Fanuc 10T program (file) transfers
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    Default Fanuc 10T program (file) transfers

    Hi, we solved this over a year ago, and Swore we wouldn't forget how (HA!).
    We need our 10T to send / receive programs (files) over the serial RS-232 port.
    We "think" the parameters are well set (we didn't change any since it worked).
    But None of us can remember / decipher the manual as how to navigate the on-screen menus.
    We 'mem something like "mode X, screen buttons Y, mode Z, screen buttons A".
    But the references are to a paper tape(!!) or the cassette tape(!), nothing about RS-232.

    With hat in hand, I request a "cookbook" procedure for up & down loads.
    The PC end is well known - we have 3 Fadals that we do this with regularly.
    The Fanuc has been rarely used, but Mgt has a new category of parts they want us to make.
    The Fanuc/Daewoo lathe is perfectly suited for this.
    Thanks in advance for your consideration. Kevin S.

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    On my 3T which is older it is :

    EDIT mode
    Oxxx prog number
    INPUT or NEW LINE
    send from computer serial port to your machine.

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    Thanks for the reply. We were Vastly overthinking this.
    Another hour or 2 of tinkering and we had all relevant procedures documented.
    Once we figured out how to check / set the 511x registers for RS-232 it was all downhill.
    Thanks again <<<)))


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