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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #20 on: February 18, 2011, 12:34:14 AM »
Hi Dresda,

Thanks but I couldnt find those terminals (yet?)

The spindle drive is a Mitsubishi Diarol/DL-SCZ-22K-D  Serial W20133005-7803          Is that March 78?

Under the front cover the signal wires (maybe?) go to TB6 and TB5
TB6 has
Terminal   Wire
N12R        158
N12       
SET         SET
SRN         SRN
SRI          SRI
DEF         159
MAN        MAN
SRO       
FC           R11     LOOPS TO ZSI
FB           119
FA           120
ZSI          R11       LOOPS TO FC
Z32     128
VR1    N1
VR2      160
USC    250
USB     
USA          175
CDA
CDC


TB 5 HAS
SD5
OR3
OR2
OR1

Just as a joke it would be nice if I could plug my PC into USB javascript:void(0);

There is another connector con53 that has a few wires going to behind the top pcb.

None of the above means anything to me. Ill have a google search for a manual or schematic.

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #21 on: February 18, 2011, 01:02:06 AM »
Has anyone got a manual or schematic that can help me figure the pinouts for this spindle drive

Mitsubishi Diarol/DL-SCZ-22K-D  Serial W20133005-7803

On a Mori Seiki TL5 lathe with a Fanuc 2000 controller.  Either a schematic for the spindle drive, or schematic for the Fanuc control connected to it would be real helpful.

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #22 on: February 18, 2011, 03:39:26 AM »

Hood, you took out the motors and drives and put in new ones, was that because the old ones were dead or did you just want new ones, or was it getting too hard?

The drives and motors were like new, I reckon the lathe had done under 50Hrs total. It came out of a University in Hull, UK and had been used for testing the differences between CBN and Ceramic insert life. I found a paper on the net that detailed the tests and the results, was quite interesting :)

 There  were two reasons I didnt use them. First was that my friend bought the  drives and I bought the rest of the lathe, he has older CNC's that use HiAk drives so he wanted them as spares and the second reason was that when I did this there werent any devices like the  DSPMC about so no way to convert the Step/Dir of Mach to analogue for the drives. There were the pixie boards but they were seemingly a bit hit or miss whether they would work and also supply was patchy.

Pic below of inside of motor showing no signs of carbon from brushes, also a pic of the old drives and finally one of the old control panel without the slightest mark on it :)

Hood

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #23 on: February 18, 2011, 04:21:37 AM »
Wow hood, that was like brand new.  I will get some pictures of my beast.

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #24 on: February 18, 2011, 04:25:03 AM »
Look forward to them ;)
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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #25 on: February 18, 2011, 04:58:30 AM »
The guy that got my drives just came up with a manual for the spindle drive, its too big to attach so if you pm me your email address I will forward it.
Hood
Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #26 on: February 18, 2011, 06:07:10 AM »
Your old memory must be failing,Hood.ISTR I sold you the lathe less the drives and control. :D
For anyone who wants Mits manuals,go to www.meau.com and click on downloads then manuals.
If you are located outside of North America set the time zone on your computer to an American one first.
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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #27 on: February 18, 2011, 06:10:04 AM »
Its a wonder you can reember anything at your age ;)
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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #28 on: February 18, 2011, 06:51:06 AM »
I can remember how to spell remember anyway.
This is like taking sweeties from a wain. ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #29 on: February 18, 2011, 07:19:53 AM »
Wain, is that Weegie/fffb for wean?  And yes I have heard that is a favourite past time for Fifers.

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