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    one more thing, just like mr Wizard said, and also others in this thread :

    Quote Originally Posted by OkumaWiz View Post
    ... remove the tool under the spindle for safety's sake.
    maybe you should be carefull at this behaviour from a newer machine, so maybe not your case : if you are 100% sure that you are and must continue from sequence *, in reality it may not work if spindle orientation and clamping status is not how it should be; for example, if machine stopped after tool was unclamped, and there is some manual intervention during this tool change procedure, like clamping the tool back, you may not continue with next tool change steps, because machine status is not how it should be

    is something like being at a specific sequence + machine status

    maybe the sequence described by mr Blink does just that, so the parameters procedure also ( tries to ) restore machine status

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlykitten View Post
    one more thing, just like mr Wizard said, and also others in this thread :



    maybe you should be carefull at this behaviour from a newer machine, so maybe not your case : if you are 100% sure that you are and must continue from sequence *, in reality it may not work if spindle orientation and clamping status is not how it should be; for example, if machine stopped after tool was unclamped, and there is some manual intervention during this tool change procedure, like clamping the tool back, you may not continue with next tool change steps, because machine status is not how it should be

    is something like being at a specific sequence + machine status

    maybe the sequence described by mr Blink does just that, so the parameters procedure also ( tries to ) restore machine status
    You just discribe my problem, J remove tool and got it back again, now when J do all that with parametaras and set some sequence before and get back in ATC condition when J press 1 step advance it goes cycle run, but without any movement, and after a few minutes it alarm 3705 goes on.
    In machine diagnosis
    15107 Spindle index is not complete
    15789 Spindle tool UNIXIST LS differ ACT TOOL No. in condition



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    Quote Originally Posted by SasaMilojkovic View Post
    You just discribe my problem, J remove tool and got it back again, now when J do all that with parametaras and set some sequence before and get back in ATC condition when J press 1 step advance it goes cycle run, but without any movement, and after a few minutes it alarm 3705 goes on.
    In machine diagnosis
    15107 Spindle index is not complete
    15789 Spindle tool UNIXIST LS differ ACT TOOL No. in condition
    J didn't say model od the machine is Okuma MX45VA OSP U10M

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    Default Re: Okuma ESV4020 Tool Change Hang Up

    hello sasamilojkovic, when i experienced the case of not being able to continue during an atc sequence, it was because, after manual intervention for changing the tool, the tool was not in proper position, and the hidraulic unit alarmed out, because it was pumping for too much time; as a result, a protection switch, inside the electrical cabinet, needed to be pushed back

    but, about your case, i am sorry, i can not help / kindly

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