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Wanted to say hi and have a few questions on 200sy with fusion control

 
cgmaster
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#1 | Posted: 3 Feb 2019 11:32
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I have a 200sy I picked up and finally have back up and running after replacing control and he. Unfortunately I lost almost everything and the backup mazak and mitsubishi had was almost useless. I ended up getting the parameters set correctly mostly. It is running pretty good but have a few issues.

It lost all the programs. I was able to find a macro from another machine that got my tool change to work. I asked mazak and they said the machine doesn't need a macro for tool changes. Does anyone else have a list of macros that may be needed for this machine? They would be 8000 and 9000 series programs. Which you have to change a parameter to see. Mak has not been any help.

Related to the above I found info on g68.5, g125 and g128 macro for plane shift. What is the difference? No one has been able to explain this to me?
dc2012
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#2 | Posted: 6 Feb 2019 21:28 | Edited by: dc2012
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Our integrexes dont have those macros or they are just not exposed, but I'll ask my machinist as he has a long history with Mazaks. I'll let you know what I find out.
cgmaster
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#3 | Posted: 12 Feb 2019 17:49
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p109 bit 0 set to o allows editing 9000 series programs set to 1 protects 9000 series programs

P109 bit 1 set to 0 allows you to display 9000 programs set to 1 hides the 9000 series programs
P109 bit 4 set to 0 allows editing 8000 and 9000 series programs set to 1 to prevent editing
P109 bit 5 set to 0 allows you to see 8000 and 9000 series programs set to 1 hides 8000 series programs.


I think to see and copy the actual program in the 8000 and 9000 range p109 should look like P109=00000000 if you make changes to any parameter always record the original setting.

Parameters k82 through k96 show machine macro calls.
 

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