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    im trying to lock my sub spindle still and use my main chuck to turn with but once you lock the sub spindle with the m110/m147 it wont let you out of 2nd spindle mode to turn with the main spindle.

    Okuma multus b220-w
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    Default Re: sub spindle

    That is because the C-axis is now in relation to the turret that it is controlled by. It cannot switch to a new coordinate system while controlling the c-axis in a different coordinate system.

    Can you just use the M19 command to hold the spindle still?

    What are you trying to accomplish by holding it still?

    Best regards,

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    Default Re: sub spindle

    hy mr wizard, maybe he has a live center in it ?! m19 is not so powerfull; if i put an allen key inside a screw inside a jaw, i can diff m19 by 0.2-0.3*, but i diff 110+147 only 0.003*

    for such situations, on a machine without C and without m19, someone used to ductape his 2nd spindle, in order to keep it steady

    maybe there is an interlock / kindly

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