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  • Page 2 Introduction This manual is a guide for using the MITSUBISHI CNC C80 Series. This manual describes operations, production processes and maintenances for users who operate the MITSUBISHI CNC installed machine tool. Read this manual thoroughly before using CNC unit. Moreover study the "Precautions for Safety" on the next page before use to use the unit safely.
  • Page 3 Manual List Manuals related to M800/M80/E80/C80 Series are listed as follows. These manuals are written on the assumption that all optional functions are added to the targeted model. Some functions or screens may not be available depending on the machine or specifications set by MTB. (Confirm the specifications before use.)
  • Page 4 Manuals for MTBs (NC) Manual IB No. Purpose and Contents  Model selection M800/M80/E80/C80 Series IB-1501505 Specifications Manual (Function)  Outline of various functions  Model selection M800/M80/E80/C80 Series IB-1501506 Specifications Manual (Hardware)  Specifications of hardware unit  Detailed specifications of hardware unit...
  • Page 5 (Monitor) GOT2000 Series Connection  Outline of connection types and connection method between Manual (Mitsubishi Electric SH-081197 GOT and Mitsubishi Electric connection devices Products) GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen  Outline of screen design method using screen creation SH-081220 Design Manual software GT Designer3 ■...
  • Page 6 Manual Purpose and Contents M800/M80 Series Smart safety BNP-C3072-022 observation Specification manual  Explanation for smart safety observation function C80 Series Smart safety observation BNP-C3077-022 Specification manual M800/M80 Series CC-Link (Master/ BNP-C3072-089  Explanation for CC-Link Local) Specification manual M800/M80 Series PROFIBUS-DP BNP-C3072-118 ...
  • Page 8 Precautions for Safety Always read the specifications issued by the MTB, this manual, related manuals and attached documents before installation, operation, programming, maintenance or inspection to ensure correct use. Understand this numerical controller, safety items and cautions before using the unit. This manual ranks the safety precautions into "DANGER", "WARNING"...
  • Page 9 WARNING 1. Items related to program development Do not assign any startup switch for C80 on GOT's touch key. If a communication fault (including cable discon- nection) occurs between GOT and CNC C80, the communication will be suspended and the GOT will become in- operative.
  • Page 10 CAUTION The program including a character of any language other than the display language is not correctly displayed. Do not edit such a program. Any part of the program other than the comment part may also be changed if edited. To prevent influence from data omission and data transformation in the communication circuit, always verify the data after inputting and outputting machining programs.
  • Page 11 CAUTION Do not replace the battery while the power is ON. Read the manual carefully and pay careful attention to safety for the on-line operation (especially program change, forced stop or operation change) performed by connecting peripheral devices to the CNC CPU module during op- eration.
  • Page 12 CAUTION 9. Other items MITSUBISHI CNC C80, which is an open equipment, must be installed within a sealed metal control panel (IP54 or higher). C80 must also be used and stored under the conditions listed in the table of specifications below. Item Specification Ambient tempera-...
  • Page 14 Treatment of waste The following two laws will apply when disposing of this product. Considerations must be made to each law. The following laws are in effect in Japan. Thus, when using this product overseas, the local laws will have a priority.
  • Page 16 This symbol mark is according to the directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for end- users and Annex II. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol means that batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
  • Page 18 MELDAS, MELSEC, EZSocket, EZMotion, iQ Platform, MELSEC iQ-R, MELSOFT, GOT, CC-Link, CC-Link/LT, CC-Link IE, CC-Link IE/field, EcoMonitorLight and SLMP are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in Japan and/or other countries. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 20 本製品の取扱いについて ( 日本語 /Japanese) 本製品は工業用 ( クラス A) 電磁環境適合機器です。販売者あるいは使用者はこの点に注意し、住商業環境以外で の使用をお願いいたします。 Handling of our product (English) This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. 본...
  • Page 22: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Outline of Menu Items..........................1 2 Screen Operations ............................7 2.1 Graphic Operation Terminal (GOT) .......................... 8 2.1.1 Screen Operation of GOT ..........................8 2.1.2 Explanations of the screens ..........................9 2.1.3 Messages............................... 13 2.1.4 External memory interface ..........................14 2.2 CNC Monitor2 Screen.............................
  • Page 23 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program ..................97 4.1 Inputting and Outputting a Program........................98 4.2 Selecting a Device, Directory and File........................102 4.3 Transferring a File..............................105 4.4 Comparing Files (Compare) ..........................108 4.5 Erasing a File................................ 109 4.6 Changing a File Name (Rename) .........................
  • Page 24 5.9 Setting Workpiece Coordinate System Shift......................226 5.9.1 Manually Setting the Workpiece Coordinate System Shift Value..............230 5.9.2 Automatically Setting the Workpiece Coordinate System Shift Value............232 6 Setting Parameters ..........................235 6.1 Setting User Parameters ............................236 6.1.1 Selecting the Parameter Number......................... 238 6.1.2 Setting the Parameters ..........................
  • Page 25 9.5 Correcting the Machining Program ........................335 9.5.1 Program Editing ............................335 9.5.2 Buffer Correction ............................341 10 Troubleshooting............................. 345 10.1 Confirming the NC Message (Alarm Screen) ..................... 346 10.1.1 Alarm History.............................. 348 10.2 Checking Machine Status ........................... 350 10.2.1 System Configuration Screen ........................350 10.2.2 Option Display Screen ..........................
  • Page 26: Outline Of Menu Items

    Outline of Menu Items IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 27 C80 Series Instruction Manual 1 Outline of Menu Items 1Outline of Menu Items This chapter explains the outline of the menus for each screen. Refer to the corresponding section for detailed operation. Monitor screen (Monitr) Menus Details Reference This executes operation search.
  • Page 28 C80 Series Instruction Manual 1 Outline of Menu Items Menus Details Reference This displays the spindle load, NC axis load, etc., with a bar 9.2.10 Load Meter Display graph. The display contents differ depending on MTB specifica- LdMeter tion. This displays the current spindle tool number and the tool num- 9.2.11 Spindle, Standby Display...
  • Page 29 C80 Series Instruction Manual 1 Outline of Menu Items Menus Details Reference This manages the tool life data. 5.6 Tool Life Management The life management data such as the tool usage is set and dis- T-life played. There are two types of the tool life management method.
  • Page 30 C80 Series Instruction Manual 1 Outline of Menu Items Edit screen Menus Details Reference This edits a machining program. 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Edit This inputs and outputs the program between the NC internal 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program memory and the external input/output device.
  • Page 31 C80 Series Instruction Manual 1 Outline of Menu Items Maintenance screen (Mainte) Menus Details Reference This performs NC memory format, absolute position parameter 10.3.2 Checking Alarms of Drive Unit setting and maintenance data backup. 10.3.3 Collecting the Data on the Diag-...
  • Page 32: Screen Operations

    Screen Operations IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 33: Graphic Operation Terminal (got)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2Screen Operations 2.1 Graphic Operation Terminal (GOT) 2.1.1 Screen Operation of GOT At the start, use one of the following methods to display CNC monitor2 screen on a GOT. Press (CNC monitor2) button on the Utility screen.
  • Page 34: Explanations Of The Screens

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.1.2 Explanations of the screens SVGA IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 35 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations VGA The function window appears at the top of the screen by pressing This window shows messages and machine status. You can also switch the CNCs through the window. For some errors, such as "Communication error", the window appears automatically upon the occurrence.
  • Page 36 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Display Items Display items Details Monitor area Displays the image output from CNC. By touching the monitor area, the operations such as a screen transition can be per- formed. For details, refer to "2.2 CNC Monitor2 Screen".
  • Page 37 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations The following keys are provided on the keyboard. These keys are displayed on the GOT with SVGA resolutions. Key type Operation Data setting key A B C D E F These keys are pressed to set alphabetic characters, nu- G H I J K L merals and operation symbols, etc.
  • Page 38: Messages

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.1.3 Messages The following tables show the messages displayed at the top of the screen. Operation messages Display Details Select a channel. This message appears at the first screen transition after power ON without connec- tion setting.
  • Page 39: External Memory Interface

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.1.4 External memory interface The external memory interfaces are mounted on the GOT. Using the front-side USB memory interface, the input/output operations of the data such as machining programs are avail- able. For details on the I/O operation, refer to "Chapter 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program" and " Chapter 11 Per- forming a Backup Operation".
  • Page 40: Cnc Monitor2 Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.2 CNC Monitor2 Screen (12) (10) (13) (14) (11) (15) (16) IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 41 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Display items Display items Details Unit name/icon display The currently displayed unit name (name set in the parameter "#1135 unt_nm") is dis- played. When the unit name is not set, it is not displayed.
  • Page 42: Displayed Part System

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.2.1 Displayed Part System Changing the part system with Press key to change the displayed part system. The displayed part system No. is counted up by one each time the key is pressed. If the displayed part system No. exceeds the parameter "#11055 Disp.
  • Page 43: Nc Status

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Note (1) When "1" is set, the color is changed depending on the setting of the parameter "#11060 Screen theme color". Displaying the sub part system name When the part system operates, which is set to sub part system with the parameter "#12049 SBS_no", the sub part system name can be displayed as the part system name.
  • Page 44: Operation Mode/mdi Status

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.2.3 Operation mode/MDI status The displayed part system operation mode and MDI status are displayed. When the operation mode or MDI status is changed, the display changes as follows. Display Details Details Memory Memory operation Automatic operation is based on programs stored in the memory.
  • Page 45: Alarms/warnings

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.2.5 Alarms/Warnings When an alarm or warning occurs, the alarm No. and alarm message character string are displayed. (Example) Warning message display SYS2 M01 No operation mode Type Details Character color Background color...
  • Page 46: Changing The Screen Theme Color

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.2.7 Changing the Screen Theme Color The theme color (display color) of the entire screen can be changed with the setting of the parameter "#11060 Screen theme color". [Parameter "#11060 Screen theme color" is set to "0" (standard color (gray tone)] <Example of monitor screen>...
  • Page 47: Screen Transition Diagram

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.2.8 Screen Transition Diagram The screen is configured of operation groups. The screen selection can be done by switching the tab on the top of the screen. Note (1) The display contents differ depending on MTB settings.
  • Page 48: Setting Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.3 Setting Data 2.3.1 Setting Numerals and Alphabetical Characters Operation method The data is basically set with the following methods: (1) Menu selection (2) No. selection (3) Cursor movement (4) Data key input...
  • Page 49: Inputting Operations

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.3.2 Inputting Operations In addition to the method of directly inputting numeric data for specific data settings, a method to input the operation results using four rules operators and function symbols can be used.
  • Page 50 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Restrictions (1) Always use "=" for the first character. (2) Do not use the following characters as the second character or last character. Invalid as second character: * , /, ) Invalid as last character: * , /, (, +, - (3) Make sure that the left parentheses and right parentheses are balanced.
  • Page 51: Guidance Function

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.4 Guidance Function 2.4.1 Parameter Guidance The parameter guidance function displays the details of the parameters according to the state of the screen currently being displayed. Screen Configuration The parameter/alarm guidance window is displayed with the following type of configuration.
  • Page 52 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Note (1) The contents of the parameter "#8004 SPEED" (the previous parameter on the parameter screen) are displayed by pressing the key. However, when the key is pressed on the first parameter of each parameter type, the dis- played contents do not change.
  • Page 53: Alarm Guidance

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.4.2 Alarm Guidance The alarm guidance is the function that displays message, details and remedy for the currently occurring alarms. Screen Configuration The alarm guidance is displayed in "alarm" tab on "parameter/alarm guidance window".
  • Page 54 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Displaying the alarm guidance The guidance window is opened while "alarm" tab is val- Press the [?] key or the key during occurring id. The alarm details and remedy are displayed for "H/W alarm on monitor screen.
  • Page 55 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Changing the alarm guidance Press the [→] key or [→|] key when the alarm guid- The alarm guidance with one priority lower than the cur- ance is displayed. rent alarm guidance is displayed.
  • Page 56: G Code Guidance

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.4.3 G Code Guidance G code guidance is a function that shows the command format details or the outline of its operation for the G code being edited while creating or editing the machining program. With this function, the G code format can be confirmed immediately.
  • Page 57 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations G codes displayed in the G code guidance area With G code guidance function, the commands having "G" followed by 1 or more numbers are regarded as the G code. Thus, when "G" that is located immediately before the cursor is within the comment, the guidance will not be refreshed. In the same manner, when a G code is commanded using variables such as "G#100"...
  • Page 58 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Precautions for G code guidance (1) G code guidance may be refreshed when the cursor is located near the comment. (Example) The guidance for G01 is displayed. ( PROG01 ) ; (2) When the cursor is located at the axis address, etc., the guidance for the nearest G code is displayed even if the address has no relationship with the G code.
  • Page 59: Menu List

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.5 Menu List The menu list is a function that displays each screen's menu configuration as a list. The Menu list window opens when the key is pressed on each screen. If a pop-up window other than the menu list is displayed, the Menu list window appears above the displayed pop-up window.
  • Page 60 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Operation method The Menu list window appears showing the selected Press the key. screen's menu list at the top. If you press the key while editing the file on the edit screen, a prompt to confirm whether to save the program appears before Menu list window opens.
  • Page 61: Touchscreen Functions

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.6 Touchscreen Functions Touchscreen operation is available with a touchscreen display. 2.6.1 Basic Operation Display items Display items Details System change This switches from the current part system to the next part system.
  • Page 62 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Page changing area by scroll bar If you touch [▲] or [▼] of the scroll bar, the screen is scrolled up or down by one line. Also, if you touch the empty portion of the scroll bar, the page is switched to the next page or previous page.
  • Page 63: Software Keyboard

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.6.2 Software Keyboard With the software keyboard, a key input is possible by a key menu on the software keyboard which is displayed on the screen. Software keyboard is displayed if [S/W Key] button is touched in each screen. In this case, screen or menu status will not change.
  • Page 64 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations [Numerical keypad display] [All keys display] (12) (11) (11) (13) (16) (17) (15) (14) (10) Display items Display items Details Input section This displays a character string according to the keys touched by the operator.
  • Page 65 (17) Key display switch key This switches numerical keypad display/all keys display. (*1) For details on the behavior of this button, refer to the device No. X2F0 (signal name: BOARD RESET, signal abbrevi- ation: BRST) in "M800/M80/C80 Series PLC Interface Manual". Input area of software keyboard If the software keyboard is displayed while the input area exists on the screen, the input area of the software keyboard is displayed in the enable state.
  • Page 66 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Changing the display position Touching the key on the top of the software keyboard allows you to move the software keyboard display po- sition to the left or right. Touch the [S/W Key] button.
  • Page 67: Operating The Screen By Touch Gestures

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Entering data when the input area is disabled If software keyboard is displayed while edit window is displayed for program editing or input area is not displayed on a screen, or when the monitor screen main menu is displayed, software keyboard input area will be invalid. At this time, the key selected on the software keyboard is directly input to the screen.
  • Page 68 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Changing the menu display If you flick the menu horizontally (quickly run your fingertip horizontally along the screen), the menu slides, and changes to the previous or next menu. (Example) Flick Scrolling the displayed data...
  • Page 69 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Changing a page If you flick a page horizontally (quickly run your fingertip along the screen) to display the workpiece coordinate system offset or guidance such as the alarm and parameter guidance, the page changes to the right or left page.
  • Page 70 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations Switching axis or part system On the screen where you can switch the axes being displayed with the menu [Next axis] such as the axis parameter screen, flick (quickly run your fingertip across the screen) horizontally to switch an axis or a part system to be displayed.
  • Page 71: Menu Customization Function

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.7 Menu Customization Function You can freely relocate the main menus of the monitor (Monitr), setup (Setup) and edit (Edit) screens. This function enables to place the often-used keys in the first page.
  • Page 72 C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations <After parameter change> Menu on page 1 Menu on page 2 Menu on page 3 Precautions (1) When you set the number which the main menu is not allocated with the menu selection parameter, the menu is not displayed.
  • Page 73: Changing The Operation Level (protect Setting Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 2 Screen Operations 2.8 Changing the Operation Level (Protect Setting Screen) Mainte Mainte Operating the maintenance screen reduces a phenomenon in which defective workpieces run out due to an operation mis- take, by implementing a restriction with seven operation levels. The operation level varies depending on the MTB specifi- cations.
  • Page 74: Inputting A Machining Program And Defining Variables

    Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 75: Inputting A Machining Program

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables This chapter explains creating and editing the machining program. Generally, operations are performed on the edit (Edit) screen. Refer to "Programming Manual" for details on G code programming.
  • Page 76 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Multi-program display type G-code guidance display type IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 77 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Playback display type Display items Display items Details Path display The path of the currently opened program file is displayed. (Example) Memory:/program When the path is too long, the characters exceeding the 37 characters (1-byte code) cannot be displayed.
  • Page 78 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Menus Menus Details This edits and references the existing programs. Open When the program number is designated and the [INPUT] key is pressed, the program contents appear and can be edited.
  • Page 79 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Menus Details This deletes the programs. When the name of the program to be erased is designated, the designated Erase file is deleted. file The axis to be displayed in the playback editing is switched from the first to fifth axes and among the Pback sixth and further axes.
  • Page 80 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Creating a new machining program) Press the menu [Open (New)] on the edit screen. Select the device. The selected device name and directory (memory: /pro- (Example) Menu [Memory] gram) appear in the device name and directory display columns.
  • Page 81 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (editing machining program) Press the menu [Open] on the edit screen. Select the device. The selected device name and directory (memory: /pro- (Example) Menu [Memory] gram) appear in the device name and directory display columns.
  • Page 82 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Precautions for editing machining program (1) An error occurs if a nonexistent program No. is set. (2) If the selected program is running or program restarting, it can be displayed but not edited.
  • Page 83: Registering And Editing The Mdi Program

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.3 Registering and Editing the MDI Program Edit Edit Operation method for editing MDI program Press the menu [MDI] on the edit screen. The menu is highlighted. The MDI program is displayed from the head of the edit- ing side.The cursor moves to the head character of the...
  • Page 84 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method for registering MDI program Press the menu [MDI] on the edit screen. Select the program to register, and then press the [INPUT] key. Note (1) The program is registered as a general program of NC memory.
  • Page 85: Registering And Editing The Fixed Cycle Program

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.4 Registering and Editing the Fixed Cycle Program The subprogram for the fixed cycle can be input, output and edited. However, it may not be changed without permission from the MTB.
  • Page 86: Erasing A File

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.5 Erasing a File Edit Edit Operation method Press the menu [Erase file] on the edit screen. Select the device. The selected device name and directory (memory: /pro-...
  • Page 87: Editing Operations

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.6 Editing Operations Edit Edit When the program is edited, the key input data is directly written into the program display area. All data is overwritten from the cursor position. "Editing" appears on the right side of the file name display once input is started.
  • Page 88 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Changing the display using the page up/down keys ( : Previous page, : Next page) key: This displays one page of preceding lines of the current top line.
  • Page 89: Displaying An Arbitrary Line

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.6.2 Displaying an Arbitrary Line Operation method Press the menu [Line jump]. Input the line No. The program appears with the designated line No. at the (Example) 6 [INPUT] head.
  • Page 90: Inserting Data (initial Data Overwrite Mode)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Precautions (1) When changing to another function such as the program check, or to another screen such as the monitor screen when "Editing" displays, the operation message "Save current file? (Y/N)" displays. If [N] key is pressed changing to the other screen once, and the edit screen is selected again, the program before editing operation will be displayed.
  • Page 91: Overwriting Data (initial Data Insertion Mode)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.6.5 Overwriting Data (Initial Data Insertion Mode) Operation method Move the cursor to the position where data is to be in- serted. Press the [INSERT] key. The mode changes to the overwrite mode.
  • Page 92 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Deleting one line) Move the cursor to the line to be erased. Press the [C.B] key. 1 line is deleted at the cursor position, and "Editing" ap- pears.
  • Page 93: Searching For Character Strings

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.6.7 Searching for Character Strings Operation method Press the menu [String search]. Set the character string to be searched for, and press The character string is searched downward from the the [INPUT] key.
  • Page 94 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Note (1) The marking status is maintained when another program is opened while character strings are still marked. (2) If the input mistake check warning function is enabled while character strings are still marked, the marking is given pri- ority in the case where the input mistake location and the marked display overlap.
  • Page 95: Replacing Character Strings

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.6.8 Replacing Character Strings A character string in a program can be searched for and replaced. The following three methods can be used. The applicable character string is searched for and replaced one by one. (To search for the next character string, press the [INPUT] key.)
  • Page 96: Copying And Pasting Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.6.9 Copying and Pasting Data Operation method (Copying a line) Press the menu [Line copy]. Designate the copy range. The background color for the range to be copied turns (Example) From line 8 to line 10 light blue.
  • Page 97 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Pasting the copied data) Move the cursor to the line where the data is to be pasted. <When copying a line data> Press the menu [Paste].
  • Page 98: Undoing Program Changes

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.6.10 Undoing Program Changes This is used to return the program to the form when [INPUT] was last pressed to save. This operation is valid for the oper- ation of "Rewriting program", "Insert", "Delete", "Line Paste", "Line Clear", "Character String Replace"...
  • Page 99: Program Editing Support Function

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.7 Program Editing Support Function Edit Edit 3.7.1 Performing Operation Search at the Cursor Position By pressing the menu [Cursor OP srch] when the device is in the normal status (not being in status such as editing or char- acter searching, etc.), operation search of the selected part system is carried out starting.
  • Page 100: Adding Sequence No. (n No.) Automatically

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.7.2 Adding Sequence No. (N No.) Automatically When the sequence No. (N No.) is input once, the sequence No. to which a constant value is added can be automatically added to each block of the machining program.
  • Page 101: G Code Guidance

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Example when N No. is added (1) When the previous block has N No. (When the cursor is located at the last character in the overwrite mode.) N100 G28 X0 Y0 Z0 ; -> Input ";" -> N100 G28 X0 Y0 Z0;N110;...
  • Page 102: Playback Editing

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.7.4 Playback Editing Edit Edit The playback function enables creation of a program while trying sample machining by manual (handle or jog) feed or me- chanical handle feed. A machining program can be created with movement distance data obtained by manual operation used as programmed command values.
  • Page 103 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Display items Display items Details Machine position count- This displays the machine position counter. Up to max. number of axes in a part system can be displayed. M system: Max. eight axes L system: Max.
  • Page 104 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Absolute/incremental command depending on G command) Set "#1126 PB_G90" to "0" on the parameter screen. Incremental value mode is set. Press the main menu [Edit] on the edit screen, and The "playback display type"...
  • Page 105 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Press the [INPUT] key. The program in the playback editing area will be inserted at the block before the cursor position in the right area, is saved. When there is no "EOB" (;) at the end of the character string, it is added automatically.
  • Page 106: Editing A Multi-part System Program

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.8 Editing a Multi-part System Program The parameter "#1285 ext21/bit0" (Multi-part system program management) sets this function valid or invalid. This function can be used when [Memory] is selected as a device.
  • Page 107 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation to select the menu [Edit] - [Open] and open an existing machining program (Case in which the 1st part sys- tem is set as the displayed part system) ○: Machining program registered...
  • Page 108 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation to automatically open the searched machining program (When the 1st part system is set as the displayed part system) Currently selected Deselected editing area Operation editing area...
  • Page 109 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Opening the existing machining programs of the same name in the 1st and 4th part systems (When the 1st part system is set as the displayed part system)) Perform the following procedure to open the machining program, "200", under the following conditions.
  • Page 110 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Opening the existing machining programs only in the 3rd part system (When the parameter "#1285 ext21/bit2" is set OFF and the 1st part system is set as the displayed part system)) Perform the following procedure to open the machining program, "400", under the following conditions.
  • Page 111 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Creating a new machining program (When the parameter "#1285 ext21/bit2" is set OFF and the 1st part system is set as the displayed part system)) Perform the following procedure to create a new machining program, "600", under the following conditions.
  • Page 112: Special Program Editing Display For Synchronization Between Part Systems

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.8.2 Special Program Editing Display for Synchronization between Part Systems Edit Edit Pressing the menu [Synchro view] enables synchronized display of the left- and right-side programs aligned when the fol- lowing conditions are satisfied: The parameter "#1285 ext21/bit0"...
  • Page 113: Defining Variables

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.9 Defining Variables Refer to "Programming Manual" for more details on variables. 3.9.1 Common Variables Monitr Com var Select [Com var] on the monitor (Monitr) screen to set or display the details of the common variables.
  • Page 114 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Display items Display items Details Variable number This is the common variable No. There are common variable 1(common to part systems) and common variable 2 (for each part system) (Refer to the table below).
  • Page 115 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Menus Menus Details This executes an absolute input. =Input If "#8930 Disable=INPUT:var" is set to "1", this menu cannot be selected. This executes an incremental input. +Input This designates the variable No. to be displayed at the head.
  • Page 116 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Setting "COUNTER" as the variable name for variable No. 509) Select common variable 509 with the same procedure as steps (1) and (2) above. Press the key.
  • Page 117 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Erasing the variable name for variable No. 509) Press the menu [Name clear]. Select the variable , and press the [INPUT] key. 509 [INPUT] Press the [Y] key.
  • Page 118: Local Variables

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables 3.9.2 Local Variables Monitr Loc var Select [Loc var] on the monitor (Monitr) screen, and the details of the local variables are displayed. Local variables 1 to 33 are prepared for each user macro subprogram call level. Up to 33 local variable data items are dis- played on one level.
  • Page 119 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Menus Menus Details This lowers the local variable display level one by one. If this menu is pressed when the display level is Display 0, the level changes to display level 4.
  • Page 120 C80 Series Instruction Manual 3 Inputting a Machining Program and Defining Variables Operation method (Changing the displayed variable No.) The displayed local variable No. changes when the page up/down keys (previous page , next page ) are pressed. Local variable display...
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  • Page 122: Inputting And Outputting A Machining Program

    Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 123: Inputting And Outputting A Program

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program This chapter explains the details of Inputting and outputting the machining program mainly based on the menu [I/O] on the Edit screen. This operation can be performed with the menu [I/O] on the Maintenance (Mainte) screen as well.
  • Page 124 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program <During file transmission> <During file setting> IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 125 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program Display items Display items Details Device, directory, file This sets the device, directory, and file name for which the transmission, compare, and name setting area erase functions are used. When the number of characters exceeds the display possi- ble number (directory: 63 in three lines, file name: 42 in two lines), the excess is not displayed.
  • Page 126 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program (*1) Some items may not be displayed depending on the device. ○: Displayed ×: Not displayed Display item/Device Memory Memory2 Memory card USB memory Number of programs registered ○...
  • Page 127: Selecting A Device, Directory And File

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.2 Selecting a Device, Directory and File Edit This section explains the file device, directory, and file name specification methods for the file transfer and erase commands etc. performed on the I/O screen of the edit (Edit) screen.
  • Page 128 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program Operation method (Selecting an NC memory program) Press the [M] short cut key. on the I/O screen of the The device name changes to "Memory". edit screen. "Program" appears in the directory.
  • Page 129 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program Operation method (Selecting a file from a device other than the NC memory) Press a device selection shortcut key on the I/O The device name changes to "USB memory".
  • Page 130: Transferring A File

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.3 Transferring a File Edit This section explains the method used to transfer files between different devices, or between the same device on the I/O screen of the edit (Edit) screen.
  • Page 131 (6) With machining program created by the MELDAS500 Series or earlier model, "EOB" is registered as "LF". However, when these programs are stored in the C80 Series NC memory, "EOB" will be converted to "CR LF", and the number of characters will increase. Thus, when all of the machining programs output from an MELDAS500 Series or earlier model, having the same specifications as the maximum memory capacity, are stored in the C80 Series NC memory, the memory capacity may be exceeded.
  • Page 132 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program (12) The transfer range from the external device other than serial to NC memory will change depending on the value set in the parameter "#19006 EOR Disable". <When the parameter "#19006 EOR disable" is set to "0">...
  • Page 133: Comparing Files (compare)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.4 Comparing Files (Compare) Edit This section explains method used compare files after transferring on the I/O screen of the edit (Edit) screen. Refer to "4.2 Selecting a Device, Directory and File" for details of the device, directory, and file specification method.
  • Page 134: Erasing A File

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.5 Erasing a File Edit This section explains the method used to erase files on the I/O screen of the edit (Edit) screen. Refer to "4.2 Selecting a Device, Directory and File" for details of the device, directory, and file specification method.
  • Page 135: Changing A File Name (rename)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.6 Changing a File Name (Rename) Edit This section explains the method used to change the file name on the I/O screen of the edit (Edit) screen. Refer to "4.2 Selecting a Device, Directory and File" for details of the device, directory, and file specification method.
  • Page 136: Creating A Directory

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.7 Creating a Directory Edit This section explains the method used to newly create a directory. Refer to "4.2 Selecting a Device, Directory and File" for details of the device, directory, and file specification method.
  • Page 137: Other Functions

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.8 Other Functions Edit 4.8.1 Merging a File This section explains the method used to add a file in file setting column B to a file in file setting column A on the I/O screen of the edit (Edit) screen.
  • Page 138: List Of File Names

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.8.2 List of File Names There is a directory for each type of data in the device [Memory]. Each directory and file name (fixed) in the device is shown below.
  • Page 139: Program Display Lock

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.8.4 Program Display Lock Program display and operation search in the device [Memory] on the monitor or edit screen are affected as follows accord- ing to the setting of the parameter "#1122 pglk_c" (Program display lock).
  • Page 140: Leading Zero

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.8.6 Leading Zero When creating a new machining program When the parameter "#8936 Delete leading 0" is set to "1", if a file name consisting only of numerical figures is input, the file is created with "0"at the head of the file name deleted.
  • Page 141: The Batch Input/output The Machining Program Of Nc Memory

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program 4.9 The Batch Input/Output the Machining Program of NC Memory Edit On the I/O screen of the edit (Edit) screen, one file which consists of two or more machining programs can be transferred to NC memory by dividing the file.
  • Page 142 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program Press the menu [Program all]. When the file name is designated, only the top pro- gram of transfer source is stored in the designated file. For example of "Example of "the external device ->...
  • Page 143 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program Batch output and verify from NC memory Example of "NC memory -> the external device" of machining program batch transfer External device NC memory (USB memory etc.) 1000 PROCESS01...
  • Page 144 C80 Series Instruction Manual 4 Inputting and Outputting a Machining Program Press the menu [Compare A:B]. The file comparison starts. The verifying data is dis- played. A message appears when the comparison is completed. When the verification error occurs, the error block is displayed in verification data display column and the operation message "Compare error.
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  • Page 146: Setting A Tool And A Workpiece

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  • Page 147: Setting A Tool

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5Setting a Tool and a Workpiece This chapter explains the details of tools and workpieces based on respective menus on the setup (Setup) screen. 5.1 Setting a Tool Refer to the instruction manual issued by the MTB for details on the tool setting.
  • Page 148 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Magazine This displays the currently selected magazine No. Tool No.-D A maximum of 8 digits of data can be input for a tool No.
  • Page 149: Registering A Tool In The Magazine Pot

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.2.1 Registering a Tool in the Magazine Pot Operation method (Selecting a magazine No.) Press the menu [Magazn 2]. The tool data of the set magazine No. appears. Note (1) The No.
  • Page 150: Setting And Erasing The Tool No. Of Spindle/standby Tools

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.2.3 Setting and Erasing the Tool No. of Spindle/Standby Tools Operation method (Setting the tool No. of spindle/standby tools) Press the menu [Spindle standby]. Move the cursor to the data to be set using the [↑], [↓] keys.
  • Page 151: Measuring A Tool (tool Measurement Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.3 Measuring a Tool (Tool Measurement Screen) Setup T-meas 5.3.1 Tool Measurement (M System) On the tool registration (T-reg) screen of the setup (Setup) screen, the movement distance from the basic point to the mea- surement point is measured by moving the tool to the measurement point manually, and this value can be set as the tool compensation amount.
  • Page 152 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Tool length measurement II When the tool is at the machine coordinate zero point, the distance from the machine coordinate zero point to the tool tip is measured, and can be set as tool compensation data.
  • Page 153 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Manual measurement This displays the manual measurement status. status display Refer to "Manual measurement status display" described later in this section. Reference surface This displays a value for the reference surface height.
  • Page 154 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus Menus Details This writes the value displayed in "Mea value" as the tool compensation amount. Offset The wear amount is cleared to "0" for the tool compensation type II.
  • Page 155 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Note (1) The measurement values are not written if the cursor is in a position other than "Length" or "Radius". (2) The axis returns and stops after contacting the sensor, but be careful not to move the axis after that. If the axis moves after contacting the sensor, the distance that was actually moved will be added to the measurement values counter, and the skip position will not be held.
  • Page 156: Tool Measurement (l System)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.3.2 Tool Measurement (L System) Manual tool length measurement I or II can be performed on the tool registration (T-reg) screen of the setup (Setup) screen. Either one is selected depending on the setting of measurement switch and operation mode.
  • Page 157 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Manual tool length measurement II By using a device having a touch probe, the tool compensation amount can be calculated just by contacting the tool nose against the touch probe with manual feed.
  • Page 158 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece When measuring the tool length of the basic axis and inclined axis during the inclined axis control, the measurement basic position (sensor position) is set on the sensor position within the orthogonal coordinate, not the position within the machine coordinate.
  • Page 159 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Screen image [Manual tool length measurement I] [Manual tool length measurement II] IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 160 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details On mea "On mea" is displayed when the measurement switch is ON. <Note> This is displayed only in "Manual tool length measurement II". When "Manual tool length measurement I" is performed, the measurement result and Measure posn measurement axis are displayed.
  • Page 161 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Details Displays the measurement image. The contents of the guide drawing will differ de- Guide graphic pending on which measurement type (Manual tool length measurement I or II) is se- lected.
  • Page 162 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus (Manual tool length measurement 1 (normal operation mode) and Manual tool length measurement 2) Menus Details Depending on the mode, the following value is input as the tool compensation amount at the cursor po- Offset sition, and the wear amount is cleared to "0".
  • Page 163 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus (Manual tool length measurement 1 (Simple operation mode)) Menus Details The following value is written as the tool compensation amount, and the wear is cleared to "0". Offset write Tool compensation amount = "Measure posn"...
  • Page 164 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Carrying out tool measurement (Manual tool length measurement I) Normal operation mode (Example) Carrying out tool measurement for compensation No.3, X axis Select the tool to be measured with manual numeri- cal value command.
  • Page 165 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Simple operation mode (Example) Carrying out tool measurement for compensation No. 3, X axis Select the tool to be measured with manual numeri- cal value command. (Refer to “8.4 Manual Numerical Value Command"...
  • Page 166 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Precautions for manual tool measurement l (1) When compensation amount is written for an axis that has not completed zero point return, the operation message "TLM axis not returned to ref. position" will appear.
  • Page 167: Setting Tool Compensation Amount (tool Offset Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4 Setting Tool Compensation Amount (Tool Offset Screen) Setup Offset Monitr Offset The tool compensation data can be set and displayed tool offset (T-ofs) screen of the setup (Setup) screen.
  • Page 168 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece [Tool compensation type I] (M System): Parameter "#1037 cmdtyp" = 1 The combined amount of the shape compensation and wear compensation are set as the compensation data, with no distinction between shape compensation memory and wear compensation memory.
  • Page 169 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece [Tool compensation type III] (L System): Parameter "#1037 cmdtyp" = 3 This type has 3 kinds of display such as wear data, tool length data, and nose data. The display can be switched by the sub menu.
  • Page 170 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Nose data Set the radius (Nose R), wear radius (R-wear), and point (Point) of the nose that is mounted on the tool for each tool used. When a tool compensation number is designated by the tool command (T command), the nose data is offset together with the tool length data and wear data.
  • Page 171 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Display area Displays the tool compensation data. The cursor is displayed, and you can set the data. The data exceeding the display area can be displayed by the following keys.
  • Page 172 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece The setting/display ranges are as follows based on the combination of "#1003 iunit" (Input setup unit) and "#1041 Initial inch". (Type I, Type II, Type III (data of wear, tool length, tool nose R and R wear))
  • Page 173 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus Menus Details This executes an absolute input. =Input When "#8929 Disable=INPUT:comp" is set to "1", this menu cannot be selected. This executes an incremental input. +Input This switches to the wear data display.
  • Page 174: Setting The Tool Compensation Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4.1 Setting the Tool Compensation Data Operation method (Setting "10.000" in the length wear data of compensation No. (102)) Press the menu [Ofs No search]. Designate the Compensation No.
  • Page 175 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method ("0.012" is calculated and set in the length wear data for compensation number (102).) Use the same procedure as in the previous page to move the cursor to the compensation No. 102 length wear position.
  • Page 176: Switching The Input Method For The Tool Compensation Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4.2 Switching the Input Method for the Tool Compensation Data When a parameter "#8941 ABS/INC for T-ofs" is set to "1", the absolute/incremental input by the [INPUT] key can be switched.
  • Page 177: Erasing The Tool Compensation Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4.3 Erasing the Tool Compensation Data Operation method (Erasing one line of tool compensation data at the cursor position) Move the cursor to the data to be erased using the [↑], [↓],...
  • Page 178: Copying And Pasting The Tool Compensation Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4.4 Copying and Pasting the Tool Compensation Data Operation method (Copying/pasting one line of tool compensation data) Move the cursor to the data to be copied using the [↑], [↓],...
  • Page 179: Disabling The Setting Of Tool Compensation Amount

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4.6 Disabling the Setting of Tool Compensation Amount Depending on the setting of the parameter "#8933 Disable lngth comp"/"#8934 Disable wear comp", the setting of the shape compensation amount/wear compensation amount is disabled.
  • Page 180: Measuring Tool Compensation Amount

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4.7 Measuring Tool Compensation Amount Operation method (Measuring the tool compensation amount of Z axis and X axis (diameter axis)) Select the tool to be measured with manual numeri- cal value command.
  • Page 181 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Select the X axis, and manually move the tool to the work side face. Machine zero point Jog or handle feed X-axis measurement value Tool length X Workpiece Workpiece measurement...
  • Page 182: Moving To Designated Compensation Number

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.4.8 Moving to designated Compensation Number There are two methods to switch from the designated compensation number display. You can switch the operation by using the "#8975 Change No. search" parameter.
  • Page 183: Setting The Tool Management Data (tool Management Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5 Setting the Tool Management Data (Tool Management Screen) Setup T-Mng. Tool management data can be set and displayed on the tool management (T-Mng.) screen. These data are relevant to which displayed on the [T-ofs] or [T-life] screen, that can be set the tool information.
  • Page 184 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Tool management data The preset tool management data is listed. list portion The tool management data list consists of the right side and left side parts.
  • Page 185: List Of Display Items

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5.1 List of Display Items ○: Display/setting enabled ●: Display only -: Non-display Tool manage- ment data list Tool management data detailed portion portion Display data Left Right Full...
  • Page 186 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece List of display items for shape info The display contents of shape info differ depending on the selected tools. [Mill tools] ○: Display/setting enabled -: Not used Tool type...
  • Page 187 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece List of display items of life data ○: Display/setting enabled ●: Display only -: Non-display M system L system Display data Tool life manage- Tool life man- Tool life man-...
  • Page 188 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece #8970 Tool offset type 2 Setting value 3rd column (type) 4th column (compensation amount) 0, 5 to 9 D tool compensation No. R offset H tool compensation No. Length compensation D tool compensation No.
  • Page 189 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece List of display items for compensation data (Disp details) ○: Display/setting enabled -: Non-display Tool compen- Tool compen- Tool compensa- Display data sation type I sation type II tion type III...
  • Page 190: Data Setting Range

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5.2 Data Setting Range The value of each item is maintained even after the power is turned OFF and ON. Setting item Details Setting range Tool No. Sets the tool No.
  • Page 191 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Setting item Details Setting range Setting Angle Sets the tool installation angle. 0 to 359.999 degrees Specifies the angle, assuming the direction perpendicular to Z axis as 0 degrees with CW as positive (+).
  • Page 192 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Setting item Details Setting range Length : A Tool type: all tools <Length> Sets the tool length. Setting range varies depending on the parameter "#1041 Initial inch". Diameter : B Tool type: Mill tools, lathing drill and lathing tap mm: 0.000 to 9999.999...
  • Page 193 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Setting item Details Setting range Custom 1 to 12 Sets the custom information. Display format and setting range vary depending on the MTB speci- fications. 0 to 99999999 Group No.
  • Page 194: Menu Configuration

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Note (1) If a value outside of the setting range is entered, an error occurs, and the value cannot be set. (2) When the sorting of tool data is in progress, the operation message "Sorting of tool data is in progress" appears, and the data cannot be set.
  • Page 195 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus (when the cursor is at [ToolNo.] of [Disp details]) Menus Details Switch the display data type of the detail view of tool management data by pressing the button.
  • Page 196 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus (when the cursor is at [3D CHK Tool CR] of [Disp details]) Menus Details Switch the display data type of the detail view of tool management data by pressing the button.
  • Page 197 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus (when the cursor is at [Spindle rotation direction] of [Disp details]) Menus Details Switch the display data type of the detail view of tool management data by pressing the button.
  • Page 198: Registering New Tool Management Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5.4 Registering New Tool Management Data Operation method Display the tool management screen. The tool management data list is displayed. If the details of tool management data is already dis- played, press the menu [List view] and switch to the display of tool management data list.
  • Page 199: Displaying Data By Designating Tool Management Data No

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5.6 Displaying Data by Designating Tool Management Data No. There are two methods to switch the display from the designated tool management data number. You can switch the op- eration by using the "#8975 No.
  • Page 200: Displaying Data By Designating Tool No

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5.7 Displaying Data by Designating Tool No. Operation method ("#8975 No. search process" is "0") The designated tool number is searched from the tool management data under the cursor position, and the tool number is displayed at the top when it is found.
  • Page 201: Sorting The Data By Tool No

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Press the menu [Tool No. search] again. The search restart for the previously searched tool No. After the search is completed, the operation message "Search complete" appears. The input column is cleared.
  • Page 202: Deleting The Tool Management Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5.9 Deleting the Tool Management Data Deleting the tool management data in [List view] Method 1: Delete the tool management data of the cursor line. Display the tool management screen.
  • Page 203: Copying And Pasting The Tool Management Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Deleting the tool management data in [Disp details] Display the tool management screen. The tool management data list is displayed. If the details of tool management data is displayed, press the menu [Disp details] and switch to the dis- play of tool management data list.
  • Page 204 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece (3) The following information is not copied or pasted. ×: Not copied or pasted Display data Common Tool shape drawing × ×: Not copied or pasted -: Not managed...
  • Page 205: Specifying Display Format And Setting Range Of Additional Information

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.5.11 Specifying Display Format and Setting Range of Additional Information The display format and setting range of additional information can be changed by entering tool data file (TOOLALL.DAT) described in the specified format.
  • Page 206: Tool Life Management

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.6 Tool Life Management Setup T-life The life management data such as the tool usage is set and displayed on the tool life management (T-life) screen of the setup (Setup) screen.
  • Page 207 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <L system> Tool life management I - Tool life data display The tool usage time and usage count indicated in the program is accumulated, and the usage status for that tool is moni- tored.
  • Page 208: Displaying The Group List (m System: Tool Life Management I, Ii / L System: Tool Life Management Ii)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.6.1 Displaying the Group List (M system: Tool life management I, II / L system: Tool life management Tool life management data groups can be registered and erased. Press [Group list] when displaying the group unit.
  • Page 209 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <L system> (10) Display items Display items Details Tool in use The life management information of the tool currently being used appears here. The group Nos. registered as the tool life management data are displayed in a list.
  • Page 210 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus (M system/L system) Menus Details Creates a new group and adds the group No. to the list. Group regist This erases all of the tool life management data included in the designated group No.
  • Page 211 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Erasing all groups) (M system/L system) Press the menu [Grp all delete]. Press the [Y] or [INPUT] key. All the registered groups and their tool life management data is erased.
  • Page 212: Displaying The Life Management Data In Group Units (m System)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.6.2 Displaying the Life Management Data in Group Units (M system) The tool life management data of an arbitrary group is set and displayed. Press the menu [T-life group] when the group list is displayed.
  • Page 213 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Setting range Group No. This is the group No. of the tool for which tool life management is per- 1 to 99999999 formed. (*1) Tools with the same group No.
  • Page 214 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Details Setting range Method (a) Tool life management method (b) Tool radius compensation data format (c) Tool length compensation data format (a) Tool life management method 0: Operating time This manages by the cutting execution time.
  • Page 215 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Details Setting range DNo. Tool radius compensation number. 1 to 999 Entering a new tool number automatically assigns the same compen- sation number as the tool number.
  • Page 216 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Note (1) When the part system is changed while displayed on the group unit display, the registered data is not displayed because the screen enters the "data unregistered" state. To display the group unit of the changed part system, return to the group list display screen and execute the group unit display again.
  • Page 217 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus Menus Details This displays the data of a group when that group No. of tool life management data is set and the [IN- Group PUT] key is pressed. (*1) The group No.
  • Page 218 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Changing a group No.) Press the menu [Grp No.change]. Designate the group No. after changing. 112 [INPUT] Note (1) An error occurs if the group No. duplicates a pre-existing group No.
  • Page 219 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Designating and erasing the multiple lines) Press the menu [Line clear]. Set the range to be erased by marking the first and last # Nos. with a "/".
  • Page 220: Displaying The Life Management Data (l System: Tool Life Management I)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.6.3 Displaying the Life Management Data (L system: Tool life management I) The tool life management data can be set and displayed. Use the keys to scroll between screens if all of the registered tools cannot be displayed on one screen.
  • Page 221 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Setting the tool life data) Move the cursor to the data to be set using the , [↑], [↓], [|←] and [→|] keys. It is possible to move to the line after the registered line.
  • Page 222: Displaying The Tool Life Management Data In Group Units (l System: Tool Life Management Ii)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.6.4 Displaying the Tool Life Management Data in Group Units (L system: Tool life Management II) The tool life management data of an arbitrary group is set and displayed.
  • Page 223 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <Group 4 display mode> (#1107 Tllfsc = 2) Display items <Group information> Display items Details Setting range Group Life management group No. 1 to 9999 Method This displays whether to control the currently dis- 0: Hours played group in usage hours or usage count.
  • Page 224 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus Menus Details This displays the data of a group when that group No. of tool life management data is set and the [IN- Group PUT] key is pressed.
  • Page 225 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Setting the tool life data) Move the cursor to the data to be set using the , [↑], [↓], [|←] and [→|] keys. It is possible to move to the line after the registered line.
  • Page 226 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Registering a group) Press the menu [Group regist]. Set the No. of the group to be registered. 25/1/3000 [INPUT] Note (1) If the method and life data are omitted, a new group is created with method = 0 (usage time), and life data = 0.
  • Page 227: Setting And Measuring A Workpiece

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.7 Setting and Measuring a Workpiece 5.7.1 Workpiece Measurement (M System) Setup W-meas The coordinate point for each axis can be measured on the workpiece measurement screen of the Setup screen. Install the sensor on the spindle, turn the measurement switch ON, and select manual feeding or handle feeding on the workpiece position measurement screen to bring the sensor into contact with the workpiece.
  • Page 228 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Measurement counter Displays the measurement position. The measurement axis is compatible with parameters "#1026 base_I", "#1027 base_J", and "#1028 base_K". (Hereafter indicated as I=X, J=Y, and K=Z axes in this manual.)
  • Page 229 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus Menus Details The results calculated from the measurement counter are set in the displayed workpiece coordinate sys- Coord tem offset. Only the axis for which a value is displayed in the measurement counter can be set.
  • Page 230 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Details of the "Measurement counter" and "Guide drawing" display areas Menus Measurement counter Guide graphic Face meas Hole meas Width meas Rotate measure IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 231: Carrying Out Surface Measurement

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.7.1.1 Carrying Out Surface Measurement When carrying out surface measurement, the position of each axis is measured and the measurement results are set in the workpiece coordinates system offset. The measurement position displays at the measurement counter.
  • Page 232: Carrying Out Hole Measurement

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <Simple measurement (without the touch probe)> Move the tool in the X-direction to the arbitrary posi- The skip position is calculated and the result displays in tion and press the menu [SkipPos take in].
  • Page 233 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method Press the menu [Hole meas]. The menu is highlighted and the cursor displays at point Use the [↑] or [↓] key to move to points B and C.
  • Page 234: Carrying Out Width Measurement

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.7.1.3 Carrying Out Width Measurement With width measurement, two points of the measurement position coordinate for each axis are measured, and then calcu- lates the center between the points to set it as the workpiece coordinate offset. The measurement position displays at the measurement counter.
  • Page 235 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <Simple measurement (without the touch probe)> Move the tool to the arbitrary position and press the The skip position is calculated and the results displays in menu [SkipPos take in].
  • Page 236: Carrying Out Rotation Measurement

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.7.1.4 Carrying Out Rotation Measurement When carrying out rotation measurement, the offset (rotation center and rotation angle) of the rotary coordinate system is measured, and the results are set to the workpiece coordinate system offset (rotation center) and the parameters "#8623 Coord rot centr(H)", "#8624 Coord rot centr(V)", and "#8627 Coord rot angle".
  • Page 237 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Setting the center and angle of the coordinate rotation) The setting of the parameters "#8623 Coord rot centr(H)", "#8624 Coord rot centr(V)", and "#8627 Coord rot angle" can be changed.
  • Page 238 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <Measurement using touch probe> Make the spindle contact the workpiece using manu- al feed or manual handle feed. Upon contact, the skip position displays in the measure- ment counter point A.
  • Page 239: Performing Automatic Recontact When Contacting The Workpiece

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.7.1.5 Performing Automatic Recontact When Contacting the Workpiece When performing workpiece position measurement in either the JOG or handle mode, the following operations (automatic recontact) are performed after contacting the workpiece.
  • Page 240: Workpiece Measurement (l System)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.7.2 Workpiece Measurement (L System) The external workpiece coordinate offset data for the Z axis can be set by cutting the workpiece face by means of manual operations and inputting the workpiece measurement signal. By pressing the menu key, data can be set in the Z axis of an arbitrary coordinate offset.
  • Page 241 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Display items Display items Details External workpiece co- This displays the external workpiece coordinate offset. ordinate offset When the workpiece measurement signal is input, the measurement result is set to 2nd axis of the external workpiece coordinate.
  • Page 242 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (When the workpiece measurement signal is used) Execute the reference position return. The coordinate system is established. <Note> If the workpiece is measured without establishing the reference position return, the operation mes- sage "Meas axis not returned to ref.
  • Page 243 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (When the menu [MeasVal take in] is used) Execute the reference position return. The coordinate system is established. <Note> If the workpiece is measured without establishing the reference position return, the operation mes- sage "Meas axis not returned to ref.
  • Page 244 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Details of automatic calculation expression (When the workpiece measurement signal is used) The external workpiece coordinate offset data is automatically calculated with the following expression. External workpiece coordinate offset = Machine coordinate value - Tool compensation data The tool compensation data used for the measurement is selected with the base specification parameter "#1226 aux10...
  • Page 245 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece The selected tool compensation No. For the compensation No. of the tool length and tool nose wear data used by automatic calculation, the No. set in R register in the following table is used.
  • Page 246: Setting Workpiece Coordinate System Offset

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.8 Setting Workpiece Coordinate System Offset Setup Coord Monitr Coord The coordinate system offset controlled by the NC can be set and displayed on the monitor (Monitr) screen or the Setup screen.
  • Page 247 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece CAUTION If the tool compensation amount or workpiece coordinate system offset amount is changed during automatic oper- ation (including during single block stop), the changes will be valid from the command in the next block or after sev- eral subsequent blocks.
  • Page 248: Setting The Coordinate System Offset Amount

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.8.1 Setting the Coordinate System Offset Amount Operation method (Setting the workpiece coordinate system G54 - G59 offset amount) (1) Press the menu [G54-G59]. The G54 - G59 workpiece coordinate system offset dis- plays.
  • Page 249: Erasing The Coordinate System Offset Amount

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.8.2 Erasing the Coordinate System Offset Amount Operation method (Erasing the coordinate system (excluding G92) offset amount where the cursor is displayed for all axes.) Press the menu [All axs clear].
  • Page 250: Changing The Coordinate System Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.8.4 Changing the Coordinate System Display Using the tab keys to change the coordinate system offset cursor position A cursor position can be changed with tab keys as shown below.
  • Page 251: Setting Workpiece Coordinate System Shift

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.9 Setting Workpiece Coordinate System Shift Monitr W-shift Setup W-meas This function allows you to shift the workpiece coordinate system. Workpiece coordinate system that is created at the machining program creation may not match to the coordinate system that actually programmed or programmed by automatic coordinate system setting.
  • Page 252 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Workpiece shape during program creation wk_z wk_z O’ Workpiece shape during actual machining Set "wk_z" in the workpiece coordinate system shift value. X - Z: Coordinate system established when the program is created wk_z: The degree of change of the workpiece shape <Monitor screen>...
  • Page 253 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <Setup screen> Display items Display items Details Tool L offset num This displays the compensation No. of the tool length data used in the automatic set- ting. (*1) (*2) Wear offset num This displays the compensation No.
  • Page 254 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Menus <Monitor screen> Menus Details This executes an absolute input. =Input When the parameter "#8929 Disable=INPUT:comp" is set to "1", this menu is disabled. This executes an incremental input.
  • Page 255: Manually Setting The Workpiece Coordinate System Shift Value

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece 5.9.1 Manually Setting the Workpiece Coordinate System Shift Value Operation method (Set the absolute value "10.000" to the workpiece coordinate system shift value of the Z axis (2nd axis) on the Monitor screen.) This displays the workpiece coordinate system shift.
  • Page 256 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Operation method (Measure the workpiece coordinate system shift value of the Z axis (2nd axis) on the Monitor screen.) Select the basic tool used to measure the workpiece The Manual numerical value command screen is dis- shift value with the manual numerical value com- played, and tool 1003 is selected.
  • Page 257: Automatically Setting The Workpiece Coordinate System Shift Value

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece <Details on formula> The measurement result is calculated in the following formula. When the parameter "#8709 Ext work sign rvs" is set to "0": Measurement result = (Machine position of Z axis) - (Tool length compensation data of T-command tool) - (Input value) When the parameter "#8709 Ext work sign rvs"...
  • Page 258 C80 Series Instruction Manual 5 Setting a Tool and a Workpiece Select a tool. Issue the T command by MDI operation, etc., then select tool. Set the selected tool compensation No. in R register. The set R register differs according to parameter set- ting and the state of the tool presetter sub-side valid signal.
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  • Page 260: Setting Parameters

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  • Page 261: Setting User Parameters

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters 6Setting Parameters The parameters contain the user and machine parameters. This chapter explains the details and operations for the user parameters on the Setup screen. Refer to "Alarm/Parameter Manual" for details of each parameter.
  • Page 262 C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters Display items Display items Details Parameter display area Press the parameter selection menu [Process param] or [Hi-prec param] etc. to change the parameter display contents. The screen layout can be switched by part system (with [$] key) or by axis.
  • Page 263: Selecting The Parameter Number

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters 6.1.1 Selecting the Parameter Number There are two switching methods to display a screen by designating the parameter No. Use the parameter "#8975 No. search process" to switch the operation Operation method ("#8975 No. search process" is "0") (Select "#1041 Initial inch") Press the menu [Para No search].
  • Page 264: Setting The Parameters

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters 6.1.2 Setting the Parameters The method of setting the parameters is explained. Refer to "Alarm/Parameter Manual" for details of each parameter setting range. Operation method (Normal) (Set "100" for Y1 axis of "#2001 rapid") Press the menu [Hi-prec axis].
  • Page 265: Copying And Pasting Parameters

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters 6.1.3 Copying and Pasting Parameters Parameters can be copied and pasted in a parameter with the same number for another axis or part system. Operation method (Specifying and copying the parameter where the cursor is located) Press the menu [Area copy].
  • Page 266: Parameter Configuration

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters 6.1.4 Parameter Configuration The parameter number range and permissible operations for all parameter types are shown below. ○: Can be used ∆: Operable under certain conditions (Refer to the section below for conditions.)
  • Page 267: Selecting High-accuracy Control Parameters (machining Cond I Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters 6.2 Selecting High-accuracy Control Parameters (Machining Cond I Screen) Setup MacCond A machining which meets the machining purpose or machining process can be performed by switching the high-accuracy parameter set according to the machining object on the Machining cond (MacCond) screen.
  • Page 268 C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters Display items Display items Details During machining Displays the applications and conditions used for the current machining. condition This shows No. 0 through 3 of the machining applications and conditions, which you have selected on the [Machining condition selection] screen or switched with a G code command.
  • Page 269 C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters Machining condition setting screen The machining condition parameter to be displayed is switched by enabling or disabling tolerance control. <When tolerance control is disabled> <When tolerance control is enabled> IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 270 C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters Display items Display items Details Application Displays the application being set. To change to the next machining purpose, press the menu [App change]. When machining purpose being selected, the background is emphasized in red.
  • Page 271 C80 Series Instruction Manual 6 Setting Parameters Setting the machining condition parameter set Press the menu [MacCond] in the setup screen. Select the menu [Cond set] in the "Machining cond" screen. Move the cursor to the position of the parameter to be set.
  • Page 272: Setting Machine Movable Area

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  • Page 273: Setting The Stored Stroke Limit

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area 7Setting Machine Movable Area This chapter describes the contents which can be set with the user parameters. 7.1 Setting the Stored Stroke Limit The tool entry prohibited ranges can be set with stored stroke limit II or IIB.
  • Page 274: Stored Stroke Limit Ii

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area CAUTION Always set the stored stroke limit. Failure to set this could result in collision with the machine end. The stored stroke limit sets a prohibited range with the parameters or program command. The minimum and maximum val- ues of the prohibited range are set as the coordinate value (radius value) on the machine coordinate system for each axis.
  • Page 275 C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area (1) Stored stroke limit II (When prohibited range is on outside) When used with the stored stroke limit I function, the narrow range designated by the two types becomes the movement valid range.
  • Page 276: Chuck Barrier/tailstock Barrier (l System)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area 7.2 Chuck Barrier/Tailstock Barrier (L System) Setup Barrier Use this function to set and display the chuck barrier and tailstock barrier. By limiting the tool nose movement range, the chuck barrier and tailstock barrier prevent the tool from colliding with the chuck and tailstock due to programming errors.
  • Page 277 C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area The barrier data which is set on this screen will be set to NC by converting to the parameter "#8301 P1" to "#8306 P6". Specify the workpiece center coordinates (P0) of X axis for the chuck and tailstock in advance with the parameter "#8300 P0"...
  • Page 278 C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area Display items Details Guide drawing Tailstock type 1 guide drawing Tailstock type 2 guide drawing (continued) Barrier data This displays the barrier data. The display items differ depending on the length/coordi- nates value input and left/right-side barrier.
  • Page 279 C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area Menus Menus Details This executes an absolute input. =Input This executes an incremental input. +Input This changes to the length input. Enter length This changes to the coordinates value input. Enter coordin This changes to the left-side barrier data setting.
  • Page 280 C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area Setting the barrier position with length (length between P points) Press the menu [Enter length]. The mode is switched to the length input mode. The highlight of the menu [Enter coordin] is canceled and the [Enter length] is highlighted.
  • Page 281 C80 Series Instruction Manual 7 Setting Machine Movable Area Precautions (1) When the parameter "#8310 Barrier ON" is set to "0", the chuck and tailstock barriers settings are disabled. (2) The parameter "#8300 P0" and "#8311 P7" to "#8314 P10" cannot be set on this screen. Set the parameters with the menu [Barrier data] on the parameter screen.
  • Page 282: Other Setups

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  • Page 283: Integrated Time

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8Other Setups 8.1 Integrated Time 8.1.1 Integrated Time Display Monitr Time The integrated time (date, time, power ON time, automatic operation time, automatic start time, external integrated time 1, external integrated time 2, cycle time) controlled by the NC can be set and displayed.
  • Page 284: Setting The Integrated Time

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups Menus Menus Details This sets the integrated time. Time setting The time that is displayed in upper line on cycle time display area is selected. Time select1 The time that is displayed in bottom line on cycle time display area is selected.
  • Page 285: Setting The Time Display Selection

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.1.3 Setting the Time Display Selection The displayed time is set on cycle time display area. Operation method Press the menu "Time select1". The time selection mode is activated. Press the time type for the mode to display.
  • Page 286: Counter Setting

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.2 Counter Setting Monitr Cnt set Setup Cnt set An arbitrary value can be set in the relative position counter which opens as a pop-up window. The counter cannot be set for an axis of auxiliary axis state.
  • Page 287 C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups Operation method Press the main menu [Counter set]. The relative position counter opens as a pop-up window. The cursor appears at the 1st axis of the relative position counter. Instead of the operation above, the axis name ad- The relative position counter opens as a pop-up window.
  • Page 288: Origin Set, Origin Cancel

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.3 Origin Set, Origin Cancel Monitr G92 set Origin set and origin cancel can be executed. Origin set and origin cancel cannot be executed for an axis of auxiliary axis state. Menus Menus Details The origin is set.
  • Page 289 C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups Differences between origin set and origin cancel Origin set Origin cancel Function The coordinate system is shifted so the current The coordinate system is shifted so the zero point position becomes the designated position of the of the workpiece coordinate system matches the workpiece coordinate system.
  • Page 290 C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups Operation method (Canceling the origin) Press the main menu [G92 set], and then press the The relative position counter opens as a pop-up window. menu [Origin cancel]. The menu [Origin cancel] is highlighted.
  • Page 291: Manual Numerical Value Command

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.4 Manual Numerical Value Command Monitr Setup The spindle function (S), miscellaneous function (M), tool function (T) and 2nd miscellaneous function (B) commands can be executed. The manual numerical value command can be executed by inputting an address such as S, M, T or B, as well.
  • Page 292 C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups Note (1) If the number of spindles is 5 or less, the scroll bar is not displayed. Menus Menus Details This closes the pop-up window and quits this function. Close Operation method (Executing T31 with a manual numerical value command) Press the main menu [MST].
  • Page 293 C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups Setting/output range of manual numerical value command For each S, M, T, G and B command, the data type to output to PLC program is designated by parameters "#12006 Mbin M binary", "#12008 Sbin S binary", "#12010 Tbin T binary" and "#12012 Bbin B binary". The output data type and the man-...
  • Page 294: Mdi Program Editing

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.5 MDI Program Editing Setup Press the main menu [MDI] key to display the contents of the MDI program in a pop-up window. When the parameter "#1144 mdlkof" is "0" (MDI setting impossible), switch to the MDI mode once to press the menu [MDI].
  • Page 295: Thread Recutting Function

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.6 Thread Recutting Function Setup Storage This function stores the thread groove position to enable thread re-machining. Using this function allows the tool to pass through the machined thread groove by storing the lead axis machine position and the spindle angle to fit the groove position of the re-chucked workpiece.
  • Page 296 C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups Menus Menus Details This executes an absolute input. =Input This executes an incremental input. +Input Press this menu to automatically input the lead machine position or spindle angle in the stored rethread Set for position window and store data.
  • Page 297: Storing The Thread Groove Position

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.6.1 Storing the Thread Groove Position Operation method Two methods are available to store the thread groove position: manual input and automatic input. <Storing the thread groove position via manual input> Using the [↑] or [↓] key, switch the lead axis machine The cursor appears at the lead axis machine position position (Z1) and the spindle angle (S1).
  • Page 298: Switching The Stored Thread Groove On/off

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 8 Other Setups 8.6.2 Switching the Stored Thread Groove ON/OFF Operation method Press the menu [Thrdrecut ON] while "Re-thread po- The thread cutting status is changed to "In thread recut- sition specified" is ON. ting". In this state, retract the tool and start the thread recutting program to enable the same thread machining as that carried out for the original thread.
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  • Page 300: Machining A Workpiece

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  • Page 301: Operation Search

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9Machining a Workpiece This chapter mainly describes the functions set on the monitor (Monitr) screen. 9.1 Operation Search Monitr Search On this screen, the program can be called from the program storage site, such as a memory, by designating the program (program No.) to be automatically run and the program start position (sequence No., block No.).
  • Page 302 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Menus Menus Details This selects the device for searching for the program. Memory <Note> The menu [Memory2] is grayed out and non-selectable, when the specification of program memory capacity 1000kB[2560m] or 2000kB[5120m] is invalid.
  • Page 303: Executing An Operation Search

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.1.1 Executing an Operation Search Operation method The selected part system appears on the upper left of the Press the to select the part system to run. screen. Press the main menu [Search].
  • Page 304: Changing Whether To Show Or Hide The Comment Field

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece (3) A program with 33 or more file name characters cannot be searched. (4) Searched program No. is memorized in NC even after the power is turned OFF. When NC starts up after the power is turned ON again, the program which has the previously searched program No.
  • Page 305: Changing The Sorting Method

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.1.3 Changing the Sorting Method Sorting method changes to 1 -> 2 -> 3 -> 4 -> 5 -> 1……every time the menu [Sort change] is pressed. When the sorting method 1, 2, or 3 is selected, "File name" column is highlighted. The sorting method 4 or 5 is selected, "Date/Comment"...
  • Page 306: Checking The Movement Under Machining (monitor Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2 Checking the Movement under Machining (Monitor Screen) Monitr Various information related to operation, such as the axis counter, speed display and MSTB command are displayed on the Monitor screen. In addition, you can perform various monitoring operations, as shown below.
  • Page 307 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece [1-part system display] ] (Parameter "#11019 2-systm display" = 0) There are two types of screen displays: "Monitor screen (Normal view)" and "Monitor screen (Simple view)". This display can be switched using the menu [Dsp sw.]. However, the content of the display varies depending on the specification of NC axes.
  • Page 308 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece <Screen 3: Monitor screen (Normal view) (6 axes or more)> Note (1) The maximum number of axes that can be displayed is 10 axes. Press the menu [Next axis] to switch display to display the subsequent axes.
  • Page 309 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece <Screen 5: Monitor screen (Simple view) (6 axes or more)> Note (1) When the number of axes is 6 or more or the input unit is a maximum 0.01 μm in any one of the part systems, the screen display will change to the example shown above for all part systems.
  • Page 310 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece [2-part system simultaneous display] (Parameter "#11019 2-systm display" = 1, 2) Counter1 (expand) In "Counter1" (expand) display, single counter, MSTB display and currently executing program, etc. are displayed for each part system.
  • Page 311 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece <Screen 8: Dual counter display (5 axes or more)> Note (1) The maximum number of axes that can be displayed is 8 axes. Press the menu [Next axis] to switch display to display the subsequent axes.
  • Page 312 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Display items Details This area displays the counter of the relative position or workpiece coordinate position. Counter display If each axis is at a specific position or in a specific status, the following status abbreviations are displayed.
  • Page 313 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Details This area displays the tool number, standby tool number and T command value of the cur- Tool No. display rently selected tool. <Monitor screen (Normal view)> Tool No. Tool command value [T] Standby tool No.
  • Page 314 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Details Speed display Interpolation feeding: Displays the vector-direction speed (FA), dwell time, etc. of the axis currently being moved. Each axis independent feeding: Displays the speed of the axis with the highest speed des- ignated.
  • Page 315 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Details (15) Selective display This area displays NC data that is selected in the parameter "#8940 Set select display". area Depending on the selected NC data, you can press the , [↑], [↓], [←], [→], [→|],...
  • Page 316 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Sub-menus displayed by pressing the menu [Dsp sw.], when 2-part system simultaneous display is valid (#11019 = 1) Menus Details Switches the counter display format to counter1 (expand). Counter expand Switches the counter display format to dual counter.
  • Page 317: Switching The Display Format

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.2 Switching the Display Format Monitr Dsp sw. The monitor screen display format can be switched using the menu [Dsp sw.]. The switchable display format varies depend- ing on the value of the parameter "#11019 2-system display".
  • Page 318: Switching The Counter Types

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.3 Switching the Counter Types Monitr Dsp sw. The counter mode on the monitor screen (monitor screen (normal view), monitor screen (simple view), and 2-part system simultaneous display screen) can be switched using the parameter or the menu [Counter].
  • Page 319 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece <Monitor screen (2-part system simultaneous display)> The following counter type is displayed in the target operation area on the left. Also, the same counter type is displayed in the target operation area on the right.
  • Page 320 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Switching the counter type using the menu The type of the counter to be displayed on the monitor screen can be changed using the sub-menu [Counter] under the menu [Dsp sw.]. If the counter type is switched using the menus [Counter #1] to [Counter #5], the values of the parameters "#8901 Counter type 1"...
  • Page 321: Switching The Spindle No. To Be Displayed On Counter

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.4 Switching the Spindle No. to be Displayed on Counter Monitr Next Ax The number of counter axes that can be displayed on the monitor screen is as follows. To refer to the subsequent axes, select the menu [Next axis].
  • Page 322 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Changing MSTB display On the monitor screen in 2-part system simultaneous view, you can press the [MST Chg] main menu to change the MSTB display for the area to be operated. The MSTB display type is held for each part system when the screen is switched or the power is turned ON again.
  • Page 323: Counter All-axis Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.6 Counter All-axis Display Monitr Cnt exp A counter for all axes opens as a pop-up display. The type of displayed counter can be selected with the menu. Menus Menus Details This displays the currently executed position.
  • Page 324 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Menus Details This displays the position of the tool center from the machine coordinate system reference position in the machine coordinate system. machine This displays the amount moved in the selected axis direction using the manual pulse generator in the Pulse hypothetical machine coordinate system.
  • Page 325: Modal Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.7 Modal Display Monitr Modal The state of each modal during automatic operation is displayed. The displayed details differ for the M system and L system. <M system> Even if operating area is switched in the 2-part system simultaneous display, the position of the pop-up window will not change.
  • Page 326 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Details Details of G modal This item displays detailed information of the G command modal status of the currently executed group. Each item displays the following information. G50 :P= 0.000000 Scaling factor G54.1:P1...
  • Page 327 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Details This area displays the program command modal value for each of the currently executed MSTB display area commands. Each item displays the following information. S command M command T command 2nd miscellaneous function (B) command...
  • Page 328 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece <L system> Even if operating area is switched in the 2-part system simultaneous display, the position of the pop-up window will not change. It is always displayed at the bottom of the screen.
  • Page 329 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Details Details of G modal This item displays detailed information of the G command modal status of the currently executed group. Each item displays the following information. G54.1:P10 Workpiece coordinate system offset No.
  • Page 330 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Details F modal area This area displays the F modal value and manual feedrate. FA: Displays the program command asynchronous feedrate modal value of the currently executed command. FM: Displays the manual feedrate.
  • Page 331: Program Tree Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.8 Program Tree Display Monitr Tree This displays the main program, subprogram, MDI interrupt and user macro call nesting structure. This also displays the execution position of the main program and the subprogram (the lowest level of the nest only) as a percentage during the automatic operation.
  • Page 332: Integrated Time Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Menus Menus Details This closes the pop-up window and quits this function. Close 9.2.9 Integrated Time Display Monitr Time For details, refer to "8.1.1 Integrated Time Display". IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 333: Load Meter Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.10 Load Meter Display Monitr LdMeter The spindle load and Z axis load, etc., are displayed. Display items Display items Details NC axis load meter Up to eight NC axes loads (%) are displayed.
  • Page 334: Spindle, Standby Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Note (1) Due to the specifications issued by MTB, pressing the menu [Load meter] without setting ON load meter display causes an error. 9.2.11 Spindle, Standby Display Monitr Sp-stby The current spindle tool No. and the standby tool No. (a maximum of 4 tools) are displayed.
  • Page 335: Tool Center Coordinate Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.12 Tool Center Coordinate Display Monitr TipDisp The tool center coordinates, handle interrupt amount (tool axis movement) and tool center point speed are displayed by the following functions: the tool center point control function, the tool length compensation along tool axis function and the tool handle feed &...
  • Page 336 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Note (1) Status abbreviations are displayed only in "Tip Mach posn" counter area. They are not displayed in other counter area. (2) The data for 5 axes can be displayed in each counter. In case the number of valid axis is 6 or more, and you want to display the 6th and subsequent axes, press the menu [Next axis] to switch display.
  • Page 337: All Spindles' Rotation Speed Display

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.2.13 All Spindles' Rotation Speed Display Monitr All Sp The command rotation speed and actual rotation of all spindles are displayed. This function only displays the value. It is not possible to operate here.
  • Page 338: Restart Search

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3 Restart Search Monitr Reserch With this function, the program search can be executed while updating the coordinate values and the modal information in the same manner as an actual program operation.
  • Page 339 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Screen transition <Top search screen> (Note) [Top search] [Search exec] / [Top search] / [INPUT] / <Main screen> <File setting screen> [File set] [Retn] / / File input operation <MSTB History screen>...
  • Page 340 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Precautions (1) Set the tool offset amounts and parameters before proceeding the program restart search. If they are not set before- hand, the axes will not return to the proper machining start position.
  • Page 341 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Precautions (For multi-part system) (1) If any ONBP is designated, restart search is only carried out in the displayed part system. (This operation is available when this function is invalid.) (2) The type 2 restart search cannot be carried out without ONBP designation; therefore, only the type 1 restart search be- comes available for all part systems in batch.
  • Page 342: Main Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.1 Main Screen The type 1 and type 2 restart search can be executed from the main screen. Display items Display items Details Device name, directory This displays the device and directory where the searched machining program is lo- display cated.
  • Page 343 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Menus Menus Details This starts the restart search based on the designated device, directory, program number (O), se- Search quence number (N), block number (B) and number of block execution times (P).
  • Page 344: Top Search Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.2 Top Search Screen Display items Same as "Operation Search". Menus Menus Details This starts the top search based on the designated device, directory, program number (O), sequence Search number (N), block number (B) and number of block execution times (P).
  • Page 345: File Setting Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.3 File Setting Screen Display items Same as "Operation Search". Menus Menus Details This selects the device for searching for the program. Memory <Note> The menu [Memory2] is grayed out and non-selectable, when the specification of program memory capacity 1000kB[2560m] or 2000kB[5120m] is invalid.
  • Page 346: Mstb History Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.4 MSTB History Screen Display items Display items Details MSTB history The MSTB codes used for the machining are listed after the restart search is complet- The displayed value can be set (manual numerical value command) as the current modal value until the reset or starting is applied.
  • Page 347: Operation Sequence For Program Restart

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.5 Operation Sequence for Program Restart There are two types of restart, type 1 and type 2. Restart type 1 When feed hold has been applied and reset because the tool has broken, etc., restart with restart type 1.
  • Page 348 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Restart type 2 If a machining program differing from the machining program to be restarted was run before starting restart search, restart with restart type 2. When the coordinate system of the automatic operation last time and the coordinate system of the machining restart are changed, it is possible to restart.
  • Page 349: Executing Restart Search (restart Type 1)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.6 Executing Restart Search (Restart Type 1) When feed hold has been applied and reset because the tool has broken, etc., restart with Restart type 1. When the following conditions are met, the program search is executed across all part systems in batch.
  • Page 350: Executing Restart Search (restart Type 2)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.7 Executing Restart Search (Restart Type 2) If a machining program differing from the machining program to be restarted was run before starting restart search, restart the respective machining program with restart type 2.
  • Page 351 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece (11) Set the position to restart search in the setting area. Delimit the ONBP number in the setting area using /. <When O No. was attached> The restart search is executed at designated position by NBP No.
  • Page 352 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Operation method (When the parameter "#8914 Auto Top search" is "1") (Example) When restarting from subprogram O123 N6 B2 called from main program O1000 Turn the power ON, and return all axes to the refer- ence position.
  • Page 353: Returning To The Restart Position

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.8 Returning to the Restart Position The axis is returned to the restart position after restart search is completed. The method for returning to the restart position (manual/automatic) can be selected with the parameters "#1302 AutoRP".
  • Page 354 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Automatic restart position return If the parameter "#1302 AutoRP" is set to "1", each axis returns to the restart position with dry run at cycle start. Machining restarts after returning. The order that the axes return follows parameter "#2082 a_rstax".
  • Page 355: Executing The Mstb Commands

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.3.9 Executing the MSTB Commands If the menu [MTB history] is pressed after restart search is completed, the MSTB commands used for machining program appear. If the cursor is moved to the listed M, S, T or B command and the [INPUT] key is pressed, that command will be executed.
  • Page 356: Collation And Stop

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.4 Collation and Stop Monitr Col stp The machining program operation can be block stopped at a registered collation and stop position. The registered collation and stop position can be canceled. When the specified block appears, NC status will change single block stop after the execution of the block.
  • Page 357 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Collation and stop de- This is the name of the device to be stopped for collation. vice name Collation and stop posi- This is the position of the program where collation and stop is to be executed.
  • Page 358 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Operation method (Registering the collation and stop) The currently selected part system is displayed at the Press the key to select the part system to be upper left of the screen. stopped for collation.
  • Page 359 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Precautions (1) When registering the stop position (O, N, B values), confirm that the block exists in the searched program. Collation and stop will not be executed if the corresponding block is not found at the registered stop position.
  • Page 360: Correcting The Machining Program

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.5 Correcting the Machining Program Monitr Edit 9.5.1 Program Editing If you press the [Edit] main menu or set the edit/search signal ON, the program editing window appears to enable you to edit a program.
  • Page 361 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Display items Display items Details Path display The path of the currently opened program file is displayed. (If the path is too long, the portion exceeding single-byte 49 characters is not dis- played.)
  • Page 362 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece INPUT search By pressing [INPUT] key when it is in the normal status (not being in status such as editing or character searching, etc.), operation search of the selected part system is carried out starting from the block that has the cursor.
  • Page 363 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Edit/search signal search This is enabled when "2" or "3" is set to the parameter "#11031 Cursor pos search". Carry out the operation search to find the program to carry out the cursor position search.
  • Page 364 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece (6) If the "Edit/Search" window is displayed while the automatic operation or restart search is in process in the selected part system, message "Executing automatic operation" or "Program restarting" is displayed. However, when "#11039 Cusr pos srch type"...
  • Page 365 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Search during single block stop Cursor position search can be operated during single block stop when "1" is set to the parameter "#11039 Cusr pos srch type". By pressing menu [Edit] during single block stop, single block stop position becomes top of the program display.
  • Page 366: Buffer Correction

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece 9.5.2 Buffer Correction Monitr P corr The next command can be corrected and changed by block stop during the automatic operation in the memory mode or the operation in the MDI mode.
  • Page 367 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Operation method During a single block stop or when a program error stop occurs, the buffer can be corrected with the following operations, and operation can be continued. The normally executed program appears in the buffer correction area.
  • Page 368 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Precautions Buffer correction mode will not be applied in the following cases: (1) Machining program for buffer corrections is in edit lock or program display lock state. (2) When the data protection is valid.
  • Page 369 C80 Series Instruction Manual 9 Machining a Workpiece Previous command and command in execution (1) When the buffer is corrected following the operation mode change at single block stop, nothing will be displayed in previous command and command in execution.
  • Page 370: Troubleshooting

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  • Page 371: Confirming The Nc Message (alarm Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10Troubleshooting This chapter explains remedies when any alarm message is displayed, and how to check the NC status. The operations are mainly performed on the diagnosis (Diagn) or maintenance (Mainte) screen. 10.1 Confirming the NC Message (Alarm Screen)
  • Page 372 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Display items Details NC message This displays the operation alarms, program errors, MCP alarms, servo alarms, sys- tem alarms, etc. Up to 10 messages are displayed in order of priority. Stop code This displays the automatic operation status or stop status during automatic operation.
  • Page 373: Alarm History

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.1.1 Alarm History When an alarm occurs, the alarm information is recorded. When the NC power is ON, an alarm is automatically recorded in alarm history. Alarm information is recorded from the latest alarm to 512.
  • Page 374 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Menus Menus Details This displays the first page of the alarm history. Alarm The history sequentially displays 16 alarms per page from the latest alarm. If there are two or more NC history alarms of same day and time, the alarms are sequentially displayed from the alarm and warning of the 1st part system.
  • Page 375: Checking Machine Status

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.2 Checking Machine Status 10.2.1 System Configuration Screen Diagn Config Select the menu [Config] on the diagnosis (Diagn) screen to display the hardware configuration (card name and sub-num- ber), software configuration (software number and sub-number), and PLC program configuration (file name, file label, and execution type).
  • Page 376: Option Display Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Display items Details Remarks (1) Software list This displays a list of the software being used. keys to change the pages and refer it. (2) Installed lang This displays a list of installed languages.
  • Page 377: Drive Monitor Screen (servo Unit)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.2.3 Drive Monitor Screen (Servo Unit) Diagn Drv mon The various data related to the servo axis (NC axis, PLC axis) can be monitored by selecting the menus [Drv mon] -> [Servo unit] on the diagnosis (Diagn) screen.
  • Page 378 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Max current 3 (%) This displays the FB value of the motor current in terms of continuous current during stalling. An absolute value of the current FB peak value sampled in most recent 2 seconds is displayed.
  • Page 379 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Fan rev (r/min) The detected rotation speed of the unit cooling FAN is displayed by converting it into percentage format. Drive temp. (deg) This displays the drive unit temperature. Motor temp. (deg) This displays the motor temperature.
  • Page 380 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details This indicates the control signal output from servo to NC. (bit0 to bit7) Control output Bit0: Z-phase passed Bit3: In zero speed Bit7: In external emergency stop Control output This indicates the control signal output from servo to NC. (bit8 to bitF)
  • Page 381 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Machine end detector This displays the machine end detector type. The type is displayed when the control method is CLOSED or DUAL. * is displayed when the method is SEMI. Mach. end detect No This displays the machine end detector serial No.
  • Page 382: Drive Monitor Screen (spindle Unit)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.2.4 Drive Monitor Screen (Spindle Unit) Diagn Drv mon The various data related to the spindle can be monitored by selecting the menus [Drv mon] -> [Spindle unit] on the diagnosis (Diagn) screen. Change the display item with...
  • Page 383 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Max disturb torq (%) This displays the estimated disturbance torque in terms of stall rated torque when the col- lision detection function is adjusted. An absolute value of the estimated disturbance torque peak value sampled in most recent 2 seconds is displayed.
  • Page 384 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details SP sync err -P (deg) This displays the maximum value of the angle at which the synchronous spindle lags be- hind the basic spindle during spindle synchronization I, tool spindle synchronization IA/ IB, or tool spindle synchronization II.
  • Page 385 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details This indicates the control signal input from NC to spindle. (bit8 to bitF) Control input 4H BitC: M coil selection command BitD: L coil selection command BitE: Sub-motor selection command Control input 5L This indicates the control signal input from NC to spindle.
  • Page 386 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Motor end detect No This displays the motor end detector serial No. Mach. end detect No This displays the machine end detector serial No. Motor It displays the motor type which is set for the spindle specification parameter "#3138 mo- tor_type".
  • Page 387: Drive Monitor Screen (power Supply Unit)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.2.5 Drive Monitor Screen (Power Supply Unit) Diagn Drv mon The various data related to the power supply can be monitored by selecting the menus [Drv mon] -> [Power unit] on the diagnosis (Diagn) screen.
  • Page 388 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Consumed power (kW) The power consumption is calculated and its integrated value is displayed. (0.01 kWh) Pwr. distortion (V) The amount of power distortion (harmonic voltage value) is calculated and displayed.
  • Page 389: Drive Monitor Screen (synchronous Error)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.2.6 Drive Monitor Screen (Synchronous Error) Diagn Drv mon The "Synchronous error" appears only when the synchronous control axis specification is valid. The various data related to the synchronous error can be monitored by selecting the menus [Drv mon] -> [Synchro error] on the diagnosis (Diagn) screen.
  • Page 390: Clearing The Alarm History On Drive Monitor Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.2.7 Clearing the Alarm History on Drive Monitor Screen Diagn Drv mon Operation method Press the menu [Servo unit], [Spindle unit] or [Power unit]. Using the menu [Next axis], tab keys select the axis (device) from which to clear the alarm history.
  • Page 391: Diagnosis Screens

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.3 Diagnosis Screens 10.3.1 Self Diagnosis Screen Diagn Selfdia The hardware state and NC operation state can be confirmed by selecting the menu [Selfdia] on the diagnosis (Diagn) screen. Display items Display items Details H/W state (common for This displays the hardware state of the NC unit and display unit.
  • Page 392 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting (*1) As for the NC unit, the contents are as follows depending on the condition: Item Details Battery vol state CPU module does not use the battery. This item is not displayed. The PLC CPU and the servo drive unit use batteries, but the states of these batter- Battery used years ies are not displayed in the screen.
  • Page 393 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting (*2) The following state can be confirmed. State Details In-position This displays "1" (in-position state) when the following conditions are satisfied for even one axis. There is a control axis whose acceleration/deceleration is not zero.
  • Page 394: Checking Alarms Of Drive Unit

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.3.2 Checking Alarms of Drive Unit Mainte Mainte You can confirm the following information on the servo diagnosis screen by pressing [Mainte] -> [Servo diagn] on the diag- nosis (Diagn) screen: - The number of alarms of servo/spindle drive unit...
  • Page 395 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting (2) Display of the spindle PLG diagnosis information Display items Display items Details Alarm times This displays the data for each axis or unit. There are Alarm times 1 to 32, and there are switched with the page up/down keys.
  • Page 396 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Menus Menus Details Displays the servo unit diagnosis information in the data display area. Servo unit Displays the spindle unit diagnosis information in the data display area. Spindle unit <Note> When the parameter "#1039 spinno" is set to "0", this menu is not displayed.
  • Page 397: Collecting The Data On The Diagnosis Data Collection Setting Screen

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.3.3 Collecting the Data on the Diagnosis Data Collection Setting Screen Mainte Mainte The NC automatically collects diagnosis data based on the "Sampling spec" and "Collecting data select" settings specified on the diagnosis data collection (Collect set) screen of the maintenance (Mainte) screen.
  • Page 398 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Sampling specifica- Specify the part system, spindle, and servo axes where sampling data is to be tions collected. System Specify the part systems where sampling data is not to be collected.
  • Page 399 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Operation method (Start of data collection) Press the menu [Start]. Press the [Y] or [INPUT] key. Note (1) Data collection starts even if "Alarm history" is set to "1" (not collected). Operation method (Stop of data collection) Press the menu [Stop].
  • Page 400: Advanced Diagnosis

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.4 Advanced Diagnosis Be sure to perform the operations in this section under the MTB instructions. 10.4.1 Displaying and Setting the PLC Device Data (I/F Diagnosis Screen) Diagn I/F dia The various input/output signals for the PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) control can be displayed and set in this screen.
  • Page 401 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details 1-shot output This displays the data and device to carry out one-shot output. The details to be defined are set here when carrying out the one-shot type forced out- put of PLC interface signals.
  • Page 402: Displaying The Plc Device Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.4.1.1 Displaying the PLC Device Data The various status signals and register data used in the PLC can be monitored and displayed. When this screen is first selected, the respective 16-byte amounts of input/output data are displayed from device "X0000"...
  • Page 403: Carrying Out Modal Output

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.4.1.2 Carrying Out Modal Output Modal type forced output of PLC interface signals is carried out. Once set, this data is held until cancelled, the power is turned ON/OFF, or other data is overwritten. There are four sets of devices that modally output. If this number is exceeded, the previously existing data is overwritten.
  • Page 404: Carrying Out One-shot Output

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.4.1.3 Carrying Out One-shot Output The one-shot type PLC interface signal forced output is forcibly output only once during the screen operations. Thus, it may not be possible to confirm the PLC interface signals updated with the PLC on the screen.
  • Page 405: Writing And Reading The Data Using The Nc Data Designation (nc Memory Diagnosis Screen)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.4.2 Writing and Reading the Data Using the NC Data Designation (NC Memory Diagnosis Screen) Diagn Mem dia The NC internal data can be displayed and rewritten on the NC memory diagnosis (Mem dia) screen of the diagnosis (Di- agn) screen.
  • Page 406 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Menus Menus Details This erases the information in the line where the cursor is. (One entire line becomes blank.) The cursor Line does not move at this time. clear The contents of the set address data (Part system No, Section/sub-section/axis) for all the lines are con- Data stantly displayed.
  • Page 407: Collecting The Nc Data (data Sampling Screen)

    The NC internal data (speed output from NC to the drive unit, or feedback data from the drive unit, etc.) can be sampled. Also, the sampling data can be output externally on the I/O screen on the maintenance (Mainte) screen. For the details, refer to "C80 Series Data Sampling Specification Manual (BNP-C3077-034)". IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 408: Safety Observation

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.5 Safety Observation Diagn Safety The configuration, signal status, drive status and version in use of the smart safety observation function are displayed on the safety observation screen. 10.5.1 Safety Observation Screen (Configuration Diagnosis) The available/unavailable states of the smart safety observation function are displayed on the configuration diagnosis screen.
  • Page 409 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details NC-I/O safety communica- This displays the communication status of the safety I/O communication. tion To perform the safety I/O communication, at least one of remote I/O channels needs to be configured with the safety I/O devices (safety remote I/O unit, opera- tion panel equipped with safety I/Os) and RIO2.0 unit alone.
  • Page 410: Safety Observation Screen (signal Monitor)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.5.2 Safety Observation Screen (Signal Monitor) The signal monitor screen displays the safety PLC signal status. The safety PLC signal displays both of the duplex PLC signals to identify the incongruous state. With the initial display, the input/output signal status from the device "X0000" is displayed on the left side and the input/output signals from the device "Y0000"...
  • Page 411 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Displaying the PLC device input/output signal To refer the arbitrary input/output signal status, enter the target device No. to the input area, and the display will be switched. (Example) For displaying the input/output signal of the arbitrary device No. "X0020"...
  • Page 412: Safety Observation Screen (drive Monitor)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.5.3 Safety Observation Screen (Drive Monitor) The safety communication state with servo drive (NC axis, PLC axis) and spindle drive can be monitored. Only the safety drive communication parameter enabled axes are displayed on this screen.
  • Page 413 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Safety command 2L This displays the data sent to the drive. Details SBC command (0: No command, 1: With command) SBC command for SBT (1CH side) (0: No command, 1: With...
  • Page 414 C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting Display items Details Safety status 2L This displays the data received from the drive. Details SBC status (0: No operation, 1: In operation) SBC status for SBT (1CH side) (0: No operation, 1: In opera-...
  • Page 415: Safety Observation Screen (version Display)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 10 Troubleshooting 10.5.4 Safety Observation Screen (Version Display) Software version about smart safety observation is displayed on the version display screen. Display items Display items Details NC Safety This displays the smart safety observation software version of the NC system.
  • Page 416: Performing A Backup Operation

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  • Page 417 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11Performing a Backup Operation Mainte The Input/Output screen of the maintenance (Mainte) screen is used to carry out NC data input/output between the NC internal memory and the external input/output devices.
  • Page 418 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Display items Details This displays a contents list (directory and file name) of the directory in the setting col- (3) List umn (file setting column A or B) where the cursor is currently located.
  • Page 419 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Menus Menus Details This changes the setting area to file setting column A (transfer origin) or file setting column B (transfer Area destination). change The display of the valid area (A or B) is highlighted.
  • Page 420 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation When setting the file setting field A or B device, directory and file name on this screen, the area containing these must be valid. The display area can be changed by pressing the menu key ([Area change]) or the cursor key [↑] and [↓].
  • Page 421: Selecting A Device, Directory And File

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.1 Selecting a Device, Directory and File Mainte File selection sequence Designate the device where the target file is located. Select from the sub menu. Designate the directory with a full path.
  • Page 422 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Sub-menus of [Dir] (memory) Menus Details "Program" appears in the directory. Program The "File" column is blank. "Program all" is displayed in the "Dir" column. Program The "File" column is blank.
  • Page 423 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Selecting a NC memory program Press the menu [Device select]. Press the menu [Memory]. Press the menu [File name]. Input the file name. The selected file name appears. <When inputting the file name from the input area>...
  • Page 424 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Designating multiple files <Designating multiple serial files> Multiple serial files can be transferred, compared and erased in the file setting column A. Set as follows in this case. File name: (Upper row) First file name (Lower row) Last file name <Using a wildcard>...
  • Page 425 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Selecting a device file other than the NC memory (When separately selecting the directory and file name.) Press the menu [Device select]. Select the device. Select the menu [Dir]. Select a file.
  • Page 426 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Selecting a device file other than the NC memory (When simultaneously selecting the directory and file name.) Press the menu [Device select]. Select the device. Press the menu [File name]. Select a file.
  • Page 427: Transferring A File

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.2 Transferring a File Mainte Operation method Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column A. Designate the transfer source device, directory and The designated file appears. file name.
  • Page 428 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Precautions Notes related to transferring in general (1) Depending on the type of file, some data cannot be transferred during automatic operation. Do not transfer during automatic operation. (2) When the capacity of the transfer destination is reached during file transfer, only the data transferred up to that point is registered as a file, and an error will occur.
  • Page 429 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation (12) If the file to be transferred (input) is targeted for edit lock (edit lock B: 8000 to 9999 or edit lock C: 9000 to 9999), the message "Edit lock B" or "Edit lock C" is displayed, causing a transfer failure.
  • Page 430: Comparing Files (compare)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.3 Comparing Files (Compare) Mainte Operation method Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column A. Designate the device, directory and file name to be compared. Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column B.
  • Page 431: Erasing A File

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.4 Erasing a File Mainte Operation method (Erasing a file in file setting column A) Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column A. Designate the device, directory and file name to be erased.
  • Page 432: Changing A File Name (rename)

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.5 Changing a File Name (Rename) Mainte Operation method Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column A. Designate the original device, directory and file name. Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column B.
  • Page 433: Creating A Directory

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.6 Creating a Directory Mainte Operation method Press the menu [Area change] to select the file set- ting column A. The designated details appear. Designate the device. The devices that can create a directory are memory card and USB memory.
  • Page 434: Restrictions

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.7 Restrictions (1) When multiple files are transferred to NC memory, a file in edit lock mode is not transferred, and other files are trans- ferred. 11.7.1 Device Definition (1) If a USB memory device formatted over FAT32 is used, it may cause a file reading and writing failure.
  • Page 435: Other Functions

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.8 Other Functions 11.8.1 Merging a File Mainte Operation method Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column A. Designate the merge destination device, directory, and file name. Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column B.
  • Page 436: List Of File Names

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.8.2 List of File Names There is a directory for each type of data in the device [Memory]. Each directory and file name (fixed) in the device is shown below. Do not change the extensions (.XXX) when storing in a device other than [Memory].
  • Page 437: Edit Lock B And C

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.8.3 Edit Lock B and C This function prohibits editing, erasing, etc., of the machining programs B and C, and protects the machining programs in the device [Memory]. Machining program Edit Lock B...
  • Page 438: Data Protection Keys

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.8.4 Data Protection Keys Data protection key prevents various data from being set or erased. The key name differs according to the MTB. Refer to the instruction manual issued by the MTB for details.
  • Page 439 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column A. Designate the transfer source device and directory. Designate the file which consists of two or more machining programs. Press the menu [Area change] to select file setting column B.
  • Page 440 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Batch output and verify from NC memory Example of "NC memory -> the external device" of machining program batch transfer External device NC memory (USB memory etc.) 1000 PROCESS01 (TEST) (Blank line) N1G28X0.Y0.Z0.
  • Page 441 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Note (1) When programs are output in a batch from NC memory, always specify "Program batch" to NC memory directory as transfer source. If "Program batch" is not specified, the program is transferred by one program per one file.
  • Page 442: Performing Backups Of Nc Memory Data

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation 11.9 Performing Backups of NC Memory Data Using the backup/restoration function of the GOT, the data of the NC memory can be backed up in the external device. Also, the data can be restored from the external device to the NC memory.
  • Page 443 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Operation method for backup Insert a USB memory in the front-side USB drive of the GOT. Press the screen at the top left to open the utility screen. Press [Data mng.] tab - (Backup restoration).
  • Page 444 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation Press [Data mng.] tab - (Backup restoration). The files in the USB memory are displayed in "Data list". Press (Restoration function). <Note> When the device selection screen appears, select Data name displayed in the "Date list" column indi- the restoration target device.
  • Page 445 C80 Series Instruction Manual 11 Performing a Backup Operation IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 446: Appx.1: List Of Function Codes

    Appx.1: List of Function Codes IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 447 C80 Series Instruction Manual 12 Appx.1: List of Function Codes 12Appx.1: List of Function Codes Function Control PARITY V Screen dis- Setting and In memory Punch-output Internal NC system func- code unit rec- play display unit tion ognition V count...
  • Page 448: Appx.2: Other Functions For Reference

    Appx.2: Other Functions for Reference IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 449: F1-digit Feed

    C80 Series Instruction Manual 13 Appx.2: Other Functions for Reference 13Appx.2: Other Functions for Reference 13.1 F1-digit Feed The feedrate registered by parameter can be assigned by designating a single digit following address F. There are six F codes: F0 and F1 to F5. The rapid traverse rate is applied when F0 is issued which is the same as the G00 command.
  • Page 450 C80 Series Instruction Manual 13 Appx.2: Other Functions for Reference Conversion of the F1-digit feedrate changing with handle operation Once the F1-digit feedrate is changed with manual handle, the changed feedrate is valid until parameter is changed or the power is turned OFF. Changed feedrate can be checked only during the operation. Note that if the parameter "#1246 set18(bit16)"...
  • Page 451 C80 Series Instruction Manual 13 Appx.2: Other Functions for Reference IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 452: Appx.3: Daily Inspection Of Got

    Appx.3: Daily Inspection of GOT IB-1501453-C...
  • Page 453 C80 Series Instruction Manual 14 Appx.3: Daily Inspection of GOT 14Appx.3: Daily Inspection of GOT The GOT does not have consumable components that shorten its life. However, the battery and liquid crystal display have limited life. Periodical replacement of the battery is recommended.
  • Page 454 Revision History Date of revision Manual No. Revision details Oct. 2016 IB(NA)1501453-A First edition created. Aug. 2017 IB(NA)1501453-B Added or modified the following contents corresponding to the A2 version of the system software. Added the following contents: - 2.6.3 Operating the Screen by Touch Gestures - 5.4.5 Undoing Change of Tool Compensation Data - 8.6 Thread Recutting Function Changed the following contents:...
  • Page 455 Date of revision Manual No. Revision details Aug. 2018 IB(NA)1501453-C The descriptions were revised corresponding to S/W version B0 of MITSUBISHI CNC C80 Series. Changed the following contents: - 2.1.3 Messages - 2.2.3 Operation Mode/MDI Status - 2.6.2 Software Keyboard - 2.6.3 Operating the Screen by Touch Gestures...
  • Page 457 TEL: +420-59-5691-185 / FAX: +420-59-5691-199 BRAZIL Russia Service Center MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC RUSSIA LLC Mitsubishi Electric do Brasil Comércio e Serviços Ltda. LETNIKOVSKAYA STREET 2, BLD.1, 5TH 115114 MOSCOW, RUSSIA Votorantim Office TEL: +7-495-721-2070 / FAX: +7-495-721-2071 AV. GISELE CONSTANTINO,1578, PARQUE BELA VISTA, VOTORANTIM-SP, BRAZIL CEP:18.110-650...
  • Page 458 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION (CHINA) LTD. (CHINA FA CENTER) Singapore Service Center China Shanghai Service Center 307 ALEXANDRA ROAD #05-01/02 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC BUILDING SINGAPORE 159943 1-3,5-10,18-23/F, NO.1386 HONG QIAO ROAD, CHANG NING QU, TEL: +65-6473-2308 / FAX: +65-6476-7439 SHANGHAI 200336, CHINA...
  • Page 459 Every effort has been made to keep up with software and hardware revisions in the contents described in this manual. However, please understand that in some unavoidable cases simultaneous revision is not possible. Please contact your Mitsubishi Electric dealer with any questions or comments regarding the use of this product. Duplication Prohibited This manual may not be reproduced in any form, in part or in whole, without written permission from Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.

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