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    Hitachi Seiki HT20 SII - not enough memory for program

    Hello,
    I've got Hitachi Seiki HT20 SII CNC turning machine. Today I've tried to send some programs to memory via RS232. All works ok, so I cleared all the memory and tried to send longer program, about 560 lines (generated with CAM). And there is a problem, the memory is not enough for this program. It's a big problem for me, because I often turn complicated combinations of radius, and using CAM is only option. Moreover, I think 560 lines is not a long program, sometimes I use few thousands lines.

    So the question is - is it possible to extend the memory? Or use some external?
    Please help me



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    Re: Hitachi Seiki HT20 SII - not enough memory for program

    Hi, I have same problem did you sorted out ?
    Thanks

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    Re: Hitachi Seiki HT20 SII - not enough memory for program

    Hello
    it is possible, send me a PM with you email and I will assist
    John

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