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    Okuma MA-50HB with OSP-E100 CONTROL

    Hi all,

    The question I have is regarding running a program from memory.
    I tried running a program with subprograms and I keep getting ERROR 5212 Subprogram name 1 'CALL 6601'

    O6601 is the subprogram filename and is registered as such in the library as O6601.SUB
    I have tried running this program in "A-Mtd" and "B-Mtd" and get the same problem.If I try running a different program without subs it is ok.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks

    Dave

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    Re: Okuma MA-50HB with OSP-E100 CONTROL

    hy, try to use the subroutine without registering it as a library file; it should work, and if it does, my advice is to leave it like that

    do you really wish to use the soubroutine as a library file ? if yes, then try to place the lib file in a folder <>md1 ( or whatever folder <> system device ); if this fails, then you will have no benefit by using *.lib; in such a case, register it as a msb

    both msb and lib are autoloaded at power up; do you really wish to load a program from memory, or you just wish to use the soubroutine ? kindly

    ps : If i may, what is 6601 doing ?
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    Hi,

    Perhaps I'm not using the correct terminology as I'm still new to the machine. The program is in the machine memory but maybe not called a library file. Is there such a thing?

    I have several programs/subprograms for milling a profile, chamfering holes and different things that are repetitive.

    I am using pre-existing programs from another machine and modifying the code to suit the Okuma.

    I tried renaming to .ssb file and this didn't work.

    All the programs are in the "MD1" directory.

    Thanks

    (Also forgot to mention this is a Horizontal mill where we are doing the same thing on 2 ends of a part)
    Last edited by Turning_Guy; 01-13-2020 at 01:38 PM. Reason: Added info about parts machined,added program directory info

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    Re: Okuma MA-50HB with OSP-E100 CONTROL

    When you select main program you must select sub program too.
    file *.LIB is auto load when power on not file *.sub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuanpq View Post
    When you select main program you must select sub program too.
    file *.LIB is auto load when power on not file *.sub.
    Ok sounds promising. Can you explain how I select the subprogram(s)? I have 4 or 5 I want to work with. I can't find anything in the manual other than how to select the main program and the interactive help menu is not any more helpful.

    Do I need to change .sub to .lib for subs?

    Thanks
    Last edited by Turning_Guy; 01-13-2020 at 04:50 PM. Reason: add question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turning_Guy View Post
    Ok sounds promising. Can you explain how I select the subprogram(s)? I have 4 or 5 I want to work with. I can't find anything in the manual other than how to select the main program and the interactive help menu is not any more helpful.

    Do I need to change .sub to .lib for subs?

    Thanks
    You see attach file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuanpq View Post
    You see attach file.
    Hi,

    Does this mean you have attached a file? If so I can't see it.
    Please advise.

    Thanks

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    Re: Okuma MA-50HB with OSP-E100 CONTROL

    I am sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuanpq View Post
    I am sorry
    You are sorry for? Is it that you don't have any further info?

    No worries.

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    Re: Okuma MA-50HB with OSP-E100 CONTROL

    do you see my attach file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turning_Guy View Post
    You are sorry for? Is it that you don't have any further info?

    No worries.
    no problem.

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