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    I-MAP-BOSP-U1OOM/OSP-U1OMOPERATION (1st Edition)Pub. No. 4191-E (ME51-196-R1) Apr. 1998Il

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    ME00-001-R1 P-(i)SAFETY PRECAUTIONSSAFETYPRECAUTIONSThe machineis equipped with safety devices whichserve toprotect personnel and the machine itselffrom hazards arisingfrom unforeseen accidents.However, operators must notrely exclusively onthese safety devices: they mustalsobecome fully familiar ...

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    ME00-001-R1 P-(ii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS2.Points toCheck BeforeTurning on the Power(1)Close all the doorsof theelectrical control cabinet and operation panel topreventthe entryofwater, chips,and dust.(2)Make absolutely sure that there is nobody near the moving partsof themachine, andthat therearenoob...

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    ME00-001-R1 P-(iii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS5.On Finishing Work(1)On finishing work, clean thevicinity of themachine.(2)Return the ATC, APC andother equipment tothe predeterminedretraction position.(3)Always turn off the power tothe machine before leaving it.(4)To turn offthe power, turn off theCONTROL ...

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    ME0D-001-R1 P-(iv)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS(11) Periodic Inspection oftheElectrical ControlCabineta)Cleaningthe coolingunitThe cooling unit in the door of theelectrical control cabinetserves to preventexcessive tem¬perature rise inside theelectrical controlcabinet andincrease thereliability of the NCun...

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    4191-E P-(i)TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTSPAGESECTION 1OVERVIEW11. Features12.Function Configuration3.Operation Status Transfer Diagram23SECTION 2OPERATIONS TOCALL SOLIDSHAPEMACHINING FUNCTIONS4SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPEMENU61. Operations forSolid Shape Module1-1.Pattern Selection1-2.Setting Data1-3...

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    4191-E P-(ii)TABLE OFCONTENTSPAGE2-4.Creating ShapeDefinition Program2-5.Pattern Selection for Ridge Machining End CommandBlock. .2-6.Data Setting for Ridge Machining End CommandBlock2-7.Block Insert for RidgeMachiningEnd Command Block3.Ridge MachiningScreens andOperationson TheseScreens3-1.Ridge...

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    '4191-E P-(iii)TABLE OF CONTENTSPAGE5-5.Remarks6.Three-Dimensional SlopeSurface Interpolation6-1.GeneralProgramming Format6-2.Operations6-3.Remarks...,7.Cam Curve Interpolation (Variant Sine Curve)7-1.General ProgrammingFormat7-2.Operations8.Ridge Machining Menu(Line,Convex/Concave Arc, Line + Ta...

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    4191-EP-1SECTION 1OVERVIEWSECTION 1OVERVIEWThis partdescribes thesolid shape machining function whichisone ofthedialog patterncycle functionsdeveloped forPart I, “DialogProgrammingFunction A".The solid shape machining function includes two pattern cycles (solid shape and ridge machining) i...

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    4191-E P-2SECTION 1OVERVIEW2.FunctionConfigurationThisfunction uses the programming module to createa solid machining program, and theprogramexecution module toexecutetheprogram.(1)Programming ModuleThemodule contains these patternselections, selected fromthemenu screens, data setting usingthe da...

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    COO"DCODialogPattern CycleFunctions0)Orn3(CONVERT)( MENU)(/>( MENU)0)(BLOCK--- orc( FIXED CVCt-E)( BLOCK ALTER)Writing orconvertingprogram(/>( MENU QUIT)( HOLEPATfjRN)Hr-ia)( MENU INPUT)(sF)( SELECT)IIM*nufunctioncafoctionPatternaotociionPottomsotocUonDataPropromeditingDataItrottingpot...

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    4191-EP-4SECTION 2OPERATIONS TOCALL SOLIDSHAPE MACHINING FUNCTIONSSECTION 2OPERATIONS TOCALL SOLID SHAPEMACHINING FUNCTIONSThis sectionexplainsthe operation tocall the solid shapefunctions.Interactive pattern cycle functions areexplained indifferent manuals.*NE ABC•file createf :ie eric!MENULIN...

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    4191-EP-5SECTION 2OPERATIONS TO CALLSOLID SHAPE MACHINING FUNCTIONS[F1](SOLID SHAPE)Thesolid shape patternselection screen isdisplayed.[F2](RIDGE MACH)The ridge machining patternselectionscreen is displayed.[F5](CONVERT)The patternreverse conversion is executed.[F7](MENU QUIT)Thescreen returnstot...

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    4191-E P-6SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUSECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU1.Operations forSolid Shape ModulePatternSelection1-1.Pressthe function key [F6] (GUIDE).The display screen changes to the guidedrawing screen.Guide drawingpages can be changedby pressingthe page keys.(D(2)OPEPn’ICiriMV*5Zi:~RBC.nIf.57 ...

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    4191-EP-7SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(3)Pressingthefunction key[F5] (DISPLAY RETURN) returnsthe displayscreen from themenu typeguide drawingscreen tothe patternselection screen.Onthe patternselection screen, prompt“>SL" isdisplayed.Designate the required patternwith the code number. The me...

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    4191-E P-8SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU1-2.Setting DataPrompt “>Snappears atthe console line on the data setting screen.Input the dataone byone by locating thecursor on each desired data settingitem.Locate CursoronNumerical DataPress(1)SEQUENCENAMEN(2)REFERENCE POINTX(3)REFERENCE POINTY(4)LENGTHX...

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    4191-E P-9SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUPROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC.MIN9? -04 '010:05:30>1SOLIDSHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINT(CONVEX QUAD FT’RAMID)mmNiX1:TLENGTH >: AXISLENGTH V AXIS-REFERENCE PLATECUTTING HEIGHTSLOPE ANGLEESCAPEAMOLfTTCORrCR RSIZEAPPROACHRAI'ILSFINISH ALLC<4ANCEcont in...

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    4191-E P-10SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUPROGRAM OPERATIONHW5EDITABO. MIN9? OJ-'O:0:0S:47N: GO:<o YO1200MS S1C3QM3iflSOLID SHAPE•CONVEX QUAD P.'RAMIL?mm(corrt inued 1RCOSHCUT.WIDTHFEED PITCH AMOUNTCUTTER DIAMETERCOPTER R PADIUSTOOL 'OFFSET NO.CUTTING FEEDRATEI ITTEED FEEDRATESTART DIRECTIONr L!F!...

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    4191-E P-11SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU1-3.ConfirmationAfter inputting thenumerical data for each data setting items,press the function key [F6] (CONFIRM). Thisdraws thedefined shape on thedisplayscreen so that the operator can visually confirm the correctnessofthe input data.For details ofthisdata ...

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    4191-E P-12SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUPROGRAMOPERATIONI-MAFEDITABC. MIN97x04/010:02:17N1 G0 X0 YOZ200NE SI03Q M3>flSOLIDSHAPESEQUENCEmrcREFERENCE POINT(CONVEX QUAD PYRAMID)N'IX0.0000.000500.000300.0000.000150.00025.000020.0O0YLTIL0£TH XAXISLENGTH YAXISREFERENCE PLATE!CUTTING HEIGHTSLOPEANGLEESCA...

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    4191-E P-13SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU[Supplement]1.When thedata settingscreen is displayed usingthe patternreverse conversionoperation,the function keyname assigned to thefunction key[F4] is BLOCKALTER.If thedata requisite for program format isomitted on the data setting screen,pressing thefunctio...

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    4191-E P-14SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU1-4.Block InsertBy pressing the functionkey [F4] (BLOCKINSERT),one block ofprogram is created fromthe setdataandwritten tothe program displayed in the program display lines (3 lines). Theprogram is written as theone-blockinsertion operation atthe highlightedposi...

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    4191-EP-15SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(2)Because the setdataremainsas is, it can be used to setthe datafor thesame pattern (1 CONVEXQUADRANGULARPYRAMID) if thesame patternprogram is tobe createdcontinuously. Set thenew dataandpress thefunction key [F4] (BLOCKINSERT).(3)To quit the dialog pattern cyc...

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    4191-E P-16SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU2.Solid Shape Screens andOperations atEach ScreenPressing the function key [F1] (SOLID SHAPE) generated the0SF0command attheconsoleline and thedisplay screentransfers tothe solid shape patternselection screen.2-1.Solid Shape Pattern Selection ScreenPROGRAM OPER...

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    4191-EP-17SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU2-2.Solid Shape GuideDrawing1st PagePROGRAM OPERATION1-I1APEDITABC.MINS7/B4/010:03:54*SOLID SHAPE1 QUADPYRAMID£ QUADPYRAMID3CONEffleS’114CONE5 HALFSPHERESHALFSPHERE>DP>GU•SLDISPLAYRETURNP-CYCLEQUITSELECTMENUI F 1 |[ F 2II F 3II F 4 || F5II F 6)IF 7II F...

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    4191-E P-18SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU2-3.Data Setting Screen for Solid Shape and ProgramFormatData setting screens forindividual solidshapes and theprogram format forone block ofprogram createdfromthe data seton the data settingscreen are explained below.Someaddresseson the data setting screen are ...

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    4191-EP-19SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(1)CONVEX QUADRANGULAR PYRAMIDFormat:(NJ PRMDOL-J(X_)(YJl_J_B_Z_C_S_(LJ(A_)(KJ(PJQ. D_(EJ(HJF_(R_)(UJData SettingScreen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-rÿnF EDITABC.MIN97/04/010:13:07>ÿSOLIDSHAPESEQUENCE NAMEREFERENCE POINT<CONVEX QUAD PYRAMID)mmrsXr.YL!LENG...

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    4191-E P-20SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUMessage Correspondingto CursorLocated AddressAddressMessage Displayed on ConsoleLineBHeightcoordinate todecidelengths of I and JZCuttingheight and shapedirection (above (B): +,below B: -)AApproachradius andmachining cycledirection (CW: +,CCW: -)QFeedpitch amount...

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    4191-E P-21SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(2)CONCAVE QUADRANGULAR PYRAMIDFormat:(N_) PRMDILÿ(XJ(YJl_J_B_Z_C_S_(L_)(A_)(KJ(PJQ__D_(E_)(HJF_(RJ(UJData SettingScreen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAPEDITABC. MIN37.04ÿ010:15:101SOLID SHAPESEQUENCE NAMEREFERENCE POINT•CONCAVE QUAD PYRAMID'mmHXL|LENGTH XA...

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    4191-EP-22SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENUMessageCorresponding toCursorLocated AddressMessage Displayed on ConsoleLineAddressBHeight coordinate to decide lengthsof I and JZCuttingheight and shape direction (above (B): +,below B: -)AApproach radius and machining cycledirection (CCW: +, CW: -)Feed pitch am...

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    •*i4191-EP-23SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(3)CONVEXCONEFormat:(NJCONEOLJ (XJ(Y_;(PJQ_Data Setting Screen (1st page)IB_Z_C_S_(A_)(K_)(E_)(HJF_(RJ(UJDPROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC.HIM97''04/011:07:411•: CONVEX COfCSOLID SHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINTmmNX!-W ' \1'(44ÿ4/CIPCLERAI>IUSREFERENCE ...

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    4191-EP-24SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUMessage Corresponding toCursor Located AddressAddressMessage Displayed onConsole LineBHeight coordinate todecide length of ICuttingheightand shapedirection (above (B): +,below B: -)ZAApproach radius andmachining cycle direction (CW: +,CCW: -)QFeed pitch amountan...

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    4191-E P-25SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPEMENU(4)CONCAVE CONEFormat:(NJCONEIi-,(XJ(YJl_B_Z_C_S_(AJ(K_)(PJQ-D_(EJ(HJF_(RJData Setting Screen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-NAPEDITABC.Mir \97-'B4 '*011:05: 05>1SOLIDSHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINT< CONCAVE CONErsxivMy7A/CIRCLE RADIUSREFERENCEPLANECUTTING H...

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    4191-E P-26SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUMessageCorresponding toCursorLocated AddressAddressMessage Displayed on ConsoleLineBHeightcoordinate todecide length of IZCutting height andshape direction (above (B): +,belowB: -)AApproachradius and machining cycledirection (CCW: +,CW: -)QFeed pitch amountand f...

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    4191-E P-27SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(5)CONVEXHALF SPHEREFormat:(N_)SPHROI_J(X_)(YJl_B_(ZJS_(A_)(K_)(P_)Q_D_(EJ(H_)F_(RJ(UJData SettingScreen (1stpage)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC. MIN97 04,'0i1:07:11>0SOLID SHAPESEQUENCE ISAMEREFERENCE POINT•: CONVEX HALF SPHERE *mrv.NVySPHEREPADIUSVERTEXCU...

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    .4191-E P-28SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUMessageCorresponding toCursorLocated AddressAddressMessage Displayed on ConsoleLineAApproach radius and machining cycle direction (CW: +,CCW: -)QFeed pitch amountand feedpitch direction (depth: +,slope: -)Machining startdirection (toward+Y=0,-X=1, -Y=2, +X=3)U...

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    4191-EP-29SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(6)CONCAVE HALF SPHEREFormat:(NJ SPHRIi—i (XJ(Y_)l_B_(ZJS_(AJ(KJ(P_)Q_D_(EJ(H_)F_(RJData SettingScreen (1st page)PROGRAMOPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC. MIN97/04/011:08:41>0‘CONCAVE HALFSPHEREISOLID SHAPESEQUENCE NAMEREFERENCE POINTmmH>IYIISPHERE RADIUSVERTEXCUT...

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    4191-E P-30SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUMessage Corresponding toCursor Located AddressAddressMessage Displayed on ConsoleLineApproach radius and machining cycledirection (CCW: +,CW: -)AQFeed pitch amountand feedpitch direction (depth: +,slope: -)HWhentool length offset is notused, no data setis requi...

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    4191-E P-31SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(7)CONVEX HORIZONTAL CONE (X-Z, Y-Z)Format:(NJLCONOL-J(UJ(X_)(Y_)L_l_J_B_(ZJ(A_)C_s_(K_)D_(HJF_(R_)(TJQ_Data Setting Screen (1st page)PROGRAMOPERATION1-MAP EDITABC.MINST-w-m1:10:0"SOLID SHAPESEQUENTNAMEAXIS APPOINTMENTREFERENCE Peara(CONVEX HORIZONTAL CONE...

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    4191-E P-32SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENUMessages Corresponding toCursorLocated AddressAddressMessageDisplayed onConsoleLineAxis of shape definition (Xaxis=0, Y axis=1)ULShapelengthand shape direction (+X,+Y: +,-X, -Y: -)Decide direction from X/Y coordinates (+X,+Y: +,-X,-Y: -)ATCuttingline type (zigza...

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    4191-E P-33SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPEMENU(8)CONCAVE HORIZONTAL CONE (X-Z, Y-Z)Format:(NJLCONIL-I(UJ(XJ(YJL_I_j_B_(AJC_S.(KJD_(HJF_(R_)(TJQ_Data Setting Screen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC.Mill57/cu.oi1: 11:21>1SOLID SHAPESEQUENCE WMEAXIS APPOINTMENTREFERENCE POINT•CONCAVE HORIZONTAL CON...

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    4191-E P-34SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENUMessages Corresponding to CursorLocated AddressMessage Displayed on Console LineAddressAxis of shapedefinition (X axis=0,Y axis=1)UShapelength and shapedirection (+X, +Y: +,-X, -Y: -)LADecide direction from X/Ycoordinates (+X,+Y: +,-X, -Y: -)TCutting line type (...

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    4191-EP-35SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(9)THREE-DIMENSIONAL SLOPESURFACE INTERPOLATIONFormat:(N_)RLDPNLJX_Y_Z_A_B_C_l_J_K_U_VW_S_P_(HJF_(R_)Data SettingScreen (1st page)PFv5R«'I OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC.HIM57x04 012:11:22SOLID SHHPESEQUENCE NATEREFERENCE X COPv cceE COP-2nd REFX COP*VCOPE COP3rdREFX CO...

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    4191-E P-36SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENUMessages CorrespondingtoCursor Located AddressAddressMessage Displayed on Console LineSDistancefrom highest pointof Z, C, Kor Wcoordinate valueHWhen tool length offset is notused,no data setisrequired.

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    4191-E P-37SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(10) CAMCURVE INTERPOLATION (VARIANT SINE CURVE)Format:(NJCAMCVi—i (XJ(YJA_B_l_J_(PJ(FJData Setting ScreenPROGRAM OPERATIONI-TBP EDITABC.MINS7.'&4ÿ012:IE:34>1SOLIDSHAPESEQLENCENATEREFERENCE POINT(CRM CURVE INTERPOLATION)NX(T pVSTARTING ANGLEENDING ANGL...

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    4191-E P-38SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU[Supplement]1.Addressesidentified with () in the program formatcan be omitted. In other words,they do not necessarily require setting on the datasettingscreen.If the requisitedata is notset,an erroroccurs when the function key[F4] (BLOCKINSERT)is pressed.Thecurs...

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    4191-E P-39SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUExample:Page advancing/returning operation for 3CONE.:-t«=EDI'AS:,run9T-OJ-C!F*v;wr IA£PiTICr;1:03:41*•ZCH'Zr ccr-c •SO.It-SEOUEhrlE. PDTPEf-CE POINTrwr.Hi r\.i»vT•:IPX£ FW?IL»5REFERENCE PLATCCUTTINGSLC<=€ CfKS-EESCAPE cnOLT-TTAPPROACHRwDlL>5...

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    4191-E P-40SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU2-4.Description of GuideMessagesOnthe datasetting screen, guide messages appear attheconsole line tofacilitate data setting. Themessagesare brieflyexplained below.For details, refer toSection 7,“Solid Shape andRidge MachiningCycles”.Guide MessagesAddressChar...

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    4191-E P-41SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUGuideMessagesAddress CharactersCorresponding MenusBrief Description(3)APPROACH RADIUS AApproachradius and machiningcycle direction (CW: +,CCW: -)CONVEXQUADRANGULARPYRAMIDCONVEX CONECONVEXHALF SPHERE1This indicates that the machiningdirection ofthe cyclecan bede...

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    4191-E P-42SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUGuideMessagesAddress CharactersCorresponding MenusBrief Description(5)STARTDIRECTION UMachining startdirection(toward+Y = 0,-X = 1, -Y = 2,+X = 3)1CONVEX QUADRANGULARPYRAMID3CONVEX CONE5CONVEX HALF SPHEREThis indicates that a requiredcutting startdirection can b...

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    4191-E P-43SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPEMENUGuide MessagesCorresponding MenusAddress CharactersBriefDescriptionMachining startdirection(toward-Y = 0,+X = 1,+Y = 2,-X = 3)CONCAVEQUADRANGULARPYRAMID(7)START DIRECTION U2Thisindicates that arequiredcutting startdirectioncan beselected asillustrated below.2CONC...

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    4191-E P-44SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENUGuide MessagesCorresponding MenusAddress CharactersBriefDescription(11) START POSITION ADecide direction from X/Ycoordinates(+X,+Y: +,-X, -Y: -)7CONVEX HORIZONTALCONE8CONCAVE HORIZONTALCONEThisindicates that the relativeposition of.the cutting start pointcan be ...

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    4191-EP-45SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUGuideMessagesCorresponding MenusAddress CharactersBriefDescription(15) STARTING ANGLE AStarting point angle and angledirection (CCW: +, CW: -)10CAM CURVEINTERPOLATIONThis indicates that the startingangledirection canbe designatedin reference tothe plus directiono...

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    rocnAttribute: L= length,D= angle, F= feedrate, I= IntegerDecimalPointInputCheckDataSetting Unit System (Metric)Data Setting Unit System (Inch)AddressCharacterCDNo.Data NameAttributeRemark0Max.Min.Max.Min.3(QAAPPROACHRADIUSL199999.999-99999.9993937.0078-3937.0078X3000START POSITIONAL299999.999-99...

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    DecimalPointInputCheckData Setting Unit System (Metric)Data SettingUnit System (Inch)AddressCharacterNo.Data NameRemarkAttributeMin.Max.Max.Min.CIRCLE RADIUSCONVEX/CONC-IL1999999.9993937.00780.00010.000XAVEHORIZONTALCONEI3rd REFX COR20L99999.999—99999.9993937.0078-3937.0078XSTARTINGRADIUS21L999...

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    DecimalPointInputCheckDataSettingUnit System (Metric)DataSettingUnit System (Inch)AddressCharacterNo.DataNameAttributeRemarkMin.Max.Min.Max.QFEED PITCHAMOUNT34LCONVEX/CONC-99999.999-99999.9993937.0078-3937.0070XAVEQUADRANQULAR PYRAMID,CONVEX/CONC¬AVE CONE,CONVEX/CONC¬AVE HALFSPHEREQFEED PITCHAM...

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    DecimalPointInputCheckData SettingUnit System (Metric)Data SettingUnit System (Inch)AddressCharacterNo.DataNameAttributeRemark'Min.Max.Min.Max.YREFERENCEPOINTY47L99999.999-99999.9993937.0078-3937.0070XCUTTINGHEIGHTZ48L99999.999-99999.999CONVEX/CONC-3937.0070-3937.0070“1AVE•2XQUADRANGULAR PYRA...

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    4191-E P-50SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUCheck DrawingScreenThe machining shapedefined withthe data seton the data settingscreen can be drawnon thescreen tocheck if all data have been setcorrectly.The graphic drawnon thescreen is called the “check drawing".The drawing range is automaticallydeter...

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    4191-E P-51SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU2-6-1.Drawing Check DrawingThe checkdrawing isdrawn in thegraphicdrawing area on thedatasetting screen inXY plan view and XZfrontview. The drawn shapeshowsthe relationshipsamong the stock,blank material, and reference point.(1)CONVEX/CONCAVEQUADRANGULARPYRAMID,C...

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    4191-E P-52SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU4) ScaleA fixed length of line, with arrowson both ends,can be usedas the ruler tomeasure thedimensions of the checkdrawing. The corresponding length is indicated by a figuredisplayedbelow the line.5)X-Y coordinateaxesThis indicates that theupper drawing is the...

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    4191-E P-53SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENU[Supplement]1. When theY-axis istakenas the shapedefinition axis (U = 1), coordinateaxes 5) and6)will be displayed as shown below.5)Y-X coordinate axesYX6)Y-Z coordinate axesZYThatis, the upper drawing is the YXplanview and the lower drawingis the YZ frontview.2...

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    4191-E P-54SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(1)CONVEX QUADRANGULAR PYRAMIDData SettingScreen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI—MAP EDITABC. MIN97/04/012:16:15t'Q PRMDO G56 X0 Y0 1200 J250 B5G ZB0 C30 510 LGA0 K2 PIG Q20 D&20 E5 HI F1B00 R200Q Ui>1SOLID SHAPESEQUENCE NAMEREFERENCE POINT(CONVEX QUAD PY...

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    4191-EP-55SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(a)Referenceaddress charactersI,J, Z,C, (L)(b)Precautionson drawing check drawing1)Whenno data is set forCORNER R RADIUS L, the drawingis made assumingL = 0.2)When L = 0,ridges appearingon the X-Y planeare not drawn.(Ridge)3)The comer radii R forthe top andbotto...

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    4191-E P-56SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(2)CONCAVE QUADRANGULARPYRAMIDData Setting Screen (1stpage)I-MAPEDITABC. MIN97/04/Ql2:20:05N3PRMDI G56X0 Y01200 J150 B50Z10G C30 S20 L10 A20 K5 P10 Q1S0D10E2H2 F200 R100UlPROGRAMOPERATION(CONCAVE QUAD PYRAMID)SOLID SHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINTmmN0.0000.0002...

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    4191-EP-57SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPEMENU(a) Referenceaddress charactersI. J,Z. C,(L)(b)Precautions on drawingcheck drawing1) Whenno data is setfor CORNER R RADIUS L, the drawingis made assuming L = 0.2)When L = 0,ridges appearing on the X-Y planeare notdrawn.X(Ridge)3)Thecomer radii Rfor the topand bott...

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    4191-E P-58SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENU(3)CONVEX CONEData SettingScreen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC. F1IN97/04/012:22:25N3 CONEOG56 X0 Y0 1100 B02100 C30S20A10 K5 P10 Q10D20 E2 HZ3 F200 R100 U1i(CONVEX CONE)SOLID SHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINTmmN0.0000.000SCALE100.000<-0.000 36.6681...

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    4191-EP-59SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(a) Reference addresscharactersl,Z,C(b) Precautionson drawingcheck drawing1) The cross-section isdrawnfor front view.2)When graphicscross on the X-Z front view atZ > 0,thedefined shapeis not drawn, andanerroroccurs whenthe function key[F6] (CONFIRM) is presse...

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    4191-E P-60SECTION 3SOLID SHAPEMENU(4)CONCAVE CONEData Setting Screen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAPEDITABC. MIN97/04/012: 24:2BfG CONEI G56 X0 Y01100 E0Z100 C45 S20 A20 K5 P10 Q10D10E2 H2.4 F120 R1003SOLIDSHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINT(CONCAVE CONE)mmNX0.0e00.000SCALE100.000<->0.000 30...

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    4191-E P-61SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(a)Reference address charactersI, Z,C(b) Precautions on drawingcheckdrawing1) The cross-section is drawn for front view.2)When graphicscross onthe X-Z front view atZ < 0,thedefined shape is notdrawn, andan erroroccurs whenthefunction key [F6] (CONFIRM) is pr...

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    4191-E P-62SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(5)CONVEXHALF SPHEREData SettingScreen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC. MIN97/04/012:26:44N3 SPHROG56 X0Y0 1100 B02100 S20020 K5 P10 Q10 D20 EH H5 F2&00R100 U1J(CONVEX HALF SPHERE)SOLIDSHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINTN0.0000.000SCALE100.000*->0.0...

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    4191-E P-63SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUa)Referenceaddress charactersI. (Z). Eb)Precautions ondrawing check drawing1) When Z >I+E, the check drawing is notdrawnwhen the function key [F6] (CONFIRM) is pressed,and the following error messageis displayed:5315Solid shapecommand ERROR 12) Whenno data is...

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    -4191-E P-64SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(6)CONCAVE HALF SPHEREData Setting Screen (1st page)I-MAP EDITABC.MIN97/04/012:2S:2r>N25PHRI G56 X0 Y01200 B200 Z10G 520 A20K5 P10 Q10 D20 E2 H6SF200 P100PROGRAM OPERATION>1(CONCAVEHALF SPt-CRE)SOLIDSHAPESEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINTmmN0.0000.000SCALE200.0...

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    4191-E P-65SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(a) Referenceaddress charactersl,Z(b) Precautionson drawing check drawing1) When Z > I, the check drawing is notdrawn whenthe function key[F6] (CONFIRM) is pressed, andthe following error message isdisplayed:5315 Solid shape command ERROR 22) Whenno data is ...

  • Page 75

    4191-E P-66SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(7)CONVEX HORIZONTAL CONEData Setting Screen (1st page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI-NAP EDITABC.MIN97/04/012:20:16N3 LCOMOG56 U0 X0Y0 L500 1100J200 B20 220 A50 C400 S20K5D2&0 H7 F200 R100 T1 Q10SOLID SHAPESEQUENCE NOMEAXIS APPOINTMENTREFERENCE POINT(CONVEXHORIZONTAL ...

  • Page 76

    r4191-E P-67SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU(a) Referenceaddress charactersL, l,Jt(Z).(A),C,D(b)Precautionson drawingcheck drawing1)When nodata is setfor COMPLETIONHEIGHT Z, the drawingis madeassuming Z = 0.2)When Y-axisis taken asthe shapedefinition axis (U = 1),the coordinate systemsusedfor drawingare...

  • Page 77

    4191-E P-68SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUL > 0, IJ, A0A +C777//,(J- I)AError occurs ifZ >+ IZJLL+L> 0,IJ, A < 0CI(J- I) A7AJErroroccurs if Z >+ ILA-L+L > 0,I > J, A < 0Y/722CZ(J- I) (A+ C)IErroroccurs if Z >+ IJLA-L+L>0,I > J,A0A +c1‘Zÿ/T77777~.(J- I) (A+ C)Error oc...

  • Page 78

    4191-E P-69SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENUL < 0,I > J, A < 0A-(I- J) (C- A)77ZJErroroccurs if Z >+ IZLL-L < 0,I > J,A > 0|fZ(I- J)(C -A)IErroroccurs ifZ >+ ILA +L-6)When COMPLETION HEIGHTZ is smallerthan -1/2 of CUTTER DIAMETER D, graphicsare notdrawnandanerror occurs when thefu...

  • Page 79

    4191-E P-70SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU8) Whenno data is setfor START POSITION A,A = 0.9)Positional relationship among A,C, L,I, J, (X, Y)in graphics drawing is illustrated below.C(XZ front)(YZ front)A-CA+X\JTJ1(X, Y)(X, Y)L+L+CCA-A +II\(X, Y)(X,Y)L-L-Atportions wherethe stockarea andthe blank mater...

  • Page 80

    4191-E P-71SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(8)CONCAVE HORIZONTAL CONEData Setting Screen (1st page)PfiOGRfin OPERATION1-,'SHF EDITABC. fllN97/84/012:39:19N3 LCONI G56 U0 X0Y0 L500 1100 J200 B20 A50 C400 S20 K5 D20 H8Z F200 R100Tl Q10a.SOLID SHAPESEQUENCE NATE!axis APPOINTMENTREFERENT POINT(CONCAVE HORIZO...

  • Page 81

    4191-E P-72SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENU(a)Reference addresscharactersU I, J, (A),C(b)Precautionson drawing check drawing1) When Y-axis is takenas the shapedefinition axis (U = 1),the coordinate systems usedfor drawingare as indicated below.YrXzL_Y2) Drawing is madeso that AXIS APPOINTMENT U direction...

  • Page 82

    4191-E P-73SECTION 3SOLID SHAPE MENU4)Whenno datais setfor START POSITION A, A = 0.5)Positional relationshipamong A, C,L, I, J, (X, Y) in graphics drawing is illustrated below.CA-A+C(XZ front)(YZ front)/£J(X, Y)J(X, Y)L+L+CA +A-Cjxn%ii7(X. Y)(X, Y)L-L-At portions where thestockarea and theblank ...

  • Page 83

    4191-EP-74SECTION 3SOLIDSHAPE MENUI > J, L > 0,A < 0CA-a(I- J) (A+ C)Erroroccurs ifI <LL +I > J,L > 0,A s QA+CJ(I- J) (A + C)IErroroccurs if I <LL +I > J,L < 0,AoCA +(I- J)(C- A)7 /'Erroroccursif I <I /- LL-I > J,L < 0, A < 0CA-TZ(I- J) (C- A)IError occurs i...

  • Page 84

    4191-EP-75SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSSECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS1.Details of RidgeMachiningThe ridgemachining cutsa workpiece havingthe cross-sections that are identical relative tothe cuttingdirection. The ridgemachining requires bothdefinition of thecross-section andar...

  • Page 85

    4191-E P-76SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(1)Ridge Machining Start CommandBlocksFor ridge machining, the followingfourmenus are available:1LINE, 2 CONVEX ARC, 3CONCAVE ARC, 4LINE + TANGENT ARCSelectthemenu corresponding tothe workpiece cross-sectionshape, then defineit.Duringthe executio...

  • Page 86

    4191-EP-77SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS[Supplement]3.Inthe shapedefinition program, the following restrictions mustbe observed.a)Theprogram begins with G41 (or G42)and endswith G40.b)Jump fromthe shape definition program tothe otherprogram or jump from theother program tothe shapedefin...

  • Page 87

    4191-E P-78SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS2.Operations forRidge Machining2-1.Pattern Selection for RidgeMachining Start Command Block(1)Press the functionkey [F6] (GUIDE).The displayscreen transfers tothemenu type guidedrawingscreen.PPOGRHM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC.MINSTs&l.'Gl2:48:43H...

  • Page 88

    4191-E P-79SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(2)Press the functionkey [F5] (DISPLAY RETURN) to returnthe displayscreen from themenu typeguide drawingscreen tothe patternselection screen.Select the required pattern by typing the code number atthe prompt">SL" in the consoleline. ...

  • Page 89

    4191-EP-80SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSDataSetting for RidgeMachining Start CommandBlockPrompt “>S”appears attheconsole line on thedata settingscreen.Input thedata one by one by locating thecursor on each desired datasetting item.Locate Cursoron2-2.Numerical DataPress(1)SEQUENCE...

  • Page 90

    4191-E P-81SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSPROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC.MIN97/04"012:42:17MlGO >3*T01200Hz. 51000 M3RIDGEMACHININGSEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINT(LINE)N€40yv< G41,G42REFERENCE PLATECUTTING HEIGHTSLOPE ANGLEESCAPE AMOUNTFINISHALLOWANCEROUGHCUT.WIDTHFEET*PITCH AMO...

  • Page 91

    4191-E P-82SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSPROGRAM OPERATIONI-fttPEDITABC. MIN97/04/013: -45: 53m GQX0 VO Z200N251000 M3'll(Lire*RIDGE MACHININGmnCcont inued jTOOL OFFSET NO.CUTTINGFEEDRATEZ INFEED FEEDRATESHAPE TYPEH/FTiRT-GT-l«rm*7sP4-BiEy(O)zJK4*' K(E i>5whentool length offset isno...

  • Page 92

    4191-E P-83SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENUOPERATIONS2-3.Block Insert forRidge Machining Start Command BlockBypressingthe function key [F4] (BLOCKINSERT), one block of program is created fromthe setdata andwritten tothe program displayed in the program display lines (3 lines).Theprogram is written a...

  • Page 93

    -4191-E P-84SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(2)Although theset dataremainas is on thedata setting screen, avoidcontinuous data setting andadvance tothe following steps(3) and (4). This is becausethe correctrelationship between theridgemachining startcommand blockand theend command block c...

  • Page 94

    4191-E P-85SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS2-4.Creating ShapeDefinitionProgramAfter creating the ridge machining startcommandblock, definethe workpiece shape on theXY plane bythe program edit operation.An example isgiven below todefinethe workpieceshape illustrated below.(17)(16)(21) (20)...

  • Page 95

    *4191-E P-86SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSPROGRAM OPERATIOTiI-MAPEDITABC.MIN97ÿ04/Gl3:03:38Ni G0 >&V0 2200N2 51080 M3M1000 TAPR G56X0 Y0 B0 350 C30 520K2 PS010 D20 El H10 F500 R&150QT0>0,rs.'MUQendbeg inningof-filerOHLlSELECTLINELINEINSERTIDELETECHAR.CHPR.INSERTDELETEPOIN...

  • Page 96

    4191-E P-87SECTION 4RIDGEMACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(Continued)(2nd Page)PROGRAM OPERATIONI—MAP EDITABC.MIN9?'04.'013:11:36>|20GG3XS00Y250 R50G1 Y300G2 X550 Y250 R50G1 X500X450 Y400X400X350 Y350X300X250Y400X200X150Y3S0Y300X10GY250Y200X150Y150>MS,'MUQ>MS>NUGt-ENUI LINEI LireSELECTINSER...

  • Page 97

    4191-E P-88SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS2-5.PatternSelection for Ridge Machining EndCommand Block(1)Press the function key[F6] (GUIDE).The displayscreen transfers tothemenu type guide drawing screen.FROGRAM OPERATIONI-MAPEDITABC.MIN97V04--012:40:43N1 G8 X0 Y02200N2 S10O0 MB2flRIDGE MAC...

  • Page 98

    4191-E P-89SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(2)Pressthefunction key [F5] (DISPLAY RETURN) to returnthe displayscreen from themenu typeguide drawingscreen tothe pattern selectionscreen.Selectthe required pattern bytyping thecode number at the prompt“>SL”in the consoleline. Thispatter...

  • Page 99

    4191-E P-90SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSDataSetting for Ridge Machining EndCommand BlockPrompt “>3"appears atthe console line on the data setting screen.Input thedata onebyone bylocating thecursor on each desired data setting item.Numerical Data2-6.Locate CursoronPress(1)SEQU...

  • Page 100

    4191-E P-91SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSI-MHPEDITABC. MIN9? -'04 '01PROGRAM OPERATION3:15:07NIG0xs YO Z20Qre S1000M3>0RIDGEMACHINING(SETTING CF DHD)mmSEQUENCENAME 1NSEQUENCErms 2NBu pressingfunction keu CF4]BLOCK INbgJrfT.SEQUENCErwc 1RGENDSEQUENCENAME 2IF [VFIN1EQ03 N***»isinserte...

  • Page 101

    4191-E P-92SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS2-7.Block Insertfor Ridge MachiningEndCommand BlockBy pressing thefunction key[F4] (BLOCKINSERT), create twoblocks ofprogram from the setdataandwrite in the program displayedin theprogram display lines (3lines). The program is writtenas thetwo-bl...

  • Page 102

    4191-EP-93SECTION 4RIDGEMACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(2)Toquit the dialog patterncycle function, press the function key[F7] (P-CYCLE QUIT). The displayscreen returns tothe program editscreen.(3)When thefunction key [F3] (MENU)is pressed, theguide messages of the function keys change tothefunction men...

  • Page 103

    4191-E P-94SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENUOPERATIONS3.Ridge Machining Screens andOperations on These ScreensPressingthefunction key [F2] (RIDGE MACH) displays the“EP” commandon the console line and theridge machining patternselectionscreen appears.3-1.Ridge Machining Pattern Selection ScreenPRO...

  • Page 104

    4191-EP-95SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSRidge Machining Guide Drawing Screen3-2.PROGRAMOPERATIONI—MAP EDITABC.MIN97/04/012:41:09N1 G0X0 Y0 2200N2 S1000 M3>2RIDGE MACHINING1LINE2 CONVEXARC3CONCAVE ARCG- (v4LINE + ARC5 SETTING OPENDcb-Sfft this menuafterothermenus are set.>EP>G...

  • Page 105

    4191-E P-96SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENUOPERATIONS(1)LINEFormat:(NJTAPRL-J(X_)(YJB_Z_C_S_(K_)(PJQ_D.(E_)(H_)(FJFL (TJData Setting Screen (1st page)PROGRttl OPERATIONI-MAP EDITABC.MIN97/04/013:13:54>flRIDGE MACHININGSEQUENCE NAMEREFERENCE POINT(Llf'C)mroN>;G40G41.G42REFERENCE PLATE!CUTTING H...

  • Page 106

    4191-E P-97SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSMessages Correspondingto Cursor Located AddressMessage Displayed on Console LineAddressHeightcoordinate todecide shapedefinitionBZCuttingheight and shapedirection (above (B): +,below B: -)SYes or no ofvertical motion for every cycle (YES: +,NO: -...

  • Page 107

    4191-E P-98SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(2)CONVEXARCFormat:(NJPRSOLL-J(X_)(Y_)B_Z_J_l_S_(K_)(P_)Q_D_(E_)(HJ(FJR_(TJData Setting Screen (1st page)PROGPtt-l OPERATIONI-MHP EDITASC.IIIUS7 '04.'G13:El:IBRir«GE: rttCHIHINGSEQJEHIE NAMEREFERENCE POINTiCONVEX AROmmNXG4G< G41.G42REFEREF+IE...

  • Page 108

    4191-E P-99SECTION 4RIDGEMACHINING MENU OPERATIONSMessages Corresponding toCursor Located AddressMessageDisplayed on ConsoleLineAddressBHeightcoordinate todecide shape definitionZCuttingheightand shapedirection (above (B): +,below B: -)Yesor no of vertical motion for every cycle (YES: +,NO: -)SFe...

  • Page 109

    4191-E P-100SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENUOPERATIONS(3)CONCAVEARCFormat:N_HORNi_i(X_)(Y_)B_Z_J.D_(EJ(HJ(FJR__(TJS_(K_)(P_)Q_Data SettingScreen (1st page)ABC.MlN97ÿ04ÿ01PROGRAM OPERATIONI-NAP EDIT3:22:16IRIDGE MACHININGSEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINT•CONCAVE ARC )mmNG4G41'&41.642REFERENCE PLANE...

  • Page 110

    4191-E P-101SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSMessages Corresponding toCursorLocated AddressAddressMessage Displayed on ConsoleLineBHeight coordinate todecide shapedefinitionZCuttingheight and shape direction (above (B): +,below B: -)Yesor no of vertical motion for every cycle (YES: +,NO: -...

  • Page 111

    4191-E P-102SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONS(4)LINE + TANGENT ARCFormat:N_BOUNSL_.(X_)(Y_)B_Z_C_l_S_(KJ(P_)Q_D_(E_)(HJ(FJR_(TJData Setting Screen (1st page)PROGRAMOPERATIONI-MAPEDITABC.MIN97-ÿ043/013:Z3: 53>1CLir-d+ TANGENT ARC.'RIDGEMACHININGSEQUENCENAMEREFERENCE POINTmmNG4GXv< G4...

  • Page 112

    4191-E P-103SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSMessages Corresponding toCursorLocated AddressMessage Displayed on Console LineAddressBHeight coordinate todecide shape definitionZCuttingheight and shapedirection (above (B): +,below B: -)Yesor noof vertical motion forevery cycle (YES: +,NO: -)...

  • Page 113

    4191-E P-104SECTION 4RIDGE MACHININGMENU OPERATIONS[Supplement]1. Addressesidentified with ( )in the program format arethose whichcan be omitted.In other words,they do not necessarily require settingon the datasetting screen.If the requisite data is not set,an erroroccurs when thefunction key[F4]...

  • Page 114

    4191-E P-105SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENUOPERATIONSExample:Page advancing/returning operation forCONVEX ARCCPCRATK*.i-nvED:TM&:.nih57CU-015:21:10KE MtXlNIHSiCCH/EK•SE-AJE>:EREFERENCE POINTN:Y'1Z-P_„FEFEFEHIE PLfvecurrirc PCIGHTPIKE LENGTHPPC RHPIUSESrÿPE WiCCTiTFINISH PLLCUBCEFCCKX CU...

  • Page 115

    4191-E P-106SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSDescription ofGuide MessagesOnthe data setting screen, guidemessages are displayed forsome addresses tofacilitate data setting.The messages are briefly explained below. For details, refer toSection 7,“Solid Shape and RidgeMachining Cycles’...

  • Page 116

    4191-EP-107SECTION 4RIDGE MACHINING MENU OPERATIONSGuide MessagesAddressCharactersCorresponding MenusBriefDescription(4)FEED PITCH AMOUNT QFeedpitch amount and feed pitchdirection (depth: +,slope: -)Allmenus other than SETTINGOFENDDesignationof infeed amountofZ-axiscan be made in twodifferentways...

  • Page 117

    fcnAttribute: L= length, D= angle,F= feedrate, I= integercnDecimalPointInputCheckCDData Setting Unit System (Metric)Data SettingUnit System (Inch)3.AddressCharacterNo.Data NameAttributeRemark3)COMin.Min.Max.Max.XICDREFERENCEPLANEBL199999.999-99999.9993937.0070-3937.0078X3COCDCSLOPE ANGLE2D09.9990...

  • Page 118

    DecimalPointInputCheckData SettingUnit System (Metric)DataSettingUnit System (Inch)AddressCharacterNo.Data NameAttributeRemarkMax.Min.Max.Min.TSHAPE TYPEOI151010RZINFEEDFEEDRATE16F99999.9990.13937.00700.01XXREFERENCEPOINTX17L99999.999-99999.9993937.0070-3937.0070X18YREFERENCEPOINT YL99999.999-999...

  • Page 119

    4191-E P-110SECTION 5PATTERN REVERSE CONVERSION OPERATIONSECTION 5PATTERN REVERSE CONVERSIONOPERATIONPatternreverse conversion convertsthe patterncycleprogram in the NC program into the data seton thedata settingscreens, includingthe guidedrawingscreen.This functionallows easy modificationand con...

  • Page 120

    4191-EP-111SECTION 5PATTERN REVERSE CONVERSION OPERATIONUsing the cursor keys, locate thecursor onthe firstcharacterof “SPHRO", that representsCONVEX HALF SPHERE.Press thefunction key [F5] (CONVERT).The screen changes tothe data settingscreen where data has been set.(2)(3)PROGRAM OPERATION...

  • Page 121

    4191-E P-112SECTION 5PATTERN REVERSE CONVERSION OPERATION2.ModifyingDataTo changethe 100mm currently setfor SPHERE RADIUS I to120mm:(1)Locate the cursor tothedata for SPHERE RADIUS I.(2)Key-in “120"andpress theWRITE key.PPOGPAM OPERATIONI-NHP EDITABC.MIN97.04.- 013: 30:57N4S2000M3N9G0.'<...

  • Page 122

    4191-E P-113SECTION 5PATTERN REVERSE CONVERSION OPERATION3.Block Alter OperationAfter creating one block of program from the set data,press thefunction key[F4] (BLOCK ALTER) toreplacethe blockidentified by thehighlighted cursor (SPHRO in this example)displayed in theprogramdisplaylines (3 lines)....

  • Page 123

    4191-E P-114SECTION 5PATTERN REVERSE CONVERSION OPERATION(2)To end the dialog pattern cycle function,press thefunction key [FT] (P-CYCLE QUIT).Thedisplayscreentransfers to theprogram editscreen.(3)Pressing thefunctionkey [F3] (MENU) changesthefunction guide messages tothe functionmenuselection.PR...

  • Page 124

    4191-E P-115SECTION 5PATTERN REVERSE CONVERSION OPERATION4.Notes forPattern Conversion(1)Locate thecursor on the first character ofthe mnemonic of each patterncycle.Example:N12dPHRO XO YO 1100 BOZ150 S20 A20K1 P5 Q3D30E0H5F500 R1500 U1(2)If incorrect data existsin the one blockprogram and the pro...

  • Page 125

    4191-EP-116SECTION 6ERRORMESSAGE LISTSECTION 6ERROR MESSAGE LISTThis section explains only theerror messages relatedwith the solid shape machining functions.5315Solid shape command5321Character size overflowIn theinteractive programming operation, overflow (morethan 158characters)of a record haso...

  • Page 126

    4191-E P-117SECTION 6ERROR MESSAGE LIST5343Numerical dataNumericaldata input is notregardedas numerical data.NoneNoneInput data has anerror. Input correctdata again.[Character-string][Code][Measures toTake]5344No.of digitsThe numerical data inputhasmore than theallowable number ofdigits.LengthFee...

  • Page 127

    4191-EP-118SECTION 6ERRORMESSAGE LIST5351 Data range overWrong data isinput in the data setting process fordrilling cycle,hole position pattern,millingcycle,circle cutting cycle, andreverse conversion.[Character-string][Code][Measures toTake]NoneNoneThe data input is comparedwiththe allowable max...

  • Page 128

    4191-EP-119SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESSECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE ANDRIDGE MACHININGCYCLES1.Menu ListShape ClassificationMnemonic CodeRemarkCONVEX QUADRANGULAR PYRAMIDCONCAVE QUADRANGULARPYRAMIDCONVEX CONECONCAVE CONECONVEXHALF SPHERECONCAVE HALF SPHERECONVEX HORIZONTAL CONECONCAVE HOR...

  • Page 129

    4191-E P-120SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES2.Preparation forMaking a Program(1)Data SettingThe program construction function, explained in this manual,differs from others found inconventional menus. Ituses absolute values for alldimensions. Therefore, setthe absolute valueas the d...

  • Page 130

    4191-E P-121SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESReference:Changing Unit AmountLocate thecursor on therelevant parameter No.PressKey-in the required unitamount.NCOPTIONAL PARAMETER (LONG WORD)fn~] (SET).No.No.No.No.111213121222313$>•36Press3738WRITE3910203040For these parameters,se...

  • Page 131

    «MnemonicCodeO)NXYEFQZABCDIJKLPRSTUVw FC(DBooo©©©©oCONVEXQUADRANGULARPYRAMIDPRMDO©AAAAAAA3o o©CONCAVE QUADRANGULARPYRAMIDPRMDI© O©o ©oAAAAAAAAIQaoCONVEX CONECONEOo©o o© ©©©AAAAAAAoo©©CONCAVE CONECONEIO©AAAAAA0)OoCONVEXHALF SPHERESPHROAA©©©AAAAAAo oCONCAVE HALF SPHERESPHRIA©...

  • Page 132

    4191-E P-123SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE ANDRIDGE MACHINING CYCLESTable 7-1DefaultTable (1/2)Default ValueAddressApplicable MenuX, YREFERENCE POINTX = 0REFERENCEPOINT Y = 0CAM CURVE INTERPOLATIONCAM CURVE INTERPOLATIONCUTTING HEIGHTZ = I (radius)CONVEX/CONCAVEHALF SPHEREZCOMPLETIONHEIGHT Z = 0CONVEX HORI...

  • Page 133

    4191-E P-124SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESReference:Special Applications of Set DataValues(1)A:APPROACH RADIUSSetting of avalue smaller than D/2 (A < D/2)determines alinear approach.0 £A £D/2Down-cut-D/2 £A < 0Up-cutThere isadifferencein cuttingdirection between 0.001 and...

  • Page 134

    4191-E P-125SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES4.Convex/Concave Quadrangular Pyramid,Convex/Concave ConeandConvex/Concave Half Sphere4-1.General ProgrammingFormat[Mnemonic-code] LJX_Y_l_J*_B_Z_C*_S_L’_A_K_P_Q_D_E_F_R_. U*_FC=Addresses marked withan asterisk (*)may notbe used,accordin...

  • Page 135

    4191-EP-126SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGEMACHINING CYCLESb)CONVEXHALF SPHEREB77IZ: Set in apositive value.EValue range:0< ZI + E(SPHERE RADIUS+ CORNER R RADIUS)c)CONCAVEHALF SPHEREBecause address B indicatesthe coordinate ofthe vertex,it is smallerthan the workpiece upperfacecoordinate.7Z:Set ...

  • Page 136

    4191-E P-127SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESAPPROACHRADIUSAThis is the radius of the final approach circle at the currentlevelfor cutting.The approach is asindicated below, according to the setvalue.A < -D/2Up-cutArc approachUp-cutLinearapproachDown-cutLinearapproachDown-cutArc ...

  • Page 137

    4191-E P-128SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGEMACHINING CYCLESRZ INFEED FEEDRATESameasabove.When R = 0orit is omitted, “F/2” is automatically setfor R (R = F/2).START DIRECTIONOmissionof U is thesame as U = 0.UU= 2U= 2U= 2.?96°rfco_u =l-O O-Or?U= 1u = 316Fixed= 16U= 0U= 0U= 0CONVEXQUADRANGULARPYR...

  • Page 138

    4191-E P-129SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES4—2.Automatic Modification of Set ValuesFor the system response toomission orno designation, refer tothe explanation in the precedingsubsection 4-1.(1)E: CORNER R RADIUSE > D/2—> E = D/2 (D: CUTTER DIAMETER)(2)P:ROUGH CUTWIDTHP 1...

  • Page 139

    4191-E P-130SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGEMACHINING CYCLESIf the setvalue is changed,the following warning messageis displayed onthescreen. (CONCAVEQUADRANGULAR PYRAMID andCONCAVE CONE)ALARM-B 4209Userreserve code 85Modified approachEven if this warning message is displayed, cutting will proceed....

  • Page 140

    4191-E P-131SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE ANDRIDGE MACHINING CYCLES4-3.Unit DataThe unit data areusedin the calculationofthe following values:a)Z-axis infeed position(CONVEX QUADRANGULAR PYRAMID, CONVEX CONE, and CONVEX HALF SPHERE)b)Cutting starting position(CONCAVE QUADRANGULARPYRAMID andCONCAVE CONE)c)...

  • Page 141

    4191-E P-132SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(3)SettingData Error(CONCAVE QUADRANGULAR PYRAMID, CONCAVE CONE, andCONCAVE HALF SPHERE)Dataerroroccurs ifUpper sidediameter or shorterside lengthtooldiameterUpper side lengthUNIT-37 Upper side diameterUNIT-37UNIT-37KKAsshownfrom the expl...

  • Page 142

    4191-E P-133SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE ANDRIDGE MACHINING CYCLES4-4.Operationsin Individual Modes(1)CONVEX QUADRANGULARPYRAMID, CONVEX CONE, and CONVEX HALF SPHERE1) Positioningiscarried outata rapid feedrate tothe Z-axis infeed positionon the XY plane inthecutting start direction U.Z-axisinfeed positi...

  • Page 143

    4191-EP-134SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(2)CONCAVE QUADRANGULAR PYRAMID andCONCAVE CONE1) Positioning is executed tothe center ofthe shapeon the XY plane.2) Theinfeedaxis Z is moved ata rapid feedrate to level “S", therelief amounthigher than the upperface.Upperface:Theupp...

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    4191-E P-135SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(3)CONCAVE HALF SPHERE1)Positioning is executed tothe centerof the shape ontheXY plane.2)The infeed axis Z is moved ata rapid feedrate tothelevel “S”,the relief amount,higher than theupper face.Upper face:VERTEX B + CUTTING HEIGHT Z(u...

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    4191-EP-136SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGEMACHINING CYCLES4-5.Remarks(1)Roughing andPre-machiningOuter peripheryof CONVEX QUADRANGULAR PYRAMID, CONVEX CONE,and CONVEXHALF SPHEREor inner periphery of CONCAVE QUADRANGULAR- PYRAMID and CONCAVECONE shouldbe machined in advance with a round endmill, poc...

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    4191-E P-137SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES5.Convex/ConcaveHorizontal Cone5-1.General Programming Format[Mnemonic-code] i_iU_X_Y_L_l_J_B_Z*_A_C_S_K_D.F_R_T_Q_FC=AddressZ marked withan asterisk(*)may notbe used for CONCAVEHORIZONTAL CONE.[Mnemonic-code]:LCONO (CONVEX HORIZONTAL CON...

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    4191-EP-138SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESFINISH ALLOWANCEWhen valueUK" is designated, the cycleends witha finishing allowance left onthe outsideorinsideof the defined shape.CUTTER DIAMETERSet thediameter ofthe cutting tool end ball directly usinga numerical value. The radius...

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    4191-E P-139SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES5-2.ShapeDefinition andMachining RangeDefinethe shapewith address charactersU, X, Y,L,I, and J. (drawingdimensions, etc.)Setthe actual machining range with Aand C.(1)U, X,Y, andLSetthedirection andlength of the shape in reference to theref...

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    4191-EP-140SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE ANDRIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(X, Y)IJ—JLBy locating (X, Y) on the opposite sideandchanging theL value sign,theslope is reversely defined.(3)A, CA:Set the cutting starting position by designatingwhether itis attheplus or minus side of(X, Y),independent of the shape.Se...

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    4191-E P-141SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(4)Z :COMPLETION HEIGHT (CONVEX HORIZONTAL CONE)For ashape recalculated using U, X, Y, I,J, A,and C,Z indicates the level limit of thetool end in theshapemenu.BD/2Z valuerange:—D/2 < Z < Minor circle radius(value after recalculati...

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    4191-E P-142SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGEMACHINING CYCLES5-3.Setting Items andOperations(1)S:ESCAPE AMOUNTEscape amountisdetermined bythis distance, inreference tothe highest position (upper end)ofthe shape tobe cut.K(upperend)B (upper end)7BK(2)K:FINISH ALLOWANCEAsillustrated in the figure belo...

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    4191-EP-143SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(4)CUTTINGLINE TYPE T andFEED PITCH AMOUNT QThereare two typesof cutting- straight line (zigzag) andarc (zigzag). Feed pitch amountdiffers between these twocutting types./j.T= 0 or nodesignationT= 1Pitch amountQ isdesignated bythe length al...

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    4191-E P-144SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(6)Feedrates (F, R, FC)F:CUTTING FEEDRATER:Z INFEEDFEEDRATEOmission:R = F/2FC:Pick feedrateOmission: FC = FRR(XY plane)PickCuttinguPickPickPickCutting1) For the first axis feedfrom the “upper end + S" level2)For pick feed3)For cutt...

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    4191-E P-145SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES5-4.Operations in Individual Modes(1)CONVEX HORIZONTAL CONE1) Positioning iscarried out tothe cutting starting position onthe XY plane.Note:This positioning is notcarried out atthe cutting starting point (negative endside) butalongthe axis...

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    4191-E P-146SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(2)CONCAVE HORIZONTAL CONE1)Positioningis carried outtothe cutting starting positionon the XY plane.With theED shape,end position is higher than the positionon theaxis.The centerof the cutting tool is positioned insidethe shape, leaving th...

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    4191-EP-147SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES5-5.Remarks(1)RoughingWith this menu, only thefinishing cycleis enabled. However,roughing cycle ispossible usingthefollowing methods.1)By changing B plane coordinater—!IrB\W \ \\\\ \ \2)By changing designatedcircle radius1__1____J_i1r_L ...

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    4191-EP-148SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES6.Three-DimensionalSlope Surface Interpolation6-1.GeneralProgramming FormatRLDPNLJX_Y_Z_A_B_C_I_J_K_U_V_W_S_P_F_R_FC:RLDPN :Mnemonic codeselecting the 3-DslopeinterpolationX, Y, Z:REFERENCE X/Y/Z CORA, B, C :2ndREF X/Y/Z CORI, J, K:3rdREF X...

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    4191-EP-149SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES6-3.Remarks(1)Point Input Sequence andMachining AreaMachining always begins from the reference point. However, machiningoperations and themachining areavary according tothe pointinput sequence for the second and succeeding points.(XY plane)...

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    4191-E P-150SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESBymaintainingthe givenrelationship between Aand B,a slopewith thesame gradientcan bemachined independently ofdimensions Cand D.Note:When allof the fourpoints lieon a singleplane, machiningis conductedon thatplane. Ifeven onepoint does notl...

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    I4191-E P-151SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES7.Cam CurveInterpolation (Variant Sine Curve)GeneralProgramming Format7-1.CAMCVLJX_Y_A_B.J_P- FCAMCVMnemoniccode designatingcam profileinterpolation)XREFERENCE POINTXReference point for cam profilecalculationYREFERENCE POINTYSTARTING ANGL...

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    4191-E P-152SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE ANDRIDGE MACHINING CYCLESOperationsThis menu,differingfrom theother solid shapemenus, is usually usedin combination withothercommands (program) to cuta cam profile. That is, thecam profile cuttingprogram is completed byinserting othernecessary commands before and ...

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    4191-EP-153SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESG01 Y10X40GOOZ100M05M02(2)Feedrate FOnce a feedrate F isdesignated, it is notnecessary to designate it again,as longas thesamefeedrate is used.(3)Pitch Dividing Angle P andUNIT DataWhen the setting of “P" isomitted, pitch dividing an...

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    4191-E P-154SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(5)OutputCommands1)Thecoordinates of the starting point are notoutput.Therefore,the starting point mustbe specified in a program toproceedthe cam profileprogram.2)Thecoordinates of the end pointare output.Therefore, it is not necessary to...

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    14191-E P-155SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES8.Ridge Machining Menu(Line, Convex/Concave Arc, Line + Tangent ArcandSetting of End)In this menu,asectionshape is defined inthe XY plane for each level, then machining takes place oneachlevel tocreatethe required solid shape.Anexplanati...

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    4191-E P-156SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES8-2.GeneralProgrammingFormati_i [Mnemonic-code]X_Y_B_Z_C*_J*_l*_S_K_P_Q.D_E_F_R_T_NShapeprogramRGENDIFi—i[VFINIi—1 EQL_JO] NAddresses marked withan asterisk (*)may notbe used,according totheselectedmenu.(1)ProgramEnd SettingRGENDIFi_i...

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    4191-E P-157SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESIn a shapeprogram, other functions, including optionalcoordinate systemrotationin theXY planecan beused.Becausethe cutterdiameter compensation function is includedin this program, it isnecessary torefertothe instruction manual for further...

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    4191-E P-158SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESC:SLOPEANGLE (LINE and LINE + TANGENT ARC)CC value range: 0C < 90J :RIDGE LENGTH (CONVEX/CONCAVE ARC)A numericvalue used forcalculating thearc center.ZVJI:ARC RADIUS (CONVEX/CONCAVE ARC)Contactcircle radius (LINE + TANGENT ARC)S :ESCAPE...

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    4191-E P-159SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES2)Vertical motion includedTo bedesignated bya positive valueWhen tool movement fromthe shapeprogram end point totheZ-axis infeed position (X, Y)causesthe tool tocollide with the workpiece, the cutting tool mustfirst beretracted upward.For...

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    4191-E P-160SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESD: CUTTERDIAMETERCutting tooldiameter is indicateddirectly.E :CORNER R RADIUSThis also designatesthe tool shape.E = 0Flat shapeEnd mill with roundedcomer(flatbottomwith R)Ball endmill0 < E < D/2D/2 s ESettinga value greaterthan “D/...

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    4191-EP-161SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES8-3.Shape DefinitionIn a shape program, the dimensionsusedin that program will differ,according tothe facedesignation.They are dependent onwhether the program is made forthe upper face orthe lower face.(1)LINEDimensions usedinthe shape pro...

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    4191-E P-162SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGEMACHINING CYCLES(4)LINE + TANGENT ARCDimensions usedinthe shape programBZ©2©BDimensions used intheshape programTheoperating systemwill judge that the following shapes cannotbemachined. To machine these shapes,itis necessary todivide the shapeinto sub sha...

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    4191-E P-163SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES3)LINE + TANGENT ARCl*(1- SIN(C))I* (1- sin(C))When Z £ I* (1- sin(C))IZOperationsin Individual ModesThe ridgemachiningmenu isused in combination with the program end setting.Machiningmotionon theXY plane, including approach and relievin...

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    4191-E P-164SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES7) Whenthe sequence returnsto the ridge machining menu, operations1)- 6)are carried outwith the“P" value sequentially increased. This repeatsuntil the shape is machined to the designated finish¬ingallowance.For cycles in which the...

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    4191-E P-165SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE ANDRIDGE MACHINING CYCLES8-5.Remarks(1)Because machiningis executedusing cutterdiameter compensation, theshape program mustbemade takingthe following points intoconsideration.rhrh\VSj\vThe range in which the cutter diametercompensation value varies1) Whether machi...

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    4191-E P-166SECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLESRedesignatethe shape by splitting it into morethan onesub shapes by preparing more thanone shapeprogram.D/2)//l/0To designate the lower face, the compensation valuewill takea negative value.This willcause thesame problem tooccur for cutti...

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    4191-EP-167SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(2)MachiningShape andTool DiameterBecausethe cutter radius compensation value varies greatly during machining, machiningmay bedisabled by“cutterradius compensation interference error'', depending onthe shape.In suchcases, recheck theprogr...

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    4191-E P-168SECTION 7SOLID SHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES9.Notes and Limitations(1)Spindlecontroland coolant controlare notgenerated in thesemenus. These commands must bedesignated in the precedingor followingprogram.(2)ToolLength Offset (otherthanprogram endsetting forCAM CURVE INTERPOLATION an...

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    4191-E P-169SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES(6)Thismenu cannot be selectedin thefollowing modes.1) Cutterdiameter compensation mode (G41, G42)...except CAM CURVE INTERPOLA¬TION2) 3-Dtool offset mode (G44)3)Fixed cyclemode(7)If thismenu is designatedin the “call after axis motion...

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    4191-EP-170SECTION 7SOLIDSHAPEAND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES4)ALARM-B 2395Userreserve code 851Unit system parametererror5)ALARM-B 4209User reserve code 85Modifiedapproach6)ALARM-B 4209User reserve code 86Modified depthThealarm 3)indicates that the solid shape and ridge machining cyclemenu cannotbe sp...

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    4191-E P-171/ESECTION 7SOLID SHAPE AND RIDGE MACHINING CYCLES30With RIDGE MACHINING, CONVEX/CONCAVEARC,circle center positioncaused systemerror. (Restartthe systemafterpressing thereset button.)An errorisdetected with the RIDGEMACHINING,LINE commanddata.An erroris detected with theRIDGEMACHINING,...

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    LIST OF PUBLICATIONSPublication No.DateEdition4191-EApril 19981stThismanual may beat variancewith the actualproduct due tospecification ordesignchanges.Pleasealso notethatspecifications are subject tochange without notice.If you requireclarification orfurther explanation of anypoint in this manua...

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