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    Very nice........It may not trip a breaker, the...

    Very nice........It may not trip a breaker, the high voltage for this is first passed through the servo amp, just hope you didn't burn that up in the process. They can get pretty expensive, believe...
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    You can use the G650 just like you would during...

    You can use the G650 just like you would during the pick-off process, but you have to command all the "Z" moves in "W". That is to say, command all linear moves as incremental moves.
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    This sounds to me like you may be having a...

    This sounds to me like you may be having a problem with the cable. The control itself issues a command and then waits for the component to respond to it saying that the task has been completed. If...
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    T0700 K2 -After the Tool is called, the...

    T0700 K2 -After the Tool is called, the Z2 axis is the commanded
    Z axis. Also the C2 axis is called up. X1,Y1,Z2,C2 are
    commanded from $1....
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    G115- Start point queuing (Type 1) or...

    G115- Start point queuing (Type 1)
    or Queuing during an axis movement (Type 1)

    The programming system that G115 is in waits until the
    other system reaches a specified...
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    First of all, I ALWAYS drill the smallest hole...

    First of all, I ALWAYS drill the smallest hole first, its just me. I also always peck when the hole is more that 3-5 x drill diameter. I know they say you don't have to but I do anyway, and the world...
  7. They are all in the Mitsubishi book for the...

    They are all in the Mitsubishi book for the control. If you don't have the book, it is downloadable on the Mitsubishi website, or you can also call them.
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    Yes...thay are the same, on my B-12s they call it...

    Yes...thay are the same, on my B-12s they call it center, on my L-20s they call it core. What will really through you is when you have to input the output to move programs around on a...
  9. The PEEK is really no problem, a little abrasive,...

    The PEEK is really no problem, a little abrasive, but if you use good sharp carbide tooling and them monitor the tool wear its no big deal. The titanium is a little bit tougher, don't use anything...
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    I wonder about the G0C0.0 in the knock-out...

    I wonder about the G0C0.0 in the knock-out routine, do you have C axis control on the sub? Not sure why that is even there. I would take it out. Also I have had a lot of trouble trying to run the...
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    I agree with carms, the .912 is probably what is...

    I agree with carms, the .912 is probably what is doing it. I only rapid out just enough to clear the tool, never more than .100" above the material. You can rapid higher, just make sure you have...
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    OK...first of all, I don't know anything about...

    OK...first of all, I don't know anything about the PC20, but I thought that was a honing oil. We used to use their NG and it was a great oil, but they seemed to be putting gold in it because as soon...
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    First of all...before we get too far with this,...

    First of all...before we get too far with this, what is the material OD and tolerance? What type of tooling and coolant are you using? I have had this problem with materials like 17-4, but not with...
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    Are you using the correct post processor for the...

    Are you using the correct post processor for the K-16 from Partmaker?
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    Believe me, you will wear the fingers out anyway.

    Believe me, you will wear the fingers out anyway.
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    My mistake, I forgot this had a Fanuc control. ...

    My mistake, I forgot this had a Fanuc control.

    There are some commands like M130 that are not written up in the books, but will work with the machine. Your bast bet might be to call Citizen...
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    In order for the sub speed to follow the main,...

    In order for the sub speed to follow the main, you will need to use :

    G114.1 H1 D-2

    This sets the sub to follow the mains' spindle speed. Cancel after the part-off with G113
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    We do this 5 or 6 times to get the length entire...

    We do this 5 or 6 times to get the length entire length of the part. This is a 10-24 thread, and a 12-24, or 10-32 is completely different of course, but this should give you the basic idea.
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    ...............and here is the second pass: ...

    ...............and here is the second pass:

    T500(DCMT 3-0-SM)
    M3S1=3000
    G0X0.3365Z.3T5
    G1X.193F.001
    G1Z.67
    X.37W.092
    G0X.412T0
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    Sure............here is the code for the first...

    Sure............here is the code for the first pass:

    T500(DCMT 3-0-SM)
    M3S1=3000
    G0X0.3365Z0.T5
    G1X0.2965F0.0014
    X-0.016
    X-0.056
    X0.132
    X0.193Z0.035
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    We do this in our Citizen L20s all the time. G32...

    We do this in our Citizen L20s all the time. G32 is the command.
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    If you don't have the "C" axis turned on, I have...

    If you don't have the "C" axis turned on, I have used m3s1=0 in the past, and that works as well.
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    We have run very small stock with the Genius 120...

    We have run very small stock with the Genius 120 over the years. You really need the small bar kit for it, but it works fine.
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    No....you really don't need to lay the part out...

    No....you really don't need to lay the part out in solidworks first. The entire thing can be done in partmaker. It sounds like somebody wants to keep their solidworks guys busy to me. You can also...
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    I have looked into this a few times over the...

    I have looked into this a few times over the years, hopeing somew smart guy would come up with something. As of yet, no one seems to be smart enough. If you really want to do the job, make the screw...
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