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    Hello,
    We are new cnc company in Turkey.
    For trying we want to transform our sample gcode to bosch cc220.
    We try to send our gcode to machine, cable is ok as in manual but we can't.
    I want to ask which program do you use for send?
    Which settings do we have to do?
    In program we take the warning 5698,"slave does not receive"?

    For trying machine we must do sample work we don't have dongle. We only want to send gcode to machine. Oh, our machine is trumpf l3030.

    Thanks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Qandbe View Post
    Hello,
    We are new cnc company in Turkey.
    For trying we want to transform our sample gcode to bosch cc220.
    We try to send our gcode to machine, cable is ok as in manual but we can't.
    I want to ask which program do you use for send?
    Which settings do we have to do?
    In program we take the warning 5698,"slave does not receive"?

    For trying machine we must do sample work we don't have dongle. We only want to send gcode to machine. Oh, our machine is trumpf l3030.

    Thanks.
    Someitimes you need to edit the unit that will receive the gcode program in the CC200..

    1. For example, you need to edit your unit to be 600 BAUD in the control and the PC.
    2. Check if your control allows you to edit where are you receiving the program from, either the CONTROL or THE PANEL (very important)
    3. If you have the option of turning OFF Unit Control for receiving programs, take it off.
    4. Check your transmission requirements for your controller, (e.g, Parity, Stop Bit, Start Bit, and Handshaking terms)
    5. If you checked all these and you are sure about what you are doing, your control panel board may be defective...

    Good Luck

    Mak



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