"Standard Router" M-codes for spindle control?
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    Default "Standard Router" M-codes for spindle control?

    Could someone with a "Standard Router" (that's a brand that was made in Texas years ago) CNC router with the Fagor 8025 controller share an explanation of M codes M10-M16 for controlling the 2 and 3 spindle versions? I only have docs for a single spindle machine. I know M11 and M12 are used on the two spindle. Are there other spindle codes I don't know about?

    I am implementing a PLC replacement for the (very) obsolete Omron used on these. I need it to support 1 and 2 spindle machines, and I might as well write it to handle 3 for when I get a call about a 3 spindle machine.

    Thank you!

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    I appreciate that, but I already have the 8025 manuals and I know that M10-16 turn on output pins on the connector. There is a PLC besides the controller, and the PLC program is what determines what happens when M10-16 pins turn on. This is "MTB" (Machine Tool Builder) specific information that would only be in the Standard Router manual, or might be deduced if someone had 2 or 3 axis example programs.

    Thank you for trying to help!


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