If the N11 - G42 G2, the direction of the cut in a clockwise direction. If the N11 - G41 G3, the direction of the cutting counter-clockwise.Internal finishing of deep rectangular grooves (G35)Automatic routine G35 is used for removal of finishing allowance remain...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)* 8The increment of Z* 9feed rate of Z 305

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Block # Information about the input line Block #Information about the input line N10 G2 G42 selects N10G2 G42 selectsin a clockwise directionin a clockwise directionclockwise and adjust the cutting clockwise and adjust the cuttingtool on the right tool on the ri...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Outdoor finishing deep rectangular grooves (G36)Automatic routine G36 is used for removal of finishing allowance around the outside of the square of the tide. The program works similar to G36 G34 manner. It starts in the center, performs a quick move to the outside...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)* 7Feedrate Z * 8Crossings Z Block # Information about the input lineBlock #Information about the input line N11 G3 G42 selects the direction of N11G2 G41 selects the direction ofcounterclockwise and clockwise and correction correction on the cuttingcutter leftto...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Inner / Inner Right / Left For internal thread starting point is the center of the thread when switched on and off at the correct cutting tool. If programmed with external thread, it starts in the center and moves rapidly to the point of low feed using the followi...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G65 X___ Y___ to specify the center). To move from the center out using the same formula as in the outer finishing the round recesses or outdoor finishing of rectangular grooves, to create an execution cycle of the polygons. Execute internal polygonsG0 X2 Y3 (cente...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Execute the outer polygonG0 Z2G65 X2 Y3 (Center)F20 (feed rate of XY)P126 = 3 (The radius of curvature of a)P127 = 60 (Corner of 1st rounded)P125 = 3 (number of sides)P128 = .1 (radius of curvature)P132 = 1 (inside / outside)G666 G98 G2 G41 R.1 P199 = 0 Z-1 V-.2 Q....

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G20 G90(inch absolute)N2G0 X0 Y0(Fast positioning of the center X, Y Center for Inland) (use the G65 for outdoor)F100 (feed rate)P121 = 0(The angle of the cone half-angle, or defined by the angle with the center line, 0 for a cylindrical thread)P122 = 10(Threads pe...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)programmer for the zero-range instrument. If the program is written for the machining tool with zero radius, ie directly from the printout, then, with the introduction of the actual tool radius in the system and the activation of the correction on the cutting tool,...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)In order to see how the correction of the cutting tool, select the key F6 (Both) (Both) when checking the details. An explanation of how the offset tool paths may not have the intersection(A)The trajectory of the tool with (B)The trajectory of the tool with diamete...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The outer "V"-shaped correction to the cutting toolNote: A point of correction (4 ') is shifted to a greater extent than the radius of the tool (4).The figure below shows how the chamfer or a rounded corner of 00.0001 ", added to (4), prevents unnece...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The inner "V"-shaped correction to the cutting toolNote: The tool is separated from the programmed point (2) at a distance exceeding the radius of the tool. If the adjusted point (2 ') was closer to (2), the tool would be plied by the details. Test sample...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The definition would look like the trajectory of the adjustedStep 1. Draw the actual item and note the point in the sequence. Step 2. Draw a line shifted from the surface of the radius of the tool parts from point 1 to point 11.317STARTEndpointSTEP 1STEP 2

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Step 3. Check whether all trajectories intersect in the sequence. If so, then (except for the start and end points) to connect the displaced trajectory and note the points of intersection. If at least one crossing can not be detected, the item will not be processed...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Step 5. The above trajectory is biased - it is a trajectory that will comply with the system for processing details. However, the problem was identified with the help of a sketch. Note that the lower-left corner will be left untreated as a tool, moving from (1) (2)...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)In step 6 the correction in the cutting tool has been included using the G41 to include the correction of the cutting tool to the left at the point (2) and disabled using the G40 at the point (11).Notes on the steps of 6.1Note 1:Points (1) and (11), which start and...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)How to make a correction to the cavityIf the item is a cavity, the start and end points must be changed. A simple change in the G41 G42 (right cut) will not help. This will occur because the tool will still go down to the detail. The reason for this, as explained a...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Programming with the correction of the cutting tool When programming with the correction in the radius of the cutting tool first and last movements performed by the tool, must be performed according to figure out the details below. Moving to be performed before the...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G65 allows a programmer to include the correction of the cutting tool for lowering or removal of the instrument at a certain point without performing additional movements. In general, the point of no movement on the details of the selected point, just before the po...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The beginning and end of the correction on the cutting toolG41 Tool Left D1 = radius of the tool (pre-installed in D1)Puncture EVACUATION1 = point on the details before the puncture point A =the last position before outlet2 = point of puncture2 =challenge the posit...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G42 right toolD1 = radius of the tool (pre-installed in D1)Puncture EVACUATION1 = point on the details before the puncture point A =the last position before outlet2 = point of puncture2 =polozhenie removal tool3 = first movement of the cutting3 =point after removal...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Sample Program to enter the tool offset and exitG0 X-5 Y1point of load / unload partsG41 D1 F10correction in the dir. the tool is enabled, the correction of a numberG65 X0 Y1point of blocking the motion correctionX0 Y0G1 Z-1Down Tool X1 Y1X0 Y0G65 X1 Y0correction i...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Note 4:On the basis of regular points and the radii of two intersecting circles, the system automatically checks and corrects the programmed point of intersection, ie trigonometric function is performed by. Note 5:All programs are standard automatic position of the...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Note 12:G42 with a negative radius of the tool is the same as the G41 with a positive radius of the tool.In the above cases, the tool will move in the opposite direction, as he tries to settle down, touching the walls of the groove or V-shaped depression. In this c...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Examples of programsCorrection of the cutting tool incl. with G41X-1 is Y1G41 X0 Y0X1 Y.2X0 Y1.5Correction of the cutting tool incl. 329

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)330

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Tool length compensation (G43, G44, G49)( or orA234G17 XY H-plane to add to / subtract from the Z-axis plane G18 XZ H added to / subtracted from the Y-axis plane G19 YZ H added to / subtracted from the X-axis If the correction is activated in H-plane G17 XY, and t...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Correction table H of the instrument H01 = 1.5H02 = - .5H03 = -1.25H04 = 5Various lines of code and results G17 G43 H1G90 Z0Z moves to 1.5 (from the starting position)Z1 H3Z moves to -0.25 (from the starting position)G44 H3Z0Z moves to 1.25 (from the starting posit...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)P1 - P4original program, lack of scalability P1'-P4 ' scalable software P0Center Zoom Notes on Scaling Note 1:After installing the scaling is valid until until canceled with G50.Note 2:If you scale the arcs using a scaling factor of the primary axis. Note 3:At G27,...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Coordinate Systems The zero point of the machine - is a fixed point on the machine. Usually, the zero point of the machine determines the manufacturer of the machine. It is set by the limit switch and encoder marker pulse on each axis. The zero point of the machine...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The coordinate system used to align the size of the workpiece in accordance with the programs of the machine, called work coordinate system. Working coordinate system is established using one of the following methods. A. using the G92 Two. using the G53 Three. usin...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Note 2: To cancel the G52 to introduce G52 X0 Y0.Note 3: At the G52 correction does not affect the position of the machine. At the G92 correction affects the position of the machine. Note 4: Correction G52 reset during power-up, after the installation to its origi...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)One-way or one-time accelerated positioning (G60)To perform precise positioning with no gaps there is a function of position in one direction. G60 X___ Y___G60 - is a single G-code, it is used instead of the G00.Notes for unidirectional positioning Note 1:The degre...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)For example: *G65 P4371 (program number is 4371, and sets the number 16 in 4371, and the parameter number 7 of 65)To pass parameters to the program to a block can be added to other addresses. For example: *G65 P1402 A500 (program number is 1402 and sets the number ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)IJK determine the center of rotation in the plane the selected G17 G18 G19. Center of rotation is installed by default on the zero point of the current coordinate system at the beginning of each program. If IJK are not present in block G68, the center of rotation w...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)4.If the center of rotation is scaled, it will be scaled up since then, until the new center will be replaced or canceled with G69.Five. Rotation is always performed in the active plane. 6.X, Y and Z can be used instead of I, J and K to the center of rotation. 7.R ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Turn in 3 dimensions (G0, G1, G2, G3, G68 and G69)G0, G1, G2 and G3 refer to the turn in 3 dimensions, if introduced G68 ABm.G68 ABmABm indicates rotation in 3 dimensions. The angle in degrees m - a turn of the first axis of the third. For example, G17 G68 AB30 cau...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Note:Any AA to turn the plane is ignored. Correction of the cutting tool and the trigonometric aid is not fully supported as a function of rotation in three dimensions. With the G69 cancels all corners, including the turn in 3 dimensions. Scalable and then turns th...

  • Page 356

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Rotatable and scalable, then the item G68 I3 J1 AA45.00G51 I4 J1.5 X.9 Y.9X3 Y1X5Y2X3Y1G50G69343

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Cancel mirroring (G70)Install a mirrored display (G71)Commands allow you to receive mirroring mirroring any midline. In the mirrored midline has no effect, on or off scaling or rotation. Mirroring is disabled at the beginning of each program. The team is as follows...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G70 cancels mirroring. Mirroring on the same axis changes the counter and conventional milling. Mirroring the same axis scaling by -1.Group cycles The group makes the program loop, using a block to G-code to determine the processing operations are usually defined b...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Group cycles G-code Boring-ZOperation at the bottom of the hole Challenge + ZApplication G73The intermediate flow -The accelerated movement of The cycle of high-speed drill bits with a periodic output G74Feed Pause →rotation of the spindle clockwiseFeedThe cycle ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Stage 1:Positioning axes X and Y (or the 4th and 5th, if activated) Stage 2:The accelerated movement of the point RStage 3:Handling holes Stage 4:Operation at the bottom of the hole Step 5: Challenge to the point RStage 6:Fast moving to the starting point The work ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES) . .G89Note: The initial level assumes the value of the Z-axis when you first start the cycle group. The figure below shows how to specify the data in G90 or G91.Absolute and incremental programming If the tool is returned to the R point or the initial level, it is...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The initial level and the level of the point R Data on drilling indicated after the G73, G74, G76, G77, G78, G81 - G89. The data is stored in the device management, as modal values for future use in other cycles. Data on the processing cycle in the group are indica...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)For the drilling cycle can be used: P140 forZones of safe returnP141 forThe final depth Z P142 forThe entry-level ZP143 forThe increments of ZP144 forATh depth ZP145 forFeed rate of ZP146 forThe increments of the periodic output bits P147 forOutput gap in the perio...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Uniformly distributed holes can be programmed with the address L. G81 R___ Z___ F___G91 X___ Y___ L___X___ Y____ represent the first and subsequent position openings in the incremental mode (G91). In absolute mode (G90) hole will be drilled repeatedly in the same ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Determination of the initial angle Below is the format command G72. G72 X___ Y___ R___ Q___ P___ K___ position radius number of holesnumber of holes angle circle in center of hole 360 °Drilling first bolt openings openings bolt The p...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Notes on a standard program execution bolt holesNote 1:If P is less than Q, the circle would be incomplete drilled holes for the bolt. Note 2 To move counter-clockwise using a negative radius. Note 3:If you do not want to move to the center of the bolt hole pattern...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The cycle of high-speed drill bits with a periodic output (G73)G73 G98/G99 Z___ R___ V___ Q___ U___ D___ F___The command G73 represents the cycle of high-speed drill with a periodic withdrawal of the drill. With this cycle is executed as follows. A.The accelerated ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The cycle of the soft tapping on the left (G74)G74 G98/G99 Z___ R___ B___ P___ F___The command G74 represents the cycle of soft tapping on the left. Each axis position in this cycle is executed as follows. A.The accelerated movement of the point RTwo. Filing down t...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)For example: 1/4-20 taps, the number of rev / min spindle 4001/20 = 0.05 (stroke)400 x 0,05 = 20 (flow rate) For proper operation metchikoderzhatelya may need to adjust the feed rate. If you tap in the chuck is too drawn out, the feed rate should be increased. If t...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G75 represents Team tsekovaniya cycle. In the loop is executed as follows. 1.The accelerated movement of the point R.2.Filing down to the point V.3.Tsekovanie hole (radius up to P150).4.Filing down the value of Q or a point Z (whichever is less.)5.Repeat steps 3-4 ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G76 F____ P____ R____ Z____ G98/G99The team represents the cycle G76 boring finish. In each position of the axis, this cycle will be performed as follows. AThe accelerated movement of the point R2Filing down to the point Z3Pause at the bottom of the second P 4The o...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The cycle of boring manual (G78) G78 F____ P____ R____ Z____ G98/G99The teams represent the cycle G78 Boring manual. In each of the following axis position in this cycle will happen next. A.The accelerated movement of the point RTwo. Filing down the point Z3.Pause ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Drilling cycle (G81)G81 G98/G99 Z___ R___ F___The team represents drilling cycle G81. In this cycle is executed as follows. A.The accelerated movement of the point RTwo. Filing down the point ZThree. Fast moving to the starting point / point R, as defined G98/G99Dr...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The command G82 is similar to the G81; but pause (indicated by the command P) holds at the bottom of the hole. With this cycle is executed as follows. A.The accelerated movement of the point RTwo. Filing down the point ZThree. Pause for P___ seconds 4.Fast moving t...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The cycle of the soft tapping on the right (G84)G84 G98/G99 Z___ R___ B___ P___ F___The team represents the cycle G84 tapping on the right. Each axis position in this cycle will be performed as follows. A.The accelerated movement of the point RTwo. Filing down the ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)For proper operation metchikoderzhatelya may need to adjust the feed rate. If you tap in the chuck is too drawn out, the feed rate should be increased. If the tap is pushed into the chuck, the feed rate should be reduced.Boring Cycle (G85)G85 G98/G99 Z___ R____ F__...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)The cycle accelerated boring (G86) G86 G98/G99 Z___ R___ F___The team represents the cycle G86 boring fast. Each axis position in this cycle will be performed as follows.A.Starting the spindle (clockwise)Two. The accelerated movement of the point RThree. Filing dow...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Boring feedback loop (G87) G87, G98 F____ R____ Z____The distance and angle indicated by the control parameters of the "back corner holes" and "distance to the rear corner of the hole." The team represents a feedback loop G87 boring. Each axis ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)9.Fast moving up to the starting point 10. Moving back to the starting position XY11. Restarting the spindle 366

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Rigid tapping cycle (G88)G88 G98/G99 Z____ R____ F____ P____ (Q____ V____)The command G88 stands rigid tapping cycle. P (pause) may be used if the distance between the holes is too small to provide time for spindle reverse its rotation in the right direction. This ...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Note 1:If the spindle is rotated in a clockwise direction when running G88, threading is performed on the right. If the spindle rotates counterclockwise when running G88, threading is performed on the left.Note 2:The cycle will not stop tapping until it is complete...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Boring Cycle / Pause (G89) G89 G98/G99 Z___ P___ F___The team represents the cycle G89 boring, with a pause. In each subsequent position of the axis in a given cycle will be performed as follows. A.The accelerated movement of the point RTwo. Submission to the point...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Notes on the specifics of the loop group Note 1:The spindle must be included with the M-code, M3 or M4, before the marked group cycle. M3The rotation of the spindle clockwise...G ____ ...... Correctly M5Stopping the spindle . . .G ____ ..... Wrong (M3 or M4 must b...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Note 4:Specify the data on drilling in the block in which the drilling. The input data (V, Q, B, Z, R, F or P) is stored as modal. Example of drilling: G90G81 G0 R.1 Z-2 F10 (0.1 clearance for drilling, the depth of 2, Z 10 filing)X1 (drill holes at depths of -2 X...

  • Page 385

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)G00 M___G86 X___ Y___ Z___ R___ F___G04 P___(Pauses, drilling is performed.)X__ Y___G04 P___(Pauses, drilling is performed.)X__ Y___G04 P___(Pauses, drilling is performed.) .. .. ..This can not be taken into account if the machine has the function of spindle accele...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Positioning in the absolute coordinate systemG90X0 Y0P1 X1 Y1.5P2 X2 Y2P3 Incremental mode (modal) (G91)This function causes the transition of the control device in an incremental mode. In this mode, all the dimensions are entered on the status of the machine in th...

  • Page 387

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Incremental Positioning G90 X0 Y0P1G91 X1 Y1.5P2X1 Y.5P3 Floating zero (G92)This command sets the working coordinate system. The situation becomes programmed tool position in the current work coordinate system. If you use this command G92 should take it as a "...

  • Page 388

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)in P3. If the machine is positioned at P1, and given the team a G92 X-Y-1, the next time you issue the command X.5 Y.5 machine will be positioned in P3.When using the G92 for the G92 subroutine call to the subroutine call is saved and restored when returning from t...

  • Page 389

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Feed mode with a time delay (G93)G93 - is a modal G-code. In the G93 feed rate mode with a time delay given in inverse seconds (1/sec) or inverse-minute (1/min). Both units used depend on many parameters, which set the units for time-delay mode. In the time delay t...

  • Page 390

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)F100 X12 A180It starts with (0,0,0,0,0) and performs a linear movement 12 inches, The movement is 12 x 60/100 = 7.2 seconds.F28 X1 Y3 Z4 A30 B120It starts with (2,5,1,0, -333), and performs a linear movement 3.74 inches, The movement is 3,74 x 60/28 = 8.02 seconds....

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)CHEESE DISPLAY rotation axis (set of 4 for A, 5 for B)When the cylindrical mapping is enabled, any movement that is specified for the "Axis in position" will be transformed into a movement for "a rotary axis." When a cylindrical display is activ...

  • Page 392

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)MODE 1 - ENTER STRAIGHT CIRCULAR MOVEMENTSIn this mode, use the address 'A'. To calculate the feed distance traveled in degrees, is converted to an equivalent distance on the surface of the cylinder. Example 1: G107 A10 (the radius of the cylinder 10 inches) (If we...

  • Page 393

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)A. When a cylindrical map of activated at a certain radius, the axis of filing, as a rule, does not move. If the axis of the feed is moved, it usually moves in a block separate from the other movements of the axes, and then a re-definition of the radius of the cyli...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)This program clears cut that looks as follows. Cutting width - the distance between a pass and the next. Finishing allowance is not removed in the final pass. For removal allowance should be programmed another cycle of milling. Finishing allowance is not included i...

  • Page 395

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)This cycle can then be used to clean around the sites. Example program areas: P145 = 10 (Feedrate Z)F321 (XY feed rate to clear the notch)G271 P1234 Q1235 R.1 Z-1 D.1 I.05('R' - is the plane R, 'Z' - is the depth Z, 'D' - a cutting width, and the 'I' - a finishing ...

  • Page 396

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)This program clears cut that looks like this: RunTime = Period Main-Prog-Text-Edit-Verf-Graph = Home screen, program-text-edit-check-Graphical Active = Actively TextVer = Test textCorrection: canceled Instrument: Diameter: Length:Submission:Rotation: Coolant: Disab...

  • Page 397

    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)For example: N0020 (my routines) P0 L10 Q20 G990 (Save Settings P0-P9)(Freely use and modify the parameters P0-P9)P0 L10 Q20 G991 (restore P0-P9)M98 (a return to the calling program with the original P0-P9)Read byte parameters (G995)P1 = b G995 (P0 sets...

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    PART 4 - PRE-FUNCTION (G-CODES)Calling error (G997)Forces display an error code. The generated code error is rounded (option number 1).For example:P1 = 408G997 (Causes display of an error 408, error axis Y. The Y-axis does not cause a mismatch error, it only displays the error). Note: P1 = 0 is ...

  • Page 399

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES) These codes are used if the operator programs the CNC Centurion in text mode or manual data entry. They are also generated from the interactive program. It should be noted that most programmers, especially beginners, use interactive programming mode. If y...

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    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)M-codes 387

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    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)M-codesFunction Performed prior to moving Performed after the move M00M01M02M30Stopping the programOptional StopCompletion of the programCompletion of the program /Spindle off XXXXM03M04M05Included spindle rotation in a clockwise directionIncluded spindle...

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    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)M-codesFunction Performed prior to moving Performed after the move M98The operator of the subroutine call X *M99Completion of the operator routines Xbri* These functions can be selected before moving, and after it. Please note: The control unit receives m...

  • Page 403

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Spindle incl. / Off. (M03, M04, M05) With the help of these codes include the spindle: a clockwise rotation (M03), counter-clockwise rotation (M04) or disable (M05). Teams include the spindle will be executed before the command line. M05 will be executed ...

  • Page 404

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Tool changing device codes (M19-M28)These functions are used with the optional automatic tool changer. With the M19 runs spindle orientation. Instrumental drum is controlled by M20 (starting position of instrumental drum), M21 (the rotation of the tool dr...

  • Page 405

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Deployed along the arc geometry after command M94. The feed rate punctured Z - is the parameter number 145, the gap - is the parameter number 140, and the width of the passage - the parameter number 130. The starting point is stored in the next parameter....

  • Page 406

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Notes on the activation / deactivation sweep in 3 dimensions Note 1:Scan in 3 dimensions requires the use of a spherical end mill. Note 2:Scan in 3 dimensions will not work with a rounded or beveled corner. Note 3:Correction of the cutting tool can be use...

  • Page 407

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Example 2: The absence of correction of the cone sectionThe parameter adjustment rounded / tapered wall = no (no)For the cutting of the details of the correction is not required. Example 3: Correction of the cone cavity The parameter adjustment rounded / ...

  • Page 408

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Example 4: Correction of the cone cavityThe parameter adjustment rounded / tapered wall = no (no) For this part does not require correction tool. Note: The first cut at the first depth Z is always adjusted to the range of the instrument. First depth of Z ...

  • Page 409

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Sample Program: With this program runs the cavity 2 "x 3" with walls of 30 °.P140 = .1Gap P141 = -1The final depth of ZP143 = .1The increment of ZP144 = 0A-I have the depth Z, the upper cut P160 = P144P162 = 0To enter the while loopWhile P162 =...

  • Page 410

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Example 1: Correction of the rounded walls of the islandThe parameter adjustment rounded / tapered wall = yes (yes)The first cut - this is the correction to the avoidance of excessive cutting of the vertical wall.Example 2: The absence of correction of cu...

  • Page 411

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Example 4: The lack of correction of curved walls of the cavityThe parameter adjustment rounded / tapered wall = no (no)For this part does not require correction tool.398

  • Page 412

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)This program runs the island 2 "x 3" with rounded walls. The walls have a radius of 2 "and starts at an angle of inclination of 30 °.P140 = .1Gap P141 = -1The final depth of ZP143 = .1The increment of ZP144 = 0A-I have the depth Z P160 = P...

  • Page 413

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Notes on the rounded wallsNote 1:First cut at the first depth Z is always adjusted to the range of the instrument. Note 2:First depth of Z should be on the surface to be cutting. Note 3:If the radius of the initial angle of the walls and do not apply to t...

  • Page 414

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Cleaning the deep recesses (M97)M97 can be used to clean the deep recesses, as well as removing material from the islands. It can also be used for finishing passes in non-standard cavities or islands. This team involves two parameters: the number of passe...

  • Page 415

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Next the program performs a tool with a radius of 0.1 ": To clear the island of the same form should be changed to G41 G42.To perform the finishing pass to download the table tool to tool radius greater than the radius of the actual instrument used. ...

  • Page 416

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)When the main program calls a subroutine, it is considered an attachment with a single cycle. Attachment 2-cycles can be used as shown below. When used with the M98 team L___ team can re-call the subroutine. Team L___ may indicate up to 999 repetitions o...

  • Page 417

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Performing routinesSubroutine is executed when it is caused by the main program or another subprogram. =A= For example: Team subroutine call and the team move can be made in one block. For example: X1 M98 P0200In this example, the subroutine 200 is inv...

  • Page 418

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Note 2: Subroutine call M98___ can not run from the regime of manual data entry. In this case, you should write a short program to call a subroutine. 0XXXXM98PXXXM02Then run it in run mode. Note 3: If the routine changes the floating zero (as a rule, G92 ...

  • Page 419

    SECTION 5 - ADDITIONAL FEATURES (L-CODES)Time is a program may be stored in the directory memory (RAM), or or a catalog of programs to handle the details. The program in the directory memory (RAM) is preceded by the program in the software for processing details. When you call any custom code M ...

  • Page 420

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMING Parametric programming is similar to the macro programming is that to specify the position of the axis of the equation can be used instead of decimal numbers. Centurion CNC does not limit the application of parametrics subroutines or macros. They can be used in ...

  • Page 421

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGNote:Byte parameters are not recorded in the test mode. See the list of numbers of parameters and their descriptions in the Appendix.Arithmetic Operators Below is a list of the available arithmetic operators. Operator Operation +addition -subtraction *multipl...

  • Page 422

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGThe operators of functions Calling a function is denoted by the name of the function (eg, SIN, ATAN, ...), followed by the argument in parentheses. When the function is used to position coordinates, it must be enclosed in parentheses. Examples:X [SIN [45]]Y [ATA...

  • Page 423

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGRounding (ROUND) rounds the decimal value to an integer. Half-integer values are rounded. ROUND [2.3] = 2ROUND [7.88] = 8ROUND [1.5] = 2ROUND [-1.5] = -2Half-integer values (exactly half) are rounded to the nearest even number. ROUND [2.5] = 2ROUND [3.5] = 4Math...

  • Page 424

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGTwo of the above statements do the same thing. If the assertion is true, the N15; if false - runs N21.Examples:IF P1 * P3/COS [P90] GE TAN [P6] THEN X1IF P4/P3 LT P6 GOTO 25IF P1 = P2 THEN P4 = P5 - P6Multiple IF statements can be used to test multiple condition...

  • Page 425

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGGOTO statements The operator N # # # defines the label. Operators GOTO / GOSUB can extend or transfer control to the blocks containing these tags. GOTO statement transfers the program into a block with a prefix of label block, said in the statement GOTO.GOTO 30(...

  • Page 426

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGGOSUB and RETURNGOSUB transfers the program into a block whose number is specified in the statement GOSUB. Implementation will continue through until it encounters a block that contains the operator RETURN. RETURN returns control back to the block immediately fo...

  • Page 427

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGComputational functions A. The tangent arc TANA2.The tangent line TANL3.Creating a 3-point circle CGENThe three above-mentioned functions can be used anywhere in a program for solving various problems of the intersection. These features are input into the parame...

  • Page 428

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGCases of TANA 1st2ndCenterC0 = rightOn the rightLeftC1 = LeftOn the rightLeftC2 = RightLeftLeftC3 = LeftLeftLeftC4 = LeftLeftOn the rightC5 = rightLeftOn the rightC6 = LeftOn the rightOn the rightC7 = rightOn the rightOn the rightCases TANL1st2ndC0 = On the righ...

  • Page 429

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGExample programs using TANA and TANLN1P90 = 0XC arc aN2 P91 = 0YC arc of aN3P92 = 1.5radius of the arc of aN4P93 = 5XC arc twoN5P94 = 4YC arc twoN6P95 = 2arc radius 2N7P96 = 5radius of the arc tangent (is not used for the tangent line) N8TANA C3 or TANL C3N9G2 R...

  • Page 430

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGWith the function to create the circle center and radius are calculated arc passing through any three noncollinear points. The general format for the following functions CGen. The input parameters P90 = X1 P91 = Y1 coordinates of the first point P92 = X2 P93 = Y...

  • Page 431

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGN1P140 = .10.1 GapN2P141 = - .2Depth of cut 0.2 inchesN3P145 = 5Infeed speed 5 inch / minN4G1 F10Feed rate XY 10 inch / minN5S1000 M3The rotation of the spindle clockwiseN6X-4 Y.5The position of the first letter N7Text [MILLTRONICS MFG]Desired TextN8M30End of pr...

  • Page 432

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGAdditional commands GapsGaps can be used anywhere in the program. For example, Z1.234 can be written as Z 1. April 23, if you want. Blocks Blocks without valid information. Comments Go to comments is any text enclosed in brackets, they are ignored by the control...

  • Page 433

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMING# N [LT] #n [LT] displays the parameter n with leading digits L and LSB T.For example: P100 = 1.235 P101 = 2.87656PRINT [P100 = # 100 [04] P101 = # 101 [33]] shows"P100 = 1.2350 P101 = 002.877"If the field of senior and junior categories are not filled...

  • Page 434

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGDPRNTDPRNT displays the text in a file or an RS-232, which specifies the command POPEN. For example: DPRNT [PLEASE CLEAR THE WORK AREA] (Please clean the work area) # N writes the value For example: DPRNT [X # 208 Y # 209 Z # 210] displays the current position X...

  • Page 435

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGINPUTThe operator INPUT (input operator) is used to enter data(ENTER) the front panel. For example: INPUT (X START POSITION) P1The operator will be given a hint about the data to be entered. The operator can use the data that is displayed when you press ENTER (E...

  • Page 436

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGPULSE0 Sends a pulse to the output pin. Example 1: PULSE0 Z10 (removal of the output pin Z № 10, a delay by the number of milliseconds specified in the optional parameter PULSEx pulse delay (ms), then setting the output pin Z10)Example 2: PULSE0 X2 P3.5 (remov...

  • Page 437

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGOutput 5101620163016 40165016Output 610172017301740175017Output 710182018301840185018Output 810192019301940195019off 910202020302040205020off 1010212021302140215021off 1110222022302240225022off 1210232023302340235023Note:Operators PIN can be used in conditional ...

  • Page 438

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGNote: The input pin is used by teams of detector is selected in the advanced options. Contact LineThe function return line can be used in any command line. This function changes the direction of the programmed line. Return line is typically used when the endpoin...

  • Page 439

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGMOD (modulo operation)MOD is used to shift the position axis. It is typically used to set the rotation axis in a positive position between 0 and 360 degrees. It can be useful after the rotary axis makes a few turns in one direction. Examples:G0 A750MOD A360 (A-a...

  • Page 440

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGHOME (starting position)To bring the axis to its original position in the program should use the HOME.For example: Home Z0 (Z-axis leads to the starting position, the number of "0 " does not mean anything)Home X0Y0 (leads to the initial position of the...

  • Page 441

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGIn the above example, the tool performs 16 passes for each blade, starting at X.5 step up to the X2 0,1 ". Z is equal to 0 on the entire front edge of the blade and drops to 0 for the first pass and to -0.3" at the last pass . Each shift of the axis of...

  • Page 442

    SECTION 6 - PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMINGX1.0500Y0.0000X1.0360Y0.0906X1.1030Y0.1945X1.1301Y0.3028X1.0525Y0.3831X0.9516Y0.4437...X1.0149Y-0.3694X1.0301Y-0.3028X1.0242Y-0.1806X1.0560Y-0.0924X1.13000Y-0.0000Z1M5429

  • Page 443

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS The following example demonstrates the various problems associated with programming, and possible solutions to these problems by using CNC Centurion. The program, driven for each sample parts, in any case is not the only solution for this part. A description of ea...

  • Page 444

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample programs one EIAN1G0 G17 G20 G32 G40 G50 G69 G80 G90N2T1 M6N3X-1 Y-1 S3000 M03N4G43 H1 Z.1 M08N5G01 Z-.375 F5N6G41 D1 X0 F25N7Y3.5N8X1.5 N9G3 R1 AA180 AB-45N10G1 R.S AB45N11G2 R1 XC5.9142 YC4.0858 AB0N12G1 Y0N13X-1 N14G40 Y-1N15G0 Z.1 M9N16M5Explanation of ...

  • Page 445

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN10Move the line with the estimated endpoint, described using polar coordinates, an angle of 45 ° radius of 0.5N11The absolute center of the radius of an "arc in a clockwise direction XC5.9142 YC4.0858 and posterior angle of 0 °N12Move the line in Y0N13Move...

  • Page 446

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Rotational speed of spindle S [3000] The direction of spindle rotation [clockwise] Coolant [irrigation]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 2 of 11 Puncture tool - Start cutting cycle The feed rate puncture Z [5 ] Return point [Gap] Gap ...

  • Page 447

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 5 of 11 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug Plane[XY] The feed rateF [] Direction [counter-clockwise] Center [The polar] The radius of the arc R [1] ...

  • Page 448

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 7 of 11 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug Plane[XY] The feed rateF [] Direction [Clockwise] Center [The absolute center] The radius of the arcR [1] Center of arc XC [5.9142] YC [4.0858] End point [The polar] The final angleAB [0] Z ...

  • Page 449

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 10 of 11 Removal of the instrument Complete cycle of milling The direction of the workpiece after the removal tool [Automatic]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 11 of 11 End of program Turn off the spindle [Yes] Disconnect co...

  • Page 450

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSThe sample program EIA 2A N1T1 M6N2 G0 X-1 Y1 S3000 M3N3G43 H1 Z.1 M8N4G1 Z-.375 F5N5G42 D1 X0 F25N6Y-1.5N7G3 XC1 YC-1.5 AB-45 R1N8G2XC2.7071 YC-3.2071 AB-45 R1.4142N9G3 XC4.4142 YC-1.5 AB0 R1N10G1 Y0N11X-1N12G40 Y1N13G0 Z.1 M9N14M05Explanation of the EIA 2A pr...

  • Page 451

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN11Move the line in the X-1 Y0N12Turn off correction in the cutting tool, the movement in the X-1 Y1N13Rapid traverse Z in 0.1 and off coolantN14Turn off the spindle An example of an interactive program 2A Event 0 of 10 Installing the software The name of the pro...

  • Page 452

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS The final depth of Z[- .375 ] 1st depth Z [- .375 ] The increment of Z [1 ] The point of puncture X X [0] The point of puncture Y Y [0] Correction [Automatic, right] Options [---]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 3 of 10 Geomet...

  • Page 453

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 5 of 10 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug Plane[XY] The feed rateF [] Direction [Clockwise] Center [The absolute center] The radius of the arcR [1] Center of arc XC [1.4142] YC [-3.197] End point [The polar] The final angleAB [-45] Z ...

  • Page 454

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 8 of 10 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [0] The Y-axisY [ ] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Eve...

  • Page 455

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 2B The same detail as in sample 2A, but programmed by using the tangent arc. The sample program EIA 2BN1T1 M6N2G0 X-1 Y1 S3000 M3N3G43 H1 Z.1 M8N4G1 Z-.375 F5N5G42 D1 X0 F25N6Y-1.5N7P90 = 1N8P91 = -1.5N9P92 = 1N10P93 = 4.4142N11P94 = -1.5N12P95 = 1N13P96...

  • Page 456

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSExplanation of the EIA program, 2BN1Change the tool number 1N2Fast positioning in the X-1 is Y1; inclusion of rotation of the spindle in a clockwise direction (3000 rev / min)N3Calling correction "H" number one tool, the positioning of Z in the 0.1 and t...

  • Page 457

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSAn example of an interactive program 2B 0 of 9 Event Installing the software The name of the program[EXAMPLE 2B] Dimensions [Absolute] Units [The English system] Working coordinate [---] Installation Notes: [] [] [] [] [] []-----------------------------------...

  • Page 458

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Options [---]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 3 of 9 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [25] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [] The Y-axisY [-1.5] The Z-axisZ [ ] End [---] Elongation in the opposite d...

  • Page 459

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 5 of 9 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug Plane[XY] The feed rateF [] Direction [counter-clockwise] Center [The absolute center] The radius of the arcR [1] Center of arc XC [4.4142] YC [-1.5] End point [The polar] The final angleAB [0] ...

  • Page 460

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 8 of 9 Removal of the instrument Complete cycle of milling The direction of the workpiece after the removal tool [Automatic]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 9 of 9 End of program Turn off the spindle [Yes] Disconnect coolan...

  • Page 461

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 3A The sample program EIA 3AN1T1 M6N2G41 D1 S3000 M03N3G65 X0 Y99N4G0 Y0N5G43 H1 Z.1 M8N6G1 Z-.375 F5N7X1 F25N8G2 XC2 YC0 AB135 R1N9G1 AB45 R.5N10G2 XC4 YC2 X5 Y2 R1N11G3 XC7 YC2 X9 R2N12G1 Y5N13X0 N14Y0N15G65 X99 N16G40N17G0 Z.1 M9N18M5Start / End448

  • Page 462

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSExplanation of the program, EIA 3AN1Change the tool number 1N2The choice of the correction on the cutting tool on the left, the activation of correction "D" tool number 1 and the inclusion of rotation of the spindle in a clockwise direction (3000 rev / m...

  • Page 463

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSAn example of an interactive program 3A Event 0 out of 12 Installing the software The name of the program[EXAMPLE 3A] Dimensions [Absolute] Units [The English system] Working coordinate [---] Installation Notes: [] [] [] [] [] []------------------------------...

  • Page 464

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Correction [left] [Cartesian] X to the puncturing X [0] Y to puncture Y [99] Options [---]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 3 of 12 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [25] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-a...

  • Page 465

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 5 of 12 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates[Polar] Plane[XY] Type [current] Length R [.5] The final angleAB [45] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------...

  • Page 466

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 7 of 12 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug Plane[XY] The feed rateF [] Direction [counter-clockwise] Center [The absolute center] The radius of the arcR [2] Center of arc XC [7] YC [2] End point[Absolute]X [9]Y []Z [] The final option is[-...

  • Page 467

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 10 of 12 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [] The Y-axisY [0] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Eve...

  • Page 468

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 3B The same detail as in the sample 3A, but programmed with the function of the tangent line. The sample program EIA 3BN1T1 M6N2G41 D1 S3000 M3N3G65 X0 Y99N4G0 Y0N5G43 H1 Z.1 M8N6G1 Z-.375 F5N7X1 F25N8P90 = 2N9P91 = 0N10P92 = 1N11P93 = 4N12P94 = 2N13P95...

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    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN25M5Note: Lines with the N8 to N13 can be written as follows: N9 P90 = 2 P91 = 0 P92 = 1 P93 = P94 = 4 2 P95 = 1Explanation of the program, EIA 3BN1Change the tool number 1N2The choice of the correction on the cutting tool on the left, the activation of correctio...

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    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN20Moving the line X0 Y5N21Moving the line X0 Y0N22Installation of the "points after a puncture» X99 Y0Note: The machine does not perform the movement in this position.N23Turn off correction in the cutting toolN24Rapid traverse Z in 0.1 and off coolantN25Tur...

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    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 2 of 11 Puncture tool - Start cutting cycle The feed rate puncture Z [5 ] Return point [Gap] Gap [.1 ] The final depth of Z[- .375 ] 1st depth Z [- .375 ] The increment of Z [1 ] The point of puncture X X [0] The point of puncture Y Y [0] C...

  • Page 472

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 4 of 11 Connecting two arcs tangent line or arc in the plane[XY]Milling of the first arc in the direction [clockwise]R1[1 ]XC1[2] YC1[0]The second arc is to calculate: R2[2]XC2[4 ] YC2[2]The output of the 1st arc[left]Log in during the 2nd arc [Left]Co...

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    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 6 of 11 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug Plane[XY] The feed rateF [] Direction [counter-clockwise] Center [The absolute center] The radius of the arcR [2] Center of arc XC [7] YC [2] End point[Absolute]X [9]Y []Z [] The final option is[-...

  • Page 474

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 9 of 11 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [] The Y-axisY [0] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 1...

  • Page 475

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 4A The sample program EIA 4AN1T1 M6N2G41 D01 S3000 M3N3G65 X99 Y0N4G0 X0 N5G43 H1 Z.1 M8N6G1 Z-.375 F5N7Y-2 F25N8G2 XC0 YC-3 AB-45 R1N9G3 XC2.1213 YC-2.2929 AB-45 R2N10G2 XC4.2426 YC-3 AB90 R1N11G1 Y0N12X0 N13G65 Y-99N14G40N15G0 Z.1 M9N16M5POSITION pierc...

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    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSExplanation of the program, EIA 4AN1Change the tool number 1N2The choice of the correction on the cutting tool on the left, the activation of correction "D" tool number 1 and the inclusion of rotation of the spindle in a clockwise direction (3000 rev / m...

  • Page 477

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSAn example of an interactive program 4A Event 0 of 10 Installing the software The name of the program[EXAMPLE 4A] Dimensions [Absolute] Units [The English system] Working coordinate [---] Installation Notes: [] [] [] [] [] []----------------------------------...

  • Page 478

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS The point of puncture Y Y [0] Correction [left] [Cartesian] X to the puncturing X [99] Y to puncture Y [0] Options [---]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 3 of 10 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [25] C...

  • Page 479

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 5 of 10 Geometrical parameters of milling - Doug Plane[XY] The feed rateF [] Direction [counter-clockwise] Center [The absolute center] The radius of the arcR [2] Center of arc XC [2.1213] YC [-2.2929] End point [Polar] Clearance AB [-45] Z...

  • Page 480

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 8 of 10 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [0] The Y-axisY [ ] The Z-axis Z [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Even...

  • Page 481

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 4B Programming of the arc with the formation of 3-point circle. The points X1, X2, X3 - a point used to program each axis. The sample program EIA 4BN1T1 M6N2G41 D1 S3000 M03N3G65 X99 Y0N4X0 N5G43 H1 Z.1 M8N6G1 Z-.375 F5N7Y-2 F25N8P90 = 0N9P91 = -2N10P92 ...

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    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN20P94 = 4.1213N21P95 = -2.2929N22CGENN23G3 XC [P80] YC [P81] R [P82] AB300N24P90 = 4.2426N25P91 = -4N26P92 = 3.2426N27P93 = -3N28P94 = 4.2426N29P95 = -2N30CGENN31G2 XC [P80] YC [P81] R [P82] X [P94] Y [P95]N32G1 Y0N33X0 N34G65 Y-99N35G40N36G0 Z.1 M9N37M5Explanati...

  • Page 483

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN16- - The coordinates of three points in the second circle N21N22Calculation of the second circle on the basis of three pointsN23Team of the arc, moving a point in the calculated N24- - The coordinates of three points in the third circle N29N30The calculation of ...

  • Page 484

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 1 of 10 Change of tool Tool[Cut] The position tool changer X [] Y [] Number of toolsT [1] Description of instrument[ ] Number of the next tool[] Rotational speed of spindle S [3000] The direction of spindle rotation [clockwise] Coolant [irrigati...

  • Page 485

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 4 of 10 Generator 3-point circle Plane [XY] Direction [Clockwise] X1 [0] Y1 [-2] X2 [a] Y2 [-3] X3 [0] Y3 [-4] Use the X3, Y3, as the end point [no] Clearan...

  • Page 486

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 8 of 10 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [0] The Y-axisY [ ] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elon...

  • Page 487

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 5 The sample program EIA 5N1T1 M6N2G42 D1 S3000 M03N3G65 X99 Y0N4G0 X0 N5G43 H1 Z.1 M8N6G1 Z-.375 F5N7Y2 F25N8G2 XC2 YC2 AB45 R2, R.0001N9X5 YC2 AB0 R2N10G1 Y0N11X0 N12G65 Y99N13G40N14G0 Z.1 M9N15M5Explanation of the EIA program 5N1Change the tool number...

  • Page 488

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN4Installing the "point of puncture» X0 Y0; movement in his adjusted point, as determined by the previous block N5Calling correction "H" number one tool, the positioning of Z in the 0.1 and the inclusion of coolantN6Submission of Z-0.375 at 5 inche...

  • Page 489

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Installation Notes: [] [] [] [] [] []-------------------------------------------------- - Event 1 of 9 Change of tool Tool[Turn] The position tool changer X [] Y [] Number of toolsT [1] Description of instrument[ ] Number of the next tool[] Rotational...

  • Page 490

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 3 of 9 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [25] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [] The Y-axisY [2] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event ...

  • Page 491

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Event 6 of 9 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [] The Y-axisY [0] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 7 ...

  • Page 492

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 6 The sample program EIA 6N1T1 M6N2G42 D1 S3000 M3N3G65 X0 Y0N4X.5 Y1.5N5G43 H1 Z.1 M8N6G1 Z-.375 F5N7X1 Y3 F25 N8X0N9G3 XC-1.2689 YC2.2 X-3 R1.5N10G1 X-4N11X-6.1 Y.5N12Y0N13X0 N14X.5 Y1.5N15G65 X1 Y3N16G40N17G0 Z.1 N18M30Explanation of the EIA program, ...

  • Page 493

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSN3Installation of a "point to puncture» X0 Y0 Note: The machine does not perform the movement in this position. N4Installing the "point of puncture» X.5 Y1.5; movement in his adjusted point, as determined by the previous block N5Calling correction &quo...

  • Page 494

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Installation Notes: [] [] [] [] [] []-------------------------------------------------- - Event 1 of 12 Change of tool Tool[Turn] The position tool changer X [] Y [] Number of toolsT [1] Description of instrument[ ] Number of the next tool[] Rotationa...

  • Page 495

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS The X-axisX [1] The Y-axisY [3] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 4 of 12 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X...

  • Page 496

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]------------------------------------------------- Event 7 of 12 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [-6.1] The Y-axisY [.5] The ...

  • Page 497

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS Elongation in the opposite direction [off.]-------------------------------------------------- - Event 10 of 12 Geometrical parameters of milling - Line The feed rate F [] Coordinates [Cartesian] The X-axisX [0] The Y-axisY [ ] The Z-axisZ [] End [---] Elo...

  • Page 498

    SECTION 7 - EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMSSample 7 In this example, the program uses the rotary axis. Axis "A" is programmed in decimal degrees format XXX.XXX.An example of programming the rotary axis, a sample of seven03,119Moving along the axis A - Screw 4 screw slots G20 G90N1 G0 Z.1The po...

  • Page 499

    APPENDIX Error Messages001Invalid function number (Invalid function number)Pay attention to what happened and call for technical support. It was non-existent function call to DOS.002File not found (File not found)The name of the file labeled as outdated, does not exist. Use the MENU. 003Path not ...

  • Page 500

    APPENDIX 100Disk read error (Error reading disk) An attempt was made to edit the file that was somehow damaged, possibly during the editing power loss occurred or an error 101. Try to edit another file to see whether the problem is only one particular file. In this case, the program must be resto...

  • Page 501

    APPENDIX 150Disk is write-protected (disk is write-protected) Check whether there is a write-protect sticker used on a floppy disk. 151Unknown unit (unit unknown)152Drive not ready (The disc is not ready)Check whether there is a disc in the drive. 153Unknown command (Unknown command) 154CRC error...

  • Page 502

    APPENDIX controller unit controls the network)186It also appears as an error 954. Control (NCB card) not detected (control unit (ECU network card) is not detected) - occurs when power All CNC Centurion 6 and 7. The control unit is not recorded in the correct signature dual-port memory, pointing o...

  • Page 503

    APPENDIX Built-in network control block 3.19 or laterBuilt-in interface 1.11 and later versionsInterface board reported that it removed the guard circuit, since there was no information from the network management card unit for about 3 pulses of about 0.003 seconds. REASONS:A. Fiber optic cable i...

  • Page 504

    APPENDIX 192It also appears as an error 960.Control (NCB card) Failure (Failure control unit (ECU network card)Centurion 6 and 7Version of the NC 268 and laterThe board of network management unit did not respond for a long time. REASONS:A. Defective unit network management card.Two. NC 268-279 fa...

  • Page 505

    APPENDIX 209TP Overlay Error (Error rassovmescheniya TR)210TP Object Error (Error object TR)211TP Object Error (Error object TR)212TP Object Error (Error object TR)213TP Object Error (Error object TR)214TP Object Error (Error object TR)300Program already exists (program already exists) An attempt...

  • Page 506

    APPENDIX Try using a different file name. 310File not formatted for conversational or parameters (The file is not formatted for the dialog mode or parameters) The problem in obtaining the file via RS-232. Check if there was sent the correct file. 311Parameter file not valid (invalid parameter fil...

  • Page 507

    APPENDIX 322or custom G code program not found. (Or a specialized program G-code not found) 323or custom M code program not found. (Or a program of specialized M-code not found)324Invalid path or program not found for M6 tool change macro. (Path is invalid or not found a program for macro M6 tool...

  • Page 508

    APPENDIX 413Attempted to move into safe zone (Trying to move into the security zone) 415Can't establish DNC link while program is running (can not connect to DNC during program execution) You must stop a running program before you connect DNC 416Out of position, arc end point is not on the arc (o...

  • Page 509

    APPENDIX automatic tool change when you switch to manual mode) 457Move length too great for control (length of the displacement is too large to manage) (Divided into smaller segments move) 458X axis is in the manual mode. Push reset to enable it (X-axis in manual mode. Click on Reset to activate ...

  • Page 510

    APPENDIX 519Feedrate out of range (feed rate beyond) The programmed feed rate exceeds the value of "maximum flow rate" in the settings of the machine. The programmed feed rate can be negative. 520Spindle speed out of range (Spindle speed goes outside) The programmed spindle speed exceed...

  • Page 511

    APPENDIX 536Can't chamfer and round the same corner (can not be chamfered and round the same corner) Select a chamfer or round the corner from him. 537Can't chamfer to or from arcs (impossible with a chamfer arcs) 538Loop counter out of range (cycle counter is outside) The maximum number of cycle...

  • Page 512

    APPENDIX 550Bad numeric format (Invalid number format) Expected a numeric value or a parameter value enclosed in [], then enter X, Y, Z, R, etc. 551Multiple decimal points (a few decimal points)A few decimal points were found in a single numerical value. 552Missing "]" (missing "]&...

  • Page 513

    APPENDIX 572Pocket clear is not in a Start / End mill cycle -WHILE WEND loop-(Cleaning the deep recesses is not in the loop Start / end milling)Cycle-WHILE WEND -Use the START (Start) at the beginning of the cycle milling and END (End) to end the cycle of milling. 573Round wall is not in a Start ...

  • Page 514

    APPENDIX 602Missing WEND statement (Missing operator WEND) Perhaps the end of the cycle without cutting cycle began milling.603Program N # # # # does not exist (Program N # # # # does not exist) The program, called as a subroutine does not exist. Check whether the called program in memory. 606Pro...

  • Page 515

    APPENDIX 805Invalid probe setup (Incorrect installation of the sensor) The input file does not begin a comment that contains three stars. Also, the following three blocks must be X, Y, Z or Y, X, Z, depending on the scanning plane. 806Scan origin expected (Waiting for the origin of scan) Multiple...

  • Page 516

    APPENDIX 950Obsolete controller software for this system (Legacy software controller for the system) 951Obsolete acroloop software for this system (Legacy software acroloop for this system)952Obsolete keyboard software for this system (Legacy software keyboard for the system)953Obsolete bit acces...

  • Page 517

    APPENDIX 024Spindle Inch Leading Digits (senior level in the spindle-inch system of measurement) 025Spindle Inch Trailing Digits (junior level in the spindle-inch system of measurement) 026Spindle Metric Leading Digits (Senior spindle discharges in the metric system of measurement) 027Spindle Me...

  • Page 518

    APPENDIX 069Tool Change Type (Type of tool change) 070Run Rapid 100% (Running, accelerated the movement of 100%) 071Dry Run Rapid 100% (Idle, accelerated the movement of 100%) 072Spindle on in Dry Run (spindle turned on at idle) 073Tool Table Diameters \ Radius (Diameter / Radius tool table) 075...

  • Page 519

    APPENDIX 202ATC Counter Clockwise Coast (Movement of the tool changer of inertia counter-clockwise) 203ATC Counter Clockwise Brake (Braking device tool changer counter-clockwise) 204Electronic Spindle Gears (electronic transmission of spindle) 206Show current position in E-Stop (Display the curr...

  • Page 520

    APPENDIX 371Safe Zone on at Power Up (Safe area is activated when power is turned on) 374New Remote Hand-Wheel (The new remote handwheel) 375Sub Work-Coordinate System (auxiliary working system of coordinates) 376-391Machine Serial Number (Serial number of the machine) 392High Tool Change on Pi...

  • Page 521

    APPENDIX 477Watch Spindle up to Speed (Track spindle acceleration signal) 478Chiller Fault Axis (Axis cooling malfunction) 479Chiller Fault Input (Input malfunction of cooling) 480Tool Carousel Index Button (Button indexing rotary tool magazine) 489Handwheel G54-Z (flywheel G54-Z) 490E-Stop Opti...

  • Page 522

    APPENDIX 552Up-to-speed Input (Signal input acceleration) 554Coolant Through Code - Used in NCB files for coolant through spindle (ID Coolant - Use file control block chain for the coolant through the spindle) 555Auto Rotary Brake2 - Copy of PB397 (Automatic rotary brake 2 - A copy of the PB397)509

  • Page 523

    The actual parametersIt should be very careful when writing to any settings other than Custom parameters P00-P99.P00-P99 User Parameters (Custom Settings) P100-Probe ParametersP111(Parameters of the sensor) P112-UnassignedP139(Not assigned) P140R plane (plane R)P141Final Z depth (final depth of Z...

  • Page 524

    APPENDIX P189Scale factor axis 2 (Y) (2-axis scaling factor (Y))P190Scale factor axis 3 (Z) (3-axis scaling factor (Z))P191Scale factor axis 4 (A) (4-axis scaling factor (A))P192Scale factor axis 5 (B) (5-axis scaling factor (B))P193Scale factor opt. axis (the axis scaling factor optional) P194Sc...

  • Page 525

    APPENDIX P235Work offset axis 4 (A) (Working Correction axis 4 (A))P236Work offset axis 5 (B) (Correction Working axle 5 (B))P237Work offset optional axis (the axis of the Working correction optional)P238Work offset optional axis (the axis of the Working correction optional)P239Work offset option...

  • Page 526

    APPENDIX P309Cutter compensation (correction to the cutting tool)P310Canned cycle (Group cycle)P311Dimension (Size) P312Feed unit (Supply unit)P313Spindle unit (Knot Spindle)P314Spindle direction (direction of rotation of the spindle)P315Linear unit (Linear node)P316Scale (Scale)P317Rotate (turn)...

  • Page 527

    APPENDIX P408Work G52 axis 3 (Z) (working 3 axis (Z) G52)P409Work G52 axis 4 (A) (Working axis 4 (A) G52)P410Work G52 axis 5 (B) (Working axis 5 (B) G52)P411Work G52 optional axis (Working optional axis)P412Work coordinate a (X) (Operating a coordinate (X))P413Work coordinate a (Y) (Operating a c...

  • Page 528

    APPENDIX P454Positive safe zone (X) (Positive safety zone (X))P455Positive safe zone (Y) (A positive safety zone (Y))P456Positive safe zone (Z) (Positive safety zone (Z))P457Positive safe zone (A) (positive safety zone (A))P458Positive safe zone (B) (positive safety zone (B))P459Positive safe zon...

  • Page 529

    APPENDIX P798Max Graph Size (Maximum Graphics)P799-Unassigned (not assigned)P811P812Block Rate (frequency blocks)P814Cad Epsilon (Epsilon Cad)P815-Unassigned (not assigned)P816P817Spindle Encoder PPU1 (The number of pulses / rev encoder spindle 1)P818Actual Spindle RPM (actual spindle speed)P819-...

  • Page 530

    APPENDIX P975-Unassigned (not assigned)P999 P1000- Axis 1 Address (X) P1099(Address 1 axis (X))P1100- Axis 2 Address (Y)P1199(Address of axis 2 (Y))P1200- Axis 3 Address (Z)P1299(Address the 3 axis (Z))P1300- Axis 4 Address (A)P1399(Address of axis 4 (A)) P1400- Axis 5 Address (B)P1499(Address 5-...

  • Page 531

    APPENDIX pulse = 1)P1042G28 reference point (X) (G28 reference point (X))P1043G30 reference point 2 (X) (G30 control point 2 (X))P1044G30 reference point 3 (X) (G30 reference point 3 (X))P1045G30 reference point 4 (X) (G30 reference point 4 (X))P1046Max Handwheel Error (X) (Maximum error of the f...

  • Page 532

    APPENDIX P1624- Thermo Position SensorP1631(The thermal position sensor)P1632- Thermo Voltage ReferenceP1639(Thermal voltage reference)P1640- Thermo Position ReferenceP1647(The thermal reference point position)P1648- Unassigned (Not assigned)P1699P1700- Security Codes P1799(Security codes)P1800- ...

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