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GE FANUC 0i MC OPERATORS MANUAL
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GE FANUC 0i MC OPERATOR MANUAL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS.... i 1.0 POWER ON/OFF.... 1
1.1 PRE-START CHECKING STEPS....2
1.1.1 OIL RESERVOIR.....2 1.1.2 AIR PRESSURE.....2 1.1.3 WATER RESERVOIR....3 1.1.4 FLOOD COOLANT....3 1.1.5 COOL POWER RESERVOIR.....3
1.2 POWER ON/OFF....4
1.2.1 POWER ON....4 1.2.2 POWER OFF.....5 1.2.3 ELECTRICAL CABINET DOOR....5
2.0 CNC CONTROL.... 7
2.1 CONTROL LAYOUT....8
2.1.1 GE FANUC LCD.....9 2.1.2 SOFTKEYS.....9 2.1.3 GE FANUC MANUAL DATA INPUT....9 2.1.4 OPERATOR PANEL A....10 2.1.5 OPERATOR PANEL B....21 2.1.6 MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR....23 2.1.7 PCMCIA CARD PORT....23 2.1.8 RS 232.....23 2.1.9 BECON.....23
3.0 CONTROL FUNCTION.... 25
3.1 OPERATION MODE SELECTION....26
3.1.1 AUTO MODE.....26 3.1.2 EDIT MODE.....28 3.1.3 MDI MODE....29 3.1.4 REMOTE MODE.....31 3.1.5 REF RETURN MODE....35 3.1.6 JOG MODE.....37 3.1.7 HANDLE MODE.....38
3.2 SAFETY FUNCTIONS....39
3.2.1 EMERGENCY STOP.....39 3.2.2 DOOR OVERRIDE....39 3.2.3 WORKLIGHT.....39 3.2.4 ALARM MESSAGE....39
3.3 TEST FUNCTION MODES....40
3.3.1 SINGLE BLOCk....40 3.3.2 BLOCK DELETE.....40 3.3.3 OPTION STOP.....40
3.3.4 PROGRAM RESTART....40 3.3.5 MC LOCK.....41 3.3.6 DRY RUN.....41
3.4 SETUP MODES....42
3.4.1 FUNCTION KEY.....42
3.5 TOOL OPERATION....43
3.5.1 DRUM FWD.....43 3.5.2 DRUM REV.....43 3.5.3 TOOL REL.....43 3.5.4 T-COMMAND (TOOL NUMBER)....44 3.5.5 TOOL CHANGER COMMAND....45
3.6 AXIS DIRECTION SELECTION...56
3.6.1 X+ AXIS....56 3.6.2 X- AXIS....56 3.6.3 Y+ AXIS....56 3.6.4 Y- AXIS.....57 3.6.5 Z+ AXIS....57 3.6.6 Z- AXIS.....57 3.6.7 A+ AXIS....57 3.6.8 A- AXIS.....57 3.6.9 RAPID OVERRIDE....57
3.7 SPINDLE OPERATION....58
3.7.1 SPINDLE STOP.....58 3.7.2 SPINDLE CLOCKWISE....58 3.7.3 SPINDLE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE....58 3.7.4 MANUAL SPINDLE SPEED.....58 3.7.5 M CODE / S CODE....58 3.7.6 SPINDLE SPEED RANGE....59 3.7.7 SPINDLE OVERRIDE....60 3.7.8 SPINDLE ORIENTATION....60 3.7.9 SPINDLE SPEED OVERRIDE....60 3.7.10 SPINDLE CALIBRATION....60
3.8 OPERATION CONTROL....61
3.8.1 FEED/RAPID/JOG OVERRIDE...61 3.8.2 MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR....62 3.8.3 HANDLE.....62
3.9 EXECUTION FUNCTION....62
3.9.1 CYCLE START.....62 3.9.2 FEED HOLD.....63
4.0 M/C SET UP.... 65
4.1 USER PREFERENCE....67
4.1.1 PROGRAM COORDINATE UNITS....68 4.1.2 T/H/D ALIGNMENT CHECK....69 4.1.3 TOOL CHANGE ADDS D/H OFFSETS....70
4.2 AXES SET UP.....71
4.2.1 4TH (A) AXIS AMP FITTED.....71 4.2.2 4TH (A) AXIS FITTED....71
4.3 AUTO TOOL CHANGER....72
4.3.1 TOOL CHANGE TYPE....72
4.4 TOOL LOAD MONITOR...73
4.4.1 POWER SET.....74 4.4.2 TOOL TYPE.....76 4.4.3 DATUM.....77 4.4.4 LIMIT.....78 4.4.5 ACTION....80
5.0 LENGTH SETTING.... 81
5.1 SETTING TOOL ORIGIN POINT...82 5.2 SETTING TOOL LENGTH....84 5.3 TOOL DIAMETER/RADIUS SETTING...85 5.4 TOOL LENGTH DIAMETER/RADIUS ADJUSTMENT..86
6.0 DATUM SETTING.... 87
6.1 DATUM EDGE LOCATION...88
6.1.1 X - AXIS LOCATION....88 6.1.2 Y - AXIS LOCATION....90 6.1.3 Z - AXIS LOCATION....91
6.2 COPYING OFFSETS....92 6.3 GLOBAL DATUM SHIFT....93 6.4 G92 POSITION SET....94 6.5 G92 POSITION SET CANCEL...97
3.5.4 T-COMMAND (TOOL NUMBER)
Eight digit T-Word may be programd in block with or without M06 code. T-Word programmed in block by itself will position tool carousel with position tool carousel with programmed tool at 6 o'clock position (DATC)of magazine for next tool change.
Rotation of carousel will not inhibit continued execution of part program as carousel is away from work area. For DATC, this enables cycle time reduction of part program execution, by allowing next tool to be immediately ready for tool change. Programming T-Word after M06 will command positioning of carousel, followed by immediate tool change. Programming T-code of tool that is already at tool change (6 o'clock) position will command no activity by tool carousel, as requested tool, is already at tool change position. T-Word may be used to position tool carousel by pocket number when combining with M100 miscellaneous code. M100T5: Position carousel to tool pocket #5. Pocket #5 will be selected regardless of tool number in pocket, or if pocket empty.
3.5.5 TOOL CHANGER COMMAND
ATC: M06 Txx command from part program executes tool change cycle for carousel type ATC tool changer. M06 command calls macro program O9021, which executes required Z-axis motion commands & special Miscellaneous Codes (M- Codes) for execution of the tool change cycle. Legal Tool command: M06 T10: Proper Command Syntax M06: Proper Command Syntax( will change tool to the previous T number). T05 M06: Proper Command Syntax
NEXT TOOL: Next Tool pushbutton is used to load a tool which is next to the current aligned position from the tool drum into the spindle. It is only active when the operator door is closed and CNC is in the Jog mode. Press "JOG" button. Pressing "FUNC" + "NEXT TOOL" will load the next pocket tool into the spindle. It will return the tool in the spindle to the tool drum first, then increment the tool drum 1 pocket and load the tool into the spindle. Operator can see the tool number changing from tool management screen.
LOAD TOOL Load Tool pushbutton is used to load a tool from the tool drum into the spindle. It is only active when the operator door is closed and CNC is in the Jog mode. Press "JOG" button. Press "DRUM FWD" or "DRUM REV" button to move the carousel to the pocket has the required tool. Pressing "FUNC" + "LOAD TOOL" will load the tool aligned with the spindle into the spindle. It will return the tool of spindle to the carousel first, move the carousel to the tool which pocket was aligned with the spindle, then load that tool into the spindle. If the tool number at the current position is in the spindle, it will do nothing. Operator can see the tool number changing from tool management screen. ATC Maintain: If FX machine DATC arm stuck some place or spindle position, One should be able to use command to recover the ATC to home position. Procedure: 1. Move the carousel back to home position: Press "RESET" and " RESET ALARM" P.B, button to clear all alarm. Press "MDI" key on the operator panel. Press "PROG" key on the MDI panel. Press "MDI" soft key. Type "M186" Press "EOB" key on the MDI panel. Press "INSERT" key on the MDI panel. Close the front door. Press " CYCLE START" on the operator panel. Done. Caution: one can set the K6.1=1 to override cycle start reference Inhibit protection. One should change the K6.1=0 as soon as one recovered the ATC. 46
3.6.6 Z- AXIS
In the Jog mode Z- axis pushbutton is used for continuous axis jogging in the Z- direction. It is also used in the Handle mode for HANDWHEEL Z AXIS selection in which case both the Z+ and the Z- LEDs are ON.
3.6.7 A+ AXIS
In the Jog mode A+ axis pushbutton is used for continuous axis jogging of the A axis in the A+ direction. It is also used in the Handle mode for HANDWHEEL A AXIS selection in which case both the A+ and the A- LEDs are ON.
3.6.8 A- AXIS
In the Jog mode A- axis pushbutton is used for continuous axis jogging of the A axis in the A- direction. It is also used in the Handle mode for HANDWHEEL A AXIS selection where upon both A+ and A- pushbuttons are ON. NOTE The X-, Y-, Z+, and A+ LEDs are also ON in MEM or MDI mode when the corresponding machine axes are sent to their alignment position using G28 and also during the machine axes alignment sequence. The Y+ (not Y-) LED will be ON, on machines aligning with the table at the front of the machine.
3.6.9 RAPID OVERRIDE
RAPID O'RIDE can be operated simultaneously with any power feed pushbutton to produce rapid axis jogging, when the operator door is closed. If pressed in MEM or MDI modes (LED on) RAPID O'RIDE will reduce rapid rates by 50% during program execution. The rapid rate may be further reduced if it is used in conjunction with the FEED SELECTOR switch.
3.7 SPINDLE OPERATION
3.7.1 SPINDLE STOP
SPDL STOP causes an immediate spindle stop and is active at all times. If the machine is in cycle, a feed hold is also generated. NOTE The LED in this pushbutton is ON if the spindle is stopped during an AUTO CYCLE interrupt condition, to act as a reminder to restart the spindle before the cycle can be resumed.
3.7.2 SPINDLE CLOCKWISE
Manual Spindle Start Clock-Wise & Spindle Jog CW FUNC pushbutton must be pressed simultaneously with SPDL CW to execute program. SPDL CW provides dual functions, based on operating mode of control.
3.7.3 SPINDLE COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Manual Spindle Start Counter Clock-Wise & Spindle Jog CCW FUNC pushbutton must be pressed simultaneously with SPDL CCW to execute program. SPDL CCW, also, provides dual function, based on operating mode of control.
JOG MODE SPDL CW X
MDI, AUTO OR REMOTE MODE Jog Spindle in CW direction X Spindle Start in CW direction Jog Spindle in CCW direction X Spindle Start in CCW direction
1. Using the MPG Handwheel, raise the Z axis clear of the workpiece surface, and position the Edge Finder on the Y axis side of the workpiece. 2. Press the JOG pushbutton. 3. Using the axis direction pushbuttons position the edge finder near the lower edge of the work piece (Figure 6-3:). 4. Using a combination of the HANDLE x1, HANDLE x10, HANDLE x100 and the MPG Handwheel obtain contact with the work piece. 5. Type-in the current programme position from datum edge to spindle centreline e.g. Y+5 (Figure 6-3:). 6. Press the OFFSET MEASURE softkey (Figure 6-2:). 7. The value now contained in the Y axis table will be the distance from the machine co-ordinate to the datum edge.
6.1.3 Z - AXIS LOCATION
1. Using the MPG Handwheel, position the spindle nose to a setting gauge block of known height on top of the required datum in the Z-axis.
Workpiece surface Workpiece Surface
Figure 6-4: Z-Axis Location
2. Press the JOG pushbutton. 3. Using the axis direction pushbuttons, position the spindle nose near the gauge block on top of the work piece. 4. Using a combination of the Handle X1, Hanlde X10, Hanlde X100, and the MPG Handwheel obtain contact with the work piece. 5. Type-in the current programme position the spindle nose is above the workpiece e.g. Z4.0 (Figure 6-4:). 6. Press the OFFSET MEASURE softkey (Figure 6-2:). The value now contained in the Z axis table will be the distance from the machine coordinate to the datum edge and should be a negative Z-axis value (Figure 6-5:)
Figure 6-5: Work Coordinates Setting Screen
6.2 COPYING OFFSETS
When a multi-load fixture is in use on the machine and the distance between the various load stations is known, the Copy Offset feature can be used to reduce the offset setting time as follows: 1. Use the Component Datum Setting procedure (sections above) to set the initial position. 2. Using the cursor keys, highlight the offset just set (e.g. G54) (Figure 6-5:). 3. Press the COPY OFFSET softkey (Figure 6-5:). 4. Using the cursor keys move to the next offset to be used (e.g. G55) and press the PASTE G54 softkey.
Figure 6-6: Paste G54 Softkey
Now G55 has same offsets as G54. 5. Assume the next load position is 4.0 inch to the right - highlight the X offset on G55. 6. Type-in 8.0 inch and press the OFFSET ALTER softkey (Figure 6-6:); this will add 8.0 inch to the value that was in G55 X-AXIS. Repeat from step 2 for subsequent offsets. 6.3 GLOBAL DATUM SHIFT 1. It is useful when proving programmes to globally shift the Z-axis position in the positive direction. Using the EXT offset this can be done as follows: 2. Press the DATUM SET pushbutton. 3. Using the cursor keys move the cursor to the EXT Z offset.
Figure 8-2: Quick Cut Screen
The machine is now ready for use under manual or MDI control. 8.1 SPINDLE CONTROL Control the spindle as follows: 1. Press MDI pushbutton. 2. Press FUNC + SPINDLE CW or FUNC + SPINDLE CCW pushbuttons on the Operator Panel A to start spindle in the right direction. 3. Changing the spindle speed can be done in two ways: Without stopping the spindle in the MDI mode, by typing in the required spindle speed e.g. 400 and then pressing the SET SPEED soft key, the spindle speed will be immediately changed. The SPINDLE SPEED OVERRIDE selector switch can also be used to override the commanded speed within the range of 50 to 120%. 8.2 FEED CONTROL The operator can use the machine in JOG mode to manually feed a cutter across a workpiece, or simply to position a cutter to the start point of each maching pass across the workpiece. It may also be used to feed a cutter across a workpiece whilst performing a machining process. This requires the operator to keep the relevant AXIS 109
JOG pushbutton pressed, releasing the pushbutton will stop axis motion. Axis Jog pushbuttons X+, X-, Y+, Y-, Z+ and Z- may be selected in this mode. Axis motion is at AXIS JOG feedrate (not the selected Quick Cut feedrate) which may be modified by using the FEED OVERRIDE selector switch. Alternatively, the LOCK FEED function can be used. This feature allows a cutter to feed across a workpiece at the specified Quick Cut feedrate. 1. Press the MDI pushbutton. 2. Press FUNC +SPINDL CW or FUNC + SPINDL CCW pushbuttons to start spindle in the right direction. 3. Press the LOCK FEED softkey to change the screen display as shown below.
Figure 8-3: Feed Lock
4. Press the X+, X-, Y+, or Y- axis selection pushbutton for the desired feed direction. The selected feed is now locked, and the pushbutton need not be kept pressed. Axis motion is at the specified QUICK CUT feedrate which may be modified by using the FEED OVERRIDE selector switch. 5. Pressing any key on the keypad will terminate the axis feed. Terminating axis feed cancels the Lock Feed function. NOTE It is not possible to use Lock Feed in the Z-axis.
AICC is provided for high-speed, high-precision machining. This function improves acceleration/deceleration and servo response during the high-speed machining. Control can look ahead up to 40 blocks to execute smooth acceleration/deceleration over multiple blocks and higher machining speed and reducing profile error. The feature is primarily designed for Die and Mould applications where there is a high accuracy requirement and to overcome tool path control when generating sharp corners and small radii. 9.1 PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS AICC Enable Format:- G5.1 Q1 Rx where:Rxx provides the user with the option of selecting from 10 fixed settings (R1 R10) which contrast Tool Path Speed (feedrate) with Positioning Accuracy, i.e., G5.1 Q1 R1 G5.1 Q1 R2 G5.1 Q1 R3 G5.1 Q1 R4 G5.1 Q1 R5 G5.1 Q1 R6 G5.1 Q1 R7 G5.1 Q1 R8 G5.1 Q1 R9 G5.1 Q1 R10 -Positioning Accuracy has priority over Tool Path Speed R1-R2: Smoother axis motion. Improved accuracy. R3-R5: Die & Mould - roughing. R6-R8: Die & Mould - semi-finish. R9-R10: Best accuracy, finish, form & smooth axis motions. -Tool Path Speed and path accuracy have equal priority -Tool path speed has priority over Positioning Accuracy
TOOL MANAGEMENT 2006
6. Press [ TOOLLF ] softkey (this displays two of the tool groups) 7. Cursor controls to advance to the desired tool group. 8. Press [ OPRT ] softkey 9. Press [ EDIT ] softkey (this displays EDIT LIFE DATA screen for the selected group) 10. Cursor pushbuttons control to advance to the TYPE field. 11. Type [ 1 ] for usage count life or 2 for life in minutes. 12. Press INPUT keypad to confirm data entry. 13. Cursor pushbuttons control to advance to the LIFE field 14. Enter Tool Life (0200 = 2 minutes or 200 cycles of the part program) 15. Press INPUT keypad to confirm data entry The accumulated usage time in minutes or the accumulated usage count of the active tool is displayed in the COUNT field. NOTE The input of there Tool Life Limit by Time or by Usage Count to the active group (as above) overwrites the default setting of the Tool Life Limit by Time. 10.6 DELETE A TOOL To delete a tool from the selected Tool Life Group follow the procedure bellow: 1. Press MDI pushbutton on the operator panel. 2. Select OFFSET/SETTING keypad 3. Press [ + ] softkey on the LCD screen until [ TOOLLF ] softkey comes out. 4. If the "EDIT TOOL DATA" screen is present, but does not display the desired Tool Life Group, then: Press [ OPRT ] softkey (if present) Press [ END ] softkey 5. Press [ > ] softkey 6. Press [ TOOLLF ] softkey (this displays two of the tool groups) 7. Cursor pushbuttons control to advance to the desired tool group. 8. Press [ OPRT ] softkey
9. Press [ EDIT ] softkey (this displays EDIT LIFE DATA screen for the selected group) 10. Cursor pushbuttons control to advance to the selected tool to be deleted. 11. Press [ DELETE ] softkey 12. Press [ <CRSR> ]softkey Selected tool is deleted from the Tool Life Group. 10.7 DELETE ALL TOOLS To delete all the tools from the selected Tool Life Group follow the procedure bellow 1. Press MDI pushbutton on the operator panel. 2. Select OFFSET/SETTING keypad 3. Press [ + ] softkey on the LCD screen until [ TOOLLF ] softkey comes out. 4. If the "EDIT TOOL DATA" screen is present, but does not display the desired Tool Life Group, then: Press [ OPRT ] softkey (if present) Press [ END ] softkey 5. Press [ > ] softkey 6. Press [ TOOLLF ] softkey (this displays two of the tool groups) 7. Cursor pushbuttons control to advance to the desired tool group. 8. Press [ OPRT ] softkey 9. Press [ EDIT ] softkey (this displays EDIT LIFE DATA screen for the selected group) 10. Press [ DELETE ] softkey 11. Press [ GROUP ] softkey 12. Press [ EXEC ] softkey All tools are deleted from the selected Tool Life Group. 10.8 RESET TOOL LIFE EXPIRED STATUS FOR THE TOOL To reset Tool Life Expired status for selected Tool in the Group follow the procedure below: 1. Press [ MDI ] key on the operator panel.
2. Select OFFSET/SETTING keypad 3. Press [ + ] softkey on the LCD screen until [ TOOLLF ] softkey comes out. 4. If the "EDIT TOOL DATA" screen is present, but does not display the desired Tool Life Group, then: Press [ OPRT ] softkey (if present) Press [ END ] softkey 5. Press [ > ]softkey 6. Press [ TOOLLF ] softkey (this displays two of the tool groups) 7. Cursor controls to advance to the desired tool group. 8. Press [ OPRT ] softkey
9. Press [ EDIT ] softkey (this displays EDIT LIFE DATA screen for the selected group) 10. Cursor pushbuttons control to highlight tool identified with * in state column 11. Press [ STATE ] softkey 12. Press [ CLEAR ] softkey 10.9 RESET TOOL LIFE EXPIRED STATUS FOR ALL TOOLS To reset Tool Life Expired Status for all the Tools in the Group follow the procedure below: NOTE The Tool Group Life Expired LED is illuminated on operator control panel. The control screen displays alarm "TOOL GROUP EXPIRED". The illuminated LED and alarm occur: at the end of program if Usage Count is the life measure. During the machining cycle of the tool whose life expires if Cycle Time is the life measure. 1. Press MDI pushbutton on the operator panel. 2. Select OFFSET/SETTING keypad 3. Press [ + ] softkey on the LCD screen until [TOOLLF] softkey comes out. 4. If the [EDIT TOOL DATA] screen is present, but does not display the desired Tool Life Group, then: Press [ OPRT ] softkey (if present) Press [ END ] softkey
5. Press [ > ] softkey 6. Press [ TOOLLF ] softkey (this displays two of the tool groups) 7. Cursor pushbuttons control to advance to the desired tool group. 8. Press [ CLEAR ] softkey 9. Press [ EXEC ] softkey Asterisks (*) in the STATE column are removed. All tools in the group are given a full tool life period. 10.10 TOOL SKIP To skip a Tool from a Tool Life Group follow the procedure below: softkey operation in the EDIT LIFE DATA screen may be used to designate a tool as having no useful life, i.e.: 1. Press MDI pushbutton on the operator panel. 2. Select OFFSET/SETTING keypad 3. Press [ + ] softkey on the LCD screen until [ TOOLLF ] softkey comes out. 4. If the "EDIT TOOL DATA" screen is present, but does not display the desired Tool Life Group, then: Press [ OPRT ] softkey (if present) Press [ END ] softkey 5. Press [ > ] softkey 6. Press [ TOOLLF ] softkey (this displays two of the tool groups) 7. Cursor pushbuttons control to advance to the desired tool group. 8. Press [ OPRT ] softkey 9. Press [ EDIT ] softkey (this displays EDIT LIFE DATA screen for the selected group) 10. Cursor pushbuttons control to highlight tool identified with (*) in STATE column 11. Press [ STATE ] softkey 12. Press [ SKIP ] softkey.
MANUAL GUIDE I
11.1 MANUAL GUIDE I FUNCTION MGi pushbutton enables the CNC to enter the Manual Guide i mode. MANUAL GUIDE i is the operation guidance to support an operator on many situations such as creating a part program, checking by machining simulation, set-up and actual machining. These operations can be done on the only one screen. ISO code form is adopted as the part program format, it is widely used on many CNC machine tools, furthermore, machining cycles, which can realize complicated machining motions by simple programming, are provided.
Figure 11-1: Manual Guide i Screen
By using Manual Guide i, the operator can carry out routine machining easily. 1. Integrated operation screen that enables almost all routine machining operations A single integrated operation screen enables routine machining operations including machining program input/editing, animated simulation-based machining program checks, production machining, MDI operations, and manual operations with JOG and HANDLE. 2. Machining programs in ISO code format Using ISO code machining programs, which are in wide use, enables the operator to specify simple operations with simple commands, such as those for straight lines and arcs, and complicated machining operations with machining cycles easily.
3. High affinity with CAD/CAM ISO code machining programs created using CAD/CAM can be used without modification. Adding advanced machining cycles to these machining programs makes them perfect machining programs. They can be checked easily, using animated simulation. 4. Advanced machining program editing Using advanced editing functions, such as substring search and cut/paste via the clipboard, enables easy editing of machining programs. 5. Advanced machining using machining cycles (option) Advanced machining cycles are available which cover various types of machining including milling and turning. With these machining cycles, it is possible to perform complex machining by creating and running programs easily. 6. Fixed format program menu-driven simple program entry Register a series of frequently used machining operations previously as a menu, and select necessary machining operations from the menu when creating a machining program. This method can eliminate the trouble of entering similar machining operations repeatedly. 7. M code menu It is possible to input M codes easily by referencing explanations displayed in an M code menu. Machine tool builders can create the explanations easily. 8. Realistic animated simulation (option) Machining programs can be checked easily, using an animated simulation method that can realistically show what the surface machined with a specific type of tool tip is like. In addition, you can check a simulated workpiece as if you were looking at a real workpiece because the animated simulation method uses solid models for all operations, from milling to turning, for the workpiece. 9. Advanced set-up guidance (option) It is possible to set up machining operations and check the precision of machined workpieces easily, using an advanced set-up guidance function that can handle all measurements, from tool offset measurement to the measurement of workpieces in machine tools.
10. Supporting a wide variety of machine types including lathes and machining centers. In MANUAL GUIDE i, basically, only one screen called the All-in-one Screen is used for all the operations from trial machining to actual machining.
CNC status area
Status indicator window
Message window Soft keys Pop-up window Program window Key-in buffer
Figure 11-2: Screen windows and displays
1. Title area of MANUAL GUIDE i is always displayed. 2. CNC status area displays the following CNC statuses: Mode Alarm status Reset or emergency stop status Actual time 3. Status indicator window displays the following information: Actual machine position Remaining moving distance of the actual block Actual speed and load meter (for the axis with the maximum load) Spindle rotating speed and spindle load meter
Program number and process number Command values during automatic operation (M,S,T,F) 4. Graphic window displays the following graphical drawing: Animated drawing with a solid model (machining simulation) Tool path drawing 5. Program window displays the machining program. 6. Pop-up window displays the following supplemental screens: M-code menu Fixed format statement menu Set data (workpiece coordinate system, tool offset, fixed format statement registration) Program list Data input window for machining cycles 7. Key in buffer displays comments on data and input numerical data. 8. Message window displays the following messages: Meaning of the word which a cursor is allocated (Guidance Message) Meaning of Machine Cycle which is executing Content of Warning and Alarm 9. Soft keys displays the comments on the following soft keys: Editing operation menu Machining cycle menu Pop-up window menu
12.1 DATA I/O FUNCTION Data Input/Output screen displays list of programs that are stored in the CNC memory.
Figure 12-1: Data Input/Output Screen
Data Input/Output screen displays the CNC memory list of programs and memory card slot list of programs. Once the program is selected, contents of the program is displayed in the left box of the screen. It is possible to copy the program from CNC memory and paste it in the memory card slot and vise verse. 1. Select the program. 2. Press Copy softkey. 3. Paste the program in the desired memory window. To search for a program: 1. Input program number. 2. Select SEARCH softkey. 134
SOFTKEYS 9 SPEED AND FEED CALCULATOR 102 SPINDLE CLOCKWISE 58 SPINDLE CONTROL 109 SPINDLE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE 58 SPINDLE OPERATION 58 SPINDLE ORIENTATION 60 SPINDLE OVERRIDE 60 SPINDLE SPEED OVERRIDE 60 SPINDLE SPEED RANGE 59 SPINDLE STOP 58 T T/H/D ALIGNMENT CHECK 69 T-COMMAND (TOOL NUMBER) 44 TEST FUNCTION MODES 40 TOOL CHANGE ADDS D/H OFFSETS 70 TOOL CHANGE TYPE 72 TOOL CHANGER COMMAND 45 TOOL DIAMETER/RADIUS SETTING 85 TOOL LENGTH DIAMETER/RADIUS ADJUSTMENT 86 TOOL LIFE LIMIT SETTING 122 TOOL LIFE MANAGEMENT 118 TOOL LIFE MANAGEMENT ACCESS 121 TOOL LOAD MONITOR 73 TOOL MANAGEMENT 117 TOOL OPERATION 43 TOOL REL 43 TOOL SKIP 126 TOOL TYPE 76 TRIANGLE SOLVER 100 U USER PREFERENCE 67 W WATER RESERVOIR 3 WORKLIGHT 39 X X- AXIS 56 X - AXIS LOCATION 88 X+ AXIS 56 Y Y - AXIS LOCATION 90 Y- AXIS 57 162
Y+ AXIS 56 Z Z - AXIS LOCATION 91 Z - AXIS 57 Z+ AXIS 57
Quick start guide H-2000-6430-00-A
Workpiece and tool set up software for Fanuc controllers with GUI
Draft No. 4 circulated 8/05/06
for Fanuc controls 0i, 16i, 18i, 20i, 21i, 30i and 300i series
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Renishaw part no: H-2000-6430-00-A Issued: ****.2006
Introduction.... 3 Software cycles.... 3 Before using Renishaw software cycles... 3 Starting the Renishaw software.... 4 Using the software: an overview... 4 Selecting a screen option... 4 Moving between screens.... 4 Entering a cycle input value... 5 Moving between cycle inputs... 5 Using a typical cycle.... 5 Calibrating a probes stylus... 7 When to calibrate an inspection probe... 7 When to calibrate a TS27R tool setting probe.. 7 Selecting a calibration cycle.... 8 Calibrating an inspection probes stylus... 9 Calibrating a tool setting probes stylus... 9 Setting a workpiece.... 10 Selecting a workpiece set up cycle... 10 Bore setting.... 10 Boss setting.... 10 Web setting.... 10 Pocket setting.... 11 Edge setting.... 11 Z surface setting... 11 Corner setting.... 11 Levelling a 4th axis (when fitted)... 12 Tool setting..... 12 Selecting a tool setting cycle... 12 Tool length setting.... 13 Tool length and diameter setting... 13 Sequential tool length setting... 14 Random tool length setting.... 14 Broken tool detection (manual and automatic).. 14 Changing a tool.... 14 Configuring the software (when access is permitted).. 15 Selecting the software configuration screen... 15 Configuring controller settings.... 15
The effective cutting length is determined from one measurement, taken on the top of the tool setting stylus. The effective cutting radius is determined from a measurement taken on each side of the tool setting stylus. When the cycle runs, the tool is selected from the tool changer and is moved to the stylus, where the measurements are made. At the end of the cycle, the tool returns to the Z home position.
Sequential tool length setting
The sequential cycle is used to automatically set the effective cutting length of a range of tools in order. It can set the length of static on-centre tools only; off-centre tools cannot be set by this cycle. Before running the cycle, the numbers of the first and last tools to be set are defined. Tool changing occurs automatically as the cycle runs.
Random tool length setting
This cycle sets the effective cutting lengths of up to 10 tools in the order in which the tools are entered in the list. This means that a random sequence of tools (e.g. T1, T8, T4 and T2) can be set if required. The cycle can set the length of static on-centre tools only; off-centre tools cannot be set by this cycle. Tool changing occurs automatically as the cycle runs.
Broken tool detection (manual and automatic)
The manual and automatic check cycles are used to detect a broken or excessively worn tool. When a tool is found to be out of tolerance, the program raises a BROKEN TOOL alarm. The auto cycle allows a tool change to take place as the cycle runs.
Changing a tool
This section provides a brief description of how to select and use the tool change cycle. If you need more information about using a cycle, see Using the software: an overview on page 4.
TIP: Before running a manual cycle, use this tool change cycle to select the tool into the spindle to provide an active tool /offset. This is particularly important when running a cycle after the machine has just been powered up and a tool has not yet been changed into the spindle.
From the Renishaw splash screen (shown on page 4), press T-CHNG. The TOOL CHANGE screen is displayed. The tool change cycle can also be selected from the TOOL MEASURE screen.
Enter the number of the new tool.
Configuring the software (when access is permitted)
After default configuration values have been set for the first time as the software is commissioned, you are able to change them to suit the application provided you have been granted the necessary access status. This section provides a brief description of how to select a software configuration screen and then use each of the configuration options. If you need more information about using a screen, see Using the software: an overview on page 4.
Selecting the software configuration screen
From the Renishaw splash screen (shown on page 4), press the CONFIG soft key. The SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION screen is displayed.
Configuring controller settings
To choose this option from the SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION screen, press the SYSTEM soft key. Use this screen to configure parameters associated with the controller: TOOL OFFSET TYPE: Select the correct tool offset to suit the machine. You can choose from offset types A, B or C. Type A: One set of registers per tool offset number. Type B: Two sets of registers per tool offset number. They are geometry and wear registers. Type C: Four sets of registers per tool offset number. They are length geometry, length wear, radius geometry and radius wear. Default: C INCH OR METRIC UNITS Select the units to be used for measuring. This changes the units used for the setting data held in the P-code variables. All current setting data is automatically converted to the newly selected unit. Default: Metric
Configuring inspection probe settings
To choose this option from the SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION screen, press the PROBE soft key. Use this screen to configure following parameters associated with an inspection probe. IN POSITION ZONE This is the zone used for checking whether a probe open or probe fail condition exists. Default: 5 m FAST FEEDRATE This is the fast feedrate that is used when an inspection probe approaches the surface of the feature. Default: 3000 mm/min (118 in/min). BACK OFF DISTANCE This is a multiplication factor and does not have any units associated with it. The default value usually ensures that a cycle will run first time without generating a PROBE OPEN alarm. After running a cycle, the back-off distance may be optimised by gradually reducing the value while checking that cycles continue to run without causing a PROBE OPEN alarm. Default: 0.25 mm (0.01 in) 180 DEGREE ROTATION M-CODE This is the M-code number that activates the second spindle-axis orientation (180) position. Your application might not use the M-code method for spindle positioning. In this case, treat the setting as a flag to select the type of calibration method used, as follows: 0 This turns off the automatic centring feature during calibration.
(Any This turns on the automatic centring feature during value) calibration. There is no need to clock a ring gauge. Note that this entry may have been disabled (i.e. the calibration method has been is fixed). Default: 0 PROBE OFFSET NO. This defines the tool offset number that is assigned to the inspection probe. You should note that this entry fixes the tool offset register used for the probe whenever a workpiece set up cycle is run. If the tool pocket/offset is changed, the new offset register number must then be entered here. Default: 0
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