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    Re: Fanuc data collect

    hy rukam :) i can only help for okuma machines

    as for fanuc, i recomand to contact this guys : amit20 aadinug ablackwell; i don't know to what extend they can help you, but i saw them debating...
  2. Re: Options for boring hole, high quantities

    Hy, for 1inch hole, 1inch deep, thus 1 l/d, rough it as you like, then go with interpolation with short endmill ( thus rigid ), active length < 1 inch, resize helix to overcome any out of rotund...
  3. Hy, if You wish, share/show curent workflow,...

    Hy, if You wish, share/show curent workflow, describe what You wish to change, and we talk / kindly :)
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    Re: 2D Adaptive profile radial load?

    hy rlaury :) you will have to discover the limits of your machine by yourself

    is good to have a bunch of tools and some material, to experiment :)

    is hard to begin with all 3 ( rpm feed doc )...
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    Re: Help with Haimer 3d taster

    sometimes default tips aren't long enough, or don't fit : this is why i made custom ones

    pls find attached image, with general guidance / kindly :)
  6. its a bit complicated only when you do it the 1st...

    its a bit complicated only when you do it the 1st time :)

    Lucky me, there was examples and formula inside the programing manual; coding the same example was easy, but what took me longer was to...
  7. Re: Post processor issue with drill block Andi Selexx

    hy gary :) i can help with a custom application, that will scan your code and identify operations ( by searching for home positions, etc ), then allow you to reorder them

    for drilling, just use...
  8. Re: LB15 Whacked chuck and all Tools are above center.

    hy :) pls share photo with turret

    is there c or y axis ? kindly :)
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    Re: Help with Haimer 3d taster

    i was refering to the nut that conects the stem to the taster body; pls check attached :)

    as for the zero/zero, is possible to do the math and craft a proper replaceable probe ... i had done such...
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    Re: Help with Haimer 3d taster

    sorry superman, by palpator i reffer to probe tip ... my english :)



    i used to align the probe from those 4 screws, but each time i did it, my back hurt, because the spindle is a bit far from...
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    Re: Help with Haimer 3d taster

    hy :) i can help you use 3d tasters and reniswhas, even if the probe is not "true"

    if you know what you do, there is no need to true it

    also, if you break palpators, is possible to craft your...
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    Re: Curving Text in Maestro

    hy :) i can help you with a custom app, that will deliver g-code for text on a curve / kindly :)
  13. Re: G-goce post from mastercam problem with C axis bufer going clockwise allthe time

    hy :) i can help you with a custom app, that will scan & fix your code / kindly :)
  14. Re: Drilling Holes Through Copper with Extreme Accuracy

    hy :) a drill delivers best cilindricity if it is being used inside an existing hole

    for example, if you only have a drill o10mm and expect to achieve a hole as cilindrical as possible, then use...
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    Re: Left milling cutter - how to use

    hy super :) i think it looks "hard" because i tried to diferentiate between spindle sense and grooves direction

    nowadays a common left endmill would have flutes in opposite direction in respect to...
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    Re: Left milling cutter - how to use

    hy :) it's possible to have the toolholder/endmills with groove/flutes straigth, to the left/right, and all those combinations will use same spindle sense

    there is no conection between spindle...
  17. Re: Using HAAS G71 bolt arc using first hole as reference, not center of bolt circle.

    hy :) it does not matter if the reference is on outer space ... really doesn't; let's say that this center is XcYc, relative to the uper left (XoYo)



    set XoYo
    cut 1st hole at X1.1 Y-0.73
    ...
  18. Re: Rotary surface spedd in IPM for given diameter not equivilant to linear IPM speed

    hy john :) sometimes rotary axis can be tricky



    x axis is behaving normally, it is a linear axis/default stuff, with no relation to the rota

    but the rota alone seems to have it's own mind...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    hello pette :) but of course cam systems can output smooth splines, at accuracy beyond what a cnc system can handle



    if machine is expected to interpolate nurbs, then if inital code :
    ... has...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    hello again :) please, how a cam achieves smoothnes and how a cnc does it ?



    for most machines, nurbs is out of the question, toolpaths are line/arch, and most parts are simple

    so i ask : is...
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    Re: Actual Chip Thickness Calculation

    hey, it looks nice :)
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    Re: OKUMA MA-400HA

    yes, if you put it like that, is ok :)

    but the way you asked initially, was like hoping for a break to be there, to lock it ...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    attached image shows a trapezoidal and an S curve ( that should perform theoretically smoother)

    in other words, positioning in rapids on a performant cnc that follow trapez, will behave smoother...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    hy mactec :) there is okuma application for step-nc ( 3d ), and also it's conversational can auto generate operations for 2d contours; it requires some time consuming definitions ...

    replacing the...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    hy pette :)



    on actual machines, those points become so close, that it interpolates at suffice accuracy considered real motion :) so is no longer point2point, but high resolution interpolation,...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    hello pete :) i delay some answers, trying a simple way to put it

    common cad geometry is "point line circle elipse bezier", while for g-code is only "line circle"

    "point" is not for cnc...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    the cam software can generate a toolpath for constant chip thickness, but using chip load control inside a cnc is a different thing :)

    for a cnc, is easy&common to achieve constant load (cl), but...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    morning pete :) yeees, that was a retorical question ... i wish to highlight that the feedbackloop will deliver in places where cam with/without mcs algorithm and top simulations will fail

    the...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    hey pete, this is adaptive :) your thinking is ok, but from the machine perspective, it does not know that it targets chipload

    machine has no clue how much if it's load is caused by cutting;...
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    Re: Jerk Control in machines

    if you use a cam with mcs algorithms, and there is also a virtual FE to analize motion, will it output smooth motion ?

    can you trust your top tier CAM and FE, to remove the feedback loop ?
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