Hey all. Been reading this forum for years but just decided to register today.
I did a search here and could not find an answer in all them old threads so I ask now.
Does anyone know what type or registered jack plug is on the ends of the coiled cord that goes from the machine to the coolant level sensor float assembly?
I thought that 6 pin male plug was a RJ 25 but this was not correct. My next guess would be a RJ 12. We have ordered a new one but I would like to fix the old one so we have a spare if (more like "when") this thing gets broken again.
On a side note: If anyone wants an easy part counter, try this line of code right above your M30. we use it a lot.
G10 L10 G91 P30 R6;
Did not see this suggestion here anywhere so I decided to throw it out there. "P" is the desired tool wear offset line you want it to increment your count to and should be a unused tool number. "R" without a decimal point will increment this setting by that specific number ( in tenths) which would be the number of finished pieces produced. Do not use a decimal in case you need to edit it for some reason and don't want an alarm for the number being to big. In this example, there are 6 finished parts after each cycle.
Last edited by djc1965; 02-12-2012 at 06:06 AM.
Thanks guys! Yeah, I will post that trick in a separate thread. Good Idea Geof! Makes it more searchable