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    Good morning

    I am attempting to figure out how to use the wips on my new to me machine. It didnt come with any instruction manuals, and the ones I have found are only for the new control. Any one have a link or direction on where I can get a manual for the 2011? I see in MDI where probing is located but need further instruction.

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    Don't know if this is what you're looking for but:

    Press CURNT COMDS>EDIT>PRGRM CONVRS (press 3 times)

    F2 (this will bring up all progs in mem. even hidden ones)

    scroll down to O9996 and press WRITE

    This will load WIPS in VQC

    Now select from the different prewritten probing, tool setting and calibration cycles.

    It's pretty self explanatory.

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    Ok that got me going. Waiting for batteries to be delivered. One of the issues the previous machine owner took the batteries out of the tool setter and the probe. The rest of it looks easy. I'll post back if I have any other questions. Thanks alot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Booze Daily View Post
    Don't know if this is what you're looking for but:

    Press CURNT COMDS>EDIT>PRGRM CONVRS (press 3 times)

    F2 (this will bring up all progs in mem. even hidden ones)

    scroll down to O9996 and press WRITE

    This will load WIPS in VQC

    Now select from the different prewritten probing, tool setting and calibration cycles.

    It's pretty self explanatory.


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