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    Default Okuma LU35 OSP P200L control

    Anyone have any experience programming this machine?
    Any info greatly appreciated
    Thanks

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    I have experience. What do you need to know?

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    ^^^^^^What he said. The more specific the questions the better.

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    A great control. What's the issue?

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    Musta got it figured out.

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    He contacted me. The issue he's having is using the P values to coordinate upper and lower Turrets for pinch Turning. I haven't done it in several yrars and obviously wasn't standing in front of it. So couldn't help.

    But if anyone could lay down some wisdom on the topic....

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    If he can post some sample of what he is doing we can probably fill in the blanks.
    Generally you would want to run your two turrets into position, with the chase/deeper tool set at the respective distance and P-Code those lines as they match up. Then if they meet (hold) at the start point and will be travelling the same distance at the same rate, you will follow through properly. The P Codes can be done in tandem (same code on both sides) as a hold point to match up or you can just alternate as you let one or the other turrets move. Some times you get errors if you don't properly align your spindle codes. Spindle speed changes often need to be done on wait coded lines for each of the turrets.


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