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

OPERATION
11. SETTING AND DISPLAYING DATA
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When the extended tool life management function is provided, the
following items are added to the tool life management screen:
S NEXT: Tool group to be used next
S USE: Tool group in use
S Life counter type for each tool group (C: Cycles, M: Minutes)
NEXT *** USE *** SELECTED GROUP: 001
GROUP 001 : C LIFE 9800 COUNT 6501
*0034 #0078 @0012 *0056
0090 *0076
GROUP 002 : C LIFE 9800 COUNT 1001
*0011 #0022 *0201 *0144
*0155 #0066 0176 0188
0019 0234 0007 0112
0156 0090 0016 0232
TO BE CHANGED : 006 012 013 014 –––>
TOOL LIFE DATA O0001 N00001
> _ S 0 T0000
MDI **** *** *** 16:05:59
[ NO.SRH ] [ ] [ CLEAR ] [ EDIT ] [ INPUT ]
The tool life count can be overridden provided that the life counter is
indicated in units of minutes and LFV (bit 2 of parameter 6801) is 1.
Override values can be specified using the override switch on the
operators panel within the range from 0 to 99.9. If 0 is specified, tool life
is not counted. If the count of actual cutting time is less than 4 seconds,
the override value is invalid.
Example
When cutting is performed for 10 minutes with an override of 0.1, the tool
life counter counts one minute.
The symbol * for indicating that the life of a tool has expired can be
displayed either when the machine starts using the next tool or when the
life of the tool actually expires. Either of these methods can be selected
using EMD (bit 3 of parameter 6801).
S Modification of the life expectancy or life counter does not affect the
tool states or tool change signal.
S When the type of the life counter is changed, be sure to change the life
expectancy and life count as well.
D Tool life management
screen
D Life count override
D Display of the mark
indicating that the life of
a tool has expired
D Influence of changes in
data

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