AgieCut classic 3 wire edm with Agievision. Settings for end of cut?
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    Default AgieCut classic 3 wire edm with Agievision. Settings for end of cut?

    I have a new to me Agiecut Classic 3S (2009) with Agivision control.
    At the end of the operation I would like for the tank to drain automatically and the Wire to remain threaded.
    As it is now i have to drain tank and re thread the wire each time I add a new piece.

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    Go to machine events and you can set it there to drain the tank and cut wire at the end of your program.




    Quote Originally Posted by wireman08 View Post
    I have a new to me Agiecut Classic 3S (2009) with Agivision control.
    At the end of the operation I would like for the tank to drain automatically and the Wire to remain threaded.
    As it is now i have to drain tank and re thread the wire each time I add a new piece.

    Thanks

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    Worked. Thank You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl23 View Post
    Go to machine events and you can set it there to drain the tank and cut wire at the end of your program.
    people with vision helping people with vision!
    Thanks for stepping up!

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    So much you can do with machine events! Love the control! You could also have the heads move away to set point At end of program.

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    You can go even further, when running multiple parts with same program, from that set of move and do all your pickups and then start your program. All you do is load part and hit start!!!


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