😅 That would be me. I'm still learning. This was more or less a DN Solutions fanuc post my company purchased and I am adding the coolant codes to it. Maybe I should have them pay to make the changes we need and move on.
I will try it out, Thanks for the tip!
So from my understanding, the M7 is default for Full power (1000psi). The second code M91, M92, and M93, is what lets the control know which pressure to limit to. The MP system was setup by the company that installed the machine but It was explained that...
I am using this to call up my coolant commands. I noticed in your previous picture, it has a "/" and two M codes in the same line. Would it post both and you go in manually and remove one of those M codes depending on the machine or will the post choose one for you?
Thank you for responding.
I need the output to look like this:
I am very new to post editing and I have a class scheduled with Cimquest next week. I thought this would be something simple to get me somewhat familiar with how the post is setup. It's proven to be a lot...
We have a new machine, DN 3100LY, and it has an MP system with Programmable pressure.
I am editing my Mastercam Post to reflect the coolant commands, but it doesn't seem to output correctly.
I need an
M7; for 1000psi,
M91; for 250psi,
Interesting, So if you move it manually, it just forgets where it is? I was told, there are two tailstock buttons on the control, one ejects the pin and the other goes to the last known location of the tailstock. Does that second button not work if you move it manually? i think mine, does but...
I will definitely give this a shot. I did find out today, when everything is home, i had to press and hold the blue reset button next to the power button. I don't know what that does but it seemed to fix all my issues. I guess it didn't know where the tailstock was to begin with. It's a brand...
I had a DN Rep in my place of work to show me somethings about the machine and answer some questions. One of my questions was, how do i program the tailstock? It's not servo driven, its the drag style tailstock. This is a 2023 DN Solutions 3100LY and I was shocked to see it has the...
I called Haas about getting my controls updated (I am not allowed to use Haas Connect to update) and they recommended I don't update and there is no reason to update. I pushed to have my machines updated but they really don't want to update.
I spoke to 3 Haas reps from my local sales company and No one knows what these numbers are. One guy told me "It's hours" but the machine was on for 8 hours and the number hasn't changed. Another rep said "the time is in current commands" which is not the real time since you can Origin...
I was asked to get the amount of power on hours from the Haas Lathe we have. We have the Next Gen control so I followed This Video. In the video, it shows Hours:Minutes:Seconds, but mine does not look like that. It just has one number "306" I waited an hour and 45 minutes and the...
Thanks for the help everyone. After getting quotes from Okuma, DMG Mori, Mazak, and Haas, boss decided to get a DN. The price they gave us and the capabilities of the machine made sense to them. It was fun to learn about all these machines but I think they had their mind made up before I even...
Is what I described, Laminating?
I am dealing with a similar issue on my 1995 Suzuki Carry and i've seen many people say to weld over the original frame after cleaning the rust. I haven't seen any issues so far but it hasn't been very long.
First of all, that thing is cool af. I love it.
Second, I wouldn't cut the section out, I would clean the area and seal the rust with a rust converter, weld plate Over it. Many frames are heat treated and it may effect the heat treatment if you cut and weld soft metal in place, but keeping the...
Thank goodness you posted that. It all makes sense now. The donkey put it into perspective, the rest was just a bonus. I wish there was a thumbs down reaction so I can thumbs down everyone's responses but this one.
Fellow NJ resident here.
I was recently (within the past year) looking for a job in NJ. I had recruiters calling me left and right. They found me from Linkedin and indeed.
That being said, Hire a recruiter. I got two jobs through Aerotek, they found me both times on Linkedin. Heck, i still get...
What is the manufacture of the EDM. I tried looking up the HF EDM HP name and there's not much information on it.
Do you have to use their software? Could you write a simple gcode manually and load it into the machine?
If it's just making straight cuts, it shouldn't be too hard to write by hand.