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    Default Fanuc servo tuning software.

    Hi,

    Does anyone know something about the servo tuning software for the Fanuc i controls ? Where can I get it ?

    I saw it on the IMTS at Chicago, Fanuc says they can't sell it to me.

    Thank you.

    GP.

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    you should be get/buy through MTB.

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    I would like to see a Java (C#, C, C++.. or some other language) program written to help a user (or MTB) pick out a FANUC servo and amplifier package. Input all the nessesary machine and linear motion, inertia, etc. etc. parameters and it will tell you exactly which servo and amplifier you need.

    * Pick your control series, including i series and model (A, B, C, D, etc.)
    * Pick out the machine configuration (M, T, L, P, G, etc.) up to 16 axes.

    One could also include all of the Black Getty's and the Yellow DC servos, as well as the A06B-604*-H*** series VCU's, etc. and the S and C series amplifiers, although it would be so nice if this program would include.

    For those of us that do have rarer FANUC controls, the 3, 5, 7, 9, 2000, etc. you could include those too.

    This would be handy for machine builders or retrofitters, or hobbyists who build their own FANUC controls.

    This could even include way to solid model the user's machine, so that it would help the software know more about the users environment.

    Greg



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    Default Re: Fanuc servo tuning software.

    Does anyone have the Fanuc servo tuning software A06B-9001-J900 ?
    I need it to tune my F15MA
    or can tell me how to get it

    Thanks verymuch
    David



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    Quote Originally Posted by gbowne1 View Post
    I would like to see a Java (C#, C, C++.. or some other language) program written to help a user (or MTB) pick out a FANUC servo and amplifier package. Input all the nessesary machine and linear motion, inertia, etc. etc. parameters and it will tell you exactly which servo and amplifier you need.

    * Pick your control series, including i series and model (A, B, C, D, etc.)
    * Pick out the machine configuration (M, T, L, P, G, etc.) up to 16 axes.

    One could also include all of the Black Getty's and the Yellow DC servos, as well as the A06B-604*-H*** series VCU's, etc. and the S and C series amplifiers, although it would be so nice if this program would include.

    For those of us that do have rarer FANUC controls, the 3, 5, 7, 9, 2000, etc. you could include those too.

    This would be handy for machine builders or retrofitters, or hobbyists who build their own FANUC controls.

    This could even include way to solid model the user's machine, so that it would help the software know more about the users environment.

    Greg
    That would be awesome.



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    Quote Originally Posted by david_chen View Post
    Does anyone have the Fanuc servo tuning software A06B-9001-J900 ?
    I need it to tune my F15MA
    or can tell me how to get it

    Thanks verymuch
    David
    You can try to contact the machine tool builder if they are still in business.

    Other than that fanuc probably won't sell it to you, they make you get it from the builder. It's frustrating, I wish they were open source like any other manufactures but they protect the builders machinery I guess.



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