FANUC Series 16/18/160/180-Model C for Lathe Operator Manual

PROGRAMMING
15. COMPENSATION FUNCTION
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The memory can hold 16, 32, 64, or 99 tool compensation values.
NOTE
With the two–path control, the number of specified tool
compensation values equals the number of tool
compensations for each tool post.
Offset values can be input by a program using the following command :
G10 P_ X_ Y_ Z_ R_ Q_ ;
or
G10 P_ U_ V_ W_ C_ Q_ ;
P : Offset number
0 : Command of work coordinate system shift value
1–64 : Command of tool wear offset value
Command value is offset number
10000+(1–64) : Command of tool geometry offset value
(1–64) : Offset number
X : Offset value on X axis (absolute)
Y : Offset value on Y axis (absolute)
Z : Offset value on Z axis (absolute)
U : Offset value on X axis (incremental)
V : Offset value on Y axis (incremental)
W: Offset value on Z axis (incremental)
R : Tool nose radius offset value (absolute)
R : Tool nose radius offset value (incremental)
Q : Imaginary tool nose number
In an absolute command, the values specified in addresses X, Y , Z, and
R are set as the offset value corresponding to the offset number specified
by address P. In an incremental command, the value specified in
addresses U, V, W, and C is added to the current offset value
corresponding to the offset number.
NOTE
1 Addresses X, Y, Z, U, V, and W can be specified in the same
block.
2 Use of this command in a program allows the tool to
advance little by little. This command can also be used input
offset values one at a time from a program by specifying this
command successively instead of inputting these values
one at a time from the MDI unit.
D Number of tool
compensation
15.5.2
Changing of Tool
Offset Value
(Programmable Data
Input ) (G10)
Format

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