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    Yep, could be a different problem. The buttons...

    Yep, could be a different problem. The buttons are not Illuminated on my machine so I couldn't tell that way. But sounds like the relay is doing it's job in your situation. Wish I could be more help....
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    I have had similar Issues with a Hitachi Seiki....

    I have had similar Issues with a Hitachi Seiki. But with a Fanuc control. There is a relay on the control side of the electronics that reacts to the on off button push. I'm guessing that's your...
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    I'm Interested. How about some pics and maybe a...

    I'm Interested. How about some pics and maybe a shipping quote to:

    1424 E. Chicago St.
    Caldwell, ID 83605
  4. Hmm, Yes. Good place to start. We did have to...

    Hmm, Yes. Good place to start. We did have to remove the encoder belt when we pulled the motor. And the belt is not in very good shape. I will take a closer look at that. Thx for pointing me in that...
  5. Hitachi HT20 loosing thread lead after motor rebuild

    So recently we had the spindle motor rebuilt on our old Hitachi Seiki CNC Lathe. Needed new bearings and what not. It's nothing spectacular, 1500 rpm electric motor. After rebuild sounds good, runs...
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    Try this. Maybe that will help Thread Data...

    Try this. Maybe that will help

    Thread Data Charts-R-SERIES PIPE THREAD (BRITISH STANDARD PIPE TAPER = BSPT)PT-SERIES PIPE THREAD (JAPANESE PIPE TAPER)
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    I may be way off here, but I'll throw it out...

    I may be way off here, but I'll throw it out there. There should be four parameters that calibrate the setter in each direction. I don't know If those being off would cause the alarm. But If you had...
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    For my HT20 the quill retract is M26. Go to MDI...

    For my HT20 the quill retract is M26. Go to MDI and key in the M26 cycle start. If I don't do this mine will only run with the quill extended.
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    I always hold down the keys and then power up....

    I always hold down the keys and then power up. And I never used shift. Just hold down the p and the can key and power up. You may know, but some older machines need to be a good 2" from the switch...
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    Skf 6203-2rsh/c3gjn

    Skf 6203-2rsh/c3gjn
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    Now that you figured that out. Here's how you'd...

    Now that you figured that out. Here's how you'd do it using a sub program. Maybe help you out in the future.
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    No problem. Glad you got it going.

    No problem. Glad you got it going.
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    Just double check when you run the program again....

    Just double check when you run the program again. Make sure your z is where you want it.
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    Well when you run it back in there just be...

    Well when you run it back in there just be careful and make sure your z height is correct.
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    I don't know how you touched your tool off. But...

    I don't know how you touched your tool off. But with that in E1 will run .100 higher than all the other FO's. So that's your call.
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    It should give you the option to change or to...

    It should give you the option to change or to enter a new value. Choose enter new value
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    Go back to the screen on your post #52 and there...

    Go back to the screen on your post #52 and there is where you should find the option to change those.
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    You can try it. It will just depend on speeds,...

    You can try it. It will just depend on speeds, feeds, tooling, coolant. On a Bridgeport you have that lost art of feel. You don't have that here. You will learn to use your ears instead. And your RPM...
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    Ok, good. Just so you know which is which. GET...

    Ok, good. Just so you know which is which. GET THOSE BIG Z's out of that FO Table that shifts your Zero position down to the concrete under the machine. Not pretty!
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    You can navigate to the offsets using the space...

    You can navigate to the offsets using the space bar. Offsets should come up in one of the menus. Key whatever number is in front of offsets in the menu and that should bring up the length table. From...
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    You should get the z's out of that table. All...

    You should get the z's out of that table. All your Y's will be the same. E1 is apparently what you have the corner of your fixture set at right now. So that location is from your cold start position....
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    Why the Z values? There is a table for length...

    Why the Z values? There is a table for length offsets and a table for Fixture offsets.
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    I'm gone from work for the day. But in the...

    I'm gone from work for the day. But in the morning I will send you some code to try.
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    Why not just machine all the way around the first...

    Why not just machine all the way around the first two parts on left. Then you don't have to back up in the y. You could even make that a sub and run the other four sets as E2, E3, E4, E5
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    How thick is your matl. ?

    How thick is your matl. ?
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