FANUC Series 16/18/160/180-Model C Machining Center Operators Manual

PROGRAMMING
2. CONTROLLED AXES
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Item
16–MC
160–MC
16–MC, 160–MC
(two–path control)
No. of basic controlled
axes
3 axes
3 axes for each path
(6 axes in total)
Controlled axes
expansion (total)
Max. 8 axes
(included in Cs axis)
Max. 7 axes for each path
(Feed 6 axes + Cs axis)
Basic simultaneously
controlled axes
2 axes
2 axes for each path
(4 axes in total)
Simultaneously controlled
axes expansion (total)
Max. 6 axes Max. 6 axes for each path
NOTE
The number of simultaneously controllable axes for manual
operation jog feed, manual reference position return, or
manual rapid traverse) is 1 or 3 (1 when bit 0 (JAX) of
parameter 1002 is set to 0 and 3 when it is set to 1).
Item 18–MC, 180–MC
No. of basic controlled axes 3 axes
Controlled axes expansion (total)
Max. 6 axes
(included in Cs axis)
Basic simultaneously controlled axes 2 axes
Simultaneously controlled axes expansion (total) Max. 4 axes
NOTE
The number of simultaneously controllable axes for manual
operation jog feed, manual reference position return, or
manual rapid traverse) is 1 or 3 (1 when bit 0 (JAX) of
parameter 1002 is set to 0 and 3 when it is set to 1).
The user can assign any one of the following nine characters as the axis
name: A, B, C, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z.Parameter No. 1020 is used to
determine the name of each axis.
When this parameter is set to 0 or a character other than the valid
characters is specified, an axis name from 1 to 8 is assigned by default.
In two–path control, the basic three axis names are fixed to X, Y, and Z
for either path, but the name of an additional axis can be selected from A,
B, C, U, V, and W by parameter 1020. Duplicate axis names cannot be
used in the same path, but the same axis name can be used in different
paths.
2.1
CONTROLLED AXES
Series 16, Series 160
Series 18, Series 180
2.2
AXIS NAME

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