B. RESTRICTIONS ON EACH SYSTEM
When all tool data are input, the system asks you the machining start
position as follows.
MACHINING START POSITION
X–AXIS DXO =. . . . . .
Z–AXIS ZO =. . . . . . .
By the establishment of system parameter (No.0009), the
questions on the machining start position can be skipped.
(1)This function designates the passing point of a tool when approaching
to the work from the machining start position, and the passing point
of a tool when returning to the next machining start position after
completion of the machining.
Fig. B.1.1.6 (a)
PASSING POINT FOR APPROACH:
1’ST POINT XA1 =. . . . . . . . .
2’ND POINT XA2 =. . . . . . . .
Designate the passing point of tool when approaching to the work from
the machining start position at the time of machining start.
PASSING POINT FOR ESCAPE:
1’ST POINT XE1 =. . . . . . . . .
2’ND POINT XE2 =. . . . . . . .
Designate the passing point of tool when escaping from the work up to
the next machining start position upon completion of machining.
When no data is defined, the axis in question does not move.
For example, in the absence of input on Z–axis coordinate value after
inputting some data to X–axis coordinate value, the tool moves to the
specified position only for X–axis, and Z–axis does not move.
Machining start position