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    We have a puma 300c that gave a 2154 battery alarm so I ordered the replacement and we changed it this morning and power cycled the machine and the alarm went away all seemed good until I tried to rotate the turret . When I rotated the turret it didnt sound right it made a draging noise and it didnt finish the the tool change and now it has a turret unclamped alarm because it didnt make it back to a tool slot . So 1st thing is how to get the turret back into a tool slot ? and 2nd how do I get the servo driver back to home is there a procedure to " rehome " the turret ? the battery went int o a vision c ac servo driver p/nEZ6DVTT14C and this is on a Puma 300C year 2011 anyone have any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael82 View Post
    We have a puma 300c that gave a 2154 battery alarm so I ordered the replacement and we changed it this morning and power cycled the machine and the alarm went away all seemed good until I tried to rotate the turret . When I rotated the turret it didnt sound right it made a draging noise and it didnt finish the the tool change and now it has a turret unclamped alarm because it didnt make it back to a tool slot . So 1st thing is how to get the turret back into a tool slot ? and 2nd how do I get the servo driver back to home is there a procedure to " rehome " the turret ? the battery went int o a vision c ac servo driver p/nEZ6DVTT14C and this is on a Puma 300C year 2011 anyone have any suggestions?

    Use K5.4=1 to unclamp the curvic.

    Hand rotate all the way around with just two fingers, to verify turret is in balance.
    Hand rotate it to an appropriate location.
    Set K5.4=0 to reclamp (It should jerk you into position.)
    K5.4=1 (Do not let it Move) K5.4=0 it should "tick" lightly.
    K5.4=1 (Do not let it Move) K5.4=0 it should not be at all noticeable.

    Follow the instructions in the Blue Book, located in the pocket of the door in the electrical cabinet, to set parameter 08 and do an Origin Set. (Org.S)

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    Default Re: Turret lost after changing turret driver battery

    ok i am going to try that now



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    Quote Originally Posted by dhardt View Post
    Use K5.4=1 to unclamp the curvic.

    Hand rotate all the way around with just two fingers, to verify turret is in balance.
    Hand rotate it to an appropriate location.
    Set K5.4=0 to reclamp (It should jerk you into position.)
    K5.4=1 (Do not let it Move) K5.4=0 it should "tick" lightly.
    K5.4=1 (Do not let it Move) K5.4=0 it should not be at all noticeable.

    Follow the instructions in the Blue Book, located in the pocket of the door in the electrical cabinet, to set parameter 08 and do an Origin Set. (Org.S)
    Ok I did that and got the turret to lock in but now it is saying tool 3 when tool 4 is in the slot



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael82 View Post
    Ok I did that and got the turret to lock in but now it is saying tool 3 when tool 4 is in the slot
    After getting the turret to lock in place what parameter number 8 r they talking about in the blue book??on the servo driver ?? Do you have your version of this procedure



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael82 View Post
    After getting the turret to lock in place what parameter number 8 r they talking about in the blue book??on the servo driver ?? Do you have your version of this procedure
    Follow the instructions in the Blue Book, located in the pocket of the door in the electrical cabinet, to set parameter 08 and do an Origin Set. (Org.S)

    Parameter 08 on Vision/pro-motion drive.
    I am not in the office now.

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    Call my cell for instructions if you wish to do this tonight

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    Default Re: Turret lost after changing turret driver battery

    sorry dhardt I was already on the road to the house yesterday ? Will you be available today ?



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