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    Matsuura 4th axis disable - Yasnac MX3

    Hello All,

    we have a Matsuura MX760 with Yasnac MX3. It came installed with a 4th axis drive and rotay. The 4th axis servo drive died, and we never use it, so I want to disable the 4th axis completely and just run it as the traditional 3 axis mill. How do I go about this? I found some parameters that seem like they would do the trick, but it still is telling me "ALARM 390 - SERVO ALARM (SERVO PACK) (SR20)

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Matsuura 4th axis disable - Yasnac MX3

    I can help... send me an email: simplersys@gmail.com

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    did you ever get some help with this?
    We would like to enable the 4th axis. So basically, the same parameters get flipped.

    Quote Originally Posted by shas595 View Post
    Hello All,

    we have a Matsuura MX760 with Yasnac MX3. It came installed with a 4th axis drive and rotay. The 4th axis servo drive died, and we never use it, so I want to disable the 4th axis completely and just run it as the traditional 3 axis mill. How do I go about this? I found some parameters that seem like they would do the trick, but it still is telling me "ALARM 390 - SERVO ALARM (SERVO PACK) (SR20)

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Matsuura 4th axis disable - Yasnac MX3

    Did you ever get a reply from this, I'd like to do the same?

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    Re: Matsuura 4th axis disable - Yasnac MX3

    Take a look at the attached. I was told to make all entries 0 and reboot. Be sure to write down what you have it set as first before making 0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shas595 View Post
    Take a look at the attached. I was told to make all entries 0 and reboot. Be sure to write down what you have it set as first before making 0.
    Thank you for sharing, that is quite a bit more information than has shown up anywhere else this topic has come up.
    I appreciate you sharing!
    Dave

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    Re: Matsuura 4th axis disable - Yasnac MX3

    Thanks, now I just need to get the drive installed and the rotary table connected to try it out. Any other parameters would be helpful as well like some of the options for air blow to clean the part, the end of cycle alarm and a few others that the manual says can be turned on. This seem that it will be a great machine if it could have the options my Hitachi had, I really liked that machine, especially the probe to set parts and tool lengths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shas595 View Post
    Take a look at the attached. I was told to make all entries 0 and reboot. Be sure to write down what you have it set as first before making 0.
    Would this be the same on MX2 as well?i also need help to disable my 4th

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