User-specific M/H functions

All user-specific M/H functions (technology information) programmed within the bracket expression are always always handled and output spindle-specific.

Programing Example

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Program one spindle "S2” with two user-specific M functions:

N10 S2[M3 REV300 M10 M11](S2 cw rotates at 300 rpm and outputs M10/M11)

N20 M30                    (Program end)

Programing Example

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Program two spindles "S” and S2:

N10 S[M10 M11] S2[REV1000 M3 M11]  (S executes M10 and M11, S2 rotates)

                                   (at 1000 rpm and outputs M11)

N20 M30                            (Program end)

Channel parameter list [1]:

The user-specific M/H functions are defined in P-CHAN-00027 and P-CHAN-00041. The M/H function is not executed in the case of synchronisation mode "0” (NO_SYNCH).

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# Definition of M functions and types of synchronisation

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# Definition of M functions and types of synchronisation

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m_synch[1]

0x00000001

MOS

m_synch[2]

0x00000002

MVS_SVS

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m_synch[10]

0x00000002

MVS_SVS

m_synch[11]

0x00000008

MVS_SVS

m_synch[12]

0x00000004

MVS_SVS

m_synch[48]

0x00000008

MNS_SNS

m_synch[49]

0x00000002

MVS_SVS

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# Definition of H functions and synchronisation types

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h_synch[1] 0x00000001 MOS

h_synch[2] 0x00000001 MOS

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