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    When I was looking for a home shop machine, I had...

    When I was looking for a home shop machine, I had to choose between an RMC55 and the 30 taper Mori TV30. I am really glad to have gone with the Mori because of the toolchanger and full enclosure. ...
  2. On many Fanuc models that behavior is determined...

    On many Fanuc models that behavior is determined parameter setting. Geometry offsets can be activated by the tool call or by the offset call depending on the parameter. For the 16/18 series...
  3. Using the ladder to troubleshoot this is not in...

    Using the ladder to troubleshoot this is not in beginner territory.

    Imagining roughly the logic in the ladder would look a bit like...

    Input from the sensor at X54.0 is read by a high speed...
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    Ummm.. I reckon an update should include what...

    Ummm.. I reckon an update should include what machine you bought.
  5. If there is a variable that can be changed it...

    If there is a variable that can be changed it will most likely be a PMC parameter defined by Mori's ladder. Does any of your Mori documentation list this alarm? If not, or you do not have the...
  6. The EX alarms are Mori specific so you will need...

    The EX alarms are Mori specific so you will need to look at the Mori alarm list. On a machine that vintage, the alarms may be in a Mori operation manual, but there should be a listing in the back of...
  7. I don't have any manuals for the 3 series...

    I don't have any manuals for the 3 series control. Some of the old Fanucs like the 6 and 11 had a device called Input Unit. This is where the power on/off buttons connected. Relay 1 in those would...
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    Mountain bikers. IMHO, Fox makes the best, most...

    Mountain bikers. IMHO, Fox makes the best, most reliable forks and shocks for mountain bikes.
  9. This is what I was wondering too. The lathes at...

    This is what I was wondering too. The lathes at the auto industry supplier I did some service work at would often have a boring bar type tool with 3 inserts so they could machine all the features on...
  10. You have described to different operations. A...

    You have described to different operations. A manual turret index where no offset is applied and an MDI command of a turret index and an offset applied.

    A manual tool change and MDI entry of...
  11. Next time you have your surface plate calibrated,...

    Next time you have your surface plate calibrated, have the tech do your table and give you a report. It will only be valid at the position he checked it at, but it will give you a rough idea of...
  12. I have never worked on a 15 with the remote...

    I have never worked on a 15 with the remote buffer board. I'll try to look that up and see what it may possibly be used for.

    Usually if a Fanuc tech changes option/configuration parameters they...
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    I'm not sure the context of EG's remark, but...

    I'm not sure the context of EG's remark, but corner rounding/chamfering is not standard on many lathe controls. It is an optional feature on most lathe controls. In some cases the machine builder...
  14. You did not mention what control you have, but it...

    You did not mention what control you have, but it probably uses software limits. The stuck switch is part of the hard overtravel circuit and kills the power on the control circuit for the axis...
  15. TRAP15 alarm means a trouble with the system...

    TRAP15 alarm means a trouble with the system software.

    There are several differences in the option/configuration parameters in the file you attached when compared to the list shown in the 14.jpg...
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    I have never seen a Makino A6_ family machine...

    I have never seen a Makino A6_ family machine with other than a 40 taper or HSK63. IIRC the standard spindle was 12k with options up to 20k. 40 tool magazine standard with options to 300+ tools
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    Smallish HMC with ~20" pallets. The A66 was its...

    Smallish HMC with ~20" pallets. The A66 was its predecessor. A more complex, and arguably better, machine.
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    I use a 3/4" in my 30 taper Mori all the time. ...

    I use a 3/4" in my 30 taper Mori all the time. Got a smoking deal on several 3/4" carbide mills years ago for $35 each. Standard 6061 cut condition is .2 axial, radial up to full channel cut, 8k...
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    Had a customer in the mid 80s with a couple...

    Had a customer in the mid 80s with a couple Brother TC221 machines. Really just drill/tap machines. You could face mill kinda, sorta. Totally conversational control. No CRC. IIRC, no circular...
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    I'm probably going to jinx my self....:cryin: ...

    I'm probably going to jinx my self....:cryin:

    I'm unconcerned about having one break unless I do something stupid or lose grip on a piece of stock or some other kind of oopsie move. The Mori is...
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    All the pullstuds used on my 30 taper Mori Seiki...

    All the pullstuds used on my 30 taper Mori Seiki are from 1995-1996......:eek:
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    The shading in picture snap_002 looks to me like...

    The shading in picture snap_002 looks to me like it had a pre-existing crack. The other pics are not clear enough to confirm that thought.
  23. Thanks for following up with the resolution. You...

    Thanks for following up with the resolution. You are correct that this will not help folks with different machines. Folks with Nakamura machines of the same model family and control will probably...
  24. The final turret index position is determined by...

    The final turret index position is determined by the curvic coupling alignment. The servo driven rotation can have a tweak to the grid shift to more closely align the coupling before engagement, but...
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    It is a rare full 4th that does not have a...

    It is a rare full 4th that does not have a hydraulically clamped brake to assist the servo's holding power.
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