Setting Max RPM of tool number to 0?
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    Default Setting Max RPM of tool number to 0?

    My probe is on T25. Is there any way to set a max rpm for it to prevent accidentally hitting spindle fwd button and destroying it? This is on a NEXGEN.

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    No. I don't believe so.

    However, what I've done is added an S100 at the end of my warmup program to try to help prevent this. You could take it a step further and add that in your post to each toolchange when you turn off coolant/spindle before next tool.

    May help, but it certainly wont idiot-proof it.


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