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  • Bill, I was reading a post an was wondering if you could help me out bit. You were helping a gentleman about fanuc 11 sending an receiving problem an you guessed he had a
    "Sr820 data set ready down (RS232C_1)" alarm... Well I am having that same alarm on a matsuura mc-1000v fanuc system 11m control... We have had this machine since new out of nowhere this alarm just shows up... I checked all my parameters to the ones you specified an they all match... I tried a different RS232C cable an still gave me an alarm... I checked all the settings to the host pc an all is good. I actually made a new cable an still this alarm persist... Could there be an internal problem with perhaps a circuit board or other am is there a way to check it.
    Thankyou kindly for any help you can offer..
    Respectfully, Jim baker
    I just want to thank you for the help with the face mill program. I tried the program I came up with first and it turned into a mess. So I deleted it and put in your code with the while do loop and it works great.
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    Anglew, Thank you for the posts reg. C axis milling with live tool. Rich having this problem sounds too familiar to ours but thanks to you it's all well comprehended now. You are a true PM Forumer and a great sport. Thank you from Clean Cut Machining Inc. here in Burbank, CA. USA. Albert Fayroyan.
    We are having the same problem (memory) with my OT controller. We are trying to load a program and there is not enough memory. I had all the Fanuc boards replaced/rebuilt a few years ago and only used iut opnce afterwards, but never to mill and now we started it and can't get it to hold the whole program. Before the Fanuc crashed and burned we had all options turned ON. Is there a way to know if it has essentially been downgraded at rebuild? How do we go about restoring the previous status?

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