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    Doosan Lynx 220L lathe chuck issue

    Hi everyone,

    I'm getting a #2060 'CHUCK UNCLAMP STATUS' warning. The chuck opens and closes fine using the foot pedal but whether I try to start the spindle on manual or simply run the program this message appears.

    There was a similar question asked already but it seemed to be related to the actual opening/closing of the chuck...

    It's not a door interlock issue and I'm not trying to use a bar feeder. The program has been used recently on this machine so I dont think it could be a coding problem either.

    Any ideas much appreciated, thanks!

    Tom

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    If you have proximity switches on the back of your actuator then it is measuring over stroke and Chuck open. Either set the proximity switches correctly, or Chuck up on a part, or turn them off to bypass them.
    Doosan Service Technician
    darryl.hardt@doosanmt.com O:973-618-2461 M:973-803-9479

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    Re: Doosan Lynx 220L lathe chuck issue

    hi ,

    or turn the key for inside and outside clamping


    greeting bertus

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