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CNC | M03-M04-S Command | Spindle Speed

Spindle Speed Introduction The spindle speed is programmed in revolutions per minute under the address S provided that the machine possesses a controlled spindle. The direction...

CNC Lathe | G50.2 and G51.2 | Polygon Turning

Polygon Turning Introduction When rotating the workpiece and a tool at a certain ratio, a polygonal figure can be machined. For example, by changing conditions such...

CNC Grinding | G74 Cycle | Oscillation Direct Constant-Size Grinding

CNC Grinding -  Oscillation Size Grinding This cycle uses only CNC grinding machines with related control units. Not applicable to CNC lathe or machine centres. An...

CNC Grinding | G73 Cycle | Oscillation Grinding

CNC Grinding - Oscillation Grinding This cycle uses only CNC grinding machines with related control units. Not applicable to CNC lathe or machine centres. An oscillation...

CNC Grinding | G72 Cycle | Traverse Direct Constant-Size Grinding

CNC Grinding - Size Grinding This cycle uses only CNC grinding machines with related control units. Not applicable to CNC lathe or machine centres. A traverse...

CNC Grinding | G71 Cycle | Traverse Grinding

CNC Grinding - Traverse Grinding This cycle uses only CNC grinding machines with related control units. Not applicable to CNC lathe or machine centres. A traverse...

CNC | M198 Code | External Subprogram Call (Quick Guide)

M198 Code Introduction During memory operation, you can call and execute a subprogram registered in an external device (such as a Memory Card, Handy File,...

CNC Macro | Real versus Integer Values

Introduction Though perhaps inappropriate, Fanuc control is very liberal in the use of real numbers in place of integer numbers, and vice versa, in macro...

CNC Macro | Display of Variables

Introduction It is necessary to understand how the values of variables are displayed on the macro variable screen, because it might cause some confusion. The...

CNC Macro | Assigning a Value to a Variable

Introduction A value can be assigned to a variable in the general format; #i = <some value or arithmetic expression>; where i is the variable number. On...
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