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  1. The filter on the left is a KOR-35 model, which...

    The filter on the left is a KOR-35 model, which is specifically for filtering oil vapor. The membrane filter/dryer on the right is usually installed upstream to remove water and other contaminates...
  2. Those are likely for getting rid of oil vapor-...

    Those are likely for getting rid of oil vapor- refrigerated air dryers/filters typically do not remove vapor level oil which can haze glass scales often used on CMMs.
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    For my FP4NCs, machined a 1.5" steel tooling...

    For my FP4NCs, machined a 1.5" steel tooling plate to accept the bolt patterns on all my flat back lathe chucks (4-6" 3, 4 and 6 jaws) plus a Jacobs Rubberflex chuck. There's a boss that can bolt...
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    CAT40 receptacle always seemed like a good idea,...

    CAT40 receptacle always seemed like a good idea, but upon reflection it seems pretty small for my uses, like mounting a 6" lathe chuck.
    Find the encoder my Deckel Universal table extrremely...
  5. If you have ELSR, make sure the selector knob on...

    If you have ELSR, make sure the selector knob on the right end of the machine is set to RH or LH and not in neutral.
    Not sure about earlier machines, but Modular (1960s on) and later machines have...
  6. Try soaking overnight or longer with a...

    Try soaking overnight or longer with a penetrating oil like Kroil. Judicious application of heat from a heat gun may also help.
  7. Sounds likely a leak in the hydraulic system on...

    Sounds likely a leak in the hydraulic system on the vertical.
    Start at the top of the drawbar/vertical head where the hydraulic hose attaches to the drawbar/union and work your way back from there...
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    Been a while since had that apart but pretty sure...

    Been a while since had that apart but pretty sure the brake/spring tension is adjustable to some extent.
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    Lots of ways to skin a cat and plenty of cats out...

    Lots of ways to skin a cat and plenty of cats out there...
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    Am quite certain about not needing M70- Run...

    Am quite certain about not needing M70- Run Dialog4 here 6 days a week and have not used M70 in about 10 years. Will have to check, there is a certain board where the update lives, not sure where...
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    Check your software version in Mode 16- later...

    Check your software version in Mode 16- later versions did away with the requirement for M70.
    Great to hear you are getting things working.
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    Go examine the code "on the machine" (Mode 11)...

    Go examine the code "on the machine" (Mode 11) and see what feed rates actually display on N85, N86, N48, N29, for example.
    Have one machine here with a software glitch related to feedrates and...
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    When running a canned cycle like G72, "slowing"...

    When running a canned cycle like G72, "slowing" on the corners inside the pocket is normal behaviour, "pausing" is not. That can also happen on inside and outside corners depending on certain M and...
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    Should be able to run this smoothly without...

    Should be able to run this smoothly without pausing. Have noticed that often the control will fault if you have tool compensation on and too many moves in the same axis (ie; how you have N32-N36...
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    Machines tied up for a bit so I can't run this...

    Machines tied up for a bit so I can't run this for a little while.

    If you have a Tool Call, then there must be a corresponding tool in the register, but, it does not have to have any values...
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    +52 is not doing anything, could be what is...

    +52 is not doing anything, could be what is causing your Error 81
    G1 is a "constant on/default" command in Dialog - it is on unless you override it with a G2, G3 or similar. Any superfluous...
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    Can't recall ever having had that particular...

    Can't recall ever having had that particular error and it might not be that exactly.
    I imagine what happens sometimes is sort of like this (over simplified explanation): the control decides there is...
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    The lugs are an important feature for CAT tooling...

    The lugs are an important feature for CAT tooling as they index the holder- comes in handy for example on boring tools as they always index the same way, can't imagine why you would want to run...
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    The error messages are generally pretty good but...

    The error messages are generally pretty good but sometimes the error is not in the exact block listed- it's in a nearby block or you have a sequence of events laid out wrong in several blocks.
    ...
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    Do this often because its easier than rewriting...

    Do this often because its easier than rewriting the program if you just want to run a certain section and because M30 is rare and therefore easy to find in the edited program when you go back there...
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    Have 2 FP4NC with D4, all the documentation and...

    Have 2 FP4NC with D4, all the documentation and guide cards show M2 as just "End of Program" and M30 as "End of program, with rewind to the beginning".

    Could be the FP7 has some differences in...
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    In my limited experience, most manufacturer's...

    In my limited experience, most manufacturer's M-codes can be specific to their control and they do not always perform the same function as a different manufacturer/control using the same M or G...
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    Any of you gentlemen know whether the FP1 or FP2...

    Any of you gentlemen know whether the FP1 or FP2 slotter (or both?) works on the FPXNC machines?
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    My experience is that Monarch levers have a very...

    My experience is that Monarch levers have a very snug fit, likely honed, and that it is very common for pinned shafts/levers to also have a set screw. Look on the tumbler lever for a hex set screw,...
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    You need 2 blank lines (a carriage return)...

    You need 2 blank lines (a carriage return) between the top line and T01 (looks like you have that correct).
    Then you need 5 blank lines between T01 and the first line of the program (looks like you...
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