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    On my OSP700L control, is there a way I can eliminate operators fat fingering numbers, via a parameter change or setting, to eliminate crashes?

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    When entering offsets?
    I'm not sure exactly what you're asking.
    But you can put the tool offsets in a variable inside the program as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    When entering offsets?
    I'm not sure exactly what you're asking.
    But you can put the tool offsets in a variable inside the program as well.
    I am looking to set an incremental limit on how much a tool can be offset per time.

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    Not sure if that's possible.
    But I could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montrels14 View Post
    On my OSP700L control, is there a way I can eliminate operators fat fingering numbers, via a parameter change or setting, to eliminate crashes?
    hire operators that have small fingers

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    If they use the wear offset page there is a parameter settings button that has a limit in it. If you do not see it, use the extend button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnorth5axis View Post
    hire operators that have small fingers
    Child labor is illegal in most places...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montrels14 View Post
    On my OSP700L control, is there a way I can eliminate operators fat fingering numbers, via a parameter change or setting, to eliminate crashes?
    You could insist that the operators pay close attention to the info they've input, before they hit the WRITE button.


    Rex

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    Look at #33 under Optional Parameter Long Word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thawk53 View Post
    Look at #33 under Optional Parameter Long Word.

    Thawk
    You were right Thawk.
    Found it under the optional parameters, page 8 #6 for tool offset limit. Thank you everyone!


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