PROGRAMMING 18. SPECIFYING THE LASER FUNCTION
Specifies the initial pulse duty (ratio of the pulse ON time to the pulse
period) during piercing.
Specifies the pulse frequency increment per step during piercing.
Specifies the increment of the pulse duty (ratio of the pulse ON time to
the pulse period) per step during piercing.
Specifies the duration of a single step during piercing.
Specifies the total number of steps during piercing.
Specifies the duration that piercing is to be performed. The duration must
be greater than the step time multiplied by the number of steps. If it is
shorter, piercing will terminate once the piercing time has elapsed, before
the specified number of steps are executed.
Table 18.2 Valid Ranges
Valid range Unit Parameter
S_ 0 to 7000W 1W 15080
P_ 5 to 2000Hz 1Hz 15081
Q_ 0 to 100% 1% 15082
I_ 0 to 2000Hz 1Hz 15083
J_ 0 to 100% 1% 15084
K_ 0 to 32767msec 1msec 15085
H_ 0 to 32767 1 15086
R_ 0 to 99999999msec 1msec 15087
If only the data for piercing is to be changed without performing piercing,
G10 can be used to specify the parameters corresponding to the desired
G10 L50; Data setting mode
N_R_; N=Parameter number, R=Data item
N_R_: N=Parameter number, R=Data item
. . . . .
G11; Data setting mode cancel
During piercing, the piercing time can be extended or shortened by using
an external signal.
S When ”Extend” is performed during piercing, the final continuation
time is extended.
S When ”Shorten” is performed during piercing, piercing terminates at
the rising edge of a signal.
S Whether the piercing time set for a parameter is to be updated with the
actual piercing time when Extend or Shorten is performed can be
specified using a parameter.
D Initial pulse duty
D Pulse frequency
D Pulse duty increment
D Step time
D Number of steps
D Piercing time
D Data change command
D Function for changing
the piercing time