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    Default Bridgeport Interact parameter list TNC310

    Hello,

    I received a Bridgeport series 2 interact 2 from our company.
    The machine has been stored for a long time, so batteries were oxidized and parameters are lost.

    The problem is that the controler has been rebuild in the past from a TNC145 to a TNC310.
    NC software number is 286149 13

    I noticed that de parameter list of a TNC410 looks simular, can I try those lists ? I don't want to cause any damage to the controler.

    Can anyone help me out.

    Grtz Tom

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    Default Re: Bridgeport Interact parameter list TNC310

    I retrofitted similar iron with a TNC 310 I may somewhere have an old parameter list.....but....yeah....I had linear scales so, probably not useful
    read these:
    https://www.cnczone.com/forums/bridg...ml#post2181424

    and try to interpret them into the 310
    The 310 has the newer standard for parameters, IOW in every machine from the nineties on the same parameter does the same thing. The old 151 etc are not the same format

    SO you need a description of what parameters do what in a 151, and what parameters do what in a 310[or almost any late control]

    The first series of parameters are the most important, they define the working space and servo setup so that the machine will move, once you do that, it will take time but you can make the rest of it go



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    Default Re: Bridgeport Interact parameter list TNC310

    https://www.cnczone.com/forums/bridg...arameters.html

    a place to start

    The 310 also has a programmable PLC, and I hope it was run from the permanent memory, because that will be a bear to reproduce



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