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Hi this is my 1st post on this site and i am only a newbie myself (1st year fitter machinest) so make sure you double check what i say with somebody else as i may be wrong. But as i have lernt  in a hurry is safty margins in programs they are especially handy when running a program for the first time as when your using a mill your playing with big $$$$.

So having said that if i was to write the program you have written it would be somthing like this.

GO G91 G40 G49 G80 G17 G28 ZO ( THIS LINE IS THE FIRST LINE I USE FOR EVERY PROGRAM IT CANCELLS ALL OFF SETS AND MAKES SURE THE SPINDLE ITS AT Z 0 )
T1 M6 H1 ( THIS LINE WILL SELECT YOUR TOOL GIVE THAT TOOL A HEIGHT AND MAKE SURE YOUR USING TOOL 1 (M6 = TOOL CHANGE)
S8000 M3 M8 ( THIS WILL GIVE YOUR TOOL A SPEED, A DIRECTON OF ROTATION AND TURN COOLANT ON)
G20 G40 (YOU SHOULDNT NEED THIS LINE ANYMORE AS IT IS COVERED IN MY FIRST LINE)
G00 G90 X0 Y0 (RAPID IN ABSOLUTE TO THE DATUM POINT)
G00 Z 0.075 X1 Y-1( IN THIS LINE I WOULD STOP AT Z 5.0 AND FEED FROM 5 MM ABOVE THE JOB I WOULD ALSO ADD M1 (WHICH IS OPTIONAL STOP) WHEN PROVING A PROGRAM THIS IS MAY SAVE A TOOL A JOB OR A MACHINE. BY STOPING 5MM ABOVE THE JOB YOUR ALLOWING FOR INCORRECT TOOL HEIGHT)
G01 Z-0.25 F10 (THIS LINE IS GOOD)

AT THE END IT WOULD BE SOMTHING LIKE


G0 Z5.0 (RAPID OUT OF THE JOB TO 5MM ABOVE THE JOB)
M5 M9 (SPINDLE STOP, COOLANT OFF)
G91 G28 YO Z0 (CAHNGE TO INCREMENTAL, REFERANCE POINT RETURN ON Z AND Y AXIS) (ALWAYS RETURN Z FIRST)
G49 (TOOL LENGTH OFFSET CANCEL , PROBERLY NOT NEEDED HERE BUT GOOD PRACTISE)
M 30 ( END PROGRAM PROGRAM RESET)
M30

Everyone has there own programing style and theres no reason why something else wouldnt work just as well as this.  I also realize a lot of people dont have tool changers etc but if your trying to learn programing its proberly good practise to put it in. Hope this is helps.

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General Mach Discussion / what motor is this
« on: April 06, 2008, 06:27:54 AM »
Hi guys just wondering if somebody can identify this motor below is all the info i have on it.


BRUSHLESS DC SERVO MOTORS 24VOLT 10AMP

HIGH TORQUE OUT-RUNNER DESIGN

THESE MOTORS ARE EXTREMLY HIGH QUALITY SERVO MOTORS OUT OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES

THEIR DIMENSIONS ARE 105mm IN DIAMETER AND 80mm IN LENGTH WEIGHT 1.5Kg, THEY MAYBE MOUNTED BY JUST ONE END OR BY BOTH ENDS. THE MAIN BODY IS THE ROTATING ELEMENT HENCE THE NAME "OUT RUNNER"

THEY HAVE THE CONVENTIONAL 3 PHASE WIRING AND ALSO HAVE HALL EFFECT SENSORS. THEY HAVE BEEN TESTED ON BOTH SERVO AMPLIFIERS WITH HALL EFFECT SENSORS, AND ON MORE SIMPLE RADIO CONTROL SENSORLESS CONTROLLERS.

DUE TO THEIR HIGH TORQUE DESIGN THEY ARE WELL SUITED FOR MILL OR xyz TABLE APPLICATIONS


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