Fanuc Series 15i/150i-MA (Programming) Operators Manual

B-63324EN/03 PROGRAMMING 14.COMPENSATION FUNCTION
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(1) When(V
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(2) When(V
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Tn
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- Compensation performed when θ is approximately 0deg., 90deg., or 180deg.
When the included angle θ between V
Mn+1
and V
Tn
is regarded as 0deg.,
180deg., or 90deg., the compensation vector is created in a different
way. So, when creating an NC program, note the following points :
(1) Setting a variation range for regarding θ as 0deg., 180deg., or
90deg.
When the included angle (θ) between the tool vector (V
T
) and the
movement vector (V
M
) becomes approximately 0deg., 180deg., or
90deg., the system regards θ as 0deg., 180deg., or 90deg., then
creates a compensation vector which is different from the normal
compensation vector. The variation range used for regarding θ as
0deg., 180deg., and 90deg. is or in parameter 6115.
For example, suppose that the angle set in parameter 6115 is ∆θ.

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