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    Default Cannot create work cordinates (G54, G55....) E06 NO SPEC ERROR Meldas 64

    Hello everybody,
    I have cnc milling with meldas 64m control,after loading all the parameters, the machine is working fine but when I'm trying to create the working coordinates (G54, G55....) I get the error: E06 NO SPEC ERROR.
    so please if any one know's how to sort this problem out it will be really appreciated
    thnx in advance for any help!

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    The option configuration parameters are set correctly to activate the option. You will have to contact Mitsubishi for help.

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    Ok, thank you so much for your help!

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    The machine expects an active tool to be in the spindle so that you can "teach" x,y,z offsets. If no tool active, then no teaching. ?Maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red James View Post
    The machine expects an active tool to be in the spindle so that you can "teach" x,y,z offsets. If no tool active, then no teaching. ?Maybe?
    Gotta love WAGs. Really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vancbiker View Post
    Gotta love WAGs. Really?
    WAG? It definataly works that way on my relatively new Mazak Smart control. So stuff it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red James View Post
    WAG? It definataly works that way on my relatively new Mazak Smart control. So stuff it!
    Mazatrol and Mitsubishi are pretty different...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red James View Post
    WAG? It definataly works that way on my relatively new Mazak Smart control. So stuff it!
    A Mazak Smart may be built on Mitsu hardware (Older Mazak controls were, but I don't know about the Smart), but the U/I is Mazak. Since the OP doesn't have a Mazak, it is very unlikely that how things work on your machine will be the same as his, hence a SWAG. Particularly when alarm code E06 specifically says that a function or menu not included in the control specification has been attempted.


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