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    Anyone out there using one of these older machines? just got power to one and could really use some input on the start up procedure??? the A3C-R MARK V SODICK.

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    Hi Tool Guy,

    It’s been a long time since I ran one of these, but if it is its first wake-up in a while, send all axes to machine Home and set zeros. I believe there is a manual zero-reset button for the C-axis somewhere on the head.

    Bud

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    thanks Bud, can you remember the lubrication for the machine? is it way oil that goes in after the air inlet?

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    After the air inlet it is usually a lubricating hydraulic oil.

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    from this reservoir it flows throughout the machine? what is the weight of oil?

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    Tool guy,

    I suggest making a short list of questions before calling Sodick service and asking for Glen Greenwood. A great guy who's been their Service Manager for over 30 years. If you can snag him for a 10 minutes Q&A, you'll be way glad you did.

    (Please tell him Hi for me)

    Bud


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