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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 1 SYNTEC Graphic Input Interface User Guide By¡G SYNTEC Data¡G 2001/07/01 Ver¡G 7.0

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 3Table of contents TABLE OF CONTENTS..........................................................................1 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION..........................................................5 CHAPTER 2 USING GRAPHIC INPUT INTERFACE ..................

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 44.1.12 Pause Boring Cycle (G89) ...............................................................................68 4.2 Facing.......................................................................................................71 4.2.1 Bi-directional...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 5Chapter 1 Introduction The Graphic Input Interface (GII) is the new function of SynTec 900ME series. This product is designed to write CNC G-Code program easily. GII is very user friendly and builds in on-line-help that makes the development of CNC ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 6 Figure1-1¡J Organization chart of GII

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 7Chapter 2 Using Graphic Input Interface In this chapter, we will begin using GII to design the program. We shall introduce functions of GII and operating methods. In Section 2.1, we use a example of Rapid Position to show the design flow and the ope...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 8 Press F3 to enter Figure2-2¡J Main screen In Figure 2-3, there are 5 major functions in this mode. The program is built and edited in this mode. The means of the screen and functions ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 9 Figure2-3¡J GII Main screen 2.1.2 Open File According to the flow chart in Figure 2-1, the first step is to open an older file or a new file; this is the major function of the file manager that mentions at section 2.1.1. Press F5 To load a progra...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 10 ¹Ï 2-4¡J File Management Example¡J We use a example of Rapid Position to show how to open a new file and write this program. The steps are as follows¡J Operating Procedures¡J 1.In main screen (Figure 2-2), press F3 to enter GII Mode (Figu...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 11 Figure 2-5¡J Open File Screen 2.1.3 Add A New Line In GII man screen (Figure 2-3), press F1 (Add CYCLE) to add a new line or in other words is to add a new machining cycle. The GII function menu shows in Figure 2-6. In this screen, select funct...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 12 Figure 2-6¡J Add CYCLE Menu The menu (Figure 2-6) is organized as Figure 1-1. According to the properties of G-Code and M-Code, the input styles can be classified as direct form or dialogic form. The direct form will enter the instruction immedia...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 13 Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. It is shown as Figure 2-6. 2.Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Rapid Position” and the dialogic window is displayed on the...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 14 Figure 2-8¡J Dialogic window of Rapid Position Figure 2-9¡J The dialogic window of Rapid Position with entered data

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 152.1.4 Edit GII Program Modify a line When input is wrong or the program is needed to correct, the editing program is necessary. User can modify the program in text or GII mode. In text-mode, please refer to [Main User Guide]. In GII mode, the modify...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 16 5. The deleting procedures are finished and the instruction is removed form the program. Figure 2-10¡J Delete CYCLE Screen

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 172.1.5 Simulate Program When we finish editing program, we shall simulate it to make sure that the cutter path is correct. To simulate program with 900ME series, users can easily examine the cutter moving through the designed path. In steping mode, u...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 182.1.6 Generate Machining Program After the program is checked and simulated, the program can be generated for machining. Operating Procedures¡J 1. In GII main screen (Figure 2-3), press F4 (Generate Program). 2. If the program is correct, the too...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 19PageUp/PageDown to turn the pages. Press Esc to exit the on-line-help. Figure 2-12¡J On-Line help window 2.3 Table of G-CODE and M-CODE Here are the tables of G-Code and M-Code and describ their functions. The marks in notes show the supportin...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 20G24 ºÝ-±¨®«d´`Àô Endface turning cycle G28 ¦^¨ì²Ä¤@°Ñ¦ÒÂI Reference point return G29 ±q°Ñ¦ÒÂI¦^Âk Go back from reference point G30 ¥ô·N°Ñ¦ÒÂI¦^Âk 2nd,3rd,4th reference point return G33 Á³¤ú¤Á«d Thread...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 21cycle G99 ´_Âk¨ìR ÂI Return to R point in canned cycle ¢I G134 ¶ê¶g¤Õ¥[¤u´`Àô Circle Pattern Positioning ¡¯ G135 ¨¤«×ª½½u¤Õ¥[¤u´`Àô Oriented Line Pattern Positioning ¡¯ G136 ¶ê©·¤Õ¥[¤u´`Àô Circular Patter...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 22 Chapter 3 Basic Machining Functions

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 23Figure 3-1¡J Organized graph of basic machining function In this chapter, we shall introduce the basic machining functions such as rapid position, linear machining, arc machining, and cutter setting. These functions are all supported by graphic...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 24and U can’t input at the same time. The center of the cutter is usually the zero point of the X-axis. 2.Y Axis(Y)¡J Coordinate Y of the end point. Y¡J the incremental form. The Y and V can’t input at the same time. The center of the cutter is...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 25Table 3-1¡J The parameters of Rapid Position example Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Rapid Position” and the dialogi...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 26 Figure 3-4¡J The dialogic window of Rapid Position with entered data Figure 3-5¡J Simulation graph of Rapid Position

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 273.2 Linear Interpolation (G01) The Linear Interpolation is the function that cutter moves along a line to the specified position at the feedrate in F and its corresponding G-Code is G01. The feedrate is machining speed. To use Linear Interpolation e...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 286.Spindle Speed (S)¡J Set up spindle speed. 7.Feedrate (F)¡J Machining feedrate. Linear Interpolation (G01) Machining Procedure: Cutter machines along a line to the specified position at the feedrate F. Example¡J Table 3-2 shows the exampl...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 29Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Linear Interpolation” and the dialogic window is displayed on the screen as Figure 3-6. 2.In this wi...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 303.3 Circular Interpolation Th Circular Interpolation will move a tool along a circular arc. It includes two G-code, G02 clockwise and G03 counter clockwise. These command all have dialogic window to input arguments. The Circular Interpolation main s...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 31 Figure 3-10¡J Dialogic window of Circular Interpolation CW Data Input¡J 1.X Axis (X)¡J Coordinate X of the end point. X¡J the incremental form. The X and U can’t input at the same time. The center of the cutter is usually the zero point of ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 32Circular Interpolation Direction Clockwise (G02) Machining Procedures: 1.Move a tool along a circular arc with clockwise and radius R. The path is defined by¡G *. End Point+Radius (R) *. End Point+Circular Center (I,K) *. Radius or the Center of t...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 33menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Circular Interpolation (G02/G03)” and then select “Circular Interpolation Clockwise (G02)”. The dialogic window is displayed on the screen as Figure 3-11. 2.In this window, using Up/Down arrow keys mov...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 343.3.2 Circular Interpolation CCW (G03) G03 will move a tool along a circular arc with clockwise. This is one of circular interpolation. To use Circular Interpolation enters the Graphic Input Interface by press F3 and chooses Circular Interpolati...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 35arc. 6.Y Axis Center Vector (J)¡G Distance from the start point Y to the center of an arc. 7.Spindle Speed (S)¡J Set up spindle speed. 8.Feedrate (F)¡J Machining feedrate. Circular Interpolation Direction CCW (G03) Machining Procedures: 1.Move a ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 36and then select “Circular Interpolation CCW (G03)”. The dialogic window is displayed on the screen as Figure 3-13. 2.In this window, using Up/Down arrow keys move the cursor to arguments and enter specific data. If an incorrect data is entered, ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 373.4 Tool Setting Before machining, you should set up the tools for length or radius compensation during machining workpeice. To set up tools selects “Tool Setting” at the GII main menu and the tool setting dialogic window is shown as Figure ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 38Chapter 4 Cycling Functions In this chapter, we shall introduce various cycling functions, including¡GDrilling¡J bore cycle, drill cycle, canned cycle; Pocketing¡G track pocket, square pocket, circle pocket; Facing ¡G bi-directional cutting,...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 394.1 Canned Cycle Canned cycles make it easier for the user to create program. With GII, a frequency-used machining operation can be specified in a graphic window. The Canned Cycle machines boring, drilling and tapping cycle. To use the canned cy...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 40 Figure 4-3¡J Dialogic window of High-speed Peck Drilling Cycle Data Input¡J 1.Hole position data X (X)¡J The X position of the hole. 2.Hole position data Y (Y)¡J The X position of the hole. 3.R to hole bottom distance (Z)¡J Distance from poi...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 41Example¡J Table 4-1 shows the example specification of High-speed Peck Drilling Cycle. The specific graph is shown in Figure 4-4. The starting point of the tool is assigned to (0,0,0). Parameters on screen Names Specifications 1 Hole position data...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 42b. Hole position data Y (Y)¡J 0.0 c. R to hole bottom distance (Z)¡J -5.0 d. Initial point to R (R)¡J -2.0 e. Each cutting feed (Q)¡J 1.0 f. Number of repeats (K)¡J 2 g. Feedrate (F)¡J 1000.0 3.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 43 Data Input¡J 1.Hole position data X (X)¡J The X position of the hole. 2.Hole position data Y (Y)¡J The X position of the hole. 3.R to hole bottom distance (Z)¡J Distance from point R to bottom of the hole. 4.Initial point to R (R)¡J Distance f...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 44 Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Canned Cycle” and then select “Left-handed Tapping Cycle (G74)”. The dialogic win...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 454.1.3 Fine Boring Cycle (G76) This function executes the Fine Boring Cycle. It bores a hole precisely. When the bottom of the hole has been reached, the rotation stops, and the cutter is moved away from the machined surface of the workpiece and retr...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 46Fine Boring (G76) Machining Procedures : 1.Using G00 moves the cutter to the point (X,Y). 2.Using G00 moves the cutter to the point R. 3.Machining to the point Z by G01 and oriented spindle stop for dwelling P seconds. 4.Shift the cutter with amount...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 47Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Canned Cycle” and then select “Fine Boring Cycle (G76)”. The dialogic window is displayed on the...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 48 Figure 4-9¡J Dialogic window of Drilling Cycle, Spot Drilling Data Input¡J 1.Hole position data X (X)¡J The X position of the hole. 2.Hole position data Y (Y)¡J The X position of the hole. 3.R to hole bottom distance (Z)¡J Distance from point...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 49Parameters on screen Names Specifications 1 Hole position data X (X) 0.0 2. Hole position data Y (Y) 0.0 3. R to hole bottom distance (Z)-5.0 4. Initial point to R (R) -2.0 5. Number of repeats (K) 2 6. Feedrate (F) 1000.0 Table 4-4¡J The paramete...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 503.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish the steps of input data. 4.Press F3 to simulate it and check the motion path of the cutter on screen. 5.Press F4 to generate machining program and press START on control panel to start machining pr...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 515.Dwell time (P)¡J Dwell time at the bottom of the hole 6.Number of repeats (K)¡J The number of repeats times. 7.Feedrate (F)¡J Cutting feedrate. Drilling Cycle Counter Boring Cycle (G82) Machining Procedures : 1.Using G00 moves the cutter to th...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 52Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Canned Cycle” and then select “Drilling Cycle Counter Boring Cycle (G83)”. The dialogic window i...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 536.Number of repeats (K)¡J The number of repeats to drill. 7.Feedrate (F)¡J Cutting feedrate. 8.Each cutting feed in the direction of X (d)¡G The depth is decided by the tool radius ( System parameter 4013). Figure 4-13¡J Dialogic window of Pe...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 54 Parameters on screen Names Specifications 1 Hole position data X (X) 0.0 2. Hole position data Y (Y) 0.0 3. R to hole bottom distance (Z)-5.0 4. Initial point to R (R) -2.0 5. Each cutting feed (Q) 1.0 6. Number of repeats (K) 2 7. Feedrate (F) 100...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 55e. Each cutting feed (Q)¡J 1.0 f. Number of repeats (K)¡J 2 g. Feedrate (F)¡J 1000.0 3.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish the steps of input data. 4.Press F3 to simulate it and check the motion path of the cutter on screen. 5.Pres...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 564.Initial point to R (R)¡J Distance from the initial level to point R level. 5.Dwell Time (P)¡J The dwell time at the hole bottom. 6.Number of repeats (K)¡J The number of repeats to drill. 7.Feedrate (F)¡J Cutting feedrate. Tapping Cycle (G84) ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 57 Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Canned Cycle” and then select “Tapping Cycle (G74)”. The dialogic window is displaye...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 58and selects the Boring Cycle (G85) in the Canned Cycle Menu. The dialogic window is shown in Figure 4-17. Data Input¡J 1.Hole position data X (X)¡J The X position of the hole. 2.Hole position data Y (Y)¡J The X position of the hole. 3.R to hole ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 59 Parameters on screen Names Specifications 1 Hole position data X (X) 0.0 2. Hole position data Y (Y) 0.0 3. R to hole bottom distance (Z) -5.0 4. Initial point to R (R) -2.0 5. Number of repeats (K) 2 6. Feedrate (F) 1000.0 Table 4-3¡J The parame...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 60 3.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish the steps of input data. 4.Press F3 to simulate it and check the motion path of the cutter on screen. 5.Press F4 to generate machining program and press START on control panel to start machining p...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 61 Figure 4-19¡J Dialogic window of Boring Cycle (G86) Example¡J Table 4-9 shows the example specification of Fine Boring Cycle. The specific graph is shown in Figure 4-20. The starting point of the tool is assigned to (0,0,0). Parameters on scree...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 62 Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Canned Cycle” and then select “Boring Cycle (G86)”. The dialogic window is disp...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 634.1.10 Back Boring Cycle (G87) This function executes the Boring Cycle Back Boring Cycle. It performs accurate boring. The corresponding G-Code is G87. To use the function selects the Canned Cycle in the GII main menu and selects the Back Boring Cyc...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 643.Using G00 moves the cutter to the point R and shift Q spindle CW. 4.Machining to the point Z by G01, hold P second and shift Q. 5.Move the cutter by G00 to initial point and spindle CW shift Q. Example¡J Table 4-10 shows the example specificatio...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 65“Boring Cycle (G87)”. The dialogic window is displayed on the screen as Figure 4-21. 2.In this window, using Up/Down arrow keys moves the cursor to arguments and enters specific data. If an incorrect data is entered, using Up/Down arrow keys mov...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 66 Figure 4-23¡J Dialogic window of Semiautomatic Fine Boring Cycle Data Input¡J 1.Hole position data X (X)¡J The X position of the hole. 2.Hole position data Y (Y)¡J The X position of the hole. 3.R to hole bottom distance (Z)¡J Distance from po...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 67 Parameters on screen Names Specifications 1 Hole position data X (X) 0.0 2. Hole position data Y (Y) 0.0 3. R to hole bottom distance (Z) -5.0 4. Initial point to R (R) -2.0 5. Dwell time (P) 1.0 6. Number of repeats (K) 2 7. Feedrate (F) 1000.0 T...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 68g. Feedrate (F)¡J 1000.0 3.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish the steps of input data. 4.Press F3 to simulate it and check the motion path of the cutter on screen. 5.Press F4 to generate machining program and press START on control ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 69 Figure 4-25¡J Dialogic window of Pause Boring Cycle Example¡J Table 4-12 shows the example specification of Pause Boring Cycle. The specific graph is shown in Figure 4-26. The starting point of the tool is assigned to (0,0,0). Parameters on sc...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 70 Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Canned Cycle” and then select “Pause Boring Cycle (G89)”. The dialogic window is ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 714.2 Facing This function machines a rectangular plane. Four types of facing are available. To use Facing enters the Graphic Input Interface by press F3 and chooses Facing. Select facing from the GII menu by pressing the option in Figure 4-27. ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 72decides the cutting direction. 3.Cutting width (W) : Depth of cut in one pass. If user not enter the argument, it will automatically determined from the cutting width (%) of common parameter ( CUTTER WIDTH (%) multiply [4010]) Z Axis Arguments : 4...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 735.Machine the workpeice along the X direction with inverse I direction. 6.Repeat 3~5 until tool reaches the boundary (J) of direction Y 7.Repeat 2~7 until reaches the Z retraction distance (H). 8.The tool moves to the machining start point Z by G00....

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 742.In this window, using Up/Down arrow keys moves the cursor to arguments and enters specific data. If an incorrect data is entered, using Up/Down arrow keys move the cursor to the argument and enter it again. According to the specific data, enter th...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 75 4.2.2 Unidirectional Cutting X (G162) Cutting is performed unidirectionally along the X-axis and corresponds G-Code number is G162. To use the function enters the GII by press F3 and chooses Facing and Unidirectional Cutting X. When you select unid...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 765.Z retraction distance (H)¡G Total machining amount in Z direction. 6.Z direction machining speed (E)¡J Machining speed in Z direction. 7.Feedrate (F)¡G Cutting feedrate. 8.Spindle Speed (S)¡J Spindle rotation speed (r.p.m) Note: All arguments...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 77 Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Facing” and then select “Unidirectional Cutting X (G162)”. The dialogic window is...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 78 Figure 4-33¡J Simulation result of Unidirectional X Cutting 4.2.3 Bi-directional Cutting Y (G163) Cutting is performed bidirectionally along the Y-axis and corresponds G-Code number is G163. To use the function enters the GII by press F3 and ch...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 79it will automatically determined from the cutting width (%) of common parameter ( CUTTER WIDTH (%) multiply [4010]) Z Axis Arguments : 4.Z increase amount (D)¡J Each machining amount in Z direction. 5.Z retraction distance (H)¡G Total machining a...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 807.Repeat 2~7 until reaches the Z retraction distance (H). 8.The tool moves to the machining start point Z by G00. 7.The tool moves to the machining start point (X,Y) by G00. Example¡J Table 4-15 shows the example specification of Bi-directional Cu...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 81enters specific data. If an incorrect data is entered, using Up/Down arrow keys move the cursor to the argument and enter it again. According to the specific data, enter the values one by one. a. Workpiece width (I)¡J ¡J 20.0 b. Workpiece length...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 824.2.4 Unidirectional Cutting Y (G164) Cutting is performed unidirectionally along the X-axis and corresponds G-Code number is G164. To use the function enters the GII by press F3 and chooses Facing and Unidirectional Cutting Y. When you select unidi...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 838.Spindle Speed (S)¡J Spindle rotation speed (r.p.m) Note: All arguments are described as increasing amount. Do not use unidirectional cutting X if your mill has only two axles. Unidirectional Cutting Y (G164) Machining Procedures : 1.The start...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 84 Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Facing ” and then select “Unidirectional Cutting Y (G164)”. The dialogic window is...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 85 Figure 4-39¡J Simulation result of Unidirectional X Cutting

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 864.3 Pocketing This function cuts an area of a specified figure such as track packet, circle pocket and square pocket. Press F3 to enter the GII mode and press F1 to enter a new machining cycle. Then, select the “Pocketing” on GII main menu. Figu...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 87 Figure 4-41¡J Dialogic window page 1 of Roughing Track Pocket Page 1 Data Input¡J 1.X Length (I) : The machining length in X direction. ( The sign of I determines the relation of second center.) 2.Y Length (J) : The machining length in Y directi...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 88 Figure 4-42¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Roughing Track Pocket Page 2 Data Input: 9.Basic Point (A) : The length of the machining basic point to the initial point in the Z direction. 10. Z increase amount (D)¡J Each machining amount in Z direc...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 898. Move the tool by G00 to original point C1. 9. If the finishing allowance is selected, it will do the finish machining by approach to the circle. Example¡J Table 4-17 shows the example specification of Roughing Track Pocket. The specific graph ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 90data, enter the values one by one. a. X Length (I) ¡J 80.0 b. Y Length (J) ¡J 40.0 c. Cutting width (W) ¡J 10.0 d. Direction (U) ¡J 1 (CCW) e. Finishing amount (V) ¡J 5.0 f. Finishing allowance (P) ¡J 0 (No) g. Spindle speed (S) ¡J ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 914.3.2 Finishing Track Pocket (G174) This function machines a finishing track pocket on the workpiece. The corresponding G-Code number is G174. To use the function enters the GII by press F3 and chooses Pocketing and Finishing Track Pocket. When you ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 92 Figure 4-46¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Finishing Track Pocketing Page 2 Data Input¡J 6.Basic Point (A) : The length of the machining basic point to the initial point in the Z direction. 7.Z retraction distance (H)¡G Total machining amount in...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 93 Page 1(Parameters on XY plane) Page 2(Parameters on Z axis) Names Specifications Names Specifications1. X Length (I) 20.0 6. Basic Point (A) 2.0 2. Y Length (J) 10.0 7. Retraction distance (H) 5.0 3. Direction (U) 1 (CCW) 4. Spindle speed (S) ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 94g. Retraction distance (H) ¡J 5.0 4.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish the steps of input data. 5.Press F3 to simulate it and check the motion path of the cutter on screen. The simulation result is shown in Figure 4-48. 6.Press F4 t...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 95 Figure 4-49¡J Dialogic window page 1 of Roughing Square Pocket Page 1 Data Input¡J 1.X Length (I) : The machining length in X direction. ( The sign of I determines the relation of second center.) 2.Y Length (J) : The machining length in Y dir...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 96 Figure 4-50¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Roughing Square Pocket Page 2 Data Input¡J 10. Basic Point (A) : The length of the machining basic point to the initial point in the Z direction. 11. Z increase amount (D)¡J Each machining amount in Z dir...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 97Example¡J Table 4-19 shows the example specification of Roughing Square Pocket. The specific graph is shown in Figure 4-51. The starting point of the tool is assigned to (0,0,0). Page 1(Parameters on XY plane) Page 2(Parameters on Z axis) Names Sp...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 98data, enter the values one by one. a. X Length (I) ¡J 20.0 b. Y Length (J) ¡J 10.0 c. Corner Radius ¡J None. d. Cutting width (W) ¡J 4.0 e. Direction (U) ¡J 1 (CCW) f. Finishing amount (V) ¡J 5.0 g. Finishing allowance (P) ¡J 0 (No)...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 99 Figure 4-52¡J Simulation result of Roughing Square Pocket 4.3.4 Finishing Square Pocket (G176) This function machines a finishing square pocket on the workpiece. The corresponding G-Code number is G176. To use the function enters the GII by p...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 100 Figure 4-53¡J Dialogic window page 1 of Finishing Track Pocket Page 1 Data Input¡J 1.X Length (I) : The machining length in X direction. ( The sign of I determines the relation of second center.) 2.Y Length (J) : The machining length in Y d...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 101 Figure 4-54¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Finishing Square Pocketing Page 2 Data Input¡J 7.Basic Point (A) : The length of the machining basic point to the initial point in the Z direction. 8.Z retraction distance (H)¡G Total machining amount i...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 102 Page 1(Parameters on XY plane) Page 2(Parameters on Z axis) Names Specifications Names Specifications1. X Length (I) 80.0 7. Basic Point (A) 2.0 2. Y Length (J) 40.0 8. Retraction distance (H) 5.0 3.Corner (R) None 4. Direction (U) 1 (CCW) 5...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 103h. Retraction distance (H) ¡J 5.0 4.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish the steps of input data. 5.Press F3 to simulate it and check the motion path of the cutter on screen. The simulation result is shown in Figure 4-56. 6.Press F4 ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 104 Figure 4-57¡J Dialogic window page 1 of Roughing Circle Pocket Page 1 Data Input¡J 1.Radius (R)¡J The radius of the circle. 2.Cutting width (W) : Depth of cut in one pass. If user not enter the argument, it will automatically determine by the...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 105 Roughing Circle Pocket (G177) Machining Procedures : 1. Move the tool to circular center C and up to the workpeice with A (mm) 2. Machine workpeice in the Z direction with speed E and move to the depth A+B. 3. Start to extend the hole with cuttin...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 106Page 1(Parameters on XY plane) Page 2(Parameters on Z axis) Names Specifications Names Specifications1. Radius (R) 10.0 8. Basic Point (A) 2.0 2. Cutting width (W) 4.0 9 Z increase amount (D) 2.0 3. Direction (U) 1 (CCW) 10. Retraction distance (H...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 1073.Press Page/Down to change screen to input arguments on Page 2. h. Basic Point (A) ¡J 2.0 i. Z increase amount (D) ¡J 2.0 j. Retraction distance (H) ¡J 5.0 k. Machining speed (E) ¡J 1000.0 4.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finis...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 108you select unidirectional cutting Y, the dialogic window will be shown as Figure 4-61 and Figure 4-62. Press PageUp/PageDown to switch the input display in Page 1and Page 2. Page 1 Data Input¡J 1.Radius (R)¡J The radius of the circle. 2.Cutting ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 109 Figure 4-62¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Finishing Square Pocketing Page 2 Data Input¡J 5.Basic Point (A) : The length of the machining basic point to the initial point in the Z direction. 6.Z retraction distance (H)¡G Total machining amount in...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 110 Page 1(Parameters on XY plane) Page 2(Parameters on Z axis) Names Specifications Names Specifications1.Corner (R) 10.0 5. Basic Point (A) 2.0 2. Direction (U) 1 (CCW) 6. Retraction distance (H) 5.0 3. Spindle speed (S) 1000 4. Feedrate (F) 10...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 1114.After finished the procedure, Press F1 to finish the steps of input data. 5.Press F3 to simulate it and check the motion path of the cutter on screen. The simulation result is shown in Figure 4-64. 6.Press F4 to generate machining program and pre...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 1124.4 Pattern Positioning This function moves the tool to the specific position. This is useful in machining such as drilling. Press F3 to enter the GII mode and press F1 to enter a new machining cycle. Then, select the “Pattern Positioning” on ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 113 Page 1 Data Input¡J 1.Center (X) : Coordinates X of the center of a circle.¡C 2.Center (Y) : Coordinates Y of the center of a circle. 3.Radius (I)¡G The radius of the circle. 4.Starting angle (J)¡G Angle of first pattern to the horizontal dire...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 114 Figure 4-67¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Circle Pattern Positioning Page 2 Data Input¡J 6.Depth of the hole (Z) : The depth of surface to the hole’s bottom. 7.Initial point to R (R)¡J Distance from the initial level to point R level. 8.Dwell t...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 115pattern (Radius I, Angle J). 3. Moves to the position of second pattern (Angel 360/K). 4. Repeat the drilling method. 5. Repeat the machining procedures until finish the last one. 6. Stop at the last pattern (The point R up to the surface of the wo...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 116enters specific data. If an incorrect data is entered, using Up/Down arrow keys move the cursor to the argument and enter it again. According to the specific data, enter the values one by one. a. Center (X) ¡J 0.0 b. Center (Y) ¡J 0.0 c. Radi...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 1174.4.2 Oriented Line Pattern Positioning (G135) This function machines an oriented line pattern positioning on the workpiece. The corresponding G-Code number is G135. To use the function enters the GII by press F3 and chooses “Pattern Positioning...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 118 Figure 4-71¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Oriented Line Pattern Positioning Page 2 Data Input¡J 6.Depth of the hole (Z) : The depth of surface to the hole’s bottom. 7.Initial point to R (R)¡J Distance from the initial level to point R level. ...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 119 Oriented Line Pattern Positioning (G134) Machining Procedures: 1. The drilling mode (G70, G89) is decided by page 2 2. No matter where the tool is, the tool moves horizontally to the position of first pattern. 3. Moves to the position of second pa...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 120window is displayed on the screen as Figure 4-70 and Figure 4-71. 2.In this window, using Up/Down arrow keys moves the cursor to arguments and enters specific data. If an incorrect data is entered, using Up/Down arrow keys move the cursor to the ar...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 121 Figure 4-73¡J Simulation result of Oriented Line Pattern Positioning 4.4.3 Circular Pattern Positioning (G136) This function machines a circular pattern positioning on the workpiece. The corresponding G-Code number is G136. To use the function e...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 122 Figure 4-74¡J Dialogic window page 1 of Circular Pattern Positioning Page 1 Data Input¡J 1.Center (X) : Coordinate X of the center of the arc.¡C 2.Center (Y) : Coordinate Y of the center of the arc. 3.Radius (I)¡G The radius of the arc. 4.Sta...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 123 igure 4-75¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Circular Pattern Positioning Page 2 Data Input¡J 7.Depth of the hole (Z) : The depth of surface to the hole’s bottom. 8.Initial point to R (R)¡J Distance from the initial level to point R level. 9.Dwell...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 1242. No matter where the tool is, the tool moves horizontally to the position of first pattern (Radius I, Angle A). 3. Moves to the position of second pattern (Pitch Angle J). 4. Repeat the drilling method. 5. Repeat the machining procedures until fi...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 125Operating Procedures¡J 1.Press F3 to active Graphic Input Interface. Press F1 to open “Input CYCLE” menu. Use Up/Down arrow keys to select “Pattern Positioning” and then select “ Circular Pattern Positioning (G136)”. The dialogic windo...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 126 Figure 4-77¡J Simulation result of Circular Pattern Positioning 4.4.4 Grid Pattern Positioning (G137) This function machines a grid pattern positioning on the workpiece. The corresponding G-Code number is G137. To use the function enters the GII...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 127 Figure 4-78¡J Dialogic window page 1 of Grid Pattern Positioning Figure 4-79¡J Dialogic window page 2 of Grid Pattern Positioning

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 128Page 2 Data Input¡J 7.Depth of the hole (Z) : The depth of surface to the hole’s bottom. 8.Initial point to R (R)¡J Distance from the initial level to point R level. 9.Dwell time (P)¡J Dwell time at the bottom of the hole 10. Each cutting feed...

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    SynTec Graphic Input Interface User Guide 129Page 1 (Parameters on XY plane) Page 2 (Parameters on Z axis) Names Specification Names Specification 1. Starting point (X) 0.0 7. Depth (Z) -4.0 2. Starting point (Y) 0.0 8. Dwell time (P) 1.0 3. Horizontal pitch (I) 4.0 9. Each cutting feed (Q) ...

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