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    pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    hello, please, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    i wish to rechuck a part with a side hole, and orientate the hole among x axis / kindly
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    Re: pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    I don’t believe it is possible because it is a spindle drive and not an axis drive. Have you tried it?
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    Re: pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    hy mr wizard no, it didn't work

    Code:
        G29 PC=30 ( 2277-01 ALARM-B DATA WORD torque limit A side 1 )
        G22 PC=25 C+10 F+60(100*5) G94 D+12.5 ( L0 still going )
        G28
    upper torque limit is at 60%

    but look what i found inside error's description ( is like there is possible to use PC and PM ) :

    Code:
    7 ->When it was not C axis connection, PC instruction was done by G22/G23/G29.
    8 ->When it was not M-axis specification, PM instruction was done by G22/G23/G29.
    9 ->PW and WT instructions were designated at the same time by G22.

    i may be missing something, because it did not showed " no-spec alarm " / kindly

    ps : please, what means WT from point 9 ?
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    Re: pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    I think M110 is not active?
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    Re: pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    hello again no, m110 is there, i just did not shared the entire code

    Code:
        G00 X500 Z250
        T909 M110 M960 M808
        G00 C0 X150
        G01 C1 F=60 G94
    
    
        G29 PC=30 ( 2277-01 ALARM-B DATA WORD torque limit A side 1 )
        G22 PC=25 C=10 F=60(100*5) G94 D=12.5 ( L0 still going )
        G28
    
    
        M807
    voila
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    Re: pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    if you wish, please check attached seems that such an option was released recently
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    Re: pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    Now that’s a new one! Never seen it before.

    I’m guessing there is a new torque limit parameter for c axis then?

    Best regards,
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    Re: pls, is it possible to use g22 for c axis ?

    hy, i think that this capability is there from some time, as PC appears inside manuals, in G22 context; it may be spec, but it hadn't been presented so far

    from time to time, i scroll the okuma website, and recently i saw it

    i think that torque limiter parameter is the same as the existing one, as it is targeting only the upper limit, beyond which is not allowed to pass when using G29



    a few months ago, when i needed this, i simply used spindle's phase ( CD on screen ), and a live tool that was aligned among X axis, but offseted in Y; normally, Y offset should have been 0, but sometimes is possible to go like that now, looking back at it, i think i could have ignored also the X alingment

    is possible to have same origin for C axis and M19, so to switch between them without losing phase / kindly
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