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  1. #1
    Zephyria
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    ECS 2402 lathe post processor

    good evening,
    I am an engineer interested in cam
    In our company there is a lathe with Ecs 2402 cnc. I have a problem with UPG post processor on section initial change tool.
    In our Ecs system there isn't G97 command so when I use threading, cnc give an error. Only G94, G95, G96 are permitted.
    I have tried to use some conditions with IF THEN ENDIF without success.
    Manual suggest to use
    <G!:speed_type><S!>etc...
    <G!:feed_type><eol>
    But always output G97

    Have you some suggestions?
    Thank you in advance

  2. #2
    MrLder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyria View Post
    good evening,
    I am an engineer interested in cam
    In our company there is a lathe with Ecs 2402 cnc. I have a problem with UPG post processor on section initial change tool.
    In our Ecs system there isn't G97 command so when I use threading, cnc give an error. Only G94, G95, G96 are permitted.
    I have tried to use some conditions with IF THEN ENDIF without success.
    Manual suggest to use
    <G!:speed_type><S!>etc...
    <G!:feed_type><eol>
    But always output G97

    Have you some suggestions?
    Thank you in advance
    Hello.
    I can not help you with your question but maybe you can help me with a problem .. I bought a cnc lathe with controller ecs 2402d but it came without the power supply and I can not find any information about it. Can you give me some kind of schematic, photo, or information on the current output.
    thank you

  3. #3
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    Dear Zephyria,
    if you open your .SRC file with the EC editor and find the section "CALC_INIT_GCODES" then there is a parameter GC(G_RPM) that has a value of 97. Change it to 94,95 or 96 and all operations that use spindle mode RPM instead of SMM will be called with that. If your drilling operations need G94 and threading G95 then answer here and I will provide with a another lengthier approach.

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