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    Default Mazak vqc 15 mazatrol M32 tool measure adjustment.

    Anyone know how it's adjusted ? My manuals dosent show it and I replaced the lower switch and now it needs to be adjusted.

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    Its done in the R parameters. Not in the shed at the moment so not sure which one offhand. Takes a little bit of mucking around and measuring but not too difficult

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudsy55 View Post
    Its done in the R parameters. Not in the shed at the moment so not sure which one offhand. Takes a little bit of mucking around and measuring but not too difficult
    If you fine out please let me know Mazak vqc 15 mazatrol M32 tool measure adjustment.

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    These are the parameters on my H400 so I don't know if yours would be the same but being M32 I would say they should be the ones.R2390is the distance between the switch signals. You will have to measure them with the control. Take the cover off the tool measure so you can see the proxys. Push the plunger in slowly with a tool until the led comes on. Zero the Z then keep moving in until you get the beep or the led comes on on the second proxy. Note the distance and put a slightly higher number in R2390. R2391 is the actual measure position (Command page machine position). R2396 is the X position that the tool is in the centre of the plunger. R2398 is the Y position for centre.
    Hope this helps.

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    Where do I find these parameters ? I can't fin them

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    You press the management button then go to PLC I think. Will check tomorrow

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    Press MNT
    PressPLC
    PressPREG
    Pressthe clear key once (top rh corner} (this puts the keypad in letter mode)
    Press 6 9That should give you ( R) in the brackets at the bottom
    Punch in 2390 (this should read (R2390) down the bottom
    Press enter.
    Now you should have the parameters you need to play with

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    How did you go? Get it sorted?

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    Hello again. I've been to busy I haven't tryed it out.

    I got a few jobs I need to finish before messing around with it. I will post when I try it out Mazak vqc 15 mazatrol M32 tool measure adjustment.

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