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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #40 on: February 20, 2011, 07:24:46 PM »
Piv, its Mark (Gridley51) you need to thank, I only asked him if he had the manual as I know he has a lot for all the machines he has.

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #41 on: February 20, 2011, 07:29:23 PM »
Hi Hood and Gridley 51,  thanks, and thanks again.

For anyone else looking for a Mitsubishi Spindle Drive Manual or Diarol Manual or SCZ manual or SCZ schematic then go to www.meau.com and set your time zone to North American then you can download it.

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #42 on: February 20, 2011, 08:38:59 PM »
I have an electrica drawing from Nov, 1977, don't know if it's mori TL5, I bet it is. Control Ser # 393.
Ray.

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #43 on: February 21, 2011, 12:06:34 AM »
Hi Dresda,

That would be fantastic if it can be emailed.  I just PM you with my email.

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Re: Mori Seiki TL-5 TL5 Fanuc 2000 upgrade
« Reply #44 on: December 14, 2012, 12:48:22 AM »
Update on the TL5. Simon has been working on it and we now have X and Z axes moving, spindle turning and the tool turret indexing and most of the IO working. To give an idea of the work involved, Simon has been at it for 7 weeks full time. He is a Mechatronics engineer, new to Mach3 but I have been helping him out with lots of stuff. The big problem is the lack of complete documentation and working on a machine that has a had a few undocumented changes and repairs over the years, plus the whole Fanuc 2000 and spindle controller and drives are so old they are like they from a different planet the way stuff was done. Any way we are using the original Fanuc servo drives and Mitsubishi spindle drive. Currently we have issues with not seeing mpg input in mach3 (shows up as bit changes on the input lines in DSPMC status window) and figuring out a screen set to work with the existing hard switches on the old operator panel. Any help appreciated.