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    3462-E P-1SECTION 1SPECIFICATIONSSECTION 1SPECIFICATIONS1.Machine SpecificationsDescriptionUnitItemWith APCWith rotary tableMAX.MACHINING CAPACITYmm (in.)560 x 460 x 510(22.05 x 18.11 x 20.08)TRAVEL560 (22.05)X-axismm (in.)mm (in.)460 (18.11)Y-axis510 (20.08)2-axismm (in.)Spindle center totable (...

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    3462-E P-2SECTION 1SPECIFICATIONS!DescriptionUnitItemWithAPCMOTORWith rotary tableVAC 11/7.5 (15/10) (30min/cont.)kW(hp)Spindle driveAC 2.2 (3)kW (hp)Hydraulic powerunitkW (hp)AC 2.4 (3.2) servomotorX-axisfeedkW (hp)AC 2.4 (3.2) servomotorY-axisfeedAC 3.6 (4.8) servomotorkW (hp)Z-axis feedTable i...

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    3462-E P-3SECTION 1SPECIFICATIONSDimensional Drawing2.RotaryType 2-pallet APC &32-tool ATCiJhJ1w.l,-5SIE51=t3ZD82'm “_oas,;I---T'.ti-• 1_i_: JiCDsi'I~ is*aIi.ia!ACNONS23L_.3§M(\_(9£rZ0l)009Z--u_iu.'(srtr8) OHZ.I1 U9'SE) OC6U-(Z9EZ) 009<Z0‘frZ)0L9riCO CMco® inCMaeroe)ozz!/1osT-slcn...

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    //////////////to, iPower cableinlol2,040 (80.31) tolloor level 30KVAoSSo;V)1650161.02)960 (37,60)A750 (29.63)>8u83oaV)D)ISplash guardoulline*<610(1.97)t120.08)1 60Z-axis travelTranslormoror MOPlool (optional)X03F55II/\Cl)nCNT3ilRotary typo2-pallot APCII\2360 (92.91)CD\260Inoms(0OIIoroI3*0Ie...

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    )3479-E P-1SECTION 1OUTLINE OF OSP5020M SERIES3SECTION 1OUTLINE OF OSP5020MSERIES1.Special Features ofOSP5020M SeriesBased on theOSP series thathas an outstanding productionrecord as aCNC all over the world,theOSP5020M series isa high-performance computerizednumerical control systemthat functions...

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    3479-E P-3SECTION 1OUTLINE OFOSP5020M SERIES3.Structure ofOSP5020MThis section outlines theoverall structure of theOSP5020M. For further information, consult the fol¬lowing sections ofthis manual.Section 2. 3.“Operationand Structure of theNO"Section 3,“Trouble and Troubleshooting"C...

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    3479-E P-5SECTION 1OUTLINE OF OSP502QM SERIES43Control Enclosure3-8.Arranged in a single enclosure are theCPU. drive unit, relay magnetic circuits, spindle motordriveunit and others.The totally enclosed construction providesreliable protection againstthe entry of oil mist, chips,dust and dirt, en...

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    3462-E P-40SECTION 4OPERATIONSV2.Manual Operations2-1.Turning ON/OFFPower(1)Turn the lever switch ofthe circuit breaker atthe upper right oftherear side of the NOcontrolenclosure totheON position. This turnson power tothe control system.Ifpower is notsupplied, check the shop powerboard.1;®;,r1:A...

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    3462-E P-38SECTION 4OPERATIONSJ' ‘r-fJ t> p l/)£Ud,NC-STATUSf&t-:-MODE-00000000000000000000000000000000SKI HSMB0'3@@ USEE 000mmms 000 i®i0000IP/''iprf0 <00000000-OKUMA-0SP5020M-t=: cranATicn-ArcortmiCD,- AXrtMLICT _____________ __BHHSBBSDBS BEDS00SBBB0SEEEBB 0BB0B-OJ/.Jr MGJU_ ____=...

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    (/)moHOOptional' Optional*Optional*Optional*OptionalTJoCD—iWZ)o5 0o ooooTEl,DNC/n30)PUNCHER3\ /BUFFERCOMMUNICATIONX /OPERATIONREACTEMG.STOPOPERATIONEND MODEHOURMETERS’CDooo1no /\oS [RIAL1 PARALLELTTioO.PIIPOWERONIPOWEROFFO:ZER.LIGHT,miZD§i>ooOHt)ooo5o3MoX2AC lOOVlÿliQERROR LIGHTAUTO POWE...

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    3462-E P-37SECTION 4OPERATIONSOlMGMANUALOooMANUALMANUAL TOOL CHANGEINTOMANUALINT@Q TOOLCHANGE CYCLECONSTANTINDEX.CHIP CON.C°Oor— INDEX START—,O ccwFORWARDTOOL CLAMPCWoAsf*1REVERSEINDEX STOPoC°IT TOOL UNCLAMP»RESTARTDOORINTERLOCK©(EMG. STOPooooChip ConveyorOperation PanelManual Tool Change...

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    3462-E P-39SECTION 4OPERATIONSP'«TJLh<-A'*'1-P# // t-f C_A.AA/)«.PALLET FORM POSITIONWORKPIECE SETUP COMPLETIONAPC OPERATIONoo©©SETUP COMPLETIONCYCLE STARTREATARTMANUAL INT.OFFON©EMG. STOPRESETSLIDE HOLDRotary Type 2-pallet APC Operation Panel/(Front rightside ofthe splashguard)i-

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    3462-E P-42SECTION 4OPERATIONS2-2.Emergency StopWhen it becomes necessary tostopthemachine immediately duringany of the MANUAL,AUTOandMDI modes,press the red EMG. STOPbuttonon any ofthe following operationpanels.Control power is shut offand themachine stops immediately.An EMG.STOP buttonis provid...

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    1!i3462-E P-41SECTION 4OPERATIONS*(3)Set the key-lock typeNO paneloperation selection switch tothe“UNLOCK" position.ii-5;«'l»1*T*T«T-1!f-TÿwT0T0r]NtwTRTiTfTgmV66HITT5WPT|priririrwirÿir>T|W-CCUMA-NC PANELUNLOCKiWoLOCKrmiÿRSHFÿtqnFHl[recum BSEjQBEiSBiHBi!02§®p|ioiIndicating lamps...

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    3462-EP-43SECTION 4OPERATIONSLubrication Switch2-3.(1)When control poweris turned on,thelubrication timer in thecontrol systemstarts timing. Thecentralized lubricating unit pump operates atintervals seton thetimer toautomatically feedlubricating oil toeachof lubricating points.The pumpoperation i...

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    3462-E P-44SECTION 4OPERATIONSRotatingSpindle byHand (Spindle Release)2-4.I(1)Itis often required torotatethe spindleslightly while the spindle is ata still, for examplewhenaligning the cuttingtooi tothe workpiece, manual removal and setting of a cuttingtool fromand to the spindle, andinspection ...

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    3462-E P-45SECTION 4OPERATIONSI— CAUTIONa1Neverpress the RELEASE key while touching thespindleor acuttingtool.Before pressing thisRELEASE key, check tobesure that'thetool inthespindle will notinterfere with theworkpiece, fixtureor anything elseon thetable, evenwhen starts rotating.The operator ...

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    3462-E P-46SECTION 4OPERATIONSSpindle Orientation(1)Spindle orientation is carried out to clampthe spindle after indexing it to adefinite angularposition. Rotation of thespindle is made by the spindle drive motor and,therefore,thespindleorientation is controlled electrically.(2)Conditions for Ope...

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    3462-E P-47SECTION 4OPERATIONSI— WARNING(1)Nevertouch the spindle while in thespindle orientation mode.(2)The spindleshould stop atthefirstorientation position while rotatingin theforward direction. However,it might rotate twotothree turns.If a rotating torqueis applied to thespindle right afte...

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    3462-E P-48SECTION 4OPERATIONS2-6.Clamp/Unclamp ofTool in SpindleThe machine has manual tool change buttons tomanuallyremove a tool set in the spindle aytheATC or to manually set a tool, which cannot behandledby the ATC, in thespindle.Atool set in thespindleis drawninto the spindle bymeans ofthe ...

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    3462-E P-49SECTION 4OPERATIONSManualTool Change Operation Panel0 MAMJAL TOOL CHANGEWhile the TOOLCHANGE CYCLEbuttonisonand the spindledrive key is located in thehorizontal direction, the indicatinglamp willflicker.While the TOOL CHANGE CYCLE buttonis onand the spindledrive keyis located in the ve...

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    3462-E P-54SECTION 4OPERATIONS;Spindle Speed Selection2-8.)Themachine is not equipped withcontrols for manually selecting the spindle speed.The spindle speedis changed by adirect 4-digit S-codedcommand enteredeither as a tapedcommand or through the MDI keyboard.The diagrams showing the relationsh...

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    3462-EP-55SECTION 4OPERATIONSISpindle Speed- Torque/Output Diagram2-9.I(11/7.5kW (15/10hp) Motor, 7,000 rpmStandard Specification)I3027 m-kg. (30min)_(195.3 ft-lb)18.3 m-kg. (COnt.)T-N\;20\3\(132.36 ft-lb)\T515!\\11kW (15HP) (30 min)/1010\\~\I/\7.5 KW (10HP)(cont.)\/7\E/7\B/\/\555=£./\/\/CT31\£...

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    3462-E P-56SECTION 4OPERATIONS">iSpindleStart (CW/CCW)/Stop Operation2-10.)(1)Since themachine has been designed to carry outcutting according to theprogrammedcommands (enteredthrough a tape or the MDI keyboard), only the controls for spindleCW/CCW rotation and spindle stop areused and th...

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    3462-E P-57SECTION 4OPERATIONS(5)Operationmsn*Q.QQQO.QODQooooaooanoonnaoifib;m5E000S0B01ro?w>\Note:Pressing theSPINDLE STOPswitch stopsthe spindle by a brake applied tothespindledrive motor.r—CAUTION*fSwitching theCNC operation mode does notaffect thespindlerotation conditions.When theRESET ...

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    (?•/A*F-Id Vf -T~8lVl3C<"ffl H CC.3462-E P-58SECTION 4OPERATIONS;Axis Nomenclature andAxis Feed2-11.1(1)Axis nomenclature onmodel MC-400H isindicated below.tyQ ) rO [_(+)tv(°Dz(+)XM15M16as+directionMovementRightwardTable left/right movementX-axisUpwardSpindlehead up/down movementY-axis...

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    3462-E P-59SECTION 4OPERATIONS(3)RapidTraverse Operation Procedurea)Select theaxis tobe movedwith the AXISSELECTswitches.Check tobe sure that the lamp is on.ftMANUALrafr./—«A*IO—vHgTjTWMk.m MBBEEDEE'W.*SCBSMMt0 30 SOnob)Select thedesired rapid feedrateoverride percentage from 0, 1,5,10, 30, ...

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    3462-E P-60SECTION 4OPERATIONS's(5)Manual Cutting Feed Operationa)Select theaxis tobe moved with the AXIS SELECT switches.'),- *M"»JOC-.Check to be sure that the lampis on,ftMANUAL\,- AXISSELECT—*0000I-ÿ00asTrr;|n||o|N,||ZTO|ÿWr©iBBSCBBlDEfiiiJOSSlm-00 eggs®#sQJOGSPIEDwwUrwiv/mml“30...

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    3462-E P-63SECTION 4OPERATIONSManualPulse Feed2-12.The pulse handle will be effectivelyused forfeeding anaxis by a relatively shortdistance atalowfeedrate in such as aligning acutting tool toa workpiece and manually infeeding anaxis in atrialcut.(1)Conditions for OperationsThe MANUAL mode has bee...

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    3462-E P-64SECTION 4OPERATIONS'XRotating the pulse handleclockwise feeds the axis in the positive (+) direction andcounterclockwise rotation feeds the axis in the negative (—) direction.)Pulse handleOne turn ofthe pulse handle generates 100 pulses.The pulse handleunit is removable from the pend...

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    3462-EP-67SECTION 4OPERATIONS(2)Operationa)InMANUAL ModePress theCOOLANT key on the main operation panelfor the coolantpump motorto startoperating todeliver coolant.To stop thecoolantsupply,press theswitch again.EEWMJCMTTT00000000rrmOggnrm essQBEEieEe BEb) In theAUTO andMDI ModesM08 Coolant Pump ...

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    J3462-E P-79SECTION 4OPERATIONSOperation End Lamp/BuzzerandAutomatic Power Shutoff (optional)2-23.)Nate:Therevolving beaconsareOperationend indicating lampRevolving beacon (Patlighl)SKH-100E (Sasaki)Red and yellow, 1 pc.each100VAC (Bulb:12 V,5 W)Bulb life: 200 hrE3509-2B4-001_E3509-284-002 /-’m...

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    3462-E P-80SECTION 4OPERATIONSTable Indexing OperationThe machine is notequipped with table indexing manual switches,and tableindexing operationisperformedby thecommands entered through thekeyboard or a tape.Minimum inputincrement (0°B360°)2-24.5°index increment type5 deg:1° index increment t...

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    3462-E P-81SECTION 4OPERATIONSDoor Interlock Release/Restart Operation2-25.ooEUREADYEMG.STOPOoPOWERON IPOWEROFFODOOR INTERLOOKRELEASERESTARTDOOR INTERLOOKRELEASEOoRESTART(EMG.STOPOOIfthemachine door atthe side of the main operation panelis opened,operations suchasaxis feedand spindle rotation are...

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    *zAutomatic tool change unitO3CDColumn=32.ATC magazinecuMain operation panelcsSpindle0ZRTT~~1/Control boxTable*idalary type 2-pallet APCDCDmOOzCDm§1.O _•Chip conveyorBed

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    Machine lifting accessories (front) (2places)Machine lifting accessories (rear) (2places)Clamping fixturefor bed and column (2 places)Clampingfixture forcolumn andspindlehead (2 places)Pallet clamping fixture12•?34523415co4mOdOztoLi>zHoczo>zIozCO2I—IHt=i_____J_..rndo&%Tzl+l+ss> m...

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    3462-E P-19SECTION 2HANDLING ANDINSTALLATION OF MACHINE7-3.Levellingthe MachineSince machine levelgreatly affects machining accuracy andservice life, the machine should becarefully levelled duringinstallation.Use precisionlevels (0.02 mm/mper division) tomeasure themachine level.Level themachinea...

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    3462-E P-20SECTION 2HANDLING AND INSTALLATION OF MACHINEPlacethe stemofthe dial indicator fixed on the spindle ontothe table andmove the column(Z-axis) or the table (X-axis) toconfirm thelevel ofthetable.Set a test bar in the spindle andplacethe stemof thedial indicator fixed onthetable onto thet...

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    tihee t No. ITESTCHARTforMACHINING CENTERMessrs.VType ofMachine:Nominal Size!Serial No. ofMachine:M C- 4 0 0 H00 85MAY111992Date:,ACCURACYTESTUnit : mmTest tobe AppliedPermissible Error(Reference J1S Std)ActualNo.ItemIllustrationResult1Straightness ofcolumn motion in0.02/monfull stroke, (0.04/m )...

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    ilu ljUUi.MU.(Reference JIS Std)ItemIllustrationResult3Straightness ofspindleheadmotionin Y-axisdirec tion:0.005MT0.003onX-Yonfull strokeplane(0.01 per500 )0.005jrrfonY-Zonfull stroke0.003plane£=iJ(0.01 per500 )T4Squareness ofeach axis motionwith respecttoother axis motion:>X-axis0.008 per300...

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    I_ Sheet; No.,1Permissible ErrorActual(Reference JIS Std)Test tobe AppliedNo.ItemIllustrationResult6Runout of spindle innertapper:0.004atfixed end oftestbar(0.008 )0.0030.01atfreeend (300point) of testbar(0.02 )r1--—-h0.0107Parallelism ofab0.008 per300(0.015 per 300)0.006table Z-axisdirection m...

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    Test tobe AppliedPermissible ErrorActualNo.(Reference JIS Std)ItemIllustrationResult11Positioning accuracy± 3a+ 3"I(30 ")12Repeatability± 2"+ 2“(±10 ")13Straightness ofpallet uppersurface0.006 per400onX-Y0.006Concave onlyplane(0.015 per500)k<===:=y0.006 per400onY-Z0.00...

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    Teattobo AppliedPermissible ErrorActualNo.(Referenda JIS Std)ItemIllustrationResult16Waviness of pallet uppersurface60.01 per4000.008r(0.025 per 500)Parallelism ofX-axismotionwith respecttodatum surfaceon edge locator17o=0.008 per2000.007IT•».[p=(0.015 per 300)18Distance between datumFixturems...

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    ndciij.no.Horizontal nacnimngCenterDate: MAY 11 1992PERFORMANCETESTWORKINGACCURACY TEST (1)Unit: mmPermissibleError(Reference JIS Std)ActualResultNo.Item and IllustrationCutting conditions1Boring accuracyCuttingtool:Carbide tipMaterial: JISFC25 CastironSpindle speed:500rpmCutting speed:Approx.100...

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    Heraand IllustrationCuttingconditionsNo.(Reference .1IS Std)Result5Accuracy in side facecutting with endmillCuttingtool: Carbide tipendmillMaterial: JISFC25 CastironSpindlespeed:800rpmCutting speed:Approx.80m/mLn!Parallelism:V0.01 per1600.005Depth of cut:0.1 mmWidth of cut:20 mm(-(-(0.03 per300 )...

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    iII2000111-(4)2000I5|-1000-(13)--1131- 1000200200-7Y50-(2)-B—-4—(3):-171-00)50161g|* >YXMaintenance(8)— Fiaquancy/-0)—Mn-B-(12)-XHis<rS3\oJ6>a]rfAS F?EK]FT\comoj>-<g-Drain poilOSpindlohoadCooling UnilConlralizcdLubrication UnilTool ClmnijoArmATCDoor2Machine ComponentHydraul...

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    I3462-E P-23SECTION 3 PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOR OPERATION1-1-2.1°/5° Table2000h1000200Maintenance Frequency•50-- 8-1ill g*4 ,(1)Ti(2)w3?72Pi f\iT>- Drain port\Machine ComponentTable GearboxActionPoint No.1Symbol ofAction1NzfL _Actiontureofy>TCheck50ReplenishClean or ReplaceChange2000Lu...

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    3462-EP-24SECTION 3 PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOR OPERATION1-1-3.NC Rotary Table2000h1000Maintenance Frequency20050-- 8-]|-Hi-- | II l?9V Ot(1)Ic-p ?5*(2)I-SL-5T1=TC— Drain portl|Machine ComponentTable Gearbox;l"Action Point No.21Symbol ofActionJL:•IMNature ofActionTI-Check50ReplenishClean ...

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    3462-E P-25SECTION 3 PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOROPERATION1-2.Lubrication SymbolsMeaningRemarksSymbolOil LevelReplenish,3 1 CChanget#Pressure Gaugekgf/cm2ThermometerAClean or change filterelements.Check filter elementcondition(cleanliness).OilFilter.Check flow ofoil throughwindow, gear, rotary ring...

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    3462-E P-26SECTION 3PREPARATION OFMACHINE FOR OPERATIONLubricating Oil Specifications1-3.ShellMobilCodeEssoApplicationTetraOil 32DTE Oil LightCB32Unipower 32GearsTetraOil 68DTE OilHeavyMediumUnipower 68CB68Omala Oil 150Gear Oil 629CC150Spartan EP150FC2Tetra Oil 2VelociteNo. 8BearingFC10Spinesso 1...

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    3462-EP-27SECTION 3PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOR OPERATION(Methods ofLubrication and InspectionHydraulic Power Unit2.2-1.Pressure gauge forcounterbalancePressure gauge/ 4,JFiller porte0ThermometerThermostatDrain portOil level gaugecOil SpecificationHM32Typical Brand: Mobil DTE 24Oil LightQuantity45l...

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    3462-E P-28SECTION 3PREPARATION OF MACHINEFOR OPERATIONSpindlehead Lubricating Oil Cooling UnitThe lubricatingoil cools the spindlehead.The lubricatingoil in the tankis pumped and fed tothespindlehead through thelubricating oilcoolingunit.2-2.P(5PCondenser fan (3 places)PFiler port\Oil level gaug...

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    3462-E P-29SECTION 3 PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOR OPERATION('2-3..CentralizedLubrication UnitThecentralized lubrication unit,mounted atthe side of the magazine, feeds lubricating oil totheguideways. When poweristurned on,theunit pump operates at a predeterminedtimeinterval toprovideanintermittent s...

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    3462-E P-30SECTION 3PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOR OPERATIONrTable (Pallet) Drive GearboxThetable or the palletisdriven by thecombination of theworm andworm wheel. If theyare notlubricated well,theservice life willbe considerably shortened due torapid wearofthem. Therefore,thelubricating condition of...

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    3462-E P-31SECTION 3PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOROPERATIONOil Riling toLubricator2-5.Fill thelubricatorof the air control unit for theATC andtool clamp/unclamp cylinder with thespecified lubricating oil.If thelubricating oil inthelubricator is not sufficient,it will cause rusting.©sa-'TD'TE -2-yTyp...

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    3462-E P-32SECTION 3PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOROPERATIONrLubricating Oil Drain TanksLubricating oil supplied totheX-. Y- and 2-axis slideways from the centralized lubrication unitiscollected tothe drain oil tanks at the side ofthe coolant tank through the drain oil passage aroundthe bed.Capacities...

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    3462-E P-33SECTION 3 PREPARATION OFMACHINE FOR OPERATION3.LubricationWarning System- Lubrication AlarmPoorlubrication affects machine accuracy and causes breakdowns. Asa safeguard, theautomaticcentralizedguideway lubrication system is provided with the following warning devices.(1)LowOil Level in...

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    3462-E P-34SECTION 3 PREPARATION OF MACHINE FOR OPERATION4.ManualLubricationSince themachine is providedwith the automatic lubrication unit,manual lubrication is not usuallyrequired.Manual modelubrication is also used before starting operation, incold weather,afterlong restsorwhenever lubrication...

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    3462-E P-35SECTION 3 PREPARATION OFMACHINE FOR OPERATIONI5.AutomaticCentralizedLubricationiPump Off-Time Display5-1.The timeinterval of theautomatic lubrication cycle, that is, the duration of “OFF” time,is setas aparameter in theCNC system. Before shipment,“OFF” time is usually set to10m...

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    3462-E P-71SECTION 4OPERATIONS2-16.WorkLampWork lampMini-halogen bulbSTH35340-1712 V, 50 WMatsushitaLamp life: 2,000hr(Okuma partNo.:E3589-800-001)IIbdR:•|11i1::::;Li::y(Okuma part No.:E3534-490-013E3534-490-012)50 Hz60 HzWork lampRuorescent lampFT-22084K (Lamp FL20SX2)100V, 20 WToshibaLamp lif...

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    3462-E P-70SECTION 4OPERATIONSChipBucket (Standard)2-15.Chip bucket is notsupplied whena lift-up conveyor isselected.Chips discharged from thechip conveyor are accumulated inthis chipbucket.Chip bucket capacityis about 75liters (19.8 gal).v\Chip conveyorCXj\srCOCOChip bucketCoolant tankDue tochip...

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    3462-E P-69SECTION 4OPERATIONSChip Conveyor2-14.Themachine isequippedwith screw type chipconveyors atthe front and therear ofthe table.Thechip conveyor is so installed to permit thecoolant toflow totheATC side tobe returned tothecoolant tank. Chips are discharged totheATC side by the rotation of ...

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    3462-E P-68SECTION 4OPERATIONS~N(3)CleaningClean thecoolant tank periodically according to the machine operatingconditions.SvlSludgepenk::.Il*ÿ*DrainportDrain port/Inside thetank atthe tankopening, there isa sludgepan with handles.Lift the pan anddisciJetheaccumulated sludge.Alsoclean thetank in...

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    3462-E P-66SECTION 4OPERATIONSAdjustflowrate usingaflat-head screwdriver.b)Coolant nozzle%Spindlehead0//(1////7V7vIQCoolant nozzle1)Five coolant nozzlesare arranged on the spindlehead.2)The useof flexiblenozzles permits easyangle setting.3)Setting thefivenozzleswith different anglesso that the co...

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    3462-E P-65SECTION 4OPERATIONSI••Coolant Supply Unit2-13.(1)SpecificationsStandardWith lift-upconveyorCoolant tankcapacity150liter (39.6 gal)[Effective: 84liter (23.2gal)]238liter (9.4 gal)[Effective: 176liter (46.5 gal)]Coolant typeWater-soluble typeLowviscosity non-soluble typePump motorCap...

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    3462-EP-72SECTION 4OPERATIONS{2-17.Oil MistCoolant Supply System (optional)(1)Spray Mist TankPressure gauge (air pressure)Pressure gauge (tank)Filler port\t*/vO///Pressure regulatingknobOil lank (Capacity: 3liter (0.8 gal))Oil level gauge/Thistank isÿirÿstalled attheside ofthe magazine.(2)Flexi...

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    .>iBEY-axis balance cylinder3=$ni1=Ur:&kI§a]iXpIIB['21Pif [..]tB-DPBIG3}<fciP1iwT1IL3EToolpot gripnAPG gripperIndex lable clampPallet clamp50mm (1.97in.)slidoQ3E3=EoJF30Subarm swingwin33P3T1DR1PIP2T2T3OoiP4(lr~---(>PG2t5-§ÿXBBkQf/cm133IaL-j-[DRw.*2PG1PswÿpTHw.“ 'felmm32!I©25 k...

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    Y-axis balance cylinder&MTOfrmnmmm4>mmI*P,* Ijffl'*sfi|fLSI8j[P3DP{lea}in4-4 i4;:Index tableclampD-e-tTTQ.Toolpol grip3APCgripperPallet clamp50mm (1.97in.)HslideS.n93SrSub armswing5O)IQ33P3T1P2T2P4T3DB1PI—irZPG2Ofi? 1—rÿ>XoB&kgf/cm'0)•23*?ps«H—-P-P] DR.in-1CDPG1PSWTT?©JII...

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  • Page 79

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  • Page 80

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  • Page 83

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  • Page 84

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  • Page 85

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  • Page 90

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  • Page 91

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    3462-E P-84SECTION 5MAINTENANCE. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT.2.Hydraulic Pressure AdjustmentHydraulic SystemPressure Indication andAdjustment2-1.Hydraulic System Pressure65kgf/cm2 (924psi)Kuu25 kgf/cm2 (356psi) minimumPressure Switch Setting(Pressureswitch actuation)Pressure gauge forcounterbalance...

  • Page 94

    3462-E P-85SECTION 5MAINTENANCE. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENTSpindlehead CounterbalancePressure Adjustment2-2.Both theoil pressure gauge and the counterbalance valve are provided in the hydraulic powerunit.Typical line pressure during Y-axis at astill is as follows,with slight variances according to...

  • Page 95

    3462-E P-86SECTION 5MAINTENANCE. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENTI3.Cleaning of Air Filter forCooler (Spindlehead CoolingSystem)Clean theair filter for cooler of the spindlehead cooling system(combination unit) atthe rear of themachineas follows:Spindleheadcooling unitD_Remove the airfilter by pullingit...

  • Page 96

    3462-E P-87SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE,INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT4.Adjustment ofAutomatic Tool Changer (ATC)Adjustment of MagazineChain TensionAdjusting screwLock nutwooo/,0o9/.crLOlo,Whenmagazine linkchain has becomeloose after a longtimeof service, resulting invibrationduring magazine rotation,its ten...

  • Page 97

    3462-E P-88SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE,INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT5.Backlash Adjustments forTable Drive Worm GearWorm gearbacklash amountcan be adjusted to anoptimumvalue using thedual-leadmechanism.Ifbacklash amountis tool large, aplay will be generatebetween theworm gear and thewormwheel, resulting int...

  • Page 98

    33479-E P-119SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSS2.Check Data Displayhe -TheCNC constantlymonitors internal conditions of the CNC and input/outputsignals oftheNC,and the operator can see these datathrough check datadisplayed ontheCRT.Check data displayed on theCRT andits contentsare shown in the following ...

  • Page 99

    3479-E P-120SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS2)Press function key [F7] (CHECK DATA).The displays thecheck display screen.(l-[i±] and[eg]3)Press page keysuntil the desired displayscreen isobtained.© advances the display screen byone.© returns thedisplayscreen byone.Note that requireddisplay screen canb...

  • Page 100

    3479-E P-121SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSPanelInpute“CHECK DATA “PANEL INPUT*” display screens,the on/off statusof individual switch¬eson themachine operationpanel aredisplayed. Provided on the following display screensare theCRT display and corresponding signal names. The numerals,a combinati...

  • Page 101

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    223479-E P-123SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS:sPanel InputfiAUTOOPERATIONMBCHECK DOTO=PAf€LirwT«PAGE2ImraMO.data1300100000-291400000003-08blt7 bltS bltS blt4blt3blt2 bitl blt0DNC3 EMCRFr* IGFi IGF0TLPB TCPB TCRPRELSUKED00000000-00F17FISF15F14F13F12FliF1000000000-ÿF27F26F25F24F23F22F21F2000000300-00...

  • Page 103

    3479-E P-124SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSrTable 5-1 Rapid Feedrate OverridebitROV3ROV1ROV2ROVORapidFeedrateOverride0%00011%00015%001110%000130%001150%00110 '70%11180%010090%1001100%1001Table 5-2Spindle Speed Override/bitSOV3SOV1SOVOSOV2Spindie Speed Override50%000170%001080%001190%0001100%0011110%010...

  • Page 104

    3479-E P-125SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS124ics ]ITable 5-3Cutting FeedrateOverride*?bitrF0V4FOV2FOV3FOV1FOVOCutting FeedrateOverride!0%0000125%0001010%0001120%0010030%0001140%00101;50%00111’i60%00010si70%0001180%0010190%001111I95%01010100%00111105%01101110%01111120%01000130%00101140%00011150%01011...

  • Page 105

    13479-E P-126SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSliJ(2)Panel OutputOn the“CHECK DATA *PANEL OUTPUT*” display screens,the on/off statusofindividual indi¬catinglamps on themachine operation panelare displayed. Provided on the followingdisplayscreens are theCRT display and corresponding signal names. The ...

  • Page 106

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  • Page 107

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  • Page 108

    I]3479-E P-129SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS28:s(3)NC InputOn the“CHECK DATA *NC INPUT*"display screens,the on/off status ofindividual input sig¬nals tothe NC processor are displayed.Provided on the followingdisplay screens are theCRT display andcorresponding signalnames. The numerals, a combi...

  • Page 109

    3479-E P-130SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSNC InputrAUTOOPERATION10NPAGEga-ECXDATAlmmbit7 b s tobitS bit4blt3 b 112 billbitOSRL71EFU1NO.dAtA-001flXCD PM_2AM.1 PM.0AXD3AXD2 AXOl AXD000000000-0000000000-0000000000-0000000000-000g20Q3QQ-0000000000-0030000000-00fUDTZ3ERST4LCKU LOKVLCKULOKZ LCKYLOKXLOKC LOK...

  • Page 110

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  • Page 111

    3479-E P-132SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSTable 5-4 Alarm LevelSymbol MarkAML2AML1AMLOAlarmLevelNo alarm000Alarm P010Alarm A011Alarm B001Alarm C001Table 5-5AxisCodeSymbol Mark(bit 3)AXD2AXD1AXDOAxisX0001Y0010z0011u0001V0101w0110A0111B0010c0011

  • Page 112

    3479-E P-133SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS-132’ICS(4)NC OutputOn the“CHECK DATA*NC OUTPUT*" display screens, theon/off statusof individual outputsignals from theNC processorare displayed. Providedon the following display screens aretheCRT display andcorresponding signalnames. The numerals,a c...

  • Page 113

    !3479-E P-134SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSNCOutputAUTOOPERATIONo1N0€CX DATAOUTPUT*PACE11lmmNO.data00000000-00blt7 bit6 bit5 blt4bit3 blt2 bltl bit©HPL2 MPCIMPL0MORSDRVU DRWDRVUDRVZ DRVY DRVXDRVCDRVB DRVAUCLW UCLV UCLUUCL2 ICLYUCLXUCLCUCLB UCLAK7Jf6hHtf’lHT31 HT30 J-T2SHT20VTZ7 HT26 VFZ5 PF24HFHJ...

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  • Page 115

    oÿ/a-cSECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS(5)Machine InputOn the“CHECK DATA “MACHINE INPUT’" display screens, theon/off statusofindividual in¬put signals fromthelimit switches are displayed. Provided onthe following display screensare theCRT display andcorresponding signalnames. The numerals, a...

  • Page 116

    5.136a3479-E P-137SECTION 5 SELF-DIAGNOSTICScs<4k<Machine Input (Rotary type2-pallet APC)il inand£aAUTOOPERATIONMa\O-eCK DATA*rWHtrcrr4=ur«PAGE131mmNO.data011111L1-7F10111111-BF01001100-4C00000000-0001110300-70iiiimi-rr00001111-0T00000000-0000000000-0000000000-0000000000-0000000000-00bir7...

  • Page 117

    3479-E P-138SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSMachine Input (Rotary type2-pallet APC)AUTOOPERATION0NQ-ECKCATA=nOCHlr€ IfÿUT*PAGE14lmmbit? b 116bitS bit4 bit3 bit2 bltlblt0TUCPTCLP SUCP SC1_PMO.data00000000-0000000000-00131415-001600000000-0000000110-0600000000-0017TAP3 TAPS TA01 ATDC ATDOTAUCTACL1819-0...

  • Page 118

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  • Page 119

    3479-E P-140SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS(6)Machine OutputOn the “CHECK DATA “MACHINE OUTPUT*" display screens,the on/off statusof individualoutputsignals tosolenoids and relays are displayed.Provided on the followingdisplayscreens are theCRT display and correspondingsignal names.The numeral...

  • Page 120

    3479-E P-141SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSI4QC3Machine Output (Rotary type 2-pallet APC)duiplayfition fitputIAUTOOPERATION9N0-€CX DOTP*nPCHirC CUTPJT-PAGE161mmMO.data00011110- IE00000000-0000000000-00bit?bit6bit5 bit4bit3 bit2 bitlbit0URXLLIKT HGB/ EDOM HDUN YUER LDCM PUCFCOLn LLfETI 3UZ2 URKC3-TTTZ...

  • Page 121

    3479-EP-142SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSt3MachineOutput (Rotary type2-pallet APC)sxAUTOOPERATION0N*c-OCCX DATAOUTPUT*P*7Z.171mmNO.bit.7 bit6btt5 bit4bit3 bit2 bitlbitGN5ARP1WSTMJ SLUGdata0O3CO0C3-OG00000006-0000000000-0000200000-0000000010-0300000000-0000000060-00OGOOGesa-ee00000110-0600600000-000060...

  • Page 122

    II3479-E P-143SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSvtiIMachine Output (Rotary type 2-pallet APC)r'*fAUTOOPERATION0n3a-ecx DATA=nPCHEr€ OLTTFUT*ia1mm9v*bit? bttSbit5 btt4 btt3 btt2 bitl bitQrGIV MGMI SfOs SAPP SAUG SAGS SAMGSAS?SAARNO.data00011010-iA00000000-0000000000-0000000000-0010001000-8300000000-00000...

  • Page 123

    3479-E P-144SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSt(7)Machine Extend InputOn the“CHECK DATA “MACHINE EX INPUT*” display screens,theon/off statusofindividualinput signals fromthelimit switches aredisplayed.Provided on the followingdisplay screensare theCRT display and corresponding signal names. The nume...

  • Page 124

    3479-E P-145SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS144'ICSMachine Extend Input'iduAUTOOPERATIONoNieens: andPAGE25O-ECX DATA•nOCHINC EX Ilf=UT*lmmbit7 bitobitS bitJbit3 bit2 bitlbitOto.data00000000-0009000000-0300000000-0000000060-00liueeeo-raI234IMG."(55£- i:ACTUALLEDSIT. |CHECKDATAPROGRAMSELECTPARTSLO...

  • Page 125

    3479-E P-146SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS(8)Machine Extend OutputOn the“CHECK DATAEX OUTPUT*" display screens,the on/off statusofindivid¬ual output signals tosolenoids and relays are displayed.Provided onthe followingdisplayscreens arethe CRT display and corresponding signal names.The numeral...

  • Page 126

    I3479-E P-147SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS1iMachine Extend Outputi-1»ynJt'fIJ T0OPERATIHoNi1~r*Cn£x curajl'-££CXOC D«TCInm*5blt7 bitsa:iS ait- bin3 biti bit!bttOMO.dataooeceeee-eaGcee&Goo-o0S»000M*0000CC&OCQ-OQaoi0e00e-29L2t34Is'je.yt.-w— vi?.vJ?-sPROGR«4onu=u IPPRTT-~n rr-rIPC3IT. P...

  • Page 127

    3479-EP-148SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICSV(9)NCAxis DataiirlUT OOf Ef.ATIOfl0IICKC< CAST**'•: *xn DSTS.P=CC30irw*I-XzVmi?. S V ? V A R 20.0000.0003399.9=53399.5990.6000.0000.000o.coo6.0000.0000.000LOCO.000l-iCO.OOOa.ea0.200O.COO3-~35.5993--55.5S6.0OO3.CO00.000viIpPROCWnJ OCTUPL|PPfTTISELECTLHCSIT...

  • Page 128

    1433479-E P-149SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS\}ICS(10)MachineAxis DataAUTO OPERATION!1NCHECK DATA•MACHINE AXIS DATA*PACE24iCAMCI!0 IFSCONRAPAR C0 Maa<072703727037794 799;i'ÿPROG5tru ACTUCLPCRTfSELECTLKJSIT. PROCRPnjELOCXDOTQEEHCCHCXCKCMTACEXTOO)i}IF 1 ifTÿfFTifFÿrFÿrF~6~)rF~7irF~ai::CAMagazin...

  • Page 129

    3479-E P-150SECTION 5SELF-DIAGNOSTICS*3.NC Diagnostic DisplayiThe stateof memory within the NC can be grasped by thediagnostic display on theCRT. Also,itisconvenient because thedisplay form can beselected amongdecimal number,hexadecimal,floating-point number,bit-string, etc.AUTOOPERATIONO0-CCKDPT...

  • Page 130

    3479-E P-151SECTION 6MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS. DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESX<$3SECTION 6MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS,DIAGNOSISMESSAGES AND LOGICTABLES1.Machine Operative ConditionsrIItemCondition1Main Spindle Rotation1)Spindle tool isclamped.2)Tool is notbeing changed.3)ATCinterlocki...

  • Page 131

    ?3479-E P-152SECTION 6MACHINEOPERATIVECONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLES2.Diagnosis MessageDisplayThe diagnose messagedisplay functionindicates conditions required for theintended stepbut notsatisfied on the display.This message display function can beindicated in the automatic,MDI an...

  • Page 132

    3479-E P-153SECTION 6MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS,DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLES52:S2)Press functionkey [F8] (EXTEND).This changes function key guide messages.4not%LIBRARYIP SETTOOLDISPLAYPER-DIAC—SONALHOSISMESSAGE [EXTENDI(TTifFTifFTirF~ÿrF~5irF~6~i(TÿnrF~8i3)Press function key[F5] (DIAG...

  • Page 133

    I3479-E P-154SECTION 6MACHINEOPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESrDiagnosis Message Listtf5i3000X-axisservo Is notOKThis message is displayed whenthe X-axisservo drive unitON signalis notturnedon.Y-axisservo is notOKThis messageis displayed whenthe Y-axis servodrive unit ON si...

  • Page 134

    f3479-E P-155SECTION 6MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS. DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESII3031ATCsequence is in axismove inhibitAninterlock is provided todisable axis movements while thetool change armis notinthestandby position.That is, axis movements aredisabled if theATC operation sequence numbe...

  • Page 135

    I3479-EP-156SECTION 6 MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLES3053External M commandanswer back is notOFFThe OSP5020M assumes that theexternal Msignal (M181- M199)is completed atthetime theanswer back signal is turnedoft afterit hasbeen turnedon once. Therefore,this messag...

  • Page 136

    I13479-E P-157SECTION 6 MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSISMESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESi3153HP 3is not completedFor theautomatic pallet change cycle, theAPC operation might notadvance tothe nextsequence unless anyof theaxes is located atthe palletposition.This message is dis¬played under suchcon...

  • Page 137

    3479-E P-158SECTION 6MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES AND LOGICTABLES\Spindle toolCLAMP LS is notON(manual)The procedure toclamp thetool in thespindleis as follows:Press theTOOLCHANGE CYCLE buttonon the manualtool change operation panelfirst. Then,press the TOOL UNCLAMP button and...

  • Page 138

    I:ÿ3479-E P-159SECTION 6 MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSISMESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESi3192Spindle tool CLAMP LSis notON (bellevillespring)The procedure toclamp thetool inthe spindleis as follows:Press theTOOL CHANGECYCLE button onthemanual tool change operation panelfirst. Then, press theTOOL...

  • Page 139

    3479-E P-160SECTION 6MACHINEOPERATIVE CONDITIONS,DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGICTABLES3260Sub arm ADVANCE LSis notONThis messageis displayed when the sub armadvance position confirmationLS is notonwhen theATC operation sequencenumber iswithin the following range:1 -3, 13- 16, 23-24lif33261Sub arm ADV...

  • Page 140

    03479-E P-161SECTION 6 MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESSt3370Sub arm UNGRIP LSis notONThismessage isdisplayed when the sub arm ungripconfirmation LS is noton when theATC operation sequence numberis within the following range:1- 2, 14- 15, 24lot3400APC manual interr...

  • Page 141

    $3479-E P-162SECTION 6MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES AND LOGIC TABLESI-?3568Pallet GRIP LSis notONThis message is displayed whenthe pallet gripconfirmation LSis noton when theAPCoperation sequence number iswithin the following range:5- 6if4I3569PalletGRIP LS is notOFFThis messag...

  • Page 142

    M ‘/-.V >ÿ•••03m>dioHd«S> Q-1>oo(D2<VOcn3Sub ArmTJiSRO'•S!(4)>3!IooC/3(D5\\*TJN(13)"".a2<D(11)(2)vÿm2ms(5)2Vorod.m(11)O(14)Su(12)eg53<(D3moo(11)2Tool Change Armg/>•ido(11)2<(11)(20)gS2HhMagazineO(10)\ATC Doorg03(1)Next loolnumber wrile(2)Maga...

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    3479-E P-164SECTION 6MACHINEOPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES AND LOGIC TABLESV-ii(2)Timing Chart forTool Change ArmMotion}ÿ!|0* 10*62.5"105*265’307.5"360":OUT:IN«J32.5*32.5"10*;Grip AStandby AGrip BStandby B:©9\Tool clampTool unclampTool change armposition 1(Home ...

  • Page 144

    3479-E P-165SECTION 6MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS,DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLES;3-2.Rotary Type 2-palletAPC.(1)APC ready positionWork setupcompletion confirmation(2)X-/Z-axis positioning atpallet change Wposition(3)Gripper arm at Apallet positionGripper arm 90°rotation(4)Pallet unclampr(2)j...

  • Page 145

    3479-E P-166SECTION 6 MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS,DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESil\(7)Pallet ungrip>I!.«BA(7)(7)(8)Pallet clamp(9)Gripper arm at ready positionGripper arm 90° rotation(8)i# ‘3=0(9)BAConditions forAutomatic Pallet Change Operations:a)Apallet is set onthe machine.b)Anoth...

  • Page 146

    3479-E P-170SECTION 6 MACHINE OPERATIVE CONDITIONS, DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES AND LOGICTABLES:!Code Table for SystemCondition Judgment4-2.;;CodeTable forATCSystem Condition Judgment)The codenumber belowis displayed with the aiarm message “911ATC systemcondition".A test(101)(102)(104)(108)(110)(12...

  • Page 147

    .3479-E P-171SECTION 6MACHINEOPERATIVE CONDITIONS. DIAGNOSIS MESSAGES ANDLOGIC TABLESi>Code Table for APC System Condition JudgmentThe code number below isdisplayed with the alarm message “912 APC systemcondition”.A testPallet ungripconfirmation LS is notON.Pallet grip confirmation LS is n...

  • Page 148

    3462-E P-104SECTION 6AUTOMATIC TOOLCHANGER (ATC)Manual ATC Operation4.Theautomatic tool changer canbe manually operated in addition tothe automatic operation intheAUTO or MDI modes by thecontrols onthe pendantoperation panel.One Step Advanceand One Step ReverseIntheone step advance and one stepre...

  • Page 149

    3462-E P-105SECTION 6AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER (ATC)One CycleStart andReturn Cycle Start4-2.The 1 CYCLE START keyinitiates aseries oftool change cycles inwhich the tool picked up fromthe magazine is set in thespindle and the tool thatwas setin thespindle is returned to themagazine.Theoperation is po...

  • Page 150

    3462-E P-106SECTION 6AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER (ATC)5.InitialConditions for Continuous ATC OperationIn the AUTO andMDI mode operation,the automatic tool changecycleis carried out when thefollowing commands are given:Tool numbercommand.... 2-digit T codeTool changecommand.... M06 (M19 spindle orienta...

  • Page 151

    3462-EP-107SECTION 6AUTOMATIC TOOLCHANGER (ATC)6.Automatic Tool Change SequenceWhenany of the tool numbersT01 through T32 are specified, they are displayed as NEXT TOOLNUMBER and the magazineindexes the toolpot corresponding tothe specified tool number. Thensub armremoves the tool fromthe toolpot...

  • Page 152

    tfl 1 13462-E P-108SECTION 6AUTOMATICTOOL CHANGER (ATC)Sequence No.MÿTATCOperationMachine &Control“CYCLE START”TOOL NUMBERCOMMAND“T01" forexample to beusedfortheinitial processNexttool number [01] isdisplayed.Magazine is indexed toT01.Sub arm toolpotclampSub armslide for 50 mm tos...

  • Page 153

    3462-E P-109SECTION 6AUTOMATIC TOOLCHANGER (ATC)Machine &ControlATCOperationSequence No.fNEXT TOOL COMMAND(Ex. T02)<rIOO>2 EIfII(D:Nexttool number [02]isdisplayed.Magazineis indexed toT02.Same as (3) forT01 tooldsH(2):o(3):*(Cutting Process)2I£(5) :Sameas (5) forT01 toola~- 2O ccaa>...

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    3462-E P-110SECTION 6AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER (ATC)OperationSequence No.ATCMachine &Controlo„(Cutting Processes)Same as (3) forT01 tool(3):IsiKI tSame as (5)forT01 tool(5):(Completion of Cutting)TOOL CHANGE COMMAND-(M06)oL<DP=§11OI- T3H OSSame as (7)forT01toolSameas (11)forT01 tool(7):(11...

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    3462-E P-112SECTION 6AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER (ATC)7.Safety Precautions for ATC OperationThetool changearm movesdownward 118 mm (4.65 in.) from the spindle end face to extractthe toolfrom thespindle bore.It then rotates 180°.Makesure there is nointerferencebetween tool and workpiece before atool c...

  • Page 157

    1°FsJrsjrvy rv#U N)rw PVIAPC Operation sequence NumberlOmcia(OCJ NJtoMciin auaMo(Ocao.1- tctn« «5? 2 w CT-niMl> -nmcnV fE>IiX1*»l>s=ÿr5-3. r5>no%=-2z2I221*123n2 a2a3- 2_222 322?cI32I27?58Io£>2>:ia 353353333 3a?3333I5?aI?a12:-5fi. MS»J%i-ÿ<<><e aiusao•T>2...

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    3462-E P-113SECTION 7AUTOMATIC PALLETCHANGER (APC)SECTION 7AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER(APC)1.Outlineof Rotary Type 2-pallet APCConstructionTheAPCconsists of theautomatic pallet changer frame,the gripper arm and thepalletclamper. TheAPC frameinstalledin front ofthemachine can holdpallets and is equip...

  • Page 161

    3462-E P-114SECTION 7AUTOMATICPALLET CHANGER (APC)2.Pallet Change Operation Sequences(1)Conditions for Automatic Pallet Change Operationsa)Apallet is set on themachine.b)Another palletis setontheAPC. Notethat pallet change operation always requires twopallets.c)The pallet on theAPC is positioned ...

  • Page 162

    3462-E P-115SECTION 7AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER (APC)3.Operation Sequence DiagramI a)APC ready position— b)Z-/X-axis positioning atAPC position'***rC)Gripper armindexing to Apallet position(90° position)y £ d)Pallet unclamprb)ABI-:ufa)Pallet grip!--A:Bfe)e)lX'C f)Gripper arm indexing toB pallet...

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    3462-EP-116SECTION 7 AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER (APC)7g)Pallet ungrip2BAftg)g)g h)Pallet clampc/ i)Gripper arm indexing toAPCready position (90° position)f"h)c=0'0BA5'

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    3462-E P-117SECTION 7AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER (APC)4.Initial Conditions for APCContinuous Operations(1)Apalletis placedon the machine.(2)Anotherpallet is set atthe APC ready position.The automatic operationusing the automatic pallet changeralways requires twopallets.Therefore,even when machining ...

  • Page 165

    3462-E P-118SECTION 7 AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER (APC)(5)Theoperation mode selectedshould be either AUTO or MDI.grgTFTT0TjTpg--§>I*M«RMTH=MDI1TITW[iLl0Bl3S[3SE>3QG eeggBEElDEglIEMIBSBDEBBosglHoAUTOUfoQUnder theconditions indicated above,theautomatic pallet changecycle canbe started inrespon...

  • Page 166

    3462-EP-119SECTION 7AUTOMATIC PALLETCHANGER (APC)Manual APC Operations5.The automatic palletchanger canbe manually operated using switches onthe main operation panelinaddition toautomatic pallet changecyclecalled bythe M60command.One StepAdvance andOne Step Reverse5-1.In theone step advanceandone...

  • Page 167

    3462-E P-120SECTION 7AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER (APC)1Cycle Start andReturn Cycle Start5-2.The 1CYCLE START keyis used for starting a series ofautomatic palletchange cycle inwhichthe palleton themachine isunloaded totheAPCand thepallet ontheAPCis loaded to themachine.The operationis possible when t...

  • Page 168

    3462-E P-121SECTION 7 AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER (APC)Pallet Dimensions5-4.(1)Standard Pallet (MetricSystem)8®.50S(1.97)I0£I--1Sen90-05R3§ S£255£2ciOCN5Ioinin&0rs£2mm--0-gs£2(0.71)18±0.5\---0s80808080(3.15)(3.15)(3.15)(3.15)24 (0.94) -Ml6400 (15.75)80(0.98)25 ± 0.5(3.15)25(0.98)4ÿ1\V ...

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    3479-E P-69SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VACII)68SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR(VACII)ke£Outline1.Okuma VAC motors,providing sufficient performance as aspindle driver formachine tools, featurehigh reliability,wide constantoutputrange, compact construction, etc.OkumaVAC driv...

  • Page 173

    3479-EP-70SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVACMOTOR (VACII)Constructions3.TheVAC drive unitconstruction is illustrated in Fig. 4-1.*ÿ*.Mountingholes(upper: slot x 2,lowerround’_end slot x 2)_Power supply unitCoverohB9-. V.7-D iv&\sis?-t!DoorControl PCB(VACboard II, VACcard 1)1Fig. 4-1VAC Dri...

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    wDrI3479-E P-71SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VACII)fir.; •3-1.Arrangement of Major ComponentPartsArrangement of componentpartswhich shouldbechecked at an occurrence of a problemis shownin Figs. 4-2through 4-7.Fig. 4-2MajorComponent Parts Arrangementon Control PCB- VAC Board IIRg. 4-...

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    FT3479-E P-72SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VACMOTOR (VACII )-1ManufacturingtWarning (useSMP32Okuma partNo.No.Version No.z7/\iE4809-045-140o1mrD!r,11Regenerativecontrol circuitCflI-1Nv» COM76VflTransformern/Alarm fuseMP50>PCBnameoVI—IoTransformer>3J+15VGNDOooo©46V—15ATUTCIIN6TR1~ TR1...

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    r3479-E P-73SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVACMOTOR (VACII)Manufacturing No.>] I CN14I CN15IIVersion No.BCOMeeZrGA;DC9004GNDJrCN13©\ Connector for magnetic encoder/optical pulse generator_Connector foroptional fiberMFig. 4-3MajorComponentParts Arrangementon Control PCB- VAC Card 111-i34

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    n3479-E P-74SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)v11'ft,r,S'£*rf-Doorx-oo§Heat sink cooling fan(atthe back)_:---1>\__JL_Transistor moduleXTRM4TRM1Ii:TRM5ITRM2&£TRM6TRM35KDiode moduleStD M*FusesNo-fuse breaker(Power input)%ÿF F F FFI12 3546Terminal block forfan motorcablesk-...

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    rr3479-E P-75SECTION 4SPINDLEDRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VACII)5te%I*ooT.I£Heat sink cooling fan(atthe back)&1•>!xi6JA-i-•TTTRRR•Transistor module,MMM54.6DoorTRM1DDDDiode moduleMMM123TRM2x!A!TRM3Ipr i- ••IMo-fuse breaker (Power input)FusesFF F FFF435261Terminal block forfan motorca...

  • Page 179

    I?3479-EP-76SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )V?.$:)ooHeat sink cooling fan(atthe back)T <r~xc~>c~~:x:> "[...Door&fTransistor moduleTRM1TRM4r-.riTRM2TRM5>•3iTRM3TRM6MDiode modulei235*Grounding terminal holefor motorpowercables%Terminal block formotor powerca...

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    TT3479-E P-77SECTION 4SPINDLEDRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)6i)K.3OoiHeat sink coolingfan (atthe back)••;1r!<z—xzn><ZZxZ~> I1DoorifBI!Transistor module TRM1TRM4I•?siTRM2TRM5I) tfi fTRM3TRM6I !ttf,vi rDDDMMMDiode module123I'iiGrourvding_terminal holefor motor power cables\\Ter...

  • Page 181

    HP3479-E P-78SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VACMOTOR (VACII )Vii4.Operation StatusIndication1TheVACdrive unit hasLED's on thecontrol printedcircuit board toindicate the operation status.Lightingconditions ofthe LED'scan bechecked through the openingin thecover.Fig. 4-8shows the LED names.ryfPOWE...

  • Page 182

    3479-E P-79SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VACII)OperationStatus IndicatingLamps4-2.7ÿThe LED's M1, M2 and M3 indicate the operation status ofthe VAC drive unitand theVAC motor.Thereare twodifferent operations statusas “normal operation” and“faulty operation".They areindicat...

  • Page 183

    TT3479-E P-80SECTION 4SPINDLEDRIVE UNITFOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )I:.Normal Operation Status IndicationWhilethe VACdrive unit isoperating normally, the LED’s indicate theinput/output status of theinput/output signals.These input/output signals areshownin Fig. 4-9 (for thestandard andwindingchangeove...

  • Page 184

    frr3479-E P-81SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)•f'.E*4-2-2.Failure Operation StatusIndicationtA faulty operation statusisindicated by theLED's M1 and M2in thefollowing conditions.a)M1and M2 flicker simultaneously.b)M1lightsup.c)M2lights up.LED's other than M1 and M2 light up cor...

  • Page 185

    1i3479-E P-82SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VACMOTOR (VACII )*!ITable 4-3V3)Single LED onthe VACBOARDII1)CRT screenontheNC opera¬tion panel2)7-segmentLEDontheVACBOARDII3i$1)Alarms detected inthe VACIIunitOoo4v2)Alarmsdetected inthe NCunitOxx1-7iifRemarks:1."O” indicates “displayed”, ...

  • Page 186

    f3479-E P-83SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )ITable 4-4VACII AlarmList (1/2)3£Proc¬essingLeveliAlarmAlarmLevelResetLevelAlarm NameContentsNo.IVAC P.G. count abnormal11b22(1)The number of the detected PG countsexceeds thePBU data.*1VAC motoracceleration2The actualVAC motor speed...

  • Page 187

    3479-E P-84SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACD )1Table 4-4VACII Alarm List (2/2)Proc¬essingLevelResetLevelAlarmAlarmLevelContentsAlarm NameNo.DC voltagein theVACpower circuit doesnotrise.1117VAC powercircuit lowvoltage1aInterruption can notbe performedcorrectly.18VAC interval looperr...

  • Page 188

    343479-E P-85SECTION 4SPINDLEDRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )\Table 4-5Failure Operation StatusIndication ModeLED statusIFailureContents&LightingLED No.M1M2M3i--?RES1Resolver alarm2ADA/D access alarmIUn-PARRAM parityerror3Iknown(ON/OFF)ACC4Microcomputeraccess errorLOOP5INT6 looperror1Flash-R...

  • Page 189

    X3479-E P-86SECTION 4 SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )I1%RashResolver faultyRESiADA/Daccess alarm1IPARRAM parity errorMicrocomputer access errorACCiINT6 loop errorLOOPkWDOGWatch dogerrorif-.%Ml M2 123456••OOOOOOiooooooooM3 78. 910 1112 13-LOSSLoss of powersupply at operation circuitP...

  • Page 190

    t3479-EP-87SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VACMOTOR(VACII)-53s*4ONOFF*4Over-speedOSVelocity commandread errorPower circuit under-voltageREADf.!UVP3IRAM faultyRAERDSEDIP switch setting errorExcessive velocity deviation errortDSCM1 M2 123456•oooooooooooooooM3 78910 1112 13rVI1iWCHERWinding change...

  • Page 191

    3479-E P-88SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII):t.I%v-fOFF''££ONi!OHHeat sink overheatIMotor overloadOLf-SfclIIbMl M2 1234 ' 5' 6o#oooooo*ooooooooM378910 11 12 13{-:<Rg. 4-12Failure Indication by LED's(with M2 ON)

  • Page 192

    n3479-E P-89SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVACMOTOR (VACII )18)*Troubleshooting5.*Measures tobe taken when aproblem has occurredare explainedin 5-1.and 5-2,andmeasures torecover fromthe failure statusare explained in 5-3.Locations ofthe component partsare shownin3.“Constructions”.Since high v...

  • Page 193

    r%3479-EP-90SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNITFOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)#5.5-2.Trouble and TroubleshootingIf a problemis found, take necessary procedures as indicated in Table4-7.Table 4-7Classification ofFailures.iFailure willlie inReferenceFailureControlPower unitPCB(DPOWER LED does not light up.OO(1)LOSS ...

  • Page 194

    f[3479-EP-91SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)(1)POWER LED does notlight up.LOSS LED lights up.Table 4-8-t¥Failure FactorCheckMeasures5IInput powersupply is abnormal.See Table 4-6.See Table 4-6.Fuse F2, F3,F4 orF5 is blown.Checkwhether the fuses havebeenblown or not.(Refer to6-2. ...

  • Page 195

    i3479-E P-92SECTION 4SPINDLEDRIVE UNIT FOR VACMOTOR (VACII)i$(2)LED'sshow failure occurrencecondition.When LED’s show failureoccurrence condition,take necessary measures inaccordance withthe alarmnumberdisplayed on the VAC BOARDII. For thealarmname and the alarmcon¬tents,refer to Table 4-4,“...

  • Page 196

    r23479-E P-93SECTION 4SPINDLEDRIVE UNIT FOR VACMOTOR (VACII ))3)Alarm No. 3“VAC APA speed”is displayed.Table 4-11?rith ;an-iFailure FactorCheckjMeasuresThe magnetic encoder sensor orthegear is faulty.iRotate thespindle byhand andcheck the output signals of theencoder.Replace the sensor or the...

  • Page 197

    13479-E P-94SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII);Y>i-\6)Alarm No. 6 “VAC resolver abnormal" is displayed.¥Table 4-14iiCheckMeasuresFailure FactorCheck whether or not connectorCN3 and the connector in theVAC motorterminal boxare in¬serted properly.Insert them properly.Loos...

  • Page 198

    943479-E P-95SECTION 4 SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )9)Alarm No. 9“VAC instruction commandNG.”is displayed.Table 4-16Failure FactorCheckMeasuresFaulty NC software (Undefinedinstruction ornon-executable in¬structionis communicated.)Checkthe communication inwhich analarm occurs.Corr...

  • Page 199

    y3479-E P-96SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )11)Alarm No. 11"VAC inverter bridge shortcircuit” is displayed.Table 4-18CheckFailure FactorMeasuresThe controlPCB orthe powersupply unit is faulty.Refer toTable 4-19.Refer toTable 4-19.Motor power cables are broken,short-circui...

  • Page 200

    :!G3479-E P-97SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNITFOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)t)12)Alarm No. 12 “VAC power transshort circuit" isdisplayed.Table 4-20*Failure FactorCheckMeasuresAninstantaneous power failureoccurs while the motoris stop¬ped.Check the power supply.Reset and restart.The controlPCB or the po...

  • Page 201

    nS3479-E P-98SECTION 4 SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VACMOTOR (VACII )vA£ÿ’14)Alarm No. 14 “VAC input voltage drop” or Alarm No. 15“VAC phase defect"is displayed.Table 4-23i•tCheckMeasuresFailure Factor<ÿfSee Table 4-.6.See Table 4-6.Powersupply voltage is low,orone of three phases ...

  • Page 202

    i-283479-E P-99SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )II)I3dTable 4-24Measures toTake whenNo-fuse Breaker isTrippedProcessContentsTurn off power supply.1Check thediode module,transistor module TRM4- TRM6,TR7- TR12 base circuit fuses,andtransistor module.23If any otherfailure statesuch ...

  • Page 203

    3479-EP-100SECTION 4 SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )17)AlarmNo. 18“VACinterval loop error” is displayed.Replacethe control PCB.\18)Alarm No. 19“VAC motoroverload"is displayed.Table 4-26OL Lamp Lighting up duringMotor RotationCheckFailure FactorMeasuresOperation inoverloaded c...

  • Page 204

    f[3479-E P-101SECTION 4 SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )00II)1Table 4-27OL Lamp Lighting Always4Failure FactorCheckMeasures%*Loose connection of the motorsignal cablesCheck the connectorsat theVACdrive unit (CN3) and in theVAC motorterminal box- arethey inserted properly?Insert the conne...

  • Page 205

    3479-E P-102SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)i20)Alarm No. 21 “VAC data setting" is displayed.Table 4-29CheckMeasuresFailure FactorCheck theVAC PBU data orone-line change parameter.Correct thefaulty data.Faulty NC software21)Alarm No. 22 “VAC internal speed command toofas...

  • Page 206

    1023479-EP-103SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)III)24)Alarm No. 25 “VACcycle overflowerror" isdisplayed.Table 4-33Failure FactorCheckMeasuresLooseconnection of thecon¬nectorbetween thecontrolPCB’s.Check whetheror notthecon¬nectorbetween the controlPCB's isinserted prope...

  • Page 207

    reiV.3479-E P-104SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNITFOR VAC MOTOR (VACD )i-27)Alarm No. 31 “VACcoil switch” is displayed.Table 4-35WCHER Lamp Lightingwith Winding ChangeoverSpecification2Failure FactorCheckMeasuresRefer tothemaintenance man¬ual for themachine.Replace magnetswitch and/ormagnetswitchd...

  • Page 208

    143479-E P-105SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VACII):)(4)Commanded motor speed cannotbeobtained.Motor does notrotate.Table 4-37Failure FactorCheckMeasuresTheVAC drive unit isfaulty.When a rotation command isgiven, the LED's light upindicat¬ingthefaulty operationcondi¬tion.See Table 4-...

  • Page 209

    HT3479-EP-106SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)'\(5)Low cutting performanceTable 4-39CheckMeasuresFailure FactorClear the torquelimit command.Torque limit command is pro¬vided.Check the signal existing.See TLM in Fig. 4-9.Refer to themaintenance man¬ual forthe machine.Refer tothe...

  • Page 210

    3479-E P-107SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )5(7)Excessive vibration and noise while the motoris rotating.Table 4-41Failure FactorCheckMeasuresMotorinstallation is loose;cou¬pling with the spindleis loose.Check motorinstallation ormo¬tor coupling to spindle.Install the motorcor...

  • Page 211

    nr*3479-EP-108SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )t5-3.Recovery fromFailure StatusWhenLED's indicate thefaulty operation status,it is necessary toremove thecause of failure firstand then resetthe alarm statetorecover the operations of the VAC drive unit.VAC alarmsareclassified into ...

  • Page 212

    083479-E P-109SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VACII )II)Check Terminals5-4.first;For the layout ofthecheck terminals, refer toFig. 4-2.Table 4-43cur-ProbeCommonTerminalCheckTerminalContentsRemarksGNDSeparated from the regenerative control circuit,the input/output signal circuit, and the...

  • Page 213

    f3479-EP-110SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)/ProbeCommonTerminalCheckTerminalContentsRemarksI»STheIOCS alarmoccurs at higher than250[mV].Inverter circuit current detectionIsGNDiTheIOCR alarmoccurs athigher than250[mV],Regenerative circuit currentdetectionlrGNDt(iluGNDU-phase cur...

  • Page 214

    13479-E P-111SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII)ProbeCommonTerminalCheckTerminalContentsRemarksEucGNDU-phaseinducedvoltage commandsignal0(V)/EveGNDV-phaseinducedvoltage commandsignalCycle changesdepending onthe motor speed.MONGNDGND+ 5 VControl circuit power voltage+ 15VGNDControl c...

  • Page 215

    p3479-E P-112SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VAC 0 )ProbeCommonTerminalCheckTerminalContentsRemarksTis determined onthebasis ofthenumber of gearteethand the speed.Z: Number of gearteethN: Speed (rpm)AGNDTiitVPPIVVDCIBGND90°iAi1VPPVDCT=NX1/60XZ:ÿ\(sec)Amplitude at Aand B:VDC = 2.5 VVpp...

  • Page 216

    fr3479-E P-113SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )?5i,516.Fuse ReplacementFuse Blown Condition!6-1.rJBlownconditions of fuses usedin the VAC drive unit areshown in Table 4-44.Table 4-44Fuse Blown ConditionsAIt:Fuse NameBlownCondition5i-FusesF1- F6(A type motor)F1- F4(former type mot...

  • Page 217

    13479-E P-114SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )Inspection and Replacement Procedure forFuses6-2.£i(1)Fuses F1- F6(Afterslight modification of D22,excluding D22A)1)PreparationD3, D6, D8:Turn off power supply, then npen the powersupply unit door afterremoving the doorclamping screw...

  • Page 218

    3479-E P-115SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVE UNIT FOR VAC MOTOR (VACII )'(2)Fuses F1- F7(Afterslight modification of D22, forD22A only)1)Turn off power supply.2)Remove the fuse cover using a screwdriver.3)Remove the glass-tube filled fuse element using a screwdriver.4)Measure resistance across the glass-tu...

  • Page 219

    V3479-EP-116SECTION 4SPINDLE DRIVEUNIT FORVAC MOTOR (VACII)IiFuse RatingFor fuses F1- F7 in the A type unit, use 5 Aand 0.5A ratingfusesas indicated inTable 4-45.When replacing a fuse, alwaysuse the onewith thesame current rating.Fuses used in the former type unit are all 5 A rating fuses.Table 4...

  • Page 220

    3479-E P-24SECTION 3TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTING4.Brushless Servomotor Drive Unit4-1.BDU-A SeriesBrushless servomotorsare employed tocontrol movement of eachaxis of X, Y,and Z atthe fee¬drateand in thedirection as commandedby theCNC. It is thebrushless servodrive unit thatac¬curately controls th...

  • Page 221

    3479-E P-25SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTINGi4-1-1.Configuration of BDU-A(1)General System ConfigurationThe BDU-A consists of the DC power supply and theservo amplifierunit. ADC power supplycan supply power to multipleservo amplifiers (max.six axes)andonebrushless servomotorrequires oneservo am...

  • Page 222

    3479-E P-26SECTION 3TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTING(2)Configuration ofDC Power SupplyUnitThe DC power supplyunit consists of theDC-PS board and the DC-S"A unit.Table 3-1NameModel (Description)DC-PS BoardPCB fortwo-axis controlPCB forthree-axis controlPCB for four-axiscontrolPCB for five-axiscont...

  • Page 223

    • 253479-E P-27SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING.1i(4)Construction ofDC Power Supply, DC-PS Board andDC-S*A UnitCN5...CN10iNFBCN11CiV4&CN12!Ae inFg. 3-4Construction of the DC PowerSupplyCN5CN11CN6;Trans¬formerCN7[CN8!CN9FusePSON_5H fGreen O Q HadCN10CN12LED for alarmindication!Rg. 3-5Arr...

  • Page 224

    3479-E P-28SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING(5)Construction andComponent Part Arrangement ofServo AmplifierServo Amplifier,SVC-A Board and BL-D”A Unit/0fCN2CN3CN4CN11CN1/7Terminal blockNF3Fig. 3-7Construction oftheServo AmplifierTransformerihJQCN2CN3CN4ElSW7[SW21SW3U, VFusesQFuse|SW5{SW8SW4U ...

  • Page 225

    !•233J79-E P-29SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING«IG4-1-2.Protection and AlarmMonitoring Function (BL-D"*A Series)FunctionsPurposes andContentsGrounding Protection1Far grounding problem oftheservo amplifier or motor,a high speedno-fusebreakeris tripped toshut offthe power immediately. A...

  • Page 226

    3479-E P-30SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING4-1-3.Trouble and TroubleshootingThetroubleshooting procedure is explained below.(1)DC Power SupplyUnitNo.TroubleCausesCheckMeasuresNo-fuse breaker istripped.Check wiring.Incorrect wiring atterminals (VII, VL)Correct wiring.1Grounding of outputtermina...

  • Page 227

    3479-E P-31SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING3(2)Servo AmplifierNo.TroubleCausesCheckMeasuresNo-fuse breaker istripped.4Incorrect wiring atterminals (U, V, W, E)Check wiring.Correct wiring.iIGrounding of outputterminal (U. V, W. E)cablesCheck the wiring forgrounding.Replace the cable.:Defective ...

  • Page 228

    3479-E P-32SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTINGNo.CausesTroubleCheckMeasuresLED “IOCS"Confirm that SWTsettingis as specifiedin theServoCharacteristic Chart.Re-set SW7 accordingtotheServoCharacteristic Chart.8Incorrect setting ofSW7Correct wiring.Check wiring.Incorrect wiring atterminals (U,...

  • Page 229

    t1'i'G!3ÿ79-E P-33SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTINGNo.TroubleCausesCheckMeasuresLED “HV”lights.113-phaseinput voltageis abnormallyhigh.Check the input 3-phase power with amultimeter.Check the powercapacity.ngiiDefective powertransistor of DC powersupplyCheck thepowertransistor.Replace theD...

  • Page 230

    3479-E P-34SECTION 3TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTING(3)OthersNo.TroubleCausesCheckMeasuresDIFF OVER erroroccurs.13Incorrectsetting ofSW1 andSW2Confirm thatSW1 andSW2settings are asspecified in theServoCharacteristic Chart.Re-setSW1 andSW2according totheServoCharacteristic Chart./Incorrectwiring atterm...

  • Page 231

    343479-E P-35SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTINGsG;(4)Checking Power TransistorProcedure:1)Remove the SVC-A board.2)Disconnect theleads and bus bar for the powertransistor to be checked.3)Measure theresistance between terminals using a multimeter.Correct resistance is as in¬dicated inTable 3-3....

  • Page 232

    3479-E P-36SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING4-2.BDU-D Series ServoDriveUnitThe brushless motorservo driveunit (Type D)is usedforthe control of the tool magazine andcrossrail automaticpositioning, (optional)4-2-1.Protection FunctionsThe BDU-D seriesservo drive unit has thefollowing protectionfun...

  • Page 233

    P-35'NG3479-E P-37SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING(2)Servo AmplifierUnita)Protection function using protection componentsaandTypeIndicationContentsNo-fusebreaker1)Na-fuse breaker leveristripped toOFF.2)LED “LV" lights.(SVC No. 2 board)Protects thecircuits fromabnormalcurrentcaused by gr...

  • Page 234

    3479-E P-38SECTION 3TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTINGTypeIndicationContentsPCB control powersupply alarmLED “VR" lights.The protection function isactivated when± 12 Vpower supply ofthecontrolcircuit lowers below ± 10.8 V togenerate an alarm and motorrotationisstoppedwith dynamic brake applied....

  • Page 235

    '-25iNG3479-EP-39SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING4-2-2.Trouble and TroubleshootingIf any problem occurs, locate the cause of the problemreferring tothe inspection itemsindicatedbelow.(1)DC-PS (DCPower Supply)Unit=n4No.ProblemWhat toCheckMeasures toTakeitNo-fuse breakeristripped.1Connection at...

  • Page 236

    3479-E P-40SECTION 3 TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTING(2)Servo Amplifier UnitProblemNo.What toCheckMeasures to Take7No-fuse breakeristripped.Connection at outputterminals (U,V, W,and E) for short,groundingandwrong connectionCorrect wiring.Transformer on BDC boardReplace defective transformer.Power tran...

  • Page 237

    3479-E P-41SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING4Q•iGNo.ProblemWhat toCheckMeasures toTakeLED “IOC-M" lights12Setting of SW1 andSW2 onSVCNo. 2boardRe-set SW1. SW2 according toServo Characteristic Chart.up.(Motor overcurrentalarm)Connection at outputterminals (U,V, W, and E) for short, gro...

  • Page 238

    3479-E P-42SECTION 3TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTINGNote 1:How toCheck Power TransistorsooC2, ElClj81E2E1.C2B2ClE2—00 o 0D—oB1B2ElE2(Screw Terminal Type)(FastonTerminal Type)El-Bl,C2Check voltageacrossthese terminals.E2-B2,C2ClfB1E1.C2 O?B2E2Fig. 3-13Equivalent Circuit ofPowerTransistori;

  • Page 239

    3~12riNG3479-E P-43SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTINGNo.ProblemWhat toCheckMeasures toTake16LED “E8" lightsup.(Encoder patterndata alarm)Wiring between connector CN1 atSVC No. 1boardand ECP II, andbetween CN2 and motor incorpo¬rated encoderCheck connector andcable.(Mainly, upperdigit sig...

  • Page 240

    3479-E P-44SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING(3)Brushless Servomotor OperationsNo.ProblemWhat toCheckMeasures to Take19Servomotor does notrotateeven when acommand is given.Are magnetswitches inDC-PS unitandservo amplifier unit ON?1)Check connector (CN4)in DC-PS unit.2)Check connectors (CN5, 6, 7...

  • Page 241

    3479-E P-45SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING-U|AiG4-2-3.Precaution toObserve for Maintenance0)Before operating theno-fuse breaker ofthe DC power supplyunit andservo amplifier unit, al¬ways turnoffthe no-fusebreaker (maincircuit breaker) atthecontrol box.Before replacing fuses,or printedcircuit...

  • Page 242

    3610-E P-283SECTION 3PARAMETERS>82':3NSECTION 3PARAMETERS-ItiAnKinds ofParameters Used by OSP5020M1.With the OSP5020M, parametersare classifiedas indicatedbelow and specialdisplay screens areprepared forindividual parametertypestoallow parameter setting by directly inputtinga numericalvalue or...

  • Page 243

    361CJ-E P-284SECTION 3PARAMETERSI2.Parameter Table by FunctionRemarksParameter tobeSetSetting (ternFactory-setbyOkumaSYSTEM PARAMETERP TRAVELLIMITN TRAVEL LIMITTravelendlimit£Specified by user.Factory-set at thesame valueas the systemparameterUSER PARAMETERP PROG UMIT WRKN PROG LIMIT WRKPPROG LI...

  • Page 244

    3610-EP-285SECTION 3PARAMETERSParameter tobe SetSetting ItemRemarksServo drive unit controllingconstantsSYSTEM PARAMETERFactory-set by OkumaHARD SERVO COEFFKVVALUESLOW-UP/DOWNMachine origin of magazineMC SYSTEM PARAMETER(LONG WORD)No. 9MAGAZINE OFFST 1No. 10MAGAZINE OFFST 2No. 11MAGAZINE OFFST 3F...

  • Page 245

    ISECTION 3PARAMETERSRemarksParameter tobe SetSetting ItemRetraction forG73 cycleFactory-set at0.3 mm (0.012NCOPTIONAL PARAMETER(LONG WORD)No. 1Fixed cyclein.)Retraction forG83 cycleFactory-set at 1mm (0.04 in.)NCOPTIONAL PARAMETER(LONG WORD)No. 2T;Retraction forG76 andG87before orientationFactory...

  • Page 246

    oo *u-c r-no tSECTION 3 PARAMETERSRemarksParameter tobeSetSetting ItemjncherParity check executionFactory-set at “not execute"NC OPTIONAL PARAMETER(BIT)No. 8:bit 2NC OPTIONAL PARAMETEREven parityFactory-set at oddparity(BIT)No. 8:bit 3=oe ReadingCode for tape reading, suchas fixed tape cod...

  • Page 247

    I3610-EP-288SECTION 3PARAMETERSParameter to beSetRemarksSetting ItemCutter radiuscompensationOffsetData for compensation vectorcheckFactory-set at0.05 mm (0.002NC OPTIONAL PARAMETER(LONG WORD)No. 4in.)NCOPTIONAL PARAMETER(LONG WORD)No. 5No. 6Starting/endpoint deceleratingdistance compensationcome...

  • Page 248

    3610-E P-289SECTION 3PARAMETERSSetting ItemParameter tobe SetRemarksunit systemfor settingNC OPTIONAL PARAMETERChange in thesetting unitsystemFactory-set at 1mm (0.04 in.),1°, 1 sec, 1mm/min (0.04ipm) and 1mm/rev (0.04ipr)(BIT)No. 9:bits 0 to 7INPUT UNIT SYSTEMNCOPTIONAL PARAMETER(BIT)No. 3:bits...

  • Page 249

    JO»U-Cr*touSECTION 3PARAMETERStf£I£Parameter to beSetRemarksSettingItemNC OPTIONAL PARAMETERExecution of workpiecegeometry enlargementorreductionFactory-set at“notexecute’for allaxesWorkpiece geometryenlargement/reduction(BIT)No. 6:bits 0 to 5Selection ofthe axis tobecommand canceledFactor...

  • Page 250

    3610-E P-291SECTION 3 PARAMETERS.•> •Parameter tobeSetSetting itemRemarkstATCMC USER PARAMETER (WORD)No. 5:TOOLUNCLAMP TIMESpindle tool unclamptimeFactory-set at3secMC USERPARAMETER (WORD). No. 8:PLUG TOOL NO.Plugtool numberFactory-set at0MC USER PARAMETER (WORD)No. 7: END BUZZER TIMEznd b...

  • Page 251

    3610-E P-292SECTION 3PARAMETERS3.Description of Parameter and SettingProcedure,T1‘.Common VariablesThe variables, whichare common to schedule programs, main programsand subprograms, may bereferenced and updated.For details, see Section 11,1-2-1.“Common Variables’ in the “Program¬mingManu...

  • Page 252

    3610-E P-293SECTION 3PARAMETERSNote:Up toeight digits of data elementsmay be entered.Internally, they are floating pointnumbers which are eight bytes long.316301.00X00Mantissa part\SignbitExponent part(0 to 255)Decimal point positionKey in “ **as entrydata andpress theWRITE key.This results in ...

  • Page 253

    3610-E P-294SECTION 3 PARAMETERSUser Parameters3-2.Thefollowing user parameters areavailable.Factory-setInitialValueCRT DisplaySetting RangeNo.ContentsDepends onmachinespecification-99999999 to+ 99999999PPROGLIMITWRKSoftware-based P-directional and N-directional travel end limits disclosed touser...

  • Page 254

    3610-E P-295SECTION 3 PARAMETERSSetting procedure is shown below:(1)Press the PARAMETER key.r(2)Press thefunction key[F6] or [F7] (ITEM) until theUSER PARAMETER screen appears.PARAMETERSET«USEP PBfWETER-»:yP PROS LIMTr l*K_NPROG UrST It*'.-2S00.00O-1150.000P PRO; LIMITmN PROG LIMH M:GoO 0V2B=U&...

  • Page 255

    3610-E P-296SECTION 3PARAMETERSG/M Code Macro Setting3-3.TheG codemacroprovides the functions equivalent to MODIN,MODOUT andCALL(1)G100Thesame code as MODOUT, which cancelsMODIN. Its format isas follows:G100(no argument setting)(2)G101 to G110The same codeas MODIN, which executesthe specified sub...

  • Page 256

    3610-E P-297SECTIONS PARAMETERSOperating procedureisas follows:(1)Press the PARAMETER key.(2)Press the function key [F6] or[F7] (ITEM) until theG/M CODE MACRO screen appears.P ARAMETERSET*Gcore MACRO*MODING1010123aG102G1B3m CODE MACRO*CALLcaj.GillPilTJ'lG113G113GliaG115G116GUTG11BG119G12Dceoirtso...

  • Page 257

    3610-E P-298SECTION 3PARAMETERSf?Machine User Parameter (Long Word)$3-4.Param-SettingFactorySetInitialValueSettingRangeEffectiveCommandCRT DisplayNameContentseterUnitNo.i-99999999to999999990.001mm(0.00004DependsonmachinespecificationSET,ADDMovable rangeofcrossrail (Y-axis) inthepositivedirectionC...

  • Page 258

    3B10-EP-299SECTION 3PARAMETERSOperating procedureis asfollows:t1)Press the PARAMETER key.(2)Press the function key[F6] or [F7] (ITEM) untiltheMC USER PARAMETER (LONG WORD)screen appears.PARAMETERSET«TC USER PfiRRrCTER CLOt-C WORD)-MO.NO.1CROSSRL P LIMIT2 CROSSRL NLIMIT3 BT Y-Pa flfT Y-NS PTC PLI...

  • Page 259

    3610-EP-300SECTION 3PARAMETERSMachineUser Parameter (Word)Themachine user parameter (word)consists of the following elements:3-5.FactorySetInitialValueParam-SettingEffectiveCommandSettingRangeCRT Display NameeterContentsUnitNo.SET,ADD30min1minAXISLUBE TIMECycle time foraxislubrication (Interval)0...

  • Page 260

    I—ouSECTION 3PARAMETERSFactorySet InitialValuesram-EffectiveCommandSettingRangeSettingCRT Display NameContentserUnitCROSSRL UPTIME12Upward movementtime ofthe crossrail initsupwardmovementsSET,Depends0- 6000.1secADDonmachinespecifi¬cationCHIP CLEANERTIMEON duration of chip cleaner13Same asabove...

  • Page 261

    SECTION 3 PARAMETERSSetting procedure is as follows:(1) PressPARAMETER//FAK AMCTCP.SCT•OS UJK TireLUBCnrc3 matnr+ rut•* rwn—w_T»CS TOO.nrc6w VTJUa THC" DOmas Tire3 *-LCTax. ro.?5PEL tXUXSDTireiocs. ns7nreino*me»*toe1ar»c*nre 'ELOiTire? li3013 OC«*3014AI& |000BS000HRHQRHLJS058:s...

  • Page 262

    3B10-E P-303SECTION 3PARAMETERSPARAMETERSET*nc U5ERPARAreTER (UORD>=NO.NO.1AXIS LUESTireZ CROSS3. LUBE Tire3was PUrPTireACROSSRL PUfTiret TOOL UNCLArFTires potes SAVIN;Tire7 EHD HC7TRTire8PUJi TOO. NO.? SPI»_ OVLOADTireio OILr.i3T Tiren csossfa. STOPTireis CROSSSL IP Tire3012 CHIP CLEATERTlrE...

  • Page 263

    OO I U-CI—JLWSECTION 3PARAMETERSMachine User Parameter (Bit)The machine user parameter bits available are listed below:3-6.FactorySet InitialValueBitParameterSET 1SET 0ContentsNo.No.Turns offDoes notturn off0Issuing an M09command does not turnoffthecoolant.0Turns off0Does notturn offIssuing an ...

  • Page 264

    SECTION 3PARAMETERSFactorySetInitialValueBitameterContentsSET 1SET 0No.Attachment jointair blowerisineffective whenattachment isinstalled._IneffectiveEffective00EffectiveAttachment joint air blower is ineffective whenadaptor isinstalled.Ineffective01NotFor multi-link magazine, command is executed...

  • Page 265

    3610-E P-306SECTION 3PARAMETERSFactorySet InitialValueParameterBitSET 0ContentsSET 1No.No.Single block offcondition is made ineffective forthe third indicating lamp (NC running).IneffectiveEffective00Automatic operation and singleblock offconditionsaremade ineffective for thethirdindicating lamp ...

  • Page 266

    SECTION 3PARAMETERSFactorySetInitialValue| ParameterBitContentsSET 1SET 0No.i.ATC cyclein progress for APC startconditions ismadeineffective.0IneffectiveEffective0The Scommand entered through the pendantoperation panel is made ineffective duringmanualintervention.IneffectiveEffective10ii10fWRITE ...

  • Page 267

    3610-E P-308SECTION 3PARAMETERSFactorySet InitialValueParameterBitSETOContentsSET 1No.No.Automatic power shutoffis made effective.EffectiveIneffective00Operation completion indicatinglamp is madeeffective.EffectiveIneffective01Alarm indicating lampis made effective.EffectiveIneffective20Operation...

  • Page 268

    3610-E P-309SECTION 3 PARAMETERS(1) press PARAMETER.Setting procedureis as follows:/7im138mC.OHTT*ni:mTmTiIBu(S'!I—I—I.TiHI7—......OKUMA-ÿT—L*1277/ /(6) Press WRITE.///i(5) Keyin data.//(3) Press thecursor keys.(2)Press the function key[F6]or [F7] (ITEM).(4)Press the function key [FI ](S...

  • Page 269

    3610-EP-310SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC OptionalParameter (Long Word)The optional parameter (long words)that followare available. The parameter numbersare keyed tothenumberson theCRT screen.3-7.FactoryParam-SetSettingRangeContentsItemeterInitialNo.ValueIn G73 cycle, Z-axis isinfed by “Q",retracte...

  • Page 270

    3610-E P-311SECTION 3 PARAMETERSFactory. Param-starSetSettingRangeItemContentsInitialNo.ValueCutterradiuscompensationvectorcheckdataFor anextremelysmall comer movement,ifAVxAV and AVy = AV, thenignorestherear movingpoint for movementTheAVis set bythe check data.42*502 to5000(0.05 mm)(0.002 in.), ...

  • Page 271

    3610-E P-312SECTION 3PARAMETERSFactoryParam-SetSettingRangeContentseteritemInitialNo.ValueThree-dimensional tooloffset vectorsize7Three-dimensionaltool offset vector0-99999999 to+ 99999999/G41 tool path4 -v/"AProgrammedpathVector component inXp-axis direction:AVx= ir/pVector component in Yp-...

  • Page 272

    3610-EP-313SECTION 3 PARAMETERSFactoryi'am-SetSettingRangeItemContentsarInitialValueError dataresulting fromcutterradiuscompensationcalculation forminute circulararcs and quasi¬fullcircles incutterradiuscompensationmode325c102 to200(0.01mm)(0.0004 in.)AXAXiAyryQuasi-full circle(AXAV,AYAV)Minutea...

  • Page 273

    3610-E P-314SECTION 3PARAMETERSFactoryParam-SettingRangeSetContentseterItemInitialNo.ValueIn the G76 and G87 cycle, the cutting toolisinfed tolevel “Z" wherea dwell of “P"seconds iscarried outand thenit isretracted upwards by “d". At thisretractedlevel,the cutting toolis shif...

  • Page 274

    3610-EP-315SECTION 3 PARAMETERSIFactoryParam-SetSottingRangeItemContentseterInitialNo.ValueTolerance for theinterference withcutterradiuscompensation18When the programmed tool path is differentfromthe actualtool path as shown in thefigure below, atool interference errorisgeneratedwhile the tooldo...

  • Page 275

    3610-E P-316SECTION 3PARAMETERSFactoryParam-SettingRangeSetContentseterItemInitialNo.ValueSets the maximumlength oftool tobeused.This settingis necessary toshorten theoperation time by usingthe automatic toollength offset/brokentool detection function.0 Cam)0 to999Maximumtoollength44r-**;i:-g

  • Page 276

    3610-E P-317SECTION 3 PARAMETERSData settingprocedureis as follows:(1)Press PARAMETER.7/NC-STATUSBSSSBBEHffiCSSEE0000(11000000000000000000000000000000000SEISEE00HEBEPARAMETERSETwc CÿTZOKC W»**CTE>>UDRT’f*02331e51222321000to2*s20e26IT0300aie02010£ Sto2CCT TOT -W-35C.3ZP-S0.32DEntry data...

  • Page 277

    3610-EP-318SECTION 3PARAMETERSCursorFARAMETEF/SET*NC OPTIONALPPRSfETER CL0N3 U3RD)«=NO.NO.NO.NO.0'21022023024025025027230111603121000121013501403203040501506016600Parameter No.70170280016101?2000020S0502903030U00X2YACT POSIT (WORK)-350.320-250.320A-Mtd99.680Entry data-5 SBOI EEAROH|ITEM*|CDfTEMO...

  • Page 278

    3610-E P-319SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC Optional Parameter (Word)3.The optional parameter (words)that followare availableFactory-aram-eterSetSettingRangeContentsIteminitial>;o.ValueTape feedholesin punchingFor a punchout inthe PIP (transfer) mode,there isa tapefeed before the program ispunched out,w...

  • Page 279

    3610-E P-320SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(word)FactoryParam-SetSettingRangeContentseterItemInitialNo.ValueDeceleratingratio of cutterradiuscompensationarc’s internaloverride100%1 to 100%5Programmedpathrprc/Tool pathGenerally, thefeedrate during cutterradiuscompensationis controlled s...

  • Page 280

    3610-E P-321SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(word)FactoryParam-SetSettingRangeeterItemContentsInitialValueNo.Override inpocketmilling(spiral type)comer cuttingPocket milling (spiral type)PMILR100%71 to 100%-•ÿN——*In the movementillustrated above,thisparameterspecifies the override ...

  • Page 281

    3610-EP-322SECTION 3 PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (word)FactoryParam-SetSettingRangeContentseterItemInitialNo.Value00 to 100%This specifies the overridevaluefor rapidfeedrate when traveling rapidly tohomeposition.Rapid feedrateoverrideintraveling tohome position120 to 1Automatic updating ofsch...

  • Page 282

    SECTION 3 PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (word)FactoryParam¬eterSetSettingRangeContentsItemInitialValueNo.!25Sets the duration from filename designation(DC4 output) tofileread (DC1 output)forchannel 2with DC codecontrol. If “0"isset,the parameterNo. 36willbe usedautomatically.0secHie rea...

  • Page 283

    J3610-EP-324SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(word)FactoryParam-SettingRangeSetContentseterItemInitialNo.ValueReadycompletionwaiting time forRS232C channelThis specifies theduration in which theRS232C channel 0 mustbe set ready.Ifitis not setreadywithin the time specified,analarmoccurs.10 ...

  • Page 284

    3610-E P-325SECTION 3 PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(word)FactoryParam-SetSettingRangeeterItemContentsInitialNo.ValueRS232C channelused for DNC-Achannel430(channel)0 to 4(channel)SettingDevice NameTT: (CNO) [RS232C]0CN1 :[RS232C]1CN2 :[RS232C]2CN3 :[RS232C]3CN4 :[RS232C]4Channel No. forDC code c...

  • Page 285

    3610-EP-326SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (word)FactoryParam-SetSettingRangeContentseterIteminitialValueNo.00 to5Designation ofprint data outputexternal devicename46Device NameSetting(CNO) [RS232C]TT0CN1[RS232C]1CN2[RS232C]2CN3[RS232C]3CN4[RS232C]4PR[Centronics]5This specifiesthe number...

  • Page 286

    3610-E P-327SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (word)Factory=>aram-SetSettingRangeItemeterContentsInitialValueNo.Synchronizedtapping torquemonitorSpindle speed610%1 to100Synchronized tapping torquemonitoringstarts inthe followingmanner(1)Spindle overloadis ignored untilthespindle speed r...

  • Page 287

    3610-E P-328SECTION 3PARAMETERSData settingprocedure isas follows:(1) Press PARAMETERiI-NC-STATUS /--MODE1RUfflEElClEHEg]00000000000000000000000000000000iÿi®ii®in00 0EI(©Errm EISISB00WEBS--OSp5Q20MPARAMETERSETm: CÿTICm.«5P»CTD> ifcOWK).NO.MO.103110ZZ0s §11o18012D0=3Ua0S30U188IS30og18o0...

  • Page 288

    SECTION 3 PARAMETERSCursor/? A F; AME7 ST.SET*X OPTIONALPARffrCTER <UORD>«MO.NO.NO.NO.11ISO121QO13901410015240016100170IB200019020021103102022103203023002402502602702E029303005060Parameter No.708091L10lx2YACT POSIT (UORKJ-250.320-250.320A-rtid99.600Entry data-S 500S2TADDSEPRCH|ITEMrITEM*-|...

  • Page 289

    3610-EP-330SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC OptionalParameter (Bit)The NC optional parameter(bits)that follow areavailable.3-9.FactoryParam-SetBitSet 1Set 0ContentseterNo.InitialNo.Value0ISOSets TapecodeElA1RecognitiontapecodeautomaticallyDoesDoes not11AutomaticTape CodeRecognitionTape CodeSettingOperatingC...

  • Page 290

    3610-E P-331SECTION 3 PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (bit)Factorym-BitSetContentsSet 1Set 0No.Initial>•0.ValueStop0Non-StopDuring automatic operationwith the single block ON,a blockofa control statementsuch as IF, GOTOor CALL usuallydoes notcome toa stopuntil the nextblock is executed. This...

  • Page 291

    13610-EP-332SECTION 3PARAMETERSiNC optional parameter (bit)CFactoryParam-Set1BitSet 0Set 1ContentseterlInitialNo.No.?ValueSelects 0.001 deg or 0.0001 degfor angle unit system.0.001 deg000.0001degDoesDoes notA system resetis followed bybubble memory loading and ittakes 80seconds orso for theNC tob...

  • Page 292

    3610-E P-333SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (bit)Factoryjram-BitSetsterContentsSet 1Set 0No.InitialValueNo.Enlarges/reduces thegraph for the X-axis.0Does0Does notEnlarges/reduces thegraph for the Y-axis.Does01Does notEnlarges/reduces the graphfor theZ-axis.Does02Does notEnlarges/reduces ...

  • Page 293

    3b'1U-e H-334SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (bit)FactoryParam-SetBitSet 0Set 1ContentseterInitialValueNo.No.0In data setting, unit system of length is either “inch" or“mm".Inch0mmMinimumIn datasetting, setting unitis either minimum settingunitor 1mm, 1inch, 1 deg. and 1sec...

  • Page 294

    3610-E P-335SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter (bit)FactoryParam-BrtSetSet 0ContentsSet 1eterinitialNo.No.ValueTape conversion function is executed.(OSP3000M levelI, FS-9MlevelI/H )YesNo*000102End ofrecordcodeforNC program transmission(DNC-B, C)LFCR,LF030411Designationof the parameter setti...

  • Page 295

    SECTION 3PARAMETERS:£1NC optional parameter (bit)t•7FactoryParam-SetBitSet 0Set 1ContentseterInitialNo.No.Value1bit2 bitStop bit ofCN1: (RS232C)0IExternalREADYReady signal ofCN1: (RS232C)InternalREADY0“1CheckedNotParity check ofCN1: (RS232C)01checkedi1EvenOddParity ofCNt: (RS232C)0"3ATh...

  • Page 296

    SECTION 3PARAMETERSNCoptional parameter (bit)Factory-aram-SetBitContentsSet 1Set 0=terInitialValueNo.NO.0001020304• 15STM answer timeovercheck functionis made effective.Alarm 615STM time overOptional parameter (word) No. 18Effective Ineffective05Effective IneffectiveIn-position timeover checkfu...

  • Page 297

    3610-E P-338SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryiParam-SetBitzSet 0Set 1ContentseterinitialValueNo.%No.IDoesDoes not0Fixes the cycie axisfor afixed cycle,which may be anyaxis other than planedesignation, attheZ-axis.010Bit 10011I20Bit 20011See thetableat theleft.*P-XN-XP-YN-YShift...

  • Page 298

    SECTION 3 PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)\Factoryaram-BitSetContentsSet 1Set 0:erNo.InitialValue.3.X-axisOne-directional positioning ata targetpointiscarried out after an overrun is madeagainst thatpointIt is possible todetermine the finalpositioning direction on anaxis base.In otherwords,on...

  • Page 299

    JOIU-CSECTION 3PARAMETERS*NC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam-SetBitSet 0Set 1ContentseterInitialValueNo.No.DoesDoes notGivesD.STA transmission request in the simple DNC (DNC-C) mode00- 2Anypointon arcActualpositionForsingle-axis command,actual position or apoint on thearcis takenas the comman...

  • Page 300

    NC optional parameter(bit)Factory3aram-SetBitSet 1Set 0ContentsstarInitialValueNo.No.2bitStop bit ofCN4: (RS232C)1bit0*0InternalREADYExternalREADY0Ready signal ofCN4: (RS232C)1Parity checkof CN4: (RS232C)CheckedNot0*2checkedEvenOddParityof CN4: (RS232C)0*3There isThere is8-bitJIS ofCN4: (RS232C)0...

  • Page 301

    JC I U-Cr -oneISECTION 3 PARAMETERSiNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam-SetBitSet 0Set 1ContentseterinitialValueNo.No.OverrideswitchParameter0No. 90OverrideswitchParameter0No. 101Inthe positioning at the home position, its rapidfeedrate is controlled eitherby setting ofoverrideswitch or settin...

  • Page 302

    SECTION 3 PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)Factory=ram-BitSetSet 1ContentsSet 0erNo.initialValueParameterOverrideswitch0No. 250OverrideswitchNo. 26Parameter01OverrideswitchParameter02No. 27inthe positioning at the homeposition, its rapidfeedrateis controlled either by setting ofoverrideswitch ...

  • Page 303

    3610-E P-344SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam-SetBitSet 1Set 0ContentseterInitialNo.No.ValuePunched0Not0punchedPunchedNot01punchedPunchedNot02punchedPunchedNot03Specifies theEIA code which represents“**.punched28PunchedNot04punchediC *PunchedNot05punchedPunchedNot06punch...

  • Page 304

    JU I yjSECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam¬eterBitSetContentsSet 1Set 0No.InitialValueNo.0PunchedNot0punched1PunchedNot0punched2PunchedNot0punched3Punched Not0Specifies the E1A code which representspunched304Punched Not0punched5PunchedNot0punched6Punched Not0punchedPunched ...

  • Page 305

    3610-EP-346SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam-BrtSetContentseterSet 1Set 0No.InitialNo.ValueSetting of machine parameter data is enabled whendebuggingEnabled0Not0enabled10232X304050NC outputis performed during boxcheck.6OutputNot output0Carries outbox check.7DoesDoes not0Gr...

  • Page 306

    ou ‘SECTION 3 PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryBitSeteterContentsSet 0Set 1No.InitialValueNo.Single block stop atpoint Rlevel in thefixed cycle iseffective.0EffectiveIneffective0Communication with MOP1Not madeMade0*2Mirrorimage effective inWorkcoordinatesystemLocalcoordinatesystemorsl...

  • Page 307

    SECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam¬eterSetBitSet 1Set 0ContentsInitialValueNo.No.The unit ofvariables assigned toMSB is setat 0.001 mm(0.0001 inches) whenbit 0and bit 6ofNC optionalparameter (bit) No. 3 are “0" and “1", respectively.0.001 mm(0.0001 in.)1mm(1 ...

  • Page 308

    I IUN b " “'•-v-iivid i =PVONC optional parameter (bit)FactoryBitSetContentsSet 0Set 1eterInitialNo.No.ValueStopbit ofMOP-TOOL1bit2bit00Read signal ofMOP-TOOLInternalREADYExternalREADY01CheckedParity check ofMOP-TOOLNot0238checkedOddParity of MOP-TOOLEven03040506Communication device ofMO...

  • Page 309

    • 'UJUSECTION 3PARAMETERSNC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam-SetBitSet 1SetOContentseterInitialValueNo.No.0DNC-B method,protocol AData at41st to44th byte ofSAT andSET command bit 00Data at 41st to 44th byteofSAT andSET command bit 101Data at 41st to 44th byte ofSAT andSET commandbit 20243Dat...

  • Page 310

    aco I IUN 3 h'wwnic icnoNC optionai parameter(bit)FactorySetBitSet 1Set 0ContentseterInitialValueNo.: No.000102030447i0506tExecutesFS-9M tapeconversion operationDoesDoes not0700Coordinate systemin which tool length offset is carried outin 3-Dcoordinate systemconversionSlantedcoordi¬natesystemWor...

  • Page 311

    t)£UI IUIN OrnnniviL i cnC5NC optional parameter(bit)FactoryParam-SetBitSet 0Set 1ContentseterInitialNo.No.Value0001020350Specifies an irregular code.040506070001020351Specifies a regularcode (ISO code).04050607Addi¬tionalBasic0Additional axis selection in the upper surface detectionmode forfix...

  • Page 312

    Data settingprocedure is asfollows:(1)Press PARAMETER.I//NC-STATUSciiJEEillsallnECII CD || (°3II 5)-MODE--00000000000000S00000000000000001=1SEB0 0@0 KIIS0 E00 ISIIÿII®IRrr00 IfTFFlPj-OSP5O20M -J—--JAF.AMITEESET•»n c*ncm. pcpcrcTTP \8irj*- 3 2 I0K‘.’ fio : c cc e I i::cco :o o c e e oi...

  • Page 313

    uu II[SECTION 3PARAMETERSCursorPARAMETERSETwt: OPTIONS*. PPPPrETEP (BIT)*-NO.76543210' I010000112010O00'00300000010400001111.510000000e00C0QDBQ7oooeeiooB0000000050000001 C100000000076543\2 1000C0000000000000000000000000000000 0-000000CC10NO.0011121214ISParameter No.IDXyAST POSIT (WORT?-250.320—...

  • Page 314

    ocu| IOINo rnnnifiu. »»—*Unit Systems forProgrammingTheunit systemsset byNC optional parameter(bit)No. 3,bit 0 throughbit 7,and No. 9,bit 0 and bit1, can be confirmed on thedisplay.Fromthis page, it is possible to settheunit system.Notethat theunit systemsof length, angle,feedrate(mm/min), fe...

  • Page 315

    I IUINo rMrvMivic» crvo3-11.Machine System Paramter (Long Word)The machine system parameter (long word) consists of the setting items thatfollow.FactorySet InitialValueParam-SettingRangeSettingEffectiveCommandCRT Display NameContentseterUnitNo.Depends0.001 mm(0.00004Output valueof theabsolute po...

  • Page 316

    Machine systemparameter (long word)FactorySet InitialValue,TI-SettingRangeSettingEffectiveCommandCRT Display NameContents•srUnit.0.Depends onmachineAACMAG OFFSTOutput valueof theabsolute positionencoderattheAAC magazine'szero positionDepends1 part12SETADDonmachinespecifica¬tion.specifica-CALti...

  • Page 317

    3610-EP-358SECTION 3PARAMETERSMachine system parameter(long word)FactorySet InitialValueParam-SettingRangeSettingEffectiveCommandCRT DisplayNameContentseterUnitNo.DependsRelative position ofM85(M199)from zero ofautomatic crossrailpositioningSET-999999990.001CROSS OFFSTI22ADDtoonmmmachinespecifica...

  • Page 318

    SECTION 3 PARAMETERSMachine system parameter (long word)FactorySet InitialValue:‘am-SettingSettingRangeEffectiveCommandCRT DisplayNameContents5'Unit32CROSSSEC.UMITDepends onmachineSETDepends0.001mm(0.00004PADDonin.)machinespecifica-CALtionspecifica¬tionCROSS SEC.UMITSame asaboveSameasaboveSame...

  • Page 319

    jcnu-tH-JSUSECTION 3PARAMETERSMachine systemparameter (long word)FactorySetInitialValueParam-SettingRangeSettingEffectiveCommandCRT Display NameContentseterUnitNo.-ShifterAPAMAXAPC LIMITAPC shifter positionwhich allows axismovement of X and Baxes.SETDepends0.00144ADDmmonCALmachine(0.00004to+Shift...

  • Page 320

    SbO I I'-ZI'J Ornnnmt i crivjSetting procedure isas follows:(1)Press PARAMb )bM.X\NC-SÿATUSBSSjpBBBlDESiafesS0000000000B00000000000000000000000 0000FAF.AMETEF.SETTC E'.'STm Ptco-CTTC iLOTi; LN.‘.»«>.l COÿTCPorrsi CAZ cc®»icr crr«T Oir&9.a CM9=.•CÿICP C«T5T CP0-VC3IC<rrr: ?...

  • Page 321

    SECTION 3PARAMETERSIiPARAMETERSET•nc SYSTEM PAROrCTER CLOfC WCRD)«NO.NO.011 «WCII£0TT3T 30OTTSZT013 SWIVL hCAD OTST0141CARRIER OTTST CA2 CARRIER OTTSTCH3 CARRIER ORTST CV4CARRIER OTTST CS5CARRIER OTTSTCP0000IS ATAIR Z-P LIMITIS ATAIT Z-NLIMIT0 'IT ATI-TLIMIT16 ATZ-N LIMIT19 AT IN POSITION20 ...

  • Page 322

    12.Machine System Parameter (Word)TheMC system parameter (word)includes the settingitems that follow.FactorySet InitialValuearam-SettingRangeSettingEffectiveCommandCRT Display Name:srContentsUnit.3.DependsThe rangeofATCoperationSequencenumberATC SEQUENCESETOperationsequence numberofthe ATC1NO.onm...

  • Page 323

    3610-E P-364SECTIONSPARAMETERSMachine systemparameter(word)FactorySet InitialValueParam-EffectiveCommandSettingRangeSettingCRT Display NameContentseterUnitNo.AT SEQ NO.Operation sequence numberforswivel head orattachmentSETDepends0 to 1010onmachinespecifica¬tion.AAC(C) SEQ NO.Operation sequence ...

  • Page 324

    SECTION 3 PARAMETERSMachine systemparameter (word)EffectiveCommanFactorySet initialValueiram-SettingSettingFlangeCRT DisplayNameContents.erUnit|No.dSPINDLE OSCIL DAThis spindle willoscillate ingear change.DA outputinthisoscillation is set bythisparameter.DA voltage= [(parametersetting)/16383]*10V...

  • Page 325

    SECTION 3PARAMETERSMachine system parameter(word)FactorySet InitialVaJueParam-SettingFlangeSettingEffectiveCommandCRT Display NameContentseterUnitNo.DependsSET0 toThis parameterspecifies thespindlerotationacceleration/decelerationfactor.ACCEL/DECELCOEFF3565535ADDonmachinespecifica¬tion.c.36”23...

  • Page 326

    OCU IIWI\ OrnnniSettingprocedure isas follows:t(1)Press PARAMETER.-NC-SVTUS---HHSIgSB- MODEV---0000000000B0B00000BBB00000000000O0 (©EBB_00 0(©)(©)0E00 (©E00-000 SHE?fARAKETEF:SET»nc 5V5TD1 PORorCTD?to.NO.1ATC saxjcnx to.z ope SDaucNcr to.3aor>sco to.4«crT. SCO to.s 70 fl»io.s rtxco«un ...

  • Page 327

    3610-E P-368SECTION 3PARAMETERS(7)If nosetting dataison the screen,press thepage key [PJ. ] to advance thescreen to page 2.Page 1looks like:FA RAM STEP.SET*MC SYSTEM PARArCTER (WORD)*_. NO.11 AAC(C) S3 NO.NO.1 fiTTC SEQUENCE NO.2 APC SEQUENCE NO.3 OACCFJ SEQ NO.4 POC(T)SEQ NO.5 TO AWIA.B MODE6PAL...

  • Page 328

    SitUI IUNa Krtrvuvit i tno(8)Using thecursor keys, position the cursor atthe desired position.Setting:(a)When datais previously known(9)Press thefunction key[FI] (SET).(10) Enter the data with keyboard.(b)Whendata has already been set andit is necessary to set the increment againstthe data(9)Pres...

  • Page 329

    3610-E P-370SECTION 3PARAMETERSSystem ParameterOnthe*SYSTEM PARAMETER' display screen, page 1includes the followingitems aredisplayed:This displayscreen is notprovided dependingon the machine model.< Screen 1>3-13.FactorySetInitial Valuemm (in.)SettingRangeCRT DisplayNameContentsSettingUnit...

  • Page 330

    SECTION 3PARAMETERS<Screen 2>RT DisplayNameFactory Set InitialValue mm (in.)SettingRangeContentsSetting UnitSWL HDPOSFRONTSelectedunit systemX= 400 (15.75)Y= -150 (-5.91)Z= -330 (-12.99)-99999999to99999999These parameters setthepositions(front, left,rear and right) of thehorizontal spindle ...

  • Page 331

    aoiu-e K-azzSECTION 3PARAMETERS<Screen 4>FactorySetInitial Valuemm On.)SettingRangeCRT DisplayNameSetting UnitContentsSelected unitsystem-99999999Sets the home position fortheATC.Settingshould be carried outinthe machinecoordinate system.Depends onmachinespecificationHOMEPOSmON 1to+ 9999999...

  • Page 332

    3610-E P-373SECTION 3PARAMETERS< Screen 5>Factory SetInitial Valuemm (in.)CRT Displayj:NameSettingFlangeContentsSetting Unitj HOME' POSITION 9Selected unitsystemDepends onmachinespecification-99999999to+ 99999999lHOMEPOSITION 10Same asaboveSame as aboveSameasabove!.HOME: POSITION 11Same asa...

  • Page 333

    3610-E P-374SECTION 3 PARAMETERS<Screen 7>Factory SetInitial Valuemm (in.)SettingFlangeCRT DisplayNameContentsSettingUnitSelected unitsystemDepends onmachinespecification-99999999HOMEPOSITION 25to+ 99999999Same asaboveSame asaboveHOMEPOSITION 26Same asaboveSameasaboveSame as aboveSame asabo...

  • Page 334

    r-g<oSECTION 3PARAMETERS<Screen 8>*HOME POSmON MOVEMENTORDER*Factory SetInitial Valuemm (in.)CRT DisplayNameSettingRangeContentsSetting UnitIf.HOMEPOSITION 1Sets theaxis movingsequence inthe home position 1Depends onmachinespecification.0 to3IfHOMEPOSITION 2Sets the axis moving sequencei...

  • Page 335

    3610-EP-376SECTION 3PARAMETERS<Screen 9>*HOME POSITIONMOVEMENT ORDER*FactorySetInitial Valuemm (in.)SettingRangeCRT DisplayNameSetting UnitContentsSets the axis movingsequence inthehome position 9Depends onmachinespecification0 to3HOMEPOSITION 9Same asaboveSets the axis moving sequence inth...

  • Page 336

    3610-E P-377SECTION 3 PARAMETERS< Screen 11> -HOMEPOSITION MOVEMENT ORDER*FactorySetInitial Valuemm (in.)CRT DisplayNameSettingRangeContentsSetting UnitHOMEPOSITION 25Sets theaxis movingsequence inthe home position 25Depends onmachinespecification0 to3HOMEPOSITION 26Sets the axis movingsequ...

  • Page 337

    s'SECTION 3PARAMETERStf<Screen 13> -HOME POSmON MOVEMENT ORDER*Factory SetInitial Valuemm (in.)SettingRangeCRT DisplayNameSettingUnitContents!Selectedunitsystem1to 65535PITCH COMPSPAN"Specifies the interval between setsof points for settingpitcherrorcompensation dataDependsonmachine an...

  • Page 338

    NUMBER SYSTEMS ANDCONVERSIONS(NUMERICAL EQUIVALENTSDECIMALBINARYOCTALHEXADECIMAL000011112102231133410044510155611066711177810001089100111910101012A11101113B12110014C13110115D141110E16151111F171610000102017100011121181001012221910011231320101001424i2110101152522101101626231011117272411000183025110...

  • Page 339

    (POWERS OF THE BASExxxxxxxxxxxxDECIMALBINARYHEXOCTAL11111021681004256641000840965121000016655364096100000104857632327681000000641677721626214410000000128268435456209715210000000025642949672961677721610000000005126871947673613421772810000000000102410995116277761073741824100000000000204817592186044...

  • Page 340

    {fCONVERTING BETWEEN NUMBERING SYSTEMSCONVERTING DECIMAL TOBINARYTofind thebinaryequivalent ofadecimal number,determine thebinarycomponents.Example:Toconvert 113 010 to binary.ArithmeticBinary ComponentNumber of Components1130102410241512010625606412804264132321101608.81240221010113 010 = lOOOHOl...

  • Page 341

    (CONVERTING DECIMAL TO OCTALTofind theoctalequivalentofadecimalnumber,components.determinetheoctalExample:Toconvert 113 010 to octal.ArithmeticBinary ComponentNumber of Components1130102451221066464142405822120113010 = 2152aSeethefollowing section, dealingwith conversion ofoctal todecimal.Proof:(...

  • Page 342

    CONVERTING DECIMAL TOHEXADECIMALTofind thehexadecimalequivalentofadecimalnumber,determinethehexadecimal components.Example:To convert 113 0i„ tohexadecimal.ArithmeticBinary ComponentNumber of Components1130102425641069616610101A0H3010 = 46A1SSeethefollowingsection, dealing with conversion ofhex...

  • Page 343

    CONVERTING BINARY TOOCTALTofind the octalequivalent ofabinary number, divide thebinary numberinto groupsofthreebits(binary digits), beginning atthe right,anddetermine the octal value ofeach group.Example:Toconvert 10111012 to octal.10 111 1011012 = 5io.Ilia =7100102 = 210(Note:The leading zerois ...

  • Page 344

    (CONVERTING BINARY TOHEXADECIMALTofind thehexadecimal equivalent ofa binary number,divide thebinarynumberinto groups of four bits (binary digits), beginning attheright, anddetermine thehexadecimal value ofeachgroup.Example:Toconvert 1011101z tohexadecimal.10 11 1101L1101., = DI6IOIIZ = B161011110...

  • Page 345

    rCONVERTING OCTAL TO HEXADECIMALTofind thehexadecimalequivalent ofan octalnumber, use thefollowingprocedure:1)Convert the octal number tobinary.Convertthebinary numbertohexadecimal.2)Refertotheprecedingsectionsconversions.forinstructionsformakingtheseCONVERTING HEXADECIMAL TO OCTALTofind theoctal...

  • Page 346

    3548-EP-61SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING)i11.Inverter Motor(Tool Change ArmMotor)11-1.Outline3-> ':0IAninverter motoris usedforATC tool change armdrive. The motor rotationdirection, forward or re¬verse, and the motorspeed are controlled bytheinverter. The maintenance oftheinverter motor...

  • Page 347

    3548-E P-62SECTION 3TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING11-3.Switch SettingroocFront cover)\Deceleration time selectionswitch (RDS 2)NAcceleration time selectionswitch (RDS 1)Alarm lamp (milky white)Operation modeselection switches(DS 1)Power lamp (red)Terminal cover- Operation status outputselectionshort ...

  • Page 348

    13548-E P-63SECTION 3TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTING'(2)Forward/reverse RotationSelection Short Plug Switches (DS No. 2)Asillustrated in Fig. 3-27,three short plugs arearranged. Theplug is settotheleft forswitches1and 3,and it is set tothe right forswitch 2.Short PlugDS2:13 °3o| • »12l3Ho!Rg. 3-2...

  • Page 349

    3548-E P-64SECTION 3 TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTING!Troubles and Measures toTake11-4.(When atrouble hasoccurred andthe inverter does not function, refer tothechart below to locate thfcause ofthe trouble and totake the necessarymeasures.When the cause of the trouble cannot be found, contact your loca...

  • Page 350

    !3548-E P-65SECTION 3TROUBLE AND TROUBLESHOOTING(2)Overheat of motorTYesThe motorisoverloaded.Reduce the motorload.No;YesAvoidlow-speedoperation (for example,stepfeed).Themotor hasbeen rotating ata lowspeed for a longtime.&KhINoNoOutputvoltagesacross the followingterminals'arewell-balanced. U...

  • Page 351

    3S48-E P-66SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING(3)The motordoes not rotatesmoothly./YesCheck the settingof DS1,DS2, and RDS1. (whenthe motoraccelerates/deceleratesintermittently)NoTheaccelerating/deceleratingtime is proper.>The motor does notrotatesmoothly whenit isaccelerating/decelerating.,,...

  • Page 352

    3548-E P-67SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTINGrCause ofthe Trouble and Measures toTake Whenthe Alarm Lamp (milkywhite) is Activated11-4-2.When the inverter is faulty, thealarm lamp(milky white) isactivated aslisted below. When the alarmlamp is activated,locatethecause ofthe trouble from the flic...

  • Page 353

    3548-E P-68SECTION 3 TROUBLE ANDTROUBLESHOOTING(Possible causesProcedure to checkMeasures totakeAlarm lamp activation stateDisconnect allterminals andconduct acontinuity testbetween themotor and theground.Remove theground portion.GroundingThetransistor module isbrokenn= fivetimesJia-JLJl-JLCheck ...

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