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    I am looking for some help for my 34 pallet changing Mori Seiki. The program I am trying to run lights out only fits on the hard drive. The pallet changer looks in the NC memory for the registered program. Can anyone tell me how to change “where it looks” for the program registered to the pallet?

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    Put a small program in memory and use M198 Pxxx to call your program from the HDD.

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    Thanks for the idea Jon. I did however already try that and it is still saying program not found.

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    We do this on our Mori Pallet machines frequently. Not sure how familiar you are with running from the HDD, so I apologize if I am explaining what you already know, but here goes...

    Make sure the file on the hard drive (or 'User Area') is saved as 'O1234' It cannot have an extension (like .NC) and must have the leading 'O' in the filename. Make sure you have the correct communication channel selected. You can do this on the setting screen by choosing user area, or in the NC memory program as follows:

    O1000(NC MEM PROGRAM THAT CALLS HDD AS SUB)

    (SELECT USER AREA I/O CHANNEL)
    G90G10L52
    N20R15
    G11

    M198P1234(CALL PROG O1234 FROM HDD)

    M30

    Put M99 at end of HDD program to return to NC Memory and make sure all axis are homed to allow pallet change when the M30 is read.

    Also, make sure your HDD program is on the root directory and not a folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonFinn View Post
    We do this on our Mori Pallet machines frequently. Not sure how familiar you are with running from the HDD, so I apologize if I am explaining what you already know, but here goes...

    Make sure the file on the hard drive (or 'User Area') is saved as 'O1234' It cannot have an extension (like .NC) and must have the leading 'O' in the filename. Make sure you have the correct communication channel selected. You can do this on the setting screen by choosing user area, or in the NC memory program as follows:

    O1000(NC MEM PROGRAM THAT CALLS HDD AS SUB)

    (SELECT USER AREA I/O CHANNEL)
    G90G10L52
    N20R15
    G11

    M198P1234(CALL PROG O1234 FROM HDD)

    M30

    Put M99 at end of HDD program to return to NC Memory and make sure all axis are homed to allow pallet change when the M30 is read.

    Also, make sure your HDD program is on the root directory and not a folder.


    Thanks Jon.
    I believe we are doing all this but will go over it again to make sure I haven’t missed anything.


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