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    CNC SYSTEMOSP-E100OSP-E10MacManINSTRUCTION MANUAL(6th Edition)Pub No. 4345-E-R5 (SE34-008-R6) May 2002

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    4345-E P-(i)SAFETY PRECAUTIONSSAFETY PRECAUTIONSEeospkkpl001The NC unit that features the IGF function is equipped with a variety of safety devices to protect per-sonnel and the machine from hazards arising as a result of unforeseen accidents while operatingthe machine.However, incorrect use of t...

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    4345-E P-(ii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS2-3.Running NC Programs Created Using the IGF FunctionEeospkkpl005(1) Use the simulation function of the IGF function to check the operation before running an NCprogram created using the IGF function to perform actual machining.(2) Never run a program created using ...

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    4345-E P-(iii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS5.Symbols Used in ManualEeospkkpl008The following warning indications are used in this manual to draw attention to information of particu-lar importance. Read the instructions marked with these symbols carefully and follow them.DANGERWARNINGCAUTIONNOTICEIndicates a...

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    4345-E P-(i)INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTIONEeospkkan001Thank you very much for purchasing our numerical control unit.Before using this NC unit (hereafter simply called NC), thoroughly read this manual in order toensure correct use.This manual explains how to use and maintain the NC so that it will deliv...

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    4345-E P-(i) TABLE CONTENTSTABLE CONTENTS 8,SECTION 8, 1 8,MacMan......................................................................................................1 8,1. 8,MacMan 8, Provides 8, the Live 8, Productions 8, Status 8, Information 8,...............................................

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    4345-E P-(ii) TABLE CONTENTS 43,2. 43,OUTPUT DATA 43,.......................................................................................................................... 43,363. 46,Initialization 46,........................................................................................

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    4345-E P-1SECTION 1 MacManSECTION 1 MacManEeospkku1001The MacMan has been developed by focusing on the following problems among a variety of prob-lems to be solved:• What should we do to improve operation efficiency of the machine tools and other productionequipment?• What should we do to s...

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    4345-E P-2SECTION 1 MacMan(2) Operating ReportOperating status is displayed in bar graph.EIOSPKKU1001R01(3) Operating HistoryOperating status is displayed in time chart.EIOSPKKU1002R01

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    4345-E P-3SECTION 1 MacMan2.MacMan Slashes Down TimeEeospkku1003Precise understanding of the situation of a trouble is the key to pin-pointed troubleshooting andquick recovery of the machine operation.Using the MacMan, you can get the information necessary for troubleshooting to be output onto ...

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    4345-E P-4SECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREENSECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREENEeospkku2001EIOSPKKU2001R01

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    4345-E P-5SECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREEN1.Machining StatusEeospkku2002(1) On the screen, whether or not a program has been selected is indicated by "START" andwhether or not a program is being executed is indicated by "OPERATING".The area indicating the status explained above ...

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    4345-E P-6SECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREEN2.Recent Machining ReportEeospkku2003(1) Recent machining report is displayed.(up to 16 main programs)EIOSPKKU2003R01• MAIN PROGRAMThe file name of the main program having been selected• START DAYDate of the main program selection [year/month/day]• ST...

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    4345-E P-7SECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREEN3.Adjusting the Number of Work CountEeospkku2004You can correct the report data if the number of machined parts recorded in the machining reportdiffers from the number of actually machined parts. When including the test-cut parts in the total number, for in...

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    4345-E P-8SECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREENEIOSPKKU2005R01Press the function key [F1] (Which Non Op.).Press the function key [F4] (Maintenance).

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    4345-E P-9SECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREEN(1) Reasons for Not-operating StatusThe MacMan provides five categories for the reasons for not-operating status.• IN-PRO SETUPSelect this reason when you perform setup change by stopping the machine.(Setup change performed without stopping the machine is...

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    4345-E P-10SECTION 2 MacMan MAIN SCREEN• If the reason for not-operating status is "PART WAITING", "MAINTENANCE", or "OTHER",the automatic change function is not valid. If the machine has to be stopped, due to any ofthese reasons, change the reason manually. Wh...

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    4345-E P-11SECTION 3 REPORT INFORMATION DISPLAYSECTION 3 REPORT INFORMATION DISPLAYEeospkku3001EIOSPKKU3001R01Press function key [F1], [F2], or [F3], and the corresponding machining or operation report screen isdisplayed.Machining ReportThe report shows the progress of each of the selected main...

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    4345-E P-12SECTION 3 REPORT INFORMATION DISPLAY• CUTTINGLength of time for which an axis has been moved at a cutting feedrate [hours:minutes:seconds]Length of time an axis has been moves at a cutting feedrate in the machine lock mode or dryrun mode (NC lathe) is not counted.• CYCLE TIMELeng...

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    4345-E P-13SECTION 3 REPORT INFORMATION DISPLAY• EXTERNAL INPUTLength of time for which an external input signal has been ON• ALARM ONLength of time for which the NC has been in an alarm state (alarm A, alarm B, alarm C)Operating HistoryThe operating history shows the operating status (ON/O...

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    4345-E P-14SECTION 4 MACHINING REPORT DISPLAYSECTION 4 MACHINING REPORT DISPLAY1.Daily Machining Report (Today)Eeospkku4001EIOSPKKU4001R01(1) The machining result of the main programs selected today is displayed for each main programin the order the main programs selected later (START TIME).•...

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    4345-E P-15SECTION 4 MACHINING REPORT DISPLAY(2) The machining report consists of a main program file name and nine items showing theprogress of the main program. Since one line in the display screen in able to show a main pro-gram file name and four items, use the "left" and "ri...

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    4345-E P-16SECTION 4 MACHINING REPORT DISPLAY2.Daily Machining Report (Pre Day)Eeospkku4002EIOSPKKU4005R01(1) The machining results of the main programs selected in the previous day are displayed in theorder of selection, with the latest one being the top (START TIME).• The term previous day ...

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    4345-E P-17SECTION 4 MACHINING REPORT DISPLAY3.Period Machining ReportEeospkku4003EIOSPKKU4007R01(1) The machining result of the main programs having been selected up to today is displayed foreach main program in the order the main programs selected later (START TIME).• The first line in the ...

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    4345-E P-18SECTION 4 MACHINING REPORT DISPLAY4.Output to Floppy DiskEeospkku4004You can save the machining report displayed on the screen by outputting it to floppy disk.(1) Insert an MS-DOS format floppy disk to the floppy disk drive. The machining report displayedon the screen is output to th...

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    4345-E P-19SECTION 5 OPERATING REPORTSECTION 5 OPERATING REPORT1.Daily Operating Report (Today)Eeospkku5001EIOSPKKU5001R01(1) Today's machine operating report is displayed.When the screen is changed to the daily operating report screen, the DAILY OPERATINGREPORT (TODAY) screen is displayed.EIOS...

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    4345-E P-20SECTION 5 OPERATING REPORT2.Daily Operating Report (Pre Day)Eeospkku5002EIOSPKKU5003R01(1) The machine operating report of the previous day is displayed.The term previous day does not always indicate yesterday. If the NC is turned on after it hasbeen stopped for two days, the previou...

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    4345-E P-21SECTION 5 OPERATING REPORT3.Period Operating Report Eeospkku5003EIOSPKKU5005R01(1) The total operating time for the period up to today is displayed.EIOSPKKU5006R01Start day of data accumulationTime [hours:minutes:seconds]Rate of time to the NC running time [%]Bar graph showing the ra...

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    4345-E P-22SECTION 5 OPERATING REPORT(2) Operating Time in the Period Operating ReportThe operating time of each item displayed on the operating report is the accumulated time fromthe day the operating report was cleared last. When the NC is turned on in the same day set asthe clear date, the p...

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    4345-E P-23SECTION 6 OPERATING HISTORYSECTION 6 OPERATING HISTORY1.Daily Operating History (Today)Eeospkku6001EIOSPKKU6001R01(1) The machine operating status for one day (today) is displayed in time chart.The operating status of the machine (ON/OFF) is checked in every 10 minutes and the result...

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    4345-E P-24SECTION 6 OPERATING HISTORY(2) A screen shows the operating history for five hours. To display the history before or after thedisplayed time zone, locate the cursor on [<<] [<] [>] [>>] using the cursor keys with left andright arrows, and press WRITE.EIOSPKKU6003R01...

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    4345-E P-25SECTION 6 OPERATING HISTORY2.Daily Operating History (Pre Day)Eeospkku6002EIOSPKKU6004R01(1) The machine operating status for one day (previous day) is displayed in time chart.The operating status of the machine (ON/OFF) is checked in every 10 minutes and the resultsof the check are ...

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    4345-E P-26SECTION 7 TROUBLESHOOTING INFORMATIONSECTION 7 TROUBLESHOOTING INFORMATIONEeospkku7002EIOSPKKU7001R01(1) On the TROUBLESHOOTING INFORMATION screen, press function keys [F1] to [F6] accord-ing to the function you want to call. The information which will help you check and troubleshoo...

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    4345-E P-27SECTION 8 ALARM HISTORYSECTION 8 ALARM HISTORYEeospkkua001EIOSPKKUA001R011.Displaying the Alarm HistoryEeospkkua002You can back track the occurrence of alarms.(1) At each occurrence of an alarm, the data which identify the alarm are logged and displayed onthe screen. The information ...

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    4345-E P-28SECTION 8 ALARM HISTORY2.Changing Logged Alarm LevelsEeospkkua004The alarm levels logged in the alarm history can be changed.The factory-set alarm levels to be logged in the alarm history are alarms A, B, C, and D.LathesChange the alarm levels on the OPTIONAL PARAMETER (OTHER FUNCTIO...

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    4345-E P-29SECTION 8 ALARM HISTORYMachining CentersChange the alarm levels on the NC OPTIONAL PARAMETER (DISPLAY RELATION PARAME-TER) screen displayed in the parameter setting mode.EIOSPKKUA004R01Select the alarm level from:Alarm A, B, C, DAlarm A, B, CAlarm A, BAlarm A

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    4345-E P-30SECTION 9 OPERATION HISTORYSECTION 9 OPERATION HISTORY1.Operate PanelEeospkkub003EIOSPKKUB003R01(1) The following operations are records as the operation panel history with the date and time.(2) History of a key input is displayed as follows:The illustration below shows an example di...

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    4345-E P-31SECTION 9 OPERATION HISTORYTable 1 shows the keys and the corresponding character strings displayed as a record.(3) The MacMan System also records the operations on the screen components such as input inthe TextBox, changing ON/OFF status in the CheckBox, changing number in the Selec...

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    4345-E P-32SECTION 9 OPERATION HISTORY(5) Record of manual data input is displayed as follows:(6) If an error occurs, the error number and the error character-string are displayed as an errorrecord.The illustration below shows an example of record displayed when Error "337 floppy ready&quo...

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    4345-E P-33SECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTINGSECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTINGEeospkkue001EIOSPKKUE001R01(1) Press a proper function key to access the required function. The function keys are summarizedbelow.a) REPORT DATAUsed to set the machine names and the parameters needed for collecting the operating...

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    4345-E P-34SECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTING1.REPORT DATAEeospkkue002EIOSPKKUE002R01MACHINE NAME• ExplanationThe machine name set here is displayed on all screens of the cell operation management func-tion. The machine name is described in the file when outputting the report or troubleshootinginfo...

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    4345-E P-35SECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTINGOPERATING REPORT CLEAR DAY• ExplanationIf the date of today agrees with the date set for "OPERATING REPORT CLEAR DATE", theperiod operating report in the memory is cleared when the NC is turned on.• SettingTen characters (fixed)If the number ...

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    4345-E P-36SECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTING2.OUTPUT DATAEeospkkue007Page 1EIOSPKKUE003R01(1) DEFAULT DEVICE NAME• ExplanationThe default name of the device where the file is output if no device name is specified for file out-put operation is set.Note that the setting simply specifies the device n...

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    4345-E P-37SECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 3EIOSPKKUE005R01(7) ALARM HISTORY FILE: DEFAULT FILE NAME(8) OPERATION PANEL HISTORY FILE: DEFAULT FILE NAME• ExplanationThe default names of the files used to output the report or troubleshooting information to thefloppy disk. Since the report and ...

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    4345-E P-38SECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTINGIf you specify a specific character (Y, M, D, h, m, s) following an asterisk (*), it is replaced with atwo-digit number.*Y:Year (Example: 1999, July 30 -> 99)*M:Month (Example: 1999, July 30 -> 07)*D:Date (Example: 1999, July 30 -> 30)*h:Hour (Exa...

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    4345-E P-39SECTION 10 PARAMETER SETTING3.InitializationEeospkkue008EIOSPKKUE009R01ALL INFO CLEARTurning on this check box clears all the report information and trouble information in G buffer.OPERATING REPORT (TODAY, PRE.DAY, PERIOD)Turning on this check box clears the today, pre day, and perio...

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    LIST OF PUBLICATIONSPublication No.DateEdition4345-EJanuary 20001st4345-E-R1August 20002nd4345-E-R2Octobrt 20003rd4345-E-R3May 20014th4345-E-R4November 20015th4345-E-R5May 20026thThis manual may be at variance with the actual product due to specification or design changes.Please also note that pe...

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