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NC TURRET PUNCH PRESS OPERATOR'S MANUAL

Copyright 1998 by Amada Engineering & Service Co., Inc. 14921 East Northam Street, La Mirada, CA 90638

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FOREWORD

This manual has been prepared to acquaint you with the installation, operation and maintenance procedures of your Amada machine. We urge that you read this manual carefully for a thorough understanding of the equipment and for trouble-free operation of the machine. In addition to this manual, you may also refer to the Tooling Manual and to the Programming Manual. As Amadas policy is one of continuous development of each type of --machine, this manual, though completely up to date when issued, is subject to change without notice.

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Please enter the serial number of your machine in the space above. When consulting with Amada,be sure to provide the machine model and serial number.

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CONTENTS
SECTION 1 - MACHINE DESCRIPTION TABLE.........-.........................................l-2 CARRIAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 CLAMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r..........: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-2 X-GAUGE BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 2 TURRET ................................................l- 3 WORK HOLDERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 3 STRIKER..~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !. . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 3 INDEX PINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 3 WORK CHUTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 4 TOOL BALANCER . . . . . . .: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 4 PRESS MOTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :;. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 5 CLUTCH AND BRAKE (EXCEPT PEGA KING) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 5 HYDRAULIC UNIT (EXCEPT PEGA KING). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 5 CLUTCH AND BRAKE (PEGA KIN~G ONLY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 6 SAFETY DEVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 7

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SECTION 2 - INSTALLATION PLACEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - l AIR SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 2 ELECTRICAL POWER CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 2

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SECTION 3 - CONTROLS NC UNIT CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONTROL PANEL A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:. . . . CONTROL PANEL B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TOOL BALANCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,OTHER INDICATOR LAMPS (EXCEPT PEGA KING) . . . . . . . . . . OTHER CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-l 3-13 3-14 3-16 3-17 3-19 3-19

CRT ,D ISPLAY Status characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 0 Inputdata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..3-2 1 Program and sequence numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 2 Alarm..................~.............;..~...............3-2 2 Position data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 3 :Commanddata............................................3-2 5 Program data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 7

SECTION 4 - OPERATION PREPARATION.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-l AUTOMATIC OPERATION TAPEmode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...4-2 MEMORY mode.. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 MDI (Manual data input) mode ,..............................4 - 6 OPERATION INTERRUPTS . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 PROGRAM CHECK Program tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Programs stored in memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Program errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Program check end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . PROGRAM REGISTRATION AND DELETION Registering program tape data in memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adding tape program to existing programs in memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Entering programs from NC control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . Program deletion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deletion-of all programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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4-12 4-13 4-13 4-l 5 4-l 5

SEQUENCE NUMBER SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 6 PROGRAM NUMBER SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 7 PROGRAM EDITING Editing procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 8 Scanmethod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 8 Word search method. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 9 Return to program start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 0 Word insertion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21 Word alteration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 2 Insertion/alteration of multiple words 0: blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 3 Worddeletion.............................................4-2 4 Deleting words up to EOB (;) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 4 Deleting multiple blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 4 Memoryrearrangement . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 5 \ INCH-ME?;RIC SELECTION Selection by setting data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 6 SelectionbyGcode.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..4-2 6 , MACRO MEMORY SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 7 MULTIPLE PART PUNCHING .PROGRAM SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 7 BENDING COMPENSATION (G94) DATA SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 7 DISPLAY/SETTING OF TOTAL NUMBER OF TOOL OPERATIONS Display...........................................:......4-29 Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...4-29

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ALARM MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 3 3 Program and operation errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 3 4 Ovenravel..............................~.................4-4 1 Errors in servo system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 3 Faulty PC boards, cables, etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 6 Control system and motor overheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 6 Memory errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 7 Other errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . 4 - 4 8 NC STATUS DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-49 DISPLAY/SETTING OF RUNNING TIME Display . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . :. . . . . . . . . 4-51 Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...4-52

SECTION !i - MAINTENANCE MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE Daily maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-l Monthly maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 Replacement of hydraulic oil and line filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . 5-5 Shear plate replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 LUBRICATION Daily lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7 Periodic lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8 ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13 NC UNIT MAINTENANCE Tape reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-l 4 Air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .; . . . 5 - 1 4 SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15 .

ACCESS0 R IES PNEUlvlATIC X-GAUGE BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WORK PUSHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WORKP(ECE/SCRAP SEPARATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TAPPING UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HYDRAULIC WORK CLAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PUNCH ASSEMBLY JIG SET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUTO-INDEX DEVICE . . . .:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TAPE PUNCH INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-l 6-l 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-6

SECtION 1 -. MACHINE DESCRIPTION

TABLE..................................................l- 2 CARRIAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 2 CLAMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 2 X-GAUGE BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 2 TURRET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..l- 3 WORK HOLDERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 3 STRlKER................................................l- 3 INDEX PINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 3 WORK CHUTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 4 c T O O L BALANCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 4 -PRESS MOTOR . . . . . . . .:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 5 CLUTCH AND BRAKE (EXCEPT PEGA KING) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 5 HYDRAULIC UNIT (EXCEPT PEGA KING). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-5 CLUTCH AND BRAKE (PEGA KING ONLY) . . . .:. . . . .;. . . . . . . l - 6 SAFETY DEVICES. . . . . . . . . . . . .:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l - 7

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SECTION 1 - MACHINE DESCRIPTION


The Amada Turret Punch- Press is equipped with a Numerical Control (NC) system in which three driving axes are simultaneously controlled by three DC sen/o motors. The NC system decodes the input command and the corresponding instruction is transmitted to DC servo motors which drive the table and the carriage to position the worksheet for punching. At- the same time, the-turret is driven by a DC servo motor to select the desired tool. Upon completion of these operations, punching is performed.

CRANK POSITION INDICATOR *TOOL BALANCER CONTROL PANEL 3

CARRIAGE I OTHER. INDICATOR

WORK HOLDER

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FOOT SWITCH

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*Standard equipment on the VELA II with thick turret, the COMA series and the PEGA KING.

TABLE
The table, which consists of a center table and two side tables, supports the worksheet. The side tables are driven by a DC servo motor and slide smoothly along guide bars with the aid of linear motion bearings. Freemotion bearings have been placed on both the center and side table surfaces in order to ensure smooth movement of the worksheet.

CARRIAGE
The carriage is driven by a DC servo motor and moves the worksheet along the X-axis.

CLAMPS

The clamps are attached to the carriage, and hold the worksheet during punching. Clamping and unclamping are accomplished in a convenient one-touch operation by a foot switch. The clamps can be relocated by simply loosening the clamp-lever. There are four air connectars on the carriage so that the clamps can be connected to the air supply regardless of their position. ,

X-GAUGE BLOCK
The X-gauge block is used to determine the zero point (the origin) along the X-axis when securing the worksheet with the clamps. The zero .point along the Y-axis is determined by pushing the worksheet up against the two clamps while they are open. The X-gauge block is equipped with an interlock mechanism for safe operation. While the X-gauge block remains elevated, operation will not begin. NOTE: When the worksheet is too narrow to use the X-gauge block, use the locator pin (standard accessory). Be sure to remove the pin after the zero point of.the worksheet has been set.

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TURRET
The turret selects the desired tool quickly by automatically rotating in either direction for the shortest index time. It is a triple track turret, and is driven by a DC servo motor.

WORK HOLDERS
Two work holders secure the worksheet while the automatic repositioning function is operating. This function is used when the clamp positions must be changed in order to punch beyond the normal punching range or to punch positions too close to the clamps.

STRIKER
The striker moves to one of the three available tracks (inner, center or outer) and strikes the punch. The-striker is moved to the proper track by air pressure.

INDEX PINS
The index pins lock the turret in position during the punching operation. Two index pins are used, one each for the upper and lower turrets.

WORK CHUTE
The work chute drops small workpieces or scrap down through the window [2OO mm x 200 mm (7.8 x. 7.891 cut into the table, The window is opened and closed by program instruction. When M80 is programmed the window is opened, and when M81 is programmed the window is closed. NOTE: The work chute is optional equipment on the PEGA model. (I, ,i: L

TOOL BALANCER
Due to the weight of punch sets of 3-l/2 inches and more in diameter, it may be difficult to change them. The tool balancer supports the weight of large punch sets so that they may be . changed easily. NOTE: The tool balancer is \optional equipment on the PEGA model, and not available for thin turret machine.

PRESS MOTOR
A three-phase induction motor is used as the press motor. This motor drives the flywheel, which generates the force required to-punch the worksheet.

CLUTCH AND BRAKE (EXCEPT PEGA KING)


The clutch and brake are the most important parts of the press. The torque of the fl,ywheel is transmitted to the crankshaft &hen the clutch is engaged and the brake is released. The clutch and brake are actuated by hydraulic pressure. These two units work in combination, and are cooled and lubricated by an oil bath to provide quiet operation and long service life. .

HYDRAULIC UNIT (EXCEPT PEGA KING) ,


The hydraulic unit serves as a power source for both the clutch and brake. It consists of high and low oil-pressure lines. The high-pressureline is used to activate the clutch and brake, and the low-pressure line to cool and lubricate these units. :

BRAKE PLATE PRESS MOTOR

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CLUTCH AND BRAKE (PEGA KING ONLY) The clutch and the brake are the most important parts of the press. The torque of ?he flywheel is instantly transmitted to the crankshaft when the clutch is engaged and the brake is released. The clutch and the brake are actuated by air pressure.

PRESS MOTOR

CLUTCH

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SAFETY DEVICES

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OVERRIDE DETECTION (CLAMP PROTECTION) This machine is designed so that the clamps can actually enter between the upper and lower turrets. This feature minimizes the area in which punching cannot be done. A detector moniters the clamp positions. If a clamp is in danger of being punched, the detector interrupts the pun&ng operation and the OVERRIDE light comes on.

OVERLOAD PROTECTION (Press Mechanism) When an overload is imposed on the shear plate, which is built into the triple track striker, the shear plate will break, protecting the press mechanism. Replace the broken shear plate according to the procedure on page 5-6.

OVERLOAD PROTECTION (DC Se& Motor) If a fault (overloading or other malfunction) occurs in the DC servo system, an alarm number will appear on the CRT, and the machine will stop immediately.

OVERTRAVEL PROTECTION If either the carriage or the table moves beyond its maximum range, one of the limit switches at both ends of the X- and Y-axes will activate. The machine will then stop immediately and the overtraveled axis will be shown on the CRT.

OVERTRAVEL PRECHECK During a TAPE, MDI (Manual Data Input) or MEMORY operation, an instruction causing overtravel may be ,detected by calculations within the NC (Numerical Control) unit before the overtravel actually occurs. In this case, the NC system treats the overtravel calculation as an error in the program and an alarm message will be displayed on the CRT.

CRANK OVERRUN DETECTION . When the crank does not stop exactly at top dead center, the TOP DEAD CENTER light will not come on, and the machine will go t.o an emergency stop status immediately.

TOOL CHANGE DOOR INTERLOCK When -the tool change door is opened, the-TOOL CHANGE DOOR light will come on. The machine will not start unless the tool change door is closed.

INDEX PIN AND STRIKER POSITION CHECK The machine will not punch if either the striker fails to move to the proper track or the both index pins do not enter into lower and upper turret index pin holes.

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UNCLAMPING PROTECTION During automatic operation, the clamps will not open even if the foot switch is accidentally pressed. However, when either the PROGRAM STOP light or the OPTIONAL STOP-light is on, this function is ineffective.

X-GAUGE BLOCK INTERLOCK When the X-gauge block is raised, the X-GAUGE BLOCK light will come on. The machine will not start unless the X-gauge block is lowered.

STRIPPING MISS DETECTION If punch retraction is delayed due to its wear or improper clearance, the STRIPPING MISS light will come on, and the machine operation will stop.

TOOL CHANGE SWITCH When this switch is turned to ON, the press motor will stop and both X- and Y-axes will be locked. The turret can be rotated.in the MANUAL mode for tool replacement.

LOW AIR PRESSURE DETECTION If the air pressure falls below approx. 3.0 kg/cm2 (43 psi), the press motor will stop and all operations will cease.

EMERGENCY STOP BUTTCN The EMERGENCY STOP button is located on the NC unit. It immediately stops $1 operations of this machine.

ABNORMAL HYDRAULIC OIL DETECTION (except PEGA KING) When oil pressure drops below the specified value or oil temperature rises abnormally, the machine will come to an emergency stop.

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SECTION 2 - INSTALLATION
PLACEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - l AIR SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... ..2- 2 ELECTRICAL POWER CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 2

SECTION 2 - INSTALLATION
i i ..,:,When your machine is delivered, an AMADA service engineer will be sent to your facility. Installation of the machine should be accomplished in accordance with his instructions.

PLACEMENT
The foundation ~for the machine must be constructed of concrete and must be level, as specified in the foundation plan provided by AMADA. In addition to the foundation plan requirements, extra space is required for the following: working area, tool storage, and . installation of the NC unit and air compressor. Should there be other machinery producing vibration or dust near this machine, extra precautions must be taken to isolate the machine and the NC unit. Also, should there be nearby machinery producing electrical interference (such as a welder, drill, or sander),: keep the NC unit at least 2 to 3 meters (7 to 10 ft) away from it. The machine electric power source must be grounded, and separate from that of equipment which may produce electrical noise. Attach the sling wire ropes to the four ribs located on the upper machine, frame after confirming the machine weight. Balance the machine and lift it slowly and carefully. To lift the NC unit, attach the wire rope slings to the four hooks. Balance the unit and lift it slowly and carefully.

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AIR SUPPLY
It is necessary to supply clean, dry air to this machine. When in use, it requires 80 Q (2.8 ft3 1 of air per minute. The line pressure must be more than 5.0 kg/cmi (70 psi) and the air hose or pipe must have an inside diameter of at least l/4. On the model PEGA 30 40 50 KING, it requires 2,OOOQ (71 ft3) of air per minute at a pressure of more than 5.7 kg/cm2 (80 psi) and the air hose or pipe must have an inside diameter of at least 3/4. A smaller size will cause a decrease in air pressure. The distance between the compressor and the machine should be as short as possible in order to obtain maximum pressure efficiency. NOTE: If piping length is greater than 5 meters (169, use air hoses or pipes of at-least 3/8 diameter (except PEGA KING). .

ELECTRICAL POWER CONNECTION


A threephase power cable with a capacity of at least 17 KVA must be used. On the model PEGA 30 40 50 KING, a cable with a capacity of at least 15 KVA must be used. Connect it to the input side terminals of the circuit breaker (NFB), located in the electrical enclosure. Connect a ground cable to the ground terminal in the enclosure. Turn the machine on and check that the press motor is rotating in the cor.rect direction. If the press motor rotates in the reverse direction, interchange any two phase connections of the power cable at the circuit breaker. CAUTION: To protect personnel against injury and the machine against possible damage, ensure that all electrical work is done by a qualified electrician.

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SECTION 3 - CCNTROLS
NC UNIT CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONTROL PANEL A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONTROL PA N E L 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TOOL BALANCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3-l 3-13 3-14 3--16 3-17 OTHER INDICATOR LAMPS (EXCEPT PEGA KING) . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1 9 OTHER CONTROLS . . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1 9 CRT D,lSPLAY Status characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 0 Inputdata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..3-2 1 Program and sequence numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 2

iAlarm...................................................3-2 2 Position data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 3 Commanddata..........................~.................3-2 5 Program data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 7

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SECTION 3 - CONTROLS
NC UNIT CONTROL PANEL

1. tic POWER ON BUTTON Push this button to turn the NC unit on. The circuit breaker (84) must be on before pushing this button.

2: NC (POWER OFF BUTTON Push this&button to turn the NC unit off. I 3. CRT The CRT displays operating, programming, and troubleshooting data. 4. ABWNC B U T T O N This button selects the coordinate value mode of the X- and Y-axes (absolute or incremental) during MDI (Manual Data Input) mode operation. ABS or INC will be displayed on the lower right corner of the CRT. When the NC power is turned on, ABS will be displayed on the CRT.

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5. CURSOR BUTTONS These buttons control the position of the cursor on the CRT. When the t- button is push-s- button is pushed, the cursor will move downed, the cursor will move upward; when the __ ward. The cursor will continue to move as long as either button is pushed.

8. PAGE BUTTONS The data displayed on the CRT is in page format. These buttons select the desired page num7 ber. When the __._. button is pushed, the data will back up one page number. W-hen the -i- button is pushed, the data will advance one page number. The pages will continue to -. change as long as ehher button is pushed. ..

7. ADDRESS KEYS These keys enter data addresses (alphabetic).

8. DATA KEYS These keys enter numerical data.

9. READ BUTTON This button enters program tape data into the NC memory.

10. PUNCH BUTTON This button outputs NC memory data to program tape when the customers tape puncher is connected to the tape punch interface of the NC unit.

11. INPUT BUTTON This button enters address and numerical data in the MDI mode.

12. START BUTTON . This .buttqn starts machine operation in the TAPE, MEMORY, or MDI mode. This button has the same function as START buttons (461, (651, and (70).

13. RESET BUTTONThis button has the following functions: I (a) Resets alarm condition. (b) Clears MDI (Manual Data Input) data. (cl Displays LSK (labek skip). IMPORTANT: If this button is pushed during machine operation, the data registereh in the operating memory will be erased. When restarting the machine, be sure to return both X- and Y-axes to their origins and start at the beginning of the program.

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14. ORIGIN BUTTON This button resets the X- and Y-axis displayed coordinate values to their origins.

15. EDIT BUTTONS These three buttons edit the contents of programs registered in memory. A L T E R - ilrlodifies data. .i&RT- - Adds data. 7 _ DELET - Deletes data. For detailed instructions, refer to Program Editing in Section 4.

16. FUNCTION BUTTONS These buttons have the following functions: - Displays the current position of four axes (X, Y, T, and optional C). - Displays or enters setting data. :..:=T PRGR~Y~ - Displays the programs registered in memory in the EDIT or MEMORY mode. Displays the current block and the next block in the TAPE mode. PARAy - Displays or enters parameters for maintenance. OFSET - Not used. A L AR M - Displays the content of alarm message. CO&%lD - Displays the command value or enters the value.in MDI. --_DGNOS_ - For diagnosing the NC system. AUX - Not used. MACRO - Not used. -MENU - Not used. POS The data displayed by these. buttons is in page format. Use the P-AGE buttons 1 as required. i and

The following function buttons operate as follows when pushed twice. Pushing them a third time returns them to the functions described above. - Displays or sets-user macro parameters for system maintenance. SET PARAY - Displays or sets PC parameters for system maintenance. .OFSET - Not used. ALARM - Displays the current NC status. COMND - Not used. -AUX- - Not used. %kCRC - Notused. - MENU- - Not used, _ .- ___ ._. ,.NOTE: a) Pushing the - POS_ ,,pP_GRy; , or DGNOS button twice will display the L- __-. first page of their contents on the CRT. I b) Pushing any function button and the --CAN-i key simultaneously causes the display on the CRT to disappear. After that, pushing any functionbutton causes the corresponding data to be displayed. When the CRT is not in use for an extended period of time with power on, cancel the display in this manner to prevent CRT deterioration.

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17, NC READY LIGHT (green) This light comes on when the NC system, including the servo unit, is ready for operation. The light will go out if either of the following situations occurs: (a) An overtravel limit switch is actuated. (b) The emergency stop button is pushed. (c). The machine is in the emergency stop status-(SV alarm, low air pressure, etc.). After corrective action, the NC READY light will come on-ipgain. When the NC READY light blinks, the clutch solenoid valve is being energized and neither of the following operations can be effected. (EXCEPT PEGA KING) (a) Automatic operation in the TAPE, MEMORY or MDI mode. (However, the PROGRAM CHECK operation can be effected.) (b) Punching operation in the MANUAL or MDI mode. ,. -.\\ ;. : :.i: , :../

18. TOP DEAD CENTER LIGHT (green) This light comes on when the crank is at top dead center. During normal operation, the light will come on after each punch stroke. If the EMERGENCY STOP button (48) is pushed, air pressure is too low, or there is a fault in the clutch/brake unit, the crank will not stop at top dead center, the light will remain off, and the machine w/II come to an -emergency stop. To resume machine operation after the fault is repaired, proceed as follows: (1) Push the NC POWER OFF button (2) to turn the NC unit OFF. (2) Turn the MODE switch (43) to MANUAL. (3) Push the NC POWER ON button (1) to turn the NC unit ON. (4) Turn the INDEX PIN switch (73) to IN. (5) Turn the PRESS SELECT,switch (60) to INCHING. (6) Push the PUNCHING button (61) until the TOP DEAD CENTER -light comes on. NOTE: When the MODE switch.(43) is turned to TAPE or MEMORY while the light is off, the machine will come to an emergency stop. i ! i,

19. X-ORIGIN LIGHT (green) 20. Y-ORIGIN LIGHT (green) These lights come on when the axes are returned to their origins either by the RETRACT mode or automatic return command (G50). These lights will go out if one of the following occurs: . (a) The axes are not at their origings. (b) The NCREADY light (17) goes out because of emergency stop. (c) The PROGRAM CHECK button (45) is turned off after program check.

21. TURRET ORIGIN LIGHT (green) This light comes on when the turret is returned to its origin by the RETRACT mode. It Gil go out if the NC READY light (17) goes out. Except for the above, the light will remain on during operations after the turret has returned to its origin. NOTE: When the light is off, automatic operation will not start.

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22. C-ORIGIN- LIGHT (Option) (green) This light comes on when the C-axis (option) has been returned to its origin i,n the RETRACT mode. It will go out if the NC READY light (17) goes out. Except for the above, the light will be on when the C-axis is at its.origin (zero degrees) and will blink when-the C-axis is at a position other than its origin.

23. AUTOMATIC OPERATION -LIGHT (green) This light comes on while the NC is executing commands during operation in theMDI, TAPE, or MEMORY mode.

24. PROGRAM STOP LIGHT ( a m b e r ) This light comes on when an MOO program is read. The machine automatically stops. Pushing a START button (12). (46), (65),.or (70) turns off the light and restarts the machine.

25. OPTIONAL &TOP LIGHT (amber) When an MO1 program is read while the OPTIONAL STOP ON/OFF button light (49) ison, this light comes on and the machine stops. Pushing a START button (12), (46), (65), or (70) turns off the light and restarts the machine.

26. PROGRAM END LIGHT (amber) This light comes ori when M02, M30;or G50 is read. Pushing a START button (12), (46), (65), or (70) turns off the light.

27. OVERRIDE LIGHT (amber) This light comes on if a clamp enters the operation interrupt area with the OVERRIDE ON/ OFF switch (64) ON. The punching operation goes to stand-by status. Pushing the OVERRIDE CONFIRMATION button (63) or (83) resumes the punching operation. CAUTION: Before pushing the OVERRIDE CONFIRMATIDN button, ensure beyond a doubt that the clamp will not be punched. , 28. H-kLAMP LIGHT (Option) (amber) This light comes on when the H-CLAMP/L-CLAMP SELECT switch is set tq H-CLAMP to operate the optional hydraulic clamps.

29. PRESS MOTOR STOP LIGHT (red) This light comes on if the press motor fails. The machine will go to an emergency stop status. The light will go out when the press motor starts.

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30. AIR DOWN LIGHT (red) This light comes on if air pressure to the machine drops below approximately 3.0 kg/cm2 (43 psi). The machine will go to an emergency stop status and the press motor will stop. When the air pressure returns to normal, the light will go out and-the press motor will start. ; I I.

31. STOP SWITCH LIGHT (red) This light comes on if the STOP button (66) or (69) is pushed. When the STOP button is reset, this light will go off. ..

32. LUBRICATION LIGHT (red) This light comes on and the machine stops if the automatic lubricating system fails. Check for: (a) Proper amount of lubricant in reservoir. (b), Proper type of lubricant To turn off the light, push the AUTOMATIC LUBRICATION button (97).

33. CLAMP -OPEN LIGHT (red) This light comes on if a clamp opens. Except for MANUAL mode operation, the machine will stop if the light comes on. NOTE: This light will not come on during automatic repositioning.

34. TOOL CHANGE SWITCH LIGHT bed) This light comes on when the TOOL CHANGE switch (79) on control panel B is turned ON. This light comes on with light (78) on control panel B. When the light comes on: .(a) The press motor is stopped. (b) The X- and Y-axes are locked. (cl The turret can be rotated in the MANUAL mode. The light will go out when the TOOL CHANGE switch (79) is turned OFF. Machine operation will then return to normal. .

35..TO?L CHANGE DOOR LIGHT (red) This light&comes on and the machine Stops if the tool change door is opened. Closing the door will turn off the light.

36. X-GAUGE BLOCK LIGHT (red)

This light comes on and the machine stops if the X-gauge block is raised. Lowering the block will turn off the light.

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37. STRIPPING MISS LIGHT (red) This light comes on and the machine stops if a punch does not retract properly. After the cause of- the problem has been eliminated, push a.START button (12), (46), (65), or (70) to continue the punching operation.. A stripping malfunction will stop the machine only when the STRJPPING MISS ON/OFF button light (53) is on.

3 8 . R E P O S I T I O N I N G POSlhON LIGHT (red) This light comes on and the machine stops when the REPOSITIONING DETECTOR switch (87) is ON if a clamp comes too close to a work holder during execution of the. automatic repositioning command. Push a START button (12), (46), (65), or (70) to resume operation. CAUTION: a) Before pushing the START button, determine that the clamp will--not hit the work holder. b) If the clamp is in a position which touches the work holder, push the RESET button (13), return the axes to their origins in the RETRACT mode, and modify the program.

39. TAPPING LIGHT (Option) (red) This light is used when the optional tapping unit is installed. It comes on when the tap is anywhere except at its lower limit position. When the tap returns to its lower limit position, the light wiil go out. The machine will stop if this light comes on when the tapping unit is not in operation.

40. PUSHER LIGHT (Option) (red) This light is used when the optional work pusher is installed. It comes on when the work pusher is at any position other than its origin. When the pusher returns to its origin, the light will.go out. The machine will stop if this light comes on when the work pusher is not in operation.

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41. FEEDRATE SWITCH This switch controls the X- and Y-axis movement speed in the MANUAL and automatic operation modes, It also controls the turret and C-axisrpm in the automatic operation m&e. X- and, Y-axes
Manual 1 2 3 4 M a x . Feedrate Automatic 1 M a x . Feedrate m / m i n . Wmin.) m/min. (in/min.) 20.0 (787) 14.0 (551) 10.0 (393) 5.2 (204) / F3 F4 / Fl F2 50.0 (1968) 3 7 . 5 (1476) 2 5 . 0 (984) 12.5 (492) ..

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Max. Feedrate M a x . Feedrate Automatic I I m/min. (in/min.) j m/min. Wmin.) -.---_. ~ ..-. ..--. - - - . ..-..-.---.--c -.--.. 1 20.0 (787) Fl F2 F3 i F4 I I I 80.0 (3750) 60.0 (2362) 40.0 (1575) 20.0 (787) C-axis (Option) M a x . Feedrate j Max. Feedrate (Thin Turret) (Thick Turret) rpm w-n / 15.0 30.0 I 40.0 20.0 / Max. Feedrate rpm j / 60.0 30.0

14.0 (551) 10.0 (393) 5.2 (204)

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The MANUAL side controls the feedrate in the MANUAL mode and, the AUTO side controls the feedrate in the TAPE, MEMORY, and MDI modes. When the MODE switch (43) is in MANUAL, all positions except 2, 3, and 4 select the same feedrate as position 1. With the MODE switch set at TAPE, MEMORY, or MDI, all positions except F2, F3, and F4 select the same feedrate as position Fl. NOTE: In the MANUAL mode, turret rpm (3 or 12 rpm) is selected by the TURRET SPEED switch (80) on control panel B. i 42. SINGLE BUTTON (w/light) When this button is pushed and its light comes on, block-by-block operation will be performed. The machine will complete one block of the program, then stop. Pushing a START button (12), (46), (65), or (70) executes the next block. In all pattern commands except nibbling, the machine will punch once- then stop. -

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43. ~MODE SWITCH This switch selects any of the following operational modes.

EDIT mode - Used for the fol[owing: (a) To enter tape programs into memory. (b) To edit programs in memory. (c) To output programs in memory to tape (Option). (d) To search programs inmemory. For details on the.EDIT mode, refer to Section 4. MEMORY mode - Used for the following: (a) To execute programs in memory. (b) To search program numbers and sequence numbers in memory. TAPE mode - Executes tape programs and searches sequence numbers in tape programs. MDI mode - Allows input of program blocks from the control panel. In this mode, after determining the positions of the X-axis, Y-axis and the turret, punching can be performed with the PUNCHING button (61). MANUAL mode - Allows movement of the X-. and Y-axes with the JOG buttons (54 thru 57) and the turret with the TURRET ON buttons (81) and (82). The machine punches when the PUNCHING button (61) is pushed. RETRACT mode - Allows return of the axes to their origins with the JOG buttons (54) and (55). the TURRET button (58) and the +C button (59).

44. TOOL, CHANGE BUTTON. (w/light) This button works in the MD1 mode only. When this button is pushed and its light comes on, the turret station selected in the MDI. mode will move to the tool change position.

45. PROGRAM CHECK BUTTON (w/light) When this button light is on, machine operation will be locked. This button allows programs to be checked for proper content on the NC system alone. When the check is finished, push the button to turn its light off. At this time, both the X-ORIGIN light (19) and Y-ORIGIN light (20) will go out. Return both axes to their origins to resume machine operation. For details bf program check, see Section 4. ! 46. START BUTTON (w/green light) When this button is pushed, its light will come on and the machine will Start to operate. This button has the same function as START buttons (!2),. (65), and (70). i

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4?. STOP BUTTON (w/red light) When this button is pushed, its light will come on and the machine will stop. This button has the same function as STOP buttons (66) and (69). T,he STOP button light will also come on when the STOP button (66) or (69) is pushed or when the machine stops itself. ,. :.. -. .

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48. PROG. PROTECT SWITCH (w/key) When this switch is turned ON, programs and data in memory cannot be changed or-deleted. Turn this switch OFF when editing programs or changing data. ,CAUTION: This switch should be locked ON except when tditing programs or changing data.

49. OPTIONAL STOP ON/OFF BUTTON (w/light)

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51. TURRET ON/OFF BUTTON (w/light) When this button light is on, the turret and C-axis (option) operate normally. When the light is off, the turret and C-axis will not move except in the RETRACT mode.

52. OT RELEASE BUTTONWhen the X- or Y-axis has overtraveled and the NC READY light (17) goes out, proceed as follows: (1) Turn the MODE switch (43) to MANUAL. (2) t&d t@e OT RELEASE button down and push a JOG button +X (541, +Y (551, -X (561, or\_Y (57) to move the axis away from the over-traveled direction. The NC READY light shobld stay on after the OT RELEASE button is released. (3) Push the RESET button (13) and return all axes (X, Y, and turret) to their origins.

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53. STRIPPING MISS ON/OFF BUTTON (w/light) When this button light is on, the stripping miss detector will stop the machine if a punch fails to retract properly. The button light should be on during machine operation.

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54. JOG BUTTON +X 55. JOG BUTTON +Y 56. J O G B U T T O N - X 5 7 . J O G BUmOti -Y 58. TURRET BUTTON 59. +C BUTTON (Option) The above buttons move their corresponding axes as described in the table on the next page. Two axes can be moved simultaneously. -.- .- .-.- _ _ _ _ _ _ ~. ! RETRACT mode MANUAL mode Button - i.. ___ +x The X-axis moves in the positive direction (toward its origin) while the button is being pushed. - The Y-axis moves in the positive direction (toward its origin) while the button is being pushed. The X-axis returns to its origin when the button is pushed. - -.---.-_ The Y-axis returns to its origin when the button is pushed. .

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-__.- .- . - - _.. _- -. - If the X-axis is at its origin, it will move in the negative direction and then return to the origin. I If the X-axis is not at its origin, it will move in the negative direction while the button is being pushed. _ _ _ - - . - - - - - .--.-: : - Y If the Y-axis is at its origin, it will The Y-axis moves in the negative move in the negative direction and / direction while the button is being I then return to the origin. pushed. I / If the Y-axis is not at its origin, it will move in the negative direction / < while the button is being pushed. I y-i-+-~.--- - - - - - - . ..-. -- -_ 1 ; TURRET / The turret will not move. j The turret returns to its origin. - x The X-axis moves in the negative direction while the button is being p u s h e d . +C 1 The C-axis will not move. I The C-axis returns to its origin l~.~~~~.-.~~-~-:~~

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60. PRESS SELECT SWITCH (w/key) This switch selects press operational modes. It can be locked in any mode by removing the key. _ _I r T 1 MODEswitch : PRESSSELECT Press operation p o s i t i o n switch position I / i MANUAL 1 / I I / .MDI INCHING ---. OFF CYCLE INCHING OFF ! CYCLE i I INCHING OFF CYCLE . Not punched. I! - - Single cycle punching is performed after positioning. , .. -__ -_ -. _-__ Inching operation is performed by pressing the PUNCHING .- .-. .- -_ __.- -..-. . _. .._-. - -. button (61). ____ ..Not punched. ._ Single cycle punching isp&ormed by pressing the PUNCHING button (61). _-----. Not punched. Inching operation is performed by pressing the PUNCHING button (61).

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61. PUNCHING BUTTON When this button is pushed in the MDI or MANUAL mode, punching will be performed. Single cycle punching or inching operation is determined by the PRESS SELECT switch (60). Punching is performed only when the INDEX PIN IN light (721, located on control panel B, is on.

62. EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON When this button is pushed, machine operation will stop immediately and lights (17) through (22).will go off. This button stays down after it is pushed and must be turned clockwise to reset it. Ts resume operation, reset this button. The NC READY -light (17) will come on after a, few seconds. Set the MODE switch (43) to RETRACT and return the axes to their origins. Lights (19)through (22) will come on. If the TOP DEAD CENTER light (18) is not on, resume the crank to its top dead center by referring to 18. TOP DEAD CENTER light on page 3-4. ,

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63. OVERRIDE CONFIRMATION BUTTON When the OVERRIDE light (27) comes on, pushing this button will resume machine operation. This button has the same function as button (83) on control panel B. CAUTION: Before pushing this button, make sure that the clamp will not be punched.

64. OVERRIDE ON/OFF SWITCH When this switch is ON, the override function will stop the machine to prevent the clamps from being punched. When it is OFF in the MEMORY mode, the function will be ineffective and the machine continues.to operate regardless of the clamp positions. The override function is effective regardless of this switch position in the TAPE and MDI modes. CAUTION: When executing e new program, this switch must be ON. Turn it .off oniy after confirming that the clamps w.ill not be punched throughout the entire program.

65. START BUTTON Th,is button starts the machine in the MEMORY, TAPE, and MDI modes. This button has the same function as START buttons (121, (461, and (70).

66. STOP BUTTON This button stops the machine. Reset the button by turning it clockwise.- This button has the same function as STOP buttons (47) and (69). To resume operation, push the START button.

67. X-GAUGE BLOCK SWITCH (Option) 68. WORK PUSHER SWITCH (Option) The above two switches are available as options. For details, refer to the ACCESS0 RI ES.

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CONTROL PANEL B

@j) O&$INDEX PIN STRIKER TOOL CHANGE TURRET ON TURRET SPEED

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69. STOP BUTTON This button stops the machine. Reset the button by turning it clockwise, This button has the same function as STOP buttons (47) and (66). To resume.operation, push the START but. t o n .

70. START BUTTON This button starts the machine in the MEMORY, TAPE, and MDI modes. This button has the same function as START buttons (121, (461, and (65).

71. INDEX PIN OUT LIGHT This,light comes on when both index pins are out of theirturret index holes.

72. INDEX PIN IN LIGHT This light comes on when both index pins are in their turret index holes.

73. iNDqX PIN SWITCH This switch.is effective only in the MANUAL mode. When the switch is set to IN, the index pins go into the turret index holes and the IN light (72) comes on. When the switch is set to OUT, the index pins are pulled out of their holes and the OUT light (71) comes on. During automatic operation, this switch has no effect. CAUTION: This switch must be in the OUT posiiion during normal operation. 74. STRIKER LIGHT (INNER) 75. STRIKER LIGHT (CENTER) 76. STRIKER LIGHT (OUTER) These lights indicate the striker position above the triple turret tracks.

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77. STRIKER SWITCH This switch is effective only in the MANUAL mode. It sets the striker above one of the triple turret tracks. During automatic operation, this switch has no effect. CAUTION: This switch must be in the CENTER position during normal operation.

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78. TOOL CHANGE SWITCH LIGHT This light comes on when the TOOL CHANGE switch (79) is turned ON. When the switch is turned OFF, the light will go out. This light has the same function as the TOOL CHANGE SWITCH light (34) located on the NC unit control panel. . 79. TOOL CHANGE SWITCH (w/key) When this switch is turned ON, the TOOL CHANGE SWITCH lights (34) and (78) will come on, and the following occurs: : -(a) The press motor stops. (b) Both the X- and Y-axes lock. (cl The turret can be rotated in the MANUAL mode. When the switch is turned OFF, machine operation will resume. CAUTION: Do not. turn the switch ON while the machine is operating in the MEMORY, TAPE, or MDI mode.

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80. TURRET SPEED SWITCH This switch is effective only in the-MANUAL mode. It selects a turret speed of 3 rpm or 12 rpm.

81. TURRET ON BUTTON (CCW) 82. TURRET ON BUTTON (CW) These buttons are effective only in the MANUAL mode. When either button is pushed, the turret will rotate in the corresponding direction at the speed selected by.the TURRET SPEED switch (80). Releasing the button stops the turret at the next station. CAUTION: If the TURRET ORIGIN light (21) is off, the turret will not necessarily stop at a station. To protect the index pins from damage, set the INDEX PIN switch i (73) to OUT before pushing the TURRET ON buttons. ? 83. OVERRIDE CONFIRMATION BUTTON When the OVERRIDE light (27) is on and operation is stopped, this button instructs the machine to resume operation, ignoring the override interrupt. This button has the same function as the OVERRIDE CONFIRMATION button (63). CAUTION: Before pushing this button, make sure that the clamps will not be punched.

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I FAN MOTOR SWITCH OFF ON PRESS MOTOR REPOSITIONING SWITCH DETECTOR SWITCH OFF ON ON OFF HYDRAULIC MOTOR SWITCH ON OFF AUTO-INDEX SWITCH ON OFF I :., /

84. CIRCUIT BREAKER All electric power to the machine and NC unit goes through this circuit breaker. If for any reason a current overload occurs, this circuit breaker automatically trips. After repairing the malfunction, .turn the circuit breaker on again. The input power cable is connected to the input terminals of this circuit breaker.

85. FAN MOTOR SWITCH This switch controls the fans located at the axis drive motors, the brake cooling system, and inside the electrical enclosure. If the circuit breaker is on, the fans begin rotating when this switch is turned on. This switch should normally be kept on.

86. PRESS MOTOR SWITCH This switch controls the press motor. It begins rotating when this switch is turned on, provided that the NC unit is on. This switch should normally be kept on.

87. kEPQSlTlONlNG DETECTOR SWITCH When this &itch is ON, machine operation will stop if the automatic repositioning command is executed in a position where the clamp is in danger of hitting a work holder. The REPOSITIONING POSITION light (38) will come on. If the switch is OFF, this safety function is ignored. This switch should normally be kept on. -

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This switch controls the hydraulic motor. The motor begins rotating when this switch is turned ON provided that NC unit is on. This switch should normally be kept on. 3 I .i .-

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TOOL BALANCER
The tool balancer is standard equipment on the COMA series model as well as the VELA II equipped with thick turret and the PEGA KING.

90. PRESSURE 4-l/2 CONTROL KNOB This knob adjusts the lifting force when a punch with a diameter of 4-l/2 or more is to be removed or installed. Turning the knob clockwise increases the lifting force. NOTE: Before turning the knob, pull the flange ring toward the operator. .

91. PRESSURE 3-l/2 CONTROL KNOB This knob adjusts the lifting force when a punch with a 3-l/2 diameter is to be removed or installed. Turning the knob clockwise increases the lifting force. NOTE: Before turning the knob, pull the flange ring toward the operator.

92. 4-l/2 UP/DOWN SWITCH , This switch is used when removing or installing punches having a diameter of 4-l/2 or more, To support the weight of the punch, proceed as follows: (1) Turn this switch and the 3-l/2 UP/DOWN switch (93) OFF (press and turn clockwise). (2) Screw the threaded end of the balancer into the threaded hole in the punch. (3) Turn this switch ON. The weight of the punch will be assumed by the balancer. , (4) Insert or remove the punch. (5) Turn this switch OFF after the punch has been placed properly, and d/sconnect the balancer from the punch. (6) Turn this switch back ON.

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93. 3-l/2 U P / D O W N S W I T C H This switch is used when removing or installing punches having a 3-l/2 diameter. To support the weight of the punch, proceed as follows: (1) Turn switches (92) and (93) OFF (press and turn clockwise). (2) Screw the threaded end of the balancer into the threaded hole in the-punch. (3) Turn this switch ON. The weight of the punch will be assumed by the balancer. (4) Insert or remove the punch. (5) Turn this switch OFF after the punch has been placed properly; and disconnect the balancer from the punch. (6) Turn this switch back ON.

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-x

OTHER INDICATOR. LAMPS (EXCEPT PEGA KING)

OTHER CONTROLS

OIL PRESSURE

OIL TEMPERATURE

94. OIL PRESSURE LIGHT (red) When the accumulator pressure drops below the specified level, this light comes on and the machine will come to an emergency stop. However, the hydraulic motor will continue to run.

95. OIL TEMPERATURE LIGHT (red) This light comes on when oil temperature increases abnormally. The machine will then come to an emergency stop. The-hydraulic motor will also stop.

96. FILTER LIGHT (amber) This light comes on when the filter is clogged (due to contamination of hydraulic oil). The filter or hydraulic oil must be replaced immediately. NOTE: This light may sometimes come on when the machine is started in low ambient temperatures. However, this does not indicate a problem. The light will go off as soon as . the oil temperature increases through operation.

97. AUTOMATIC LUBRICATION BUTTON Pushing this button pumps grease into machine press section. See the instruction under the Daily Lubrication in page 5-7. i 98. FObT SWITCH This switch opens and closes the clamps. The clamps will not open during automatic operation if the PROGRAM STOP light (24) or the OPTIONAL STOP light (25) is not on, even if the switch is depressed. , ..

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CRT DISPLAY
STATUS CHARACTERS The following status characters are displayed in the lower right corner of the CRT. .. . . . \

QUEUED BLOCK:

Of&B10

N0018

X Y u C I J
K F U A LSK . RBS

NOT READY LSK

The control system or the servo system is not ready-for operation.

- The NC system is in the label skip status. This occurs when power is turned on or when the machine is reset in any mode other than MD I. In the label skip status, when the NC system reads the program tape, it ignores the punched data until the first End of Block code (CR-in EIA and LF in ISO) is read. - A certain block is read but is not executed. The block will be erased by resetting in any mode except MDI. An absolute command is input in MDI. Pushing the ABWNC button (4) changes the command to I NC.

8UF

A8S

INC

- An incremental command is input in MDI. Pushing the AlWINC button (4) changes the command to ABS. \ , I Macro data is being read (MCRM blinks).. An error-has occurred. Push the -ALARM- button to display the alarm message (ALM blinks).

MCRM A L M

EDIT

- A program is being edited (EDIT blinks). Data cannot be input while EDIT is displayed. r A sequence number is being searched (SRCH blinks).

SRCH

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INPUT DATA Input data entered through the ADDRESS keys (7) and DATA keys (8) is displayed in the lower left corner of the CRT.

N E X T BLOCK4lDI:

00010 MB010

-X 1 2 8 8 . 8 8 -Y 0 0 0 . 0 0 U C I

J
K F U R

T tl Y P Q D B H

220

LSK

CIBS /

Press the _ D/H _ key to enter D. -When the key is pressed again, H will be entered. However, this machine does not use the l-l address. Only one word at a time, consisting of an address character and number, can be keyed in, except when-editing a program. When the C A N key is pressed, the one word keyed-in will be cancelled.
0

While editing a program,.multiple words can be entered up to 32 characters. When the C A N key is pressed, the last character entered will be cancelled. When the- CAN _ key is held down, the characters keyed-in will be cancelled, starting with the last character and backing up.

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PROGRAM AND SEQUENCE NUMBERS Program and sequence numbers which were searched are displayed in the upper right corner of the CRT.

!.

PROGRAM :

00100 MB100

gal00 x
PROGRAM NUMBER SEQUENCE NUMBER.

ALARM When an error occurs, ALM will appear and blink, and the alarm number will appear on the CRT. \
RLRR?l HESSF)GE:

00010 N0010

220 222

+Y OT +Y S LHT

LSK ,

ABS RLN 2

The alarm messages are shown in the Alarm Message table,in Section 4. If the display is changed by pushing other function buttons, the alarm number can be displayed again by pushing the j&ARM!button.

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POSITION DATA
1 When the PAGE button x or - is pushed after the ___.- button has been pushed, POS the following axis positions will be displayed on the CRT.Position display in the relative coordinate system (RELATIVE) o This display is in triple size characters. The current position of the axes will be displayed.
I I

X Y

72.800 47.735

X Y 1 c
-/.J

72.000 47.735

T 201 00010~ No010


l

/. 220 -I 0.00 ;

[Auto-index equipped machine] The position display will be the same as that of the work coordinate system, unless the relative coordinate system has been reset. o Resetting: Press the ADDRESS key x. or .fI to make corresponding address blink, ------then push the- ORIGIN button. - - Position display in the work coordinate system (ABS) , The current position of the axes is displayed b.y triple size characters.

1
) . I

72.000 X 47,. 735 i i 201 Ii0010 NOO1O

x i .C .

72.000 47.735 220 0.00

[Auto-index equipped machine]

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After the machine is turned on and the axes have been returned to their origins in the RETRACT mode, the position display for each machine model is as fo.llows: ! M o d e l .-__ c- .-. i PEGA Axis I Metric specification machine . _I I n c h s p e c i f i c a t i o n,= i i machine 39.370 (loso.oo)*~ 39.370 (1000.00) 50.000 t 1270.60) 39.370 (1000.00)

I . j

X 1000.00 (39.370) j Y 1090.00 (39.370) ---A ..-A--.--..-. .-__. _-J-PEGA 30 40 50 X 1270.00 (50.000) Y PEGA 1 0 0 0 . 0 0 (39.370) ; I KING __._ ~.-_ .- ..- ..- ..-? -..VELA II 30-50-50 X 1270.00 (50.000) Y COMA 50 50 50 1270.00 (50.0001 -. . COMA 50 50 72 1830.00 (72.047) X PEGA 30 50 72 1270.00 (50.000) v CO,MA 50 60 72 I +..-- ._.--. -. ._ .-. ._-. _-; COMA 50 80 80 i X Y x Y : 1830.00 (72.047) 1525.00 (60.039) 2000.00 (78.740) 2040.00 (80.315)

- .-.-..- - ..--.-___ 50.000 (1270.00) 50.000 (1270.00)

7 2 . 0 0 0 (1828.00) -50.000 (1270.00) .-~ 72.000 (1828.00) 60.000 (1524.00) 78.740 (2000.00) 80.315 (2040.00) : / / h

* The numbers in parentheses indicate the position display when the scale has been changed from metric to inch. +* The numbers in parentheses indicate the position display when the scale has been changed from inch to metric.

Total position display The current positions of all axes are simultaneously displayed in the following coordinate systems: (a) Relative coordinate system (RELATIVE) (b) Work coordinate system (ABSOLUTE) (c) Machine coordinate system (MACHINE) (d) FJemaining amount of movement (DISTANCE TO GO) i \ \ ( ACTWL P O S I T I O N 8 OlWl n1r1
pClURL P O S I T I O N : CRELRTIUE) X 7 2 . WIJ Y 47.735 ow1e NW10 cRBSOLUfE~ X 7 2 . We Y 47.735

<RELATIum x. 72-m Y 47.735


C 8.W

X
Y .c

cAwouJTEJ 72.888
47.73!!

l .I

CNACNINE) X 0.00 Y -s7.53

(DISTRNCE T O 60) X 0. m Y 0. m

Y
C

CIWCNINE) l . 8a
-57.53 8. .a

CDISTWCE

T O 60)

*.a.8
0.88.

Y C

l . 88

LSK LSK AW

AiS

[Auto-index equipped machine]

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CbMMAND DATA
Push

the CDMND; button. Command data is displayed in three pages, selected by the PAGE

:\, -J

buttons.

CURRENT BLOCK: The cbmmand data currently. being executed is displayed. (The value which follows % denotes the axis feedrate.)

CURRENT

BLOCK:

owla NW10

680 6 9 7 X Y U 698 6 2 3 ~664 C I 628 J K 640 -F u A LSK

1 n Y P 0 D B H

201

x
ABS

0.w

NEXT BLOCK: The command data entered by MDI, or the command data which will be executed next is displayed. Select this page when entering data in the MDI mode.

N E X T BLOCKMD I:

00018 MB810

1 \

220

LSK

ABS /

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QUEUED BLOCK: The command data following the next block which will be execut& d is displayed. This page is not used on this machine. OUEUED BLOCK :

, * ., ,: . . 1

00616

N6616

X Y
U C I

..

J
K F U A LSK ClBS

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PROGRAM DATA In EDIT mode


Push the PRGRM: button to-display program data stored in memory. The page displayed is determined by the position of the cursor.

PROBRRti:

04444 N4444

04444 692 X1666. YlB66. : 672 X566. YS66. ; 626 126. JlS0. _K26; 691 X-26.: 656 : x

To display the desired program, refer to Program Number Search in Section 4. Push the PAGE button 11: or. 7 to display program data by page. -. -i In MEMORY mode PRGRfi button to display the page which contains the current block being axePush the -. ._cuted.

PROGRAH :

06123 N0123

06123 692 X1836. Y1276. ; 690 X10.. Y20. 1266. Jl26. P3 K4 . u; ' 696*X160. Y85.12 T226 : 636 I-12. P2 J-26. Kl ; X45. Yl6. : yr ; u12 : 696 X30. Yl2. T366 : X66. YSS.6 ; L S K \ , In the MEMORY mode, a blinking cursor indicates the next block to be executed. When the cursor is steady, it indicates the block which is currently being executed or which has just been executed. CAUTION: When &ting the machine in the MEMORY mode after the PAGE.& CURSOR button has been pushed in the EDIT mode to move the cursor, the machine starts from the block that was previously indicated by the cursor in the EDIT mode. RBS

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In TAPE or MDI mode Push the(PRGRM1 button to display the block which is currently being executed or which has _ just been executed on the left side ofthe CRT and the next block to be executed on the right side of the CRT. :.\

PROSRRll: (CURRENT)

Q9014 N9614
<NEXT)

0 \

LSK

ABS

NOTE: When pattern commands (such as G28, G29, etc.) are executed, the contents of the blocks displayed on the left and the righi may sometimes be the same.

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SECTION 4 - OPERATION

PREPARATION.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-l AUTOMATIC:. OPERATION TAPE mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 MEMORY mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 MDI (Manual data input) mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 6 OPERATION INTERRUPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8

PROGRAM CHECK Programtape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 0 Programs stored in memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-l 0 Program errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-l 1 Program check end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-l 1 PROGRAM REGISTRATION AND DELETION Registering program tape data in memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adding tape program to existing programs in memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Entering programs from NC control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Program deletion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deletion of all programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ;

4-12 4-13 4-13 4-l 5 4-15

SEQUENCE NUMBER SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 6 PROGRAM NUMBER SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 7 {PROGRAM EDITING l?diting procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 8 Skanmethod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1 8 Word search method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Return to program start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 0 Word insertion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21 Word alteration . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-22 Insertion/alteration of multiple words or blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . 4 - 2 3 Word deletion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-24 Deleting words up to EO8 (;I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 4 Deleting multiple blocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 4 Memory rearrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 5

. :. ;.-

-._ ./

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INCH-METRIC SELECTION Selection by setting data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 6 Selection by G code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 6 MACRO MEMORY SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 7 MULTIPLE. PART PUNCHING PROGRAM SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 7 BENDING COMPENSATION (G94) DATA SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 7 DISPLAY/SETTING OF TOTAL NUMBER OF TOOL OPERATIONS-. Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2 9 Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..4-2 9 ALARM MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 3 3 Prdgram and operation errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 3 4 Ove;travel.................................................4-41 Errors in servo system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 3 Faulty PC boards, cables, etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 6 Control system and motor overheat . . . . ., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 6 Memory errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 7 Other errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 4 8 NC STATUS DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-49

DISPLAY/SETTING OF RUNNING TIME Display .,................................................ 4-51 Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-52

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SECTION 4 - OPERAYlOti
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PREPARATION
1. Check that the following switches are turned on: 0 FAN MOTOR switch (85) Q PRESS MOTOR switch (86) 0 REPOSITIONING DETECTOR switch (87) l HYDRAULIC MOTOR switch (88) . . . except PEGA KING l AUTO-INDEX switch (89) . . . Auto-Index device equipped machine only 2. Turn the CIRCUIT BREAKER (84) on. The X- and Y-axis drive motor cooling- fans, the clutch and brake cooling fan and electrical enclosure cooling fan will start. 3. Push the NC POWER ON button (11, A display will appear on the CRT in a few seconds and-the press motor will start.

4. At this time lights (17) and (18) should be on and lights (29) thru (401, (94) and (95) should be off. NOTE: The NC READY light (12) may blink while the clutch solenoid valve is being energized during low ambient temperatures. While the NC READY light is blinking, both the PRESS MOT0.R STOP light (29) and OIL PRESSURE light (94) remain on and the following operations cannot be effected. (1) Automatic operation in the TAPE, MEMORY or MDI mode. (The PROGRAM CHECK operation can be effected.) (2) Punching operation in the MANUAL or MDI mode. After the solenoid valve is properly energized, the NC READY light comes on. The press motor and thehydraulic motor will then start. 5. Characters LSK and ABS should appear in the lower right corner of the CRT. Characters BUF, ALM, NOT READY, EDIT, SRCH, or MCRM should not appear.

6. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MANUAL. 7. Push JOG buttons -X (56) and -Y (57) to move both axes in the negative direction at least 200 mm (8) away from their origins.

8:Turn the MODE switch (43) to RETRACT. 9. Push JOG buttons +X (54) and +Y 155) until both the X- and Y-axes stop at their origins. The X- and Y-ORIGIN lights (19) and (20) should come on to indicate that both axes are at their origins.

10. Push the TURRET button (58) until the turret stops at its origin. The TURRET ORIGIN light (21) should come on. . NOTE: Any two of the X-, Y- and Turret axes dan be returned simultaneously. 11. On the Auto-Index device equipped machine, push the +C button (59) until the C-axis stops at its origin. The C-ORIGIN light (22) should come on. The machine is now ready for automatic operation.

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AUTOMATIC OPERATIO,N
Automatic operation refers to machine operation in the TAPE, MEMORY, and MDI modes.

TAPE MODE
For automatic operation from program.tape, proceed as follows: 1. Check that the following lights are.on: l X-ORIGIN light (19) l Y-ORIGIN light (20) l TURRET ORIGIN light (21) l C-ORIGIN light (22) . . . Auto-Index device equipped machine on.ly 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to TAPE. 3. Load the program tape into the tape reader as follows: (1) Set theTAPE READER switch to RELEASE. (2) Open the tape holder. (3) Load the tape into the tape reader and close the tape holder. (4) Set the TAPE READER switch to AUTO. I )

4. Position the worksheet on the table: (1) Step on the FOOT SWITCH (98) to open the clamps. The CLAMP OPEN light (33) will come on. (2) Place the worksheet on the table. (3) Raise the X-gauge block. The X-GAUGE BLOCK light (36) will come on. (4) Position the worksheet against both clamps and the X-gauge block. (5) Step on the FOOT SWITCH (98) again to close the clamps. The CLAMP OPEN light (33) will go out. (6) Lower the X-gaugeblock. The X-GAUGE BLOCK light (36) will go out.

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5.

Check that lights (29) thru (40), (94) and (95) are off. Also check the following items to ensure that: (a) The EMERGENCY STOP button (62) is not pushed (The NC READY light (17) should come on]. (b) The STOP buttons (66) and (69) are not pushed. (c) One of the STRIKER light (74), (75), or (76) is on. (d) Either the INDEX PIN OUT or IN light (71) or (72) is on. (e) The TOP DEAD CENTER-light (18) is on. (f) The OVERRIDE ON/OFF switch (64) is turned to-ON. (g) The STRIPPING MISS ON/OFF button light (53) is on. Check that LSK and INC (or LSK and ABS) appear in-the lower right corner of the CRT (Characters BUF, ALM, NOT READY, EDIT, SRCH, and MCRM should not appear).

6.

7. Set the following as required.. l FEEDRATE switch (41) o SINGLE button (42) l PRCGRAM CHECK button (45) l OPTIONAL STOP ON/OFF button (49) e OPTIONAL BLOCK SKIP ON/OFF button (50) l TURRET ON/OFF button (51) 0 PRESS SELECT switch (60) 8. \ i Push one of the START button (12), (46), (65), or (70). The program tape will be read by thetape reader and machine operation will start.

9. When the tape operation ends, the X- and Y-axes will return to their origins. The X- and Y-ORIGIN lights (19) and (20), and the PROGRAM END light (26) will come on. On the Auto-Index device equipped machine, the C-axis will also return to its origin and the CORIGIN light (22) will come on.

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MEMORY

MODE

For automatic operation from a program stored in memory, proceed as foll.ows: 1. Check that the following lights are on: @ X-ORIGIN light (19) l Y-ORIGIN light (20) TURRET ORIGIN light (21) l C-ORIGIN light (22) . . . Auto-Index device equipped machine only l 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MEMORY. 3. Push the function button:PRGRM; .I--. .

4. Search the program number required. (Refer to PROGRAM NUMBER SEARCH in this section.) xI 5 . Check that the required program is displayed on the CRT. 6. Check that th,e cursor appears directly under the program number (0) on the screen. CAUTION: Program execution will start from the block indicated by the cursor.

PROGRAIl :

00023

MB023

gtBfi23 6 9 2 X1030. Y1270. : 6 7 2 X450. YS00. : 626 1125. J90. K12 T306 : 6 7 2 X350. Y200. ; 660 1123.45 Jl05. K-60. P-20.

00. Tl0S ; 6S0 : t

LSK

ABS

7.

Follow the same procedures outlined in steps 4 through 7 of TAPE MODE.

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8. Push a START button (121, (461, (651, or (70). The program stored in memory will then be executed. During operation, the cursor will move and stop directly under the address character of the block being executed,

PROGRM :

0 0 0 2 3 MB023

00823 692 X 1 0 3 0 . Y 1 2 7 0 . : 672 x450. YS00. : 626 Ik25. -J90. K12 T306 : 6 7 2 X 3 5 0 . Y200. : 560 1123.45 Jl0S. K-60. P-20.

90. 110s ;
650 x :

LSK L

ABS

(Block being executed: G68 1123.45 J105. K-60. Pi20. 08. T105;) 9. When the memory operation ends, the X: and Y-axes will return to their origins. The Xand Y-ORIGIN lights (19) and (20), and the PROGRAM END-light (26) will come on. On the Auto-Index device equipped machine, the C-axis will also return to its origin and the C-ORIGIN light (22) will come on. The cursor returns to the beginning of the program.

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MDI (MANUAL DATA INPUT) MODE


To input one instruction block through the NC panel and execute it, proceed as follows: 1. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MDI. 2. Push the function button:COMNDj. 3. Select the page NEXT B LOCK/MD1 on the CRT with the PAGE button !1) or iz. ; .-: _. .;

N E X T BLOCK/HDI:

0 0 0 2 3 N0023

X Y u -C I

J
K F U A 0 LSK RBS

Example: Input and execute G90X400.00Y500.00T215. .4. 5. Push the ABWINC. button (4) to display ABS in the lower right corner of the CRT. iNPUT button in that order. If Press the .A-, 4 , 0 1, 0 _ and -.~:~~: keys, and _ _-incorrect data is entered before pushing the __..-- button, press _ _ -.- CAN key and I.NPUT_ _ _ the enter all data again. If incorrect data is discovered after the - INPUT- button has been pushed, enter all data again. CAUTION: If no decimal point is input, the NC unit will treat the last two numbers (the last three in inch notation) as being after the decimal point.

6. Press the: v,, 5 I., jjy., .-6~ and ,. . keys, and._[FPUTi button in that order. Next, 1. p r e s s t h.-r _ 2. -2. and 5: keys, and. INPUT- button in that order. If incorrect e . 7 . -.- -I data is entered, use the same method as in step-5 to correct the data.

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7. The display on the CRT should be as shown in the figure below: c \ .:


N E X T BLOCKMDI: 0 0 0 2 3 N0023

.x -Y

4 0 0 . 0 0

21s

v C
I

500.00 n wP Q D B H

J
K F U A LSK

ABS

8.

Push a START button (12). (461, (651, or (70). The X-, Y- and T-axes will move to the positions displayed on the CRT.

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OPERATION INTERRUPTS
Machine operation will be interrupted if any of the following situations occur: Situation
l

: _..

Remedy Reset the button by turning it clockwise. Return.the axes to their origins,- and resume machine operation from the beginning of the program.

The EMERGENCY STOP button (62). is pushed.

The PRESS MOTOR STOP light (29) comes on. The AIR DOWN light (30) comes o n . A STOP button (471, (66), or (69) is pushed.

Repair the malfunction, then return theaxes to- / their origins. Resume machine operation from j the beginning of the program. / If continued operation is desired, push a START button after resetting the STOP button (66) or (69) by turning it clockwise. Repair the malfunction, then push a START button (12). (461, (651, or (70) to resume operation. :

The LUBRICATION light (32) comes on. 0 The TOOL CHANGE DOOR light (35) comes on. The X-GAUGE BLOCK light (36) l comes on. The STRIPPING MISS light (371 l comes on. l The REPOSITIONING POSITION light (38) comes on.
l l

ALM blinks on the CRT.

Repair the malfunction, then push. the RESET -. Ibutton (131. to clear the error. Return the axes to their origins and resume operation from the beginning of the program. Proceed as follows: __.. - ._.. 1. Push the -.---- button (13). RESET 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MANUAL. i ! 3. Set the INDEX PIN switch (73) to IN. i 4. Turn the MODE switch to MDI. . 5. Enter a T2xx station number. 6. Return the X- and Y-axes to their origins.

ALM blinks and 1003 INDEX ALARM 131 is displayed.

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Situation
_I~ -. F i __

Remedy Push the EMERGENCY STOP button (62), then reset it. Return all axes to their origins. (a) When all axes have been retracted to their origins: 1. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MDI. 2. Enter G50 or a T2xx station number. j (b) When all axes have not been retracted to I their origins-(emergency stop or primary power just applied): 1. Return the C-axis to its origin. 2. Alarm number 1004 will a,ppear on the i CRT. 3. Push the EMERGENCY STOP button 4. (62). Reset the EMERGENCY STOP button by turning it clockwise. 5. Return all axes to their origins.

ALM blinks and 1004 T-AXIS NOT RETRACTED is displayed. 2000 INDEX NOT PREPARED is displayed.

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ffRdGRAM CHECK
The purpose of this function is to allow programs stored in memory or on program tape to be checked prior to execution. This is done without operating the machine. This functionchecks the following items: (a) Program format errors (b) Over-travel To perform theprogram check, proceed as follows: . .._ i.. 2 A, ,I,

PROGRAM TAPE 1. Check that the following lights are on: l X-ORIGIN light (19) l Y-ORIGIN light (20) * TURRET ORIGIN light (21) * C-ORIGIN light (22) . . . Auto-Index device equipped ,machine only

1..

2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to-TAPE. 3. 4. 5. Push the PROGRAM CHECK button (45). The button light will come on. Load the program tape into the tape reader. Push the SINGLE button (42) if necessary.

6. When checking the coordinates of. the X, Y, T, and C axes, push the _ POS-, button, - .-_ then select the page required with the PAGE button _. 1 or _. t._ . 7. Push a START button (12), (46), (65), or (70). ... ,

8. Tape reading begins, If the program contains no errors, the tape will run to its end. 9. When the tape end is read, the PROGRAM END light t-26) will come on.

PROGRAMS STORED IN MEMORY 1. Check that the following lights are on: +. X-ORIGIN light (19) l YiORlGIN light (20) l TURRET ORIGIN light (21) l C-ORIGIN light (22) . . . Auto-Index device equipped machine only 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MEMORY. 3. Search the program number to be checked. 4. Perform the same procedures as in steps 3,5, and 6 under PROGRAM TAPE. 5. 6. Push a START button (12), (46), (65), or (70). Program reading.begins. If the program contains no errors, it will run to its end.

7. The PROGRAM END light (26) will come on.

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PROGRAM ERRORS If the program contains an error, the following will be displayed on the CRT: Program error number [Example] ooo PROGRAM L Error number . When -an error number is displayed,.push the - __.A button and proceed with the PRORESET GRAM CHECK END described below. . PROGRAM CHECK END When the program check is finished, proceed as follows: -1. Push the PROGRAM CHECK button (45). The button light will go off. 2. Turn the MOD5 switch (43) to MANUAL. 3. Push the JOG buttons -X (56) and -Y (57) to move the X- and Y-axes at least 200 mm (8) away from their origins. 4. Turn the MODE switch (43) to RETRACT. 5. Push the JOG buttons +X (54) and +Y (55) to return both axes to their origins. The Xand Y-ORIGIN lights (19) and (20) should come on. The turret and the C-axis need not be returned-to their origins.

NOTE: a) The above steps must be done before proceeding to machine operation. b) Do not reverse steps 1 and 2 above. .

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PROGRAM REGISTRATION AND DELETION


REGISTERING PROGRAM TAPE DATA IN MEMORY 1. Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT or MEMORY, then push the-, PRGRM; button. 3. 4. Load a program tape into the tape reader. ,, -. -..

Enter a program number if the program tape has no program number or when the existing program number is to be changed. To enter a program number, press the ADDRESS key -a-. and enter the program number (It is not necessary to push the INpuT- bu.tton). -. 5. Push the READ button. The program tape will be read by the tape reader, then EDIT _... wit1 be displayed in the lower right corner of the CRT. 6. After the program tape data has been stored in memory, the beginning of the program will be displayed on the CRT.

To successively register programs in memory, proceed as follows: G 5 0 ;-I---2 2---. 02 2 --Lt stop here ! ER I j (%I /

01111

G50; 03333 t stop here

G50; f stop here

-- .I

(a) Perform,steps 1 thru 6 above. The tape reading stops at G50 of the first program. Leaving the tape as it is, push the READ button to register. the next program. (b) To successively register all programs as far as the ER, press the ADDRESS key 01: , DATA keys --I,, 9 - , g , 9 and 9 , and the READ button in that order, after step 3. NOTE: a) The label skip status will not occur until ER is read. When another tape is loaded into the tape reader after the tape reading has stopped at G50, push , the, RESEE button. \ b) ER means End of Record,and % is used as ER in IS0 code. c) The semicolon means EOB (End of Block). CR is used as EOB in EIA code and LF is used as EOB in IS0 code.

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ADDfNG TAPE PROGRAM TO EXISTING PROGRAMS IN MEMORY . i ___., . -.; 01234 . . . T-ZZed 1, Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 2. Turn the MODE switch (43).to-EDIT or MEMORY. 3. Push the.__..A button. PRGRM, 4 . 5. Load the program tape into the tape reader. . Press the ADDRESS key ..a- and enter the program number desired, then push the CUR- SOR button 1 * _._
CAN

G50: ER

6 . -Press,the ._

key and .-READ, button in.that order.

ENTERING PROGRAMS FROM NC CONTROL PANEL Programs can be directly entered into-memory from the control panel. 1. Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 2. i 3. 4. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT. -7 Push the; PRG R-M_ button.

Press the ADDRESS key -6 - then enter the program number to be registered. -- -..-5. Push the INSRT button: The display on the CRT will appear as shown in the figure _.- .d below.

PROGRRH: pee10 x

00010 H0010

LSK

A0s

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6.

Enter the program data from the control panel. Example: Program G92XlOOO.OOY 1000.00; Press the keys in the order shown below. -Y--F-,O:i~jr~Y,l,~O,O,O,:,]I G,,9.2.X,l.O
i1:. ., ,.. , .:.,.. .~ ._

EOB /

PROGRAM :. 20100 x

692X1000. Yi000. :, /

7. When an incorrect character is entered, press the CAN--. key. The last character will be canceled. A maximum of 32 characters can be entered on one line of the CRT. ---. 8. After the data has been correctly entered, press the INSR_T_ button. f
PRO6RfVl: 00100 x 692 xteae. 00100 N0100 ylma. i

.
LSK RBS

9.

In the same manner as above, enter subsequent program data.

10. To correct the program data that has been already entered, use the steps described in PROGRAM EDITING.

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11. To m-start program data entry, set the cursor under the la.st word that has already been entered. 12. After all desired programs have been entered, push the I RESET, button to return to the beginning of the programs just entered.

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PROGRAM DELETION To delete a program from memory, proceed as follows: 1. Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT. 3. Push the PRGRM,- button. 4. Press ADDRESS key - D -, then enter the program number to be deleted. Push the DELET -.- - -button. This will delete the corresponding program from memory. -

DELETION OF ALL PROGRAMS To delete all programs from memory, proceed as follows: 1. Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to-OFF. 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT. --.-._ 3. Push the,EGRM button. _4. Press ADDRESS key..- then DATA keys - , -z;, i:, 91 and! 9.i . , and the C DELET -...___ button in that order.

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SEQUENCE NUMBER SEARCH


Finding a sequence number on tape 1. Turn the MODE switch{431 to TAPE. 2. Load the program tape into the tape reader. Program 01111 01111 Program 02222 02222 N4020 . . . ; Program 03333 03333 ER (%, I ! i .

f I p-----Start position of the tape set in the tape reader 3. Push the PRGRG button.

! Sequence No. to be found _-_ _ .-.- ~- - - .-.-- ..Search range (From the tape set position to the tape end)

4. Press ADDRESS key N and enter the sequence number to be found, then push CURSOR button -1 __, . The tape will stop at the desired sequence number.

Finding a sequence number in memory 1. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MEMORY. 2. Search the program number which contains the sequence number to be found. - --, 01111

- r-r--

.-

02222 .I -.

a ER (%I N4030 . . . ; ; 03333 I - L - - -- .-.A.-.-- ---_-.. -L-! Sequence No. to 1 t ~ Sequence No. to be found . , I Search range ~ (Selectedprogram otily)

7 7------v
I

Selected program 3. Push the -PRGRM button. __ , 4. Press ADDRESS key J and enter the sequence number to be found, then push CURSOR b&ton --i-. The sequence number will then be searched. , NOTE: While the sequence number is being searched, NC coordinate values and other data are not affected by any program portions which are skipped over. For this reason, all necessary codes] such as M, T or G, and coordinate values must be contained in the block from which operation starts.

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--..,,
I .,f4 _ ,..;

PROGRAM NUMBER SEARCH


Any program in memory can be found. 01001 03054 01972

-Program number is searched

Method 1 Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT or MEMORY. . .._ - _-. 2. Push the PRGRM_ button. 1, 3. Press ADDRESS key 0 , then enter the program number to be found. Push CURS O R b u t t o n 1 . The first page of the searched program will appear on the CRT. _ Method 2 -1. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MEMORY. . 2. Push the PRGRM- button. key and CURSOR button J- m that order. 3. Press ADDRESS key 0 , the _- CAN The next program in number sequence will appear. ; . . . Method 3 1. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT.
.,

2. Push the PRGRM button. 1 -1 in that order. The next program 3. Press ADDRESS key 0 and CURSOR button in number sequence will appear. 1 Holding down the CURSOR button .- ._ddisplays programs sequentially;

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PROGRAM EDITING
The program editing function allows changes, additions or deletions to be made to the programs stored in memory through the NC control panel. To edit a program, proceed as .follows:

EDITING PROCEDURES 1. Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT. ----. 3. Push the..- --.---- button. PRGRM 4. Search the program to be edited. (See PROGRAM NUMBER SEARCH). 5. Find the word to be edited using method (a) or (b) below. The term word refers to an address character with its number entry. (a) Scan method (b) Word search method

6. After finding the word, change, add.or delete its contents as desired.

SCAN METHOD (a) When CURSOR button__- is pushed, the cursor will move to the right and stop at the C next address character. N1234 G72 X500. Y500.; G28 120; JO LWWWW 17 - 1 - :L: ;c 1 :\ 1 ;TT(b).When CURSOR button -t- is pushed, the cursor will move to the left and stop at the next address character. , N1234 G72 X500. Y500.; G28 120. JO ~%..-/wuu-.-.l-/ ,- ,IIt ,, - :t:. t .s t t:: - (c) Holding down CURSOR button z or -t-, causes the cursor to move continuously , in the corresponding direction. (d) When PAGE button II. is pushed, the next program page will appear, and the curser will appear under the first word on the page. (e) When PAGE button -3- is pushed, the previous page will appear, and the cursor will - appear under the first word on the page. (f) Holding down PAGE button:?-! orI7 -displays pages sequentially. -

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WORD SEARCH METHOD This method is used when a particular word is to be found. Words are searched only in sequential order. N1234 G72 X500. Y500.; G28 120. JO K20 Word currently being searched or scanned Word to be found (120.1

Search direction 1. .. Press ADDRESS key -1 and DATA keys 2-, _O_ and71 I in that order. NOTE: 8e sure to enter 120. or 12000. If only 120 is entered, the desired word will not be found.

2. -Push CURSOR button --&-- to start the search. --. Upon completion of search, the cursor will appear under the I of 120.. Searching word by address only A word can be searched by its address only. N1234 G72 X500. Y500.; G28 120. JO K20 T215 c Word currently being. searched or scanned 1. Press ADDRESS key K- and the
CAN

Word to be found key in that order.

2. Push CURSOR button -I to start the search. Upon completion of search, the cursor will appear under the address K. NOTE: The word search cannot be made with CURSOR button(t .

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RETUdN TO PROGRAM START 01100 .NOOOl G92 X.1000. YlOOO.; G72 X500. c Program start I Word. currently being searched or scanned r ._ .-

Method 1 1. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT. 2. Push the -.. - - button. The cursor will return to the beginning of the program. RESET Method 2 This method -is the same as searching the program number. See PROGRAM NUMBER SEARCH. : . .Method 3 1. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MEMORY. __. _. 2. Push the ,PJiRM button. 3. Push CURSOR button._,. The cursor will return to the beginning of the program.

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-.x

WORD INSERTION

Word T105 to be inserted here

G 2 8 I?O. J180. K20; G91 X - 2 0 . ; G 5 0 ; f Word to be found 1. Search or scan the word just before the location of the word to be inserted. 2. Press ADDRESS key .- ..-., and DATA keys lx, :o! and r, in that order. T3. Push the INSRT button.

PROSRAtl :

04444 N4444 :

04444 692 X10W. Yl0@0. 672 xsm. Y5BB. : 626 120. Jl66. E26 : 691 x-20. ; 650 ; x

I rres,
LSK ABS

Before insertion

PROGRAIl: 04444 692

0 4 4 4 4 N4444

672 626 691 658 t

X1660. Yl660. ; X588. YSBB. : 120. Jl60. K2fl ~165 : X-26. ; :

After insertion

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WORD -ALTERATION Find this word G28 120. J225. K20 T215; G91 X-50.; G50; + A l t e r t o T303 1. Search or scan the word to be altered. 2. Press ADDRESS key j and DATA keysi, m and ~ in that Order. 3. Push the; ALTERj button. G28 120. 5225. K20 T303; G91 X-50.; G50; After alteration_.. r. c,. .T; ,.j

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INSERTION/ALTERATION OF MULTiPLE WORDS OR BLOCKS Multiple words or blocks can be inserted or altered. A maximum of 32 characters can be insened or altered at one time. Find this word i G28 120. 5180. K20 T105; G91- X-20.; G50; t Words to be inserted (Y50. T303) 1. Scaryor search the word just before the location .of the words to be inserted. 2. Enter the words to be inserted, and push the _-!NSRTI button. [Ex.] -_ -V- 5 -0 .. _ T 3 Y-O- -3- -INSRT.-

PROBRAfl :

0 4 4 4 4 N4444

04444 692 X1000. Y-1000. 6 7 2 X500. Y500. ; 6 2 0 1 2 0 . Jl00. K20 T105 6 9 1 z - 2 0 . ; 650 : x

; :

Y%. \

T303,

Before insertion

r
PROQRRH :

04444 692 X1000. Yl000. 6 7 2 XS@@. Y500. : 620 120. Jl00. K20 Tl05

7
0 4 4 4 4 N4444

: ;

091 X-20. YS0. 1303 :


650 t : .

, \ LSK BBS -

/
After insertion

When altering, scan or search the word to be altered, enter the new words or blocks, then push the. ALTER button.

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WORD DELETION rind this word :.i_ pi- N 1 2 3 4 G91 X50. Y50.; G90 G72 X400. b/&d. to be deleted 1. Search or scan the word to be deleted. 2. Pushthe DELET button. N1234 G91 X50.; G90 G72 X400. Program after deletion _..

DELETING WORDS UP TO EOB 1;) rind this word N 1 2 3 4 G91 X50. Y50.; G90 G72 X400.
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>

Words to be deleted 1. Search or-scan the word. .--_ _2. Press the EO8 k e y . 3. Push the DELET, button. The word deletion will be done up to EOB, and the cursor will move under the address character of the word following EOB.

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DELETING. MULTIPLE BLOCKS Word currently being searched or scanned (present cursor position) N 1 2 3 4 691 X 5 0 . . . . . . . . .; N1250- G90 X900. Y900.; N1251 . . . . . . . .

1. Search or scan the word. 2.

Enter the sequence number of the last block to be deleted. [Exe] -NT,! j--m ~j?,~;, , -I Push the j*m] button.

3.

The word deletion will be done up to EO8 of the block designated by the sequence number.

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MEMORY REARRANGEMENT Frequent program editing may waste memory capacity. Memory can be rearranged to store the required length of tape in memory. To rearrange the memory, proceed as follows: (1) Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. (2) Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT, then push the [PRGRMJbutton. --.-. (3) Press the, CAN ,key and;ORIGlN;button in that order. After memory rearrangement, the CRT displays the following: (a) The program numbers of all programs stored in memory. (b). The number of characters remaining in memory.

D I R E C T O R Y 01 :

00099 N0099

08002 06084 0 0 0 2 3 08039 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 1 2 3 00500 0 0 6 0 0 00000 0 4 4 4 4 09004 09014

00022542,

.-

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INCH-METRIC SELECTION
The system measurement scale can be set either to metric or inch.

SELECTION BY SETTING DATA 1. Push the: 2. SET ; button.

Push PAGE button 1 or7 to select the page shown in the figure below. u/
SETTING DATA 01 :

0 0 0 9 9 N0099

,x H I R R O R IHAGE =0 C0:OFF 1:ON) Y H I R R O R IHCIGE =0 C0:OFF 1:ON) C H I R R O R IHAGE =0 (0:.OFF 1:ON) TV CHECK =0 <B:OFF 1:ON) PUNCH CODE =0 C0:EIA l:ISO> -INPUT UNIT =l C0:HH 1: INCH) I N P U T D E V I C E 1 =0 C0:TCIPE l:RHT> I N P U T D E V I C E . 2 =0 Cl:RS232C) R U N N I N G TIHE

0005H
LSK

02H
FIBS

065

0
\

.-3. Push CURSOR button A-. or -t to move the cursor under INPUT UNIT. -_ 4. Turn the PRdG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 5. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MDI. .._.~ 6. Press ADDRESS key.-7. Press DATA key 9. to change-the scale from inch to metric, or press DATA key -i--- to change from metric to inch: -. 7. Push the IN PUT button. .___. 8. Return the X- and Y-axes to their origins (See steps 6 thru 9 of PREPARATION). .-.- . --, 9. Push the._ POS _ ..-- button to check that the origin position display is correct (See POSITION DATA in Section 3).

SELECTION BY G CODE Refer to the Programming Manual for details.

1 .: .,,

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MACRO MEMORY SETTING MULTIPLE PART PUNCHlNG PROGRAM SETTI NG BENDING COMPENSATION (G94) DATA SETTING
These three functions are set by the following methods. For details of the above functions, refer to the Programming Manual. 1. Push the SET button. 1. 2. Push PAGE button x. or -7 to select the page shown in the figure below. __.

S E T T I N G DFITCI 02 : NO. _eew 0058 0059 0067 0068 0141 DFlTFI s 2 6 NO. 015s 0156 0157

00099 DATCI

MB099

0 0 0

0 -0
50 0 0 0 0

0158 0319
0340 0341 0434 0435 0539 LSK

0 -10100001
0 0 0 0 0 FIBS

0lSl
0152 0lS3 0154

3. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MDI. 4. Push CURSOR button 1 or -.T to move the cursor under the number of the function to be set. 0434 . . . . . . Macro memory setting 0435 . . . . . . Multiple part punching program setting 0539 . . . . . . Bending compensation (G94) data setting 5. Turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF.

6. Press ADDRESS key Pi. 7. Press the DATA key to set the functions as follows: Macromemory setting (No. 0434) 0: Data in macro memory is deleted by the reset operation or power off. 1: Data in macro memory is not deleted by the reset operation or power off. NOTE: For normal operation enter 0 inorder to store the specified macro data. Multiple part punching program setting (No. 0435). ,. 0: Programs which do not use software for multiple part punching. 1 : Trial punching. 2: Post-trial punching. 3: Full punching.

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Bending compensation (G94) data setting (No. 0539) Enter bending coefficient iri units of 0.01. (Max. 999.9) [Ex.] : If alpha = 1.80, press DATA keys:=, L and:=:. 8. Push the. INPUT, button.

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~.

. -.

DISPLAY/SETTING OF TOTAL NUMBER OF iOOL OPERATIONS


The total number of strokes made on each turret station is shown on the CRT. The resetting and designation of the number of tool operations can also be accomplished by the key operation.

DISPLAY 1. Push thei SET ,button. to 2. Push PAGE button - or : t- select the page desired: SETTING DATA, pages iL 03 to 06.
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S E T T I N G DATCI 83 : DCITFl !#ifn
091s 0920 0921 0922 W23 W24 2 2 0 0 0 0 9 9 N0099

NO.

DCITA

W26.

0 9 2 7 8 0920 0 0 9 2 9 122 0930 0 0 9 3 1 950 0932 -. -0 0933 0 0 9 3 4 92S 0 093s 3 0936

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3 0
MS _

LSK

The total number of strokes made on each turret station is shown in the DATA column. For the relationship between NO. on the left and the station number, refer to the tables on the following three pages. The maximum number of strokes which can be displayed is 99,999,999.

SETTING - 1. Push PAGE button - or t -- to display the page in which the code number corc responding to the applicable station number is found. 2. Push CURSOR button ,I or 7 to move the cursor under the code number of the _ stroke,count to be altered. 3. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MDI and turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 4. Press ADDRESS key ip. and enter the required number of strokes with the DATA keys. 5. Push the INPUT button.

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STATION NiJilBER CODES FOR STANDARD TURRETS 72 0917 0918 0919 0920 .0921 0922 0923 0924 0925 0926 0927 0929 0930 0931 0932 0933 0934 0935 0936 0937 0938 0939 0940 0941 0942 0943 0944 0945 0946 0947 i 0948 0949 0950 0951 0952 0953 0954 0955 0956 0957 / 1 : 1201 T102 T203 T304 T105 T306 T107 T208 T309 T210 Till T212 56 T201 T102 T303 T104 T205 T306 T207 T108 T209 T310 Tlll T312 T113 T314 T215 T116 T317 T118 T319 T120 T221 T322 T223 T124 T225 T326 T127 T328 T229 T130 T331 T132 T233 T334 T235 T136 T237 T338 T139 T340 T141 52 T201 T102 T303 TlO+ T305 T106 T207 T308 1209 1110 T211 T312 T113 T314 T215 T116 T317 T218 T219 T120 T321 T122 T223 T324 T125 T326 T227 1128 T329 T130 T331 1132 T233 T334 T235 T136 T237 T338 T139 T340 T241
I

48 T201 T102 T203 T304 T105 T306 T207 T108 T309 T210 Till T212 T313 T114T315 T216 T117 1318 T219 T120 T321 T122 T223 1324 1225 T126 T227 T328 T129 T330 T231 T132 T333 T234 T135 T236 T337 T138 T339 T240 T141
I I I
I

46 T224 T125 T226 T327 1128 T329 T230 T131 T332


! T233 i T134 I*

44 T223 Tl-24 T225 T326 T127 T328 T229 T130. T331 T232 T133 T234 T335 T236 T137 T338 T239 T140 T341 T142 T243 T344 TlOl T102 T203 T304

40 T201 T102 T303 T104 T305. T206 T107 T308 1109 T310 T211 T112 T313 T114 T315 T216 T117 T318 T119 T320 T221 T122 T323 T124 : T325

-1
32 T102 T203 T304 T205 .T106 T307 T209 T210 1111 T3i2 j T213 ; T114 T215 T316 T217 T118 T219 T320 T221 T122 T323 T224 T225 T226 T127 T328 T229 1130 T231 T332 ) / j

+ T201

T 2 0 8

0928 j

T235 Th36 T237

i T313 i T114 / T315 / T116 j j 1 j / / I ! T217 T318 T219 T120 T221 T322 T123 T324

I I I I 1 I j

T138 T239 T340 T241 T142 T343 T144 T245 T346 TlOl T102 T203 T304 T105 T306 T207 T108 T309 T210 Till T212 T313 T214 T115 T2J6 T317 T218

~ T125 I T226 / T327 : T228 T129 T230 T331 T132 T333. T134 T235 T336 T237 T138 T239 T340 T141

T226 T105 i T127 T306 T328 T129 T330 T231 1132 T333 T134 T335 T236 T137 T338 T139 T340

T207 T108 T309 T210 Till T212 T313 T214 T115 T316 T217 T118 T319

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STATION- NUMBER CODES FOR STANDARD TURRETS (CONT T statior 52 48 46 56 72 44 No. \ 0 9 5 8 0959 0960 0961 0962 0963 0964. 0965 0966 ' 0967 0968 0969 0970 0971 0972 0973 0974 0975 0976 0977 0978 0979 0980 0981 0982 0983 0984 0985 0986 0987 j T342 T143 T244 T345 T246 T147 T248 T349 T150 T351 T152 T253 1342 T243 T144 T345 T146 T347 .T148 T350 T251 i I T152 j T142 T343 T244 T245 T146 T347 T148 ! T350 T151 T352

T249 , T249

T253 : T354 j T354 ! T255 : T155 j T156 j T356 / T257 I T358 T159 T360 T161 T262 T363 T264 T165 T266 : j j 9 I

1t J

T342 T243 T144

T119 T320 T121

T120 T221 T322

40 Lrl
32

T345 T222 T146 T 1 4 6 1 TT323 323 -1247 T348

T367, j T168 j T369 T170 T271 T372 i : 1

0988 i \ ,

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STATION NUMBER CODES FCiR AUTO-INDEX TURRETS station No. \ 0917 0918 0919 0920 0921 0922 0923 0924 0925 0926 0927 0928 0929 0930 0931 0932 0933 0934 0935 0936 0937 0938 0939 0940 0941 0942 0943 0944 0945 0946 0947 0948 0949 0950 0951 0952 0953 0954 0955 0956 58 T220 T228 T129 T230 'T331 T132 T333 T134 44 T216 T223 T124 T225 T326 T127 T328 T229 T130 Tl,32

40 T206 T107 T308 T109. T310 T211 T112 T313 T114 T315 0957 0958 0959 0960 0961 0962 0963 09i4 0965 0966 0967 0968 0969 0970 0971 0972 0973 0974

58 T102 T203 T304 T105 T306 T107 T208 T309 _ T210 Till T212 T313 T114 T315 .T116 T217 T318 T219

44 T312 T113 .T314 T215

T235 T336 ! T331 T237 T138 T239 T340 T141 T342 T143 T244 T345 T246 T147 T248 T349 Ti50 T351 T152 T25i T354 T255 T256 ? T264 ,'r165 1266 T367 T168 T369 T170 T271 T372 T201

T216 T 2 3 3 j .Tli7 T334 ; T318 T 2 3 5 ! T119 1136 1 T320 T237 i T221 T338 / T122 T139 / T323 T340 Tl41 T342 T243 T244 T251 T152 T253 i354 T155 T356 T201 T102 T30.3 1104 T205 T306 T207 T108 T209 T310 Till T124 1325 T226 T1.27 T328 T129 T330 T231 T132m T333 T134 T335 T236 T137 T338 T139 T340 T201 T102 T303 T104

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T305
_.. .:, ..

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ALARM MESSAGES
, When an error occurs, machine operation stops and ALARM MESSAGE is automatically displayed on the CRT and the ALM blinks. To restart the machine operation, see OPERATION INTERRUPTS on page 4-8.

RLARIl PjESSRGE:

06616 MB018

228 l Y OT 2 2 2 4Y s LHT

LSK

RBS RLR /

ALARM MESSAGE CLASSIFICATION Alarm - o. N Category,

000- 198.. . . . . . Program and operation errors 210 - 241 . . . . . . . Over-travel 400 - 446.. . . . . . Errors in servo system 600- 607 . . . . . . . Faulty PC boards, cables, etc. 700 - 703.. . . . . . Control system and motor overheat 900 - 999 . . . . . . . Memory errors 1000 - 1999.. . . . . . Other errors

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PROGRAM AND OPERATION ERRORS No. 000 Meaning A parameter requires that the power to the NC unit be turned off once. Turn off the power to the NC unit, then turn it on again. TH error. Number of holes is not proper. Correct the program tape. TV error. The number of characters in one block is an odd number. This error occurs only when the TV check is ON. Set the TV CHECK bit of the SETTING DATA to 0, using the same method as that for switching between INCH and METRIC. Data consisting of more than the allowable number of digits is entered. The block begins with a number, a minus sign, or a decimal point before the address character. The address is not followed by a number. It is followed directly by the next address, or ; (EOB). The minus sign is entered incorrectly. It is used in the address which prohibits it, or two minus signs Are used. The decimal point is entered incorrectly. The decimal point is used in the address which prohibits it, or two or more decimal points are used. The TAPE READER switch is not in AUTO (without reel), or not in REEL, ON, or OFF(with reel). Prohibited address characters are input. A prohibited G code is used. , The feedrate is not entered,.or it is entered improperly. Movement of the C-axis is attempted on the machine not equipped with the AUTO-INDEX device. I In the command for arc cutting, the radius R is- specified without the. radiusR specifying option. In the command for arc cutting, zero is specified as the value of radius R. : ,_.

001 002

003 004

005

006

007

008

009

O!O
011 017

022

023

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No; 029 050 031

Meaning

An offset value consisting of more than six digits is input. The offset value instructed by the D code for tool compensation is too large. In the program input for.offset value, the value of P specifying the offset value is too large, or P is not entered. In the program input for offset value, the offset value instructed by R is too large. The point of intersection is unobtainable in the intersection point calculation for tool diameter compensation. In tool diameter compensation, start-up or cancellation is attempted during the G02/G03 mode. In tool diameter compensation, excessive cut may occur at the beginning or the end of an arc because the compensated radius is zero. In tool diameter compensation, excessive cutting may occur. After turning on the power or after emergency stop, axis movement is instrutted without returning the axes to their origins. In the work number search function, the specified program number is not found. (External Work Number Selecting A function) In the sequence number search function, the specified sequence number is not found. The data input exceeds the memory capacity. + The address data to be searched is not found. \ The number of registered programs exceeds the maximum value. The program number to be registered, already exists in memory. The program number is not within the range.of 1 to 8999. Neither program number nor sequence number is contained in the block at the beginning of program.

032

033

034

038

041 048 _. : 059

060

070 071 072 073 074 075

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No. 077 079

Meaning The subprogram is called in threefold. The stored program does not coincide with the contents of the tape. (Program collation) In inputting.data with the RS232C interface, the number of bits in the input data or the baud rate is incorrect. In inputting or outputting data with the RS232C interface, transmission failure or I/O unit failure occurred. In inputting data with the RS232C interface, data consisting of more than 10 characters is entered after sending DC3 (tape reader stop code). In returning to the reference point, the single rotation signal from the position coder is not detected, so return to the reference point cannot be performed correctly; In returning to the reference point, the speed is too low, and no synchronization is attained between the single rotation signal from the position coder and the reference counter. Therefore, return to the reference point cannot be performed correctly. The parameter write switch is turned to ENABLE. Turn the switch to DISENABLE and push the RESET button. The power is turned off while rewriting the memory in the EDIT mode. The memory area must be cleared by turning on the power with the DE LET and RESET buttons pushed. The absolute value of the data in the fixed-point representation system exceeds the allowable range. \ The exponent of the data in the floating-point representation system exceeds the allowable range. The divisor is 0. Prohibited function is used in the User Macro ,A. The format outside the < expression > contains an error. * _.. -. ..

085

086

087

0 9 0

081

100

101

110 . 111

112 113 114

. .:\ . :,. ;

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. .: _- >.

No. .115 116

Meaning A value that is not defined as a variable number is used. An assignment-inhibited variable is used on the left side of the assignment statement. The degree of nesting of brackets exceeds the jimit (5). The argument of SQRT is a negative value. Or, the argument of BCD is a negative value, or a value of other than 0 to 9 is cbntained.in each digit. The macro call multiplicity exceeds the allowable range (1 to 4). The macro control command is used in the TAPE mode. : The DO and END statements are not used correctly. The format of < expression > contains an error. In the DO n, thevalue of n is not within the range 1 5 n < 3. The NC command and macro command are intermixed. In the GOT0 n, the value of n is not within the range 0 2 n $ 9999. A prohibited address is used in < argument definition >. In the External Data Input, the data in the Large Section contains an error. In the External Alarm Message, more than five errors occurred. In clearing the External Alarm Message, the corresponding alarm number is unavailable. ,In the External Alarm Message and External Operator Message, the data in ,the Small Section contains an error. In the G94 command (OFS-III, the value of P, K, or Q is not specified. A T code or C code is instructed during linear interpolation (GO11 or ci.rcular interpolation (G02, G03). A T code or M code is instructed in the nibbling command (between Ml2 and M13). An illegal T code is instructed. 4-37

118 119

122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132

133

142 143

144

146

No. 1 4

Meaning 7 The incremental value of X-axis and Y-axis movement in the nibbling operation is greater than the specification. The incremental value of C-axis movement in the nibbling operation is greater than the specification. In the G26 command (BHC), no value is specified for I, J, or K. In the G26 command, the value of I is zero or negative, or the value of K is zero. .. In the G28 command (LAA), no value is specified for I, J, or K. In the G28 command, the value of K is zero or negative. In the G29 command (ARC), no value is specified for I, J, P, or K. In the G29 command, the value of I is zeor or negative, or the value of K is zero or negative. In the G36 command (GRD-X) or G37 command (GRD-YI, no value is specified for I, J, P, or K. In the G36 command or G37 command, the value of P or K is zero or negative. In the G66 command (SHP), no value is specified for I, J, or P. In the G66 command, the value of P or 0 is zero, or the value of I is less than 1.5 times as large as that of P. In the G67 command (SQR), no value is specified for I, J, or P. In the G67 command, the value of P is zero or negative, or the value. of I or J is less than 3 times as large as that of P. In the G68 command (NBL-A), no value is specified for I, J, K, P, or 0. In the G68command, the value of Q is zero or negative, or the value of 0 exceeds the specified range. In the G68 command, the value of I is zero or negative. lnthe G69 command (NBL-L), no value is specified for I, J, P, or Q. In the G69 command, the value of Q is zero or negative, or the value of Q exceeds the specified range. In the G78 command (PNC-A), no valueis specified for I, J, K, P, Q or D. In the G78 command, the value of Q is zero or negative, or the value of Q.is less than the value of D. In the G78 command, the value of I is zero or . negative. , -.,> _ _ .,; .

148
150

151

152

153

154

155

156

, 157

158

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. . ._

No. .. 159

Meaning. In the G79 command (PNC-L), no value is specified for I, J, P, Q, or D. In the G79 command, the value of Q is zero or negative, or the value of Q is less than the value of D. In the G79 command, the value of D is zero or negative. X-axis movement instruction exceeds its travel end [positive (+) direction]. X-axis movement instruction exceeds its travel end [negative (-) direction] . Y-axis movement instruction exceeds its travel end [positive (+) direction]. Y-axis movement instruction exceeds its travel end [negative (-) direction] . In the GlO command (Unloading), no value is specified.for X. In the G59 command (Milling-Line), no value is specified-for I, J, P, or F. In the G58 command (Milling-Arc), no value is specified for !, J, K, P, or F. Programs.with numbers 09000 to 09899 are to be edited. The Pattern Memory/Recall number is other than 1 to 5. An attempt is made to input another macro where one macro is already stored. Although a macro is not being input, the V code is instructed. There is no correlation between macro numbers U and V. * Illegal macro.number is used. An attempt is made to store macros exceeding the memory capacity. A macro not stored in the memory is called. i Macros are called more than three-fold. h In storing the go-series macros, an attempt is made to store more than -15 , macros. In the G75 command (Multiple Punching Execution-X) or G76 command (Multiple Punching Execution-Y), no value is specified for W or Q. In the G75 or G76 block, the value of Q is wrong.

160 161 162 163 164 165 1 6 6 170 184 185

186 187 188 189

190

191

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No. 192 193

Meaning Macro data called by the G75 or G76 block is not in memory. G75 or G76 is instructed when the Multiple Part Punching Program Setting is 0 (See page 4-27). G75 or G76 is instructed between the Uo and Vo commands. G75 is instructed although PO is specified in the G98 block. G76 is instructed although KO is specified in the G98 block. The value of Q in the G76 block is neither 1 nor 3, although PO is specified in the G98 block. The value of 0 in the G75 block is neither 1 nor 2;although KO is specified in the G98 block. The value of 0 or W is not specified in the G73 block. In the G73 command, a macro number riot in memory is called.

194 196

197

198 199

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OVERTRAVEL No. 210 Meaning The positive (+) X-axis limit switch is actuated. See the OT RELEASE .BUTTON in Section 3. The negative (-) X-axis limit switch is actuated. See the OT RELEASE BUTTON in Section 3. In the MANUAL mode, the X-axis exceeds its travel-end [positive (+) direc. tion] . To resume the machine operation, move the X-axis away from its travel end, then push RESET button. In the hflANLfAL mode, the X-axis exceeds its travel end [negative (-) dir=tion] . To resume the machine operation, move the X-axis away from its travel end, then push RESET button. The X-axis movement in the positive (+) direction violated the inhibited area of the stored stroke limit 2. The X-axis movement in the negative (-) direction violated the inhibited area of the stored stroke limit 2. The positive (+) Y-axis limit switch is actuated. See the OT RELASE BUTTON in Section 3. The negative (-) Y-axis limit switch is actuated. See the OT RELEASE BUTTON in Section 3. In the MANUAL mode, the Y-axis exceeds its travel end [positive (+) directionl . To resume the machine operation, move the Y-axis away from its travel end, then push RESET button. In the MANUAL mode, the Y-axis exceeds its travel end [negative (-) directionl . To resume the machine operation, move the Y-axis away from its travel end, then push RESET button. The Y-axis movement in the positive (+) direction violated the inhibited area of the stored stroke limit 2. The Y-axis movement in the negative (-) direction violated the inhibited area of the stored stroke limit 2.

.a

211

212

213

214

215 : ? 220

221

222

223 i

224

225

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No. -. 240

Meaning The stroke limit switch on the positive (+) side of the additional axis is actuated.

241

The stroke limit switch pn the negative (-) side of the additional axis is actuated.

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ERRORS IN SERVO SYSTEM No. 400 401 402 403 404 Overload in X-, .Y-, or T-axis. The-READY signal (VRDY) for velocity contco! of X-, Y-, or T-axis is off. Overload in the additional axis. The READY signal (VRDY) for velocity control of the.additional axis is off. Although the READY signal (PRDY) for positional control is off, the READY signal (VRDY) for velocity control is not off. When turning on the power, the READY signal (PRDY) is not yet.on, but the READY signal (VRDY) for velocity control is on. Correct return to the origin failed due to an error in the NC system or in the servo system. In the X-axis, the positional deviation after stopping is greater than the preset limit. In the X-axis, the positional deviation during movement is greater than the preset limit. The X-axis drift exceeds 500VEL0. The positional deviation of the X-axis is in excess of 232767, or the speed command from the DA converter is out of the range of +8191 to -8192. This error is generally caused by a parameter setting error. The X-axis position detecting system of the resolver or inductosyn is faulty. In the X-axis, a speed greater than 511875 units/set is instructed. This error is caused by a mistake in CM R parameter setting. The X-axis pulse coder position detecting system is faulty. (Disconnect error) In the Y-axis, the positional deviation after stopping is greater than the preset . limit. Meaning

405

410

411

412 413

414 4 3 5\

416 420

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No. 421

Meaning In the Y-axis, the positional deviation during movement is greater than the preset limit. The Y-axis drift exceeds 500VE LO.The positional deviation of the Y-axis is greater than r32627, or the speed command from the DA converter is out of the range of +8191 to -8192: This error is usually caused by a parameter setting error. The Y-axis position detecting system of the resolver-or inductosyn is faulty. In the Y-axis, a speed greater than 511875 units/set is instructed. This error is caused by a mistake in CMR parameter setting. The Y-axis pulse coder position detecting system is faulty. (Disconnect error) In the T-axis, the positional deviation after stopping is greater than the preset limit; In the T-axis, the positional deviation during movement is greater than the preset limit. The T-axis drift exceeds 500VEL0. ..A The positional deviation of the T-ax/s is in excess of t32627, or the speed command from the DA converter is out of the range of +8191 to -8192. This error is usually caused by a parameter setting error. The,T-axis position detecting system of the resolver or inductosyn in faulty. In, the T-axis, a speed greater than 511875 units/secis instructed. This error is caused by a mistake in CMR parameter setting. &The T-axis pulse coder position detecting system is faulty. (Disconnect error) I In the additional axis, the positional deviation after stopping is greater than the preset limit. In the additional axis, the positional deviation during movement is greater than the preset limit. : --

422 423

424 425

426 430

431

432 433

434 435

436 440

441

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-\ !,

No. 442 443

Meaning The drift of the additional axis exceeds 500VEL0. The positional deviation of the additional axis is in excess of k32627, or the speed commandfrom the DA converter is out of the range of.+8191 to -8192. This error is generally caused by a parameter setting error. The position detecting system of the resolver or inductosyn of the additional axis is faulty. In the,additional axis, a speed greater than 51.1875 units/set is instructed. This error is-caused by a mistake in CMR parameter setting. The additional axis pulse coder position detecting system isfaulty. (Disconnect error)

_. ,

444

445

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FAULTY PC BOARDS, CABLES, ETC. No. 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 Meaning The data is transferred erroneously from the connection unit or-PC model C. Slave ready is off. The PC program is not loaded. Faulty communication between NC and PC. Faulty MPU on PC model B. System error- in MPU on PC model B (Watch Dog, Timer alarm). RAM/ROM parity error in MPU on PC model B. Faulty data transfer on the MDI and CRT unit. ..

CONTROL SYSTEM AND MOTOR OVERHEAT No. 700 701 702 703 Master PCB overheat. The additional axis PCB overheat. The X-, Y- or T-axis DC motor overheat. The addltionai axis DC motor overheat. Meaning

j, :: :; ,

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MEMORY ERRORS No. 900 901 902 903 904 905 906 .910 911 920 930 997 998 999 @leaning Bubble memory error (Erroneous input signal) Bubble memory error (No Marker error in initializing bubble memory) Bubble memory error (Page Size Error, Undefind Commands) Bubble memory error (Transfer Missing) Bubble memory error (Parity Error). Bubble memory error (,No Marker) Bubble memory error (Many Defect Loops) RAM parity error (Low Byte) RAM parity error (High Byte) System error (Watch Dog Timer alarm) CPU error (0,3,4 Type Interrupt) Parity error (PC ROM) Parity error (Basic ROM) ROM pair error (High/Low misalignment) .

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OTHER ERRORS No. 1000 Message INDEX TOOL NOT SELECTED INDEX ALARM [11 Meaning C-axis movement is commanded but auto-index station is not specified. Auto-index clamp or brake signal is improper for specified turret movement. Auto-index station has been specified but C-axis is not at its origin. Turret movement is commanded in MANUAL mode after C-axis. has already been set to zero degrees in MDI mode. C-axis has already been returned to its origin before returning turret to its origin. .--

1001

1002

INDEX ALARM [21

1003

INDEX ALARM [31

1004

T AXIS NOT RETRACTED

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NC STATUS DISPLAY
: The condition of the MC unit can be checked by pushing the L-1 button twice. An image similar to that shown in the figure below will appear.

EXTERNFIL UESSRGE :

08899 N0899

86 INTERLOCK

LSK

ABS /

The NC status number followed by a message is displayed. The table on the next page lists NC status numbers, their corresponding messages, and their meanings.

i )

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No. 01

Message EXEC MF/TF/EF

Meaning M, T or punching command is being executed (FIN signal is not received). Command for movement of axes is being executed. DWELL function is being executed. In-Position checks are being made. Override is in 0%. lnteilock is not released. Emergency stop signal or reset signal remains ON. Press start wait signal PFW is not OFF. Punching is not completed (PE is not OFF). Punching is not completed (PFIN is not OFF). Punching is not completed for nibbling operation (PE is not OFF). Punching is not completed for.nibbling operation (NFIN is not OFF).

,iX!
03 04 05 06 14 17 18 19 20

DISTRIBUTE DWELL NOT IN-POSITION OVERRIDE 0% INTERLOCK EMERGENCY/RESET WAIT PRESS START WAIT PRESS END WAIT PUNCH END WAIT PRESS END (NBL) WAIT PUNCH END (NBL)

21

22

Station selection is not confirmed. TOOL NOT S E L E C T E D INDEX NOT PREPARED \ 1 When the turret is to be turned, the.auto-index clamp is still engaged or its brake is off. An attempt is made to turn the turret in the MANUAL mode when the C-axis is not at its origin. The auto-index clamp is not engaged.

iooo

2001

INDEX NOT CLAMPED INDEX BRAKE (B) NOT OPENED

2002

After the auto-index station is selected, the auto. index brake B signal is not ON (the brake is not released). After the auto-index station is selected, the autoindex brake A signal is not ON (the brake is not released). 4-50

2003

INDEX BRAKE (A) NOT OPENED

l. . 9

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DISPLAY/SETTING OF RUNNING TIME


The total running time in automatic operation is recorded and shown on the CRT in hours, minutes and seconds (in two second increments).

DISPLAY Push thej SET , button and PAGE button iri or it; to display the total running time of the machine as shown in the figure below.

SETTINS DRTR 0

0 0 0 9 9 NBB99

; H I R R O R IHAGE =8 (8::OFF 1:ON) Y H I R R O R IHAGE =I3 (8:OFF l:ON) C H I R R O R IHRGE =@ CB:OFF 1:ON) TV CHECK =B (8:OFF 1:ON) PUNCH CODE =8 CB:EIR 1:ISO) INPUT UNIT = 1 (8:HH 1:INCH) I N P U T D E V I C E 1 =0 C0:TAPE 1:RHT) I N P U T D E V I C E 2 =8 Cl:.RS232C) RUNNING TIHE

0085W
LSK

02R
ABS

065

NOTE: a) The total running time does not include the time during which the machine is at standstill or feed hold. b) If the power is turned off immediately after automatic operation, an error in running time up to a maximum of six minutes may occur when the power is turned on again. c) The maximum running time that can be recorded and displayed is 255 hours, 59 minutes, 58 seconds. After this time is reached, the time will automatically reset to zero.

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SETTING To set or reset the running time, proceed as follows: 1. Push the / SET ,button. 2. Push the PAGE button-m or i to display the SETTING DATA 02 page on the CRT. SET1 IN6 DCIfCt 0 2 : NO. 209
0050 00Ss 0867 0068 8141 81% .DlS2 DATR 5 2 6 0 0 50 ? 0 8 0 NO. 0155 0156 0157 0150

00099 .N0099
DATFI 0 0 0 8 10100081 8 0 8 8 8 RBS /

0319
0340 0341 0434 8435 es39 LSK

l is3
l
lS4 .

3. Push the CURSOR button ior a to move the cursor under the number desired. No. 0057. . . . . D.. Hour (max. 255) No. 0058 . . . . . . . . Minute (max. 59) No. 0059. . . . . . . . Second (max. 58) 4. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MDI and turn the PROG PROTECT switch (48) to OFF. 5. Press ADDRESS keyj, then enter the time desired with the DATA keys. ~6. Push the- INPUT - button before moving the cursor to the next number.

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SECTION

5 - MAINTENAhlCE

MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE
DAILY MAINTENANCE 1. CLEANING. -.

(a) Clean. the X- and Y-axis guide bars and the index pin holes. (b) Remove scraps from and beneath the lower turret. . 2. DRAINS Drain the air compressor, air filter, and the air reservoir. See Photos 10 and i 1. 3 . A I R PRESSURE (a) Main air pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.0 kg/cm* (except PEGA KING) 5.7 kg/cm* (PEGA KING only) (b) Index pin air pressure . . . . . . . . . . . .: . 5.0 kg/cm* (c) Work clamp air pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.0 kg/cm* (Pneumatic clamp) 4.0. kg/cm* (Hydraulic clamp) (d) Brake air pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.0 kg/cm* (PEGA KING only) (e) Auto-index clamp air pressure . . . . . . . 5.0 kg/cm* (Auto-Index device equipped machine only) See Photos 11, 12 and 13. . NOTE: When checking the brake air pressure on PEGA KING, remove the cover from the top of the machine. (See Photo 12.)

4. LUBRICATION (a) Lubricate the service points with the recommended lubricants. For the service points, see LUBRICATION on page 5-7. (b) Check the oil level in the lubricator. The oil mist rate is one drop per five consecutive strokes of the index pins. On the model PEGA 30 40 50 KING, it is one drop per 15 to 20 ram strokes. Adjust the flow rate with the adjusting screws, if necessary. See the figure below. (c) Check the grease level in the automatic grease reservoir. See Photo 11.
FLOW ;&W&lNGxL FLLER FLOW ADJUSTING SCREW

OIL FILLER

VINYL

[EXCEPT PEGA KING]

[PEGA KING ONLY]

.5-2

. . .> 5. HYDRAULIC UNIT Check the following: (a) Pressure gauge Gl- (clutch and brake operation) ,.. 60 kg/cm2 (b) Pressure gauge G2 (clutch and brake cooling) . . . 1.5 to 3.0 kg/cm* (cl Oil level . . . Must be at least l/3 full on the sight gauge when the hydraulic pump motor is running, See the figure below 6. PUNCHES AND DIES Check that: (a) The punches and dies are installed properly. (b) They are lubricated properly.. (c) The punches-move smoothly without binding. (d) They are not worn. .

: : ,

, c
PRESSURE J G A U G E Gl. FAN COOLER

STOP iA1 .VE_ , OIL W4LER CAP

OIL SIGHT GAUGE

HYDRAULIC PUMP _--__- - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 /

OIL TANK

DRAIN PLUG

5-3

MONTHLY MAINTENANCE 1. LUBRICATION (a) Lubricate the service points with the recommended lubricants. For the service points, see LUBRICATION on page 5-B. (b) Check both the T-axis (turret) oil bath and Y-axis oil bath for proper oil level. (c) Check the C-axis oil bath for proper oil level (Auto-Index device equipped machine _ . -2

only).
2. FLYWHEEL V-BELT TENSION Check that the V-belts can be depressed approximately 9 mm (l/3) midway between the flywheel and the press motor with 1.9 to 2.0 kg (4.2 to 4.4 lb) of pressure. Adjust the belt tension with the tension adjusting bolt and nut, if necessary. Also check the belts for wear or cracks, and replace them if necessary. (See the figure below.) 3. OTHERS (a) Check pipes and hoses for loose connections and air leaks. (b) Check-electrical cables for damage and connectors for tightness. (c) Check relays and terminals for tightness.

V-BELTS BRAKE PLATE FLYWHEEL

ACCUMULATOR

BOLT DRAIN PLUG PRESS MOTOR [EXCEPT PEGA KING1 [PEGA KING ONLY]

y. :

5-4

-.., 3

REPLACEMENT OF HYDRAULIC OIL AND LINE FILTER After the first three months of operation and every year or every2000 hours (= power-on time) of operation thereafter (whichever occurs first), replace hydraulic oil and the line filter was follows (see the figures on page 5-3 and 5-5): 1. HYDRAULIC OIL (a) Turn the circuit breaker off. Ensure that the fan cooler and hydraulic pump motor come to a complete stop. (b) Remove the oilfiller window by taking out the clamp screws. (c) Open the stop valve. --(d) Remove both the oil filler cap and drain plug. Drain oil completely. (e) Remove the drain plug from the clutch-and-brake casing, and drain oil completely. (f) Reinstall the drain plugs on the hydraulic unit and clutch-and-brake casing and close the stop valve. Add new o/l through the filler opening until the oil level is at least 2/3, full on the sight gauge. (g) Reinstall the oil filler cap and the oil filler window. 2. LINE FILTER (a) Turn the circuit breaker off. Ensure that the fan cooler and hydraulic pump motor come to a complete stop. (b) Uncover the hydraulic unit by removing the clamp screws. (c) Remove the four bolts (MlO) from the filter cover. (d) Rep!ace the filter with a new, one. (e) Reassemble the line filter in the reverse order of removal. !f) Recheck the oil level and add oil if necessary. Recommended hydraulic oil: Esso Univis J32 or J26 Tank capacity: 60 liters (15.9 U.S. gal.)

LINE FILTER Ml0 BOLTS

FILTER COVER

FILTER ELEMENT

SHEAR PLATE REPLACEMENT If the striker is overloaded, the shear plate (which is fitted between the.striker and its back-up plate), will break in order to protect the press mechanism. To replace the shear plate, proceed as follows: 1. Remove punches from the turret and move the empty stations under the striker. .x2 : ->

2. Turn the crank to bottom dead center. See Section 3, PRESS SELECT switch (60). 3. Turn the air supply and electric power to the machine OFF. 4. Disconnect the air joint of the striker cylinder.

5. Remove the four bolts holding the striker cylinder, and remove the cylinder and the striker holder. 6. Remove the back-up plate and the bolt holding the shear plate, and then remove the shear plate. 7 . . Replace the shear plate.
apply

8. To reassemble, reverse the above procedure. When assembling the striker holder, .a coat of grease to it so that it will slide smoothly.

STRIKER CYLINDER

STRIKER CY L.INDER HOLDING BOLT CY LINOER HOLDING BOLT

STRIKER HOLDER STRIKER ;

5-6

LUBRICATION DAILY LUBRICATION Each day, prior to use, push the AUTOMATIC LUBRICATION button to lubricate the main press components. When adding grease to the grease reservoir, use one of the following recommended greases or its equivalent: G Recommendedr e a s e Mobilux EP-0 Shell Alvania EP-RC NOTE: a) Add the grease through the grease fitting. --b) Do not allow air to enter the grease reservoir. c) Do not use a grease with a viscosity higher than that of the recommended grease. Lubricate the following points daily before beginning operation, Use the recommended lubricants or their equivalents. Lubrication ._.-.. _- Points Guide bars (X- and Y-axes) l Index pin holes 0 Punches
l

Recommended Oil Mobil DTE Oil Light Shell Tellus 32

PERIODIC LUBRICATION Lubricate the following points with the recommended lubricants or equivalents at the intervals indicated in the table. (1) COMA and VELA II / ^. .;

C E N T R A L LUBRICA-

LUBRICATE THROUGH GREASE FITTINGS IN THE CENTRAL LUBRICATION BLOCK.

5-8

R ECOM-

NO.

LUBRICATION POINT

MENDED LUBRI-

.METHOD

LUBRICATION PERIOD

1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

MOTOR BRACKET (UPPER) MOTOR BRACKET (LoWERI. TURRET DRIVE GEAR 60% TURRET BEARING (LOWER) T U R R E T BEARING.(UPPER) STRIKER Y-AXIS BEARING Y-AXIS BALL NUT Y-AXIS GEAR BOX SUB-GUIDE CAM FOLLOWER (UPPER.) SUB-GUIDE CAM FOLLOWER (LOWER) PULLEY BEARING CLAMP X-AXIS BEARING X-AXIS BALL NUT X-AXIS BEARING AUTOMATIC LUBRICATION PUMP X-AXIS GUIDE BAR (UPPER AND LOWER) Y-AXIS GUIDE BAR (FRONT AND REAR) PUNCHES A A I OILER 8 I B I3 B A B / GREASE FITTING GREASE F I T T I N G : GREASE FITTtNG 1 OIL BATH ! GREASE FITTING I GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING , GREASE FITTING AUTOMATIC LUBRICATION GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING

MONTHLY MONTHLY EVERY 3 MONTHS MONTHLY

M O N T H L Y _MONTHLY MONTHLY EVERY 3 MONTHS MONTHLY I I /

11 -12 13 14 15 16 17 I I 18 19 20

MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY 1.6 CC/20 MINUTES WEEKLY WEEKLY DAILY 1 DROP/5 STROKES OF INDEX PINS EVERY 3 MONTHS

21 /- LUBRlCAiOR 22 UPPER AND LOWER CHAINS i LRECOMMENDED LUBRICANT MAKE MOBIL A I

tOIL MIST I OILER !


I c MO,BlLUX 2

/ D T E O I L L I G H T i MOiILUX E P - 1 /

j I

1 MOBILUX-EP-0
I. .

SHELL

-TELLUS 32

A L V A N I A Eil

ALVANIA 2

SHELL ALVANIA EP-RO

5-9

(2) PEGA

,I -.

.----

5-10

I
NO. LUBRICATION POINT 1 2 .3 4 5 i : 6 -I I 8 9 10 I 11 12 13 i i
I
1 I -

R ECOMMENDED LUBRICANT

METHOD

LUBRICATION PERIOD

i TURRETDRIVEGEAR LOWER TENSIONER BEARING LOWER TURRET DISK BEA-RING UPPER TURRET DISK SEARING UPPER TENSIONER SEARING T-AXIS GEAR BOX STRIKER, Y-AXIS SEARING Y-AXIS BALL NUT Y-AXIS GEAR 80X X-AXIS BEARING X-AXIS BALL NUT X-AXIS BEARING AUTOMATIC GREASE PUMP CLAMP
:

GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING G R EA SE F IT TIN G GREASE FITTING A B C B A OlL.SATH GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING OIL BATH GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING RESERVOIR OIL GUN GREASE FITTING GREASE FITTING OIL GUN OIL MIST

MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY EVERY 3 MONTHS M O N T H L Y MONTHLY MONTHLY EVERY 3 MONTHS MONTHLY MONTHLY MONTHLY 1.6 CC/20 MINUTES DAILY WEEKLY WEEKLY. DAILY 1 DROP/5 STROKES OF INDEX PINS (EXCEPT PEGA KING) 1 DROP/20 STROKES OF l-CYCLE PUNCH tPEGA.KING ONLY) EVERY 3 MONTHS

i4 15
16

X-AXIS GUIDE BAR

17

j Y-AXIS GUIDE BAR PUNCHES LUBRICATOR

: 18 i

UPPER AND LOWER CHAINS

OIL GUN

i
RECOMMENDED LUBRICANT

F(1AKE M&L SHELL j I

A DTE OIL LIGHT TELLUS 32

8 MOBILUX-2 ALVANIA-2

C MOBI LUX EP-0 SHELL ALVANIA EP-RO

5-11

(3) Auto-Index device (option)

NO:

LUBRICATION POINT

R:ECOMMENDED LUBRICANT 1 I B

I METHOD LUBRICATION PERIOD 1I

1 2 3

C-AXIS BEARINGS

1. I / GREASE FITTING 1 MONTHLY GREASE FITTING MONTHLY 01 L BATH

.i I ! I I

AUTO-INDEX HOLDER BEARINGS B C-AXIS GEAR BOX A

EVERY 3 MONTHS

RECOMMENDED LUBRICANT M A K E MdBlL SHELL A DTE OIL LIGHT TELLUS 32 ; MOB I LUX EP-0 SHELL ALVANIA EP-RO B

5-12

. ..
*..:. 1

ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
!

Clean dirt, water, oil, etc. from the area near electrical parts. Also check that the relays and connectors are secure and tight and that the cables are in good order. Thermal relay (overload protectioti relay) If the press motor is overloaded, the thermal relay-will trip. To reset the thermal relay, pro: teed as follows: (1) Turn off the power to the NC unit and turn off the circuit breaker.. (2) Repair the motor problem. (3) Push the reset button on the thermal relay. (4) Turn the circuit breaker ON. (5) Turn the,NC unit power ON. Circuit protectors When a circu-it protector activates, it is turned to OFF. Turn it to ON to reset it after correcting the cause of .the problem. Fuses Fuses used in the NC unit are the indicator type. A blown fuse shows a white dot. Replace the fuse after correcting the cause of the problem. NOTE: Use a fuse with the same rating. BLACK _ /WHITE
3. 3 / .NORMAL BLOWN

DC servo motors Blow dust and dirt out of th.e commutator and the motor brush. Replace any brushes shorter than 10 mm (3/8).

L I-

: L lo mm 3s)

NC UNIT MAINTENANCE
TAPE READER Clean the following parts of the tape reader as instructed. ..

(a) Reading head surface (Light detector) (b) Reading head surface (Light source) (c) Tape holder

Daily

Daily

Use gauze or brush dampened with methyl alcohol.

Daily Daily Weekly Weekly Use gauze or brush dampened with methyl alcohol.

I (d) Tape passage ! (e) Capstan roller j (f) Guide roller I (g) Pinch roller

I Weekly I , I As required (h) All other parts 1


AIR FILTER

Use brush or clean-cloth.

Check and clean the air filter located at the rear of the NC unit. A clogged filter may cause overheating. To clean the air filter, proceed as follows: (I) Remove the air filter by removing the two screws holding the cover. (2) Remove dust and dirt from the air filter by blowing compressed air on the inside surface while lightly tapping the filter. (3) If it is still dirty, rinse it in neutral detergent and water and dry it in the shade.

-1

[Photo

161

,,-.
i

SELF-DIAGNOSTIC

FUNCTION

Input and output signal states are displayed on the CRT by pushing the (DGNOS] button. To select diagnostic data, use method 1 or 2 as required. Method 1 - Push the CURSOR (or PAGE) button (II or Ia. The diagnostic page number will change. Method 2 - Press ADDRESS key [, enter the desired data address number with the DATA keys, and pu&the\ INPUT ; button. The selected data address number and its data will be shown on the CRT. DICl6NOSTlC 01 : 0010 NO. 0011 eeit 0013 0014 0015 001.6 0617 0010 0099 ISK 00099 NW99 00000000 DATCl 00000011 01001100 10001010 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ABS /

,::;I. eeeD3~~00 ;0er 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0002 01001000 0003 00008008 0004 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0005 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8006 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8007 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 00000000 0009 10000000 0 L

For the meaning of the data, refer to the tables on the following pages.

5-15

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) PC + MT


ADDRESS I go00 TAPN WHR i-SST6 1 ASPL 7 6 5 4 1 BSTL Swab Conveyor Drive D A T A 3 1 NCAM NC Alarm STA STE 2 1 0 ~ 2

Tap
Broken

stop

Tapping (A) Tapping (El

0001

AMA NC Ready

STOA

ST06

AEF

AT Tape, Memory Mode

TSOL Tapping Main SOL

RST Reset

CLR Clear .

Tapping Oil Tapping Oil External Operation Mist (6) Mist (A) Signal

0002

~OTR I

wsrd

STOC Tapping Oil Mist (C)

MOP

I 1

/ EMX POM DEN I MF :

OT Release Stripping Miss ON

Emerge& Punch Oil Mist stop

M-function Pulse Distribution Complete

0063

M28

M24

M22

M21

Ml6

Ml4

Ml2

1 Ml1

I 1

0004

PEN6 Press Enable

SAFV Safety Valve

CSO N Clutch Solenoid Heat

HPM Hydraulic Motor Rotation Command

0005

ATR

ATL

TCM

ATH

PF Punch Command

NBL Nibbling Signal

DEN P u l s e Distribution End

0006
? I

SHP Ityfex Pin

WC

WH

STI Striker (Inper)

ST0 Striker (Outer)

AUTO Tape. Memory. MDI, Mode

NCK

HFN X- & Y-axes Origin Return Complete

Work Clamp Work Holder

0007

ws

WSE

AWMF

AWMB

OP Automatic Operation ON

SABT Index Pin Air Blow

ASTL Automatic Operation -

Work Chute Work Selector

Work Pusher Work Pusher , (Backward) (Forward)

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l :

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-16

--

DlAGNOSTiC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357)


PC+ MT
ADDR ES 7 FWTC 6 PORD Override Light 5 PSTL Start Button L i g h t 4 PSPL *stop Button Light DATA 3 PZRC C-Origin Light 2 PZRT *Turret Origin Light 1 PZRY *Y-Origin Light 0 PZRX *X-Origin Light

,.

0008

*Tool Change Switch Light

0009

PROY NC Ready Light

POP

PM00

PM01

PM02

PHCR *H-Clamp Light

PRPM

P P A N

Optional l Program *Automatic *Program Stop Light Stop Light End Light Operation Light

Press Air Down Motor Stop Light Light

0010 .

TRD 1

TSD

PBNA

PWC

; I

IEKA

PTC

PLP

*Lubrication Clamp Alarm Open Light Light

Auto-Index Brake (A)

*Tool * X - G a u g e Change Block Light Door Light

0011

PSM

PREP

PTUU

PWPZ Pusher Light

PTCG Too; Change Button Light I

( I

POPS

PBDT

PITT

Repositton- *Tapping Stripping Miss Alarm ing Position Light Alarm Light Light

*Optional stop ON/OFF Button Lighr I / 1 cux

*Optional *Turret Block ON/OFF Skip ON/. Button OFF Button Light Light I I

0012

I MST0 / Striker (Outer) Position Lrght MSTM Striker (Center) Positron Light MST! Striker (Inner) Position Light MOZCNT Product Counter

APM

Press Motor Hit Counter Start Command

0013

I I PSW PMLK Program Check Button Light PSTM *Stripping Miss ON/ OFF Button Light AEPCA MessageSignal PCU ! ALM MSPO MSPI

*stop Button Light

*TDC Light Lub. Motor Index Pin Index Pin OUT Light IN Lighr s t a r t Command

0014

i IBKB

I !

ICLP

ARON

CPSO

SDTB

STC

Auto-Index Auto-Index Brake (B) Clamp

Air Circuit Overrtde Signal ON Exrernal output

Tapprng (C)

0015

/ ABL , Tapmg Air Blow -

NOTE: 1. PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4. l : Signals in relation to NC unit contra! panel

'5-17

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357)


MT + PC
ADDRESS 7 TAPC 6 LTDA 5 4 WTDN DATA 3 WMIL 2 LTUD 1 LOT-X Overtravel LS (-Xl
l

0 LOT+X

0032

._ > :2

l LHSX

Tapping Tap Broken ICI Down IA)

Tapping X-Axis Retract Origin Deceleration

Overtravel LS (+x1

0033

LTDC Tapping Lower (Cl

SEF External Operation output Select

l LHSY

HDPS l

LWHD

LTUU

*LOT-Y Overtravel LS t-Y)

LOT+Y O v e r t r a v e l _.. LS (+Y)

O i Y-Axis Pressure Origin Deceleration Down

0034

SPR Stripping Miss

W*STP2 ! LHST / LlUL stop

MHDX

WTR L

WTRR

LOT-T

LOT+T Overtravel LS (+T)

Hydraulic Turret. Tu met Motor Drive Rotation Origin Button Deceleration (Ccw)

Turret Ove,rtravel Rotation LS f-T1 Button (CW)

0035

W.!ST Schedule Operation Start

WPSW stop Button

LHSC

TAPA

LTDB

LIDX Index Device

LOT-C Overtravel LS f-C)

LOT+C Overtravel LS I+cI

C-Axis Tapping Tap Origin Broken (A) Lower (B) Deceleration

0036

WSTI Striker Position Select Switch (Inner)

WSTO Striker Position Select Switch (Outer) APLU

WTS

WLST

WORC

TAPB

WOR

WSP Index Pin IN/OUT Swrtch

Override Lubrication Override Turret Tap ConfirmationBroken IB) O N / O F F Speed Select Button Switch B u t t o n .Switch

A../

0037

WFWC

PTHU

WREP Reposittoning Confirmation

M F N X 1 WCSTl Loading Finish

WWPF

WWPB

Work Clamp H-Clamp Foot Switch ON/OFF

Start Button Work Pusher Work Pusher Switch Swnch (Backward) (Forward)

Q038

LERS External Res& ? ,

LRRW Reset & Rewind

WSTPl

WEM

PIS WC

P/S WH

PIS PAN

LTC

Stop Button Emergency Work Clamp Work Hold Stop Button P/S P/S

Air Pressure Tool Change, Down P/S Door LS

0039

MDFX

LLBNA

LLP

LWTC

LWSN

LWSD

LWSL

LWSR

Press Motor Lubrication X-Gauge OFF LS Finish LS Block LS

Work Tool Change Work Chute Work Chute Work Switch (Normal) (Down) Selector (L) Selector (RI

NOTE: 1 PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4. -: Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-18

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) M T + PC.


ADDRESS ,. 0040
7

DATA 6 SOFF Sequencer OFF 5 RDY 4 1 ULZ Unloading Position 3 ORDR Override (right) 2 ORDL Override Ileft) 1 1 IFH 0 LMUT

SCL Unclamp

Feed Hold Ineffective

LTUA

STBD

LREP

WM02

WTOD Tapping Override ON/OFF

-LOD Override Primary Check OFF

LRMT RS-232C Input Preparation

LPF Punch Oil Mist Select

output Change

0042

I 1 L E S - T I L E S - Y 1 LES-X I

LES+T

I !

LES+Y

LES+X 1

Override IX)

External OverridelY) External External External External Deceleration External Deceleration Deceleration Deceleration Deceteratron f-T) Slow Down f-X) f+TI (+Y) (+x) I-Y)

0043

l LCOF

LNBS 1 I

LEFX

I TDC

LCU

LSTI

LSTM

LSTO

1 I

Clutch.OFF Nibbling Start

Punch Finish

Striker f Inner)

Striker (Center)

Striker (Outer)

0044

WCST Start Button

WSTP

WPUN Punching Button

WOTR

WKEY

*stop Button

OT Release Program Button Protect Switch

0045

LBKDA Auto-Index Brake (A) Lower LS

I I

I 1

0046 \

w+c C-ax6 Origm

ITBL

W+T

w+x l +X Button

w-x

WCY

I
i W-Y 1

Auto-Index Turret Origin. ON/OFF

*-X Button +Y Button -Y Button

0047

STHD

LCPDB

LBK

LCP ,

LUSFZ

L C P D A .I P W H R , Auto-Index Clamp (A) Lower LS

PCS

Low Auto-Index Solenoid Clamp (B) Temperature Lower LS

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l :

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-19

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) MT -, PC


ADDRESS 0048 7 WSBK *Single Mode Button 6 WTCG Tool Change Button 5 LBKUB Auto-index Brake (8) U p p e r L S 4 TSTB DATA 3 WOPS *Optional stop ON/DF F Button 2 WBDT 1 WITT 0 LBKUA Auto-Index Brake (A) Upper LS

*Turret *Optional Block Skip ON/OFF ON/OFF Button Button

0049
l

WINCH Press select Switch (Inching)

LEPCB External Program Number Search I TO6


l

WCYC Press Select Switch ICycle)

WMLK Program Check Button

WSTM Stripping Miss ON/OFF Button I

LCPUA

LIPC

Auto-Index Auto-Index Clamp IA) Position Check Upper LS

---

0050

LWHDR

j LCPUB I 1 Auto-Index Brake (6) Lower LS

Auto-Index Clamp (B) Upper LS

0051

WEDT. Edit Mode

W M E M 1 WTAP Memory Mode

WMDI

! WMAN I

WZER Retract
MO&?

Tape Mode MD1 Mode Manual Mode

0052

TD9

TO7

TO6

TO15

TO5

TO4

TD3

0053
l

WFl Feedrate Switch IFl)

WF2 Feedrate Switch IF2)

WF3 * Feedrate Swrtch I F3) Fei?drate Swrtch (1)

Wl

.I

W2 Feedrate Switch 13)

-W3

Feedrate Switch 12)

0054

TDlO

TDll

TO14

TO13

TO12

TO2

TDl

TDO

I j

0055

LSPlA

LSPIB

LSPOA

LSPDB Index Pin (Lower) OUT LS

LWPH Work Pusher Origin LS

LMDN

I /

! I

Index Pin Index Pin Index Pin [Upper) IN (Lower) IN (Upper) OUT LS LS LS

NOTE: 1. PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4 . 0: Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-20

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357)


NC + PC
ADDRESS 7 OP 6 SA -5 STL 4 SPL DATA 3 ZPC Reference Point Return Complete (C) 2 ZPT Reference Point Return Complete (T) 1 ZPY Reference Point Return Complete (Y) 0 ZPX Reference Point Return Complete (Xl

0064

Automatic Servo Ready Operation ON

0065

MA Control System Ready

TIE Turret Positioning Finish

SPR L

RWD

RST

AL

Rewinding Reset Stripping Miss Signal - ON

NC Alarm

0066.

DST

TF

-EF External Function

MF

Manual Data Input Start

0067

M28

r ~~ M24

M22

M21

Ml6

Ml4

! I

Ml2

Ml 1

0068

I
1

ESC

EST In-Position IT)

E S Y In-Position (Y)

ESX In-Position IX1

MCC Motion Command (Cl

MCT Motion Command IT)

MCY

MCX

In-Position .(C)

Mot ion Motion Command Command (X) (Y)

0069

I I I

I MOO

MO1

MO2

M30

PF Press Start Signal

N6L

DEN

Nibbling ON Pulse Distribution End

007 1

T28

T24

T22

T21

i16

T14

T12

ill

0074

,
REND SEND I

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: 9:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-21

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357)


NC -, PC
ADDRESS 7 T46 6 T44 5 T42 4 T41 DATA 3 138 2 T34 1 T32 0 T31

0075

0079

RP3C Reference Point (3) Return Complete (Cl


I

RP3T Reference Point (31 Return Complete iT) j UD6 j

RP3Y Reference Point (3) Return Complete IY) U05

RP3X Reference Point (3) Return Complete (Xl

RPZC Reference Point (2) Return Complete (Cl uo3

RPZT defere-nce Point (2) Return Complete IT) uo2

RP2Y Reference Point 12) Return Complete IY) : UC1

RP2X R e f e r e n c e _.. Point (2) Return Complete (X) (/ lJo0 :

U07

.j

uo4

0081

uo15

UOl4

uo13

U012

j UOll j UOlO

i UO9

U06

:
J

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l :

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-22

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT.PEGA 357) PC + NC


ADDRESS
-. J

DATA 7 ! I 6 S V F X 1 Servo 0 F F (X) 5 4. ITX Interlock ix) i 3 4 1 2 +X 1 0

0096
.

Axis Axis Direction Direction Select t-X1 Select (+X)

0097

I :

SVFY

ITY lnrerlock i-f)

-Y

l Y

Servo OFF (Yl

Axis Axis DirectionDirection Select t-Y\ Select (+Yl

--.--

0098

SVFT I Servo OFF fT)

ITT Interlock in

-T

, 1

Axis Axis Direction Direction Select t-T1 Select (+Tl

0099

S V F C Servo OFF (C)

ITC Interlock IC)

-C

+c

Axis Axis Directton Direction Select f-C) Select t+C)

0100

OLK Display. Lock

TNG T Code lneffectlve

ovc

SBK

BDT

DRN

MFL

I ;

Machine Lock

Single Block Optional Block Skip

M Function Lock

0101

Z 1

TCNG Tool Change

JVT2

JVTl

FIN

: Start

ST

MIY

MIX

Reference Pomt Return

Manual Feedrare fT)

Fimsh

0102

! External Reset

ERS

RRW stop

SP

ESP

/
) MPS ! CPS

I /

PFW

PFL Press Start Lock

Reser & Rewrnd

Emergency Stop

Manual Press One Cycle Press Start Start Press Select Standby

0103

RT

ROV2

ROVl

JV16 ,

JV8

J V 4

l JV2

l JVl J

1 Rapid Traverse Override

Manual Conrinuous Feedrate Setting (X, Y)

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: 0:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit conrrol panel

5-23

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) PC -. NC


ADDRESS 7 MP4 6 MPZ 5 MPl 4 FV16 DATA 3 FV8 2 1 FV4 1 FV2 0 FVl . . . ,-y

0104

0105

KEY Program Protect

EDT

MEM

J Manual Mode

l-l

S .

Edit Mode Memory Mode

Tape Mode MDI Mode

.0106

EFS

MNS

External Operation Select Signal

Manual Continuous Press Select

0107

I I

I I

WN16

I I

WN8

WN4

i I

WN2

1 1 WNl ;

0114

8DT9

EDT8

1 /

GR8

GRA

0115
Backlash Reverse (C-axis)

0116

ED7

ED6

j ED5

ED4

ED3

ED2

ED1

ED0

0117

ED15

ED14

ED13

ED12

ED1 1

ED10

ED9.

ED8

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4 . 0:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-24

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357)


PC+ NC i
. . . ,. ADDRESS 7 ESTB L 6 EA6 5 EA5 4 EA4 DATA : 3 EA3 2 EA2 1 EAl 0 EAO

0118

0119

I I

I I

0120

0121

BDT?

EDT6

I I

BDT5

BDT4

6DT3

I ; /

ED+2

0122

Ul7

Ul6

Ul5

Ul4

Ul3

Ul2

Ull

UIO

0123

Ul15

u114

/ I

Ul13

Ul!2

Ulll

UllO

Ul9

Ul8

NOTE: 1 2. i 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: *:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals ,n relation to NC unit cdntrol panel

5-25

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) CONTROL RELAY


ADDRESS 7 MOOX j 6 MOlX 1 5 MOZX 4 M30X DATA 3 MlOX I j 2 Mllx / 1 M71X 1 0 M72X I / --.-i ..I. _: : I-,

0200

0201

M15X

M16X

M17X

M80X

M81X

M82X

M83X

M33X

i .

0202

M86X

M87X

M84X

M85X

/ 1

M08X

M09X

M12X I

M13X ;

;!

0203

M36X

M38X

M39X

M14X

M31 X

/ 1 I

M32X

, I I

0204

M4

M02R

M30R

M20H

M30H

M40H

M50H

j I

M60H

: I

0205

M2

M3

LFN

CTUP

MFX

MFY

i I

LOG1

0206

AORD i

ULX

wcx

LPX

ALMX

8NA

REP

W H S T

0207

MLKX

MLKY

MLKZ

W4

AUT

ORD

ITP

j MOZT

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l .

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-26

,,\

DlAdNOSTlC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) CONTROL RELAY


ADDRESS 7 STX 1 6 STY 5 COFX / 4 ZRR DATA 3 SPX 2 / ITA 1 ITPX 0 ITPE

.Y

;i

0208

0209

WHR

T04X

WRR

WRRX

W C R X 1 M A N X

RDYX

WTCX

0210

I i MCTX MCTY MCTZ ; Tl 00X TZOOX : I T3OOX / 1 STC , SMZ j 1

0211

-TFX

PUNIN Punching

T400X

E!=SR

TUIC j

PUN

MSPX

0212

WPX

EFSX

EFSY

TUIA

TUIB

WHY

/ I

0213

STOMX

T19X

TU2

TUX

T;Y

PTU

TPA

0214
1

TMR

ATX

ZPXX

ZPYX

ZPA

1 ?P6 1

0215

EMA

EM6

EMY r

ORDTL

ORDTR

RUN

NOTE: 1. PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4 . *: Signals In relation to NC unit control panel

5-27

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) CONTROL RELAY


ADDRESS 7 I i 1 TM01 6 TM02 5 TM03 4 TM04 DATA 3 TM06 1 2 TM06 1 I TM07 TM08 0 7 1

0216

:. 3

0217

TM09

TM10

TM11

TM12

TM13

TM15

TM16

\ I

0218

1 TM18 TM19 TM?0 1 TM21 1

TM17

TM22

TM23-

TM24

0219

TM25

TM26

TM27

TM28

TM29

TM30

TM31

TM32

i I

0220

TM33

TM34

TM35

TM36

TM37

TM36

TM39

TM40

0221

WHA

1 WHB

IWHS

I !

WHC

/ ITAT

CPE

./

0222,

I , L TCGA TCGB / TCGC TCGD TCGX TCGY

1 I I

0223

M38A

JBA

JE8

J8C ,

JBD

JBE

JEF

J8G

NOTE: 1. PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4. l : Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

....

5-28

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (EXCEPT PEGA 357) CONTROL RELAY


I

DATA 6 JBl ~5 JBK 4 JBJ 3 JBL 2 JSTB 1 JSTA 1 0

ADDRESS

7 JBH-

0224

0225

TAPX Tap Broken Detection

0226

I 1 MIIZ

I I

MIIY

I I I

0227

T35X

-NSOL

1 /

I f

I J

0228

0229

/ I

MSlX

MSZX

MSJX

MMX

IXF

0230

NTST Not Start .

WDPC

WDP Press Monitor

WDPA Press Monitor Aux.

HDLY

HEMG

Press Monitor Clear

Heating Hydraulic Delav Start Emergency Stop Aux.

0231

HDSP Hydraulic stop

SHC

SHSD

RDYA

,RDYB

R D Y C

Sefetv Clutch Valve OFF Solenoid H e a t i n g

NOTE: 1. PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4. l : Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-29

D I A G N O S T I C TABLE (PEGA 357 O N L Y ) PC + MT


ADDRESS 0000 7 OP 6 HFN 6 PTC 4 PLP DATA 3 PREP 2 PTUU 1 r PWPZ *Pusher Light 0

*Reposition- -Tapping A u t o m a t i c X- 81 Y-axes Tool X-Gauge Block Light ing Position Light Operation Origin Change Alarm Light ON Door Light Return Complete

0001

PSTL Start Button Light

PM LK Program Check Button Light

PSTM

PSPL

SAFV

PENB

-Stripping l stop Miss ON/ Button OFF Button Light Light

Safety-Valve Press Enable

0002 _

MSTM Striker (Center) Position Light

WSM

cux

PSBK

MST0

EMX

I ; I

PRDY

PfRT

I i I

Stripping Miss ON

Hit Counter

Single Mode Striker Button (Outer) Light Position Light

Emergency -NC Ready Turret stop L,ght Origin Light

0003

POP

PM00 !

PM01

PM02

PHCR -H-Clamp Light

PBNA

PWC

PWTC

-Automatic -Program -Optional Program Operation Stop Light Stop Light End Light Light

Lubrication -Clamp -Tool Alarm Open Light Change Light Switch Light

0004

1 j

PRPM

PSM

PORD

PZRC

PZRY -Y.Origln Light

PZRX - X-Orlgln Light

PCU TDC Light

-Override -Press -Stripping Motor Stop Miss Alarm Light Light Light

-C.Origln Light

0005

PTCG -Tool _ Change Burton Light

POPS

PBDT

P I T T

PF

NBL

: I

-~II DEN I

-Optional Turret -Optional Block Skip ON/OFF Stop ON/ OFF Button ON/OFF Button Light Button Light Light SWC SWH 1 APM ; ALM

Press Start Signal

Nibbling ON Pulse Dlsrr!butlon End

0006

SHP Index Pin ) I

MSPI

MSPO

I i

MST1

I I

Work Clamp Work Holder

Press Motoi Lub. Motor Index Pin IN Light Starr Start Command Command

Index Pin Striker O U T Llghr (Inner) Posltlon Light

0007

SST1 Striker (Inner)

SWS

ASTL

MOZCNT Product Counter

BSTL

SST0

IBK.

ICLP

Work Chute Automatic Operation

Scrap Conveyor Drive

Striker (Outer)

Auto-Index Auto-Index Brake Clamp -

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l .

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation fo NC unit control panel

5-30

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGi 357 ONLY) PC -i MT


i
_,I ADDRESS 7 AMA NC Ready 6 CLR Clear 5 STA 4 STB DATA 3 RST 2 WHR 1 STB 0 STC Tapping (CI

0 0 0 8

Tapping (Al Tapping (B) Reset -

0009

ARON Air- On

SWSE Work Selector

NCAM NC Alarm

SDTB

AEF External Motion Signal

TSO L - Tapping Main SOL

TAPN Tap Broken Light

CPSO Override External output

0010

1.

TRD

TSD

AT

AEPCA

WCBI

i I

NCK

DEN

MF

-.

Read End

Message Search End Tape. M e m o r y I Preparation Mode

M-function Pulse Diitribution Complete

0011

! I

M2B

M24

M22-

M21

/ Ml8 ;

Ml4

Ml2

Ml1

M-function

0012

I 1 i PNSP PCRSZ

I PCRSl

j I

PCSLi

PCBLl

PCZRZ

PCZRl

PCZER

0013

I ; L

/ STOA / STOB i STOC ABL Tapping Air Blow

Tapping Oil Mist (A)

Tapping Oil Mist (B)

Tapping Oil Mist (Cl

0014

! AUTO Tape. Memory, ;MDI Mode

SMOP

AWMF

AWMB

ATR

ATL

TCM

ATH Tap Clutch

Tapping Work Pusher Work Pusher Tapping Tapping (Backward) Drive Motor Drive Motor Oil Mist f Forward) (Main) (Standard I Reverse Rotation) Rotation)

0015

I I WC82 MACL

OTRS

( YlXlC@ (

HPM

ASPL

id

Hydraulic Autometic . Operat* Motor Rotation Peusa Command

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: -.

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-31

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA -357 ONLY)


MT -. PC
ADDRESS 7 6 LSTM X-Gauge Block LS Striker (Center) , 5 LHSX i 4 LBKUB / W DATA 3
I

2 + Y / WIT? 1

0032

4 1 .;

LOT--X~-j:x Overtravel LS 1+x)

Auto-Index X-Axis Brake (BI Origin Deceleration. Upper LS

+Y Button Turret ON/OFF Button

Overtravel LS f-X)

0033

WPUN *Punching Button

WCSTl Start Button

LHSY

LBKDA

W-X

WBDT

I j * L O T - Y : , LOT+Y Overtravel --LS (+Y)

Auto-Index Y-Axis Origin Brake (A) Deceleration Lower LS

-X Button Optional Overtravel Block-Skip LS (-YI ON/OFF Button

0034

SPR

j W;STPl / *stop Button

LHST

LBKDB

1 W+X : WOPS

LOT-T

LOTcT Overtravel LS I+)

Stripping Miss

Auto-Index Turret Brake (6) Origin Deceleration Lower LS

+X Button Optional Overtravel stop LS l-T) ON/OFF Button


!

0035

1 LLENA 1

LWTC

LHSC

WFWC

WORC

WOR

LOT-C

I LOT+C Overtravel LS I+c)

Work Clamp Override Lubrication Tool Change C-Axis Foot Switch ConfirFinish LS Origin Switch mation Deceleration Button

Override ON/OFF Switch

Overtravel LS i-C)

0036

1 WMDI r-

WTAP

i- WTS i

WLST

WMLK

WSTM Strippgng Miss ON/OFF Button I /

WZER Retract Mode

7 7 index Pin IN/OUT Swirch

l MDl Mode Tape Mode Turret

Lubrication Program Speed Select Button Check Button Switch

4;

0037

W+T Turret Origin

I j LMDFX

I WCYC LCPUB -l; WSTO

WFl

WTRL Turret Roratlon Button ICCW)

I W T R R Turret Rotation Button (CW)


r- --m-1

Press Motor Press OFF LS Select Switch ICvcle)

A&-Index Striker Posi- Feedrate Clamp (B) sitvon Select Switch Upper LS Switch (Fl) (Outer)
/ I

0038

SOFF Sekptencer OFC ,

ITBL Auto-Index ON/OFF

WF2 Feedrate Switch IF2)

! I

W E M PISWC

j PISWH I

LOD

j I

LTC

Emergency Work Clamp Work Hold Stdp Button P/S PIS

Override Primary Check OFF I

Tool Change Door LS

0039

WMAN Manual Mode

LCPDB

LCPDA

WEDT

WMEM

WF3 Feedrate Switch I F3)

WREP

WCC

Auto-index Auto-Index Edit Mode Memory Mode Clamp (A) Clamp (6) Lower LS Lower LS

ReposittonC-axis ing Origin Confirmation .

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: 0:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

_ :

5-32

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY)


MT -C PC
,:a^ . ::
I

DATA 7 1 LWSN : 6 LIDX 1 5 LSTD 4 ! LCPUA 3 L B K U A 1 2 LSTI 1 1 WSTI 1 0 ORDX 1

ADDRESS 0040

Work Chute Auto-Index Striker (Outq) Device (Normal)

Auto-Index Auto-Index Striker Brake (Al (Inner) Clamp (A) upper LS Upper LS

Striker Posi- Override (X1 lion Select Switch (Inner)

0041

WINCH a Press Select Switch (Inching)

W-Y

W3

WTCG Tool Change Button

WSBK

W2
l

Wl Feedrate Switch (1)

WKEY Program Protect Switch

-Y Button Feedrate Switch (3)

Single _ Feedrite Switch Mode Button (2)

0042

; I

LWSD

LIPC

L&-T / L E S - Y ! L E S - X

LES+T i ;LES+Y I

LEStX

External External External Override (Y) External Work Chute Auto-Index External Deceleration Deceleration Deceleration Deceleiauon Deceleration External Position (Down) (+T) Slow Down l-X) i+Y) i+xj l-T) Check

0043

LNBS ( LCOF I Clutch OFF Nibbling Start

LEFX Punch Fimsh

LCU

LSPIA

LSPIB ! L S P O A

LSPOB

TDC

Index Pin Index Pin Index Pin Index Pin (Upper) -IN (Lower) IN (Upper) OUT(Lower) OUT LS LS LS LS

-.
.* /

0044

LCP TD13 L M U T - ~Data Input

j I

WSTP2

/ I

LTUU

TAPC

TAPE Tap Broken Detaction (B)

L/UL stop _ Switch

Tap Broken Detection (Cl

0045

I , WMlL I WM02 output Change j STHD i WTOD LUSF2 RDY Start Ready WTDN Tap Retract Tapping Low OverrIde Solenoid Temperature ON/OFF Switch I 1 LTDA : TD15 LBK I MHDX 1 LWPH 1 LWHDR 1 LEPCB 1 TSTE, j Strove Signal Hydraulic. Work Pusher M o t o r Drwe Orlgln External Program Number Search

9046

Tapmg
Down (A)

Dara Input

0047

TD14

TD? I

TD5

TO3

TO12

TO8

TD6

TD4

Data Input

NOTE: 1.. PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4 . 0: Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-33

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY) MT + PC


ADDRESS 0048 7 WJST Schedule Operation Start 6 ULZ Unloading Position 5 4 l/O 1 l/O Connection Unit Only One DATA 3 PTHU 2 LMDN 1 IFH Feed Hold Ineffective 0 ,i _ .,,

0049

LTDC Tapping Down (Cl

TDO Data Input

LTUA

WWPB

LWHF

LWS L

TDlO Data

TDll Input -

Reposition- Work _ Work ing Ease Selector IL) Pusher (Backward) Down (Front) LS I I LWSR MFNX TD2 : TO9 Data Input ; I

0050

I LWHR Repositioning Base Down (Rear) LS ; P/S WCA2 I

TDl

1 I

Work Loading Selector fR) Finish

0051

EX4NG Additional Axis Signal Ignorance (Input)

WWPF Work Pusher I Forward)

LREP Repositioning Base Up/Down Switch

SCL

TAPA Tap Broken Detection (A) I ! I

ORDR / Override (Right)

i /

ORDL

) I

Unclamp

Override (Left)

0052

! INOT PlSWCAl WCZRZ HQPS Oil Pressure Down

I I

WCZRl

T WCZER ,

j !

WCEFF

_ 1

0053

LTUD Tapping Unit Lower Limit

s LTDB Tapping Down (B)

LRMT RS-232C Input Preparation

STBD

PWHR

L R R W

L E R S I

PCS

, i

External External Reset Reset and - R e w i n d I PlSWCBl I W M O O I I j I i

0054 ,

WC+OT < \

WC-OT

PlSWCB2

WCBL2

WCRS

WCBLl

0055

, ,

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l .

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-34

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY)


M C + PC
;$ ;,;f ADDRESS 7 OP 1 6 SA 5 STL 4 SPL DATA 3 ZPC Reference Point Return Complete IC) Z 2 P T 1 ZPY Reference Point Return Complere IY) 0 ZPX Reference Point Return Complete IX)

0064

Automatic Servo Ready Operation ON

Reference Point Return Complete IT)

0065

MA Control System Ready

TIE

SC2

SC1

SPR L

RWD

RST

AL NC Alarm

T u r r e t Positioning Finish

Stripping - Rewinding Reset Miss Signal ON

\,
0066

DST Manual Data Input Start

! I

TF

EF External Function

MF

0067

M2B

M24

/ I

M22

:;

f-A21 1

Ml8

Ml4

-Ml2

I ; I

Ml1

) 1

0068

( ESC
In-Position (C)

EST

ESY IrkPositIon (Y)

ESX

MCC

I
/

MCT

MCY Motion Command (Yl

MCX Motion Command IX)

In-Position IT1

I n-Position IX)

Motion Command (Cl

Motion Command (T)

0069

MOO

MO1

I /

MO2

/ / M30

I I

PF,

NBL

DEN Pulse Distribution End

Punch Command

Nibbling Signal

0070

! ! I

! I

I 1

007 1

T28

T24

T22

T21

T18

T14

T12

Tl 1

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: Programmable controller MT: Machine NC: Numerical Control Unit -: Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-35

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY) NC - PC


ADDRESS 7 6 I 5 4 DATA 3 2 1 0

0072

.. .L.kY

0073

0074

REND

I L

SEND

1 I I

0075

T48

T44

/ I

T42

T41

T38

T34

T32

T31

0076

0077

I I I I

I I I

I I

0078
1

I I

I I

0079

RP3C Reference Point (3) Return Complete (Cl

RP3T Reference Point (3) Return Complete (T)

RP3Y Reference Point (3) Return Complete (Y)

RP3X Reference Point (3) Return Complete 1x1

RP2C

RPZT

RP2YReference Point 12) Return Complete (Y)

RPPX Reference Point (2) Return Complete (X)

, Reference Reference Point 12) Point (2) Return Return Complete Complete (C) IT)

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4 . *:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel
\ :I .i

5-36

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY)


N C -, PCI

DATA 7 6 uo7 5 uo5 1 4 uo4 3 uo3 2 uo2 1 UOl ,. 0 uoo

ADDRESS

, z.

0080

I !-

uo7

0081

uo15

uo14

UO13

UO12

UOll

UOlO

uo9

U08

0082

---1

-0083

-7. ----._A-.

.!_.-. -_ .l

-------

. -.- -. .r--- .-- -I---- 1 - ._.i- i _.-..- L.L.-..---I~-.-L-I

0084

0085

--

-7 -

.--?--

,0086 i

0087

I I r I

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. Ml: 3. NC: 4 . *:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit con&l panel

5-37

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY) PC + NC


ADDRESS 7 6 SVFX ! I Servo OFF IX) 5 1 4 ITX DATA 3 -x .2 +x 1 0 .. :: _ ., <./

0096

Interlock (X)

AXiS Axis Direction Direction Select (-Xl Select (+X)

0097

l SVFY
Servo OFF IY)

ITY Interlock IYI

- Y

CY

I .

Axis Axis _ Direction Direction Select 1-Y) Select ICY)

0098
Servo 0 F F IT)

ITT Interlock (Tl

!.

I -T I

CT

A x i s Axis Direction Direction Select t-T) Select (+T)

0099
Servo OFF (C) lnreilock (C) Axis Axis Direction Direction Se!ect f-C) Select I+C)

_,I I

-.

0100

I MLK Machine Lock , Display Lock

DLK I

EDT I OVC ; SBK ! --A Single Block Optional T Code Block Skip lneffectwe TNG

DRN

I 1

MFL

M Function Lock

-2

0101

I N

TCNG

JVT2

JVTl

FIN Finish Starr

ST

MIY

; I

MIX

Reference Pomt Return

Tool Change

Manual Feedrate (TI

0102
Ext@rnal Reset, t

RRW Reset & Rewnd

1 -stop

SP

ESP Emergency Stop

MPS

CPS

PFW

I /

Manual Press One Cvcle Press Start Press Select Standby Start

Press Starr Lock

0103

RT

ROV2

ROVl

JV16

I I

JV8

JV4

JV2.

JVl I

Rapid Traverse Override

r Manual Continuous Feedrate Setting (X. Y)

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l .

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-38

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE @EGA 357 ONLY) PC + NC


ADDRESS 2
i

DATA 7 MP4
I

6 MP2

5 MPl

4
I

3 FV8

2 FV4

1 l FV2

0 FVl

0104

FV16

0105

KEY Program Protect

EDT

MEM

E d i t M o d e Memqry Mode

Tape Mode MDI Mode Manual Mode

0106

r EFS External Operation Select S i g n a l

I 1

MNS

\ I

I 1

Manual C o n t i n u o u s Press Select

0107

WN16

WN8

WN4

WN2

WNl

0108

I ,

I I

/ I

I I

0109

I I

I I

I I

,,Ol 10 i

0111

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l :

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-39

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY) PC -, NC


ADDRESS 7 6 I / 5 4 DATA 3 2 1 0

0112

0113

! I

0114

8OT9

8DT8

GR8

GRA

ill5

AITS

I
I

Backlash Reverse (C-axis)

0116

ED7

ED6

ED5

ED4

ED3

ED2 ED1 j ED0

0117

ED15

j I

ED14

ED13

ED12

ED11

j I

ED10

ED8

0118.

EST8

I /

EA6

EA5

EA4

EA3

I ;

I EA2 EAl E A

1 O

0119

I I I

I I

1 I

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: 0:

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC umt control panel

5-40

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA- ?NLY) PC + NC


?
,i ADDRESS 7 6 5 4 DATA 3 2 1 0

0120

0121

BDT7

BDT6

BDT5

BDT4

BDT3

BDT2

0122

I--~

Ul7

U16

Ul5

Ul4

Ul3

Ul2

Ull

VI0

0123

Ul15

Ul14

Ul13

Ul12

Ulil

UllO

-u19

Ul8

0124

/ I

0125

0126

I I

0127

1 I

I
-

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l :

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-41

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY) PC -, NC


ADDRESS DATA

0200

MOOX

MO1 X

MOZX

M3OX

MlOX

MllX

M71 X

M72X

0201

M15X

M16X

M17X

M8OX

M81X

M82X

M83X

M33X ..

0202

M86X

M87X

M84X

M85X

MO6X

MO9X

Ml2X

M13X

0203

&135X

M38X

[-

$39X

M14X

M31X

M32X

I.

0204

M4

MO2R

M3OR

-1

MiOH

M30H

M40H

M5OH

M60H

0205

Ml

M2

M3

LFN

CTUP

MFX

MFY

LOG1

.I

0206

AORD

ULX

wcx

LPX

ALMX

8NA

REP

WHST

0207

MLKX

MLKY

MLKZ

w4 r

AUT

ORD

ITP

MO2T

NOTE: 1. PC: Programmable controller 2. MT: Machine 3. NC: Numerical Control Unit 4 . l. . Signalsin relation to NC unit control panel

5-42

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE- (PEGA 357 PC + NC


AQDRESS ,.. 7 STX 6 STY 5 COFX

ONLY)
DATA 4 ZRR 3 SPX 2 ITA 1 ITPX 0 ITPE

0208

0209

WHR

TO4 X

WRR

WRRX

WCRX

M A H X

RDYX

WTCX

0210

r MCTX i M&Y

I j

MCTZ

TlOOX .-

T200X

T3OOX

STC

SMZ

0211

I ! TFX

I I

T400X

EFSR

TUIC

PUN

/ MSiX

0212

r--WPX

-I

EFSY

j TUIA 1 TUIB

WHY

1 l/O

Xl

AT

0213

I STOMX T19X I TUZ TUX TUY PUNIN Punching PTU TPA

0214

I I

I TMR

ATX

ZPXX

ZPYX

ZPA

ZPB

0215

EMA

EMB

EMY ?

OROTL

OROTR

RUN

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: *. .

Programmable controller Machine Numerical Control Unit Signals in relation to NC unit control panel

5-43

DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY)


PC + NC
ADDRESS 7
/

DATA 6
I

5 TM03

4 TM04

3 TM05

2 TM06

1 TM07

0 TM08

0216

TM01

TM02

0217

TM09

TM10

TM1 1

TM12

TM13,,

TM14

TM15

TM16

0218

TM17

TM18,

TM19

TM20

TM21

TM22

TM23

T M 2 4

0219

TM25

TM26

TM27

TM28

TM29

TM30

TM31

TM32

0220

TM33

TM34

TM35

TM36

TM37

TM38

TM39

TM40

022 1

WHA

I WH6

IWHS

WHC

ITAT

CPE

I I

I I

0222.. 1

TCGA

TCGE

TCGC

TCGD

TCGX

TCGY

0223

M38A

J8A

JBE

JBC

J8D

JEE

JBF

J8G

NOTE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

PC: MT: NC: 0:

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DIAGNOSTIC TABLE (PEGA 357 ONLY)


PC -. NC
1 ADDRESS 7 J6H 6 JEI 5 JBK 4. JBJ DATA 3 J8L 2 JST6 1 JSTA 0

0224

0225
Tap

TAPX

Broken Detection

0226

I ,I ! MllY Ml12 i I

I I

0227

T35X

NSOL

0228

I I

I I

I I I

1 I

0229

MSlX

I j

MSZX

MS3X

MS4X

IXF

I I

0230 i

NTST

WDPC

WDP

WDPA Press Monitor AUX.

HDLY

HEMG

Not Start

Press Monitor Clear

Press Monitor

Heating Hydraulrc Delay Start Emergency Stop Aux.

0231

HDSP Hydraulic stop

SHC

SHSCJ

RDYA

RDY8

R D Y C

Clutch Safety Solenoid Valve OFF H e a t i n g

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-

NOTE: 1. PC: 2. MT: 3. NC: 4. l :

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ACCESSORIES
PNEUMATIC X-GAUGE BLOCK . . . . .,. . . . . . . . . . WORK PUSHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WORKPIECE/SCRAP SEPARATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . TAPPING UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HYDRAULIC WORK CLAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PUNCH ASSEMBLY JIG SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUTO-INDEX DEVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TAPE PUNCH INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-l ............ 6 - l ............. 6-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . G-3. ............ 6-4 ............ 6-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6

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ACCESSORIES

PNEUMATIC X-GAUGE BLOCK


This X-gauge block is raised and lowered by air pressure. Its switch is on the Control Panel A. It can also be operated by hand after opening valves (1) and (21, and closing valve (3). See the figure below.

WORK PUSHER
The work pusher assists- the operator in moving h&avy worksheets against the clamp to properly position them. The work pusher is controlled by the switch on the Control Panel A. It will move only when the clamps are open. If the switch is set to FORWARD, the work pusher pushes the worksheet; if it is set to BACKWARD, the Nork pusher returns to its origin. While the work pusher is not at its origin, the machine is locked and will not start. See Photo 17.

-dX.GAUGE BLOCK

P.

AIR CYLlNOEti

AIR CYL k VALVE 12) SO&IO VALVE

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WORKPIECEBCRAP SEPARATOR
This separator switches the scrap chute passage from left to right (and vice versa) by program instruction so that finished workpieces and scrap are.separated. See Photo 18. l When M82 is input, the separator moves to the right. l When M83 is input, the separator moves to the left. The separstor automatically moves to the-left when: (a) The NC power is turned on. lb) The RESET button is pushed. (4 Emergency stop occurs. _ . _I ? .. - /

-.j--,;.- _~ i. t .-.- -!\


w RIGHT
0

LEFT

[Photo 181

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TAPPING UNIT
The tapping unit is capable of automatically cutting threads 3 to 6 mm in size. See Photo 19. When the tapping start command is input, tapping will be performed at all specified positions until the tapping end command Ml 7 is read. The tapping start is instructed by the Ml 5 code when the tapping unit is mounted in front and by the Ml4 code when the unit is mounted in the rear. Exanipie G92X183O.Yl270. G90X500.Y20O.T203 . . . . . . . . . . Hole punching _ ~ X300. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hole punching Ml 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tapping start command X5OO.Y200. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tapping X300. ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tapping Ml7 . . . . ., . . . . . . -. . . . . . . . . ; . . . Tapping end command G50

300

M5 THREADED H O L E

r4

500

FRONT

NOTE: The tapping unit is 400 mm offset from the punch center. Consequently, the tapping range is shifted 400 mm from the punching range along the X-axis. In the .COMA 567 with the tapping unit installed on the front, the punching range is -10 i to 1840 mm and the tapping range is -410 to 1446 mm. \

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HYDRAULIC WORK CLAMP


The hydraulic work clamp, which has a greater clamping force than the standard pneumatic clamp, is designed for applications where thick or heavy worksheets are punched. The hydraulic work clamp comes in two types; an L-type (Clamping force: Approx. 315 kg) and an H-type (Clamping force: Approx. 900 kg). See Photo 20. If your machine is equipped with the H-type clamp, the CLAMP SELECT switch (w/key) located eon the electrical enclosure mustbe set to H-TYPE CLAMP. (left). This causes the machine to be set as follows: (a) The punching range is changed. The area shown in the figure below is the additional. overtravel zone added when the H-type clamp is used. (b) The axis feedrate is automatically set to F3 unless it is set to F4 by the FEEDRATE.. switch (41) or the program instruction. CAUTION: The CLAMP SELECT switch must be set to H-TYPE CLAMP (left) if the H-type hydraulic work clamp is used. Failure to do so may cause-damage to the-machine because the H-type clamp cannot entertietieen the upper and lower turrets.

4
[Photo 201

H-TYPE CLAMP OdERTRAVEL ZONE I -. A. 8 k 560 mm (19.69) Ck 130mm (5.12) H-&AMP

:-. _,

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, -A\

PLiNCH ASSEMBLY JIG SET


This jig set is used to disassemble and reassemble punches. It is mounted on the desk fastened to the machine frame. See Photo 21. Jig A - Type C, D, E, or F punch assembly is inserted in order to disassemble/reassemble the punch tip, stripping spring and punch head, etc. Jig B - Type A or 8 shaped punch assembly is inserted in order to adjust the punch height as well as to disassemble/reassemble the punch head and stripping spring, etc. Jig C - The punch body of Type A or B round punch assembly is tightened by the lever in order to adjust the punch height as well as to disassemble/reassemble the punch head and stripping spring, etc.

AUTO-INDEX DEVICE
The auto-index device rotates shaped punches and dies to any desired angle under program control. It can control two sets of type B tools in the TAPE, MEMORY, and MDI modes. See photo 22; For the details of this device, see the PROGRAMMING MANUAL and the TOOLING MANUAL.

[Photo 211

IPhoto 221

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TAPE PUNCH INTERFACE


This interface allows programs in NC memory to be punched on the tape. Applicable Tape Puncher Interface (a) TELETYPE ASR33 or ASR43 (b) FACIT 4070 (c) EIA-RS232C Connector configuration Connector for TELETYPE ASR33 or ASR43 Connector for FACIT4070
.-- 3 ..\ ..; : .:,, ., ..Y

(MR20LFH) Connector for EIA-RS232C

(MR20LFH)

(DB-25) NOTE: The tape puncher, cable, connector and tape puncher power supply must be furnished by the customer.
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OPERATION PREPARATION 1. Connect the tape puncher and turn it on so that it is ready to operate.

2. Push the SET button. -A 3. Push PAGE button -i- or It:- to select the page shown in the figure below. /
SETTING DATA 01 : 00099 NW99

2 M I R R O R ItlRGE =0 <0:OFF 1:ON) Y RIRROR IllRGE =0 C0:OFF 1:ON) C NIRROR .ItlRGE =0 C9:OFF 1:ON) TV CHECK =0 C0:OFF l:ON) PUNCH CODE =0 (0:EIFI 1:ISO) INPUT UNIT =l (Q:tltl S:INCH> I N P U T D E V I C E 1 =0 C0:TFIPE l:RR(T) I N P U T D E V I C E 2 =B <l:RS232C) RUNNING TIflE 0 \

000SH~
LSK

02))
aes

06s

//

4. Push CURSOR button T or _ _--. 5.

.--._ f to move the cursor under PUNCH CODE,

Turn the PRO PROTECT switch (48) to OFF.

6. Turn the MODE switch (43) to MDI.. 7. Press ADDRESS key --_ I and DATA key -0 if the program is to be punched on the P tape in EIA code. Press DATA key ~-I- if it is to be punched in ISOcode. . . . . . ._. . . . . EIA code P---, -6 p._, 1. ; . . . . . . . . . IS0 code 8. Push the - PUT.- button. iN 9. Check that thedata bits for INPUT DEVICE 1 and INPUT DEVICE 2 are zero.

10. Push PAGE button -I-to select the page shown in the figure below. f

SETTING DATF\ DRTCI *ii;

02

: NO.

00099

I40099

DRTR

0050 0059 0067 0060 0141 0151 0102 8153 ,134

5 0155 0, 2' 0156 0 6 0157 0 0 0150, 0 0 0319 ie100001 se 0340 0 0 0341 0 0 0434 9 0 043s e 0 es39 0
LSK MS

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t 11. Push CURSOR button $7 or 7 to move the cursor under NO. 0341. 12. Press ADDRESS key:=, and DATA keysiT ,11,:2. ;m!, ori*, according - to the type of tape puncher interface to be used. P 0.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PACIT 4070 _-, :p, -............... TELETYPE ASR33 or ASR43 1 ipl, -2, -.#..,.......... E IA-RS232C, 1200 Baud m, .3.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EIA-RS232C, 2400 Baud :p], 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EIA-RS232C, 4800 Baud 13. Push thej INPUT button. .. __ _ r: -/ -.

NOTE: Standard specifications of the TELETYPE ASR33 or ASR43 and the EIA-RS232C interfaces are as follows: Baud rate . . . . . . . . . 1200 (ASR33/43 and RS232C) 2400 (RS232C) 4 8 0 0 (RS232C) Start bit . . . . . . . . . . 1 Stop bit . . . . :. . . . . 2 Control code . . . . . . DCl, DC2, DC3, and DC4

OPERATION 1. Push the


I

SET , button and check that the PUNCH CODE is properly set.

2. Turn the MODE switch (43) to EDIT. 3. Push theiPRGRMJ button. --and enter the program number of the program required with 4. Press ADDRESS key - 0 the DATA keys. When punching all programs in memory on the tape, press ADDRESS key 0 and , DATA keys T 9 ..-. 9-,- 9., -- - and -9 1 in that order. 5. Push the: PUNCH- s button (10). The program will be punched on the tape as follows: When one program is punched

. . . . . . . . &p;

- Program - ER . . . . . . . . Spacefeed: Apprbx. 90 cm (3)

4
Space feed: Approx. 90 cm (3)

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._

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When all prpgrams are punched . . . . . . . . ER;-- Program - .--.*-*- c---Program ~..i..~~. \ Space feed: Approx. 90 cm (3) , Space feed : Approx. 30 cm (1) Space feed: Approx. 30 cm (1) - - -ER ..*-.a-Space feed: Approx. 30 cm (1)

, - Program - -COO.-.. - Program , Space feed: Approx. 30 cm (1) -

-._ __._. - NOTE: (a) To shorten the space feed, press the CAN key while the space feed is being __ __ punched. (b) If the. RESET button is pushed during tape punching, punching wili stop.

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