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    Hitachi Seiki DeutschlandWerkzeugmaschinen GmbHSEIKI - SEICOSå10/å18T/å21LINSTRUCTION MANUALOPERATION40 Edition 1.01 02-2001NO-0000-1-0211-E-1-02

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    iCONTENTS1. OUTLINE......................................................................................... 1 - 11-1 Items requiring attention when reading this manual. ......................................................... 1 - 12. SPECIFICATIONS ...............................................

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    ii7.Q Setter Repeat Function ............................................................................................... 3 - 297-1Outline ..................................................................................................................... 3 - 297-2Operation .....................

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    iii3.Position ........................................................................................................................... 3 - 603-1Reloading of Relative Coordinate System ............................................................... 3 - 613-2Command Value Display ..................

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    iv12. Program ......................................................................................................................... 3 -10112-1 Operating Key Input Area On Screen ...................................................................... 3 -10212-2 Displaying Program .................

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    v5.Spare tool ................................................................................................................... 4 - 36.Registering and deleting the spare tool ...................................................................... 4 - 37.Selection order of spare tools ..............

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    1 - 11. OUTLINESEICOS-∑10L, ∑16T, ∑18T and ∑21L are products that have integrated the latest devicetechnology and realized down-sizing with high reliability.The machine is designed by giving consideration to users standpoint in the operating system asthe man-machine interface, thus offer...

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    2 - 12. SPECIFICATIONS1.CONTROLLED AXES1-1Controlled AxesThe 2 axes, X and Z, are controllable. Optionally, additional axes can be appended. The ∑10Lcan control up to 6 axex, including 4 additonal axes, the 3rd through 6the axes. The ∑21L cancontrol up to 4 axes, including 2 additional ax...

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    2 - 21-6Position DetectorThe pulse encoder is provided as a standard position detector. Optionally, the pulse scale or theInductosyn detecting function can be selected. When the Inductosyn detecting function isselected, however, you need a converter which serves as an interface equivalent to th...

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    2 - 32.INTERPOLATING FUNCTIONS2-1Positioning (G00)Each axis can be fed at a rapid traverse rate independently by specifying G00.2-2Linear Interpolation (G01)Linear interpolation is performed at the feed rate specified by an F-code in a G01 command.2-3ANGLE DESIGNATION LINEAR INTERPORATION (G01)Wi...

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    2 - 43.THREADING3-1THREADING (G32)With F or E code, a thread lead is directly commanded. With E code, you can assign thenumber of thread ridges per inch can be assigned by a parameter.3-2MULTIPLE THREADIGN (G32)Use this to perform multiple thread cutting which has two or more thread ridges in a ...

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    2 - 54-3Override CancelA cutting feed override rate can be fixed at 100 % by a signal from the machine.4-4Automatic Acceleration/DecelerationLinear acceleration/deceleration is performed in case of rapid traverse, and exponential functiontype acceleration/deceleration is performed in case of cutt...

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    2 - 66.COORDINATE SYSTEM6-1Tool Nose Coordinate SystemAt the time of turret indexing or manual zero point return, the tool nose position assuming themachining reference point to be zero (0) is automatically set in the coordinate system.6-2Coordinate System Setting (G50)An axis command following G...

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    2 - 78.SPINDLE FUNCTIONS8-1Spindle Function (8-digit S-code)By specifying an address S following by up to 8-digit numerical command, you can send out ananalog signal and gear signal corresponding to a binary code signal and spindle motor rpm.8-2Spindle OverrideAn override can be applied from 50 t...

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    2 - 811.PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION11-1 Command Tape8-unit black paper tape (EIA RS-227, ISO 1154, JIS C6246)11-2 Tape FormatEIA/ISO (At input: Automatic recognition, At output: Selected by a parameter)11-3 Input FormatA variable-block, word-address format with decimal point (EIA RS-274C, ISO R1056/R105...

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    2 - 911-5 Command Words and Command Value Ranges11-6 Subprogram (M98, M99)A subprogram can be called in the MEMORY mode. A called subprogram can further callanother subprogram. The subprogram can be called eightfold at maximum.11-7 Programmable Mirror Image (G501, G511)A mirror image can be app...

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    2 - 1011-11 Command Data Input Methods(1) MDI (manual data input ) through the keyboard(2) Inputting from an external input/output device via an RS-232C interface (Reading the NCtape)11-12 Internal Data Output Methods(1) Displaying on the CRT(2) Outputting to an external input/output device via a...

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    2 - 1113.TOOL OFFSET FUNCTIONS13-1 Automatic Tip R Compensation and Cutter Compensation(1) Automatic Nose R Compensation (G143)It is normally held at G143 (Automatic Nose R Compensation Valid Mode). Therefore,without G code not being commanded, tip R compensation is automatically executed.Nose R...

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    2 - 1215.MEASURING FUNCTIONS15-1 Skip FunctionIf a skip signal is input from an external device in the midst of an X-, Y-, or Z-command followingG31, the next block will be executed, canceling the rest of this command. A skip signal inputposition can be read with a system macro variable.15-2 Q S...

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    2 - 1318.MANUAL OPERATION18-1 Manual Continuous FeedWith the axial feed switch being pressed in Jog mode, manual continuous feed is performed.Feed rates are as follows:1 Jog feedJog feed rate can be changed over into 24 stages through use of the switch. Speed in 24stages is set with paramete...

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    2 - 14(1) The preread buffer prereads the different number of program blocks, depending on thefunction.Note 1) In the tool diameter compensation mode, the preread buffer prereads up to 4 blocks ifthey contain the blocks free from an axis move command.Note 2) The following commands suppress the ...

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    2 - 1519-8 External Reset and Reset SignalThe NC unit can be reset from the outside. A reset cancels all the commands and deceleratesthe machine to a stop. A reset signal is output to the machine while the RESET button of theMDI & CRT panel is being pressed, the machine is being reset by an...

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    2 - 1621.DISPLAY AND SETTING21-1 Machining End NoticeInput a scheduled program end time. When the machining time reaches the scheduled endtime, a signal is output to an external device.21-2 Run Hour DisplayMachine run hours are displayed in the format of hours:minutes:seconds. Display is made b...

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    2 - 1723-2 Alarm DiagnosisIf the CNC has any error, it displays its corresponding alarm number and message.23-3 Cutting Monitoring FunctionThis function monitors the cutting load of the spindle and feed axes to prevent abnormal cuttingor defective cutting.24.DATA INPUT AND OUTPUT24-1 Input/Output...

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    2 - 1826.STATUS OUTPUT26-1 NC Ready SignalWhen the NC unit is turned on and becomes ready to control, this signal is output to themachine, and when the NC unit is turned off, a signal output to the machine is called off.26-2 Automatic Operation Running SignalThis is a signal to be output while au...

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    3 - 13.OPERATIONI.Basic Machine OperationII.Screen Operation

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    3 - 23. OPERATIONI. Basic Machine Operation1.Manual Operation2.Automatic Operation3.Operation Related to Safety4.NC Operation keys5.Quick Tool Setter (Q Setter)6.Q Setter Barrier7.Q Setter Repeat Function8.Simple Jaw Edge Forming Function

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    3 - 31.Manual OperationThe machine can be manually operated by using the switches on the machine operation panel.1-1Jog FeedThe machine can be operated continuously by manual operation.(1)Select the mode selector switch “JOG”.(2)Select the jog feed rate.(3)Select the axis you want to move.The...

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    3 - 4(3)Select “ZERO RETURN”.The machine moves at the rapid traverse rate toward the reference point for each axis.(4)When the machine returns to the reference point, the reference point return lamp getsilluminated.Note 1) Once reference point return is completed and the reference point retu...

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    3 - 51-4Manual Handle FeedThe machine can be finely fed by turning the manual pulse generator.(1)Select the mode selector switch “HANDLE”. HANDLE(2)Select the handle axis. X Y Z(3)Select a handle magnification.1/1 10/1 100/1(4)Turn the handle.Clockwise: “+” directionCounterc...

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    3 - 62.Automatic Operation2-1Automatic Mode(1)Memory operation(a) Store the program in the memory in advance.(b) Select the program you want to run.(c) Select the mode selector switch “AUTO”.(d) Press the CYCLE START button. CYCLE START Lamp CYCLE STARTPressing this button stars automatic o...

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    3 - 7(2)Rewind(a) Select the mode selector switch “EIDT”.(b) Display the Overall screen. (The Program screen will do.)(c) Press the RESET key of the NC unit.(d) Select the mode selector switch “AUTO”.(3)Part program storage length and registered programsNote) For the ∑21L, the maximum p...

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    3 - 82-4Dry RunThis function enables a dry run speed, ignoring the feed rate specified with the program.Normally, dry run is effective only during cutting feed.To make it effective during rapid traverse as well, set “1” in the bit 6 (RDR) of the parameter1401.2-5Single BlockThe single block f...

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    3 - 92-7Per-program Machining Time Display Function (Option)When you run the program, the programmed machining time is displayed on the machining timedisplay screen.Up to 10 main program numbers and machining times can be displayed. If you run more than 10programs, the oldest programs will be di...

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    3 - 10The maximum number of programs for which the machining time can be displayed is 10. If thenumber of programs exceeds 10, the oldest programs will be discarded sequentially. However,the machining time of the same program number will be updated.2-8Tape Operation (Simple DNC Operation)The ma...

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    3 - 11(1)Interface Between Host CPU and NC UnitStart/stop systemAs in the following drawing, the start signal and the stop signal come preceding andfollowing respectively in relation to the information bits.JD5C (∑10L)/JD28A (∑21L)(PCR-EV20MDT)RS232C InterfaceTransmittal modeSerial voltage in...

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    3 - 12 3No.0182Baud rates when a remote buffer is used.The set values 13 to 15 are only useable for RS422.(3)Operation 1Push F5/Set to enter Setting screen for other selections.Set ValueBaud Rate15021003110415052006300760081200(bps)(bps)Set ValueBaud Rate92400104800119600121920013384001476800...

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    3 - 13<Starting Following Sequence No. Search>You can start operation with the sequence No. having been assigned in the DNCprogram. 1Execute 1 to 4 of the above item. 2Input, following “ N ”, a sequence No. where operation is to be started. 3Push “ ↓ ” key.Program transfer s...

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    3 - 142.10 Submemory2.10.1 OutlineThe submemory is a feature to increase the capacity of the program memory by using a storagemedium newly added into the NC unit(normally an ATA flash card *1) as the program memory.The ATA flash card is called the submemory and the conventional memory(battery b...

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    3 - 15(4)Using the main memory and submemory properlyWhether the program is to be stored in the main memory or sumemory depends on itsprogram number. Use a parameter to set which range of program numbers are to beassigned to the main memory side. Typical setting assigns O8000 to O9999 to the ma...

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    3 - 16Specifically, multiplicity of subprogram(macro program) call to the programs in the submemoryis limited by the above-mentioned numbers. There are no restrictions to the programs in themain memory.The following describes this, using a specific example. The program on the part of the mainme...

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    3 - 172.10.4 Submemory Directory OperationThe program number can be used up to 8 digits, but you may want to use the same O-numberto perform different machining in many cases. In such cases, it is very troublesome to replacethe O-numbers included in the NC unit by means of input/output.To avoid...

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    3 - 18(Note 1)In creating the directory, you simply name a storage area, but not change it. Whenusing the created directory, execute the setting.(Note 2)Up to ten directories are allowed.(Note 3)The directory name is up to 8 characters.(Note 4)Another directory cannot be created under one direct...

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    3 - 193.Operation Related to Safety3-1Emergency stopPressing the EMERGENCY STOP button on the machine operation panel can stop the machineimmediately.EMERGENCY STOPThis switch is locked by pressing and released by turning.Note 1) Emergency stop shuts off a current to the motor.Note 2) The NC un...

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    3 - 204.NC Operation keysNo.NameDescription1POWER ON/OFF button2RESEDT key3Function keys4OPER/MAINTE key5RETURN key6AUX. key7HELP key8Address and Numerical keys9SHIFT key10INPUT key11CAN key12ORIGIN key13DELET, ALTER and INSERT keys14Cursor move key15Page key16OPERATION GUIDEUsed to turn on/off t...

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    3 - 21Fig. 4-1 NC Operation PanelOPER/MAINTE

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    3 - 225.Quick Tool Setter (Q Setter)5-1OutlineA tool offset amount can be automatically written by simply bringing the tool nose into contact withthe touch sensor manually.5-2Operation Method (1)Set the quick tool setter.(a) Set the tool setter. (Fig. 5-2)(b) Select the MANUAL mode.(c) A screen ...

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    3 - 23Fig. 5-1

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    3 - 24Fig. 5-2Fig. 5-4Fig. 5-7Fig. 5-6Fig. 5-3Fig. 5-5

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    3 - 255-3Tool Nose Point InterlockBringing the tool into contact with the sensor stops the axis and checks the tool nose point.When the contact directions and tool nose point conditions shown in the table below are notmet, an interlock is applied to an input of tool offset amount to disable a wri...

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    3 - 26Calculate the tool offset amount by the following formula.Tool offset amount = Skipped machine coordinate value – Q-setter contact surface amountparameter (6281 or 6282)(2)Tool nose point interlockNo.6244 bit 0 (QTL) QTLTool nose point interlock0: Disabled, 1: Enabled(3)Retouch return...

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    3 - 276.Q setter barrier6-1OutlineAfter measuring the tool compensation amount using the quick tool setter function, if the tool ismade to escape in the direction of the reference point, it may touch the touch sensor, dependingon the tool diameter.For instance, if the tool shape is an shown in Fi...

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    3 - 28(2)When the tool is in the barrier area, the signal given below is output to the PMC.PMC addressQ setter barrier area in-signal QBRI(RF24, #1)Using this signal, process the reference point return interlock and message display with in thebarrier area.Return the arm of the tool setter. When ...

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    3 - 297.Q Setter Repeat Function7-1OutlineThrough a simple operation, you can repeatedly perform measurement on tip changing of a toolwhich has already been subject to measurement in Q setter.7-2Operation(1)Push F6/Q SETTER REPEAT on Tool (Compensation) page, Window page for Q setterrepeat is...

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    3 - 307-2-1Function KeyF4/ Repeat Measurement Start :“OK? Y- Yes N- No” message appears. With Y ,measurement starts.F5/ Repeat Measurement Halt :Measurement operation is stopped.F6/ Function Return:Screen display returns to Tool Compensation.F7/ Data Delete:On appearance of a window, se...

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    3 - 31The following example describes the case when the virtual nose point is 1: (See Drawing 2.) (1) Shifted in rapid traverse from Start Point (P0) to Point 1 (P1). (2) Shifted in rapid traverse from P1 to P2. (3) Shifted in rapid traverse from P2 to P3. (4) Shifted in jog feed speed from P...

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    3 - 32Drawing 3 Working Patterns

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    3 - 337-4 Precaution (1) When a tool has been changed, be sure to manually apply it to Q setter. (2) Apply it to Q setter only once. (3) Approaching, in rapid traverse, from the sensor to the place just before the clearanceamount on approach (PRA6266), touch the sensor in the jog feed rate. (...

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    3 - 347-6Relevant AlarmsNo.715Machine lock has been used in measurement.No.724No measurement has been performed in Q setter.No.738Touch signals of Q setter repeat is abnormal.No.739Measurement start point of Q setter repeat is not correct.No.749Cannot measure the rotary tool with Q-setter repeat....

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    3 - 368-3Function KeysF1/ZOOM IN GRAPH.:A cut part of an edge is displayed magnified.F2/SET UP:The Setup window appears and allows you to specify the spindlespeed and turret indexing.F3/JAW END SURFAC:“Jaw End Surface Position Setting? Y-Yes/N-No” message isdisplayed. Set with Y .The Z c...

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    3 - 37Cut depthRough: Depth of cut for rough cutting (mm)(With 0 setting, finishing alone is performed.)Finishing AllowanceFinish:finishing allowance for finishing (mm)(With 0 setting, finishing alone is performed.)8-5Precaution(1)Before executing soft jaw forming, set a jaw end surface position....

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    3 - 38#001A0 (A: 1st stage inner dia./outer dia.)#002B0 (B: 1st stage depth)#003C0 (C: Core bar dia.)#004D0 (D: 2nd stage inner dia./outer dia.)#005E0 (E: 2nd stage depth)#006T < 0 (T: Grip part taper amount)#007F < 0 (F: Necking depth)#008G < 0 (G: Max. value of stock allowance)#...

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    3 - 398-8Set Values for Standard Soft Jaws8-8-1Metric Specifications(1)TS15 ........................................................................................................... Model ANR20 , HT20R , CA20 ......................................................................Mod...

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    3 - 40(2)TG30, HT30G, CA30 .................................................................................Model DTG40, HT40G, CA40 .................................................................................Model ETG50, HT50G .........................................................

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    3 - 41(3)CS20 ........................................................................................................... Model GModelItemJawAConfigurationBCDETFGHIJKCutting SpeedRoughFinishRPMRoughFinishFeed SpeedRoughFinishDepth of CutRoughStock AllowanceFinishSoft JawOuter Dia.Inner Dia.Height...

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    3 - 428-8-2Inch Specifications(1)S15 .............................................................................................................. Model AHT20R , CA20 , CS20 ......................................................................... Model BHT23R , HT25G, TF25, CA23 ...

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    3 - 43(2)HT30G, CA30 .............................................................................................Model DHT40G, CA40 .............................................................................................Model EHT50G .....................................................

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    3 - 44(3)CS20 ........................................................................................................... Model GModelItemJawAConfigurationBCDETFGHIJKCutting SpeedRoughFinishRPMRoughFinishFeed SpeedRoughFinishDepth of CutRoughStock AllowanceFinishSoft JawOuter Dia.Inner Dia.Height...

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    3 - 458-9Operation Of Simple Soft Jaw Forming Function(1)OUTER JAWProcessCommandDescription1G99 FxxEvery revolution, feed speed for roughing2G96 SxxConstant surface speed, cutting speed for roughing3G50 SxxSpindle rpm clamp, soft jaw forming spindle max. rpm4M03Spindle forward rotation5G00 Xxx Zx...

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    3 - 46(2)INNER JAWProcessCommandDescription1G99 FxxEvery revolution, feed speed for roughing2G96 SxxConstant surface speed, cutting speed for roughing3G50 SxxSpindle rpm clamped, soft jaw forming spindle max. rpm4M03Spindle forward rotation5G23Stroke limit check 2/3 OFF6G00 Xxx ZxxApproach to the...

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    3 - 47(3)PERFORMANCE CHART (OUTER JAW)(4)PERFORMANCE CHART (INNER JAW)

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    3 - 48(5)ROUGH CUTTING OF SOFT JAW FORMINGProcessCommandDescription1G00 Xxx ZxxX is shifted by the amount of finishing allowance and Z by 3mm.2G01 XxxCut depth in X direction is increased by the amount of one time.3G01 Zxx FxxFeeding takes place to the point 3mm before the stroke allowance. (feed...

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    3 - 49II.Screen Operation1.Screen Layout and Basic Operation2.Operation of Overall Screen3.Position4.Work Coordinate (Offset)5.Set (Data)6.Macro Variable7.Plot8.Plot Parameters9.Tool (Offset)10.Alarm Diagnosis11.System12.Program13.Program List14.Input/Output15.Input/Output (With PC Card Used)Note...

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    3 - 501.Screen Layout and Basic OperationOne screen fundamentally consists of the following (See Fig. 1-0): 1Main display area 2Alarm display area 3Program No. display area (No. O, No. N) 4Key input area 5Error message display area 6Function menu display areaFig. 1-0 Configuration of basic scree...

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    3 - 51 → / ← (Cursor move keys)Used to move the cursor to the right/left by one position. / page keys)Used to change pages when one page is not enough to display all. Here, the cursor refersto the character displayed in reverse video. Normally, it is surrounded by a yellow-frameguid...

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    3 - 521-4Key Input AreaThe entered characters are buffered in here once, and then, input.Example)P: Absolute value = 1.234 (1.234 is entered)Also, absolute/incremental value programming can be switched over and a number’ search canbe performed by switching over the mode. To switch over the mod...

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    3 - 531-7Tree ChartF1.POS.F1.F2.RESTART POS.F2.F5.EXITF3.SETUPF7.RESTART CLRF4.COMMANDF9.SEARCHF5.RESTARTF1.U ZEROF6.FLOATING REF.F2.V ZEROF1.CHANGE WINDOWF7.ZERO SETF3.W ZEROF2.BACK GRD EDITF7.EXITF3.EXITF9.ALL AX. SETF4.RANGE SETF2.PRGRMF1.CHANGE WINDOWF5.RANGE STORE[F2.BACK GRD EDITF6.STORE ...

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    3 - 54F1.SCHEDULERF2.PERIODICF1.DETAILF1.INFORMATIONCHECKF5.ONE-LINE CLEARF2. PERIODIC CHECK RETURNF7.CHECK TIME SETF8.CHECK DAY SETF1.DIAGNOSTIC RESULTF2.LAYOUTF3.ALARMF2.SW STATUS DISPLAYF3.LISTDIAGNOSEF4.ALARM RECORDF2.ALARM DETAILF6.DEBUG (ALARM)F7.RECORD CLEAR1.COMMUNICATION (RS232C)F4.SYSTE...

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    3 - 552.Operation of Overall ScreenWhen the power is turned on or the RETURN key is pressed, the Overall screen (Fig. 2-0) isselected. It is very convenient because it displays many data required for operation. The dataincludes;ProgramTool data (tool number, tool compensation, nose radius, tool...

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    3 - 56Fig. 2-0 Overall ScreenAlso, the following is enabled this screen.Program searchProgram editing2-1ProgramThis is located data the upper left part of the screen. It displays and edits the program. MDI inputis also done here. However, expanded editing or background editing are not allowed...

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    3 - 572-2Tool Path PlotThis is located at the upper part of the screen and plots the tool path of the program being run.This is a miniature version of the plot screen. Therefore, the plotting parameters are the sameas those for the plot screen. The plot screen can be erased with the ORIGIN key....

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    3 - 582-11 G CodesOn the right side of the positional data, 8 G codes are displayed horizontally from the top left inthe order below:* 00 Group(Non-model)04, 09, 27~31, 70~76, etc.* 01 Group(Positioning, Linear interpolation, Circular interpolation, Threading, Singletype fixed cycle)00, 01, 02, 0...

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    3 - 59Fig. 2-13 OPERATION STATUS(1) Scheduled endingNotice of ending is made effective when End Notice on the page is held “valid”.The scheduled ending time is equal to time length from the auto operation start to the endingnotice.With a scheduled ending time of a program having been input b...

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    3 - 603.PositionIf you press the F1/Position key, the position screen (Fig. 3-1) will be displayed.Items related to position are displayed and these items can be re-written when this screen isdisplayed.Display of nose position, remaining shift amount, relative coordinate system, andmachine coordi...

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    3 - 613-1Reloading of Relative Coordinate SystemAmong the 4 coordinate systems, only the relative coordinate system is reloadable.For 0 setting, first push (F7/Zero Set) to change over the function.When the function for the axis for zero setting being pushed, the value of the axis gets 0.To zero-...

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    3 - 62Fig. 3-2 Command Value ScreenFig. 3-3 Restart

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    3 - 63Fig. 3-5 Set upFig. 3-4 Floating reference

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    3 - 644.Work Coordinates (Offset)Pressing the F4 (WORK COORD) key displays the Work Coordinates screen (Fig. 4-0). Thisscreen operation is used to shift the machining origin.Fig. 4.0 Work Coordinates (Machining Reference Point Shift)As described in the instruction manual (PROGRAMMING), Section ...

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    3 - 654-1Removal AmountMachining allowance = Length from the chuck jaw face to work end face – work length.First cut the work end face within the limits of cutting allowance, so that the black layer on theend face is removed and escape in the same condition in the direction of the positive X ax...

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    3 - 664-5Setting of 2nd Reference PointWith F5/2ND REF. PNT pushed, 2nd Reference Point Set page (Fig. 4-1) appears. Use thispage to set X and Z axes of the 2nd reference point (G30). When the machine X/Z axes havebeen positioned to the 2nd reference point and with F2/ENTER having been ...

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    3 - 675.Set (Data)If you press the F5/Set key, the setting (data) screen (see Fig. 5-0) is displayed. This screen isarranged so that frequently used parameters can be set according to item and application. Ifthere are no optional items, none will be displayed.The screen runs over several pages,...

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    3 - 68Fig. 5-0 (b) Set (Data) Screen5-2Number SearchAll the pages are numbered serially. The page and cursor can be moved all at once bysearching for that number. A search is Performed by pressing the cursor key ( ↑ , ↓ , → , ← ) after inputting N, followed by a numerical va...

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    3 - 69Fig. 5-0 (c) Set (Data) ScreenFig. 5-0 (d) Set (Data) Screen

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    3 - 70Fig. 5-0 (e) Set (Data) ScreenFig. 5-0 (f) Set (Data) Screen

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    3 - 715-3Eco-ecoPressing [F7/Eco eco] displays the Eco·eco screen (Fig. 5-3). In this screen, you set the autosleeping screen, auto work light OFF, and chip conveyor auto OFF times (minutes)Fig. 5-3 Eco·eco

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    3 - 726.Macro VariablePress [F8/MACRO VARIABLE] in the PROGRAM screen (F2/PROGRAM). The MACROVARIABLE screen appears (Fig. 6-2 (a)).6-1Macro Variable and Data DisplayThe macro variable data is classified into the following: 11-33Local variables (correspond to call multiplicity) 2100-499Common va...

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    3 - 73Fig. 6-2 (a) Local VariableFig. 6-2 (b) Common Variable

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    3 - 747.PlotPressing the F7/GRAPHIC key displays the Graphic screen (PREVIEW EXIT) (Fig. 7-0) Thisscreen plots the tool path and also displays the following data for reference to plotting.Parameter plotting planeTool nose positionSpindle speed S, feed rate F, tool command TMachining time, cu...

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    3 - 75In normal state, synchronous plotting is in display. When performing pre-matching plotting,therefore, press F9/PREVIEW to display the function key for pre-machining plotting. (Fig. 7-1)Next, push F3/ PREVIEW START key to start pre-machining plotting.With F2/ AUTO RANGE key pus...

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    3 - 768.Plotting ParametersWith the [F1/GRAPHIC PARAM.] menu of the [F7/GRAPH.], the plotting Parameter screen (Fig.8-0 or Fig. 8-1) appears over the Plot screen.This screen allows you to set the plotting parameters.Pressing the [F2/RANGE] key displays the Range Set screen (Fig. 8-0) and pressing...

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    3 - 77Fig. 8-1 Plotting Parameter (Plans Set)Setting plotting parametersFirst move the frame cursor to the column of the parameter to be set using the cursor key ↑ ↓ .At that time, a simple explanation is displayed in the explanation column.Range set(1) Plotting RangeSet the maximum a...

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    3 - 78(5) Rapid Traverse LineSpecify a type of rapid traverse lines. The set one is marked with. To alter, select with thecursor key ( → or ← ) and press the INPUT key to decide.(6) Feed Line ColorWhen Plot per Tool is effective, set the changed-to color. Only this color designation ...

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    3 - 79(2) Rotation AngleThis is effective only when the plotting plane is 0 (3 axes display).Input the angel in the key input area and press the INPUT key to decide.(a) Horizontal rotation angleSpecify the horizontal plane rotation angle within a range of ±180 in an incrementof 1°Example)When t...

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    3 - 809.Tool (offset)Pressing the function 3 (OFFSET) key displays the Tool screen (Fig. 9-0).The tool screen (Fig. 9-0) is displayed when you press the F3/ compensation key.The compensation data for each tool number is displayed and set as shown below.In addition, the following functions are pro...

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    3 - 819-1Setting of Offset ValueThere are 2 kinds of offset value; profile and wear. To make setting, adjust the cursor and setthrough the key input area.Wear can be input any time but for input of form data, the manual mode must be selected andthe write switch must be enabled.When form is input...

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    3 - 82Fig. 9-2 Tool ListNote) The above-mentioned screen is for the machine with the ATC function. If the ATCfunction is not provided, the arm and the magazine will not be displayed.9-3Setting of TypeSetting of the type is done through the function menu. First, Press the Menu 2 (TYPE). Sincet...

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    3 - 83Tool Type Group (*1)Before ChangeTurning tool,Z rotary toolTurning tool,X rotary toolX rotary tool,Z rotary toolAutomatic Setting of Offset AmountShape Z = PRM5031, Wear Z = 0, Tool NosePoint = 9, Others (X, Y, Tool Nose Radius,Tool Width: Shape and Wear) = 0Shape X = PRM5032, Wear X = 0, T...

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    3 - 849-6Tool life ManagementTo set the tool life, press the F9/Life Spare key. For this functional operation, refer to theinstruction manual for tool life management.9-7Number SearchThe page and cursor can be moved at once by searching for the tool number. A search isperformed by pressing the ...

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    3 - 8510.Alarm DiagnosisPress the OPER/MAINTE key, and then, F3/ALARM DIAG key back menu. The AlarmDiagnosis screen (Fig. 10-0) appears, which shows machine conditions such as alarm, etc. Itis automatically switched at the same time when an alarm occurs (it is also possible to prohibitswit...

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    3 - 8610-1 Alarm HistoryPress F4/ALARM LIST in the ALARM DIAGNOSE screen. The ALARM HISTORY screenappears (Fig. 10-1). It lists the occurrence date and time, type, and description of each alarm inorder of more recent ones. The screen can store up to 32 CNC and PMC alarms. The ALARMHISTORY...

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    3 - 8711.SystemPress the OPER/MAINTE key, and then, F4/ SYSTEM the back menu. The System screen(Fig. 11-1) appears. This is a collection of the screens used for maintenance by the maker. Thecollection of screens used for maintenance on the manufacture’s side include the following: ...

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    3 - 88Fig. 11-1 ParameterFig. 11-1 (a) Parameter

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    3 - 89(1) Item selectionDisplay the page off your desired setting item, using the page-up key ( ) or SHIFT .Set the cursor to the desired setting item and press the INPUT key to select it.Alternatively, since each item is numbered, enter the number of the desired setting item inthe key input a...

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    3 - 90Fig. 11-2 DiagnoseFig. 11-2 (a) Diagnose

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    3 - 9111-3 Mechanical CompensationSet the cursor to “Mechanical Compensation” on System screen and push INPUT .Mechanical Compensation screen (Fig. 11-3) appears.Set it to “Stored Pitch-Error Compensation” and push INPUT . Stored Pitch-ErrorCompensation screen (Fig. 11-3 (a)) appea...

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    3 - 9211-4 Position RegionSet the cursor to “Position Region” on System screen and push INPUT .Position Region screen appears.Position region data are displayed and set.Fig. 11-4 Position Region

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    3 - 9311-5 Software VersionSet the cursor to “Software Version” on System screen and push INPUT .Software Version screen appears.Software Versions are displayed.Fig. 11-5 Software Version

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    3 - 9411-6 Date and TimeSet the cursor to “Date and Time” on System screen and push INPUT .Date and Time screen appears.Date and time are displayed and set.Fig. 11-6 Date and Time Setting

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    3 - 9511-7 SLBUSSet the cursor to “SLBUS” on System screen and push INPUT .SLBUS screen appears.SLBUS data are displayed and set.Fig. 11-7 SLBUS Table

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    3 - 9611-8 System TableSet the cursor to “System Table” on System screen and push INPUT .System Table screen appears.System Table data are displayed and set.Fig. 11-8 System Table11-9 F MenuSet the cursor to “F Menu” on System screen and push INPUT .FANUC System Menu screen appears....

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    3 - 9711-9-1 Display Method of Dynamic Ladder Display Screen, Coil Search, Etc.Input OPER/MAINTE , F4/SYSTEM , 30.F MENU , INPUT , 1.F_PMC and INPUT todisplay Screen 1.Screen 1Note 1) F1 may be displayed “PMCLAD.”Note 2) The portion marked is not displayed depending on t...

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    3 - 98Push F1/STPSEQ to display Screen 2.Screen 2

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    3 - 99If you select LEVEL or LEVEL2 with the cursor and press F5/ZOOM , Screen 3 (Ladder LiveWire Display screen) will be displayed.Note) LEVEL is a high-speed ladder and LEVEL2 is a normal ladder.Screen 3

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    3 - 100Push F1/SERCH to display the functions at the screen bottom as in Screen 4:Screen 4:Description of Function Keys Relating to Search:F1/TOP:Jumping takes place to the ladder beginning.F2/BOTTOM :Jumping takes place to the ladder end.F3/SRCH:Searching takes place concerning any specified...

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    3 - 10112.ProgramWith F2/PROGRAM being pushed, Program page (Fig. 12-0) appears.Program search, editing, creation, deletion, display of an execution block, and backgroundediting can be performed here.• Most of the operations explained here are valid also in the overall screen programs.On pr...

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    3 - 10212-1 Operating Key Input Area On Screen(1) Clearing key Input AreaThe key input area and the warning message are deleted.1)Push SHIFT and, then, CANCEL .12-2 Displaying Program(1) Changing Width of Program Display (Only applicable to Program page)Display on the screen is switched fr...

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    3 - 10312-4 Deleting Program(1) Deleting ProgramOne program is deleted. However, a program under Edit Inhibit or while in starting cannotbe deleted.1)Input O .2)Input the program number subject to deletion.3)Push DELETE .4)“Delete? Y-Yes N-No” appears.5)Push Y for deletion or any...

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    3 - 10412-7 Program CopyContents of a program in display are copied into another program.1)Input O .2)Input the program number subject to copying.3)Push INPUT .4)The program copied is displayed.12-8 Changing Program NumberA program in display is changed into another program.1)Shift the curs...

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    3 - 105displayed, editing is made invalid.→ See 13-10 PROGRAM STORE.Note 2) Background editing cannot deal with the same program that can apply to ordinaryediting. Choose ordinary editing.→ See 12-11 BACKGROUND EDITING.12-10 Word SearchAs assigned number (numerical value) or work (chara...

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    3 - 10612-11 Background Edit (Program Screen Only)Normally, it is impossible to observe a program while it is in execution.Background editing has enabled editing at this stage.The background editing operation is completely the same as that of ordinary editing. NCexecution is not affected when a ...

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    3 - 107(2) Selecting Edit ProgramWith F2/BACK GRD EDIT pushed while in ordinary edit, background edit is selected.And, with F2/FOR GRD EDIT being pushed while in background edit, ordinary edit isselected. When F1/CHANGE WINDOW has been operated, the frame indicatingavailable programs...

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    3 - 10812-12 Range Assignment Edit Operation (Program Screen Only)Two or more blocks of a program in display are collectively deleted or copied into anotherprogram.(1) Starting Range EditRange editing is started.1)Push F3/RANGE EDIT .Function menu changes into the one for range editing.(2) Ass...

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    3 - 109(3) Canceling Range AssignmentRange editing is interrupted. Range in assignment is made invalid.1)Push F4/RANGE SET or F3/EXIT .A framed cursor is changed into an ordinary cursor, canceling a range.(4) Storing RangeA program having been assigned in range is stored.1)Push F5/RANGE...

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    3 - 11012-13 Word Convert (Program Screen Only)Words not yet being converted are searched in a program, which are rewritten into theconverted words. Converting methods include the following two:(1) The applicable words are searched one by one which are converted as being confirmed.(2) The applic...

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    3 - 1114)Assign a search method for conversion.(a) For individual search:•Indicate, with ↑ / ↓ , the search direction from the cursor position.•When a pre-converted word has been found, “Convert? Y-Yes N-No” appears.•To convert, push Y . Not to convert, push any other ...

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    3 - 11213.Program ListThe program list (Fig. 13-0) is displayed.Not only reading the list, you can also perform searching and deletion of a program.Fig. 13-0 Program List13-1 Program ListWith F7/PROGRAM LIST pushed on Program page, the program list is displayed. With onemore push, the list ...

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    3 - 113Fig. 13-1 Program List for Background Edit.Fig. 13-2 Program DetailsThe comment for the program detailed display indicates the one immediately following Onumber in a program. If not existing, no display takes place. Max. 16 characters can bedisplayed. The size for output is 0.1m each....

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    3 - 11413-2 Program SearchProgram search can be performed as follows while Program List or Program Detail is in display.(1) Searching with Program List1)Empty the key input area.2)Move the cursor to the program number subject to search.3)With INPUT pushed, a program is changed over.(2) Search...

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    3 - 11513-4 Program ArrangementIn the course of program editing, program size may get larger than the actual size. When thisoccurs, a program can be adjusted so that useable memory is slightly increased. In this case,however, the following conditions need to be satisfied:(a) It is not backgroun...

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    3 - 11614.Input / OutputWith F8/IN/OUT pushed, the data I/O screen is displayed.All the operations relating to I/O such as tape input and punch-out are performed here. Theprogram list is displayed on the right side of the page, the data setting table (various datasetting) on the left, and th...

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    3 - 117(3) VERIFICATIONData are verified between the external unit and the NC main body. Verification cannot bemade depending on data. See applicable data.1)Connect the external unit.2)Set “INPUT” item of the data setting table to the setting of the external unit.3)Set I/O contents of the N...

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    3 - 11814-2 Data Setting TableThis serves to set I/O contents as well as to perform setting of an external unit on input/output.14-2-1 NC DataInput/output a program. Select [NC DATA]. Display in the key input area changes into (NCDATA)=.(1) InputReading starts with EOB code on a tape, which con...

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    3 - 119[EX.] T 1 2 ; T 2 0 ;No. 12 and 20 are assigned. T 2 0 - T 3 0No. 20~30 are assigned.Note) One-by-one output and continuous output cannot be assigned at the same time.14-2-4 ParametersParameters are input/output with the codes written in G10 format.Se...

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    3 - 12014-3 CheckWith F8/CHECK ON/OFF pushed, communication status is displayed by the side of themonitor screen and a port number in connection below the input/output equipment of the datasetting table.Also, character data of the monitor screen are not converted for input in codes, but aredi...

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    3 - 12114-4-2 Setting Of Each EquipmentPort numbers, baud rates, stop bits, presence or absence of DC code, data lengths, andparities are set.(a) Setting of Baud RateBaud rates are set in 8~15 of the table.Setting is 4800 for those other than the above.(b) Setting of stop bits, presence or absenc...

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    3 - 12214-4-3 DC CodeValues for DC codes 1~4 are set here.DC1 : PRA0112(11H)DC2 : PRA0113(12H)DC3 : PRA0114(93H)DC4 : PRA0115(14H)When a set value is 0, use values in ( ).14-4-4 I/O ParametersCodes, etc. used for data output are set in Parameter No.0100. Bit0 ....... TV check(0: No 1: Yes)1 ....

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    3 - 1233) The delimiter of call O-number is ‘,’.4) To put comment along with, set the order as (Comment S: Oxx).(EX)0123 (S: 01234, 012) ;0123 (MAIN S: 01234, 012) ;Note) Only the comment statement in a program is checked.(b) Call Selection by ProgramPrograms called out are retrieved sequent...

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    3 - 124• DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION KEYSF1 (Input):Reads from Don-Don FD.F2 (Output):Outputs in Don-Don FD.F3 (Verify):Reads files from Don-Don FD and verify with memory.F4 (Stop):Interrupts input/output.F5 (Don End):Ends Don-Don FD mode.F6 (Setting):Shows the window for setting parameters.F7 (Fil...

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    3 - 12515.Input/Output (With PC Card Used)(Not available with ∑10)In the Input/Output screen, you can also access the PC memory card. If the card is set in a slotbeforehand, you can input/output the data to it in the same operating environment as before.Since the data is directly transferred t...

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    3 - 126If the PC card is inserted, the function F10 will be changed to F10/PC CARD INOUT asshown in the figure below. If it has been inserted from the beginning, that function is alreadydisplayed.Inserting the PC card enables a card menu. 1 Pressing F10/PCCARD INOUT displays the PC C...

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    3 - 12715-4 Ending PC Card Operation15-4-1 transitioning to the Standard I/O ScreenWhen exiting the PC card mode, press F10/PCCARD END . You will be returned to theStandard I/O screen of the RS-232C mode.PC Card ModeStandard Mode15-4-2 Removing the PC CardThe Standard I/O screen is always det...

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    3 - 12815-5 PC Card Input/Output15-5-1 Transfer Data FormatWhen operating the PC card, the transfer data format remains unchanged as shown below tofacilitate editing through the personal computer.The transfer data format is restored when you finish PC card operation and return to theStandard Inpu...

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    3 - 12915-5-3 PC Card OutputThis function allows you to output the data from the NC unit to the PC card. 1Select the PC Card Operation screen. 2Set the input/output items in the data setting table. When setting a data range, describe itbeforehand in the conventional method. 3Press F2/OUTPUT PC...

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    3 - 130Once the output file name is set, the data will be output immediately.Never touch the card while transferring the data.If an error is displayed indicating that the PC card is running out of the memory capacity orotherwise, delete unnecessary files, seeing “15-6 Operating the PC Card Dir...

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    3 - 13115-5-5 Canceling OperationPress F4/STOP . This will cancel input, output, or comparison work.If data output is under way, the file being output will not remain in the PC card.15-6 Operating the PC Card DirectoryThe PC Card Operation screen has a simple directory management function.To ...

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    3 - 13215-6-1 Creating the Directory 1Press F8/DIR PCCARD to display the Directory Operation screen. 2The subdirectory is added to below the cursor-indicated directory name.When adding it to below Root ¥, set the cursor to “B:¥.” 3Press the F3/MAKDIR key. 4The window appears, where ...

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    3 - 13315-6-2 Deletion(1) Deleting the subdirectoryDeletion of the subdirectory results in an error in the following cases:•When the directory to be deleted contains one or more files.•When the subdirectory is remaining below the directory to be deleted.If this is the case, delete all the sub...

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    3 - 13415-6-3 Renaming(1) Renaming the subdirectory 1Press F8/DIR PCCARD to display the Directory Operation Screen. 2Set the cursor to the directory name you want to rename in the path area. 3Press F4/RENAME . 4The window appears, which prompts you to input a renewed directory name.Now, in...

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    3 - 135(2) Renaming the file 1Press F8/DIR PCCARD to display the Directory Operation screen. 2Set the reverse video cursor to the subdirectory in the path area to display a files list. 3Set the reverse video cursor to the file you want to rename.PC Card Directory Screen 4Press F4/RENAME . ...

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    3 - 13615-7 Error MessagesMessage“PC-CARD mount error.”“PC-CARD” unmount error.”“Non PC-CARD.”“Low Battery.”“Illegal PC-CARD.”“Just a moments & Retry.”“Write protected.”“Undefined PC-CARD error.”“Undefined PC-CARD status.”“CARD full error.”“Delete e...

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    4 - 14. Individual FunctionsI.Tool Life ManagementII.Cutting MonitorIII. STAFIV. UUP FunctionV.External Measuring Function

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    4 - 24. INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMSI.Tool Life Management1.Outline of tool life managementTool life management counts the tool use value in accordance with the tool life unit setper tool. This function compares the tool use value and the setting value (I.1.2) andmanages the tool life. It also meets wi...

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    4 - 3• Use / Setting ...... Display and setting of life setting value and use value of each tool. Move thecursor, input the numeric value and set using the INPUT key.• Units .................. Set the units of life management for each tool.Minutes:Cutting rate time (minutes)Times:Number ...

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    4 - 4•Canceling a tool ............................ Set the cursor on the tool to be cancelled and press 0INPUT.•Registration of priority tool ............. Set the cursor on the tool to be given priority and press PINPUT. (Priority tool)•Canceling the priority tool .............. Set the c...

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    4 - 5(2) Length life ....... Available only for the ∑10L.Since the tool life of the tool 02 in Fig. 1 is set to 200 m, the sample program counts thecutting distance at “*1” where cutting feed matches. The unit of distance is meters.Since the data below the meter is stored inside, however, ...

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    4 - 6II.Cutting Monitor1.Outline of Cutting MonitorThis unit monitors the cutting load of the spindle and feed axes to prevent abnormalcutting and defective machining. Since various kinds of monitored data can be setusing the auxiliary functions (M code), it can provide monitoring corresponding ...

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    4 - 7(Example)Assume that the X axis is monitored by the load setting (See 4) and the no load valuehas been set at 80.When real load is held constantly below 79 inside the monitored section, no-load alarmis produced.(3) Wear Detection(a) Loading time detection mode (Wearjudgement time parameter i...

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    4 - 8•Maximum override ................ Maximum override value Parameter, 8052•Minimum override ................. Minimum override value Parameter, 8053(Example)The settings are made as shown in the table onthe left.When the NC program is started, the cutting loadexceeds 50 (no load value) an...

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    4 - 9(1) Conditions for executing each function•Wear detection and adaptive control cannot be executed simultaneously.•If both the detection functions are effective, adaptive control takes priority.(Example)When adaptive control is used ...... Overload detection value setting is ‘ON.’Adap...

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    4 - 106.Load Graph(Note) For other than the ∑10L, the load graph display is only for main monitoring.Displays the cutting load corresponding to the monitoring axis time by a graph in realtime.•Display modeAverage ........ Displays the average value of load data per unit timePeak ................

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    4 - 117.Life Graph(Note)There is no life graph display for other than the ∑10L.Displays the loading condition from the start of usage of 8 registered tools in the form ofa graph. The loading condition with time can be seen at a glance.•Display selection .................. Move the cursor on ...

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    4 - 129.Sample ProgramIn cutting monitoring, a program for the section between Auxiliary Function M720 and M770 ismonitored. Monitoring start commands are issued by M720-M769, monitoring end by M770.There are 50 types of monitoring data corresponding to M720-M769.[Programming Example]077;G131;G0...

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    4 - 13Bit 2 .............. Adaption of the main monitoring axisBit 3 ..............Bit 4 .............. Overload of the sub-monitoring axisBit 5 .............. Wear of the sub-monitoring axisBit 6 .............. Initialization in the tool life frequency modeBit 7 .............. Initialization in ...

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    4 - 14•The cancellation time is a data disabled time at spindle start, spindle speed change, andcutting feed start time.•The overload judgment time is a time required to judge as an overload when the cutting loadexceeds the overload value.•The wear judgment time is a time required to judge ...

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    4 - 15III.StafThe production support system, STAF (SEIKI TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANCEFUNCTION), has the following screens:1.Periodic Check2.Status Display/OK Monitor3.Instruction Manual Information4.LSSOL Diagram1.Periodic Check(Note)For ∑L, periodic checking does not exist.The Period Check screen is ...

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    4 - 16(2) Functions in the main screen•Reverse video cursor ...... Move with the ↑ or ↓ key to select an item. Move the cursorbefore pressing any function key.•F1/DETAIL ....................... Displays the Details screen for the cursor-indicated item, if any. Ifthere is no Deta...

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    4 - 172.Status Display/OK MonitorThe Status Display/OK Monitor screen displays the machine status. It is displayed by pressingthe “STATUS/OK” button on the operation panel.Alternatively, it is displayed by selecting “8. STATUS/OK MONITOR” from the System Menudisplayed by pressing OPER/...

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    4 - 183.Instruction Manual InformationThis screen displays the G-codes, M-codes, and maintenance M-codes provided for themachine as standard. The optional specifications are not always displayed.Select OPER/MAINTE and F5/INFORMATION in the Overall screen to display the first page ofthe G-cod...

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    4 - 194.LSSOL diagram (Switch Status)The LSSOL diagram shows a layout of the limit switches and solenoids, and their ON/OFFstatus. It has a layout drawing and list.In the Overall screen, select OPER/MAINTE , F3/ALARM DIAG. , andF2/SWITCH STATUS to display the layout drawing first.Note:If...

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    4 - 204-2ListPressing F3/LIST displays a list which describes the functions/applications.Note:The details and from of the list vary from one model to another.If the limit switch or solenoid is turned on, their names will be displayed in reverse video. If thereare two or more pages, use the p...

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    4 - 21IV.UUP Function1.General DescriptionThe internal information of the CNC unit can be read/written through the “UUP (Universal UserPort)” interface connector of the machine operation panel.Our “HS-MOS (Hitachi Seiki ? Machine Operating System)” is the software for personalcomputers (t...

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    4 - 22[One-to-one Connection](2) Connecting one PC to one CNC unit (Via the hub)In one-to-one connection, when the distance is long or you want to enhance thecommunication conditions, interpose the hub between them. In this case, the cable usedbetween the hub and CNC unit is a straight type.[One...

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    4 - 232-3Setting the TCP/IP addressesUpon shipment of the CNC unit, the TCP/IP addresses are as follows:Upon Shipment of CNC UnitIP address126.0.0.31Mask Address255.0.0.0Port address (TCP/IP)8193(1) When connecting one PC to one CNC unit (When not connecting to the in-house LAN)When connecting on...

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    4 - 24(3) When incorporating into the in-house LANWhen the CNC unit or PC is to be incorporated into the in-house LAN, the IP addresseson the CNC and PC sides follow the IP address setting for the in-house LAN.For the respective set IP addresses, inquire the network administrator of the in-houseL...

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    4 - 252-4-2Setting/Referring to the IP Address(1) Next, select [2. F_SYSTEM] in F MENU to display the F_SYSTEM screen.F_SYSTEM screen(2) Turn several menu pages with the RETURN key to search for “ETHPRM.” Use theETHPRM key to display the Ethernet Parameter screen.ETHERNET PARAMETER scre...

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    4 - 26ETHERNET PARAMETER screen (2nd Page)(3) The ETHERNET PARAMETER screen has two pages.You can use the page keys or ↑ and ↓ keys to scroll the screen. Upon shipment, thepages contain the following data.(Note: The MAC does not require you to set it; it is automatically set.)(4...

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    4 - 272-4-3Disabling to Write the ParameterOnce setting of the IP address is finished, you need to disable to write the parameters.(1) Take Steps (1) through (4) in 2-4-1 Enabling to Write the Parameters.(2) In the Setting screen, press 0 and INPUT to set WRITE PARAMETER = 0.This disable...

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    4 - 282-5Connecting MaterialsFor Ethernet connections, be sure to use overall shielded Category 5 twisted pair cables (STPcables) in order to improve noise resistance in the FA environment. The following table lists therecommended materials. Note: * denotes a dimension in meters.Name Type M...

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    4 - 29V.External Measuring Function1. OutlineThis function is designed to compensate a tool offset amount(wear amount) by feeding back themeasurement results obtained by an external measuring instrument to the NC unit through asequencer.It is optimum for long-time continuous operation with identi...

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    4 - 302. Tool DataSet the measuring position data for the measuring instrument; the data can be set for up to 8points.NO.1 to 8: Setting number.Corresponds to the measuring position of the external measuring instrument.TOOL: Tool number(4 digits).Set the tool number(machining tool programmed: low...

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    4 - 313. External MeasurementSet the compensating conditions for the tool set in 2. TOOL DATA.NO.1 to 8: Setting number.Corresponds to the measuring position of the external measuringinstrument.JUDGMENT: Judges the work in 7 grades; ++NG, +NG, +OK, OK, -OK, -NG, --NGCOMP. AMOUNT : Compensation am...

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    4 - 32ASSOCIATED PARAMETERSParameter 6240:4 1 Only --NG and ++NG are determined a defective work.At this time, the display of +NG and -NG are changed to ++OK and--OK, respectively.COUNT OF COUNTER CURRENT VALUEOnce a measurement is done, COUNTER CURRENT VALUE is counted up as follows:1When JU...

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    4 - 33Tool Wear Amount Set Value Status123456785. Wear ManagementTOOL: Offset number.Available as many as the number of tool sets.WEAR AMOUNT : Current wear amount.Clear this when replacing with a new tool.SET VALUE: Allowable wear amount of the tool.If the wear amount reaches the set va...

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