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    iCNC SYSTEMSOSP5020LOSP500L-GOPERATION MANUAL 0lth Edition)LOKUMAPublication No.3272-E-R4(January 1993)

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    CNC SYSTEMSOSP5020LOSP500L-GOPERATION MANUAL |11th Ediiion)LE32-003-R11

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    3272-E P-(i)SAFETYPRECAUTIONSSAFETY PRECAUTIONSThe machine is equipped with a variety of safetydevices designed to preventaccidents and injuriesfrom occurring. Still, operators mustuse the machine carefullyand learn not torelyon these safetydevices.This sectiondescribes the general safetyprecauti...

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    3272-E P-(ii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS3.GeneralChecks(1)Checkthe amountof lubricating oilevery day before startingoperation.(2)Always usethe specifiedbrand of lubricatingoil.(3)Use the recommended type of cutting fluid (coolant) whenpossible.(4)Change andreplenish the lubricating oil andcoolant ineach r...

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    3272-E P-(iii)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS5.Setup(DMake surethat setupis complete.Ifthe setup is changed, operatethe machine step-by-step tomakesure that cutting can beperformedwithout any problems.Before changingthe chuck and/orchuck jaws, make sure that the chuck fitsthe intendedjog.If twoor more workers...

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    3272-E P-(iv)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS8.Whena ProblemOccursStop themachine immediately by pressing theEMERGENCY STOP switchon the operationpanel.Consult with the person incharge of maintenance todetermine what correctivemeasures needto be taken.If twoormore workers mustwork together,establish signals so...

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    3272-E P-(v)SAFETY PRECAUTIONS10.SymbolsThis manualuses the following symbols toemphasize the items which mustbestrictly observed:REMARKS:Precaution inmachine operations.Default ofthis item affectsthe machining accuracy and smoothoperation.m©CAUTIONDefault ofthisitem maycause faulty machine oper...

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    3272-E P-(vi)TABLE OFCONTENTSTABLE OFCONTENTSPAGESAFETYPRECAUTIONSSECTION 1OUTLINE1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONS21. OSP5020L/OSP500L-G Specifications2SECTION 3OPERATION111. Basic Construction of OperationPanels172.Outlineof Controls onOperation Panels2-1.Controls on NC Operation Panel2-2.Machine Operat...

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    3272-EP-(vii)TABLE OF CONTENTSPAGE2.AVAILABLE OPERATIONSIN EDIT AUX MODE2-1.Transfer ofMain Program Data1581592-2.Edition ofMain Program Data2-2-1.2-2-2.2-2-3.175Fundamental Editing OperationApplication ofFundamental EditingOperationExtended Function of Editing1761891962-3.Other ProgramOperation ...

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    3272-E P-1-R1SECTION 1OUTLINEOUTLINESECTION 1TheOSP5020L/OSP500L-G is ahigh-performance numericalcontrol systemin which the basicandeffective functions available withOSP5000L/5000L-G seriescontrollers of world renown, havebeenfurtherup-graded. In addition, it features many newfunctions foreasiero...

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    3272-EP-2-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONSSECTION 2SPECIFICATIONS1.OSP5020L/OSP500L-G Specifications(1)Basic FunctionsO:StandardA:OptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem5020LControlX, Zsimultaneous 2-axiscontrol (Simultaneous4-axis control for 2S*), Linear andcircularinterpolation* 2S: Not applicable forOSP...

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    3272-E P-3-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONSO:StandardA:OptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem5020LAAInch/MetricswitchableInch ormetric system canbe set by parameter.Decimal pointdatainputData with adecimal point can be enteredforany input unit system; mm, 10 //m, 1 nm.OOFeed functionRapid feedrateX-axis: M...

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    3272-E P-4-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONSO:StandardAOptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem5020LSpindle DC motordriveSpindle VAC motor driveDirectspindle rpmcommand4-digitScommandOOConstant cuttingspeedcontrolMaintaining atspecified cuttingspeedsOOSpindle speedoverrideIn 50 to 200%rangeOOMax.spindle speed...

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    3272-E P-5-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONS(2)Operation FunctionsO:StandardA:OptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem5020LProgramselectionSelectsone ofthestored programs.Selectionby cursor fromdirectory page possibleOOSequence numbersearchCursor advances toa specifiedsequence in theselected program.OOSequenc...

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    3272-EP-6-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONS(3)Programming FunctionsO:StandardA:OptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem5020LMirror imageFunctions to simplifyprogramming for 2-turretmodelsOOProgrammed feedratecommandmm/min (IPM)or mm/rev(IPR)selection byGcodesOOProgrammed zerooffsetcommandZero offsetby G codes...

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    3272-EP-7-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONSO:StandardA:OptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem5020LToolnose radiuscompensation 2BAutomaticcorrection of toolnose radiuserrorson any straight/curved cutsAOLathe auto-programmingfunction (LAP4)Allows roughing and finishing cyclesin bar andcopy turning from final ...

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    3272-E P-8-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONS(4)Automation,PeripheralFunctionsO:StandardA:OptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem5020LData input/outputfunctionsAAFACIT punch (FACIT interface)Tapepunch/printinterface(cable length... 3 m)AAFACIT punch (RS232C)Okumapunch/printerPP-5001, PP-5002(RS232C)AAAACitize...

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    3272-E P-9-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONSO:StandardA :OptionalOSPOSPSOOL-GDescriptionItem5020LAutomation,peripheralfunctions (1)AAOperationend lampTurns onwhen M02, MOO, orM01 is executed.AATurns on when alarmtakes place.Alarm lampAAHour meterAccumulates time in which the NChas beenoperated in the M03...

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    3272-E P-10-R1SECTION 2SPECIFICATIONSO:StandardA:OptionalOSPOSP500L-GDescriptionItem502DLAutomation,peripheralfunctions (2)Cycle time reduction function:Simultaneous initiation ofaxis motion withspindle start/stopSimultaneous initiation ofaxis motion withturretindexFunctions tomeetusers’ needs ...

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    3272-E P-11SECTION 3OPERATIONSECTION 3OPERATIONPrior tothe detailed explanation onrespectiveoperations, the section contentsis outlinedasfollows:Machine operation proceduresare classified into three categories: “Manual Operation”, “MDIOperation”, and “Automatic Operation”.As prelimina...

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    3272-E P-12-R3SECTION 3OPERATIONI KeyCommand and FunctionCRT Display0— Display of the actual position datain enlarged_charactersI- PAGE--Simultaneousdisplayofactualpositiondata-and program— Actual position displaywith display ofmachine statusand load condition— Simultaneous display ofthe re...

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    3272-E P-13-R1SECTIONS OPERATIONCommand and FunctionKeyCRT Display(A) (B)ED NUMBERSearch of the specifiedSEARCHblock ofthe partprogram currentlyselected by turretselection (also possibleby locating the cursor)RESTARTSearch ofthe specifiedblock ofthe partprogram currentlyselected; the data up toth...

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    3272-E P-14-R3SECTION 3OPERATIONKeyCommand and FunctionCRT DisplaySETUsed to setnew data.F1Used toadd the data tothe currently storeddataADDF2ZEROSETCALUsed toinitiatecalculation so that theentered datawill be thesolution.00— Display of zero offset,zero point shift— Axial pitchThreading pitch...

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    3272-EP-15SECTION 3OPERATIONCommand and FunctionKeyCRT Display0 READPart program on apaper tape is storedinthe memory and thefile is preparedaccordingly.Part programs storedin the memory arepunchedon papertape.Contents ofthe partprogramon paper tapeand those stored in thememory are compared.The f...

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    3272-E P-16-R3SECTION 3OPERATIONCommand andFunctionKeyCRT Display(D)(C)0 FINDThe functionidenticalto[FI] (FIND)explainedabove.Replacesthe specifiedcharacter-string withanother specifiedcharacter-string.Deletes lines; thenumber ofthe lines tobe deleted canbespecified.Copies the datain thespecified...

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    3272-EP-17-R1SECTION 3OPERATION1.BasicConstruction of Operation PanelsTheoperation panelmainlyconsists ofthree panels:(1)NC Operation Panel (Common Panel)TheNC operation panel is used on all models.Equipped with a12-inch CRT (9-inch CRT for OSP500L-G) it is used forallNC operationsother than manu...

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    3272-EP-18SECTION 3OPERATION§Sosspn 00H]® 0000°.(g0 HH0H EBEB!-H P nmn1BHBMM0000 HBHDm0 0000Uyjiy0u 0 0000 00E0HH [ÿ0000 0000 !::mm QEyHHSCBrepMH3 c'9k@©@IBo@ISOf/ i@coIsV@o@2BIBISi@Sc3oloioO5ogr?s.*IIa|O Eio5go.1o

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    fNC-STATUS[B|[iB](LÿO]0000 00000000BH 0000000 000@0000RR,-MODE--NC OperationPanel(CommonPanel)\000000LFZJ0OKUMA05P500L-G(S][sm]jÿ|(Da,® 0S@BBSO&andS\/„ CONTnOLON/HESETf~i~] CYCLE STAMTmPULSE HANDLE-*MachineOperation Paneloo n-n00000SHOE JOT.-\fp] SLIDE HOLDO CONinOLOfF11mO\O XSESiS*\AV11...

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    3272-EP-20SECTION 3OPERATION2.Outline ofControls on Operation PanelsInthis section, anoutline ofthecontrols onthe NCoperation paneland themachine operationpanel is provided.Controls onNC Operation Panel2-1.(1)MANUALPress this MANUAL keywhen operatingthe machine manually, i.e., whenthe machineoper...

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    3272-E P-21-A3SECTION 3OPERATIONc)SLIDE HOLDTheSLIDE HOLD indicatinglamp goeson whenthe SLIDE HOLDbutton onthe machineoperation panel is pressed intheAUTOor MDImode.This lamp willalsocome on when the designatedcommands havebeen completed onone ofthe twosaddles while the othersaddle is placedin th...

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    3272-E P-22-A3SECTION 3OPERATIONStatusIndicatingLampCondition forONCondition for Blinking- TheSLIDE HOLDbutton has been pressed in theAUTO orMDI mode.- A block ofprogram commands has beenexecutedon one saddle while the other saddle isplaced inthe slide hold modewith the singleblock functionactiva...

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    3272-E P-23SECTION 3OPERATION(10)CRTThe CRT candisplay 64characters x 24lines.It shows actual position, partprogram, partprogram block, referencezero coordinates, tooloffset values, parameter data, alarm,andothers.The contentsofdisplayare determined bythe selected operation mode,active operation ...

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    3272-E P-24SECTION 3OPERATIONMachine Operation Panel2-2.Flat keys:Flat keyswith indicatinglampsFor flat keyswith indicating LED attheupper left corner, input statusismaintained byNC software.LED ON... InputONLED OFF.. InputOFFNote:Input status is notmaintained forthe INTERLOCK RELEASEkey.Flat key...

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    3272-E P-25-R1SECTION 3OPERATION(4)CYCLE STARTPress theCYCLE STARTbutton toinitiate machine operationsaccording tothe commands.(5)SLIDEHOLDPress the SLIDE HOLDbutton tostop axis movementsof X- and/orZ-axis, immediately. Toresume axis movements,press CYCLE START button.If the SLIDE HOLD pushbutton...

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    3272-E P-26-R2SECTION 3OPERATIONThe axis moveswhile any ofthe SLIDE JOG buttons ispressed.Setting ofthe FEEDRATEoverride dial is effective:X-axis.... 1,200mm/min at 100%setting (in radius)Z-axis.... 2,400mm/min at 100% setting(8)FEEDRATE(%) override dialThe FEEDRATE overridedial is used to modify...

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    3272-E P-27-R3SECTION 3OPERATION(10)TOOL INDEXPress the TOOL INDEX key torotate (index) the turretandselect thedesired tool position inmanual mode operation.For two-saddle or two-turret models, it isnecessary toselect the turret tobe indexed beforepressingthe TOOL INDEX key.To enable turret index...

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    3272-E P-28-R1SECTION 3OPERATION(12)SPINDLE SPEEDSpindle speed gear range is selected by pressing the keysindicated below in the manual operation mode.(only formodelswith spindle speed change gear mechanism)t4IEUTHALII ENCAGEWhen the NEUTRAL keyis pressed,the spindle isplaced inthe neutral statea...

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    3272-E P-29SECTION 3OPERATION(15)COOLANTThe COOLANT keysare used tocontrol the coolant supplycondition:COOLANTPSlfo]|AUTOJ(MANUALJAUTOand MANUALOFF. .Coolantis notsupplied irrespective oftheoperationmodeselected.Coolant is suppliedin any operation mode.Coolant ON/OFF iscontrolled by M codes in th...

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    3272-E P-30SECTION 3OPERATION(3)OPTIONALSTOPWhen theOPTIONAL STOP keyis pressed,the machine cycle, including spindle rotationandcoolant supply, stopsafterthe commands inthe block containing M01are completed.Theoperation canbe resumed by pressingtheCYCLE START pushbutton.(4)DRYRUNPressthe DRYRUN k...

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    3272-E P-31SECTION 3OPERATION(7)SEQUENCE RESTARTPress the SEQUENCE RESTART key to restartthe AUTOmode operation which has beeninterrupted due totool breakage orbecause of toolong machining cycle time, after resettingthe control. For details ofsequence restartoperation, refer tothe instructions in...

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    3272-E P-32-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONFundamentalMachine Operation ProcedureManual Operations3.3-1.NOlathes operatein three different modes: MANUAL,AUTO (stored part programs), andMDI.Thissection dealswith manualmachine operation procedure, whichwill provide youwiththe mostfundamental knowledge to oper...

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    3272-E P-33-R1SECTION 3OPERATION30minutes after that, thecontrol becomes ready tooperate andthe CRT displaychanges toNC operation data (actualposition,program, etc.).The servodrivecircuitand other control circuits are energized atthesame time.The CONTROL ON/RESET pushbutton alsoserves asthe RESET...

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    3272-E P-34SECTION 3OPERATION(2)StartingSpindle RotationTo preventhazards tooperatorand machine,carry outthefollowingsteps withoutworkpiece onthe machine.CAUTIONa)Checkwhether the allowablechuck speed is setatthe parameter.Theallowable chuck speed is indicated oneach individual chuck. If thespind...

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    3272-E P-35-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONc)Set the desiredspindle speed.Example: Toselect 1,000rpm.Procedure:1)Select the MDIoperation mode bypressingthe MDIkey.MODEnmsxmsma2)Press the function key[F3] (PART PROGRAM) and press the PAGE key repeatedlyuntil thepage shown below is displayed.MDIOPERATION0NPRO...

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    3272-E P-36-R1SECTION 3OPERATION4)TheCRT displaysthe data just keyed-in.(When theCYCLE STARTpushbutton is pressed,the data in theBUFFER column istransferred to the CURRENT column.)MDIOPERATIONN0PROGRAMUNIT 1mmMDICURRENTBUFFERM42S1G0QRTMDI-PR-IN M42S10Q8DATA(ACTUAL I PART| ELOCKINPUT| POSIT|PROGRA...

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    3272-E P-37SECTION 3OPERATIONd)Start spindle rotation.Procedure:1)Select the MANUALOPERATION mode bypressing the MANUALkey.MODE/92)Press theSPINDLE CW/CCW/JOG/STOP key on themachine operationpanel torotatethespindle.SPINDLE- CW keySTOP~\ftpSPINDLEccwCWeo =0eoPress the SPINDLE- CW key, and the spi...

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    3272-EP-38-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONNote 1:For spindle jogspeed setting, refer toSection 4, 3."Operation in ParameterMode”.While the chuck isopen, spindleCW/CCW operation is notpossible though spindlejogcan be performed.Thecommanded spindle speed can be overridden inthe range from 50 to200%usin...

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    3272-E P-39-R1SECTION 3OPERATION(3)Moving Turret©In order to preventaccidental collision ofthe turret, observe the fol¬lowing points carefully:Possibility ofcollision between the turretand the chuckPossibility ofcollision between theupper (A) andlower (B) turrets(formachine with two saddles)Tai...

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    3272-E P-40SECTION 3OPERATION- 2-saddle model (1-saddle model)+ XdirectionA-turret1ISHOE JOG+ Z direction— Z directiont-XdirectionOILd—X directionIB-turret+X directionA single-saddle model has only A-turret.2-turretmodelRear turret-Z directiontSLIDE JOG-X direction+Zdirection£tif+ X directio...

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    3272-E P-41SECTION 3OPERATION2)Select theaxis tomove and place themagnificationswitch inthe desiredposition.PULSE HANDLE+o3)Turret feedspeed variesin accordance with thepulse handle rotation speed.Magnifi¬cationMetricSystemInch System10/11/150/11/110/150/1Feed perdivision1/10001/1005/100mm(50//m...

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    3272-E P-42SECTION 3OPERATION(4)Indexing TurretWhen indexingthe turret, observe the followingpoint toassure safety in turretindex operation.©Make sure that noturret-mounted tool interfereswith thepowerchuck and tailstock (if installed).CAUTIONWhenthe turretismoved with the door open, analarmoccu...

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    3272-E P-43-R2SECTION 3OPERATIONPreparation ofMachine for OperationThe followingis adetailed explanation ofthenecessary stepsand precautions forsetting upthemachine.3-2.Tool Setting3-2-1.The optionalspecial tool setting caliper isused to settheindividual cutting tools andholders on themachine.Dat...

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    3272-E P-44SECTION 3OPERATION(1)ODTool Turreta)Standard ToolX, Z:Tool offsetvaluesA:Measured value4mWZZM.AA| 7~|(0.28)(1.18)30X= +2(A— 30)Z= A— 7b)Inverted ToolX:Same as for standard tool above1AAX= + 2(A— 30)X =— (A+7)Unit: mm (in.)

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    3272-E P-45SECTION 3OPERATION(2)OD TypeI ToolholderP-PV/////////M+PAAm35[30] (1.18)4 (0.16)(1.38)(0.12)X= 2(A -P 5)Z= A—3(3)OD TypeII Toolholder+-PMt////////,.m+\AAl~30l[~7~| (0.28)4 (0.16)50(1.96)(1.18)eX= 2(A+20)Z = A— 3Unit: mm (in.)

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    3272-EP-46SECTION 3OPERATION(4)IDToolholderX, Z:Tool offsetvaluesA:Measured valueStandard ToolInverted TooleuL(U0na_si<i<.]ictABflA4(0.16)BX= -2(A+C)X= -2(A+C)Z= B— A— 3Z= A+B-3(5)Boring BarStandard ToolJl-F=uyHiiII<bitiAB4 (0.16)X= -2 (A+C)Z = A+B-3(6)DrillSleeve0ITAX= 04 (0.16)Z= A...

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    3272-E P-47SECTION 3OPERATIONSetting Zero Offsets3-2-2.(1)What is ZeroOffset?Thecommon coordinate position from which acomplete program is made for aparticularcomponentis termed “zero point or program zero”.The programmingzero is located atthe fixed position (center ofthe spindle) on theX-axi...

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    3272-E P-48SECTION 3OPERATION(2)Relation between Machine Zero, Program Origin, ZeroOffset Value and Actual PositionShown below is the positional relationship betweenthe factorsinvolved inthe ZeroOffsetfunction:Machine zeroh/]iReference point formachining_Tool with tooloffsetsX= 0,Z = 0(program ze...

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    3272-EP-49-R2SECTION 3OPERATION(3)Setting ZeroOffsetValuesThere are threepossible cases for enteringzero offset values:a)Where zero offsetvaluesare unknown, asincuttingthe first workpiece forinstance.b)Where zero offsetvalues are known, asin cutting workpieces ofrepetitive lots.c)Where the stored...

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    3272-E P-50-R1SECTION 3OPERATION4)The CRT display isas shown below.oZEROSETNUNIT 1mmPage1BC-03* ZERO POINT»Z AX ATA0.00014GQ.0OO0.000ZEROOFFSETZERO SHIFTP£ICAL?......0FX12SETOFZITEMTITENlSETADDCALfFllfFTIfT31fF~6l[~F~yi fF~Bl5)Select the turret,either A- or B-turret (for two-saddle and two-turr...

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    3272-E P-51-R1SECTION 3OPERATION8)Key-in [1][0][0] through the keyboard.0HB 00000 043000-®000 L™s>/Press twotimes.ZEROSEToNPage1BC-Z4UNIT 1mm* ZERO POINT *Z AX ATZERO OFFSETZERO SHIFTA440.2300.0000.GCOA9!CAL1jkm90FX12ASETOFZSETADDCALITENTITEM1f~F~3l fFTlfF~6lf~F~7~l [~F~8l9)Press theWRITE k...

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    3272-E P-52-R1SECTION 3OPERATION10)TheCRT displays theresults ofcalculationor setvalue.ZEROSETPage1BC-32N0UNIT lmm* ZERO POINT *X AZ ATZERO OFFSETZEROSHIFTft440.2300.000ft0.000c«_io-0FX12SETOFZi100SETRODCfiLITEMTITEM!IF 1I[ F 2H F 3H F 4II F5H F 611 F 7 ]I F 8I11)This completes settingthezero of...

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    3272-EP-53SECTION 3OPERATIONWhen a toolwith tool offsetvalues is used to setthe zero offsetvalue:Thenumeral data tobeentered throughthe keyboard is the sum of “measured value”and “tool offsetvalue”.SettingValue= Measured Value + ToolOffset ValueExample:A toolwith atool offset value ofZ=...

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    3272-EP-54SECTION 3OPERATIONThe OSP5020L70SP500L-G has four different typesof display. They are;- Color graphicdisplay- Monochrome graphic display- Semi-graphic display- Monochrome character displayDisplay screens used in the explanation on the following pages assume the graphicdisplayscreens. If...

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    3272-E P-55-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONb)Wherethe zero offset value is known:To setzero offset value ofX-axis, proceed as follows:Example:Xo -Z0 = 1400.000450.230Procedure:1)Select the ZERO SET mode bypressing theZEROSET key.2)The CRTdisplay is as shown below.MODE/90ZEROSETHUNIT lmmPa3e1BO49* ZERO POINT...

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    3272-E P-56-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONZEROSETN0Pa3*1BC-ODUNIT 1mm* ZERO POINT *X AZ ATe.ooQZERO OFFSETZEROSHIFT1458.2260.GOOHICALf*-;0FX12SETOFZI-S450.23SETADDCft.ITENTITEM!I F 1lfF~2~ll F3HF4IIF5 IfF~6~1fFTlfF~8lWith the stepsindicated above, keyed-in zero offset value is stored in the zero offset are...

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    3272-E P-57-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONc)Where the stored zero offset value is tobe modified:Example:X0 = 450.230ZQ =1400.000tosubtract 10.000toadd 10.000Procedure:1)Select the ZERO SET mode by pressing theZERO SET key.MODEn2)With thecursor control keys,move thecursor tothe data column ZERO OFFSET-XA.mm...

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    3272-EP-58-R1SECTION 3OPERATION6)Press theWRITE key, and theCRT display changes as shown below.With theWRITE key pressed,the following calculation is performed in the control andtheresult is stored as theX-axis zero offset value.450.230+ (-10.000) = 440.230ZEROSETNP&9C1BC-23UNIT 1mm* ZERO POI...

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    3272-E P-59SECTION 3OPERATIONSettingTool Offsets3-2-3.(1)Whatis tooloffset?Asillustratedin the foregoing diagrams, the referencedimensions or datum positions forindividual cutting tools and holders have been predetermined foreach typeof turretmountedon the machine.Tools andholders are often mount...

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    3272-E P-60SECTION 3OPERATIONThetool paths ofthe tool are shownbelow:Tool path ofthe tool withtooloffset X= 0,Z= 0-<•— Toolpath ofthe tool withtool offset X=— 40.00,Z= 20.00I(079)20X+JCT)°fs//L.With the tool offsetvalues stored in thecontrol,compensation ofthe tool path isautomaticallym...

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    3272-E P-61-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONa)Wherethe tool offsetvalue is unknown:To setthe zero offsetvalue ofX-axis (tool offset No.: 2):Procedure:1)Turnthe outside diameter oftheworkpiecewith a proper depth of cut in the MANUALOPERATION mode."ft2)Measure the workpiece ODwith amicrometer.Assumethat t...

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    3272-E P-62-R1SECTION 3 OPERATION7)Pressthe function key [F8] (EXTEND) andmakesure that the functionnameCALappears atfunction key [F3].IlcSTTcSSI-|ÿ|I:(ZTtrFÿrrÿrFÿrFTirrriiTT-irrri/?8)After pressingfunction key [F3](CAL), keyin [5][4][.][8][6] throughthe keyboard.JTÿT|iDaiSETCALEDCESCESCE3(...

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    3272-E P-63-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONTheOSP5020UOSP500L-G has fourdifferent typesof display. They are- Color graphic display-Monochrome graphic display- Semi-graphic display- Monochrome character displayDisplayscreens used in the explanation on the following pagesassume thegraphic displayscreens. Ifth...

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    3272-E P-64-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONb)To modifythe stored tool offsetvalue (ADD):ODcutting with the offsetvalue inNo. 2 memoryarea finished the workpiece 0.05 mmlargerthan the programmed dimension. To modifythe tool offset value, proceedasfollows:Note:The limitvalue for the ADD operation canbe setwit...

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    3272-E P-65SECTION 3 OPERATION5)After pressing thefunction key [F2] (ADD),key in [— ][0][.] [0][5] throughthe keyboard.f52EZ ||ctuvr |I.CONST.CONST.:'«» I ADDnon | ITD1JSUBfF~7~lrF~3~lI F 7]|~P~a1/?MSB011313530 E©)EB EIEB0E17?The CRT display is asshown below.1TOOLDATASETNLWIT Iran* NQSE-R CO...

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    3272-EP-66SECTION 3OPERATION8)The CRT display is asshown below.TOOLDATASETN1IA turret!* TOOL OFFSET *X A0.000Page1BC-0BUNIT lnm* NOSE-R corp *X AZ ANO. TZ ApA1.1000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000X-147.784Z-10.000110.0001il0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000-0...

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    3272-E P-67-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONc)To modifythe storedtool offsetvalue (CONST. ADD), (CONST. SUB):To alterthe tooloffset values usingthe functions CONST. ADD andCONST. SUB, preset afixed amount bythe parameter and add or subtract the presetvalue toand from the originaltool offsetvalue bysimply pre...

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    3272-E P-68-R1SECTION 3OPERATION4)With thecursor control keys, movethe cursor tothe data column ofNo. 2 TOOL OFFSET- XA.TOOLDATASETN0Page1EC-42UNIT lmmTOOL OFFSET ** NOSE-fi COTF *X AZ AMO. T1 ft2ft3ft4ft5ft6ft7ft8ft9ft10ft11ft12ftLASTDATAX AZ AP2.5400.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000...

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    3272-E P-69-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONd)Case where tool offsetvalue isknown:To enterthe known tool offsetvalue as X= 2.540, proceed as follows:Procedure:1)Select theTOOL DATA SET mode bypressing the TOOL DATA key.MODEft2)The CRT displayis asshown below.TOOLDATASETH0Pa9e 1BC-37UNIT 1mm* TOOL OFFSET ** N...

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    3272-EP-70-R1SECTION 3OPERATION6)After pressing the function key [F1] (SET),key in [2][.] [5][4] through the keyboard.IJGUIDC Icrvcrr | iiD-rrsrrCPCITTMiJCLXTTND)F 1]|F 211 F 3irF~4~ F 51 ( F 6~)1~F 7 )f~F~B~/?1110MSBSSSH1000BSCAN$>The CRT display is asshown below.TOOLDATASETNGPage1BC-49UNIT 1...

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    3272-E P-71-R1SECTION 3OPERATION8)With the stepsindicated above,keyed-in data is stored atNO. 1TOOL OFFSET- XAdatacolumn.TOOLDATASET0MPage1BC-04UNI i1mm* TOOL OFFSET ** NOSE-R COMP *X AHO.T1H2H2ft4A5H6AZ AX AZ AP0.0000.0000.0000.0000. GOO0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000X-256.360 Z-0.000B.OOO0_...

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    3272-E P-72-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONTOOLDATASETN0Page2EC-20UNIT 1mm* TOOLOFFSET ** NOSE-R COMPX AZ AZ AX ANO. T13PI14AFO.G200.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000. 0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.00000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0800.0800.0000.0000.0002.540015A016fl017ADIRC018R018R020R021R022fi023R024...

  • Page 82

    3272-E P-73SECTION 3OPERATION(3)Display of TOOL NO.on theCRT ScreenTool numbers aredisplayed onthe CRT screen (TOOL OFFSET screen andANIMATEDDISPLAY screen)inthe manner as indicated below. This allows an operatortocheckthe toolnumber ofthe tool being used without switching the display screen.TOOL...

  • Page 83

    3272-E P-74SECTION 3OPERATIONSetting TurretPosition Error Compensation Value(1)What is theTurret Position Error Compensation Value?With the quick change turret,the toolcanbe setat any turretposition easily.However,because the turrethas anindexing error, thetool offsetvalue measured by setting ato...

  • Page 84

    3272-EP-75SECTION 3OPERATION(3)SettingTurret Position Error Compensation ValuesProcedure:1)Mount a referencetool inthe turretposition which is taken asthe reference turretposition.The turretposition error compensation value forthe referenceposition is takenas “0”.2)After turningthe workpieceO...

  • Page 85

    3272-E P-76-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONAutomatic Operations3-2-5.NOlathes are mostlyoperated inthe automatic mode in which machineoperations arecontrolled bytaped commands. This section deals with the procedure forautomaticmode operationsassumingpart program tapeshave been prepared.Note that automatic o...

  • Page 86

    3272-EP-77-R1SECTION 3OPERATION5)Press the function key [F1] (READ).With this the control isready toread a partprogram tape.PROGOPERATION PIP•PIPPIPREAD| PUfCH|VERIFY | COPYQUITm~1fTHDl~F~3l f~F~4~) (T5l("FinFFTIfF~8l6)Press the WRITE key.This initiates tapereading-inand storing operations...

  • Page 87

    3272-E P-78-R2SECTION 3OPERATION7)After making surethat tapestorageis complete,press the function key [F7](PIP QUIT).The tape storageoperationis complete; theCRT display restoresthe state right afterthe EDITAUX keyispressed.Setting Tape inTapereader1)Push up theplate which isunder the tapereader ...

  • Page 88

    3272-EP-79SECTION 3OPERATION(2)Preparations forAutomatic OperationBefore starting automatic operation, confirmthe following pointswithout fail.a)After changingthe chuck,always set the allowable chuck speed with the parameter.b)Ina machiningprogram, designatethe maximum spindle speed followingG50....

  • Page 89

    3272-E P-80SECTION 3OPERATION(4)AutomaticContinuous OperationAfter makingsure that the operation with thenew tapeis correct,you can runthe machine in theautomatic continuous mode.Follow the stepsindicated below:1)Perform steps 1)in (3) “SingleBlock Operation".2)Pressthe SINGLEBLOCK key (SI...

  • Page 90

    3272-EP-81SECTION 3OPERATION(5)Display ofActive Commands in SingleBlock Mode OperationWhile checking programmed commandsby executing them in the single block mode, thecontentsofactive commands can be checkedon the CRT by following the stepsbelow:Procedure:1)Press the function key [F2] (ACTUAL POS...

  • Page 91

    3272-EP-82-R2SECTION 3OPERATION[ÿ>ÿ[ key.This changesthe display asshown below.2)PresstheAUTOOPERATICII HKD.MIMEIIFRGGRWIX500.0000. 0000.0000. 0000. 0000. 000T0000000 CD244.8>G13MHOG123GOOX1O0Z209TQ101O1GS4X95XdZZdG19Z20SM2G01V30F500Y25F500Z190Y27Z180Y28G0QY30X1O0FxFzNSG40PROGRAM! ACTUALI...

  • Page 92

    3272-E P-83-R2SECTION 3OPERATIONAUTOOPERATION ABCD.tUNrl2MACHINE STATEDISFLAYLOADDISPLAY0100200(•<:)X0::ZW.S0(141CD244.0V0SoxX500. 0000.000ZPROGRAM! ACTUALI PARTI BLOCKSELECT| POSIT|PROGRAM] DATATOOLI CHECKILAYOUT! DATA|CEXTENDII F 1 ]fF~2~ll F 3 )(~F 411 F5llF 6lfF~7~ll F 8IDistance between...

  • Page 93

    3272-EP-84-R2SECTION 3OPERATIONLoad conditiondisplay:Loaded condition ofthe spindle is displayed by bars. The bar is displayedin units of 10percent andthe numerical value is displayedbelow the bar. The valuedisplayed is theaverage value of “n” samplescollectedin intervals of 12.8 msec. Value ...

  • Page 94

    3272-EP-85-R2SECTION 3OPERATIONkey again restorestheCRT displayas obtainedin step 1).Afterthat, eachpressing ofthe key changes the CRT display alternately between 1)and 4).5)PressingtheiiiiReference point of machining(program zero)JToo! offset amount(Zi)Position encoder zero offsetZero shift amou...

  • Page 95

    3272-EP-86-R2SECTION 3OPERATION(6)Display ofStored ProgramDataStored programdata canbe displayed ontheCRT:Procedure:1)Press the function key [F3] (PART PROGRAM). Theprogrammed commands aredisplayedonthe CRT.For the two-turret model, the messageMIRRORIMAGE isdisplayed ontheCRTwhile theprogramis to...

  • Page 96

    3272-E P-87SECTION 3OPERATIONManual Data Input(MDI) Operation3-2-6.The operatorcan operate themachinewith the commands enteredthrough the keyboard instead oftapecommands. This operation mode iscalled the Manual DataInput (MDI)mode.The MDImode is effectively used for simple cuttingoperations such ...

  • Page 97

    3272-EP-88-R1SECTION 3OPERATION(1)AxisMovement from “a” to“b”Procedure:1)Press thefunction key [F1] (DATA INPUT).The prompt“IN”appears above “F1”display, telling the operatorthat the controlis ready fordata entry.2)Enter a block ofdata through thekeyboard:GOOX60Z100S600M41M03T0101...

  • Page 98

    3272-EP-89-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONThis transfersthe keyed-in data tothe BUFFER area.MDIOPERATIONMO.MINN1PROGRAMUNIT 1mmMDICUPREHTM42S1G00RTMDIBJJTFCRGC0X5021G03600M41M03T0101RTMDIoPC•PR•IN G00X60Z10GS600M41M03T01O1DATAINPUTACTUALPARTBLOCKPOSITPROGRAMDATACHECKDATAC EXTEND]f~F~n fF~2~) fF~3lrF~4l ...

  • Page 99

    3272-E P-90-R1SECTION 3OPERATION(2)Axis movementfrom“b" to“c”Procedure :1)Press the function key[FI] (DATA INPUT).The prompt “IN”appears above“F1”display, tellingthe operatorthat the controlis ready for data entry.2)Enter ablock of data throughthe keyboard:G01Z50F0.3[%cnBCTU*.P...

  • Page 100

    3272-EP-91-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONMDIOPERATION2MO.niMMUNIT 1mmPROGRAMNDIELFFERG01Z58F0.3RTMDICURRENTGQ0X60Z1G0S60OM41M03T0101RTMDI-PRG00X60Z1O0S600M41MO3T0101-IN G01Z50F0.3ACTUALPARTBLOCKPOSITPROGRAMDATACHECKDATAC EXTEND]DATAINPUTm~~l fF~2l fF~3lFFTl (~FlD (~F~G1(~F~7~) fF~8~l5)Press theCYCLE STARTb...

  • Page 101

    3272-E P-92-R1SECTION 3OPERATIONInterlock Functions3-2-7.Asthe standardOSP5020L/OSP500L-G interlock function,the maximumspindle speedinterlockfunction andthe door interlock functionare provided. These twointerlock functions areprovided toensure safety inmachine operations.Therefore,they mustbe co...

  • Page 102

    3272-E P-93SECTION 3OPERATION(2)DoorInterlock CFunctiona)OverviewThere are caseswhich cause hazard tothe operator ifthe spindle is rotated or the turretismoved whilethe front door is open. The door interlockC functioninhibits spindlerotation and turret movement while thedoor is notclosed.b)Interl...

  • Page 103

    3272-E P-94SECTION 3OPERATIONc)Canceling interlockTheinterlock is canceled inthe following twomethods:To turnOFF the DOOR INTERLOCK switch on theside panel ofthe operationpanel.Toinput proper M code command.1)Cancellation using DOOR INTERLOCK switchUse this method for setupchange, etc.2)Cancellat...

  • Page 104

    3272-EP-95-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONSECTION 4APPLICATIONSWith the instructions providedinthe previous section,the operator canhandle the machine to cutworkpieceswith relativelysimple contour.This section dealswith various typesof operation procedures formore efficient working, suchasautomatic mode o...

  • Page 105

    3272-EP-96SECTION 4APPLICATIONDescription ofthe structureelements:a)Bubble memory (data bank)Thebubble memory serves as adata bank. Program data isstored in fileunits. They actasracksor cabinets wheredocumentsare kept.Data exceeding thecapacity ofthe bubble memory cannotbe stored. To storesuch da...

  • Page 106

    3272-E P-97SECTION 4APPLICATION2)Subprogram filePatternsoften repeated in cutting partssuchas Vee-groove, and parting offcycle arefiledin the subprogram filewhen preparing partprograms. The subprogram filecomprises one or more subprograms; the mainfilename isfollowed by theextension“SUB”.When...

  • Page 107

    3272-EP-98SECTION 4APPLICATION2)SubprogramA subprogram begins with “programname (number) CR LF” andends with “RTS CRLF'.°2°°D®}l......®®BTS®(§N100Subprogram name (number)Subprogram3)System subprogramA system subprogram begins with “programname (number) CR LF” and ends with“RTS...

  • Page 108

    System Construction[EasyExplanation]rCabinet or rackFiledevice (bubble memory)[Data Bank]LCabinet orrackiiiiJL1rFile ofN.documents,N,'v main programrj Systemf sub-j'program/j Sub¬program'Scheduleprogram// MainprogramFiled documents orledgerIfilefilefilefilefileiiiName olcompanyLC 20Program Proce...

  • Page 109

    3272-E P-100SECTION 4APPLICATION(3)Construction of Part Program (Format)The general explanation concerning programs and how theyare handledwas provided in (1),Bubble Memory and (2),ManagingUser File.This paragraphdeals with theformats used tocreate a partprogram.1)Main program[Mainprogram tape]§...

  • Page 110

    3272-E P-101SECTION 4APPLICATION[Precautions on Programming]Note 1:Whenthe first character inaprogram is "$”,it indicates thata filename followsit.Note 2:Ifno filename isprovided atthe beginning of amachiningprogram, thereare twowaysfor assigninga filename tothatprogram:1)Press the WRITE k...

  • Page 111

    3272-E P-102SECTION 4APPLICATION(4)Math Operation Function forParameterData InputTo setdata fortool offset, for example, in the parameter set,zero set,andtool data setmodes,arithmetic and function operation expressions canbe used inaddition totheconventional directnumerical data inputmethod.a)Ari...

  • Page 112

    3272-E P-103SECTION 4APPLICATIONSymbolContentsExampleRemarkThe result of operation is anangle in units of degrees.If symbols[]are notusedtoindicate figures (operand)followingthe function symbol,place atleastone spacebetween the function symboland the operand.Arc tangent(-90° to90°)0450130® [45...

  • Page 113

    3272-E P-104-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONb)Input Example using ExpressionsWith the machine havingthe rapidfeedrate of 10 m/min., manual feedrateis usually 2.4m/min. However,this feedratecan be changed by changing the manual feedunit amount setatthe system parameter. However, since thesettingis made inu...

  • Page 114

    3272-EP-105-R2SECTION 4APPLICATION1.Application of Operations- Automatic ModeOperationProgramSelection and Operation1-1.To executea partprogram in the automatic mode, thedesiredprogram mustbe selected. This isbecausethe bubble memory storesseveral part programs, and it isnecessary tocall the spec...

  • Page 115

    3272-E P-106SECTION 4APPLICATION6)Press the WRITEkey.This selects the program and the CRT display is restored tothe program display page withthe program designatedon it.7)Pressthe CYCLE START button.This starts the execution ofaprogram elected.For theselection of aschedule program,pressthe functi...

  • Page 116

    3272-E P-107-R1SECTION 4 APPLICATIONExplanation and notesbelow are provided according totheexample above.1)Select the AUTO OPERATION mode bypressing the AUTO key.MODEOMSHKDEJn2)Press the function key [F1] (PROGRAMISELECT).The CRT displays prompt“PS” onitsconsole line and the control is ready ...

  • Page 117

    3272-EP-108SECTION 4APPLICATIONThis selects theprogram tobe executed,and the contentsofthe selectedprogram aredisplayedon the CRT. Also the designated filename and the program are displayed atthetop ofthe CRT.AUTOOPERATION SHAFT,HIMOSHT2 M3UNIT 1mmPROGRAM>OSHT2r*0002 GOOX500Z 500N0003NO100GS7H...

  • Page 118

    3272-EP-109SECTION 4APPLICATIONIn case asubprogram iscalled inthe mainprogram:PS OOP ,, OOPSubprogram nameDelimitated by twocommasMain filenameNote 2:If the bubblememory does nothave the designated file orprogram name, analarmresults. In this case, the programpreviously selected becomes ineffecti...

  • Page 119

    3272-E P-110SECTION 4APPLICATIONSequence Restart1-2.When theexecution ofaprogram isinterrupted with thecontrol resetortheEMERGENCY STOPbutton pressed due totool breakage or entangled cuttingchips, theuse of“sequence restart”featurepermitsthe resumption ofthe program fromthe block right before...

  • Page 120

    3272-E P-111SECTION 4APPLICATIONjPRocaflrJ tr.na| WRITaiirr | POSITIPROCRTTII<U.OCKCOWDCCXtorn5)Press the function key [F8] (EXTEND)to selectthe pagethat allowsthedesignation ofasequence number.envoinÿ(TÿrrF)rTÿrrÿ(TÿfFÿirF~8iH0SHAFT-1.MINOSHTI NAUTO OPERATIONUNIT ImmPROGRAMOSHTIMl 00 GG...

  • Page 121

    3272-E P-112SECTION 4APPLICATIONAUTO OPERATION0SHAFT-1.MINOS11T1 NPROGRAMUNIT 1mmOSHT1N100 GOOXN110 650N120N130 GOO XN140N150N160N170N10O GG0 XN190N200N210GG12300300S350QS424 mi1103 M05ZS2.04B TQ202Z501055 424 MO?T02OOS752HOGT03O3Z300X300Z50106X102X66Z35FO.i-PS SHAFT-1.MIN-EXMl88NUMBER|SEARCH |RE...

  • Page 122

    3272-E P-113SECTION 4APPLICATIONPAUTO OPERATIONSHAFT-1.MINOS1IT1 NUNIT 1mmPROGRAMOSHT1.NIOG GOO X300Ml10 G50N1Z0M130GOO X1G5M14GN15GN160X300Ml70»N180 GOO X106N190X102Ml00X6bN210 G01•PS SHAFT-1.MIN300ZS3500S424M41 M03M0832.040T0202ZZ90S424 MO9T0200S792M08T0303Z300z90F0.1Z•EX•RE N180SFI 5P-N...

  • Page 123

    3272-E P-114SECTION 4APPLICATION[ Supplement ]Whenone program contains twoor more blocks assignedwith thesame sequence number, and torestartthe program fromthatsequence number,it isnecessary toindicate where the requiredsequence appears, atthe 1st,2nd, etc.Example:N100 GOOX300 Z300N110 G50S3500S ...

  • Page 124

    3272-E P-115SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)To Restartthe Sequence byDesignating The Block CounterBlock counter:Inautomatic mode operation, the control countsthe number ofexecuted blocks takingtheblockexecuted first as “1”. This number is, therefore, not the sequence number but thenumberof actually ex...

  • Page 125

    3272-E P-116SECTION 4APPLICATIONProcedure to restartsequence by designating the block counternumber:Basically,the same procedure torestartthe sequence by designating the sequence numberapplies.In this case,however, theblock counternumber is designatedinstead ofthesequencenumberin step 7)in (1), ...

  • Page 126

    3272-E P-117SECTION 4APPLICATION[ Remarks on Carrying Out Sequence RestartOperation ](1)Interference between CuttingTool andWorkpieceU* x>60 (2.36)A///Bs2i§'AFig. 4-2If sequence restart is performedwith the cutting tool positioned atpointA, the cuttingtool willcollide againstthe workpiece. Be...

  • Page 127

    3272-E P-118SECTION 4APPLICATION(4)If the operator intends sequence restartingwhile a programis being executed, or afterMDIoperation,it results in “MAIN PROGRAMEXECUTING ERROR”.In such cases, resetthecontrol first.Sequence Number Search Operation1-3.Sequencenumber search is the functionthat s...

  • Page 128

    3272-E P-119SECTION 4APPLICATION000000004)Press the WRITEkey.00000000000000000000000000S000 000 0000 000J>0010000ftWith this,the desired sequence number N130is searched for.AUTO OPERATIONSHAFT-1.HINOSHT1N0UNIT IranPTOGRPMOSHT1MIOO GOO X300NUO GS3Ml20»Ml30 GOO X800Ml*10NISOMl60X300N170Ml60 GOO...

  • Page 129

    3272-EP-120-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION[ Supplement ]Thecursor controloperation:Procedure:1)Follow steps 1) through 6)in 1-2.ofthis section.2)Presskey until the addresspointer “5>"isplaced atN130.keys[f]|~J~] may also be used forsequence number searchandAUTOOPERATION SHAFT.MINOSHT2 N3PROGRAM...

  • Page 130

    3272-E P-121SECTION 4APPLICATION4)While holdingdown the INTERLOCK RELEASE key,press CYCLE START button toinitiatethe execution ofthe commands.This featureallows the operator tocheck the contentsofthe selected program.1-4.Operation Resumption afterManual Operation InterventionThis featureallows ma...

  • Page 131

    3272-E P-122SECTION 4APPLICATION3)Manual operationintervention:Operative manualoperation isas follows:a)Manual axis feedb)Axis feed bymanual pulse handlec)Spindlecontrol (CW/CCW/STOP/JOG)d)Change of spindledrive gear rangee)TurretindexingWhen operation c),d) and/or e)is executed, theS.T.M indicat...

  • Page 132

    3272-E P-123SECTION 4APPLICATION5)Press the CYCLE STARTbutton.STARTI I‘I/?With this,the interruptedprogramis continuouslyexecuted.©When theSEQUENCE RESTARTkey is pressed,the X- and Z-axisre¬turn tothe operation resumption point simultaneously. It isadvisabletobringthe axes (turret)near theope...

  • Page 133

    3272-E P-124SECTION 4APPLICATIONOther Operations whilein Automatic Mode Operation1-5.(1)Tocarry out manual operation toremove chipsor to measure dimensions (ProgramStop/Optional Stop):Program stop (MOO) oroptional stop (M01) code.When MOO program stopcodeiscommandedWhen M01optional stop codeis co...

  • Page 134

    3272-E P-125SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)Block DeleteThis featureprovides ameans forskippingcertain blocks in theprogram byprogramming a slash(/) code ahead oftheblock. This featureis usefulwhen theoperatordesires toleave off certain cuts ona particular partconfiguration.IVIn case variations in stock r...

  • Page 135

    3272-E P-126SECTION 4APPLICATION(3)Checking New Program (Machine Lock, Dry Run)It is very dangerous tocutparts with anew programwithout checkingits contents. TheMachineLockand Dry Run featuresstated herein areeffective tocheck the newlypreparedprogrambefore usingit to actually cutparts.a)Machine ...

  • Page 136

    3272-E P-127-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONScheduled Operation1-6.To cutseveral different workpieces continuously,this scheduledoperation featureis very effective.Thescheduled operation feature permits programs to be automatically executed inthe orderspecified in the schedule program, which is prepared a...

  • Page 137

    3272-E P-128SECTION 4APPLICATIONScheduled operation isexplained takingthe followingcase as anexample:Continuous cutting of threedifferent workpieces, A,BandC.20pieces10pieces50piecesWorkpiece AWorkpiece BWorkpiece CLISTBB1:SGEAR.SDFN100VSET Vl=lPSELECTLOADER.MINPSELECTGEAR.MIN,0001PSELECTUNLOADER...

  • Page 138

    3272-E P-129-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(1)Selection and Execution ofSchedule ProgramTo performthe scheduled operation, first prepare a scheduleprogram and then storeit in thememory following the stepsused in storing part programs.For details, refer tothe instructions onTapeReading-in Operation.Aftert...

  • Page 139

    3272-E P-130-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONAUTOOPERATION5PROGRAMUNIT 1mm50EDULEXU0QVSETN101 PSELECT LOADER.HIMN102PSELECT GEAR. MIN,0001N1G3PSELECTUT4.0ADER.MINMl04VSETN105 IFCV1 LE 203N101N20O VSETNZQ3PSELECT UNLOADR.MINN204 VSETN2Q5IFCV2 LE 103 N201V3-1VI“1Vl-Vl+iV2-1V2-V2+1N30OVSETN3QIPSELECT LOADER...

  • Page 140

    3272-E P-131SECTION 4APPLICATIONTo executethe scheduleprogram on the machineequipped withthe robot,bar feederorother automatic loading/unloading system,it is possible toplace the control in thecycle startready stateafterthe completion ofaprogram (M02,M30 executed)byusing anexternal cycle stop sig...

  • Page 141

    3272-E P-132-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONAUTOOPERATIONN5PROGRAMUNIT lmmSCHEDULEMIOQVSETN101PSELECT LOADER.MINN102 PSELECT GEAR.MIN,OO01N103PSELECT UNLOADER.MINN104 VSETN10S IFCV1 LE203 N101N200 VSETN203 PSELECT UM.OADR.MINN204 VSETN205 IFCV2 LE 103N201>N300 VSETN301 PSELECT LOADER.MINN302 PSELECT GE...

  • Page 142

    3272-E P-133-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONCRTDisplaywhile inOperation1-7.CRT displays which are oftenused inmachine operationare explained in 3-2-4.and 3-2-5.of Section3.This paragraph deals with allCRT displays available during machine operation.Asseen onthe following pages, there isno difference in CR...

  • Page 143

    CRT DisplayCommandand FunctionModeOperation ModeACTUALUsed todisplayPOSITcoordinatesof theactual position.tF2—r— Display of actual position datain enlarged characters (1-1)— Simultaneous display ofactual position data and program(1-2)A— Actual position display with display ofmachine statu...

  • Page 144

    3272-E P-135-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION(1)Display ofActual Position Data(1-1)Display ofActualPosition Data inEnlargedCharacters(a)AUTOOPE R ATI ON 22.I1IMH1XA700. 000600. 000700. 000600. 000(b)ZAXB(0ZBPROGRAMI ACTUALI PARTI BLOCKSELECT| POSIT|pROGRAIl| DATATOOLI OECKLAYOUTDATACEXTEHD]I F 1 |(~F~2~|| ...

  • Page 145

    3272-E P-136-R2SECTION 4 APPLICATION(1-2) Simultaneous Display ofActualPosition Data and ProgramAUTOOPERATION AECD.IIIM2IIPROGRAMX500. 0000.0000. 0000. 0000.0000. 000T000000S0CD244.8>G13Ml10G138GOQX100Z2G9T0101O1G94X95XdZZdG19Z208G42G01Y30F500Y25F5Q0Z190Y27Z180Y28G00Y30X100FxFzNG40PROGRPNj ACT...

  • Page 146

    3272-E P-137-R2SECTION 4APPLICATION(1-3)Actual Position Displaywith Display ofMachine Statusand Load ConditionAUTOOPERATION BBCD.MINN2MACHINE STATE DISPLAYLOADDISPLAY0160ZOO(X)TXw.Z0*S0M41CD244.0V0SoxX500.0000.000ZPROGRAM] ACTUALSELECTPART| BLOCKPOSIT|PROGRAM| DATATOOLI CHECKLAYOUT| DATA[EXTENDII...

  • Page 147

    3272-E P-138-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(1-4)Simultaneous Display ofRemaining AxisMotion Amount and Actual Position DataAUTOOPERATIONN1ACTUALPOSITIONUNIT 1mmX AZ AX BZBPROGRAMDISTANCE42.0000.000103.0000.000500.0000.000500.000o.eooSHIFTMACHIfCTOOL OFFSETPITCH42.000402.2300.000o.eoo103.0001561.2260.0000...

  • Page 148

    3272-EP-139-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)Display ofPart Program(2-1-1)Display of Program3AUTOOPERATION SHAFT.MIMOSHT2 NUNIT lnmPROGRAM>OSHT2NOG02 GG0 X500Z500NoeaaNO100 G97N01Q1 G0O XN0102 G96 G11GNO103 G87N0104NO104 G81NO105 GGQXN010S G01NO107N0108 GQ2 XNO109 G01SI750S1273 M0442Z103T070707SIBO40Z...

  • Page 149

    3272-E P-140SECTION 4APPLICATION(2-1-2) Simultaneous Display ofMainProgram and Subprogram0SHT2N0002lAUTOOPERATIONSHAFT.MINPROGRAMUNIT: mraMAIN PROGRAMSUB PROGRAMN001 C(/0X1000 Z1000N002 CALL ORCIA APP=2&IMP21 TLN=8 TOFl=8 TOF2&=1BZP 1=100 ZP2=10 XP3&=10ZP3=20X=XP3T=TOFlNOEXV929=VRNCZC...

  • Page 150

    3272-E P-141-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(2-2)Display ofData Entered through Keyboard in MDI ModeMDIOPERATIONMO.MINN1FROGRAMUNIT 1mmMDICURRENTM42S1G00RTMDIBUFFERM42S100GRTMDI-PO-PR-IN GQ0X6QZ10QS6QQM41MQ3TQ1B1DATAACTUALPARTBLOCKITPUTPOSITPROGRAMDATACHECKDATA[EXTEND]fF~2n(T~ÿ l~F~ÿ fT~5ÿ fF~6lfFTTl(a...

  • Page 151

    (3)Display ofDatain OneBlock(3-1)Display ofData in Currently ExecutedBlockThe databelow are alwaysthe active data.whichever page the operatorselects.Displaysone block ofthe data.Description of respectivedata:Spindle speed (rpm)SmMaximum spindlespeed (rpm)Feedrate ofX-axis (mm/min.)Feedrate ofZ-ax...

  • Page 152

    3272-E P-143-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(3-2)DisplayofData inThe Block toBe Executed NextAUTOOPERATION SHAFT.NIHOSHT1H1EL0O- DATAUNIT 1mmfCXT-440.230-1458.226-440.230-1458. 226-440.230-1458.226-440.230-1458.2260.0000. 0000.000O.OOQ245.0000.000>:F0sr2Fa035000.0000.0000.000fr+ OVERFLOWsmE0.000fxXaZas...

  • Page 153

    3272-EP-144-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(3-4)Display ofData inThe Block Storedin The Buffer Register LastAUTOOPERATION SHAFT.MINOSHT1 N1UNIT 1mmELOCK EATAREAD0500.000F500.000Fa-440.230E-1456.2265-440.230T-1456.226Ta-440.230T<-1458.226Tz0.000P0.000M0.000SB0.000245.000M0.000Xsr35000.0000.0000.003fr+ O...

  • Page 154

    3272-E P-145-A3SECTION 4APPLICATIONThe followingdisplays are addedwhen the high-precision VAC specificationis selected forthespindle and M-toolspindle.(4-1-a)Status Displayof Spindle DiagnosisAUTOOPERATIONNeCHECK DATAUNITlmmSPINDLE DIAGNOSISX AXBZ AZBACT-PHESS.0806680.808HESS.0006660.000BIT0 S000...

  • Page 155

    3272-E P-146-R2SECTION 4APPLICATION(4-2)Display ofData Related toAxesAUTOOPERATION SHAFT.IIIN/(a)OSHTl N1(b)CHECK DATAUNIT lrwnAXIS Cl)X AZ AX BZBRDIFRiHPARconRSKP1RSKP2RSKP3QSPPCRSVPVARlRSVPVAR2RD6PRDRIDSYHDFLASERPTRTM0.0000.000940.2300.0000.0000.0000.0000.0001958.2260.0000.000O.0OOO.OGO0.000130...

  • Page 156

    3272-E P-147-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONAUTOOPERATION SHAFT. niNOSHTl M1CHECKDATAUNIT 1mm(m)AXIS (2)X AZ AX EZE'RLOADRHTRT00GG.OOG0.0000.000Q.QO0(I)"BL«BL-CHPROGRAMACTUALPARTELOCKSELECT'POSITPROGRAMDATATOOLiLAYOUTCHECKDATACEXTEND:(T~TIrFin f~F~3~i (~F~4Tir~5irry:(~F~8~)(I)Rotation speed ofhigh-s...

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    3272-E P-148-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONMDIOPERATIONN1CHECK DATAUNIT 1mmAXISDATA (6)TFLOADRHTRT00.000DATAINPUTACTUALPOSITPARTPROGRAMBLOCKDATACHECKDATA[EXTEND]rF2~l fTÿIfF~4~llÿ~6l (~FT~1fFsla

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    3272-E P-149-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION(4-3)Status Display ofECInput Signal (No. 1)AUTOOPERATIONN0CHECKDATAUNIT 1mmEC INPUT 01:data_111011Hrare gras PraiaOFRwis nisi00000011TLR9TLA7 TLA6 TLA5TLA4 T1_A310000010EOT! CHP2 CHP1 SPL5 SFL4SFL300000011TLB8 TLB7 TLB6 TLBSTLB4 TLB3__11G0O110ISa STRRST DROP Pg...

  • Page 159

    3272-E P-150-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION(4-4)Display ofSpecificationCodes (No. 1)AUTOOPERATIONN0CHECKDATAUNIT 1mmSPEC CODE01:data000000000000000000010001000010010000001100011000100010100001001100000000000000000000110000000000bit?bit6blt5 blt4 blt3bits bitlbtt0IDCAOMB1 0I1CA TSCMSPR CEJXMSIISMSTCSNCT'K...

  • Page 160

    3272-EP-151-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION(4-5)Display ofSpecification Codes (No. 2) (OSP5020L/OSP500L-G)AUTOOPERATIONN0CHECKDATAUNIT 1mmSPEC CODE 02:data000008000000000100000000PLGN POT000001G10000000000010101000000000000000100001010000000000000000000000000blt7 blt6blt5 blt4 bit3bit2bitl bit0DBTLPNLS SP...

  • Page 161

    3272-EP-152-R3SECTION 4 APPLICATION(4-6)Display of MachineCodesAUTOOPERATION fiBCD.MIN2NUNIT 1mmCHECK DATAMACHINE CODEdataOO0O000O0GQ010000000000000000000btt7 bit6bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bitlbit0LH55 LH35LS30 LC50 LC40 LC30LC20 LC10LR45 LR25LR15 LP15 L015 LB10 LB8LB6LR35LR10FTLLB25 LB9LB12 LP6LPC4no....

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    3272-E P-153-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION(4-7)Displayof MachineSpecification CodesOPE P. A T I0 M AECD.HIIIA UT 0n2CHECK DATALIMIT lr.vnMACHlfC SPEC CODEdat aCOO0OOO10100Q1DO0Q0010O100080000bit7 b 116 bit? bitJ bit3 bit2 bitlbitOXBPZERXARZHRFULP LHSR GR4P GRZADAIV VACff5no.12PGROIMC ELSMHRMVPC UCHP LSV...

  • Page 163

    3272-E P-154SECTION 4APPLICATION(4-8)Display ofAlarm MessageListAUTOOPERATIONHiCHECK DATAUNIT lwnALARM fESSAGE LISTHO.fl-NOTIME15310:43:2124460:42:523466-40:42:424110:42:175466-40:41:550:41:4074200:41:2005240:20:459W020: 0:3410U020: 0:1711M020:0:171219070:16:57CODECHARACTERC350143C316411250630017...

  • Page 164

    3272-E P-155-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONToolLayoutFunction1-8.When changingthe setup,it is often required toknowwhich tools areusedin theprogram. Afterchangingthe cutting tools,it is also necessary tocheck ifthe tools set in the turret(s) match thetools actuallydesignatedin the program.The tool layout...

  • Page 165

    3272-EP-156SECTION 4APPLICATION4)Press the function key[F1] (LAYOUT EXEC.).2A.HIMNAUTOOPERATIONUNIT 1PAGE1* NOSE R OFFSET** TOOL COMMAND* * TOOL OFFSET*PXAZANRTOXAZA0.80000.B0000.400000.40000.40000.8000.8000.4000.4000.4000103 0101010201 0303030403 04040405010505050601 0707072.5401.5620.00023.57B1...

  • Page 166

    3272-E P-157SECTION 4APPLICATION(3)Supplementsa)Fortwo-saddle models, the tool layoutdisplay is possible for A and Bsaddlesindependently.Selection ofthe saddle for which thetool layoutdata is tobe displayed ismade using the turretselection keys ontheoperation panel.00Turret selection key'feemmBE)...

  • Page 167

    3272-EP-158SECTION 4APPLICATION2.AvailableOperations in EditAux ModeThere arethree typesof program operations:(1) Transfer.... Transfer ofmain program data is performed.(2) Editing(3)Others(1)Transfer“Transfer" refers to storingthe mainprogram datainto theNC memoryusing the tapereader,and ...

  • Page 168

    3272-E P-159SECTION 4APPLICATIONTransfer ofMain ProgramData2-1.(1)Read-in ofMain ProgramDataThe mainprogram dataon the tapecan be readinto thebubble memory using the tapereaderas follows:1)Select thePROG OPERATION by pressingthe EDIT AUXkey.MODE/?2)Place the tape in the tapereader.Placethis parti...

  • Page 169

    3272-E P-160SECTION 4APPLICATION5)PressWRITE key.Tapereader operation will start,and the commands onthe tape areread and thedata onthetape arestored into the memory.While the tapeis being read,the CRT displays “READ"message alongwith the “file name"on thefirst line.Afterthe completi...

  • Page 170

    3272-E P-161SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)PunchingOut theStored Program(optional)To punch out the program data after correctingcutting conditions, feedrates,and othercommands found improper intrial cut,follow the stepsbelow:1)Select thePROG OPERATION mode bypressingthe EDIT AUX key.MODEn2)Press the func...

  • Page 171

    3272-E P-162SECTION 4APPLICATIONPROGOPERATION PIPPUNCH)(SHAFT-1,MXN)JFFile nameIndicates the tapeis being punched out>P SHAFT-1350.MINend offileIndicates the tapepunch outis completed.PIPREADI PUNCH | VERIFYI COPYQUIT(~F~T~1(~F~2~1[~F~3~11 F 4II F 51 (~F~6~1(~F~D fF~8ln6)Press thefunction key ...

  • Page 172

    3272-E P-163SECTION 4APPLICATION© Themainprogram data is punched out followingtheprogram name (number).© Thesame number of feedholesas in (D are punched out in the tape trailingsection.@ Using a parameter setting,it is possible to setwhetherthe filename is tobepunched outor not. When bit 3of pa...

  • Page 173

    3272-E P-164SECTION 4APPLICATIONPROGOPERATION PIP(VERIFY)(5HHFT—135B.mil)7File nameIndicates verifyingis being performed.•PIP>V SHAFT-1350.MIMtapefile name- SH¥T-1353.MINPIPREADPUNCHVERIFYCOPYQUIT(~FTiiTÿ(T~ÿrF4TrFÿ~irF~6irF'TirF~8~in7)Press thefunction key [F7] (PIPQUIT).This complete...

  • Page 174

    3272-E P-165SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhen allthe data match in verifying operation:PROGOPERATION PIPVERIFYSB3FT-13S0.HINend of tapeend of fileall samedata>PIPREADPUNCHVERIFYCOPYQUITWhen datamismatch is found:PROGOPERATION PIPVERIFYSHAFT-1350.MlNBlinks>V SHAFT-1350.Mtape f ile nampÿHI700GQQiEr 1...

  • Page 175

    3272-E P-166SECTION 4APPLICATION(4)Precautions on Tape Read-in, Punch-out and Verifying OperationsThere are two coding systems: EIAand ISO; selection ofthe coding system canbemade bya)Parameter setting,orb)Designating the desired coding systemeach time, read-in,punch-out or verifyingoperationis m...

  • Page 176

    3272-E P-167-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONTochange the parameter setting from (A) to(B), i.e., topunch out storedprogram data inthe EIA code,followthe stepsbelow:1)Select the PARAMETER SETmodebypressing the PARAMETER key.MODE2)Pressthefunction key [F7] (ITEM1).Press this function key repeatedlyuntil the...

  • Page 177

    3272-E P-168-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION4)Press the function key [FI ](SET), and key inthe data “0”through the keyboard.PARAMETERSETSHAFT.niNOSHTlN1Pag.1BC-1B* OPTIONALPARAMETER BIT *NO.7654321001Q11QQ 000O00Q0O00000010011000010000000000000000OQQQ0QQ0000000000000000011111111000000000011 0010NO.765...

  • Page 178

    3272-E P-169SECTION 4APPLICATIONb)ISO orEIA Designation forRespective ProgramOperation- READ, VERIFY, andPUNCHByperforming the following steps when executingthe required tapeoperation, READ,VERIFY and/or PUNCH, the operatorcan directlyselect the coding system,ISO or EIA,disregarding the coding sy...

  • Page 179

    3272-E P-170SECTION 4APPLICATIONNote 3:To storethe mainprogram data followingthe program data inthe filealready registered inthe memory,follow the steps below:1)Press the functionkeys forREAD operation.2)Key in, " |file name ;A ” through thekeyboard.3)Pressthe WRITEkey.A filename can be as...

  • Page 180

    3272-E P-171SECTION 4APPLICATIONExample 4:| [F1](READ)\WRITEThe program is stored inthememory assignedwith the filename onthe tape. If nofile name ison the tape, theprogram is assigned withthe file name "A.MIN".Example 5:Program is to bo storedin memory followinganother program already ...

  • Page 181

    3272-E P-172SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhen designating the read orverityoperation, optionC codemay beadded. When the option Ccode is designated, read or verify operationcan be continued evenwhen anerror (parity error, EIAcode error,specialcodeerror, TV check error)is detected during theoperation.detect...

  • Page 182

    3272-EP-173SECTION 4APPLICATION(5)Backup oftheMain Program DataBackupof the filedata inthe bubble memoryis possible. Follow the stepsbelow:1)Select the PROG OPERATION mode bypressing the EDIT AUX key.MODE2)The CRT displayisasshown below.PROGOPERATIOMDOTEDIRIGFI CEXTENDIPIPEDIT| FREE| LI5TfT~n(~F3...

  • Page 183

    3272-E P-174SECTION 4APPLICATION6)Pressthe WRITE key.With this, thefile data“SHAFT-1350.MIN” in the bubble memory is backed upunder the filename “SHAFT-2000.MIN”.PROGOPERATION PIPSHAFT-ZGOO.MINCOPY-PIP>COSHAFT—1350.MIN,5HAFT-E800.MINPIPREAD| PUNCH| VERIFYCOPYQUITI F 1 ]fF~2~ll F 3I(~...

  • Page 184

    3272-E P-175SECTION 4APPLICATIONThe control has optional features:Note 5:[F4] “input-file-name", “output-file-name"jAFile data designated by the “input-file-name" isduplicated following theexistent file data ofthe file designatedby the output file name.[F4]“input-file-name...

  • Page 185

    3272-EP-176-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONPROGOPERATION EDIT>2SHTISHAFT.MING13N100 GO0 X300 2 300Ml10 G50N120N130 G00 X105292.048T0202N140N150N160N170N180 G00 X105 Z90N190N200N210 GG1N22GN230S3500S 454 M41 M03M03Z90S454 M09T0200S 792 M08T0303X300 Z 300X 102X65Z85X70 Z83Z60FG.l-E SHAFT.MIN>LireERASE...

  • Page 186

    3272-E P-177SECTION 4APPLICATIONPROGOPERATION EDITPROGRAM SELECTINDEXPROGRAMFILEPage1ITEST.MINft.MINTEST2.MINZ.MINTEST3.MINTOOL.MINS.MINY.MINUU.MIN-E *uiiat Isthefile namefor editing ?DATEDIRPIPEDITFREELISTIGFCEXTENDI5)Movethe cursor tothe filename desired.6)Pressthe WRITE key.The cursor-placed p...

  • Page 187

    3272-E P-178-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONb)Direct Selection ofThe Program tobe EditedProcedure:1)Select the PROG OPERATION mode bypressing the EDITAUX key.MODEnsifflaasea/92)The CRT displayisas shown below.PROGOPERATIONDATEDIRPIPEDITFREELISTCEXTEND3(ÿTi(TÿrFÿ(Tÿ(TÿfF6ifF~yirF~8i3)Press the functio...

  • Page 188

    3272-EP-179-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhen the file name is not registered, i.e.,when the filename is “A.MIN”,it is not necessaryto key-in the filename.5)Press the WRITE key.I®)0I®)00000000000*>wnutWith this, the programdata ofthe designated file is searched for,read and transferred totheedi...

  • Page 189

    3272-EP-180-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)MovingEdit Pointerwith Cursor Control KeysEdit pointerand edit line canbeshifted bypressing thecursor control keys:a)CursorkeyPressingf—»| keyshiftsthe edit pointer rightward. Each[ t ]flT~|timeit is pressed, theedit pointer shifts rightward byonecharacter....

  • Page 190

    3272-E P-181-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONd)CursorJ~f~J keyEach timej~j~) is pressed, both theedit pointer and the editline shift upward byone line.Whenit is kept pressed, theedit pointer and the “§>" shiftcontinuously.Whenit ispressedwhile the edit line marked by “ 5>" is atthetopl...

  • Page 191

    3272-EP-182-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(3)Page FeedingPressing the[[I’ll} keyon the NC operationpanel advances the CRT display tothe next page.The CRT can display program data ofonly 16lines at atime. Therefore,a longprogram ofmany lines cannotbe displayedin oneCRT display. The pagekey is used to tu...

  • Page 192

    3272-E P-183-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(4)Page ReversingPressingthe|f*~l| key onthe NC operation panel returns the CRT display by one page.PROGOPERATION EDIT>SSHT1SHAFT.MING13N100GG0 X 300Z 300N110 G50N120N13Q GOO X 105ZN14QN150N160N170S3500S454 M41 M03 MOB92.048 T0202Z90S454 M09TO200S792 M03T0303...

  • Page 193

    3272-E P-184-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(5)Deleting Character [F4](CHAR. DELETE)Pressingthe function key [F4] (CHAR. DELETE) deletes thecharacter indicated by theeditpointer.Thecharacter is deleted fromthe CRT and all the characterson the edit line afterthe editpointermove left by onespace.The positio...

  • Page 194

    3272-E P-185-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(6)Inserting Character [F6] (CHAR. INSERT)Pressingthe function key [F6] (CHAR. INSERT) insertsa space right beforetheedit pointer.All the characters onthe editline afterthe edit pointer move right byone space.If there is acharacter requiring other than aspace at...

  • Page 195

    3272-E P-186-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(7)Deleting Line [F3] (LINE DELETE)Pressing the function key [F3] (LINE DELETE) deletesone line of thedata identified byThe linesafterthat shift up tofill the deleted line, andthe firstline ofthe next pageisdisplayed atthe bottom line.The editpointer (reverse di...

  • Page 196

    3272-E P-187-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(8)Inserting Line[F5] (LINE INSERT)Pressingthe function key[F5] (LINE INSERT) inserts ablank line right before the edit lineidentified byLines afterthat all shiftdownward andthe line atthe bottom oftheCRT is transferred tothenext page, thus disappearing fromthe ...

  • Page 197

    3272-E P-188-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(9)Erasing Line [F2] (LINE ERASE)Pressingthe function key [F2] (LINE ERASE) erases oneline ofthe data, leaving ablankline.Theedit pointer is placed atthe beginning of thatline.The prompt “ER”appear onthe console line ofthe CRT.Thisoperation is effective when...

  • Page 198

    3272-EP-189SECTION 4APPLICATION2-2-2.Application ofFundamental Editing OperationProvided inthis paragraph arethe explanations foractual editing operation,in which program datain Program A is edited in toProgram B.ProgramA0GR1NG13G13N001N002G42N003G01N004N005G03N006G02N007G01GOOX800Z800F.lX200Z100...

  • Page 199

    3272-EP-190-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONCorrection ofcommand (a):“F.1” on N001 line is tobe corrected to“F.15”.Procedure:1)Move the editpointer totheposition afternumeral “1" of “F.1”.PROGOPERATION EDITGEAR-A1.MINOGPlNG13 G13>NQ01 G00X800 ZBOOF0.l|M04 1142 S250 TOIO101M0O2G42 X20G...

  • Page 200

    3272-E P-191-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONCorrection of commands (b):Commands onthe N006line are tobe corrected.Procedure:1)Shift the edit pointer to the N006 line.The edit pointer may be placed at any character on theN006 line.PROGOPERATION EDITGEAR-A1.MINOGRlNG13 G13N001 G0Q X8QG ZEOQFO.15 1104M4Z S25...

  • Page 201

    3272-E P-192-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION3)Key in newdata through thekeyboard.The newdata is entered inthe blank line.PROGOPERATION EDITGEflR-fll.niNGGR1NG13 G13N001 G0G X8G0 ZBQQ FO.15 M04 f'W2 S250 TO10101r'JGQ2 G42 X2G0Z100N003 G01N004N005 G03X250Z 20 L2G>N0G6 GQ1 X260 Z15fN007GOlN008Z 75X225Z 50...

  • Page 202

    3272-E P-193-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONDeletion ofcommand (c):G01 in N007 is tobe deleted.Procedure:1)Movethe edit pointer toG01 in N007 line.PROGOPERATION EDITGEAR-Al.MINOGR1NG13 G13NOOl GOO XSGQ28GG FO.15 l*©4 M42 SZ5G TOIOIOIN002 G42X200 2100N003 G01r«04r<305 G03X25G2 20 L20N006 GOlX260Z 15&g...

  • Page 203

    3272-E P-194-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONAddition ofcommand (d):G40 is tobe added inN008.Procedure:1)Movethe edit pointer tothe space right after“N008".PROGOPERATION EDITGEAR-Al.MINOGRlNG13G13NO01 GQQ X800 ZEQQF0.15 (104 (142 SI50 T01O101NQ02 G42 X2O02100N003G01N0O4NO05 G03X250 2 20 L20NOGS G01X...

  • Page 204

    3272-EP-195-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONThiscompletes the edition of Program A toProgramB. Press the function key[F7] (EDITQUIT).PROGOPERATION EDITGGR1NG13G13M0O1GOO X3O0 260Q FO.15 M04 M42 S250 T01G101N802 G42 X2O02160N003 G01N004MOOS GG3X250 2 20 L2QN006 G01 X260Z 15MOOT>N0Q8 G40X275M009 GOG X800 ...

  • Page 205

    3272-EP-196-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONExtended Function ofEditing2-2-3.This section deals with extended functions ofediting. Read theinstructions inthis sectiononly afterfundamental editingproceduresare well understood.The explanation below is provided onthe assumption that the functionkey [F8] (EXTE...

  • Page 206

    3272-E P-197SECTION 4APPLICATION(1)Find[F1]This functioncan search forthe character-string orthe block by specifyingthe desiredcharacter-string or byspecifying thedesired blocks in terms ofthe number oflines fromthepresent edit line.a)Searching for character-stringThe character-string specified t...

  • Page 207

    3272-E P-198-R1SECTION 4 APPLICATIONWhen searching for “40” fromthe program shown onthe previouspage:Key-in “/40/" throughthe keyboard.Press theWRITE key.PROGOPERATION EDITGEffi-fil.MIN)gGRiNG13 G13N001 G0O XSOO ZSGQFO.15 104M42 S250T010101N002 G42 X2GG21001003 G01NO04N0O5 G03 X25Q2 20...

  • Page 208

    3272-EP-199SECTION 4 APPLICATIONb)Searching fortherequired block by specifyingthe number oflines.“£>”moves fromthe presentedit lineas much asthe specified number oflines.The CRT display changes sothat theline searched forisdisplayed atthefirstline ofthedisplay.Whenthe specified number iss...

  • Page 209

    3272-E P-200-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhen specifying the fifth block fromthe edit line:FROGOPERATION EDITGEffi-Al .MIN>£GRING13 G13NO01G00 X80O ISO0 F0.15 M04M42 S250 TQ1Q101N0Q2G42 X2G02100NQ03G01N804N005 G03 XZSOZ 20 LZON006 GDI X26Q2 15NG07N008 G40X275(009 G00 X800zeooN01G2 75X225 2 50210(10...

  • Page 210

    3272-E P-201-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONThis function permitsthe operator toreplace a command (character-string) with anothercommand (character-string) bykeying inthose throughthe keyboard.The edit pointeris placed atthe firstcharacter ofthenew character-string.When the specified character-string cann...

  • Page 211

    3272-E P-202-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhen changing “S_454” in N120 to “S_554”:FROGOPERATION EDITSHAFT.nIN>gSHTlG13Ml00 GOO X300Z 300Ml10 G5QHI20HI30 GOO X 105ZHI40N15GHI60HI70H160 GO0 X 106ZN190H200H210 GDIH220H230begin offilebeg inof file>EXS35G0S454 H41 H03noa92.040 T0202Z90S454 M09...

  • Page 212

    3272-E P-203SECTION 4APPLICATIONThe edit pointerisplaced atthefirst character ofthe line right afterthe deleted lines.Ifthe specifiednumber oflines tobe deleted isso largeas toexceed the finalline ofthat file, allthedata up tothe finalline is deleted. The symbol “l>”indicates the edit line...

  • Page 213

    3272-EP-204-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONTo delete twolines (blocks) fromN006 to N007:Move the cursor tothesequence numberN006.PROGOPERATION EDITGEAR-AI.MIN06R1NG13G13NGG1 GOGX80G Z8GQ FO.15 N04 h42 S250 TG101G1N002 G42 X20QZ1GGN0O3 GOlZ 75X225Z 50N0G5 GO3 X25GZ ZG LZO>S006 GG1X260Z 15H007NQ03 G4Q>...

  • Page 214

    3272-E P-205SECTION 4APPLICATION(4)Copy [F4]The commands inthe specifiednumber oflines (blocks) fromthe edit line identified by "S>”(edit line included) are duplicated in anotherarea ofthe memory.Theedit pointer moves tothe firstcharacter ofthe line followingthe duplicatedblocks.Thedata...

  • Page 215

    3272-E P-206-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhenduplicating blocks fromN006 through N007:Move the cursor tothe sequence numberN006.FROGOPERATION EDITGEfiR-fll.fiINOGRlNG13 G13N0O1 GOQ X30Q Z6O0 FO. 15 1104M42 S250 T01O101NG02 G42X200 2100N003 G01N084Z 75X225 2 50N005 GO3 X2SG2 20 L20>{J0G6 G01 X260 2 1...

  • Page 216

    3272-E P-207SECTION 4APPLICATION(5)Move [F5]Thisfunction permitsthe operator totransfer the data inthe specifiednumber ofblocks fromtheeditingarea.The commands in the specified number oflines (blocks)from the editline identified by“£>” (editline included)are transferred fromthe editingare...

  • Page 217

    3272-E P-208-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhen transferringblocks N006 throughN007:Move thecursor to the sequence number N006.PROGOPERATION EDITGEAR-Al.MNOGRlNG13 G13HOQ1 G0QX800 2600 FG.15 1*104M42 S250 T01O1G1N002 G42 X2O02100H0Q3G01N0O4N0Q5G03 XZ50Z 20 Let)>5006 GDIX260Z 15N007N003 G40X275N009 GOG...

  • Page 218

    3272-EP-209SECTION 4APPLICATION(6)Extract [F6]This functionpermits the operator toinsert the data stored in another memoryarea tothelinebefore theone preceded bythe editline indicatoreach time the WRITE key is pressed.Data stored in anothermemory area isinserted in tothe line(s) before the presen...

  • Page 219

    3272-E P-210-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhen inserting twoblocksofdata inanother memoryarea before N103:(Another memory data)NlllN112G01X220Z190F0.400N101GOON102G01N104N105GOOX800Z200X250Z150F0.300X300X310Z200irMove “S>” toN103 with the cursorcontrolkeys.FP.OGOPERATION EDITGEHR-GI.MIHOGR1MG13 G...

  • Page 220

    3272-E P-211-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(7)Sequence Number Arrange[F7]This function rearrangesthe sequencenumbers ofthe program afterthe completion ofediting.Pressing thefunction key [F7] (SEQ. NO. ARRANGE)begins this function.Procedure:1)Designatethe first line ofsequence number rearrangementoperatio...

  • Page 221

    3272-E P-212-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION4)Pressthe WRITE key.This assignsthe newsequence numbers to the program from N300 up tothe programendsequence (M02, M30, RTS).SHAFT.MINPF. OGOPERATION EDITOSHTlG13N100 GOG X 3QOZ 30QN110 G5QN120N138 GOO X105 Z92.040 TO202N140N150>J3O0N31GN32G GOO X 108Z90N33Q...

  • Page 222

    3272-E P-213SECTION 4APPLICATION(8)Restoration and Preserving ofEdit DataOutline:Thisfunction is useful whenthere is no area tostoretheedited program after finishingprogramedit. First,savethe edited program in memory andthen secureblank areain thebubble memory. Thusthetemporarily saved program ca...

  • Page 223

    3272-E P-214SECTION 4APPLICATION(9)Other Extended FunctionsBymodifying oneportion of aprogram alreadystored inthe bubble memory, such asoutsidediameter, cuttingconditions orother, a new main programcan becreated onthat basewithoutaffectingthe previous program.Follow the steps below:Assume the pro...

  • Page 224

    3272-EP-215-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONOther Program Operation Functions2-3.(1)Entry ofFile Generating DateWhena new fileis registered, or when the program tapewith anew filename is read,it is storedinthe bubble memory withthe assigned date. Therefore,it is necessary to enterthe date ofprogram, if no ...

  • Page 225

    3272-E P-216-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION4)Press the WRITE key.When theentered data is correct, the CRT shows the entered date along with a day ofthe week.Ifthe entered data is not correct,the control requiresthe data again.PROGOPERATION DOTE1990. 1. 4THURSDAYenter date (Y.M.D)!19S0.4.261990. 4.26THURS...

  • Page 226

    3272-E P-217-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)Display ofFile NamesThe operatorcancheck the files stored inthe bubblememory bymaking the CRT displaythem as alist. The list shows the filenames, how each file usesthe memory, and theregistered date.Procedure:1)Select the PROG OPEFtATION mode bypressing the E...

  • Page 227

    3272-EP-218-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION4)The CRTshows the list of files.PROGOPERATION DIRPAGEDIP1SECBYTECHARACTER CATEFILEHHIC00040O03A4O00E00013C000100003700030001G100010O00EB9331990. 4.263161990. 4.36551930. 4.363531990. 4.363351990.4.36SHAFT.MIHMO.MINS.MINSGEAR.SIFGEAR-A1.MIN-DILISTCEXTENDIDATEDIRP...

  • Page 228

    3272-EP-219SECTION 4APPLICATIONExample 3:=DIWRITEAll the filesare displayed. This data entry has thesame effectas ifno datais entered for file name display.Example 4:=DI-???.SUB WRITEAllthe fileshaving a filename with threeor less than threecharacters and possessing the extension SUB are displaye...

  • Page 229

    3272-E P-220-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(3)Display ofAvailable MemoryCapacityTheOSP500L-G has the capacity to storeprogram data up to30 metertape longand theOSP5020L 60 metertape long. However,the available capacity areadecreases asfiles arestored. The control hasthe feature toshow the remainingavaila...

  • Page 230

    3272-E P-221-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(4)ListingSpecified FileAs explained in (2), filenamescan bechecked usingthe function key [F2] (DIR).However,the contentsofthe files cannot be checked. This paragraphdealswith the method used tocheck the contentsofthe file.Procedure:1)Select the PROGOPERATION mo...

  • Page 231

    3272-E P-222SECTION 4APPLICATIONNote 2:When the filename following“=L” is omitted, contentsoffile A.MINaredisplayed.That is, (=L—, [WRITE])= (=L—,A.MIN WRITE)The operator can specify thedevicename used for output.The type of output device andcorresponding codeare as follows:CRT screen. . ...

  • Page 232

    3272-E P-223SECTION 4APPLICATIONPROGOPERATION LISTEntered commentSHAFT-1.MIN,TT:;HIMAIN PROGRAMGEAR KOUTEI 1DATEDIRPIPEDIT| FREELISTIGFCEXTENDI(T~T1(~F~3Hl~F~4~l f~F~5l(~F~6l l~Fÿ~l (~F~8~)Output using anRS232C device is as follows:The entered comment is output oneach outputpage.LBB1:GEAR-1.MINM...

  • Page 233

    3272-E P-224-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(5)Entry ofTimeThecontrol cantime with reference tothe set time, and allow the operator tocheck thetime.This featurecan be effectively used to print the time atwhich the measuring cycle wasexecuted when the machine isequipped with theoptional measuring data prin...

  • Page 234

    3272-E P-225-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONPROGOPERATION TIME1950. 4.26 THURSDAYenter time CH:fl:S)!10:00:G81990. 4.26 THURSDAY10: 0: 01:25: 8TINE| INIT|DELETE |RENAMEPROTECT[EXTEND]f~F~1~] (~F~2~1 f~F~3~)rF~4~1(~F~5~I fF~6~l (~F~7~1(~F~8lTheCRT displays the entered time data including dateand day ofthe ...

  • Page 235

    3272-E P-226SECTION 4APPLICATION(6)Clearing TheEntire Stored DataThis is toinitializethe bubble memory. Besure toinitialize it after turningon the power tothecontrol forthe firsttime aftercontrol tape loading.m The following steperases allthe data stored inthe bubble memory.REMARKSProcedure:1)Sel...

  • Page 236

    3272-E P-227-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(7)DeletingEntire FilesFiles stored inthe bubble memory can be deleted.Procedure:1)Select the PROG OPERATION mode bypressingthe EDIT AUXkey.MODE/92)Press the function key [F8] (EXTEND).3)Press the function key [F3] (DELETE).The prompt“DEL"appears on the c...

  • Page 237

    3272-E P-228-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONFP.OGOPERATION DELETE-EX-DELft.MNdeletedTIf€| INIT|DELETE | PENHMEPROTECTCEXTEND]fF~HfF~ÿ f~F~4l fF~5l rF~TT) fFTl(~F~8lNote 1:Ifthe name of the file tobedeleted isother than A.MIN, designate the filename.When the extension ofa filename isMIN, itcan beomitted...

  • Page 238

    3272-E P-229SECTION 4APPLICATIONNote 4:Option for filedeletionBy specifying “;V" after the name ofthe file tobedeleted, the operatorcan visuallycheck the file nameon the console line ofthe CRT; hecan determine whether thatfileshould be deletedor not.Example:DEL*.*;VPressingthe WRITEkey aft...

  • Page 239

    3272-E P-230SECTION 4APPLICATION(8)RenamingFileThe file name ofthe stored program canbe changed.Procedure:1)Select the PROG OPERATION mode bypressing the EDIT AUXkey.MODE/92)Press the function key [F8] (EXTEND).3)Press the function key [F4] (RENAME).The prompt“R” appearson the console line of...

  • Page 240

    3272-E P-231SECTION 4APPLICATION5)Press the WRITEkey.This completes the change of filename.FROGOPERATION RENPNEEntered data-R SHIL1.SHILZ.NINTir-eINITI DELETEP£t«-£PROTECTt EXTEND:fTTiirÿfTTfrFXi(TÿfT6irr7irF~8iNote 1:When the filename specified is notfound in the bubble memory, themessage...

  • Page 241

    3272-E P-232SECTION 4 APPLICATION(9)Protection ofSpecified RlesThe file specifiedis protected fromunexpected writing, editing, and deletionoperations.Procedure:1)Select thePROG OPERATION mode bypressing the EDIT AUXkey.fi2)Press the functionkey [F8] (EXTEND).3)Press the function key [F6](PROTECT)...

  • Page 242

    3272-E P-233SECTION 4APPLICATION5)Press theWRITEkey.FROGOPERATION PROTECT-EXSHflrr-l.MINSHfiFT-l.MINfile protect finishedINITDELETERENAMECEXTEND3TirePROTECT|fFTinmi F 3 ) (~F~4~1(~F~5l fF~6~|I F 7)(~F~8lThis completesthe file protectionoperation.Note:Memory initialization operation erases file-pr...

  • Page 243

    3272-EP-234-R3SECTION 4 APPLICATION3.Operationin Parameter Mode(1)ParameterTo positionaxes oredit a part program usingthe control, the axis travel range and tapeoutputcodeare predetermined in accordance with the functionsand thespecifications oftheOSP5020L/OSP500L-G and the machine. However, it i...

  • Page 244

    3272-E P-235-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONChuck/Tailstock Spindle Display:P AR AMETERSETNPage1BC=19UT 4IT 1mmA turret* CHJCK/TAILSTOCK BARRIER *LIWRFACEJAW SIZEL1HDl-100.000280.0000.00060.000130.00010.000400.000L2>JAW POSI.CX-CZCZ-D1CENTERL2-cx/2D2-D3D2-6-D3-L1IDp—4 CX/2FACED1CZ-IFSETADDCALITENTITE...

  • Page 245

    3272-E P-236-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION2)Select the type of parameter to set by pressing the functionkey [F6] (ITEMt )or[F7](ITEM);lists of parametersare displayed onthe CRT.@ or(E§Ifnecessary, pressthecategory.key to changethe page within the same parameterPARAMETERSETSHAFT,HIMCISHTl MoP*3e 1BC-28*...

  • Page 246

    3272-EP-237-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION3)Move thecursor tothe desired data position.PARAMETERSETSHAFT.MIN0SHT1 NQPage1BC-47* OPTIONALPARAMETER LONG WORD *NO.NO.NO.NO.3008037Q38589839Q48Q410420130255002612830020141502703002800162017100IB500195122051221022023024402920000030200000315000032200000334000834...

  • Page 247

    3272-E P-23B-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONThis replaces thedata ofthe selected parameternumberwith the newly entered data.TheCRT displays newdata.PARAMETERSETSHAFT,MINOSHTl NPage1EC-47* OPTICm. PARAMETER WORD *NO.NO.NO.NO.19500172504te'S'S]23010QIB02603405019020021BO2220023324200271104100123020209751001...

  • Page 248

    3272-E P-239-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION(3)Parameters Requiring Power ReapplicationThedroop data, theRS232Crelated parameters, etc.require power supply tobeturned offonceand thenturned on againafter settingthe parameterdata. Such parameters arecalled thepowerreapplication parameters.When thesedata is ...

  • Page 249

    3272-E P-240-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONUser Parameter3-1.User parametersare determined depending onthe typeofworkpieces.PAP. AMETEPSETSHAFT.MINOSHTI H0Pa9t1BC-04UNIT lnw* USER PfiRfiMETER *X AZ A1341.774-958.£26£800.000500.0000.010Tafi-340.230H1159.930fi100.0000.010+VfiRIfiBLE LIMT(PROG)-VARIABLE L...

  • Page 250

    3272-E P-241SECTION 4APPLICATIONRelations ofvarious limit positions seton themachine:Emergencylimit positionStroke endlimit positionS'Variable limit position8Cl!LU1 1fr1Iif]ai&IBPositivedirection afZ-axisMachineaeroProgram zeropositionIVariablelimit positionStroke endlimit positionIEmergency ...

  • Page 251

    3272-E P-242SECTION 4APPLICATIONMachine zero&2PVLZM>NVLZPx>PVLZPNVLZM2-L. Q__l' / / // / / / ///ÿ/// /7Program zero positionz4/2Z/Z/:/x///Q_—I///z//////4// / /Turretindexing positionXAxisX-axisZ-axisCRT Display+ VARIABLE LIMIT (PROG)PVLXPPVLZP-VARIABLE LIMIT (PROG)NVLXPNVLZP+ VARIABL...

  • Page 252

    3272-E P-243SECTION 4APPLICATION[ Coordinate System forVariable Soft-limit ]As seen inFig. 4-5,coordinates ofthe soft-limit positions canbe designated both onthecoordinate systems havingthe origin atthemachine zeroor the programzero.Therelationship between the variable soft-limit expressedon thos...

  • Page 253

    3272-E P-244-R2SECTION 4APPLICATION3)If theCRT display is notas shown below, pressthe functionkey [F7] (ITEM)until this displayappears.PARAMETERSETStm.WNGSHTl NoPag*1BC-18LMIT 1mm* USER PPPftrCTER *X ATZ ALiniTCPROG)-VPRIftELE LIMIT (PROG)LlMlT(MftCH)-VftRIftELE LIMIT (MftCH)WOOP DMTPft1341.774-9...

  • Page 254

    3272-E P-245-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONThis sets the current turretpositionas the variablestrokeend position.The CRTdisplays thenewly setdata.PARAMETERSETSHBFT.MINPage1BC-19OSHTi N0USIT 1mm* USER PARftTETER *X ATZ ALIMIT (PROG)-VARIABLE LIMIT(PROG)LIMIT(MACH)-VARIABLE LIMIT(MACH)DROOP DATAA1341.774-9...

  • Page 255

    3272-E P-246-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONb)Numerical DataEntryMethodSetthe variablestroke endpositions whentheir coordinates areknown beforehand:Procedure:MODE1)Selectthe PARAMETER SET mode bypressing thePARAMETER key.nIf theCRT displayis notas shown below, press the function key [F7] (ITEMi) until thi...

  • Page 256

    3272-E P-247-R1SECTION 4APPLICATION4)Pressthe function key [F1] (SET) and enterthe known variable stroke end position data fromthe upper digit through thekeyboard.Example:[F1][7][3][5][.][2][0][0]PARAMETERSETSHWT.IUHOSHT1 N0Page1BC-42UNIT Invn* USERPARAMETER >X AZ ATHWKEzEZZIA-340.220*VARIABLE...

  • Page 257

    3272-E P-248-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONc)Data Renewal MethodThismethod is used forslightly changing the soft-limit data, which has been set.Procedure:1)Selectthe PARAMETER SET mode bypressing the PARAMETER key.MODE/9Ifthe CRT displayis notasshown below, pressthe function key [F7] (ITEM j ) until this...

  • Page 258

    3272-E P-249-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONMSB00000E01®0 (00000HI5)Press the WRITE key.This adds“-15.5” tothe currently stored data,“735.2" in this example, and the result oftheaddition,“719.7” is then stored.735.2 + (-15.5)= 719.7PARAMETERSETSHAFT, MINOSHT1 NQPage1DC-19UNIT 1mm* USER PAR...

  • Page 259

    3272-E P-250SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)ChuckSelection ofchuckID/OD modea)Chuck barrierThe chuck barrier function can setthe inhibited area fortool entryaround the chuck,thatcannotbe setbyvariable soft-limitposition data.Activation ordeactivation ofthechuck barrier functioncan beselected by programmin...

  • Page 260

    3272-EP-251SECTION 4APPLICATION[ Coordinate System forChuck Barrier Setting ]Thechuck barrier is set using the coordinate systemwhich has an origin atthe programzero. Therefore, thechuck barrieris shifted according tothe change of program zerowhich isshifted according tothe change ofworkpiece.Set...

  • Page 261

    3272-EP-252SECTION 4APPLICATION(3)TailstockSelection ofCHUCK/CENTER WORKmodea)Tailstock barrierThe tailstock barrier can setthe inhibited area fortool entry around the tailstock, thatcannotbe set by variablesoft-limitposition data.Activation ordeactivation ofthe tailstock barrier function canbe s...

  • Page 262

    3272-E P-253SECTION 4APPLICATIONSettingProcedure:Thetailstock barriercan be setonly afterthe setting ofthe tailstock and tool offsetare completedwith the setupincludingworkpiece chucking and turretcompleted.After selectingthe manual mode,select the standard tool whichhas azero tool offsetvalue.Mo...

  • Page 263

    3272-E P-254SECTION 4APPLICATIONThe tool kind number isdetermined fromthe tool codeand formcode forindividual tool numbers,and the tool angle. For details, refer toSection 7,“Barrier CheckFunction" inthe ProgrammingManual(PublicationNo. 3277-E).Tool No. (1-12)Tool Code (up to38types)Tool K...

  • Page 264

    3272-E P-255SECTION 4APPLICATIONTable 4-1 ToolKindNumber Selection Chart by Tool Code andForm Code:orm Code (1-4)Tool2341Code (1-26)ROUGH OD(1),2,3,4,5,6(7),8,9(22),23,24,25,26,271ROUGH ID(36),37,38,39,40,41(42)2(46),47,48ROUGH FACEi3(1),2,3,4,5,6(22),23,24,25,26,27(49),50,51ROUGH OD->(10),11,...

  • Page 265

    Table 4-2 Tool Kind NumberSelection Chart byTool AngleToolKindToolKindConditionsRemarksConditionsRemarksNo.No.78°A190°78°A1 S 90°122LA260°A1 < 78°260°A1 < 78°23L54°A1 < 60°, 3°< A2 < 90°354°A1< 60°, 3°< A2< 90°24A1A154° < A1 < 60°, 0° = A2 = 3°A24...

  • Page 266

    3272-EP-257SECTION 4APPLICATION(5)Tool Interference Area(forthe character specification)The procedure to setthetool interferencearea differs dependingon whether the graphicspecificationis selectedor not.Explained belowis the procedure forthe character display specification.The data todefinethe to...

  • Page 267

    3272-E P-258SECTION 4APPLICATIONTOOLDATASETM0Page1A turret* TOOLINTERFERENCE OCCk C*HT»H *UNIT lwnTOOL NO. 1PATTERN NO.PN-PN 1‘ZN-5.000ZP-37.000XN-5.000XP-5.000POINTfPN 2XP•I ZPZNZP ZNXNXN-IF-IF-IFSETPODITEMtITEM!fTTifFÿrFÿ(TÿrFÿ(TÿirFTirF~8~iSetting Procedure:1)Select theTOOL DATA SET ...

  • Page 268

    3272-E P-259-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONSettingProcedure:1)After pressing the PARAMETER key,select theUSER PARAMETER page on the CRT.2)After movingthecursor to“Droop- X”, setthe desired droop amountand press thefunction key [F1] (SET). Then setthe desired amounton Z-axis aftermovingthe cursor to...

  • Page 269

    3272-E P-260-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONSystem Parameter3-3.System parameterarethe parametersdetermined bythe data specific to the respectivemachines.Datashould be setfor turrets A and B, independently.PARAMETERSETSHGFT.MINOSHTl N0UNIT 1mmPage1BC-3F- SYSTEM PiÿRfttTER *Z ATX AO'©LIMIT-STROKEEND LIMI...

  • Page 270

    3272-E P-261SECTION 4APPLICATIONBallscrewMachine zeroAONLZPLZIILimit switchK--BallscrewNLX9WV'vOPLXXAxisX-axisZ-axisCRT Display+ STROKE ENDLIMITPLXPLZ- STROKE END LIMITNLXNLZFig. 4-10Thestroke end limit positions are factory-setand these dataare recordedon theOSPCONTROL CARD.NEVER CHANGE THESE DA...

  • Page 271

    3272-E P-262SECTION 4APPLICATION(2)BacklashBacklash elimination functionserves to compensate forlost motion on each axis when the axisfeeddirection isreversed from the negative tothepositivedirection.That is,the setbacklash compensationvalue is subtracted from the value read by the OSPpositionenc...

  • Page 272

    3272-E P-263-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONProcedure:1)After pressingthe PARAMETER key,selectthe SYSTEMVARIABLEpage ontheCRT.2)Movethecursor to the X (Y)oftheposition encoder offset.3)Setthe data by pressing the function key [F1](SET) (or [F2] (ADD)or [F3] (CAL)).Note 1:0is setforboth X and Z right after...

  • Page 273

    3272-E P-264-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONWhatis “accelerationunit amount”?Onthe OSP5020L/OSP500L-G, automaticacceleration anddeceleration is available forstarting and ending rapid feed ormanual feed.Acceleration ordeceleration means thechange ofunit amountdescribed above.While the axis is at astill...

  • Page 274

    3272-E P-265-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONPARAMETERSETNlPage 10BC-53UNIT lrrvn* SYSTEM PARAMETER *TRAPIDACCEL RAPIDJOGFEEDACCEL JOGFEEDTORGUEVALUE2880102451285-IF-IF-IFSETCHLADDITENTITEM!I F 1II F 21[~F~3~1fF~D l~F~5l HF~61CFTI(THD

  • Page 275

    3272-EP-266-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONOptional Parameter (Long Word)3-4.FAR AMETERSETSFWFT.MINOSHTl N0Page1EC-0D* OPTIONAL PARfÿlETER LONS WORD *NO.NO.HO.NO.1130255002630000370335893390CO041042043104410004504604710000480201420300301502704O16028029200000302CQ0GO315000032200000334000Q34150000355003605...

  • Page 276

    3272-E P-267-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION): O.ymor 0.00001 in. specificationParameterInitialValueMaximumValueMinimumValueDescriptionUnitNo.10111213Pecking amountin drilling cyclefor multi-machiningmodel50010000(100000)141nm(5000)151617200000(2000000)9999999(99999999)1000Jaw dimension L18(10000)200000(2...

  • Page 277

    3272-EP-268-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION() : O-Vm or 0.00001in. specificationParameterInitialValueMaximumValueMinimumValueDescriptionUnitNo.ATC barrier range, XB-axis(LR15M-ATC)9999999(99999999)3400fjtmATC barrier range,ZB-axis(LR15M-ATC)9999999(99999999)3500fim2nd spindle zero shift(set automaticallyw...

  • Page 278

    3272-E P-269-A3SECTION 4APPLICATIONInitialValueMinimumValueMaximumValueParameterDescriptionUnitNo.56575859Interference-freedistance (FTL)099999999060fj.m0999999990Unloading position (FTL)61fim0999999990Loading position (FTL)62/im0999999990Robot answer area (FTL)63Simple tow-along positivelimit099...

  • Page 279

    3272-EP-270-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION< Meaning ofOptional Parameter (Long Word)>Parameter #5Allowableerror in circular interpolationWhen commandingan arc,its centeris dimensioned with reference tothearc startingpoint (S) using I andKwords (Is, Ks).The programmedcoordinatesof the end point (E) ...

  • Page 280

    3272-E P-271-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #8Unit amountof chamferingin thread cutting cycleInthread cutting cycle,thread cuttingis performed inpathQ2andchamfering is performed in pathQ3.Unit amountinpath Q3 is set as aparametricdata.Standard setting is 512 nm/12.8 msecand feedrate in chamferin...

  • Page 281

    3272-EP-272-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONSensor protectiondistanceParameter #24Movable distance afterthe contact with the sensorStandard settingis 0.5 mm.Allowable distance oftouch setterfor measurementParameter #25Allowable moving distancebetween the touch setter measurement start and the contactwith t...

  • Page 282

    3272-E P-273-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONProcedure:1)After pressingthe PARAMETER key,select theOPTIONAL PARAMETER (LONG WORD)page by pressing thefunction key[F7] (ITEMi ).2)Move the cursor tothe data to be set or changed.3)Using the function key [F1] (SET) andthe keyboard switches, setthedesired data.P...

  • Page 283

    3272-EP-274-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #46LAPclearance amount(LAP4 specification)When cutting is performed inthe APmode IV or V with LAP4 specificationmachinemodels,cutting is started afterthe cutting tool hasbeen positioned ata pointwhich isawayfromthe blank material shape by the amount set...

  • Page 284

    3272-EP-275-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONInterference-free distance PD (forFTL-n only)Parameter #53The interference-freedistance between twospindles is set so that they do notinterfereeach other.An alarmoccurs when theactual distancebetween twospindles is smaller thanthe PDvalue.(A-spindle)(B-spindle)PD...

  • Page 285

    3272-E P-276-A3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #60- #63Automatic operation of FTL and robotDuringautomatic operation ofthe FTL and the robot, the Z-axis isadvanced andretracted for loading/unloadingworkpieces. Therefore, completion ofZ-axis positioningat the loadingposition, unloadingposition, and ...

  • Page 286

    3272-EP-277-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONOptional Parameter (Word)3-5.PARAMETERSETSHAFT.MINOSHTI N0P03e 1EC-10* OPTIONAL PARAt-ETERUCCD »NO.NO.NO.NO.259500l?0IB5019020021d10230102802002730283029dO30031C3203dQ11209710012100130Id30155001605066022200230732d08-IB•IF-IFITB1T| ITEM!SETADDCR4_i F 1n F 21mnc...

  • Page 287

    3272-EP-278-R3SECTION 4 APPLICATIONInitialValueMaximumValueMinimumValueParameterDescriptionUnitNo.Feedrate in gauging cycle 1(skip feed)mm/min50050111Zero position forspindleorientation120.1°03599013Tailstock spindle in-positiontimer140.1sec8020000Feedratein gauging cycle 2mm/min200155001Lubrica...

  • Page 288

    3272-E P-279-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONInitialValueMaximumValueMinimumValueParameterDescriptionUnitNo.-RS232C busy time(CNO)3099991secRS232C busytime (CN1)309999351secRS232C busytime (CN2)363099991secRS232Cbusy time (CN3)373099991secRS232C busytime (CN4)383099991secZIP RS232C baud rate (CNO)Baud48001...

  • Page 289

    3272-E P-280-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONInitialValueMaximumValueMinimumValueParameterDescriptionUnitNo.Lower end ofload trace display0195610%Upper end ofload trace display621002005%Automatic setting ofthe firstlimit level63%110200100Automatic setting ofthe secondlimit level64120200100%Percent value at...

  • Page 290

    3272-EP-281-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameterInitialValueMaximumValueMinimumValueDescriptionUnitNo.82Number0161832ndspindle jog speed405001rpm2nd spindleSMW chuckclamptimer8410msec500300002nd spindle SMWchuckunclamp timer8510msec500300002nd spindle chuckingerrordetection air outputtimer860.1sec3060...

  • Page 291

    3272-EP-282SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #2Spindleoscillation speedSpindle oscillation speed can be setin termsof motorspeed.Standard setting is 30rpm.Parameter #3Spindle jogspeedSpindle jogspeed canbe set in termsof motorspeed.Standard setting is 40rpm..Parameter #4Spindle speed override inmachi...

  • Page 292

    3272-EP-283-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #7Powersave timerThe powersave timer setsthe time toactivate thepowersave functions afteronecomplete automatic cycle isfinished with SINGLE BLOCK ineffective, or after machineoperationis stopped due to alarmcondition (type A)incontinuous automatic modeo...

  • Page 293

    3272-EP-284-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONTailstockspindle in-position timerParameter #14Thetailstock spindle advance commandis completed after the in-position signal hasbeeninput.Standard setting is 8seconds.Feedrate ingauging cycleParameter #15This sets the feedrate fromthe approach point tothe contact...

  • Page 294

    3272-E P-285-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #23ATC magazinebacklashFor theATC specification, lost motion ofthe ATC magazineis compensated by settingtheproper backlash amountatthis parameter.ATC magazine zerooffsetParameter #24For theATC specification,the offsetdata used for aligningthe ATC magaz...

  • Page 295

    3272-E P-286-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONSelection of display ofservo processorinternal variablesParameter #32Upper two digits:Display data 1(RSVPVAR1)Lower two digits :Display data 2 (RSVPVAR2)Parameter #34- #38RS232C busy timeDuration oftime towait forthe response afterthe output ofthe request signal...

  • Page 296

    3272-EP-287-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONGauging dataprint device numberParameter #45Thedevice used for printing the gauging data is designated by the number.CNO:(RS232C interface onmain card 13)CN1:CN2:CN3:CN4:PP:Centronics (data board)No. 012(RS232C interface onRS board)345Standard setting is 0.DNC in...

  • Page 297

    3272-EP-288-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONMargin forautomatic determinationParameter #51On the graphicanimated display, when automatically setting thescale fromthe datainthe read part program, this sets the scale expansionratio in reference tothe read-indata. The unitof settingis percent.Standard setting...

  • Page 298

    3272-E P-289-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #58Number of average load monitoring valuecollectionCutting load ofindividual motorsis calculatedas the average ofthe number ofdata setswhich is preset atthis parameter.Since data is collected atintervals of 12.8msec, anaveragevalue of cuttingload is c...

  • Page 299

    3272-E P-290-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONAutomatic setting ofthesecond limit levelParameter #64Thesecondlimit level inthe automatic settingmode of the load monitoring iscalculatedbythe followingequation:SettingvalueReferencelevel (%)(max.valuewithin monitoring part)= Secondlimit level (%)x100Parameter ...

  • Page 300

    3272-EP-291-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONThenumber of bytesin a block in the programreversetransmission operation usingDNC-B protocol AWhen transmitting theNC program tothe host computer inprotocol A, this parameterdesignatesthe number ofbytes atthedata portion of[DAT] command. That is,the unitsof datat...

  • Page 301

    3272-EP-292-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONPost-process gauging:RS232C method/sizecatcher method device numberParameter #78TheRS232C channel which isused forgauging is set by the number.Setting:0:CNO: (RS232C interfaceon main card 13)1:CN1: (RS232C interfaceon RS board)2:CN2: (RS232C interface onRS board)...

  • Page 302

    3272-EP-293-R3SECTION 4APPLICATION2nd spindle oscillation speedParameter #87The 2ndspindle (subspindle, pickoff spindle)oscillation speed is setin termsof motorspeed.Torque monitoring delay timeParameter #88When aworkpiece is transferred between the mainspindle and the 2ndspindle (subspindle,pick...

  • Page 303

    3272-E P-294SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #95LR15M-ATC magazinerotation signal outputpositionThis parametersets the position where the magazine rotation output signal isturned offbythe number of parts (encoder value)in reference tothe magazinepositioning pin INposition.Parameter #96LR15M-ATC maga...

  • Page 304

    3272-E P-295-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONOptionalParameter (Bit)3-6.PARAMETERSETSHAFT .niNOSHTl H0PageBC-261* OPTIONALPARAMETER BIT *NO.76543210lEJlOllOOO2000000OO300000010401100001500000000600000000700000000800000000900000000101111111111000000001200110010NO.76543210001100100011001000110010001100100111...

  • Page 305

    3272-EP-296-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONbitbit 7bit 6bit 5bit4bit 3bit 2bit 1bitONo.Tapespecialcode alarmTape readverilyTapedelimiter %(ER) codeTape codeparityrecognitionTape codeType specialcode ignoreTape specialcoderead1Tape TV checkISOOutputspacecode insteadot NULL codewhenpunchingVerilydataoutput ...

  • Page 306

    3272-E P-297-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONbitbit 7bit 6bit 5bit 4bit 3bit 2bit 1bit 0No.<-RS232C (CN1:)DCcodecontrol*Readysignal no"13Parity checkyes*File namereadDCcodecontrol type 2*Even parity*Stopbit 1bit"8bit JIS*<-RS232C (CN2:)DCcodecontrol*Readysignal no*14File namereadDC codecont...

  • Page 307

    3272-EP-298-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONbitbit 7bit 6bit5bit 4bit 3bit 2bit 1bit 0Wo.EIA code patterntobe replacedwith ASCII"= " code<-26EIA code pattern tobereplaced with ASCII•I•M code27EIA code patterntobereplacedwith ASCIIu [ " code<-28EIA code pattern tobe replacedwith ASC...

  • Page 308

    3272-E P-299-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONbitbit 7bit 6bit5bit 4bit 3bit 2bit 1bit 0No.<ÿInterlock at A turretZ-axis interferenceposition (FTL)41151614131211109<-Interlock atA turret Z-axisinterference position (FTL)4278564321Switchingthehighpressurecoolant output0—1 st spindle1—2ndspindleSMW...

  • Page 309

    3272-E P-300SECTION 4APPLICATION< Meaningof Optional Parameter (bit)>Parameter #1Program operationBit 0 •••Tape CodeISOBit 1— Tape codeparity recognitionBits “0"and “1" are used tospecify the coding systemof tapepunch outand tape verify.Bit 1Bit 0OperationConditionAInt...

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    3272-E P-301-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 3— Program end code, %or ER (Program delimiter)“%" or “ER” code canbeused as adelimiter of programs on a tapeinsteadof usingfeedholes.Bit 3OperationConditionAThecontrol accepts “%”or “ER" codeasthe delimiter ofaprogram.0B1Thecontrol a...

  • Page 311

    3272-E P-302SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #2Automatic operationBit 0Singleblock reading inEvenwhen the operation is executedin theSINGLE BLOCK mode,blockscontainingonly the commands not calling for actualmachine operation(NOEX command) arecontinuously executed tothe block that contains theactual ...

  • Page 312

    3272-EP-303-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 5Verifydata output atpunching out in DNC-A modeThis specifies whetherthe data for verifying is tobe output or notafter punchoutin theDNC mode.= 0Not output=1OutputStandard setting is 0.Bit 6Output of only LF forrecord end code= 0CR, LF output= 1Only LF output...

  • Page 313

    3272-E P-304SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 5- Addition oftool offset or toolnose Rcompensationvalue exceeding 1mm (or0.1 inches)(optional parameter (word) No. 33)is effective or ineffective= 0Ineffective (whenexceeding 1 mm)=1Effective (evenwhen exceeding 1mm)Designation ofinfeed pattern inthe M75 modeT...

  • Page 314

    3272-EP-305SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 5Alarmoccurrence bytool life expiration= 0Cycle stop= 1Stop byalarm BStandard setting is 1.Bit 6 •*•Holding externallyinput variable= 0No processing=1External outputs41through 48are available withexternal input 1through 8turnedon.Standard setting is 1.Bit 7A...

  • Page 315

    3272-E P-306SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 6— Creation of gaugingdata print file= 0Printout ondevice specified by parameter(word)No. 45= 1File createdBit 7MOP specification= 0MOP specification notexecuted=1MOP specificationexecutedParameter #6Data related with cyclestartingBitO- Program startmode requ...

  • Page 316

    3272-E P-307SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 6Overloadalarmin toollife management= 0No alarm=1AlarmoccursBit 7MOP tool life managementcombined use= 0Combined use= 1Not combineduseParameter #7Data relatedwith spindle rotation directionin spindleorientationSpindle orientation by M03= 0No processing= 1Afters...

  • Page 317

    3272-EP-308SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 7Dummy toolinterlock cancel= 0Analarmoccurs if the axis is moved without dummy tool foreither Lor Mtoolon turret A= 1Axis movementwithout dummy tool possibleStandard setting is 0.Parameter #8MSBDisplay ofMSB= 0No display= 1MSB display atprogram selectionStandard...

  • Page 318

    3272-E P-309-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 7 •••Coupleddevice program selection without confirmationThis bit dataallows the program tobe selected without confirmation whenaprogram selection commandis given to the coupled device.In this case, bysetting“1” tothis bit, the program actuallysele...

  • Page 319

    3272-E P-310-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #10Datarelated withgraphic animated displayThis specifies whetherthe display element onthe graphic animated displayin theoperation mode is tobe displayedor notforindividual displayelements.Bits 0 through 7= 0Corresponding display element is not display...

  • Page 320

    3272-E P-311-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONBits 5and 6IBM formatdata code= 00 ISO= 01EBCDIC=10 ASCII=11 EBCDICStandard settingis 00.Bit 7— File end codeThis specifies thefileend codein file output in IBM format.= 0NULL=1%Data related withcommunication channel CN0: (channel 0)(Standard settingis 1foronl...

  • Page 321

    3272-E P-312-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 7File nameread= 0Filename notreadwhen data is read= 1File nameis readwith the dataData related withcommunication channel CN1: (channel 1)Parameter #13Data related with communicationchannel CN2: (channel 2)Parameter #14Parameter #15Data relatedwith communicat...

  • Page 322

    3272-E P-313-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONSpindlejog operation,NC work counter,display ofactualpositionParameter #19Bits 0 through 2Spindle jog= 0Spindle jog notcarried out during air blow= 1Spindle jogcarried out duringair blowBit 0At M89Bit 1At M51Bit 2At M155Spindle does notstopwith M02,M30, MOO,or M...

  • Page 323

    3272-E P-314-R2SECTION 4APPLICATIONSpindle jogwhile air blowdesignatedby M127 isactive.0=Spindle jogs1=Spindle does notjogSpindle jog while airblow designated by M219isactive.0=Spindle jogs1=Spindledoes not jog= 0C-axis feedrate for contour generation facingis automaticallylimited.= 1C-axis feedr...

  • Page 324

    3272-E P-315-R1SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #25Related totouch setterThis specifies thesensor tobe referenced to.(When theposition ofthe referencesensor has changed,thevariation amountshould be added tothe sensor onthe otherside. Addition is notcarried out if it is notthe reference sensor.)Senso...

  • Page 325

    3272-E P-316-R3SECTION 4 APPLICATIONParameter #33Touch setter arminterlockThis sets theON/OFF stateof interlocks when thetouch setterarm advances orretracts.= 0Interlocks checked=1Interlocks releasedConditions:Bit 0Spindle stopBit 1Tailstock at retract endBit 2Chuck unclampBit 3Z-axis atpositive ...

  • Page 326

    3272-E P-317-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONBit 5 •••With the post-process gauging cycle using the RS232C, themethod todesignate the gauging number is set.= 0Direct designationmethod= 1Indirect designation methodBits 6and 7Whether or notthe mirror image functionisactivated in the Z-axis directionfor...

  • Page 327

    3272-EP-318-A3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #35Bit 003and 04ofEC extended inputscreenBit 103and 04ofEC extended output screenBit 2through 4The followingconditions onbit 2, 3,and 4are recognizedas the interlockcondition when thetouch setter arm advancing/retracting/sliding.M-tool spindle stopincom...

  • Page 328

    3272-E P-319-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #37Parameter relatedwith ATC arbitrary operationand FDOSBit 0 •••LR15M-ATC arbitraryoperation= 0Normal operation mode (ATC arbitraryoperation ineffective)= 1Arbitraryoperation mode (ATCarbitrary operation effective)Bits 1through 5•••Not use...

  • Page 329

    3272-E P-320-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONAdditionalair blow 1M51/M50Additionalair blow 2M155/M154Additionalairblow 3M127/M126Additionalairblow 4M219/M218Air blowMB9/M88Parameter (bit)No. 38bitObit 1bit 2bit 3bit 4Parameter (bit)No. 39bitObit 1bit 2bit 3bit 4The following tablesshow the combination of p...

  • Page 330

    3272-E P-321-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONNote 2:Spindle jogmotion by air blow which isactivated by turning on parameterbitdata isdependent onthe combination of parameter (bit) No. 38,bit 0 tobit 4and parameter (bit) No. 39,bit 0 tobit 4.Spindle jog motion is notperformed when parameter bit data is OFF....

  • Page 331

    3272-E P-322-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter #39Bit 0through 4Refer tothe explanation for optional parameter (bit) No. 38,bit 0 to bit 4.Parameter #40Parameter relatedwith high-speed turret (for adjustment)Bit 0When “1” is set,the turret can be rotated only inthe low-speed mode, at aspeed whi...

  • Page 332

    3272-E P-323-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameterrelated with 2nd spindle orientationParameter #43Bit 0and 1Availability anddirection of 2nd spindleorientation (subspindle, pickoffspindle)is set.Refer toParameter #7.NotusedSwitchingthe high pressure coolant output= 01st spindleside= 12nd spindle sideD...

  • Page 333

    3272-E P-324-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONParameter relatedwith spindle jogwhile 2ndspindle air blowisactive= 0Spindle does not jog.=1Spindle jogs.Air blow designated byM89Airblow designated by M51Air blow designated by M155Airblow designated by M127Whetheror not the 2nd spindle stopswhen MOOor M01is de...

  • Page 334

    3272-E P-325-R3SECTION 4APPLICATIONThe following tables show the combination of parameterbitdata andEC output positionsforcoolant.OutputPatternParameter (bit)No. 47Parameter(bit)No. 47M08/M09M145/M144Ml75/M174“1"“0"1stspindlecoolant1stspindleadditionalcoolant 11stspindleadditionalco...

  • Page 335

    3272-E P-326-A2SECTION 4APPLICATIONTurret Indexing AngleWith theLB15-II , the turret indexing angle canbe set usingthe turret indexing angle settingscreen.Sincea turret indexing angle is initially set by Okuma prior tothe shipment, do not attempt to change3-7.it.Note:The set value iscompensated a...

  • Page 336

    3272-E P-327-A3SECTION 4APPLICATIONSpindle Control Parameter3-8.The spindle control parameter setting screen is provided formachine models equipped with the high-precision VAC spindle motor. Prior totheshipment fromthe Okuma,optimal valvesare initially set atspindlecontrol parameters.Do not chang...

  • Page 337

    3272-E P-328-A3SECTION 4APPLICATIONSpindle Control Parameter ListEffectiveCommandContentsNo.Setting RangeUseData FormatAcceleration/decelerationprocessing forthespindle controlmodeSpindlecontrolacceleration/decelerationunit amount0.001°/12.8 msec or0.0001°/12.8 msec0toSET, ADD14294967295Spindle...

  • Page 338

    3272-E P-329-A3/ESECTION 4APPLICATIONEffectiveCommandSettingRangeContentsNo.UseData Format52 x KV valuePosition controlSET,ADD1 to 65535KV value21Torque feed forward fortheC-axisTorque feedforwardamountSET, ADD0 to 204722TolerancecontrolSET, ADD6.4msec x nTpmaximum1 to25623TolerancecontrolSET,ADD...

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    LIST OF FUBLIlCATDOINISPublication No.DateEdition3272-E-R1September 1990July 1991November 1 991January 1 9937thA613*3272-E-R28th3272-E-R310thA614*3272-E-R411thThis manual maybe atvariance with the actual productdue tospecificationordesign changes.Please also notethat specifications are subject to...

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