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    Re: Okuma MX45 smal stop

    sometimes, it does not matter how many variants you test; what matters is the arhitecture; thus it may be possible that, untill a certain point, all testing is nothing but a wild shot

    on mills are more tolerance parameters than on a lathe :
    ... lathe : droop & rapid droop
    ... mill : in pos width, in pos 2, clamp, cycle , point r , retract , return

    g60 is udp / unidirectional positioning, one shot/not modal; i recomand to avoid using it at this stage

    about which code is active, 61/64, there may be shown, somewhere, on your screen, which is active; for example, on p300, is in bottom right corner; but i wouldn't look for that, because i have noticed that changing vinp on mills has effect even if there is no 61 inside the code; this means that 61 is power on default, or 61 and vinp are targeting different accuracy functions, and, to test this, simply change approach :
    ... rough approach : you have a set of codes with different vinp values; put at the begining g61 and run them, then replace g61 with 64 and run them again, maybe you will notice a difference
    ... direct approach : using file asign & system variables, to record real tolerance and each block duration; when testing codes, there may be differencies easy to spot ( like how you noticed that there is a stop ), but, also, there are those that you can not spot ( for example something faster than your reaction time ); you can really shorten your trials using fwritc vdin and vapa* ( hoping that those can run on your machine )

    i have been recently looking into such parameters, by colecting data, pls check attached; 1st task, is to build a code that delivers time decrease, as vinp increases, then use this as a template / kindly

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    Quote Originally Posted by angorgus View Post
    Hi

    We have test lot of parameters and codes but still get stop....how can i see if a code is active ? Exampel G60,61,64

    Krg
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    Go to BLOCK DATA display screen. It should show active M and G codes.

    We’re you able to clear alarm?
    Experience is what you get just after you needed it.

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    Re: Okuma MX45 smal stop

    i have noticed that changing vinp on mills has effect even if there is no 61 inside the code; this means that 61 is power on default, or 61 and vinp are targeting different accuracy functions
    hello for mills, besides vinp, there is also vipb; so far, i have no specific details on how they are being switched but my guess is that there is a similitude to lathes drop and rapid droop / kindly

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    Re: Okuma MX45 smal stop

    Hi

    Now i find the solution !!! The NC optional parameter no 2 bit 7 set to 1. standard is 0 No buffering for next raw in program now it´s work perfect !!

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    Re: Okuma MX45 smal stop

    okey be carefull, once you disable read ahead, rad comp may no longer work; i don't know, i never tried this, so check it, just to be sure

    also, inside MD1, or whatever is your program folder, be sure that there is only your active program file, and no remant files from previous setups; keep the folder clean, and test again with default read ahead on; if it fails, then restore / kindly

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