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    Default output date and time to a .txt file on okuma

    I am trying to output he date and time to a .txt file on my okuma multus u3000 - osp-300s

    can anyone help please??

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    I am just reading that article now, but I'm trying to figure out what the VC151,4 etc mean

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    This is the program I have at the minute but it doesn't like something

    OWR1
    FWRITC MD1:GEAR-TOOTH-B.TXT:A
    PUT VTIME,3 VTIME,2 VTIME,1
    PUT VTIME,4 VTIME,5
    WRITE C
    CLOSE C
    RTS

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    My guess is the VCxxx is year, date, month, etc. with a "-" in between.

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    I was thinking along those lines or could it be code to get the actual date from the control of the machine??

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    Sorted, all the VTIME commands had to be on separate lines with a PUT command before them and the number in square brackets


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