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  1. Re: need to send offsets to i31 controller

    hy :) i really have no clue for fanuc, but maybe it rings a bell https://www.cnczone.com/forums/fanuc/408694-importing-tool-offset-values-file.html


    if you wish, i can help you, without worries,...
  2. Re: I am totally new to CNC machining and Mazatrol and I need help, badly!

    hy :) regardless of workvolume, you should always stick with your goals, thus stick to what you want to become, not to what others want you to do :)

    in your case, i understand if you avoid asking...
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    Re: C Axis opinions and help please

    hello again and welcome to the market of cnc spares and accesories :)

    i was thinking about your post ... you should now something : going for accesories, etc, requires every piece of the puzzle to...
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    Re: C Axis opinions and help please

    hy qwerty :) in this case, considering that your machine is allready "4th axis ready", you should go along with your initial vendor, or, pehaps, a different vendor of the same brand.

    however, if...
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    Re: Belt and Chain Tension

    hy rishikesh :) some panels arround here have been removed from the machines, or modified in order to put them fast on / take them down fast ( by leaving the screws where they are ), allowing easier...
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    Re: Collet stop

    hello :) on swiss is harder to compare od tools, since there is not as much machining ( mrr/hour, etc ) comparing to a bigger lathe; on long series, on okumas, i was changing tools once/shift or...
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    Re: okuma user task 2 for ops 300l

    pls be careful bih-minh, this approach won't work if you try to pass a local variable to a soubroutine, because, once created at a specific level, a local variable is available on all higher nesting...
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    Re: Collet stop

    just another thoughts, in order to increase grip:
    ... shorten the active length of the collet, in order to decrease the contact area between collet and part
    ... increase feed when machining, in...
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    Re: Collet stop

    i am sorry, i don't understand, does the part slide inside the 2nd spindle, and/or does it crash/break because of drilling ?



    i don't know your machine, so take this only as wild-info : if play...
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    Re: okuma user task 2 for ops 300l

    hy, debuging code with variables may be tricky ... if you wish, pls describe what you wish to achieve, pls share a small full program that erors out, and i will take a look / kindly :)
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    Re: Collet stop

    hy hacker-de-luxe :) seems to be a grip-issue on the 2nd chuck ... seems promising that same operation performs nice on the okuma, but comparing an identical setup that runs on 2 different machines...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    hy :) drawnut requires internal threads, in order to mount it on the drawtube

    the 12" chuck has a bigger drawnut, and it's id thread is > actual drawtube od thread, so, in order for a nut adapter...
  13. Re: Mystery tools came with mill drill - what are these used for?

    hy :) i just remembered that i know how to craft a bucket ... the front has to be wider, so to avoid friction on sides, and there is a back plate, that is being cut not at the begining, but when the...
  14. Re: pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?

    thank you :)
  15. pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?

    hello :) considering a lathe, is it possible to stamp text on the od, within 1 spindle rev ? you know, like when knurling ?

    i don't remember exactly, but i saw a while ago a video, spindle was...
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    Re: Machine Parameters

    hello, oo yes, machine parameters ... i spent almost all my time on okuma, and i have a few software cds for each machine

    1st time when i saw the cds, i really had no clue about how important are...
  17. Re: writing tool offsets from within program

    yes, this is true :) all conversationals are a wonder at 1st glance, but after a while, when one gets used with them, may desire for more

    i have created a few codes, in order to speed up...
  18. Re: writing tool offsets from within program

    what about i-map ?
  19. Re: Citizen L32 programming question on using G75

    hello again, recently i was talking with someone about this, and other solutions involves:
    ... cutting a "thread" with a relative big doc and lead ( at least > feed of turning operation )
    ... lfv...
  20. Re: writing tool offsets from within program

    hy, those shared by rcs are ok; check also these examples :
    ... vtofd [ 01 ] = 20 ( rad declaration for register 1 )
    ... vtofh [ 10 ] = 123 ( height declaration for register 10 )
    ... vacod,...
  21. Re: Does anyone keep a vice mounted to table??

    hy swhowardno, i grew up inside a place where many parts where restored, thus they were not crafted from zero, but refreshed

    switching fixtures, centering, cleaning ... is a thing :)

    from time...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    i am glad you like them ; those are generals, i did not go into plate crafting tips, like, for example, how to check machine squareness, in-machine measurement, operations order and control, so to be...
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    Re: Crazy acting milling machine!

    Check if inverse time feed has not been activated.

    A feed move that is programmed for feed per minute WILL move very fast if you forget to switch back



    my dear attila, superman was not...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    me again : plate's width may be > spindle's taper length, and plate's interior may be cilindrical & conical, in order to shorten the contact length with the spindle's taper and assure that contact is...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    hello again, machine catalogue presents a2-6 only with 8" and 10", while kitagawa sells a plate also for 12" chuck

    mounting a 12" on a2-6 requires:

    ... mount the plate to the spindle, using 6 x...
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    Re: Peck drilling on Okuma lb3000 osp200

    hy :) if better control is needed, i like to write the code :



    G00 X0 Z2.5
    G01 Z-50 F0.10 G95
    Z-50+0.15
    Z-55
    Z-55+0.15
    G00 Z50 ...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    plate has to run true, thus frontals to be paralell, diameters concentric, and frontals perpendicular on diameters ... so far so good, but the only trick is to create the taper to comply with those...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    to avoid doubts, i would recomand to get the dimensions ... or at least check that you could return the item if it does not fit

    at least actual jis a2-6 and a2-8 spindle noses are dual tapered, od...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    depends what kind of parts you are crafting; 8 vs 12 is speed vs power ...



    what is the standard chuck size for your machine, and/or spindle nose ? is that b212 new ? power requirement & wear...
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    Re: Need help with programming OSP7000 1999

    hy :) it's cheaper if you can do it; you will also need to edit some parameters, so to lower acceleration & breaking, maximum rpm , static torque for c axis, and maybe others, but i don't know where...
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