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    CNC SYSTEMOSP-E100MOSP-E10MOPERATION MANUAL(6th Edition)Pub No. 4290-E-R4 (ME32-083-R6) Aug. 2002

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    4290-E P-(i)SAFETY PRECAUTIONSSAFETY PRECAUTIONSEeoemm1pl001The machine is equipped with safety devices which serve to protect personnel and the machineitself from hazards arising from unforeseen accidents. However, operators must not rely exclusivelyon these safety devices: they must also become...

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    4290-E P-(ii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS2.Points to Check before Turning on the PowerEeoemm1pl003(1) Close all the doors of the control enclosure and operation panel to prevent the entry of water,chips, and dust.(2) Make absolutely sure that there is nobody near the moving parts of the machine, and that t...

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    4290-E P-(iii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS5.On Finishing WorkEeoemm1pl006(1) On finishing work, clean the vicinity of the machine.(2) Return the ATC, APC and other equipment to the predetermined retraction position.(3) Always turn off the power to the machine before leaving it.(4) To turn off the power, tu...

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    4290-E P-(iv)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS(11) Periodic Inspection of the Control Enclosurea) Cleaning the cooling unitThe cooling unit in the door of the control enclosure serves to prevent excessive tempera-ture rise inside the control enclosure and increase the reliability of the NC unit. Inspect thefoll...

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    4290-E P-(i)INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTIONEeoemm1an001Thank you very much for choosing our CNC system. This numerical control system is a expandableCNC with various features including a multi-main CPU system. Major features of the CNC systemare described below. (1) Expandable CNC with a multi-main CP...

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    4290-E P-(i)CONSTRUCTION OF THIS MANUALCONSTRUCTION OF THIS MANUALEeoemm1i1001This instruction manual consists of five chapters.FUNDAMENTALSThis chapter describes the specifications, part names, and functions. Description of the part namesand functions includes explanation of switches on the NC o...

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    4290-E P-(i)TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTSFUNDAMENTALS 15,SECTION 15, 1 15,PART NAMES AND FUNCTION 15,..................................................................1 15,1. 15,Operation Panels 15,..............................................................................................

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    4290-E P-(ii)TABLE OF CONTENTS 60,4-3. 60,Manual Magazine Operation 60,............................................................................................... 60,45 61,4-4. 61,Manual Tool 61, Change during 61, Automatic 61, Operation 61,..................................................

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    4290-E P-(iii)TABLE OF CONTENTS 103,15.Pulse 103, Handle 103, Shift Operati 103,on 103,..................................................................................................... 103,88 104,16.Lock 104, Functions............................................................................

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    4290-E P-(iv)TABLE OF CONTENTS 129,5. 129,Block 129, Data Display.................................................................................................................... 129,114 131,SECTION 131, 7 131,HELP 131, FUNCTION 131,............................................................

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    4290-E P-(v)TABLE OF CONTENTS 179,3-2. 179,NC Optional 179, Parameters 179,................................................................................................... 179,163 210,3-3. 210,Machine 210, User 210, Parameter...... 210,.........................................................

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    4290-E P-(vi)TABLE OF CONTENTS 313,3-14.Quit 313, / Stop......... 313,................................................................................................................ 313,297 314,3-15.Select 314, & 314, Quit........... 314,........................................................

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    FUNDAMENTALS

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    4290-E P-1SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONSECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION1.Operation Panels1-1.Basic Construction of Operation PanelsEeoemm1b2001The machine has eight human-machine interfaces with different applications:(1) NC Operation PanelUsed for operations other than those in the manual...

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    4290-E P-2SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION1-2.Guide to Controls on Operation Panels1-2-1. Operation Mode Selection KeysEeoemm1b2002(1) AUTO KeyPressed to select the automatic operation mode, in which a part pro-gram stored in the memory disk (MD) is read to the working memoryof the NC and exec...

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    4290-E P-3SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION1-2-3. NC Status Indicating LampsEeoemm1b2004(1) RUN LampThis lamp is lit while the machine is actually operating in the automatic or MDI mode.(2) S.T.M LampThis lamp is lit while S (spindle), T (tool), or M (miscellaneous) operation is being executed....

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    4290-E P-4SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION1-2-4. Other Controls on the NC Operation PanelEeoemm1b2005(1) Function Keys: F1 to F8When the operator selects an operation mode, the functions (operations) available in theselected mode are displayed on the bottom line of the screen. The function key...

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    4290-E P-5SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION(10) Character KeysCharacter keys are used to input characters for data input, programoperation, and file editing operations.To input the character shown at the upper right corner of a key top,press the key while holding down the [UPPER CASE] key.While...

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    4290-E P-6SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION1-2-5. Controls on the Machine Operation PanelEeoemm1b2006The flat keys on the machine operation panel have the features indicated below depending onwhether or not they have indicating lamps.< Flat keys with an indicating lamp >The indicating lam...

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    4290-E P-7SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION(7) SLIDE HOLD ButtonPressing this button stops motion on the X-, Y-, and Z-axis immedi-ately. To resume axis movements, press the [CYCLE START] but-ton.If none of the X-, Y-, and Z-axes is moving when this button ispressed, the slide hold state is est...

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    4290-E P-8SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION(16) SPINDLE RELEASE KeyUsed to set the spindle free (neutral position).[Supplement](17) RAPID OVERRIDE DialUsed to set the desired override value to be applied to the rapidtraverse rate.(18) FEEDRATE Override DialUsed to set the desired override value...

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    4290-E P-9SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION(26) OIL HOLE HIGH Key(27) SHOWER Key(28) LIGHT Key(29) LUB. Key(30) CHIP CON. Reverse KeyUsed to operate the chip conveyor in the reverse direction.The chip conveyor operates only while the key is pressed.(31) CHIP CON. Forward KeyUsed to operate the ...

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    4290-E P-10SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION1-2-6. Mode Selection KeysEeoemm1b2007These switches are used to select the operation mode for program operation.(1) SINGLE BLOCK KeyUsed to execute a program block by block.When this key is valid, the indicating lamp at the upper left cornerlights.Th...

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    4290-E P-11SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION(6) AXIS COM. CANCEL KeyUsed to cancel the operation of the specified axis. Designation of anaxis made using a parameter.When the [AXIS COM. CANCEL] key is valid, the indicating lamp atthe upper left corner lights.(7) S.T.M LOCK KeyUsed to lock miscel...

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    4290-E P-12SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION(11) INTERLOCK RELEASE KeyThis key must be held down when the corresponding mode key ispressed in order to establish or cancel the dry run mode, machinelock mode or mirror image mode.The indicating lamp at the upper left corner of the key is lit, and ...

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    4290-E P-13SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION2-1-1. Operation Modes (Automatic / MDI / Manual)Eeoemm1b2020EIOEMM1B2025R01ACTUAL POSITIONMAIN PROGRAMSCHEDULE PROGRAMMDI PROGRAMFEED AXIS DATABLOCK DATAMAIN PRG_OPERACT_POSI ENLARGELOAD ON/OFFANIMATE ON/OFFPROGRAM ON/OFFQUICK EDITNC OPR MONITORDISPL...

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    4290-E P-14SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONEIOEMM1B2026R01ACTUAL POSITIONMAIN PROGRAMSCHEDULE MDI PROGRAMFEED AXIS DATABLOCK DATAMAIN PRG_OPERACT_POSI ENLARGELOAD ON/OFFANIMATE ON/OFFPROGRAM ON/OFFQUICK EDITNC OPR MONITORDISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8REGIS.ERASEINITBUFFER SIZECLOSEF1F2F3F4F5F6...

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    4290-E P-15SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONEIOEMM1B2027R01ANIMATED SIMULATION< > : 3D MODEMAIN PRG_OPERTRACE/ANIMATE <TRACE/MATERIAL>MATERIAL DRAWINGERASEPROGRAM ON/OFFQUICK EDITHIGH DRAWDISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8PROGRAM SELECTRESTARTNUMBER STOPNUMBER SEARCHEXEC/READQUICK EDITM...

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    4290-E P-16SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONEIOEMM1B2028R01GAUGING RESULTSSCHEDULE PRG_OPERTOOL/ZEROTOOL ON/OFFMSB ZERO ON/OFFMSB TOOL ON/OFFSENSstat ON/OFFVARIOUS ON/OFFDISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F871NC AXIS DATASTANDARDMAGNI.DISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8MEMORY DATAREFER/CHANGEADDRESS UPADDR...

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    4290-E P-17SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONEIOEMM1B2006r01SETDISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8DISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8PLC DATA TRACETRACE STARTTRACE QUITTRACE SELECT*DISPLAY POSITIONDATA1/DATA8CHANGE CONDDISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F81131ATC TOOL SET/DISPLAY(Memory random)POT SEARCHTOOL SEA...

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    4290-E P-18SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION2-1-2. Zero Set ModeEeoemm1b2010EIOEMM1B2007R01SETADDCALFINDBACK UPF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8OKCANCELF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8DATA IN/OUTF1F2F3:F7F812

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    4290-E P-19SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION2-1-3. Tool Data Setting ModeEeoemm1b2021EIOEMM1B2029R01TOOL OFFSET / COMPENSATIONSETADDCALFINDBACK UPITEM ↑ITEM ↓DISPLAY CHANGEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8TOOL MANAGEMENTSET (or MENU)H/D COMP NO. 2, 3 (or LIFE SETTING)FINDBACK UPITEM ↑ITEM ↓DISPLAY CHANG...

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    4290-E P-20SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION2-1-4. Parameter Setting ModeEeoemm1b2019EIOEMM1B2023R01COMMON VARIABLESUSER PARAMETERG/M CODE MACRONC OPTIONAL PARAMETER (INPUT UNIT SYSTEM)NC OPTIONAL PARAMETER (UNI-DIRECTIONAL POSITION)NC OPTIONAL PARAMETER (FIXED CYCLE)NC OPTIONAL PARAMETER (CUTT...

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    4290-E P-21SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION2-1-5. Program Operation ModeEeoemm1b2022EIOEMM1B2030R01DIR DISPLAYEDITNEW FILELISTCOPYRENAMEDELETEPROTECT/UNPROTECTF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8MD1FD0MD1 & FD0ANOTHER DISPLAYNEW DIR DISPLAYCLOSEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8FILE NAMESORTCLOSEF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8COPYRENAMEDELET...

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    4290-E P-22SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION2-2.Screen OperationsEeoemm1b2023There are three methods for moving between screens, as described below.(1) Menu based screen selectionScreen selection from the menu is used in automatic, MDI, and manual operation modes andparameter, zero point, and t...

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    4290-E P-23SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION(2) Transition between functions (short-cut operation)This method is available only in the operation modes (automatic operation mode, MDI operationmode, manual operation mode).Select [DISPLAY CHANGE] from the function menu on the initial screen for an...

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    4290-E P-24SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION2-2-1. Function MenuEeoemm1b2015(1) Function menu selectionIn cases where it is not possible to display all the function menu items corresponding to functionkeys F1 through F8 on one screen, a black triangular symbol is displayed at the right end of t...

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    4290-E P-25SECTION 1 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION3.One-touch Window Close OperationEeoemm1b2024If the mode selection key that corresponds to the currently selected mode is pressed when the pop-up window is open, the current processing is aborted and the screen returns to the initial state. Thisopera...

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    OPERATION

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    4290-E P-26SECTION 1 TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFFSECTION 1 TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF1.Turning the Power ONEeoemm1o1001Turn ON the main switch in the control cabinet.To turn on the power, press the [CONTROL ON] switch on the machineoperation panel.An alarm or error is generated, refer to the ...

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    4290-E P-27SECTION 2 OPERATION MODESSECTION 2 OPERATION MODES1.Operation Mode Basic ScreenEeoemm1o2002The following is a general description of the basic screen and pop-up window displayed for opera-tion modes.1-1.Screen DisplayEeoemm1o2003(1) Information at top of screenInformation is provided...

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    4290-E P-28SECTION 2 OPERATION MODES1-2.Pop-up WindowsEeoemm1o2004When any of the function menu items is selected, the corresponding pop-up window is displayed.Apart from pop-up windows in which data can be set, there are also DISPLAY CHANGE pop-upwindows that are used to change the screen cont...

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    4290-E P-29SECTION 2 OPERATION MODESMENU CHANGEUsed to set the menu displayed in the DISPLAY CHANGE pop-up window.Fig.2-4 MENU CHANGE Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1O2007R01DISPLAY PROPERTYUsed to choose between negative and positive for the ACTUAL POSITION window, for pro-gram display, and for the text e...

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    4290-E P-30SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATIONSECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATIONEeoemm1o3001The following operations are possible when the manual operation mode is selected. In the automaticoperation mode and MDI operation mode, these operations are also possible if the manual interven-tion mode is selected.•...

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    4290-E P-31SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION1-2.Manual Cutting Feed OperationEeoemm1o3003Select the desired axis by the [AXIS SELECT] keys on the machine operation panel, and presseither of the [JOG] keys. The selected axis moves at a feedrate set with the [JOG SPEED] switch.To feed an axis at a cutti...

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    4290-E P-32SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION1-3.Pulse Handle FeedEeoemm1o3004On the machine operation panel, select the [PULSE HANDLE] key in the [AXIS SELECT] keys andselect the desired axis by the pulse handle axis selection switch. Turn the pulse handle and theselected axis moves as the pulse handl...

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    4290-E P-33SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION2.Spindle OperationEeoemm1o3005If the [SPINDLE CW] or [SPINDLE CCW] key on the machine operation panel is pressed in the statea spindle speed is set using an S command in such as the MDI operation mode, the spindle startsrotating at the specified speed. Pres...

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    4290-E P-34SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION3.Indexing the Swivel Head and the AttachmentEeoemm1o3010The swivel head (attachment) can be indexed by pressing the swivel head (attachment) indexingstart button after selecting the desired position (front / left / rear / right) by the index position select...

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    4290-E P-35SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION4.ATC4-1.ATC OperationEeoemm1o3022The ATC is classified into the memory-random type and the fixed-address type. The subsection 4-1-1 explains the operations needed only for the memory-random ATC. The subsection 4-1-2 describes the operations applied to both ...

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    4290-E P-36SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION(3) In the DISPLAY CHANGE pop-up window, select ATC TOOL SET/DISPLAY (MEMORY RAN-DOM).The ATC TOOL SET (MEMORY-RANDOM) screen is displayed.Fig.3-2 ATC TOOL SET (MEMORY-RANDOM) ScreenEIOEMM1O3013R01(4) Set the data for POT NO., ATC TOOL and NXT TOOL.The data ...

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    4290-E P-37SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION• ATC TOOLSpecify the tool number of the tool presently set in the spindle.Move the cursor to the input area of ATC TOOL and select [F1] (SET) in the function menu.This displays the SET pop-up window.The information on the ATC TOOL may be set using this po...

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    4290-E P-38SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATIONStoring tools to magazine potsEeoemm1o3012When storing a tool to a magazine pot, there are two methods available as indicated below.• Storing a tool by specifying a pot• Storing a tool by using the function to search an empty pot automaticallyThe procedu...

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    4290-E P-39SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATIONStoring a tool by using the function to search an empty pot automaticallyProcedure :1 Clear the POT NO. setting by inputting “*”.2 Set a tool in the spindle.3 Input the tool number of the tool presently set in the spindle to ATC TOOL.Setting for NXT TOOL...

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    4290-E P-40SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION4-1-2. Operation at the ATC Operation PanelStatus indication and operation keysEeoemm1o3013(1) ATC / APC displayIn the function menu displayed in the automatic, MDI, or manual operation mode, select[F8](DISPLAY CHANGE) and select [ATC/APC CONDITION] in the ...

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    4290-E P-41SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION(2) Operation keysFig.3-5 ATC OperationEIOEMM1O3005r01• <ATC key>Selects the ATC operation mode.• <1 CYCLE START key>Operable if READY is displayed on the ATC/APC CONDITION screen or if “1” is displayed forATC SEQUENCE NO.• <RETURN C...

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    4290-E P-42SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION• <INTERLOCK RELEASE key>Used to disregard the interlock conditions (completion of spindle orientation and tool changeposition) while the [INTERLOCK RELEASE] key is pressed. Other mechanical conditionsare not disregarded even if this key is pressed....

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    4290-E P-43SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION4-2.Manual Tool Change OperationEeoemm1o3015To change a tool manually, follow the procedure indicated below.Procedure :1 Press the [TOOL CHANGE CYCLE] button.The X-, Y- and Z-axis return to the tool change position. Note that the order of axis operationand d...

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    4290-E P-44SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATIONMCMManual tool change operation for MCM is indicated below.Fig.3-7 Manual Tool Change Buttons for MCMEIOEMM1O3007R01Procedure :1 Press the tool change cycle button.The indicating lamp above the tool change cycle button lights indicating that manual toolchang...

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    4290-E P-45SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION4-3.Manual Magazine OperationEeoemm1o3016To operate the magazine manually, turn the [MANUAL INT.] switch on the magazine operation panelin the “ON” position.To operate the magazine manually, follow the procedure indicated below.Fig.3-8 Manual Magazine Ro...

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    4290-E P-46SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION(1) Turn the [MANUAL INT.] switch to the “I (ON)” position. The indicating lamp lights and manualmagazine operation is enabled.(2) Turn the [CONSTANT INDEX] switch to the “I (ON)” or “O (OFF)” position.I (ON)------The magazine rotates continuousl...

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    4290-E P-47SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION5.APC5-1.APC Operation5-1-1. Status Display and Operation KeyEeoemm1o3018(1) ATC/APC DisplaySelect [F8] (DISPLAY CHANGE) from the function menu displayed in the automatic, MDI, ormanual operation mode, and select [ATC/APC CONDITION] in the DISPLAY CHANGE po...

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    4290-E P-48SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION(2) Operation KeysFig.3-10 APC OperationEIOEMM1O3010r01• <APC key>Selects the APC operation mode.• <1 CYCLE START key>Operable if READY is displayed on the ATC/APC CONDITION screen. Press this key to exe-cute all the APC operation.• <RET...

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    4290-E P-49SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION5-2.Automatic APC OperationsEeoemm1o3019(1) Pallet ChangeAutomatic pallet change cycle is carried out by execution of M60 command.(2) Workpiece Setup CompletionOn receiving automatic pallet change (M code) command, the NC confirms that the workpiecesetup has...

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    4290-E P-50SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION5-3.Manual APC OperationEeoemm1o3020Pallets can be changed manually by setting the MANUAL INT. switch on the APC operation panel toON.(1) Parallel or Rotary Type 2-Pallet APC (for Vertical and Horizontal Machining Centers)Fig.3-11 APC Operation PanelEIOEMM1O...

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    4290-E P-51SECTION 3 MANUAL OPERATION6.OthersEeoemm1o3021Manual operation includes operations for coolant, oil mist, air blow, oil-hole, chip conveyor, displayoff, etc. in addition to axis feed operation, spindle operation, swivel head/attachment indexing oper-ation, tool change operation, and ...

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    4290-E P-52SECTION 4 MDI OPERATIONSECTION 4 MDI OPERATIONEeoemm1o4001MDI is the abbreviation for “manual data input”. This function allows a program to be written oneblock at a time by inputting commands at the keyboard, and executed in the same way as in auto-matic operation.[Preparation b...

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    4290-E P-53SECTION 4 MDI OPERATION2.Automatic Operation and MDI OperationEeoemm1o4003• It is possible to interrupt automatic operation to execute MDI operation.• When the operation mode is changed from automatic to MDI, the blocks having been read tobuffer area (“〉〉” symbol indicate...

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    4290-E P-54SECTION 4 MDI OPERATION3.Subprogram Call in MDI OperationEeoemm1o4004• In MDI operation, although the “call after axis move” (MODIN) command cannot be used, sim-ple call command (CALL) may be used. To call a subprogram, however, it is necessary to selecta main program that cont...

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    4290-E P-55SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATIONSECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATIONEeoemm1o5001“Automatic operation” means operation of the machine according to the operation commands in aprogram.1.Program FilesEeoemm1o5002There are the following four types of files:• Main program files• Subprogram f...

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    4290-E P-56SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION(1) Main Program FilesFormat for file name: Main file name.MINA file comprising one or more main programs, with the main file name followed by the extension“MIN”.There are two methods for making a main program file:• Classifying programs according t...

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    4290-E P-57SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION2.Program Selection2-1.Selection of Main/SubprogramEeoemm1o5054To execute a part program in the automatic operation mode, the program to be executed must beselected.All programs stored in memory have file names. The required main program is selected from ...

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    4290-E P-58SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION(6) Select the running method, program size, whether subprogram/branch is included, whetherauto scale is used for animation, and whether the material is drawn in animation.The RUNNING METHOD, PROGRAM SIZE, and SUB PROGRAM/BRANCH selection buttonsallow you...

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    4290-E P-59SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION(8) Select [F7] (OK) from the pop-up function menu.The designated main/subprogram file and main program is read to the operation memory andthe MAIN PROGRAM SELECT pop-up window closes.(9) Press the [CYCLE START] button.This starts operation in accordance ...

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    4290-E P-60SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION2-2.Schedule Program FunctionEeoemm1o5004The schedule program function allows continuous automatic machining of different types of work-piece using such as a pallet changer.The procedure for selecting and executing schedule programs is as follows:For deta...

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    4290-E P-61SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION5 Press the [CYCLE START] button.This starts operation in accordance with the schedule program.If the [CYCLE STOP] key is provided on the machine operationpanel, it can be used to select cycle operation. That is, if scheduleoperation is started after turn...

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    4290-E P-62SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION3.Cycle Start and Slide Hold3-1.Cycle StartEeoemm1o5005Pressing the [CYCLE START] button on the machine operation panel starts NC operation in accor-dance with the part program already selected. It also starts NC operation according to the one blockof a p...

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    4290-E P-63SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION3-2.Slide HoldEeoemm1o5006Axis feed or program execution started by pressing the [CYCLE START] button can be suspendedby pressing the [SLIDE HOLD] button.“Slide hold” means a stop during axis feed, while “start-up hold” means a stop either before ...

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    4290-E P-64SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION[Supplement]1) During tapping in G84 (tapping cycle) or G74 (reverse tapping cycle) fixed cycle, axis feeddoes not stop immediately even if the [SLIDE HOLD] button is pressed but the operationstops in the slide hold state after the completion of axis feed...

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    4290-E P-65SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION4.Resetting the NCEeoemm1o5007“Resetting” the NC means initializing the internal state of the NC unit.The NC is reset in the following cases: • When the [RESET] switch on the NC operation panel is pressed.• When the [MACHINE LOCK] key on the machi...

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    4290-E P-66SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION5.Sequence Number Search and Mid-Cycle StartEeoemm1o5008To start a main program part way through, search the desired sequence either by specifying thesequence name or by using the cursor keys and press the [CYCLE START] button. The main pro-gram starts fr...

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    4290-E P-67SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION3 Input the desired sequence name.4 Select [F7] (OK) from the pop-up function menu.The designated sequence name is searched for from the start of the main program, and thepointer moves to the position where a match is found.On completion of the sequence s...

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    4290-E P-68SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION5-1-2. Sequence search by cursorsEeoemm1o5011In the automatic operation mode, check that the main program has been correctly selected (that ithas been read to the operation memory), then follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F1] (MAIN PRG_OPER) ...

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    4290-E P-69SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION5-2.Mid-Cycle Start (Start after Sequence Number Search)Eeoemm1o5012When the [CYCLE START] button is pressed after a sequence number search, the program is exe-cuted from the present pointer position.Since the program part skipped due to sequence number s...

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    4290-E P-70SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION6.Return Search and Sequence Restart Eeoemm1o5013The return search and sequence restart functions are used to restart automatic operation after tak-ing necessary measures like changing a tool if automatic operation is interrupted due to problemssuch as to...

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    4290-E P-71SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION3 Specify the return search method - input a sequence name or block counter, or select [F6](LAST) from the pop-up function menu.When you input the sequence name, the screen shows the relative number of blocks fromsequence name to the return point (SEQ. N...

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    4290-E P-72SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATIONEx. If you input “*–2” when the previous counter value is 415, the program return to theblock No. 413.If a block counter is input instead of a sequence name, the RESTART pop-up windowdoes not display the relative number of blocks from the sequence n...

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    4290-E P-73SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION6-2.Sequence RestartEeoemm1o5015The sequence restart operation is possible only after the completion of return search operation.(For return search, refer to “Return Search”.)The status of the NC that should be after the execution of the program up to ...

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    4290-E P-74SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION7.Sequence Stop (Option)Eeoemm1o5017The sequence stop function allows the operation to be stopped at a specified sequence. It is possi-ble to specify the desired sequence during automatic operation. Note that the sequence specifiedfor this operation must ...

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    4290-E P-75SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION3 Input the desired sequence name.4 Select [F6] (ENTRY).When the block of the specified sequence name is read during automatic operation, operationstops after the execution of the specified sequence.Execution by sequence name N112After the execution of N1...

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    4290-E P-76SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION8.Single BlockEeoemm1o5018When the [SINGLE BLOCK] key on the machine operation panel is turned on, the single block func-tion is turned on and the program stops after executing one block.The single block function has two modes as indicated below.Execute s...

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    4290-E P-77SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION9.Optional Block SkipEeoemm1o5019When the [BLOCK SKIP] switch on the machine operation panel is turned on, the block skip functionis turned on and the blocks preceded by a slash code (/) are skipped.For details, refer to SECTION 1, PROGRAM CONFIGURATIONS,...

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    4290-E P-78SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION12.Mirror Image Function12-1. Mirror Image (Local Coordinate System)Eeoemm1o5022When a [MIRROR IMAGE] key on the machine operation panel is turned on, the mirror image func-tion is turned on for the selected axis. For the axes for which mirror image funct...

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    4290-E P-79SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATIONExample:Fig.5-11 Relationship between MIRROR IMAGE key Setting and Programmable Mirror Image FunctionEIOEMM1O5020r01When the mirror image function is turned on by pressing a [MIRROR IMAGE] key, the sign of pro-grammed commands is reversed.−−−−

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    4290-E P-80SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION[Supplement]1) If a [MIRROR IMAGE] key is turned on during automatic operation, the mirror image functionbecomes valid from the block newly read. If several blocks have already been read into thebuffer area when the key is turned on, these blocks are exec...

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    4290-E P-81SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION12-2. Mirror Image Function in Work Coordinate SystemEeoemm1o5023If a program is executed in a local coordinate system, the mirror image function operates in thatlocal coordinate system.It is possible to have the mirror image function operate in the prese...

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    4290-E P-82SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATIONAbsolute Programming <G90>Eeoemm1o5026<Mirror image in local coordinate system>Fig.5-15 Mirror Image in Local Coordinate System in Absolute ProgrammingEIOEMM1O5024r01<Mirror image in work coordinate system>Fig.5-16 Mirror Image in Work C...

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    4290-E P-83SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATIONIncremental Programming <G91>Eeoemm1o5027<Mirror image in local coordinate system> Fig.5-17 Mirror Image in Local Coordinate System in Incremental ProgrammingEIOEMM1O5026r01<Mirror image in work coordinate system>Fig.5-18 Mirror Image in...

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    4290-E P-84SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION13.OverrideEeoemm1o5028The override function changes feedrates and spindle speeds within a certain range during machineoperation.13-1. Feedrate OverrideEeoemm1o5029The feedrate override function changes axis feedrates during machining operation.The feedra...

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    4290-E P-85SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION14.Manual Intervention and RestartEeoemm1o5033The manual intervention function allows a program to be suspended at a desired point enablingmanual operation.The procedure for manual intervention is indicated below.Procedure :1 During automatic or MDI mode ...

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    4290-E P-86SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION3 Select [F6] (SHIFT ON/OFF) from the pop-up function menu of the ACTUAL POSITION pop-upwindow. The window opens to display manually operated distance.Each time you select [F6] (SHIFT ON/OFF), the window changes from MANUAL SHIFTACTUL to MANUAL SHIFT TOTA...

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    4290-E P-87SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION5 To restart automatic operation, restore the miscellaneous function status, return the axes to theposition where the manual intervention mode was turned on by either manual axis feed opera-tion or pulse handle operation, then press the [SEQUENCE RESTART]...

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    4290-E P-88SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION15.Pulse Handle Shift OperationEeoemm1o5034In the operation of a machining center, it is sometimes required to operate the Z-axis manually whilepositioning on the X-Y plane is made using a program. Also, there are cases that stock to beremoved differs on ...

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    4290-E P-89SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION16.Lock Functions16-1. Machine LockEeoemm1o5035When the [MACHINE LOCK] key on the machine operation panel isturned on while pressing the [INTERLOCK RELEASE] key, the machinelock function is turned on. In this state, actual position data is updated asa pro...

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    4290-E P-90SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION17.Dry RunEeoemm1o5038When the [DRY RUN] key on the machine operation panel is turned on while pressing the [INTER-LOCK RELEASE] key, the dry run function is turned on. In this state, F commands in a program,specified for cutting feed modes (G01, G02, G03...

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    4290-E P-91SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION18.Library Program RegistrationEeoemm1o5039A library program is registered when executing a subprogram or a G code macro in the MDI mode orfor executing a program that contains subprogram call command in method S large volume opera-tion.The NC reads subpr...

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    4290-E P-92SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION18-1. Registering a library programEeoemm1o5040The procedure below shows the procedure for registering a library program.Procedure :1 Select [F1] (REGIS.) from the pop-up function menu.The LIBRARY PROGRAM REGISTRATION window is displayed.Fig.5-23 LIBRARY ...

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    4290-E P-93SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION18-2. Erasing a library programEeoemm1o5041Procedure :1 Select a library program to be erased in the LIBRARY PROGRAM window.2 Select [F2] (ERASE).The message for confirmation is displayed. When YES is selected, the selected library pro-gram is erased.18-3...

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    4290-E P-94SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION19.Editing Selected Program19-1. Quick Edit FunctionEeoemm1o5057OutlineThe Quick Edit function allows you to edit a part program with the cursor located in the pointer line ofthe program running in the automatic operation mode or located in the alarm dete...

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    4290-E P-95SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION[Supplement]1) The function key [F6] (QUICK EDIT) is valid only in the automatic operation mode. The functionkey indication is shaded off in MDI or manual operation mode.2) The function key [F6] (QUICK EDIT) is also selectable in the normal editting mode....

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    4290-E P-96SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION19-2. Editing the Main ProgramEeoemm1o5055In the automatic operation mode, editing operation for currently selected main program can be car-ried out. Preparatory procedure for editing operation of the selected program is as follows:Procedure :1 Press the ...

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    4290-E P-97SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION20.Operation End Lamp (Option)Eeoemm1o5045The operation end lamp lights at the end of operation if a checkmark is put at OPERATION ENDLAMP IS MADE EFECTIVE of machine user parameter (INDICATING LAMP).The operation end lamp lights when the following condit...

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    4290-E P-98SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION24.Work Counter (Option)Eeoemm1o5049The counter operates to increase the counter data at the execution ofmachining end signal (M02, M30). Counting range is 0 to 99999 (6 digits).The counter has the reset function.RESET000000

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    4290-E P-99SECTION 5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION25.Hour Meter (Option)25-1. POWER ON TIME Hour Meter Eeoemm1o5050The hour meter accumulates the NC power ON time.Counting range is 0 to 9999.9 hours25-2. NC RUNNING TIME Hour Meter Eeoemm1o5051The hour meter accumulates the RUN indicating lamp ON time.Cou...

  • Page 115

    4290-E P-100SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAYSECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAYEeoemm1o6001This section describes major screen displays of NC operation panel in the operation mode (manual,MDI, and automatic).The following screens are displayed by selection from the DISPLAY CH...

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    4290-E P-101SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAYThe screen items are described below:X Y Z (A B C)Indicates the axis (additional axis) names. For the axis con-trolled by the mirror image function, “-” sign is put before the axis name.ACT POSIIndicates the actual position of the curre...

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    4290-E P-102SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY1-1-1. Information WindowEeoemm1o6003Select [F3] (LOAD ON/OFF) and [F4] (ANIMATION ON/OFF). Load information appears in the pop-up window. Then, press the extension key and select [F5] (TOOL ON/OFF).Tool information appears in the pop-up wi...

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    4290-E P-103SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY1-2.ACTUAL POSITION display screen 2/4 (RELATIVE ACTUAL POSI-TION display screen)Eeoemm1o6004Fig.6-4 ACTUAL POSITION Display Screen 2/4EIOEMM1O6024R01Each item displayed in the screen is the same as that in the ACTUAL POSITION display scree...

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    4290-E P-104SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY1-2-2. Method of setting reference position for relative actual position Eeoemm1o6006The reference position for relative actual position can be set in the following procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F2] (ACT POSI ENLARGE) from the functi...

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    4290-E P-105SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY[Supplement]1) Input range of position setting is as follows:Linear axis ..... -99999.999 to +99999.999mm(In case of inch unit system, convert an input value inside the NC to mm and then checkthe range described above.)Rotary axis ..... -99...

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    4290-E P-106SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY1-3.ACTUAL POSITION display screen 3/4 (Detail display screen)Eeoemm1o6007Fig.6-6 ACTUAL POSITION display screen 3/4EIOEMM1O6026R01The screen items are described below:X Y Z Axis namesACT POSI (WORK)Indicates the actual position in the work...

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    4290-E P-107SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY1-4.ACTUAL POSITION display screen 4/4Eeoemm1o6008Fig.6-7 ACTUAL POSITION display screen 4/4EIOEMM1O6027R01The screen items are described below:X Y Z Axis namesMIRROR IMAGEIndicates the current ON/OFF state of the mirror image func-tion.ACT...

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    4290-E P-108SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY2.Main Program Display2-1.Main program display screen with machine conditionsEeoemm1o6009Fig.6-8 Main Program Display Screen with Machine ConditionsEIOEMM1O6028R01The screen items are described below:[Supplement]CURRENT MAIN/SUB PRO-GRAMDis...

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    4290-E P-109SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY2-2.Main program display screen with subprogramEeoemm1o6010Fig.6-9 Main Program Display Screen with SubprogramEIOEMM1O6029R01The screen items are described below:READ MAIN PROGRAMDisplays the main program source.X Y ZAxis namesACT POSIIndic...

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    4290-E P-110SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY2-3.Main program display screen with valid G/M codeEeoemm1o6011Fig.6-10 Main Program Display Screen with Valid G/M CodeEIOEMM1O6030R01The screen items are described below:CURRENT MAIN/SUB PRO-GRAMDisplays the main (or sub) program source.X ...

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    4290-E P-111SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY3.Schedule Program Display3-1.Schedule program display screen with machine conditionsEeoemm1o6012Fig.6-11 Schedule Program Display Screen with Machine ConditionsEIOEMM1O6031R01The screen items are described below:SCHEDULE PROGRAMDisplays th...

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    4290-E P-112SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY3-2.Schedule program display screen with main programEeoemm1o6013Fig.6-12 Schedule Program Display Screen with Main ProgramEIOEMM1O6032R01The screen items are described below:SCHEDULE PROGRAMDisplays schedule program source.X Y Z Axis names...

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    4290-E P-113SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY4.MDI Program DisplayEeoemm1o6014Fig.6-13 MDI Program Display ScreenEIOEMM1O6033R01The screen items are described below:CURRENTDisplays the currently executed input data.BUFFERDisplays the input data stored in the buffer.X Y ZAxis names ACT...

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    4290-E P-114SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY5.Block Data DisplayEeoemm1o6016Fig.6-14 Block Data (Current) Display ScreenEIOEMM1O6036R01The block data display screen has four screens (1/4 to 4/4): Current, Next, Next But One, Next ButTwo.The following information is displayed in the N...

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    4290-E P-115SECTION 6 NC OPERATION PANEL/SCREEN DISPLAY(1) Items of one block data(2) Currently executed data itemII command valueJJ command valueKK command valueFF command valueFdFeed command value (0.001mm/6.4ms)FtF command value during dwellF1Feedrate (F1 digit command)SSpindle rpm command v...

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    4290-E P-116SECTION 7 HELP FUNCTIONSECTION 7 HELP FUNCTIONEeoemm1o7001The help function is used when any alarms occur or if there are any questions about operation orprogramming.The NC takes the alarm condition and currently selected mode into account to display appropriatehelp information (gui...

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    4290-E P-117SECTION 7 HELP FUNCTION1.Help ScreenEeoemm1o7002When the HELP key is pressed, the following HELP screen is displayed (in the automatic operationmode).Fig.7-1 HELP ScreenEIOEMM1O7003r01The area from “A. Selecting Main Program” to “T. Quick Edit” is referred to as “Help Info...

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    4290-E P-118SECTION 7 HELP FUNCTION1-1.Operation with the function menuEeoemm1o7003The function menu is displayed in all help screens.Fig.7-2 HELP Screen Function MenuEIOEMM1O7004r01The description of each function menu is as follows:• [F1] (OPERATION)Displays the CONTENTS screen for NC opera...

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    4290-E P-119SECTION 7 HELP FUNCTION2.The Head CONTENTS Screen of POCKETMANUALEeoemm1o7009The POCKETMANUAL has information of various operation guide, program guide, lists of alarms,and so forth. Such information is displayed by selecting (or searching) the item in order from thehead CONTENTS sc...

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    4290-E P-120SECTION 7 HELP FUNCTION3.SearchEeoemm1o7010The HELP function allows you to search guidance information by inputting alarm No., G code, andM code, system variable, and mnemonic code. The searching procedure is described below.Procedure :1 Selects [F5] (SEARCH) in the function menu or...

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    4290-E P-121SECTION 7 HELP FUNCTION4.Terminating the HELP ScreenEeoemm1o7007Terminate the HELP screen by either of the following two methods:• Press the HELP key while displaying the HELP screen.The HELP screen is terminated and it returns to the previous screen displayed prior to theHELP scr...

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    DATA OPERATION

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    4290-E P-122SECTION 1 DATA SETTING MODESSECTION 1 DATA SETTING MODES1.Guide to ModesEeoemm1d1001The data setting operations of this NC unit are performed in the following four modes:(1) Zero set modeIn this mode, zero offset data of a work coordinate system is set.(2) Tool data modeIn this mode...

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    4290-E P-123SECTION 2 ZERO SETTINGSECTION 2 ZERO SETTING1.Work Coordinate System Zero PointEeoemm1d2001The zero point of a work coordinate system indicates the origin of a work coordinate system refer-enced to the zero point of the machine coordinate system.20 sets of a work coordinate system c...

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    4290-E P-124SECTION 2 ZERO SETTINGThe function menu displayed on the PROGRAM ZERO screen contains the following six items:The basic procedure for zero offset setting (setting the origin of a work coordinate system) is as fol-lows.Procedure :1 Press the (ZERO SET) mode selection key.The indicat...

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    4290-E P-125SECTION 2 ZERO SETTING2-2.Other Operations2-2-1. Data Input/Output OperationEeoemm1d2003This NC has the data input/output function for transferring and entering various parameters. Thisdata input/output function is used to transfer the zero point data, tool data, and various paramet...

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    4290-E P-126SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTINGSECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTINGEeoemm1d3001The tool offset function is provided to compensate for differences in tool tip positions by tool types.The tool offset function includes the tool length offset function and the cutter radius compensationfunction.As th...

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    4290-E P-127SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTINGThe TOOL OFFSET/COMPENSATION screen displays the tool length offset data and cutter radiuscompensation data setting table and the actual position data of the selected tool.The function menu displayed on the TOOL OFFSET/COMPENSATION screen contains the foll...

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    4290-E P-128SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING3 Using [F1] (SET), [F2] (ADD), or [F3] (CAL) in the function menu, input the tool length offset orcutter radius compensation data.When a numerical value is input after selecting a menu item, the value is displayed in the bufferfield.(a) When the tool offs...

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    4290-E P-129SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING1-2.Other Operations1-2-1. Data Input/Output OperationEeoemm1d3003This NC has the data input/output function for transferring and entering various parameters. Thisdata input/output function is used to transfer the zero point data, tool data, and various pa...

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    4290-E P-130SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING2.Tool ShapeEeoemm1d3005In the tool data setting mode, management of tool shape is possible by displaying the TOOL SHAPEDEFINITION screen.To display and set tool shape data on the TOOL SHAPE DEFINITION screen, follow the procedurebelow.Procedure :1 Press t...

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    4290-E P-131SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING3 Select TOOL SHAPE DEFINITION from the DISPLAY CHANGE pop-up window.Fig.3-3 TOOL SHAPE DEFINITION ScreenEIOEMM1D3017R014 Input a tool number using the [F1] (SET) function.Select [F1] (SET) from the function menu, input a tool number and press the (WRITE)...

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    4290-E P-132SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTINGNew registration of tool shapeTo register tool shape newly, display the TOOL SHAPE DEFINITION screen with UNDEFINITIONwindow by inputting an unregistered tool number, then follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Move the cursor to “TOOL NAME” and selec...

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    4290-E P-133SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING3.ATC Pot Number/Tool Number CorrespondenceEeoemm1d3010In the tool data setting mode, it is possible to manage the ATC pot numbers and the tool numbersfor the memory random ATC (ATC for the machines such as vertical machining centers that requirerelatively...

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    4290-E P-134SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING2 Select [F8] (DISPLAY CHANGE) from the function menu.The DISPLAY CHANGE pop-up window is displayed.Fig.3-5 DISPLAY CHANGE Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D3016R013 Select POT NO./TOOL NO. TABLE (MEMORY-RANDOM) screen from the DISPLAYCHANGE pop-up window and select [F...

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    4290-E P-135SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING4 In the Pot No./Tool No. setting table (MEMORY-RANDOM), select the pot number (POT) forwhich a tool number should be set by the cursor keys and select [F1] (SET) from the functionmenu.The SET pop-up window is displayed.Fig.3-7 SET Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D302...

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    4290-E P-136SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING[Supplement]CAUTION1) The allowable maximum pot number is the tool storage capacity of the magazine.The allowable maximum tool number is the number to tool offset pairs.2) If an attempt is made to set a tool number for a pot where a dummy tool is set, an e...

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    4290-E P-137SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING3-2.ATC with Fixed Addresses (Including Multi-magazine)Eeoemm1d3012The ATC system selects the tools stored in the tool magazine according to the set tool number.Therefore, the tool numbers must always correspond with the pot numbers. Like the memory-random...

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    4290-E P-138SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING3 Select POT NO./TOOL NO. TABLE (FIXED ADDRESS) screen from the DISPLAY CHANGEpop-up window and select [F8] (CLOSE) from the function menu.The DISPLAY CHANGE pop-up window closes and the POT NO./TOOL NO. TABLE (FIXEDADDRESS) screen is displayed. This scree...

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    4290-E P-139SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING4 In the POT NO./TOOL NO. TABLE (FIXED ADDRESS), select the pot number (POT) for whicha tool number should be set by the cursor keys and select [F1] (SET) from the function menu.The SET pop-up window is displayed.Fig.3-10 SET pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D3023R01Th...

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    4290-E P-140SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING[Supplement]CAUTION1) The allowable maximum pot number is the tool storage capacity of the magazine. Theallowable maximum tool number is the number of the tool offset data pairs.2) If an attempt is made to set a tool number where a dummy tool is set, am er...

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    4290-E P-141SECTION 3 TOOL DATA SETTING3-3.Collective clear (TOOL CANCEL) and collective setting (TOOL SET)Eeoemm1d3009It is possible to clear the correspondence between pot numbers and tool numbers collectively. Col-lective setting of the correspondence between pot numbers and tool numbers is ...

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    4290-E P-142SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGSECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING1.Types of ParameterEeoemm1d4072The NC parameters are classified into the types listed below. Each type of parameter has its ownsetting screen.• Common variables• User parameter• G/M code macro• System parameters• Home ...

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    4290-E P-143SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING2.Basic Parameter Setting Operations2-1.Parameter Setting ScreensEeoemm1d4002Parameters are set on the relevant PARAMETER setting screen, which can be displayed afterpressing the (PARAMETER) mode selection key to establish the parameter setting mode.To di...

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    4290-E P-144SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING2-2.Setting Parameters2-2-1. Selecting the Input FieldEeoemm1d4003Input fields for specific parameters can be selected by the following methods.• Selection using the cursor keysPressing the up/down/left/right cursor keys shifts the focus of input area se...

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    4290-E P-145SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING(2) Selection using the “check mark” in the function menuFor parameter settings that are made by assigning or not assigning a check mark (for example,bit settings), use the “check mark” item at the [F1] position in the function menu.On selecting th...

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    4290-E P-146SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING2-3.Other Operations2-3-1. Back Up OperationEeoemm1d4007When parameter data is set, the set data is stored in memory after elapse of a preset interval.Therefore, if the power is turned off immediately after setting data, the existing parameter data maynot ...

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    4290-E P-147SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING2-3-3. Selecting the Parameter Screen DisplayEeoemm1d4009Since there are many parameter setting screens, it is not always possible to select the required onefrom the DISPLAY CHANGE pop-up window quickly. If this is a problem, it is possible to designatethe...

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    4290-E P-148SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING2-3-4. Data Input/Output OperationEeoemm1d4010This NC has the data input/output function for transferring and entering various parameters. Thisdata input/output function is used to transfer the zero point data, tool data, and various parameterdata set in t...

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    4290-E P-149SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3.SETTING THE PARAMETERS3-1.General Parameters3-1-1. Common VariablesEeoemm1d4011In the standard specification there are 200 common variables numbered VC1 to VC200. Optionally,the number can be increased up to 1000.The applications of the variables can be ...

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    4290-E P-150SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGN PROGRAM LIMIT (MACHINE)Sets the soft-limit (software-controlled travel end limit) in the negative direction. The user can set thedesired value for this parameter. The set value is displayed in the machine coordinate system. Validin the G22 mode.G60 OVERR...

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    4290-E P-151SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-1-4. System ParametersEeoemm1d4073The SYSTEM PARAMETER screen displays the following parameters.CAUTIONP TRAVEL LIMITSets the positive direction travel end limit in the machine coordinate system.[Supplement]N TRAVEL LIMITSets the negative direction trave...

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    4290-E P-152SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPITCH ERROR COMPENSATIONSets the range where ball screw pitch errors are compensated for. This setting is made in themachine coordinate system in both the positive (P) and negative (N) directions to define the bound-ary of the range.Normally, the values ar...

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    4290-E P-153SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGSWL HD POSITION (FRONT)Sets the front position of the horizontal spindle in reference to the vertical spindle position of theMCM-B spindlehead.AWL HD POSITION (LEFT)Sets the left position of the horizontal spindle in reference to the vertical spindle posit...

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    4290-E P-154SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGENCODER OFFSETSets the amount for offsetting the zero-cross point of the position encoder.P TRAVEL LIMIT 2Sets the second travel limit in the positive direction in the machine coordinate system.(This setting can be used when the second travel limit is vali...

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    4290-E P-155SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGN INDUCTOSYN RANGESets the effective range of the Inductosyn in the negative direction of a linear axis. The setting ismade in the machine coordinate system.NOTICEInitial Setting ValueSetting RangeSetting Unit0-999999.999 to +999999.999Selected unit system...

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    4290-E P-156SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPITCH COMP SPAN [1/1000 mm]Sets an interval between points where pitch error compensation data are set.NUMBER OF PITCH POINTSSets the total number of points where pitch error compensation data are set for the individual axes.NOTICEInitial Setting ValueSett...

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    4290-E P-157SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-1-5. Home PositionEeoemm1d4015The HOME POSITION screen displays the following parameters.HOME POSITIONWhen G30 is specified or if a home position return command is given externally, the specified axisreturns to the home position. The HOME POSITION parame...

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    4290-E P-158SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGHOME POSITION 4Sets the order in which the axes move to home position 4.HOME POSITION 5Sets the order in which the axes move to home position 5.HOME POSITION 6Sets the order in which the axes move to home position 6.HOME POSITION 7Sets the order in which t...

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    4290-E P-159SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGHOME POSITION 10Sets the order in which the axes move to home position 10.Setting0:No axis movement1:The axis moving first2:The axis moving second3:The axis moving thirdNOTICEInitial Setting ValueSetting RangeDepends on the machine specification.0 to 3When...

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    4290-E P-160SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-1-7. Machine Axis DataEeoemm1d4017P TRAVEL LIMITSets the positive direction travel end limit in the machine coordinate system.N TRAVEL LIMITSets the negative direction travel end limit in the machine coordinate system.IN-POSITIONSets the value used for c...

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    4290-E P-161SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGBACKLASHSets the backlash compensation amount.OVERRUN AMT.Sets the distance an axis moves beyond the target point in the uni-directional positioning.OFFSET nSets universal data to be used for the individual axes.Initial Setting ValueSetting RangeSetting Un...

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    4290-E P-162SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-1-8. Pitch Error CompensationEeoemm1d4018Ball screws have their own pitch-to-pitch errors. Pitch error compensation data are set to compen-sate for such errors.Continuous setting of pitch error compensation dataSelect [F5] (SERIES SET) from the function ...

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    4290-E P-163SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2.NC Optional ParametersEeoemm1d4020NC optional parameter consists of three types depending on the data length. They are NC optionalparameter (long word), NC optional parameter (word), and NC optional parameter (bit). To facilitatesetting and checking th...

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    4290-E P-164SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-1. Input Unit SystemEeoemm1d4021The INPUT UNIT SYSTEM screen displays the following parameters.LENGTH UNIT SYSTEMSets the unit system of length by selecting from “mm” and “inch” (optional).REAL NUMBERSets whether or not the decimal point positi...

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    4290-E P-165SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-2. Uni-directional PositioningEeoemm1d4022The UNI-DIRECTIONAL POSITIONING screen displays the following parameters.G60 OVERRUN AMOUNTSets the distance an axis overruns the target point when positioning is executed in the uni-direc-tional positioning mo...

  • Page 182

    4290-E P-166SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-3. Fixed CycleEeoemm1d4023The FIXED CYCLE screen displays the following parameters.RETRACTION IN G73 CYCLE (HIGH-SPEED DEEP HOLE) OR G83 CYCLE (DEEPHOLE) WITH I, J COMMANDSets the value of “d” in the illustration below for a G73 cycle.In the G73 cy...

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    4290-E P-167SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGRETRACTION POSITIONING FROM LEVEL “R” TO WORK IN G83 CYCLE (DEEPHOLE)Sets the value of “d” in the illustration below for G83 cycle.In the first cutting-in operation in the G83 cycle, the cycle axis is fed into a workpiece by the cut-indepth set for...

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    4290-E P-168SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGCYCLE AXISFor the execution of a fixed cycle, the axis not included in the designated plane is defined as a cycleaxis.The parameter sets whether or not the cycle axis is fixed at the Z-axis.SHIFT DIRECTION AND AXIS IN G76, G87Sets the direction and axis of...

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    4290-E P-169SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-4. Cutter Radius CompensationEeoemm1d4024The cutter radius compensation parameters are listed in 2 pages, 1/2 and 2/2. Use the PAGE keysto change the display page.The CUTTER R COMPENSATION screen displays the following parameters.Page 1/2Eeoemm1d4090CO...

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    4290-E P-170SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 2/2Eeoemm1d4091CUTTER RADIUS COMPENSATION CORNER OVERRIDESets deceleration rate “r”, inside corner judgment angle θ, “Le”, and “Ls” as shown in the illustrationbelow.EIOEMM1D4036r01Initial setting value and setting range of the parameters...

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    4290-E P-171SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGSTARTING POINT DECELERATING DISTANCE COMP lsDECELERATING RATE FOR COMP. ARC'S INTERNAL OVERRIDE rEIOEMM1D4037r01In the cutter radius compensation mode, the feedrate is usually controlled so that the feedrate alongthe tool path will be the specified feedrat...

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    4290-E P-172SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-5. Circular InterpolationEeoemm1d4025The CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION screen displays the following parameters.ARC CHECK DATA (DIFFERENCE BETWEEN START AND END)At the execution of a circular interpolation command, an alarm occurs if the difference between th...

  • Page 189

    4290-E P-173SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-6. Auto Set at NC Reset and Power ONEeoemm1d4026The parameters related with auto reset function at NC reset /power ON are listed in 2 pages, 1/2and 2/2. Use the PAGE keys to change the display page.The AUTO SET AT NC RESET/POWER ON screen displays the ...

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    4290-E P-174SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING(EVERY MINUTE FEED/rev FEED)Chooses the G code automatically for feedrate unit when the power is turned on from between G94(mm/min) and G95 (mm/rev).(PROGRAMMABLE STROKE LIMIT)Chooses the G code automatically set for programmable travel limit when the powe...

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    4290-E P-175SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-7. Geometry Enlargement / Reduction (Optional)Eeoemm1d4027The GEOMETRY ENLARGEMENT/REDUCTION screen displays the following parameters.GEOMETRY ENLARGEMENT/REDUCTION X, Y, ZSets whether or not a geometry is enlarged/reduced on each axis.3-2-8. Axis Comm...

  • Page 192

    4290-E P-176SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGA3. CARRIES OUT A TAPE TV CHECKSelects whether or not tape TV check is executed.[Supplement]A4. SETS NEW LINE FOR TAPE PUNCH IN ISOSelects the carrier return code for punching tape in the ISO code.A5. SETS A TAPE DELIMITING CODESelects the code that is rec...

  • Page 193

    4290-E P-177SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGA7. PROGRAM OPERATION FILE NAME PUNCHSelects whether or not a file name is output with a program.A8. ZERO, TOOL, PARAMETER FILE NAME PUNCHSelects whether or not a file name is output with a parameter file.A9. TAPE FEEDSelects whether or not tape feed is ou...

  • Page 194

    4290-E P-178SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 2/3Eeoemm1d4095A11. SETS TAPE CODE EIA “=”Sets the code that represents “=” in the EIA code.This parameter is used to set the code to be output when the key that should be used as the “=”symbol key is pressed. The data must be set taking a...

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    4290-E P-179SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGA18. SETS IRREGULAR REPLACE CODESets a regular code.When outputting, the NC replaces the characters set here with the irregular codes set at A17. SETSIRREGULAR TAPE CODE. Such replacement, however, will not take place if no check mark is set.A19. INPUT PNO...

  • Page 196

    4290-E P-180SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 3/3Eeoemm1d4096DEVICE NAME OF PROGRAM OPERATION, ZERO, TOOL DATA, PARAMETERSets a device name.[Supplement]B1. BAUD RATE (BPS)Sets the baud rate for outputting the data to a punch through theRS232C interface.The selectable baud rates are shown in the t...

  • Page 197

    4290-E P-181SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGB5. READY WAITING TIME (BUSY TIME)An error occurs if the connected device does not get ready within the set period.B6. FLOW CONTROL[Supplement]B7. SETS THE DELAY TIME UNTIL RS SWITCHES OFFThis is a delay timer to turn OFF the RS signal at the normal or abn...

  • Page 198

    4290-E P-182SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGB10. DC3 WHEN READ/VERIFY FINISHEDIn communication under DC code control, DC3 is not sent after inputting null data at the end of datainput and verification initiated by RS232C or DATA IN/OUT command.[Supplement]CAUTIONInitial Setting ValueDOESThis paramet...

  • Page 199

    4290-E P-183SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-10. Output of Gauging ResultsEeoemm1d4075The parameters related with gauging output are as follows:OUTPUT FUNCTION IS MADE EFFECTIVESelects whether the print command to an external device is valid or invalid.DESIGNATION OF OUTPUT DEVICE NAMESelects th...

  • Page 200

    4290-E P-184SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGFLOW CONTROLRefer to the communication method described in SECTION 6, 6-4. Connection with External Device.READY WAITING TIMESets the wait time until the RS232C channel 0 becomes active. If the channel remains inactive afterelapse of the set time, an alarm...

  • Page 201

    4290-E P-185SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-11. READ/WRITE GET/PUTEeoemm1d4076The PARAMETER screens display the following parameters.DEVICE TO BE SETSelects a device name of the objective external equipment.[Supplement]* It is possible to select the above CN numbers for the other function as lon...

  • Page 202

    4290-E P-186SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGREADY WAITING TIMESets the wait time until the RS232C channel 0 becomes active. If the channel remains inactive afterelapse of the set time, an alarm occurs.DELIMITING CODESelects how to judge a tape delimiting code.PROGRAM UNITThe results of setting at ...

  • Page 203

    4290-E P-187SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-12. BackupEeoemm1d4032The BACKUP screen displays the following parameter.BACKUP WHEN M02 OR M30 IS EXECUTED.Selects whether or not backup processing is executed when M02 or M30 is executed.3-2-13. Synchronized Tapping (Optional)Eeoemm1d4077The SYNCHRON...

  • Page 204

    4290-E P-188SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGIN-POSITION CHECK VALUE (SYNC. TAP)Sets the in-position check value for the spindle (C-axis).SPINDLE RATED VALUE (SYNC. TAP)Sets the continuous rating of the spindle motor. (The value to be set varies depending on the motor capacity.)RETURN SPEED OVERRIDE ...

  • Page 205

    4290-E P-189SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGTORQUE LOW FOR SYNCHRONIZED TAPPING• NUMBER OF TORQUE OVER TIMEAn alarm occurs if the spindle torque exceeds the threshold value (monitor reference value)continuously for “6.4 × n” (msec) while tapping torque is monitored. This parameter sets theval...

  • Page 206

    4290-E P-190SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-14. Operation Related ParametersEeoemm1d4034The OPERATING RELATION PARAMETER screen displays the following parameters.CYCLE START AT THE SETTINGIt is possible to start the cycle operation after changing the mode from automatic operation to a set-ting m...

  • Page 207

    4290-E P-191SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGSCHEDULE P-SELECT WHILE FILE IS BEING ACCESSEDSelects the level of alarm that occurs if a program selection is attempted in background while a file isbeing accessed.RUNNING METHOD OF MAIN PROGRAMSelects the program running method adopted when a program is ...

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    4290-E P-192SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-16. Mirror ImageEeoemm1d4036The MIRROR IMAGE screen displays the following parameters.LOCAL/WORK COORDINATE SYSTEM SELECTSets the coordinate system in which the mirror image function is turned on.AT AN NC RESET, CLEARS THE G62 MIRROR IMAGES FOR ALL AXE...

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    4290-E P-193SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-2-18. NC Optional Parameter (Long Word, Word, Bit)Eeoemm1d4038Some of NC optional parameters (long word, word, bit) are common to the setting for the individualfunction parameter setting screens. Therefore, among the items described in the table blow, fo...

  • Page 210

    4290-E P-194SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3.Machine User Parameter3-3-1. CoolantEeoemm1d4039The machine user parameters for coolant are listed in three pages from 1/3 to 3/3. Use the PAGEkeys to change the screen page.The COOLANT screen displays the following parameters.Page 1/3Eeoemm1d4097[COOL...

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    4290-E P-195SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING[CHIP WASH] SW IS ACTIVESets the availability (ON / OFF) of the chip wash coolant switch specification.[WATER GUN] SW IS ACTIVESets the availability (ON / OFF) of the water gun switch specification.[SPINDLE THROUGH AIR BLOW] SW IS ACTIVESets the availabili...

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    4290-E P-196SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 2/3Eeoemm1d4098M09 DOESN'T TURN OFF THE COOLANTSelects whether or not “Coolant ON (M08)” is not turned off by the execution of “Coolant group OFF(M09)”.M09 DOESN'T TURN OFF THE OIL HOLE LOW PRESSURESelects whether or not “Low-pressure oil ho...

  • Page 213

    4290-E P-197SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGM00/M01 DOESN'T TURN OFF SPINDLE / COOLANT GROUPSelects whether or not the execution of “Program stop (M00)” or “Optional stop (M01)” does not stopthe spindle nor turn off coolant group.OIL MIST TIMESets the mist ON time for oil mist supply cycle.C...

  • Page 214

    4290-E P-198SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-2. Power Save / ShutdownEeoemm1d4040The POWER SAVE/SHUTDOWN screen displays the following parameters.[POWER SAVE] IS MADE INEFFECTIVESelects ON/OFF for the power save function.[POWER SAVE] IS MADE INEFFECTIVE DURING M00/M01Selects ON/OFF for the power ...

  • Page 215

    4290-E P-199SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-3. TimerEeoemm1d4041The TIMER screen shows the following parameters.THE 2ND TIMER, COUNTING SPINDLE ROTATION PERIODSets the function for the 2nd timer - counts the spindle rotating time.THE 2ND TIMER, CUTTING NC OPERATION PERIODSets the function for th...

  • Page 216

    4290-E P-200SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGTHE 2ND TIMER, CUTTING Selects whether the 2nd timer is set to “CUTTING”.THE 3RD TIMER, CUTTING Selects whether the 3rd timer is set to “CUTTING”.Initial SettingNo check markInitial SettingNo check mark

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    4290-E P-201SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-4. Indicating LampEeoemm1d4078The machine user parameter for indicating lamp are listed in two pages from 1/2 to 2/2.Use the PAGE keys to change the screen page.INDICATING LAMP screen displays the following parameters.Page 1/2Eeoemm1d4100THE 3RD LAMP (...

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    4290-E P-202SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGOPERATION END LAMP IS MADE EFFECTIVESelects ON/OFF for the operation end lamp.IT IS TURNED ON WITHOUT S-BLK OFF CONDITIONSelects whether or not the single block OFF is excluded (made invalid) from the conditions for turn-ing on the operation end lamp.IT IS...

  • Page 219

    4290-E P-203SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 2/2Eeoemm1d4101ALARM LAMP IS TURNED ON WITH ALARM D OCCURSSets whether or not the occurrence of alarm D is added to the conditions for turning on the alarmlamp.ALARM LAMP IS NOT TURNED ON WITH ALARM C OCCURSSets whether or not the occurrence of alarm ...

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    4290-E P-204SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-5. BuzzerEeoemm1d4043The BUZZER screen displays the following parameters.OPERATION END BUZZER IS MADE EFFECTIVESelects ON/OFF for the operation end buzzer.BUZZER SOUNDS WITHOUT S-BLK OFF CONDITIONSelects whether or not the single block OFF is excluded ...

  • Page 221

    4290-E P-205SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-6. SpindleEeoemm1d4044The SPINDLE screen displays the following parameters.SPINDLE STOPS WHEN AN ALARM OF LEVEL B OCCURSSelects whether or not the spindle stops at the occurrence of level B alarm.THE MINIMUM OF [S] IS THE MINIMUM SPEED OF MOTORSets whe...

  • Page 222

    4290-E P-206SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-7. ATC / Tool ChangeEeoemm1d4079The ATC/TOOL EXCHANGE screen displays the following parameters.INDEXING MAGAZINE BY ADVANCES ONE STEPSets if the magazine index is carried out in one-step advance operation.EXCHANGE ANGULAR ATTACHMENT TOOL WITH M06Sets i...

  • Page 223

    4290-E P-207SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGATC EXCHANGE RANGE (CROSSRAIL MINUS SLIDE)Sets the negative direction WA-axis position of the ATC enabled range.ATC EXCHANGE RANGE (CROSSRAIL PLUS SLIDE)Sets the positive direction WA-axis position of the ATC enabled range.TOOL EXCHANGE ARM SPEEDInitial Se...

  • Page 224

    4290-E P-208SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-8. MagazineEeoemm1d4080The MAGAZINE screen displays the following parameters.[TOOL EXIST] INTERLOCK IS MADE INEFFECTIVESets whether or not the interlock condition, tool existing in the magazine, is made invalid.IT DOES NOT STEP ATC WHEN [MANUAL INT.] I...

  • Page 225

    4290-E P-209SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-9. External M CodeEeoemm1d4047The EXTERNAL M CODE screen displays the following parameters.M181 IS EXECUTED AFTER COMPLETION POSITIONINGSelects whether or not execution of external M command (M181) is made valid after the completionof positioning.M182 ...

  • Page 226

    4290-E P-210SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-10. External Operation MonitorEeoemm1d4048The EXTERNAL OPERATION MONITOR screen displays the following parameters.ADD [AUTO MODE] TO OUTPUT CONDITIONSSelects if “automatic operation mode” is added to the conditions for the activation of the externa...

  • Page 227

    4290-E P-211SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-11. Door InterlockEeoemm1d4049The DOOR INTERLOCK screen displays the following parameters.SPINDLE ROTATION IS CONTINUEDSelects whether or not the spindle continues rotating when the operator’s door interlock is ON.SPINDLE ALLOWABLE REVOLUTIONSets the...

  • Page 228

    4290-E P-212SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-13. System Check ModeEeoemm1d4051The SYSTEM CHECK MODE screen displays the following parameters.SYSTEM CHECK MODESets the machine axis test number.AUTOMATIC SETTING CROSS RAIL POSITIONING POINTSelects whether or not crossrail positioning points are set...

  • Page 229

    4290-E P-213SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-15. Chuck, Work Sit, TailstockEeoemm1d4081The machine user parameters for chuck, work sit, and tailstock are listed in two pages from 1/2 to 2/2. Use the PAGE keys to change the display page.The CHUCK, SIT CONFIRMATION, TAILSTOCK screen displays the fo...

  • Page 230

    4290-E P-214SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGWORK SEATED CONFIRMATION TIMERSets the length of time to check if the workpiece is correctly clamped. Correct workpiece clamp isrecognized when the workpiece correct clamp signal stays on continuously for the time set for thisparameter.WORK SEATED AIR IS O...

  • Page 231

    4290-E P-215SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 2/2Eeoemm1d4103MC: STOP WATCHING WORK SITSelects whether or not the workpiece correct clamp monitor is turned off if the correct workpiececlamp confirmation alarm lamp at the machine side is lit. (Correct workpiece clamp detection specification, with ...

  • Page 232

    4290-E P-216SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGTAILSTOCK CLAMP/UNCLAMP DEVICE USEDSets whether or not the tailstock spindle clamp device is used.TAILSTOCK CLAM CONFIRMATION TIMERSets the time the NC regards tailstock spindle clamp operation has completed after the tailstockspindle clamp signal was turn...

  • Page 233

    4290-E P-217SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-16. Axis Interlock (Optional)Eeoemm1d4054The AXIS INTERLOCK screen displays the following parameters.X-AXIS INTERLOCK CONDITION IS MADE EQUAL TO Y, Z-AXISSets whether or not the Y/Z-axis interlock conditions are also applied as the X-axis interlock con...

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    4290-E P-218SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-18. Additional AxisEeoemm1d4056The ADDITIONAL AXIS screen displays the following parameters.A-AXIS:M COMMAND (CLAMP, UNCLAMP) IS MADE ACTIVESelects whether or not M commands are used for clamping / unclamping the A-axis instead of auto-matic clamp / un...

  • Page 235

    4290-E P-219SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-19. Cross RailEeoemm1d4057The CROSS RAIL screen displays the following parameters.CROSS AC VERTICAL TRAVEL STOP TIMERUsed for uni-directional positioning of the crossrail.The setting for the parameter is valid for the crossrail AC motor vertical positi...

  • Page 236

    4290-E P-220SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-20. Robot and Loader I/FEeoemm1d4082The ROBOT LOADER I/F screen displays the following parameters.ROBOT LOADER I/F IS MADE TYPE-BSelects the type B interface for the robot/loader interface type D specification. If “OFF” is set, type Cinterface is s...

  • Page 237

    4290-E P-221SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGROBOT ALARM IS MADE ALARM-C Sets the alarm level for robot related alarms. Setting “ON” sets alarm level C and setting “OFF”alarm level A.AUTOMATIC POWER SHUTDOWN MC ALONECYCLE STOP REQUEST SIGNAL IS B-CONTACT CYCLE START BUTTON I/L IS MADE INEFFEC...

  • Page 238

    4290-E P-222SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-3-21. Special SpecificationEeoemm1d4059The SPECIAL SPECIFICATION screen displays the following parameters.PARAMETER BIT (n)Parameter bit for user's special specification.PARAMETER WORD (n)Parameter word for user's special specification.PARAMETER LONG WOR...

  • Page 239

    4290-E P-223SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-4.Machine System Parameter3-4-1. SpindlePage 1/2Eeoemm1d4083The SPINDLE screen displays the following parameters.SPINDLE OSCILATE REVOLUTIONSets the spindle oscillation speed applied for changing the spindle gears.SPINDLE OSCILATE FREQUENCYSets the delay...

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    4290-E P-224SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGSPINDLE ORIENT POSITIONSets the offset amount for spindle orientation.SPINDLE ORIENT POSITION FOR SWIVEL HEADSets the offset amount for spindle orientation carried out when the swivel head or attachment isindexedAT-B SPINDLE ORIENT POSITIONSets the offset ...

  • Page 241

    4290-E P-225SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPage 2/2Eeoemm1d4104The SPINDLE screen page 2 displays the following parameters.OIL AIR LUBRICATION OUTPUT PERIOD3-4-2. ATCEeoemm1d4061The ATC screen displays the following parameters.ATC SEQUENCE NO.Sets the ATC operation sequence number.ATC ARM A/B MODES...

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    4290-E P-226SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-4-3. APCEeoemm1d4084The APC screen displays the following parameters.APC SEQUENCE NO.Sets the APC operation sequence number.PALLET A/B MODESelects the pallet mode (A, B).0: B mode1: A modeAPC AIR BLOW OUTPUT TIMESets the duration for which the APC cleani...

  • Page 243

    4290-E P-227SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTINGPALLET AIR BLOW TIMER (UP)PALLET AIR BLOW TIMER (DOWN)3-4-4. AACEeoemm1d4063The AAC screen displays the following parameters.AAC SEQUENCE NO.Sets the AAC operation sequence number.AAC CROSS POSITIONSets the crossrail position when carrying out the AAC oper...

  • Page 244

    4290-E P-228SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-4-5. Home PositionEeoemm1d4064The machine system parameter for home position are listed in three pages from 1/3 to 3/3.Use the PAGE keys to change the screen page.The HOME POSITION screen displays the following parameters.Page 1/3 to 2/3Eeoemm1d4105AUTOM...

  • Page 245

    4290-E P-229SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-4-7. Power SequenceEeoemm1d4066The POWER SEQUENCE screen displays the following parameters.COMPULSORY POWER SHUTDOWN DELAY TIMERSets the delay timer to forcibly shut down the power even if the power shutdown conditions are notsatisfied.OPERATION POWER SH...

  • Page 246

    4290-E P-230SECTION 4 PARAMETER SETTING3-4-10. ATC Arm Torque LimiterEeoemm1d4069The ATC ARM TORQUE LIMITER screen displays the following parameters.DEGREE, LIMITERThe maximum output torque of the tool change arm motor can be set by cam angles as the torquelimit. The maximum motor torque (LIMIT...

  • Page 247

    4290-E P-231SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTIONSECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTIONEeoemm1d5006This NC has the parameter I/O function for inputting or outputting various set data. The parameter I/O function is used to transfer the zero-point data, tool data, and the other parame-ter data from the NC t...

  • Page 248

    4290-E P-232SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-1.InputEeoemm1d5003The procedure for inputting various setting data is as follows.(1) Select [F1] (INPUT) from the PARAMETER INPUT/OUTPUT pop-up function menu.The INPUT pop-up window is displayed.Fig.5-2 INPUT Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D5008R01(2) Select...

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    4290-E P-233SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-2.OutputEeoemm1d5008The procedure for outputting various setting data is as follows:(1) Select [F2] (OUTPUT) from the DATA IN/OUT operation pop-up function menu.The OUTPUT pop-up window is displayed.Fig.5-3 OUTPUT Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D5009R01(2) Sel...

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    4290-E P-234SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION(6) Select the tape code.Select the character code for outputting.Move the cursor to the tape code selection area and select the character code.To select the device, select the [F2] (NEXT) from the pop-up function menu. The character codechanges each ...

  • Page 251

    4290-E P-235SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION(9) Select whether or not Q number is specified.Move the cursor to the input area “APPOINT A Q NO.” and select whether or not Q number isspecified. To select the device, select the [F2] (NEXT) from the pop-up function menu. Presence andabsence of ...

  • Page 252

    4290-E P-236SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION*ISO and EIA as well as ASCII code can be used for the character codes.However, only the ASCII code is used for the sector device (MD, FD).Large groupMedium groupNo.PRange of No.QRemarksZero-pointZero-point offset value1001 to 200Max. Q number conform...

  • Page 253

    4290-E P-237SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION(10) Specify whether to perform punching continuously.The check mark appears and disappears alternately each time you press [F2] (NEXT) in thepop-up function menu. When the check mark is selected, this window appears again after normal termination of ...

  • Page 254

    4290-E P-238SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-3.VerifyEeoemm1d5005The verifying operation procedure of various setting data is as follows.(1) Select [F3] (VERIFY) from the DATA IN/OUT operation pop-up function menu.The VERIFY pop-up window is displayed.Fig.5-5 VERIFY Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D5011R0...

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    4290-E P-239SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION(4) Specify the allowable range for the verifying operation.Positive integer can only be specified as allowable range. The number of up to 8 digits can beentered. The initial value is “0”.The values specified in the allowable range are given diffe...

  • Page 256

    4290-E P-240SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION(5) Select [F7] (OK).Data set in the VERIFY pop-up window is input. (This is not reflected on existing parameters.)The PROGRESS OF VERIFY pop-up window is displayed to indicate the progress of verifica-tion. If there are any comments and so forth in t...

  • Page 257

    4290-E P-241SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-4.Correspondence between Q Numbers and ParametersEeoemm1d5009Parameter names that correspond to Q numbers are as follows:1-4-1. System parameters (P400)Eeoemm1d50101-4-2. User parameters (P410)Eeoemm1d5011[Q number][Description of parameters]1.2.3.4...

  • Page 258

    4290-E P-242SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-4-3. Screw pitch compensation (600)Eeoemm1d50121-4-4. DNC-B communication parameter byte (900)Eeoemm1d5013The following parameter values are represented with 8 bits.1-4-5. Counting NC operation time (P910)Eeoemm1d5014[Q number][Description of parame...

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    4290-E P-243SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-4-6. Setting NC operation time (P911)Eeoemm1d50151-4-7. Counting by NC work counter (P920)Eeoemm1d50161-4-8. Setting NC work counter (P921)Eeoemm1d5017[Q number][Description of parameters]1.2.3.4.5.Power ON time (set)NC start time (set)Spindle rotat...

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    4290-E P-244SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-5.Tape Format1-5-1. RS232CEeoemm1d5018The parameter input/output function uses the following tape format for RS232C.EIOEMM1D5012R01The P number represents the large classification while the Q number represents the middle classifi-cation.Specify the ...

  • Page 261

    4290-E P-245SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTION1-6.Supplementary Explanation of Parameter Input/Output FunctionEeoemm1d5020The parameter input/output function of OSP-E100M/E10M allows you to use CSV format forcomma-separation as an output format as described in the examples below:Parameter Output ...

  • Page 262

    4290-E P-246SECTION 5 PARAMETER I/O FUNCTIONProcedure :1 Write data using the Save or Save As button of the table calculation software.2 When saving a file, select CSV or Comma Delimited as a file type. The file name must be OSP-formatted (see below).File name in OSP format:(An alphabet) + (Max...

  • Page 263

    4290-E P-247SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONSSECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS1.Basic Screen in the Program Operation ModeEeoemm1d6001There are two screens in the program operation mode: the DIRECTORY screen on which programfile operations are performed, and the PROGRAM EDITING screen on which program so...

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    4290-E P-248SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONSDetails on the information displayed on the screen are given below.• The data table can be scrolled either with the page keys or with the up/down cursor keys.• If the file name of a directory is displayed in the data table (DOS (FAT) file format), the...

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    4290-E P-249SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS1-2-1. Single/double file editing screensEeoemm1d6005Fig.6-3 Single/Double File Editing ScreensEIOEMM1D6083R01• The program source data can be scrolled by using the page keys or with the up/down cursorkeys.EDIT/LIST (title bar)Indicates the active mode....

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    4290-E P-250SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS1-2-2. Function MenuEeoemm1d6091The contents of the function menus displayed on the PROGRAM EDITING screen are identical forthe single file editing screen and the double file editing screen. However, the menu differs depend-ing on the selected editing mod...

  • Page 267

    4290-E P-251SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS1-2-3. Normal Editing Mode/Direct Editing ModeEeoemm1d6007There are two file editing modes: normal editing mode and direct editing mode. The “normal editingmode” is the mode in which the entire program source is read into the editing memory. This maya...

  • Page 268

    4290-E P-252SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2.Program File OperationsEeoemm1d6008This section describes the operations that relate to program files.Program file operations can be classified into the following eight basic types:• Changing the directory display• Creating a new file• Displaying ...

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    4290-E P-253SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-1-1. Changing the DeviceEeoemm1d6092(1) Changing device to MD1Select [F1] (MD1) from the DIR DISPLAY pop-up function menu to change the device of whichdirectory is to be displayed to MD1 and close the DIR DISPLAY pop-up function menu.(2) Changing device...

  • Page 270

    4290-E P-254SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-1-2. Changing the Displayed FilesEeoemm1d6011Select [F2] (FILE NAME) from the DIR DISPLAY pop-up function menu to display the pop-up win-dow for file name pattern.Fig.6-7 FILE NAME PATTERN CHANGE Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D6086R01When the required file type i...

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    4290-E P-255SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-1-3. Sorting FilesEeoemm1d6093Select [F3] (SORT) from the DIR DISPLAY pop-up function menu to display the pop-up functionmenu for file sorting.Fig.6-8 File Sorting Pop-up Function MenuEIOEMM1D6087R01Procedure :1 When [F1] (FILE NAME) is selected, the da...

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    4290-E P-256SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-1-4. Specifying a File NameEeoemm1d6013When a new program is created or the file operation is carried out, a file name may directly beentered to specify a file.When the file is entered, an extension name can be omitted.However, the files of which extens...

  • Page 273

    4290-E P-257SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-2.Creating a New FileEeoemm1d6014To create a new file, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F3] (NEW FILE).The NEW FILE pop-up window is displayed.Fig.6-9 NEW FILE Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D6088R01If the One-touch IGF-XM is selected, the NEW FILE ...

  • Page 274

    4290-E P-258SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-3.Displaying a Program SourceEeoemm1d6015To display the program source for any desired file, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select the desired file on the DIRECTORY screen.2 Select [F4] (LIST) from the function menu.The program source of the se...

  • Page 275

    4290-E P-259SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-4.Copying a FileEeoemm1d6016The file copy operation copies any desired file to another device.To copy a file, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select the file to be copied on the DIRECTORY screen2 Select [F5] (COPY) from the function menu.The COP...

  • Page 276

    4290-E P-260SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS[Supplement]2-4-1. Types of Copy ProcessingEeoemm1d6017The classification of copy processing changes according to the scheme shown below depending onthe combination of the device format (OSP, DOS (FAT)) and file attributes (sequential, contiguous,sequenti...

  • Page 277

    4290-E P-261SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-5.Renaming a FileEeoemm1d6018The file rename operation assigns a different file name to any specified file.To rename a file, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select the file whose name is to be changed on the DIRECTORY screen.2 Select [F6] (RENAM...

  • Page 278

    4290-E P-262SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-6.Deleting a FileEeoemm1d6019The file delete operation deletes any desired file.To delete a file, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select the file to be deleted on the DIRECTORY screen.2 Select [F7] (DELETE) from the function menu.A pop-up window...

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    4290-E P-263SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-7.Protecting a FileEeoemm1d6020The file protect operation protects, or cancels the protection of a file from rewriting, modification, ordeletion.To protect a file, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select any desired file from the DIRECTORY screen...

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    4290-E P-264SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-8.File OperationsEeoemm1d6021There are the following file operations:• File copy• File rename• File delete• File protect/unprotect• File verifyThe difference between the file copy, file rename, file protect, and file delete operations and the ...

  • Page 281

    4290-E P-265SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-8-1. File Copy OperationEeoemm1d6022To execute the “file copy” file operation, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select [F1] (COPY) from the file operation pop-up function menu.The COPY pop-up window for file input/output processing is display...

  • Page 282

    4290-E P-266SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Input the copy source file nameAfter completing the operation in step 2), press the up/down cursor keys to move the cursorbetween the input areas. When the cursor is moved to the file name input area, the pop-upfunction menu display changes as follows.E...

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    4290-E P-267SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS8 Select [F7] (OK).Copy processing is performed according to the settings made in the COPY pop-up window.If the CONFIRMATION check box was checked in step 6), the confirmation message is dis-played immediately before copying a file.[Supplement]Types of co...

  • Page 284

    4290-E P-268SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-8-2. "File Rename" File OperationEeoemm1d6023To execute the “file rename” file operation, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select [F2] (RENAME) from the file operation pop-up function menu. The RENAME pop-upwindow is displayed.Fig.6...

  • Page 285

    4290-E P-269SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Input the file name before the change.After completing the operation in step 2), press the up/down cursor keys to move the cursor tothe file name input area. When the cursor is moved to the file name input area, the pop-upfunction menu display changes a...

  • Page 286

    4290-E P-270SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-8-3. "File Protect/Unprotect" File OperationEeoemm1d6024To execute the “file protect/unprotect” file operation, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select [F4] (PROTECT/UNPROT.) from the file operation pop-up function menu. The PRO-TEC...

  • Page 287

    4290-E P-271SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Input the file name.After completing the operation in step 2), press the up/down cursor keys to move the cursor tothe file name input area. When the cursor is moved to the file name input area, the pop-upfunction menu display changes as follows.EIOEMM1D...

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    4290-E P-272SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-8-4. "File Delete" File OperationEeoemm1d6025To execute the “file delete” file operation, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select [F3] (DELETE) from the file operation pop-up function menu.The DELETE pop-up window is displayed.Fig.6...

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    4290-E P-273SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Input the file name.After completing the operation in step 2), press the up/down cursor keys to move the cursor tothe file name input areas. When the cursor is moved to the file name input area, the pop-upfunction menu display changes as follows.EIOEMM1...

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    4290-E P-274SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2-8-5. "File Verify" File OperationEeoemm1d6026To execute the “file verify” file operation, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select [F5] (VERIFY) from the file operation pop-up function menu.The VERIFY pop-up window is displayed.Fig.6...

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    4290-E P-275SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Input the file name of the verification source file.After completing the operation in step 2), press the up/down cursor keys to move the cursor tothe file name input area. When the cursor is moved to the file name input area, the pop-upfunction menu dis...

  • Page 292

    4290-E P-276SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONSIf, after verification, the two files are found to match perfectly, the message “THE SAME DATA.” isdisplayed. If there is a mismatch between the contents of the files, the program source data thatdoes not match is displayed in the VERIFY RESULT pop-up...

  • Page 293

    4290-E P-277SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3.Program Editing OperationsEeoemm1d6072This section describes operations relating to program editing. In order to edit a program, it must first be read into the editing memory (in the normal editing mode)or the file to be edited must be opened (in the di...

  • Page 294

    4290-E P-278SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Select [F2] (FILE OPEN) from the function menu.The single file editing screen is displayed, and the program source of the selected file is dis-played in the program source display area.Fig.6-22 PROGRAM EDITING ScreenEIOEMM1D6107R01[Supplement]1) The fol...

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    4290-E P-279SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-1.CopyEeoemm1d6028This operation copies the specified program lines into the cut buffer (temporary storage area).To copy, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Move the cursor to the beginning of the first line in the program source that is to be copi...

  • Page 296

    4290-E P-280SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-2.DeleteEeoemm1d6029This operation deletes the specified program lines. The deleted lines are stored in the cut buffer(temporary storage area).To delete, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Move the cursor to the beginning of the first line in the p...

  • Page 297

    4290-E P-281SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-3.PasteEeoemm1d6030The paste operation inserts the data stored in the cut buffer (lines previously copied or deleted) atthe specified program line.To paste, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Move the cursor to the line below the position where the...

  • Page 298

    4290-E P-282SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-5.1 Character DeleteEeoemm1d6094Deletes the character where the cursor is located.To delete a required character, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Move the cursor to the character that you want to delete. Use the up/down and right/left cursorkey...

  • Page 299

    4290-E P-283SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-7.Another FileEeoemm1d6033The “another file” operation allows editing, creation, or display, of another file.When the “another file” operation is selected on the single file editing screen, the display changes tothe double file editing screen.Wh...

  • Page 300

    4290-E P-284SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2 Select the desired file name in the data table.Use the up/down cursor keys to select the file name.3 Select [F2] (FILE OPEN), [F3] (NEW FILE), or [F4] (LIST). For details on the correspondingoperations, see 3-7-1 “Editing Another File ([F2] (FILE OPEN...

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    4290-E P-285SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-7-2. Creating a New File ([F3 (NEW FILE))Eeoemm1d6035To create a new file using the “another file” operation, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F3] (NEW FILE) from the function menu.The NEW FILE pop-up window is displayed.2 Input the f...

  • Page 302

    4290-E P-286SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-8.FindEeoemm1d6037The “find” operation searches for any desired character string in the displayed program source.To execute “find”, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F1] (FIND/REPLACE) from the function menu of the PROGRAM EDITING ...

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    4290-E P-287SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Select [F6] (FIND) from the pop-up function menu of the FIND/REPLACE pop-up window. Thisstarts the search.If the double file editing screen is displayed, the search is conducted in the display area wherethe cursor is currently located.The search starts ...

  • Page 304

    4290-E P-288SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-9.ReplaceEeoemm1d6038The “replace” operation searches for any desired character string in the program source andreplaces it with a specified character string.To execute “replace”, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F1] (FIND/REPLACE...

  • Page 305

    4290-E P-289SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS4 Select [F7] (REPLACE) or [F7] (REPLACE ALL) from the pop-up function menu of the FIND/REPLACE pop-up window.If [F7] (REPLACE ALL) is not displayed, press the extension key to the right of [F8].When [F7] (REPLACE) is selected:The search starts from the c...

  • Page 306

    4290-E P-290SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-10. Line JumpEeoemm1d6039The “line jump” operation advances the cursor position by the specified number of lines.To execute line jump, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select [F2] (JUMP) from the function menu of the PROGRAM EDITING screen.If...

  • Page 307

    4290-E P-291SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3 Select [F5] (FORWARD), [F6] (BACK), or [F7] (TOP) from the pop-up function menu of theLINE JUMP pop-up window.The cursor position moves in accordance with the selected function.Details of the functions of these menu items are given below:[Supplement]On ...

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    4290-E P-292SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-11. Sequence No. ArrangeEeoemm1d6095Sequence numbers are reassigned without changing the program by specifying the startingsequence and increment.To arrange the sequence numbers, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select the function key [F3] (SEQ ...

  • Page 309

    4290-E P-293SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2 Enter the starting sequence in SEQUENCE NO. input box and the incremental value ofsequence numbers in the INCREMENT input box. Then, select [F7] (OK). The specifiedsequence numbers are assigned to the program blocks from the cursor-located line to the...

  • Page 310

    4290-E P-294SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-12. File InsertEeoemm1d6040The “file insert” operation inserts a program source in the single/double file editing screen at the cur-sor position in the currently displayed program source.To execute “file insert”, follow the procedure below.Proce...

  • Page 311

    4290-E P-295SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2 A pop-up function menu is displayed in association with the FILE ADD pop-up window.The items in this menu are explained below.3 To change the directory display in the data table, select the appropriate item from the pop-upfunction menu.4 Select the desi...

  • Page 312

    4290-E P-296SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-13. SaveEeoemm1d6041The “save” function saves in memory the data that is currently being edited in the normal editingmode.[Supplement]This function differs from QUIT in the program editing screen editing in that the editing mode contin-ues after the...

  • Page 313

    4290-E P-297SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-14. Quit / StopEeoemm1d6042The QUIT/STOP command terminates the currently edited or displayed processing, or temporarilystops the editing operation conducted in the normal editing mode.[Supplement]This temporary stop function differs from QUIT in the pr...

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    4290-E P-298SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-15. Select & QuitEeoemm1d6043The SELECT & QUIT command terminates the editing operation.If using the double file editing screen, the file in whose program source the cursor is currentlylocated is quit and the single file editing screen is displa...

  • Page 315

    4290-E P-299SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS3-16. Power Failure Measures in Direct Editing ModeEeoemm1d6044The measures to secure a file if power failure or shutdown occurs during editing in the direct editingmode are provided.[Supplement]3-16-1. Editing SymbolEeoemm1d6045If the power is shut off d...

  • Page 316

    4290-E P-300SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS4.Device Information OperationsEeoemm1d6048Device information can be confirmed in the DEVICE INFORMATION pop-up window, which is dis-played by selecting [F2] (DEVICE) from the function menu of the DIRECTORY screen.If DEVICE is not displayed, press the ext...

  • Page 317

    4290-E P-301SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS5.InitializationEeoemm1d6049Initialization reformats the required device, deletes all its data contents, and returns the device to itsinitial status.NOTICETo initialize a device, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F3] (INIT) from the pop-up f...

  • Page 318

    4290-E P-302SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS2 Select the device to be initialized.Select the [F2] (NEXT) from the pop-up function menu: repeatedly selecting this item displaysthe registered devices in order.Alternatively, select [F1] (MENU) to display the device list in a pop-up function menu, then...

  • Page 319

    4290-E P-303SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6.RS232CEeoemm1d6096This NC has the RS232C serial interface.The RS232C interface can be used to input, output, and verify external data.[Supplement]There are the following parameter related to the RS232C:• NC optional parameter (TAPE PUNCH IF)For detail...

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    4290-E P-304SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-1.Input/Output Operation6-1-1. InputEeoemm1d6097The input operation procedure from the RS232C is as follows:Procedure :1 Select [F4] (RS232C INPUT) from the function menu in the DIRECTORY screen.When the RS232C is not displayed, press the extension key ...

  • Page 321

    4290-E P-305SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6 Set ON/OFF for appending the input data to the file specified in the memory.After operating the step 5), press the [up/down] cursor keys to move the cursor to the checkbox. To append the input data, put a check mark. The check mark appears and disappear...

  • Page 322

    4290-E P-306SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-1-2. OutputEeoemm1d6098The output operation procedure from the tape puncher is as follows:Procedure :1 Select [F4] (RS232C) from the function menu in the DIRECTORY screen.When the RS232C is not displayed, press the extension key to the right of [F8].2 S...

  • Page 323

    4290-E P-307SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS4 Input a file name.After finishing the step 3), press the [up/down] cursor keys to move the cursor to the file nameinput area.When the cursor moves to the file name input area, the pop-up function menu is changed.When a file name is selected from the dir...

  • Page 324

    4290-E P-308SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-1-3. VerifyEeoemm1d6099The verifying operation procedure is as follows:Procedure :1 Select [F4] (RS232C) from the function menu in the DIRECTORY screen.When the RS232C is not displayed, press the extension key to the right of [F8].2 Select [F3] (VERIFY)...

  • Page 325

    4290-E P-309SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS4 Input a verify source file name.After operating the step 3), press the [up/down] cursor keys to move the cursor to the file nameinput area.When the cursor moves to the file name input area, the pop-up function menu is changed.When a file name is selecte...

  • Page 326

    4290-E P-310SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-2.Tape Format6-2-1. Input FormatEeoemm1d6054EIOEMM1D6129R01• The transmission data must begin with a "%" or "ER" code, and must also end with a "%" or"ER" code.If the data does not begin with either a "%&qu...

  • Page 327

    4290-E P-311SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-2-2. Output FormatEeoemm1d6077EIOEMM1D6132R01• When ISO code is used, the output will begin with a [CR LF] or [% LF] code. When EIA code isused, output will begin with a [ER CR] code.• The machining program data will be output following the Program...

  • Page 328

    4290-E P-312SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-3.Specifications for RS232C InterfaceEeoemm1d6079(1) Start-stop System This system sends a predetermined signal before and after each character. a) A character consists of the following data. EIOEMM1D6051r01(2) Baud Rate (BPS Baud)110, 330, 600, 1200, 2...

  • Page 329

    4290-E P-313SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS(7) Description of Signals[Supplement]Pin No.Signal nameSignal directionDescription1FG-Grounding for safety2SDOutputTransmitting data: Data line from the NC to an external device3RDInputReceiving data: Data line from an external device to the NC4RTSOutput...

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    4290-E P-314SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-4.Connection with External DeviceEeoemm1d6080The following are the communication methods and an example connection diagram between NCunit and external device. For details, refer to 6-4-1 and subsequent subsections.6-4-1. Communication methodsEeoemm1d608...

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    4290-E P-315SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-4-2. Cable ConnectionEeoemm1d6082The OSP control unit has an RS232C connector.Ex. EIOEMM1D6069R01Correspondence between Connector CH numbers and Device CN numberSelect the parameter setting mode and set the NC optional parameter (TAPE PUNCHER INTER-FACE...

  • Page 332

    4290-E P-316SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-4-3. Control with DC CodesEeoemm1d6101The NC outputs DC control codes to control data transfer. The control with DC codes is made effec-tive by setting the RS232C communication parameter “B6. Flow control” on the Optional Parameter(TAPE PUNCHER INTE...

  • Page 333

    4290-E P-317SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS(1) Timing chart for inputWhen the external device becomes ready to send data and the OSP's input or verify function isactivated, the NC starts data reading according to the following timing chart.EIOEMM1D6080R01a) The CNC system sends a DC1 code. b) Upon...

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    4290-E P-318SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS(2) Timing chart for output When the external device becomes ready to receive data and the OSP's output function is acti-vated, the NC starts data output according to the following timing chart.EIOEMM1D6081R01a) The NC sends DC2 code. b) If the NC's CS si...

  • Page 335

    4290-E P-319SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS6-4-4. RS/CS ControlEeoemm1d6102Both NC unit and external device execute data transfer through RS/CS signal cable under the hard-ware flow control. To establish RS/CS control, select RS/CS at "B6. Flow control" in page 3/3(RS232C parameter) of t...

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    4290-E P-320SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONSTime chart for inputEeoemm1d6103<When you activate the OSP's input or verify function to start reading and get the external deviceready to send data, the NC starts reading data according to the following timing chart.>EIOEMM1D6074R01(1) The external...

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    4290-E P-321SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONSTiming chart for outputEeoemm1d6104<When the external device becomes ready to receive data and the OSP's output function is acti-vated, the NC starts data transfer according to the following timing chart.>EIOEMM1D6075R01(1) The NC starts data transf...

  • Page 338

    4290-E P-322SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7.Preference Setting OperationsEeoemm1d6106There are seven preference settings as shown below:(1) DATE/TIMESet the current date and time.(2) FILE PATTERNSet the correspondence between file types and extension names.(3) FILE FORMATMake the necessary settin...

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    4290-E P-323SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7-1.Date/TimeEeoemm1d6064To execute date/time setting, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F1] (DATE/TIME) from the PREF SETTING pop-up function menu. The DATE/TIMEpop-up window is displayed.Fig.6-39 DATE/TIME Pop-up WindowEIOEMM1D6120R012 Ent...

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    4290-E P-324SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7-2.File PatternEeoemm1d6065To execute file pattern setting, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F2] (FILE PATTERN) from the PREF SETTING pop-up function menu. The FILE PAT-TERN pop-up window is displayed.Fig.6-40 FILE PATTERN Pop-up WindowEIO...

  • Page 341

    4290-E P-325SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7-3.File FormatEeoemm1d6066File format setting sets the type of DOS (FAT) file when AUTO is selected as the file attribute for afile copy operation (copying a DOS (FAT) device file to an OSP device).To execute file format setting, follow the procedure bel...

  • Page 342

    4290-E P-326SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7-4.SortEeoemm1d6107The sort function allows you to set the sorting order in which programs are displayed in the directoryafter the power is supplied.To set the sorting order, follow the procedure below.Procedure :1 Select the function key [F4] (SORT) fro...

  • Page 343

    4290-E P-327SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7-5.% Code OperationEeoemm1d6067The % code operation determines how to process the % code when a file copy is executed betweenDOS (FAT) device and OSP device.Select the % code operation following the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F5] (% CODE OPERAT...

  • Page 344

    4290-E P-328SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7-6.Edit Mode PropertyEeoemm1d6068Editing mode setting sets the editing mode when carrying out file editing.To execute the editing mode setting, follow the procedure below:Procedure :1 Select [F6] (EDIT PROPERTY) from the PREF SETTING pop-up function menu...

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    4290-E P-329SECTION 6 PROGRAM OPERATIONS7-7.Display PropertyEeoemm1d6069The display property setting determines the background color of the screen for file editing. Withchange of background color, the character color also changes. The editing screen image can bechecked in the pop-up window. Set...

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    APPENDIX

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    4290-E P-330SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURESSECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES1.Optional ParameterEeoemm1a1021NC Optional Parameter (Long Word)No.DescriptionDefaultSetting RangeRef. Screen1Retraction in G73 cycle (high-speed deep hole)5000 to 10000(µm)CRetraction in G83 cycle (deep hole)(Retraction amount s...

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    4290-E P-331SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES16Spindle IN-P check value(IN-POSITION CHECK FOR SYNCH. TAPPING)Depends on machine specifica-tion.1 to 359999(1/1000 deg)or1 to 3599999(1/10000 deg)K17Spindle index angle at rapid feedrate50001 to 359999(1/1000deg)or1 to 3599999(1/10000 deg)K18Tolerance for...

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    4290-E P-332SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES37Approach position0-99999999 to+99999999(µm)38Travel width at pick operation0-99999999 to+99999999(µm)41Upper limit feedrate value2000000 to 200000(mm/min)43Minimum gaging tool length for automatic tool length offset/breakage detection601 to 999(mm)44Max...

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    4290-E P-333SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURESNC Optional Parameter (Word)No.DescriptionDefaultSetting RangeRef. Screen1Tape feed holes in punching(A10. Number of feed holes)6001 to 10000 (holes)I2Defaults of tape lengths in divided punching1801 to 300(mm)I34Decelerating ratio (r) of cutter radius comp...

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    4290-E P-334SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES27File read waiting time for channel 4 in DNC-B mode00 to 9999(sec)33Maximum allowable sets of screw pitch error compensation23042304(point)O*34Ready completion waiting time for RS232C channel 0101 to 9999(sec)I, P, Q*35Ready completion waiting time for RS2...

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    4290-E P-335SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES*46Designation of print data output external device name00 to 5PSettingDevice Name0TT: (CN0)[RS232C]1CN1:[RS232C]2CN2:[RS232C]3CN3:[RS232C]4CN4:[RS232C]5PR[Centronics]48Average number of sampling data sets for load display164 to 80 (times)50Synchronization ...

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    4290-E P-336SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES*103Designation of parameter punch out device00 to 11SettingDevice Name0TT: (CN0)1CN1: Channel 1, RS232C2CN2: Channel 2, RS232C3CN3: Channel 3, RS232C4CN4: Channel 4, RS232C5PP: Parallel punch6MD1: Memory disk7FD0: Channel 0, 3.5" FD interface8FD1: Cha...

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    4290-E P-337SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURESNC Optional Parameter (Bit)No.Bit No.Description (1) (0)DefaultRef. Screen10Sets tape code / (Automatic) recognition of tape codeBy the combination of setting for bit 0 and bit 1, the following status is set.Bit 0 = 0, Bit 1 = 0Read and verify: EIA codeAlar...

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    4290-E P-338SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES20During automatic operation with the single block ON, a block of a control statement such as IF, GOTO or CALL usually does not come to a stop until the next block is executed. This bit is intended to select a stop or a non- stop in the particular control s...

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    4290-E P-339SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES40Selects 0.001 deg or 0.0001 deg for angle unit system.0.0001 deg0.001 deg0A1Sets whether or not the part program selected when the power was turned off last is automati-cally selected when the automatic mode is established after the NC power is turned on....

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    4290-E P-340SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES60Enlarges/reduces the graph for the X-axis.DoesDoes not0G1Enlarges/reduces the graph for the Y-axis.DoesDoes not0G2Enlarges/reduces the graph for the Z-axisDoesDoes not0G3Enlarges/reduces the graph for the 4th-axis.DoesDoes not0G4Enlarges/reduces the graph...

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    4290-E P-341SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES90In data setting, unit system of length is either “inch” or “mm”.Inchmm0A1In data setting, unit is either minimum setting unit or 1 mm, 1 inch, 1 deg. and 1 sec.1mm, 1inch,1deg, 1secMinimum setting unit1A2In data setting, unit system of length is e...

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    4290-E P-342SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES1200102File name output for tape punch outNot punched Punched0I3End of record code for tape punch operation in ISO codeLFCR, LF0I4Code used for tape feed for tape punch opera-tionSpaceNULL0I5Specifies whether tape feed portion is punched. PunchedNot punched...

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    4290-E P-343SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES160010203Sets the level of alarm which occurs if a pro-gram is selected in the background mode while a file is being accessed.Alarm CAlarm D0L4Appends a symbol “<a” that indicates the range where editing is not guaranteed.AppendedNot appended05060701...

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    4290-E P-344SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES190One-directional positioning at a target point is carried out after an overrun is made against that point. It is possible to determine the final posi-tioning direction on an axis base. In other words, once the N-direction is established, N-direc-tional po...

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    4290-E P-345SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES22*0Stop bit of CN4: (RS232C)1 bit2 bit0I, P*1Ready signal of CN4: (RS232C)Internal READYExternal READY0*2Parity check of CN4: (RS232C)CheckedNot checked0I, P*3Parity of CN4: (RS232C)EvenOdd0I, P*48-bit JIS of CN4: (RS232C)8-bit JIS7-bit JIS0P*5DC code cont...

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    4290-E P-346SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES310Specifies the EIA code which represents “$”.PunchedNot punched0I1PunchedNot punched0I2PunchedNot punched0I3PunchedNot punched0I4PunchedNot punched0I5PunchedNot punched0I6PunchedNot punched0I7PunchedNot punched0I32001If even one axis is at the stroke ...

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    4290-E P-347SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES340Single block stop at point R level in the fixed cycle is effective.EffectiveIneffective0C1MOP-TOOL function is ineffective.IneffectiveEffective0*2Mirror image is effective for local coordinate sys-tem or work coordinate system.Work coordi-nate systemLoca...

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    4290-E P-348SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES370Synchronized operation, synchronization error correction mode inputONOFF01Synchronized operation, synchronized position shift amount settingPossibleNot possible02Semi-synchronized operation in DNC-BEffectiveIneffective03Function for fixing projection pla...

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    4290-E P-349SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES40*0CN0: Designation of master or slave station for RS232C IF channel (DC code)CN0: Use of RS/CS control in units of RS232C IF channelsSlave stationUsedMaster sta-tionNot used0I, P, Q*1CN1: Designation of master or slave station for RS232C IF channel (DC co...

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    4290-E P-350SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES41001Switches the polarity of spindle DA speed voltage command by the combination with the setting for bit 3.0203Switches the polarity of spindle DA speed volt-age command by the combination with the set-ting for bit 1. (See the table given in explanation f...

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    4290-E P-351SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES430DNC-B method, protocol AData at 41st to 44th byte of SAT and SET com-mand bit 001Data at 41st to 44th byte of SAT and SET com-mand bit 102Data at 41st to 44th byte of SAT and SET com-mand bit 203Data at 41st to 44th byte of SAT and SET com-mand bit 304Da...

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    4290-E P-352SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES460G00 linear interpolation positioning is carried out.YesNo01G60 linear interpolation positioning is carried out.YesNo02G30 linear interpolation positioning is carried out.YesNo03Liner interpolation positioning is carried out in home position movement by M...

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    4290-E P-353SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES500Specifies an irregular code.0I10I20I30I40I50I60I70I510Specifies a regular code (ISO code).0I10I20I30I40I50I60I70I540010203Input PNO one-time at parameter input/output function punch outputNot restricted to 1 timeRestricted to 1 time0I4Parameter input/out...

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    4290-E P-354SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES560010203040*5Special MTB model parameterSpecified modelModel not specified06Display of PLC data display, ladder diagram, and data trace screensDisplayedNot dis-played07Display of PLC check (run mode DTM screen) screenDisplayedNot dis-played059001The direct...

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    4290-E P-355SECTION 1 APPENDED FIGURES610Switches the contact type of the sensor inputs 1 (bit 0) to 8 (bit 7) between contact-A and con-tact-B.B-contactA-contact01B-contactA-contact02B-contactA-contact03B-contactA-contact04B-contactA-contact05B-contactA-contact06B-contactA-contact07B-contactA-...

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    LIST OF PUBLICATIONSPublication No.DateEdition4290-EJanuary 20002nd4290-E-R2October 20004th4290-E-R3January 20015th4290-E-R4August 20026thThis manual may be at variance with the actual product due to specification or design changes.Please also note that pecifications are subject to change without...

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