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    Hello guys, excuse me for bumping this thread but on my MULTUSB200 OSP-P300 control I am using the block number search from the F keys restart, followed by the restart button on the panel, let machine settle in it's pre restart position then hit cycle start.
    this works well but takes a lot of time to reach the line of code.
    There is the Collision avoidance system on this machine. perhaps this has anything to do with the lengthy restart?

    I can't restart using the N line search like on our Okuma-mb66.

    Is there anything specific for multus machines?
    here is some code attached.
    i've tried to number search N20811 (g140) or NAT47 to start at the TD= line.. but no successs.

    Would like to know if there is a fast way to restart, even if it means the CAS would not be accurate.

    N20810 /CALL O9000 ZTO=0.3 (BREAK CHECK MILL TOOL)
    ( OPERATION 130, MILL HOLES )
    ( 45 YZ )
    ( TD=050047, 3. DIA. RIGID TAP )
    ( TAP M3 )
    ( CS#10 - 45YZ )
    ( MAIN SPINDLE )
    N20811 G140
    N20812 G20 HP=1
    NAT47 TD=050047 M323
    N20813 G52 BA=45. M404
    NO130
    N20814 MT=2201
    N20815 G138 (Y-AXIS ON)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MULTUSB200 View Post
    I can't restart using the N line search like on our Okuma-mb66.
    What is preventing you from using the Number Search feature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    What is preventing you from using the Number Search feature?

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    Ive tried number search to reach the line and then hit the panel restart button/ cycle start but it didn;t work.
    maybe it has something to do with the CAS colision avoidance system? that has to build the model according to previous ops and without it - restart cant happen?

    I need a Multus operator advice here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MULTUSB200 View Post
    ?
    Ive tried number search to reach the line and then hit the panel restart button/ cycle start but it didn;t work.
    maybe it has something to do with the CAS colision avoidance system? that has to build the model according to previous ops and without it - restart cant happen?

    I need a Multus operator advice here...

    So, say you want to restart on N4000. Make sure you turret is at both slide limits away from the chuck, restart - N4000 enter (4x I think, hit it until the control starts scanning through the program)

    It will stop at N4000. Sequence restart button. A turret lathe will index to the previous tool (unless this N4000 tool was used in the previous process) and it will sit there and wait for you to hit cycle start.


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