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    Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    Hello all!
    New to these forums, great info I've seen posted. I do have a question however. I have recently purchased a Takisawa TC-1 with a Fanuc 0-TC control. I am waiting patiently for an Operators manual from ebay and a programming manual from Fanuc America. What other manuals are suggested? Is there actually a parameter manual? One thing I did find out when programming a M68 (collet close) it waits for something, the command does not cancel. M69 however, works fine. Opens the collet and cancels itself. I've tried it in MDI, within a program to no avail. The parameter page looks greek to me, not what I'm used to plus I have no explaination on what numbers mean what. Also looks to be Binary?
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    Some M codes require confirmation, could be a pressure switch depending on the method the collet is closed.
    There is a Description manual
    Connection manual
    Programming manual
    Operators Manual
    Maintenance Manual
    Parameter Manual.
    Operation & Maintenance Manual.
    Then there is the MTB Manual for the Machine control and M codes etc.
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    Thank you Al,
    I can change the clamp via the key switch to internal or external. That in turn reverses the commands. M68 now opens the collet and cancels itself. M69 on the other hand will not cancel. So, what ever it's waiting for is unknown as the problem changes

    What manuals in the list do you recommend, what will I get the most bang for the buck out of? Besides the operators manual and programming manual because they are already on the way.

    Thanks again,
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    OK!!!!! Found the pressure switch. I Adjusted it lower and the m68 code will cancel, I feel kinda stupid. This is my first hydrolic machine, used to pneumatic ones. Soon I will learn the idiosyncrasy's of this dang thing, after all, it's what keeps it interesting.
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    Chuck pressure will also cause your clamp un clanp to move slower primairly your clamp, not much slower but you can tell,
    individual who perceives a solution and is willing to take command. Very often, that individual is crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave1 View Post
    What manuals in the list do you recommend, what will I get the most bang for the buck out of?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    Send me a PM with an email address, some exceed the server capacity though.
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    Done,
    Thanks Al,

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    The programming manual from Fanuc America showed up on friday, sheese, does a person need a PHD and a Doctorate degree to understand the dang thing

    Today the manual from ebay showed up, sweet, wish I'd got that first:banana:
    Now it's time to do some tool block making, some reading, some programming, and some testing, but from what I gather the machine setting and tool settings are not what I'm used to. Seems confusing. Oh, it's not a G54 machine, it's a G50?????

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    See if you have parameter 910 bit #1 set (xxxxxx1x)
    This should be G54~59
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    Al, that parameter is set to 0, I did try and change it to 1 and got 2 alarms, 401 and 430? I set it back.
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    Dear All,
    I have takisawa tc-1 with fanuc o-tc controler.
    my problem was few day ago the Dignotics parameters are lots.
    so please can help me,
    anybody have same machine. please sand me a this parameters.

    thanks in advance
    nilesh patel

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    Nilesh,
    You have a private message
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    the part number for the Fanuc OT parameter manual is B-62550En/01 .....it just happen to be sitting on my desk

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    Re: Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    Best regards to everyone,

    I bought Takisawa TC-1.
    I would ask you if someone has operator manual, wirring manual...
    My e-mail adress f1000@email.t-com.hr;
    Thanks
    Tom

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    Re: Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    I also picked up a Takisawa TC-1 last week. My first CNC lathe, so any docs you guys have gathered up for this machine would help me greatly! Please shoot me a private message if you wouldn't mind sharing any soft copies you have.

    Any specific advise would also be helpful. My machine is a 10HP, 8 tool turret, hydraulic 3 jaw chuck came on the machine (I might look into picking up a collet chuck also if you guys have any advice on which to get).

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    Re: Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    hi all,

    anyone here have takisawa TC1 CNC Lathe Fanuc OT parameter. My machine parameter lost recently and appear a lot alarm.





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    Re: Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    Dear Mr. Darren75 ,
    Yes I have takisawa TC-1.
    What year is your machine?
    I have saved the machine parameters
    f1000@email.t-com.hr

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    Re: Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    Quote Originally Posted by cnc wedm View Post
    Dear Mr. Darren75 ,
    Yes I have takisawa TC-1.
    What year is your machine?
    I have saved the machine parameters
    f1000@email.t-com.hr
    my machine was year 1993. can sent to me by email
    enixme@gmail.com

    thanks a lot

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    Re: Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    Dear Mr. Darren,
    I sent you email from gmail account.
    cnc wedm

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    Re: Takisawa TC-1 Fanuc 0-TC

    Good evening all, first time on here.
    I have a 1993 TC-1 had its parameters deleted. I have all the parameters except for the PMC parameters 900-939. If anyone has a copy it would be much appreciated.
    Regards
    Brad.

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