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    1USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970This manual will provide unpacking, maintenance, and user guide for running the D Series CNC Router. It is suggested that the operator keep this manual by the machine. This will provide the most important information pertaining to the...

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    2USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970 1.1 Table of ContentsI.........General Installation Instructions. 1.1 Contents 1.2 Safety Instructions. 1.3 Correct Colleting. 1.4 Electrical and Pneumatic connections. 1.5 Vacuum Pump connections. II........Machine Start-Up and ...

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    3USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-397012. Stay alert at all times when operating the machine. 13. Always wear safety goggles.14. Donotwearloose-fittingclothingwhenoperating machine. Long hair should be protected.15. Always maintain proper balance and footing when working ...

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    4USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39701.3 Correct Colleting.Read these instructions thoroughly BEFORE operating machine.WARNING! THE SPINDLE WILL BE DAMAGED IF UNBALANCED EQUIPMENT IS USED. \AIR SUPPLY MUST BE FILTERED AND DRY.

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    5USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39701.4 Electrical and Pneumatic connections. The D series machine is powered by three phase 220 volts. The amperage require-ments for this machine are ______________.1.4.1 When the machine has been unpacked, it will be necessary to attach...

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    6USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39701.4.4Attach the three phases and the earth to the connections shown in fig 1.4.4. 1.4.5Various components on the machine require air pressure. 90psi of air needs to be supplied to the machine for it to function correctly. Attach an air ...

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    7USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39701.5 Vacuum Pump connections.You will need to have an electrician connect AC power (220 or 440 VAC) as specified on the unit to the motor starter. Take the Silver connector from the Starter Box and connect it to the female connector on t...

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    8USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Section II: Machine Start-Up and Screen Functionality.2.1.1Turn the Main power switch to the ON Position.220 volts should have been attached to this switch by an electrician. Fig 2.1.12.1.2The red light on the front of the machine will ...

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    9USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970 2.1.4 Software start up.Once the PC has started, the Boot Controller software will start automatically. If it does not, double click on the Boot Controller Icon on the desktop. If no text appears in the box, after 30 seconds, check tha...

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    10USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39702.1.5 Interface Starts: The interface screen will now open. There will be a warning message saying Emergency Stop Active. Click on the E-stop Reset Button to remove this warning. The Axis not referenced error will appear. Click on Hom...

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    11USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39702.2 Screen Callouts.Above is the main screen of the D interface, to help understand the functions of the but-tons they will be broken down into the following categories. A- Jogging functions.B-Homing Functions.C-Pneumatic & Elect...

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    12USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970The sections highlighted below are the Jog controls of the interface.The machine will not move unless a jog mode is selected. Click on the button beside the text to select a mode.A-Handwheel: The Rotary hand wheel, attached to the mac...

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    13USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970The sections highlighted below are the Homing Functions of the interface.A-Home All: When this button is left clicked, all the axes will move to the home position. The Z axis will first move up to its limit, then the X and Y axes w...

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    14USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970C-Pneumatic & Electrical Controls.The sections highlighted below are the buttons that control the pneumatic and electrical outputs for the controller. ABCDA-Shroud Down:Left clicking on this button will raise or lower the dust shro...

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    15USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970ABCD-Menu Screens.The sections highlighted below are the Menu Screen options of the interface. The user can switch to these screens by clicking on the corresponding button.A- Offsets: Left clicking on this screen will open the Offset M...

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    16USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970E-Coordinate System The section highlighted below is the Coordinate System. ABCDA-XYZ Coordinates: This displays the location of the machine. If the Origin No is zero, the numbers displayed are the distance from the Home position. ...

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    17USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970F- Origin FunctionsThe sections highlighted below contain the Origin functions of the interface. Origin can also be called the XYZ zero point. ABCDA-Apply ORI 1: Left clicking on this button activates Origin 1 for the coordinate syste...

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    18USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970G- Save Origin Menu.When the Save Origin button is clicked on the main screen, this screen will open. This screen provides a reminder to identify the tool in the tool holder before saving an origin. This screen gives the user an opport...

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    19USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970H- Spindle & Coolant Control.The section highlighted below allows manual control on the Spindle and Coolant.BAA-Spindle On/Off : Pressing the button beside On will turn the spindle on, pressing the the button beside Off will tur...

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    20USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970I-Load G-Code FileThe button highlighted below will open the Load G-code File directory allowing the user to load a g-code file. AA-G-code File: Pressing this button will open the g-code file folder, allowing the user to activate o...

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    21USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970J- Program Functions: The section highlighted below is the program functions that are used when running a g-code file. A-Auto: When this button is active, the g-code file will run in continuous mode.B-Step Mode: When this button active...

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    22USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970K-Tool MenuWhen Tool is clicked on the main menu, the screen below will open up. In this screen tool lengths can be learned, tools identified and changed automatically. ABCDEFGHA-Tool Offset Preset: This section allows the user to manu...

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    23USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970L- Offset MenuWhen Offset is clicked on the main menu, the screen below will open. In this screen multiple offsets can be saved and recalled. A-Activate Origin: Left clicking on these buttons will activate the corresponding Origin.B-Or...

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    24USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Section 2.3 File System-Network System.The PC is connected to the OSAi controller by a ethernet cable. The interface communicates in real time with the Osai controller via ether-net cable to allow jogging and other manual functions. I...

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    25USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970SECTION II: Operating Tutorials.3.1 Jogging the machine. The machine has three jog modes:-Handwheel: The machine is controlled by the handwheel on the side of the machine.-Continuous: The machine is controlled by placing the mouse over...

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    26USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970MDI mode stands for Manual Data Input. Activate this mode by clicking the icon in the Jog box. MDI. When this mode is selected a Test box will appear. G-code commands can be entered in this box, then clicking Cycle Start will run the c...

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    27USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39703.2 Learning Tool Lengths.Tool lengths will record how long the tools in the holder and record the offset value. This will allow multiple tools to be used in a single file. Tool Locations should be pre-learned from the factory, if the ...

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    28USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970If jogging the machine make sure one of these buttons is clicked, otherwise it will not move.This displays the Tool that is in the chuck. 1 means no offset is applied.1.1 means offset is applied.Identify or Change Tools by pressing the...

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    29USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39703.3 Saving An Origin/Setting XYZ zero position.When setting an origin, make sure the correct tool is in the chuck and this tool has been identified. The T.OFFSET box in the top right hand side of the screen should be 1.1 or 2.2 etc fo...

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    30USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970The coordinates displayed will still be the Work Coordinates. That is the coordinate system from the home position. To display the Origin just saved. Click on Apply ORI 1. The coordinate system will now switch to the origin you saved. ...

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    31USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39703.4: Preparing a G-Code File.The g-code file must be copied into the programs folder on the PLC directory. There is a shortcut to this on the main desktop. When operating in virtual XP mode, the USB stick is activated by pressing USB ...

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    32USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970End of File:M05 (Spindle Off)M48 (Dust shroud up)M30 (File end)So the start of a typical file will look like this. G70 G90 G40 G80 G17 G27 M143 M49 G600 (UAO,01)T1 M6 M3 S18000 (DLY,05) ...

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    33USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Click on G-code File to access the file menu. Locate the File you want to load.Left click on the file.Click Activate to load it to the machine.Close the window by clicking X.When Loading a new File click Deactivate to remove the old fi...

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    34USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970The file name will now appear on the top right of the screen. You are now ready to run the file. To run the file. -Ensure that the origin and the Tool offsets are set.-Check AUTO to run in continuous mode. -Click Cycle Start to run the...

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    35USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39703.5 Machine Origin,Working Origin, and Offsets.When the machine goes to the home position, the coordinate system is set to zero. This is the machine origin. Machine origin is a reference position from which Tool locations, lengths and ...

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    36USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970SECTION IV: Advanced Tutorials.4.1 Using Block to Block Functions.Block to block function will allow a particular sectionofag-codefiletoberun.Forthisfunctiontooperate,theg-codefilemusthaveline numbers in the following manner:N100 G0X3...

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    37USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39704.2 Mem SearchMemsearchwillallowfindthelastresetpointinthefilecurrentlyactivated.Ifyoupressresetwhilerunningafile,youcancontinue from that point by pressing MEM S.The g-code will be searched for the last break point, and once it has be...

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    38USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39704.4.Setup Parameters. CertainparametersforaG-codefilecanbechangedfromtheSet-upwindow in the interface. Any changes here are cleared when Reset is pressed in the main screen.Click on Setup and the drop down menu will appear. Manual Set-...

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    39USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Dynamic parameters will allow adjustment in canned drilling cycles. See the Osai G-code manual for more details on canned cycles. Dynamic Limits will effect the smoothness of the machine. See the Osai Amp manual for more details on the...

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    40USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Programsetupwillallowadjustmentstotheg-codefile.BlockDeletewilldeleteahighlightedpartofag-codefile.Feed rate bypass will override the programmed feedrates and use the percentage feed on the main screen. Disable program scroll will stop...

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    41USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Probe setup controls the way the tool offsets are learned and should not be adjusted. Set accuracy will adjust the arc tolerance for circles and curves inthefile.See the Osai Amp and Osai G-code manual for more informa-tion

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    42USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-39704.5 Backing Up Parameters.The parameters of the Amp and PLC should be backed up before any adjustments are made to them. To do this:Restart the controller in Setup Mode. Select Boot, then Restart, then pick Setup from the mode menu. O...

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    43USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Click on Back-up to select the backup optionClick on Browse and pick/create a suitable folder to save the backup, enterasuitablefilenameforthebackup,clickSave.

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    44USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Check the box beside All the control and click start to begin the backup. Once complete, close the Security window, and reboot the controller in Normal mode. To Restore a saved backup, just reboot in setup mode again, and select Restor...

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    45USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970V. Machine Lubrication.Fig 5.15.2 Lubricating the X-Y-Z Rails The rail carriage bearings are sealed and protected with wipers. The rails should be lightly oiled to allow smooth operation. Avoid a build up of debr...

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    46USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Section VI: Appendix.6.1 Error Messages./Fault finding.Error MessageProblemSolution.001 EMERGENCY STOP ACTIVEE-stop pushed in.Release E-stop, and click E-stop release on screen.011 AXES NOT REFERENCEDMachine has not been homed.Press Ho...

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    47USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Error MessageProblemSolution.NC101 Process 1Positive over TravelTheg-codefileistrying to run beyond the table size.Adjust Origin.Redo G-code File.NC030 Circle is not Congruent. Dynamic mode not Congruent.G-codefilehasanincorrect arcAr...

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    48USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970Machine Freezes during Tool change, or when it tries to do a tool change in a g-code file.This error can occur if the pneumatic sensor on the dust shroud is faulty. To check this.-Press dust Shroud UP on the main screen. -Look at the s...

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    49USER MANUALhttp://support.technocnc.com Phone: 516-328-3970

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