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    I am trying to program with only one tool ie my part off tool which is a blade and not a grooving tool... in order to create this WHEEL if you will....anyway it's plastic and I am going to
    face,
    turn,
    ,and then cut off basically. al the edges have to have chamfers as well.

    is this possible on the OSP ? does anybody know how to use the cut off/part off tool?
    I could easily do on masterCAM but I can't understand the language of grooving on the okuma this is a LB15 OKUMA OSP 5020L
    if anyone could post instructions that would be great

    thank you

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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP PROGRAMMING PART OFF /PROFILING

    I would think you would want to use a profile tool, as the blade is going to flex and not give you the results on turning.
    as far the program, i am not sure what you want? need more info.



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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP PROGRAMMING PART OFF /PROFILING

    can you give more information on the part you are trying to machine
    print or some description of the cuts you want to do



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    Quote Originally Posted by rcs60 View Post
    can you give more information on the part you are trying to machine
    print or some description of the cuts you want to do
    no I have done it before when I had a haas sl30 it's totally doable. the thing it's plastic and you need a very sharp tool
    basically the way I program it on mastercam is just pick the part off tool for example and choose various cutter comps to FACE , TURN the right side, the Turn the left side and part it off



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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP PROGRAMMING PART OFF /PROFILING

    here is a drawing




    thanks, guys I appreciate it I really need to learn this cause there is this other part that needs "V"grooving right in the middle and the only way to do it is with a part off but I can't get okuma to machine the back side of my part without destroying everything.





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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP PROGRAMMING PART OFF /PROFILING

    Quote Originally Posted by skywalker4 View Post
    I would think you would want to use a profile tool, as the blade is going to flex and not give you the results on turning.
    as far the program, i am not sure what you want? need more info.
    does the drawing help? I know it's not the best but it's pretty straight forward it's gotta be identical on both sides



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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP PROGRAMMING PART OFF /PROFILING

    not a complicated part, can i ask, if you can get mastercam to give you the code, can you not just punch it in?
    I usually will use two offsets when programming a profile/partoff tool to turn with using both sides of the tool.



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    Quote Originally Posted by skywalker4 View Post
    not a complicated part, can i ask, if you can get mastercam to give you the code, can you not just punch it in?
    I usually will use two offsets when programming a profile/partoff tool to turn with using both sides of the tool.
    no I don't have MC but I used to do these jobs before at a company that did UHMW and we had Mcx (and haas machines) tthere so it was easy. and even if I did have the codes I think it's next to impossible to g code program on Okuma I tried it once I got really confused. it has a very different structure.



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