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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS,SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, Preface, Safety precautions relating to the CNC unit in the remainder of this manual referred to simply as. the NC unit that is provided in this machine are explained below Not only the persons who. create programs but also those who operate the machine must thoroughly understand the. contents of this manual to ensure safe operation of the machine . Read all these safety precautions even if your NC model does not have the corresponding. functions or optional units and a part of the precautions do not apply . Rule, 1 This section contains the precautions to be observed as to the working methods and states. usually expected Of course however unexpected operations and or unexpected working. states may take place at the user site , During daily operation of the machine therefore the user must pay extra careful attention to. its own working safety as well as to observe the precautions described below . 2 Although this manual contains as great an amount of information as it can since it is not. rare for the user to perform the operations that overstep the manufacturer assumed ones . not all of what the user cannot perform or what the user must not perform can be fully. covered in this manual with all such operations taken into consideration beforehand . It is to be understood therefore that functions not clearly written as executable are. inexecutable functions , 3 The meanings of our safety precautions to DANGER WARNING and CAUTION are as. follows , Failure to follow these instructions could result in loss of life .
DANGER, Failure to observe these instructions could result in serious harm to a human. life or body , WARNING, Failure to observe these instructions could result in minor injuries or serious. machine damage , CAUTION,HGENPA0043E S 1, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. Basics, After turning power on keep hands away from the keys buttons or switches of the. operating panel until an initial display has been made . WARNING Before proceeding to the next operations fully check that correct data has been entered. and or set If the operator performs operations without being aware of data errors . unexpected operation of the machine will result , Before machining workpieces perform operational tests and make sure that the machine.
operates correctly No workpieces must be machined without confirmation of normal. operation Closely check the accuracy of programs by executing override single block and. other functions or by operating the machine at no load Also fully utilize tool path check . Virtual Machining and other functions if provided . Make sure that the appropriate feed rate and rotational speed are designated for the. particular machining requirements Always understand that since the maximum usable feed. rate and rotational speed are determined by the specifications of the tool to be used those. of the workpiece to be machined and various other factors actual capabilities differ from. the machine specifications listed in this manual If an inappropriate feed rate or rotational. speed is designated the workpiece or the tool may abruptly move out from the machine . Before executing correction functions fully check that the direction and amount of. correction are correct Unexpected operation of the machine will result if a correction. function is executed without its thorough understanding . Parameters are set to the optimum standard machining conditions prior to shipping of the. machine from the factory In principle these settings should not be modified If it becomes. absolutely necessary to modify the settings perform modifications only after thoroughly. understanding the functions of the corresponding parameters Modifications usually affect. any program Unexpected operation of the machine will result if the settings are modified. without a thorough understanding , Remarks on the cutting conditions recommended by the NC. Before using the following cutting conditions , Cutting conditions that are the result of the MAZATROL Automatic Cutting Conditions. WARNING Determination Function, Cutting conditions suggested by the Machining Navigation Function. Cutting conditions for tools that are suggested to be used by the Machining Navigation. Function, Confirm that every necessary precaution in regards to safe machine setup has been taken . especially for workpiece fixturing clamping and tool setup . Confirm that the machine door is securely closed before starting machining . Failure to confirm safe machine setup may result in serious injury or death . S 2, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, Programming, Fully check that the settings of the coordinate systems are correct Even if the designated.
program data is correct errors in the system settings may cause the machine to operate in. unexpected places and the workpiece to abruptly move out from the machine in the event. WARNING, of contact with the tool , During surface velocity hold control as the current workpiece coordinates of the surface. velocity hold control axes approach zeroes the spindle speed increases significantly For. the lathe the workpiece may even come off if the chucking force decreases Safety speed. limits must therefore be observed when designating spindle speeds . Even after inch metric system selection the units of the programs tool information or. parameters that have been registered until that time are not converted Fully check these. data units before operating the machine If the machine is operated without checks being. performed even existing correct programs may cause the machine to operate differently. from the way it did before , If a program is executed that includes the absolute data commands and relative data. commands taken in the reverse of their original meaning totally unexpected operation of. the machine will result Recheck the command scheme before executing programs . If an incorrect plane selection command is issued for a machine action such as arc. interpolation or fixed cycle machining the tool may collide with the workpiece or part of the. machine since the motions of the control axes assumed and those of actual ones will be. interchanged This precaution applies only to NC units provided with EIA functions . The mirror image if made valid changes subsequent machine actions significantly Use. the mirror image function only after thoroughly understanding the above This precaution. applies only to NC units provided with EIA functions . If machine coordinate system commands or reference position returning commands are. issued with a correction function remaining made valid correction may become invalid. temporarily If this is not thoroughly understood the machine may appear as if it would. operate against the expectations of the operator Execute the above commands only after. making the corresponding correction function invalid This precaution applies only to NC. units provided with EIA functions , The barrier function performs interference checks based on designated tool data Enter the. tool information that matches the tools to be actually used Otherwise the barrier function. will not work correctly , The system of G code and M code commands differs especially for turning between the. machines of INTEGREX e Series and the other turning machines . Issuance of the wrong G code or M code command results in totally non intended machine. operation Thoroughly understand the system of G code and M code commands before. using this system , Sample program Machines of INTEGREX e Series Turning machines.
1, S1000M3 The milling spindle rotates at 1000 min The turning spindle rotates at 1000 min 1 . S1000M203 The turning spindle rotates at 1000 min 1 The milling spindle rotates at 1000 min 1 . S 3, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, For the machines of INTEGREX e Series programmed coordinates can be rotated using. an index unit of the MAZATROL program and a G68 command coordinate rotate com . mand of the EIA program However for example when the B axis is rotated through 180. degrees around the Y axis to implement machining with the turning spindle No 2 the plus. side of the X axis in the programmed coordinate system faces downward and if the. program is created ignoring this fact the resulting movement of the tool to unexpected. positions may incite collisions , To create the program with the plus side of the X axis oriented in an upward direction use. the mirror function of the WPC shift unit or the mirror imaging function of G code command. G50 1 G51 1 , After modifying the tool data specified in the program be sure to perform the tool path. check function the Virtual Machining function and other functions and confirm that the. program operates properly The modification of tool data may cause even a field proven. machining program to change in operational status . If the user operates the machine without being aware of any changes in program status . interference with the workpiece could arise from unexpected operation . For example if the cutting edge of the tool during the start of automatic operation is present. inside the clearance including blank unmachined workpiece specified in the common unit. of the MAZATROL program care is required since the tool will directly move from that. position to the approach point because of no obstructions being judged to be present on. this path , For this reason before starting automatic operation make sure that the cutting edge of the.
tool during the start of automatic operation is present outside the clearance including. workpiece specified in the common unit of the MAZATROL program . If axis by axis independent positioning is selected and simultaneously rapid feed selected. for each axis movements to the ending point will not usually become linear Before using. these functions therefore make sure that no obstructions are present on the path . CAUTION, Before starting the machining operation be sure to confirm all contents of the program. obtained by conversion Imperfections in the program could lead to machine damage and. operator injury , S 4, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, Operations. Single block feed hold and override functions can be made invalid using system variables. 3003 and 3004 Execution of this means the important modification that makes the. corresponding operations invalid Before using these variables therefore give thorough. WARNING, notification to related persons Also the operator must check the settings of the system. variables before starting the above operations , If manual intervention during automatic operation machine locking the mirror image. function or other functions are executed the workpiece coordinate systems will usually be. shifted When making machine restart after manual intervention machine locking the. mirror image function or other functions consider the resulting amounts of shift and take. the appropriate measures If operation is restarted without any appropriate measures being. taken collision with the tool or workpiece may occur . Use the dry run function to check the machine for normal operation at no load Since the. feed rate at this time becomes a dry run rate different from the program designated feed. rate the axes may move at a feed rate higher than the programmed value . After operation has been stopped temporarily and insertion deletion updating or other. commands executed for the active program unexpected operation of the machine may. result if that program is restarted No such commands should in principle be issued for the. active program , During manual operation fully check the directions and speeds of axial movement .
For a machine that requires manual homing perform manual homing operations after. CAUTION turning power on Since the software controlled stroke limits will remain ineffective until. manual homing is completed the machine will not stop even if it oversteps the limit area . As a result serious machine damage will result , Do not designate an incorrect pulse multiplier when performing manual pulse handle feed. operations If the multiplier is set to 1000 times and the handle operated inadvertently axial. movement will become faster than that expected , S 5. BEFORE USING THE NC UNIT,BEFORE USING THE NC UNIT. Limited Warranty, The warranty of the manufacturer does not cover any trouble arising if the NC unit is used for its. non intended purpose Take notice of this when operating the unit . Examples of the trouble arising if the NC unit is used for its non intended purpose are listed. below , 1 Trouble associated with and caused by the use of any commercially available software.
products including user created ones , 2 Trouble associated with and caused by the use of any Windows operating systems. 3 Trouble associated with and caused by the use of any commercially available computer. equipment, Operating Environment, 1 Ambient temperature. During machine operation 0 to 50 C 32 to 122 F , 2 Relative humidity. During machine operation 10 to 75 without bedewing . Note As humidity increases insulation deteriorates causing electrical component parts to. deteriorate quickly , Keeping the Backup Data, Note Do not attempt to delete or modify the data stored in the following folder . Recovery Data Storage Folder D MazakBackUp, Although this folder is not used when the NC unit is running normally it contains important data.
that enables the prompt recovery of the machine if it fails . If this data has been deleted or modified the NC unit may require a long recovery time Be sure. not to modify or delete this data , S 6 E, CONTENTS. Page,1 MAZATROL PROGRAM CONFIGURATION 1 1, 1 1 Program Configuration 1 1. 2 PROGRAM COORDINATE SYSTEM 2 1,3 PROGRAM CREATION 3 1. 3 1 Procedure for Program Creation 3 1, 3 2 Common Unit 3 6. 3 2 1 Setting unit data common data 3 6, 3 3 Materials Shape Unit MATERIAL 3 8.
3 3 1 Setting unit data 3 8, 3 3 2 Setting sequence data 3 8. 3 4 Types of the Milling Unit 3 12, 3 4 1 Planes to be machined and machining methods 3 12. 3 5 Point Machining Units 3 15, 3 5 1 Types of point machining units 3 15. 3 5 2 Procedure for selecting point machining unit 3 16. 3 5 3 Unit data and automatic tool development of the point machining unit 3 17. 3 5 4 Automatic tool development for carbide drills 3 35. 3 5 5 New tapping auto setting scheme 3 36, 3 5 6 Tool sequence data of the point machining unit 3 41. 3 5 7 Tool path of the point machining unit 3 47, 3 5 8 Shape sequence data of the point machining unit 3 96.
3 6 Line Machining Units 3 116, C 1, 3 6 1 Types of line machining units 3 116. 3 6 2 Procedure for selecting line machining unit 3 117. 3 6 3 Unit data automatic tool development and tool path of the line machining. unit 3 118, 3 6 4 Tool sequence data of the line machining unit 3 157. 3 6 5 Shape sequence data of the line machining unit 3 160. 3 6 6 Precautions in line machining 3 161, 3 6 7 Automatic corner override 3 165. 3 7 Face Machining Units 3 167, 3 7 1 Types of face machining units 3 167. 3 7 2 Procedure for selecting face machining unit 3 168. 3 7 3 Unit data automatic tool development and tool path of the face machining. unit 3 169, 3 7 4 Tool sequence data of the face machining unit 3 214.
3 7 5 Precautions in face machining 3 220, 3 7 6 Override in case of the overall width cutting 3 230. 3 7 7 Shape sequence data of the line face machining unit 3 232. 3 8 Turning Units 3 257, 3 8 1 Types of turning units 3 257. 3 8 2 Procedure for selecting turning unit 3 257,3 9 Bar Materials Machining Unit BAR 3 259. 3 9 1 Setting unit data 3 259, 3 9 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 263. 3 9 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 269,3 10 Copy Machining Unit CPY 3 274.
C 2, 3 10 1 Setting unit data 3 274, 3 10 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 276. 3 10 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 278,3 11 Corner Machining Unit CORNER 3 279. 3 11 1 Setting unit data 3 279, 3 11 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 280. 3 11 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 282,3 12 Facing Unit FACING 3 283. 3 12 1 Setting unit data 3 283, 3 12 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 284.
3 12 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 286,3 13 Threading Unit THREAD 3 288. 3 13 1 Setting unit data 3 288, 3 13 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 291. 3 13 3 Setting sequence data 3 294,3 14 Grooving Unit T GROOVE 3 297. 3 14 1 Setting unit data 3 297, 3 14 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 300. 3 14 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 304,3 15 Turning Drilling Unit T DRILL 3 308.
3 15 1 Setting unit data 3 308, 3 15 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 309. 3 15 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 315,3 16 Turning Tapping Unit T TAP 3 316. C 3, 3 16 1 Setting unit data 3 316, 3 16 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 319. 3 16 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 321,3 17 Mill Turning Unit MILLTURN 3 322. 3 17 1 Setting unit data 3 322, 3 17 2 Setting tool sequence data 3 323.
3 17 3 Setting shape sequence data 3 325,3 18 Other Units 3 326. 3 19 Manual Program Machining Unit MANL PRG 3 327, 3 19 1 Setting unit data 3 327. 3 19 2 Setting sequence data 3 329,3 20 M Code Unit M CODE 3 331. 3 20 1 Setting unit data M code 3 331,3 21 Head Selection Unit HEAD 3 333. 3 21 1 Setting unit data 3 333,3 22 Workpiece Transfer Unit TRANSFER 3 334.
3 22 1 Setting unit data 3 334,3 23 Subprogram Unit SUB PRO 3 338. 3 23 1 Setting unit data 3 338, 3 23 2 Setting sequence data 3 339. 3 24 Add In MAZATROL Unit 3 341, 3 24 1 Setting unit data 3 341. 3 24 2 Setting sequence data 3 341, 3 24 3 Help function on Add in MAZATROL 3 342. C 4, 3 25 End Unit END 3 346, 3 25 1 Setting unit data 3 346.
3 25 2 Setting sequence data 3 350,3 26 Simultaneous Machining Unit SIMULTAN 3 351. 3 26 1 Procedure for calling up the SIMULTAN unit 3 351. 3 26 2 Setting unit data 3 351,3 27 Two Workpiece Machining Unit 2 WORKPC 3 352. 3 27 1 Procedure for calling up the 2 WORKPC unit 3 352. 3 27 2 Setting unit data 3 352,3 28 Coordinate Measuring Unit MMS 3 353. 3 28 1 Procedure for calling up the MMS unit 3 353. 3 28 2 Setting unit data 3 353, 3 28 3 Setting sequence data 3 353. 3 28 4 Type of measurement 3 355,3 29 Workpiece Measuring Unit WORK MES 3 358.
3 29 1 Procedure for selecting workpiece measuring unit 3 358. 3 29 2 Setting the unit data 3 358, 3 29 3 Setting the sequence data 3 359. 3 29 4 Selection of a measurement type 3 360, 3 29 5 Offset value and the direction of offset 3 369. 3 29 6 Offset judgment 3 373,3 30 Tool Measuring Unit TOOL MES 3 374. 3 30 1 Procedure for selecting tool measuring unit 3 374. 3 30 2 Setting the unit data 3 374, C 5, 3 30 3 Setting the sequence data 3 375. 3 30 4 Measuring patterns 3 376,4 PRIORITY FUNCTION FOR THE SAME TOOL 4 1.
4 1 Priority Machining Order 4 1, 4 2 Priority Machining Zone 4 4. 4 3 Editing Function and Input Method of Priority Numbers 4 6. 4 3 1 Input of priority numbers 4 6, 4 3 2 Assignment of priority numbers 4 7. 4 3 3 Change of priority numbers 4 8, 4 3 4 Deletion of all the priority numbers 4 9. 4 3 5 How to use the SUB PROG PROC END function 4 9. 4 4 Relation between the Subprogram Unit and the Priority Machining. Function 4 11, 4 5 Relation between the M Code Unit and the Priority Machining Function 4 12. 5 LOWER TURRET CONTROL FUNCTIONS 5 1, 5 1 Machining with the Lower Turret 5 1.
5 1 1 Independent machining with the lower turret 5 1. 5 1 2 Simultaneous machining with the upper and lower turrets 5 2. 5 1 3 Balanced cutting with the upper and lower turrets 5 6. 5 1 4 Simultaneous machining of processes 1 and 2 using the upper and lower. turrets optional 5 7, 5 2 Retraction of the Lower Turret 5 10. 5 3 Other Setup Items 5 12, 5 3 1 LTUR DIA in common unit 5 12. C 6, 6 TPC DATA SETTING 6 1, 6 1 Operating Procedure for Setting TPC Tool Path Control Data 6 1. 6 2 Description of Each TPC Data Item of Turning Unit and Measurement. Unit 6 4,7 PROGRAM EDITING 7 1, 7 1 Operating Procedures for Editing Programs 7 1. 7 2 Search 7 2, 7 3 Insertion 7 6, 7 4 Deletion 7 10.
7 5 Copy 7 14,8 PROGRAM CREATING EDITING FUNCTIONS 8 1. 8 1 Help Function 8 1, 8 2 Automatic Crossing Point Calculation Function 8 2. 8 2 1 Automatic crossing point calculation in the line and face machining units 8 2. 8 2 2 Automatic crossing point calculation function in the turning unit 8 6. 8 3 Automatic Cutting Conditions Setting Function 8 15. 8 4 Desk Calculator Functions 8 18, 8 5 Tool Data Window 8 19. 8 6 Tool File Window 8 20,9 SAMPLE PROGRAMS 9 1,10 THREE DIGIT G FORMAT 10 1.

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