3. HIGH–SPEED RESPONSE
(Power Mate i–H)
1 G135.2 belongs to the group 01 G–code.
2 The actual velocity at the end point may be different from F
command. The actual velocity at the end point is calculated
as follows with F command. (In case override is 100%)
= 120*L/T – F
: Velocity at the start point (mm/min)
L : Moving distance (0.001mm)
F : Feedrate command (mm/min)
T : The value rounded up 120*L/(F1+F) to the
nearest whole number
3 The feedrate override signals ”*FV0–*FV7” is effective to
4 The value of feedrate override is read in when the block is
read from program memory. (In other words, at the moment
when the previous block starts executing) If override is
changed after the above, new value is ignored.
5 Axes slow down and stop once between the block with rate
feed and the block with other feed.
6 A proper value must be set to the parameter No.1430
(maximum feedrate for each axis). The parameter No.1422
(maximum feedrate) is not used in rate feed.
7 If feedrate command exceeds maximum feedrate in
high–speed response mode, axes are stopped and an
alarm is generated.