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CNC 8025 GP, M, MS
New Features (Ref. 0107 in)
ERRORS FOUND IN THE INSTALLATION MANUAL (REF. 9707)
Appendix "F" page 10. P621(7)
It is wrong, it should say:
P621(7) The M06 function executes the M19 function (0=Yes, 1=No)
Appendix "G" page 20. P621(7)
It is wrong, it should say:
P621(7) The M06 function executes the M19 function (0=Yes, 1=No)
MODIFICATIONS TO THE INSTALLATION MANUAL (REF. 9707)
Comparison table xii. Technical description. Inputs/Outputs.
Feedback inputs for rotary axes, it should say: W (GP), W (M), W (MG), W V (MS)
Comparison table xii. Technical description. Axis control.
GP M MG MS
Electronic threading. It should say x x x
Comparison table xii. Technical description. Others. Add fields
GP M MG MS
Open loop motors without servodrives................................x
Laser machines...................................................................... x x x
JIG Grinders........................................................................... x x x
Section 3.3.3 (chapter 3 page 15). P612(6). Another example:
Having a Fagor electronic handwheel (25 lines/turn) set as follows:
P612(3) = 0 Millimeters P612(4) = 0 and P612(5) = 0 Resolution: 0.001 mm.
P612(6) = 0 Multiplication factor x4
Depending on the position of the MFO switch (Manual Feedrate Override) the selected axis will move:
Position 1 1 x 25 x 4 = 0.100 mm per turn
Position 10 10 x 25 x 4 = 1.000 mm per turn
Position 100 100 x 25 x 4 = 10.000 mm per turn
MODIFICATIONS TO THE PROGRAMMING MANUAL (REF. 9701)
Section 6.30.4 (page 128). G76 Automatic block generation
If the new program to be created is to be sent to a PC (G76 N), the DNC communication must be enabled and, at
the PC, the "program management" "Digitizing Reception" option must be selected.
If it is not, the CNC will issue error 56.
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Version 7.1 (July 1996)
1. EXPANSION OF THE INTEGRATED PLC RESOURCES
1.1 INPUTS
1.1.1 AXIS BEING HOMED (REFERENCED)
Input I88 indicates whether a home search is taking place and inputs I100, I101, I102, I103 and I104 indicates which axis
is being homed.
I88 Indicates whether any axis is being homed (0=No / 1=Yes)
I100 Indicates whether the X axis is being homed (0=No / 1=Yes)
I101 Indicates whether the Y axis is being homed (0=No / 1=Yes)
I102 Indicates whether the Z axis is being homed (0=No / 1=Yes)
I103 Indicates whether the W axis is being homed (0=No / 1=Yes)
I104 Indicates whether the V axis is being homed (0=No / 1=Yes)
1.1.2 AXIS MOVING DIRECTION
Inputs I42, I43, I44, I45 and I46 will show, at all times, the moving direction of each axis.
I42 Indicates the moving direction of the X axis (0=Positive / 1=negative)
I43 Indicates the moving direction of the Y axis (0=Positive / 1=negative)
I44 Indicates the moving direction of the Z axis (0=Positive / 1=negative)
I45 Indicates the moving direction of the W axis (0=Positive / 1=negative)
I46 Indicates the moving direction of the V axis (0=Positive / 1=negative)
1.2 OUTPUTS
1.2.1 ENABLING THE CYCLE-START KEY VIA PLCI
With this feature it is possible to set the treatment of the [CYCLE START] of the CNC via PLCI. Machine parameter
"P627(7)" indicates whether this feature is available or not.
P627(7) = 0This feature is not available.
P627(7) = 1This feature is available.
When using this feature, the way the CNC handles the [CYCLE START] key depends on the status of PLCI output O25
(CYCLE START ENABLE).
O25 = 0 The CNC ignores both the [CYCLE-START] key and the external [CYCLE-START] signal.
O25 = 1 The CNC takes into account both the [CYCLE-START] key and the external [CYCLE-START] signal.
1.2.2 TRAVEL LIMITS SET VIA PLCI
With this feature, the travel limits of the axes may be set via PLCI. Machine parameter "P627(7)" indicates whether this
feature is available or not.
P627(7) = 0This feature is not available.
P627(7) = 1This feature is available.
To set the travel limits for each axis, use the following outputs:
O52 / O53 Positive / negative X axis limits
O54 / O55 Positive / negative Y axis limits
O56 / O57 Positive / negative Z axis limits
O58 / O59 Positive / negative W axis limits
O60 / O61 Positive / negative V axis limits
When the PLCI activates one of this outputs while the axis is moving in the same direction, the CNC stops the axes and
the spindle and it displays an axis-travel-limit-overrun error.
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1.2.3 DENYING ACCESS TO THE EDITOR MODE VIA PLCI
Machine parameter "P627(7)" indicates whether this feature is available or not.
P627(7) = 0This feature is not available.
P627(7) = 1This feature is available.
When using this feature, access to the editor mode at the CNC depends on the status of PLCI output O26, as well as
on the current conditions (protected memory, number of the program to be locked).
O26 = 0 Free access to the editor mode (it is protected by current conditions).
O26 = 1 Denied access to the editor mode.
1.2.4 SPINDLE CONTROLLED VIA CNC OR VIA PLCI
From this version on, the spindle analog output may be set either by the CNC or by the PLCI. Machine parameter "P627(7)"
indicates whether this feature is available or not.
P627(7) = 0This feature is not available
P627(7) = 1This feature is available
Setting the spindle analog output via PLCI
To do this, use the combination: M1956 - R156.
Register R156 sets the spindle analog output in units of 2.442 mV. (10 / 4095)
R156 = 0000 1111 1111 1111 (R1256=4095) = 10V.
R156 = 0001 1111 1111 1111 = -10V.
R156 = 0000 0000 0000 0001 (R1256=1) = 2.5 mV.
R156 = 0001 0000 0000 0001 = -2.5 mV.
In order for the CNC to assume the value allocated to register R156, one must activate mark M1956 as described
in the PLCI Manual (section 5.5.2. Writing internal CNC variables).
Spindle controlled either by the CNC or by the PLCI
The CNC may have two internal spindle analog outputs, that of the CNC itself and the one set by the PLCI.
Use PLCI output O27 to "tell" the CNC which one of them to output.
O27 = 0 Spindle analog output set by the CNC itself.
O27 = 1 Spindle analog output set by the PLCI (combination: M1956-R156).
1.3 READING INTERNAL CNC VARIABLES
From this version on, the PLCI and the PLC64 have access to more internal CNC information.
With the PLCI, there is no need to activate a mark to access this information. The CNC itself updates this information
at the beginning of each PLCI cycle scan.
With the PLC 64, the corresponding mark must be consulted every time a CNC variable is to be checked.
The CNC information now accessible is:
Real S in rpm (REG119 at the PLCI, M1919 at the PLC64)
Not to be mistaken with R112 which indicates the programmed Spindle speed (S).
It is given in rpm and in hexadecimal format. Example: S 2487 R119= 967
Number of the block in execution (REG120 at the PLCI, M1920 at the PLC64)
It is given in hexadecimal format. Example: N120 R120= 78
Code of the last key pressed (B0-7 REG121 at the PLCI, Not available at the PLC64)
Not to be mistaken with register R118 which also indicates the code corresponding to the last key pressed,
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When pressing a key, both registers have the same value; but data in R121 is only kept there for one cycle
the
scan whereas R118 keeps its value until another key is pressed .
When pressing the same key several times, (for example: 1111):
R121 will show code "1" four times (once per cycle scan).
R118 will always show the same value, thus not being able to tell whether the "1" key has been pressed once
or more times.
The key codes are listed in the appendix of the PLCI manual.
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Operating mode selected at the CNC (B8-11 REG121 at the PLCI, Not available at the PLC64)
B8 B9 B10 B11
0 0 0 0 Automatic
0 0 0 1 Single block
0 0 1 0 Play-Back
0 0 1 1 Teach-in
0 1 0 0 Dry-Run
0 1 0 1 JOG
0 1 1 0 Editor
0 1 1 1 Peripherals
1 0 0 0 Tool Table and G functions
1 0 0 1 Special modes
Status of the miscellaneous "M" functions (REG122 at the PLCI, Not available at the PLC64)
The status of each one of these functions is given by a bit and will appear as a "1" when active and "0" when inactive.
B15 B14 B13 B12 B11 B10 B9 B8 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B0
M19 M1 M30 M6 M5 M4 M3 M2 M0
2. RETRACE FUNCTION.
This feature is available on the following models:
CNC-8025M CNC-8025MG CNC-8025MS
CNC-8025MI CNC-8025MGI CNC-8025MSI
Machine parameter "P627(6)" indicates whether this feature is available or not.
P627(6) = 0 This feature is not available
P627(6) = 1 This feature is available
This function may be selected by the operator. To do this, activate:
On models without PLCI: pin 7 of connector A5.
On modelswith PLCI: PLCI output O47
Operation:
As the CNC executes motion blocks, it always stores the last 10 blocks already executed
Whenever it executes a block containing an M,S,T type function, the machining conditions change and the CNC
deletes those previously stored motion blocks.
When the retrace function is activated, the block currently in execution is interrupted and the retrace process
begins.
First to the starting point of the current block and, then, to that of the previously stored program blocks.
If all the stored blocks are executed, the CNC stops the machine until the retrace function is canceled.
When this function is canceled, the CNC interrupts the current movement (if any) and it executes all the retraced
blocks again. Once the interruption point is reached, the CNC resumes the execution of the program.
3. OPERATION WITH TWO MOTORS AND 3 AXES.
Machine parameter "P627(8)" indicates whether this feature is available or not.
P627(8) = 0This feature is not available.
P627(8) = 1This feature is available.
Operation:
The CNC permits using 2 motors to move 3 axes with the following conditions:
One of the axes shared by a motor must be the Z axis and the other one must be either the X or the Y axis.
Only interpolations between the X and Y axes are possible. The Z axis cannot be interpolated with any other axis.
It must be moved alone.
Example: To move the tool from "X0 Y0 Z0" to "X20 Y20 Z20", The CNC will make this move in two steps.
First, it will move the X and Y axes to X20 Y20 and, then, the Z axis to Z20.
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4. SPINDLE FOLLOWING ERROR DISPLAY WHILE IN M19
From this version on, when operating with spindle orient (M19), the CNC also shows the spindle following error on the
screen corresponding to the following error in Automatic and Single block modes.
The Following Error screen shows, in large characters, the amount of axis lag and, under it, the following information
line.
F 00000.0000 & 100 S 0000 % 100 T 00.00 S 0000.000
The last value of this line"S 0000.000" shows the amount of following error (lag) of the spindle when it operates in
spindle orient mode (M19).
5. GANTRY AXES NOT MECHANICALLY SLAVED
From this version on, depending on the setting of machine parameter "P629(8)", it is possible to work with two different
types of Gantry axes.
"P629(8)=0" Mechanically slaved Gantry Axes. As until now.
When being homed, both axes behave as a single axis. The CNC takes into account only the parameter
settings and feedback pulses of the main axis, the slaved one being just a follower of the main axis,
"P629(8)=1" Not-mechanically slaved Gantry axes.
When being homed, the two axes behave as separate independent axes. First the main axis is homed
and, then, the slaved one.
6. SHEETMETAL FORMING MACHINES
This feature is available on GP models.
To enable it, set machine parameter "P626(7)=1". The CNC enables functions M98 and M99 to control the X axis
positioning loop.
Function M98 opens the X axis loop and M99 closes it.
When the CNC executes an M30, it also closes the X axis positioning loop.
When operating in jog mode, the CNC enables he following keys to control the X axis positioning loop:
Executes an M98 opening the X axis loop.
Executes an M98 opening the X axis loop.
Executes an M98 closing the X axis loop.
Version 7.2 (April 1997)
1. SCREEN SAVER
The screen saver function works as follows:
After 5 minutes without pressing a key or without the CNC refreshing the screen, the screen goes blank. Press any
key to restore the display.
Machine parameter "P626(5)" indicates whether this feature is to be used or not.
P626(5) = 0This feature is not being used.
P626(5) = 1This feature is being used.
2. JOGGING FEEDRATE
If while in JOG mode, the conditional input (block skip), pin 18 of connector I/O1, the CNC does not allow entering a
new F value. Only the feedrate override (%) may be varied by means of the MFO switch.
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3. PARAMETRIC PROGRAMMING NEW FUNCTION: F34
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Function F34 returns the number of the tool being dealt with.
P27=F34 Parameter P27 takes the value of the new tool being dealt with.
This function must be used when working with a subroutine associated with the tool change.
When using it outside that subroutine, function F34 returns the value of "100".
Version 7.3 (March 1998)
1. PLCI. Input I87
While the CNC is threading (G84), PLCI input I87 is set to “1”.
Note: Input I97 indicates rigid tapping.
Version 7.4 (May 1999)
1. NEW MACHINE PARAMETER ASSOCIATED WITH THE M FUNCTIONS
Machine parameter "P629(7)" indicates when the M3, M4, M5 functions are sent out while accelerating or decelerating
the spindle.
2. CANCEL TOOL OFFSET DURING A TOOL CHANGE
From this version on, it is possible to execute a "T.0" type block inside the subroutine associated with the tool to cancel
the tool offset. This lets move to a particular position without the need for cumbersome calculations.
Only the tool offset may be canceled (T.0) or modified (T.xx). The tool cannot be changed (Txx.xx) inside the subroutine
associated with the tool.
3. DIVIDING FACTOR FOR FEEDBACK SIGNALS
Parameters P631(8), P631(7), P631(6), P631(5) and P631(4) are used together with P604(8), P604(7), P604(6), P604(5) and
P616(8) which indicate the multiplying factor to be applied to the feedback signals of the X, Y, Z, W, V axes respectively.
X axis Y axis Z axis W axis V axis
P604(8) P604(7) P604(6) P604(5) P616(8)
P631(8) P631(7) P631(6) P631(5) P631(4)
Indicate whether the feedback signals are divided (=1) or not (=0).
P631(8)=0, P631(7)=0, P631(6)=0, P631(5)=0 and P631(4)=0 They are not divided
P631(8)=1, P631(7)=1, P631(6)=1, P631(5)=1 and P631(4)=1 They are divided by two.
Example:
We wish to obtain a resolution of 0.01 mm with a squarewave encoders mounted on the X axis with 5mm pitch ballscrew
Nr of pulses = ballscrew pitch / (Multiplying factor x Resolution)
With P604(8)=0 & P631(8)=0 x4 multiplying factor Nr of pulses = 125
With P604(8)=1 & P631(8)=0 x2 multiplying factor Nr of pulses = 250
With P604(8)=0 & P631(8)=1 x2 multiplying factor Nr of pulses = 250
With P604(8)=1 & P631(8)=1 x1 multiplying factor Nr of pulses = 500
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Version 7.6 (July 2001)
1. G75 AFFECTED BY FEEDRATE OVERRIDE
From this version on, there is a new machine parameter indicating whether G75 is affected by the feedrate override or
not.
P631(1) = 0Not affected. It is always at 100%, like in previous versions.
P631(1) = 1It is affected by the Feedrate override.
2. FEEDBACK FACTOR.
From this version on, there is a new machine parameter to set the resolution of an axis having an encoder and a leadscrew.
P819 Feedback factor for the X axis P820 Feedback factor for the Y axis P821 Feedback factor for the Z axis
P822 Feedback factor for the W axis P823 Feedback factor for the V axis
Values between 0 and 65534. The “0” value indicates that this feature is not being used.
Use the following formula to calculate the “Feedback Factor” :
Feedback factor = (Gear Ratio x Leadscrew pitch / Number of Encoder pulses) x 8.192
Examples: Gear Ratio 1 1 2 1
Leadscrew pitch 5000 6000 6000 8000 (microns)
Encoder 2500 2500 2500 2500 (pulses/turn)
Feedback factor 16384 19660.8 39321.6 26214.4
The machine parameters only admit integer values and sometimes the “Feedback Factor” has decimals. In those cases,
assign the integer part to the machine parameter and use the leadscrew compensation table to make up for the decimal
part.
The values to be entered in the table are calculated with the following formula:
Leadscrew position = Leadscrew Error (microns) x Integer of feedback factor / decimals of the feedback factor
For example: Gear ratio = 1 Leadscrew pitch = 6000 Encoder = 2500
Feedback factor = 19660.8 Machine parameter = 19660
For a leadscrew error of 20 microns Leadscrew position = 20 x 19660 / 0.8 = 491520
Going on with the calculation, we come up with the following table.
Leadscrew position Leadscrew error
P0 = -1966.000 P1 = -0.080
P2 = -1474.500 P3 = -0.060
P4 = -983.000 P5 = -0.040
P6 = -491.500 P7 = -0.020
P8 = 0 P9 = 0
P10 = 491.500 P11 = 0.020
P12 = 983.000 P13 = 0.040
P14 = 1472.500 P15 = 0.060
P16 = 1966.000 P17 = 0.080
3. NEW MODEL
From this version on, the new model MLI is now available.
It offers the same features as the MGI model and it is sold together with the motors and ACS drives..
Headquarters (SPAIN): Fagor Automation S. Coop.
Bº San Andrés s/n, Apdo. 144
20500 Arrasate - Mondragón
Tel: +34-943-719200
Fax: +34- 943-791712
+34-943-771118 (Service Dept.)
www.fagorautomation.com
E-mail: [email protected]
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FAGOR 8025/8030 CNC
Models: M, MG, MS, GP
OPERATING MANUAL
Ref. 9701 (in)
ABOUT THE INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL
This manual is addressed to the machine operator. It describes how to operate with this 8025
CNC.
It includes the necessary information for new users as well as advanced subjects for those who
are already familiar with this CNC product.
It may not be necessary to read this whole manual. Consult the list of "New Features and
Modifications" which will indicate to you the chapters and sections describing them.
Consult the Comparison Table in order to find the specific features offered by your particular
CNC model.
There is also an appendix on error codes which indicates some of the probable reasons which
could cause each one of them.
Notes: The information described in this manual may be subject to variations due to
technical modifications.
FAGOR AUTOMATION, S.Coop. Ltda. reserves the right to modify the contents
of the manual without prior notice.
INDEX
Section Page
Comparison table for Mill Model FAGOR 8025/8030 CNCs ......................................... ix
New features and modifications ...................................................................................... xv
INTRODUCTION
Safety Conditions ........................................................................................................... Intr. 3
Material Returning Terms ............................................................................................. Intr. 5
Fagor Documentation for the 8025/30 M CNC .......................................................... Intr. 6
Manual Contents ............................................................................................................ Intr. 7
1. Overview.......................................................................................................................... 1
2. Front panel 8025/30 CNC ............................................................................................... 2
2.1. Monitor/keyboard for the 8030 CNC ............................................................................. 2
2.2. Control panel for the 8030 CNC ..................................................................................... 4
2.3. Monitor/keyboard/control panel for the 8025 CNC ...................................................... 5
2.4. Selection of colors ........................................................................................................... 7
2.5. Cancellation of monitor display ..................................................................................... 7
2.6. Function keys (soft keys) ................................................................................................ 7
3. OPERATING MODES ..................................................................................................... 8
3.1. 0 mode: AUTOMATIC (Continuous cycle) / 1 mode: SINGLE BLOCK ....................... 10
3.1.1. Execution of a program ................................................................................................... 10
3.1.1.1. Selection of the Automatic (0) Single Block (1) operating modes ............................... 10
3.1.1.2. Selection of the program to be executed ........................................................................ 10
3.1.1.3. Selection of the first block to be executed ..................................................................... 11
3.1.1.4. Display of the contents of the blocks ............................................................................. 11
3.1.1.5. Cycle Start ....................................................................................................................... 12
3.1.1.6. Cycle Stop ....................................................................................................................... 12
3.1.1.7. Changing the operating mode ........................................................................................ 13
3.1.2. Display modes ................................................................................................................. 13
3.1.2.1. Selection of the display mode ........................................................................................ 13
3.1.2.2. Standard display mode .................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.3. Current position display mode ....................................................................................... 15
3.1.2.4. Following error display mode ......................................................................................... 15
3.1.2.5. Arithmetic parameters display mode .............................................................................. 15
3.1.2.6. Subroutine status, clock and parts counter display mode .............................................. 16
3.1.2.7. Graphics display mode .................................................................................................... 17
3.1.3. Programming while running a program. Background .................................................... 18
3.1.4. PLC/LAN mode ............................................................................................................... 18
3.1.5. Verification and modification of the values of the tool offset table
without stopping the cycle ............................................................................................. 19
3.1.6. Tool inspection ............................................................................................................... 19
3.1.7. CNC reset ........................................................................................................................ 21
3.1.8. Display and deletion of the Messages sent by the FAGOR PLC 64. .............................. 21
3.2. Mode 2: PLAY-BACK .................................................................................................... 22
3.2.1 Selection of the operating mode PLAY-BACK .............................................................. 22
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3.2.2. Locking/Unlocking of memory ...................................................................................... 22
3.2.3. Deletion of a complete program ...................................................................................... 22
3.2.4. Change of program number ............................................................................................. 22
3.2.5. Display and search of memorized subroutines ............................................................... 22
3.2.6. Selection of a program .................................................................................................... 22
3.2.7. Creating a program .......................................................................................................... 23
3.2.8. Deletion of a block .......................................................................................................... 23
3.2.9. Copy a program ............................................................................................................... 23
3.3. MODE 3: TEACH-IN ....................................................................................................... 24
3.3.1. Selection of the operating mode TEACH-IN .................................................................. 24
3.3.2. Locking/Unlocking of memory ....................................................................................... 24
3.3.3. Deletion of a complete program ...................................................................................... 24
3.3.4. Change of program number ............................................................................................ 24
3.3.5. Display and search of memorized subroutines ............................................................... 24
3.3.6. Selection of a program .................................................................................................... 24
3.3.7. Program creation ............................................................................................................. 25
3.3.8. Deletion of a block .......................................................................................................... 25
3.3.9. Copy a program ............................................................................................................... 25
3.4. Mode 4: DRY RUN ......................................................................................................... 26
3.4.1. Execution of a program ................................................................................................... 26
3.4.1.1. Selection of the operating mode DRY RUN (4) ............................................................. 26
3.4.1.1.1. Selection of execution mode ........................................................................................... 28
3.4.1.2. Selection of the program to be executed ......................................................................... 29
3.4.1.3. Selection of starting block ............................................................................................... 29
3.4.1.4. Display of the contents of the blocks .............................................................................. 29
3.4.1.5. Cycle Start ....................................................................................................................... 29
3.4.1.6. Cycle Stop ....................................................................................................................... 29
3.4.1.7. Change of operating mode .............................................................................................. 29
3.4.1.8. Tool inspection ................................................................................................................ 30
3.4.2. Display modes ................................................................................................................. 30
3.5. Mode 5: JOG ................................................................................................................... 31
3.5.1. Selection of the JOG operating mode ............................................................................. 31
3.5.2. Search for machine reference axis by axis ...................................................................... 32
3.5.3. Presetting a coordinate value .......................................................................................... 32
3.5.4. Jogging the axes .............................................................................................................. 33
3.5.4.1. Continuous movement ..................................................................................................... 33
3.5.4.2. Incremental movement .................................................................................................... 34
3.5.5. Entering F,S and M ......................................................................................................... 34
3.5.5.1. Entering an F value ......................................................................................................... 34
3.5.5.2. Entering an S value ......................................................................................................... 35
3.5.5.3. Entering an M value ........................................................................................................ 35
3.5.6. Operation of the CNC as a readout ................................................................................. 35
3.5.7. Change of measurement units ......................................................................................... 36
3.5.8. Handwheel operation ....................................................................................................... 36
3.5.9. Display/Modification of RANDOM table ....................................................................... 37
3.5.10. Measuring and loading of tool offsets with a probe ....................................................... 40
3.5.11. Spindle operating keys .................................................................................................... 41
3.6. Mode 6: EDITING .......................................................................................................... 42
3.6.1. Selection of the operating mode EDITING(6) ................................................................ 42
3.6.2. Locking/Unlocking of memory and formatting of 512 Kb memory .............................. 42
3.6.3. Part-program directory .................................................................................................... 43
3.6.3.1. Deletion of a complete program ...................................................................................... 43
3.6.4. Change of program number ............................................................................................ 44
3.6.5. Display and search of subroutines stored in memory ..................................................... 44
3.6.6. Selection of a program .................................................................................................... 45
3.6.7. Creating a program .......................................................................................................... 45
3.6.7.1 Displaying the block contents ......................................................................................... 45
3.6.7.2. Unassisted programming ................................................................................................. 46
3.6.7.3. Modification and deletion of a block .............................................................................. 47
3.6.7.4. Assisted programming ..................................................................................................... 48
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3.6.7.5. Save a program being edited (only on models with 512 Kb of memory) ....................... 49
3.6.7.6. Copying a program .......................................................................................................... 49
3.7. Mode 7: PERIPHERALS ................................................................................................ 50
3.7.1. Selection of the operating mode PERIPHERALS (7) ..................................................... 50
3.7.2. Entering a program from the FAGOR cassette/recorder (0) ........................................... 51
3.7.2.1. Transmission errors ......................................................................................................... 53
3.7.3. Transferring a program to the FAGOR cassette recorder (1) ........................................... 53
3.7.3.1. Transmission errors ......................................................................................................... 54
3.7.4. Entering a program from a peripheral other than the FAGOR cassette/recorder (2) ..... 55
3.7.5. Transferring a program to a peripheral other than the FAGOR cassette/recorder (3) .... 55
3.7.6. FAGOR cassette’s directory (4) ...................................................................................... 56
3.7.7. Deletion of a FAGOR cassette program (5) .................................................................... 56
3.7.8. Interruption of the transmission process ......................................................................... 57
3.7.9. DNC. Communication with a computer .......................................................................... 57
3.8. Mode 8: TOOL OFFSETS AND ZERO OFFSETS G53/G59 ........................................ 58
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