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  1. #73
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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    Hello
    send me a PM with your contact info so I walk you through the process

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    Hi,

    Need to use Block Skip 2 for bar loader. Looks like is an option in this machine.
    Machine: HiCell 23B, Seicos LIII

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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    Sent you A PM, take a look

    John
    Quote Originally Posted by marcin75 View Post
    Hi,

    Need to use Block Skip 2 for bar loader. Looks like is an option in this machine.
    Machine: HiCell 23B, Seicos LIII



    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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    HITACHI SEIKI HiCell 23 II

    Добрый день я не куда правильно написать
    есть станок HITACHI SEIKI HiCell 23 II в режиме job все шевелиться
    при попытке выполнить команды в режиме MDI
    выбивает ошибки на фото видно
    Пожалуйста помогите.
    моя почта perrosprom@gmail.com
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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    Hi all,
    I have a Hitachi Seiki VM40 and I want to redo the electronics, so the plan is to replace X, Y & Z drive motors and drives and only keep the current spindle and spindle drive which are Fanuc, the motor is A06B-1003-B300 and the Control unit is A06B-6044-H103. I am not fused about being able to tap and cut threads so if someone could suggest a simpler spindle I would be happy to change. Sadly I don't have any circuit diagrams as I had someone else helping and they dropped off the edge of the world with my books.
    Plan is to use Centroid equipment were possible.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Tony

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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    Do You have separate driver for each motor ? Or there is 3 in 1 driver for all the Motors? We want to do same thing with vm50 but can't find any info about the Asus drive unit and if it wasn't bad enough its connected through spindle drive... If there are separate drivers and they are fanuc IT should be easy to obtain the info about signals and using something like cslab csmio get machine working with existing drivers and Motors. If I You try search on Google "vm40 Linux CNC ", there is a thread of the guy who got one fully retrofitted using Linux CNC and mesa cards. We are propably will go with new servomotors if we can' find drivers for fanucs installed in machine.

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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    Quote Originally Posted by Muciek View Post
    Do You have separate driver for each motor ? Or there is 3 in 1 driver for all the Motors? We want to do same thing with vm50 but can't find any info about the Asus drive unit and if it wasn't bad enough its connected through spindle drive... If there are separate drivers and they are fanuc IT should be easy to obtain the info about signals and using something like cslab csmio get machine working with existing drivers and Motors. If I You try search on Google "vm40 Linux CNC ", there is a thread of the guy who got one fully retrofitted using Linux CNC and mesa cards. We are propably will go with new servomotors if we can' find drivers for fanucs installed in machine.
    The guy that did the Linux is the guy that let me don't and has my books.
    Each axis has its own drive and a Sayno Denki motor, its only the spindle that is Fanuc. Give how cheap Servo motors have become its worth just replacing with something new unless I can get new drivers and new encoder fitted to the old motors

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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    Pm John here he is very helpfull , should hook you up with books or some info.

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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    Does anyone know the parameter to turn on the M8 (mist) option and the macro option? It's for a Matsuura MC-510V with a Yasnac MX-3 control. A options parameter list would be great if possible.

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    Re: Hitachi Seiki Repair / Service / Support

    shas595 (John?)
    short question for you. On a hitachi Seiki Micon-16, Seicos-II, when the battery dies you loose slbus data and parameters. Is the ladder lost or does that happen because of other problems?

    Dan

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    Hello Dan,
    If John can not help you. WE would be happy to assist it sounds like you need a reload on your seiki. Let us know if you need any information about your machine or parts as we have a vast inventory of parts available. cybermachinery@gmail.com.
    -A.J

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    Hello Vanki if you still need help with your VS50 we have parameters as well as loading procedures amongst parts for your Seiki machine. Contact us directly at cybermachinery@gmail.com.
    We will be happy to assist.
    -A.J

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