2. TOOL DATA AND TOOLING
SETTING AND DISPLAY OF DATA
After setting tooling information, check the data relating to
the actual tool number, tool offset number, and tool figure.
Failure to set correct tooling information may result in the
tool colliding with the workpiece and/or machine, or forced
machining occurring, possibly causing damage to the
machine and/or tool itself, or injury to the user.
1) Press the “DATA SET” soft key on the initial screen. The parameter
and data setting menu screen will be displayed.
2) ‘NO =’ will be prompted, so key in “6”, “INPUT”, and the tooling
information list screen will be displayed.
On the tooling information list screen, such typical setting data as the tool
management number (ID), the tool type (TP), the setting angle (AS) (the
setting direction (CP) if the milling tool), the setting position (XS, ZS),
the tool rotating direction (SD/TR), the holder number (HL), etc. is
displayed per tool selection number (TN) and it is possible to change data.
If the tool management number (ID) is input in response to ’ID =’, the tool
registered in the tool data is tooled. Setting data is copied from the tool
data. As the tool offset number (TM), the same number as the tool
selection number (TN) is automatically set.
If the input tool management number (ID) is not registered in the tool data,
n message ”This ID is not registered in tool data.” is displayed.
It is also possible to set/correct other data by moving the cursor.
Meaning of Soft Keys
“DATA SET” Used to display the detailed data setting. . . . . . . . . . .
screen for the tool indicated by the cursor.
“DELETE” Used to delete the tool management number. . . . . . . . . . . . .
(ID) indicated by the cursor from the
“PAGE °” “PAGE ±” Displays the next page or previous page.. . . . .
“TN NUMBER X” The cursor moves the tool management . . . . . . .
“TN NUMBER Y” number (ID) up/down.