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    Hello, I have a new machine without an opposed spindle. Log gripper in the revolver. I want to pull with the resolver and if applicable turn the C axle.

    My current solution is that is use start- up and shutdown and straight paths as well as M36 and M37. I just add it behind the program.

    At the moment I am missing the turning of the c axle to for example 75°.
    I haven’t found the function yet.

    Generally I don’t like it!

    For the cutting there is a nice cycle ( At Hainenhain I used to work always with g commands)

    There should be such a cycle to pull.

    My better solution would be with a subprogram. But I never done that with Shopturn.

    There must be several parameters handed over:
    Lengh of the part, width of Groove, Cutting length with plan turning, with or without c axle



    How can I do that with parameters and how can I come back form the subprogram (maybe with return)

    Please help me out, I am writing all our programs on the machine and I am the only one that know a little bit about this area. All other machines have Haidenhein with data pilot.
    Thanks a lot



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    I do it like this

    F_HOME

    M05

    G04 F1

    STOPRE

    T= "GREIFER"

    G00 X100 Z=-R99+12

    G01 G94 F6000 Z=-R99

    G01 X0

    M69

    G01 Z0

    M68

    G00 X100

    M01

    F_HOME

    M17


    With polygon material you should program a spindle positioning after the STOPRE

    e.g. with a square SPOS=90 or hexagon SPOS=30

    Eine Schraube ohne Gewinde ist ein Nagel<br /><br />Grüsse aus dem Harz - InTex<br />


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    Oh well it’s all in G code!

    Should also work with ShopTurn and straight line



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    Oh well it’s all in G code!

    Should also work with ShopTurn and straight line

    And what is the problem with G code?

    It will be deposited as a subprogram andselected
    with ‘RUN’ in the respective ShopTurn program.

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    Hello,
    I also do it with a G code subprogram. In the main program, I use 4R parameter. These 4 R parameter will be defined in the main program and only to access them the subprogram is opened. Similar with Intex.

    Greetings kani95



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