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OPERATOR'S MANUAL FOR Cincom E332 TYPE W

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL

2.

SAFETY

 

2-1

GENERAL WARNING

2-2

WARNING UPON STARTING THE MACHINE

2-3

WARNING DURING OPERATION

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WARNING WHEN ENDING THE WORK

2-5

WARNING IN THE PREPARATORY PROCESS

2-6

WARNING RELATED TO GROUNDING

2-7

WARNING ON THE ELECTRIC UNIT

2-8

WARNING TO PREVENT FIRE

2-9

SAFETY DEVICE

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3-1

3-2

3-3

NOMENCLATURE OUTER DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT OF MACHINE

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

3-3-1

Standard Machine Specifications

3-3-2

Standard Attachments

3-3-3

Standard NC Functions

3-4

OPTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS

3-4-1

Optional Attachments

3-4-2

Optional NC Functions

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OPERATION

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Machine Operation Panel

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Names and Functions of Switches and Lamps

4-1-3

Names and Functions of CRT Display Unit Sections

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SCREENS

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OPERATION

 

4-29

 

4-3-1

Power-On/Off

4-29

4-3-2

Menu Keys

4-31

4-3-3

Page Keys

4-37

4-3-4

Data Setting

 

4-38

4-3-4

Data Setting

4-38

4-3-5

Manual Operation

 

4-42

4-3-6

MDI Operation

4-50

4-3-7

Program Selection

4-61

4-3-8

4-3-9

Preparation for Operation

4-65

Automatic Operation

4-73

4-3-10

4-3-11

4-3-12

4-3-13

Setting and Displayingthe Tool Offset Amount

 

4-79

Creating and Editing the Program

4-84

Program Check

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Machining Monitor

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4-136

4-3-14

4-3-15

Data Input/Output

 

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Others

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4-4

INSTALLATION (E25/E32)

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4-153

4-4-1

Installingthe Chuck

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4-153

4-4-2

Installing the Guide Bushing

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4-155

4-4-3

4-4-4

4-4-5

Replacingthe Support Ring

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4-157

Re-arrangement of Back Spindle Device

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4-158

Re-arrangement for Back Machining of Long Workpieces

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4-163

4-4-6

4-4-7

Installing the Tool

 

4-165

Settingthe Workpiece

4-180

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FUNCTIONS OF EACH SCREEN

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PROGRAMMING

 

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BASIS OF PROGRAMMING

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What isan NCProgram?

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Programming Procedure

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5-1-3

5-1-4

5-1-5

Basic Program Configuration

5-10

 

Controlled Axes

5-15

Coordinates

5-16

5-2

PROGRAM COMMANDS

5-23

5-2-1

Summary of Addresses Used in the NC Program

 

5-24

5-2-2

Address

G

(G Functions)

5-26

5-2-3

Address

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{Cutting Feedrate)

5-36

5-2-4

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5-2-7

Address

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I Queuing Program

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MULTI-AXIS MULTI-LINE

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5-3-2

5-3-3

Machining Patterns, Axes Belonging to Each Line, and Superimpose

Machining Patterns and Machining Commands

Machining Pattern Transfer

ACTUAL PROGRAMMING [TURNING]

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Overall Program Configuration

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Preparatory and Cut-off Process

5-4-3

Machining Process

5-4-4

Center Hole Machining

5-4-5

Thread Cutting with Tool

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Boring (Coordinate System Shift)

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Subprogram

5-100

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Constant SurfaceSpeed Control

5-103

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Spindle Speed Change Detecting Function

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Cut-off tool breakage detection (M50) on back spindle operation

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ACTUAL PROGRAMMING[COMPLEX MACHINING]

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Secondary Machining

 

5-6-2

Secondary Machining Spindle

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Coordinates

5-6-4

5-6-5

Connection of Turning and Secondary Machining

 

Indexing

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How to Calculatethe Command Speed

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Example of Secondary Machining

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MULTIPLE-LINE PROGRAM

5-7-1

5-7-2

5-7-3

Applicationof Multiple-Line Program

Transition between patterns

Application of the Machining Patterns

5-8

PROGRAM EXAMPLES

Example 1

Outer diameter turning (Basics)

Example 2

Center hole drilling, boring, outer diameter turning, and thread cutting

Example 3

Secondary machining

Example 4

Back machining

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OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS

 

5-9-1

Automatic Bar Feed (Content without back machining standard operation)

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5-9-3

Tool Nose R Compensation <Option> Multiple Thread Cutting Cyde< Option >

(3)

5-107

5-108

5-109

5-110

5-119

5-122

5-126

5-128

5-135

5-136

5-136

5-137

5-145

5-146

5-149

5-153

5-160

5-169

5-170

5-172

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1. GENERAL

1. OPERATOR'S GENERAL

Cincomis the CITIZENSlatest CNC machine tool in pursuit ofhigh precision andproductivity. This machine drastically reduces the idle time required for tool exchange or cam setting. Due to its high stiffness,it alsoprovides heavy cutting and efficient machining of the workpiece precisely.

This manual describes how to operate the machine so that you can make full use of its performance.

Before operating the machine, be sure to understand the descriptions provided in this manual for safe and correct operationof themachine.

PRECAUTIONS IN READING THIS MANUAL

® When operating the Cincom, give priority to proceeding with works safely. Observe not only the matters describedin Chapter 2. SAFETY,but also eachprecautionin the text. Of the contents of this manual, some descriptions concerning NC unit operation may overlap with

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the operator’smanual for the NC unit. In such a case, give priority to this manual for use.

® For independent operation of the NC unit, see the operations manual for the NC unit, because it

may sometimes not be describedin this manual.

, Note that some functions described in the operator’s manual for the NC unit may not be provided for this machine.

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These products are strategic products subject to COCOM regulations.

They should not be exported without authorization from appropriate

governmental authorities.

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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

 

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Safety Signs

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Emergency Stop Button

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Safety Devices

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2.4

General Precautions During Operation

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2.5

Before Starting the Machine

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2.6

Safety During Setup

 

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2.7

Safety During Automatic Operation

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2.8

Safety During Maintenance

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Safety After Everyday Operation

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2.10

Fire Prevention Practices

 

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2.11

Handling Emergency Situations

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2.11.1

Emergency Situations Requiring Evacuation

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2.11.2

Power Failure

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2.11.3

Resuming Work

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2.1 Safety Signs

Be sure

on-product safety signs before setting up, operating, and maintaining this machine.

to read and understand this chapter and all other applicable chapters of this manual and all

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Safety signs appear in this manual and on the machine. All safety signs are identified by the words

DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION. These words signify the following:

DANGER alerts you to an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in

death or seriouspersonalinjury.

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WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in

death or seriouspersonal iiyury.

) CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor
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CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate personal injury and/or possible damage to themachine andits components.
The location and content of the on-product safety signs are on the following pages. Be sure these
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A WARNING

To avoid death, serious persona! injury or damage to the machine,

observe the following safety precautions when operating or

servicing the machine.

® Read and understand the operator's manual and ali safety precautions before operating the machine.

® Do not put fingers or hands into any moving part of the machine,

especially cutting tools.

Close all electrical enclosure panels during machine operation. Before removing these panels, disconnect aii power to the machine. Do not work inside electrical enclosures unless you can do so safely.

Never disable the safety interlock when operating the machine

in the automatic mode. ® Close guard door and activate all safety devices before operating

machine. Only open guard door if machine is completely stopped.

® Be sure there is sufficient coolant in the machine and that it is

flowing smoothly to all necessary parts.

Securely clamp the tooling in place before starting the machine.

® Regularly clean chips and debris from the cutting area and chip coilection tray.

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Hazardous voltage inside.

Will shock, bum, or cause death.

Only qualified personnel totally

familiar with electrical circuits and service manual should work inside this enclosure.

Follow Lockout/Tagout

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AWARNING

Moving parts, hot chips

and hot oil inside.

Keep door dosed

during operation.

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Moving parts can cause

serious injuries.

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removing chips inside.

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Turn off main breaker before

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Moving parts inside.

Keep door closed

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Safety Signs

A DANGER

Hazardous voltage inside. Will shock, bum, or cause

death.

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2.2 Emergency Stop Button

The red emergency stop button is located on the operation panel. When there is an emergency

situation such as fire, power failure, earthquake, or lightning or if you need to evacuate at once, press this button to stop the operation immediately before you leave the work site. Note, however, that pressing this emergency stop button during machine operation might damage a tool as well as the product being processed. The machine will display the alarm message OP705 "EMERGENCY BUTTON PUSHED." To reset the emergency stop status, turn the button clockwise. The procedure

for gradually stopping the machine operationis givenin 2.11HandlingEmergency Situations.

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Cincom provides the following kinds of safety devices to prevent and detect accidents and hazards

when operatingthe machine.

The standard and optional safety devices shown and described on the following pages are installed

dependingonparticular operating needs of the customer.

These devices: Detect any accident that occurs duringmachine operation.

* These devices: Stop the machine when there is an unsafe condition.

These devices:Prevent production of defectiveproducts.

* These devices:Prevent damage to the machine or tools.

; Optional safety devices are strongly recommendedin the following situations:

When you operate the machine continuously and there is possibility of reduced operator attention.

* When the duties of the operator extendbeyond thismachine.

When you operate the machine during the night shift.

To reduce thepossibility of accidents.

IMPORTANT

No safety devicesprovide complete safety against accidents andhazards.

Be sure to follow the precautions describedin this chapter.

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Coolant flowrate

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Cut-off tool break detection

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Coolant level detector

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The following are detailed descriptions of the safety devices:

Door locks (optional)

Door locks prevent any person from opening the front right (cutting side) door (1) and (2) and

front left (main spindle side) doors (3) and (4) during machine operation. You will only be able to

You can enable or disable this lock function

using PLC switch No.7 (DOOR LOCK ON) (see Appendix 2 Setting PLC Switches in the

Operator's Manual). The door locks work with the door switches.

open these doors when the machine is stopped.

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These door switches disable machine operation while the front right (cutting side) doors (1) and

(2) are open. Unless the doors are closed, you cannnot operate the machine. You can enable or

disable these switches using PLC switch No.8 (DOOR SW. ON) (see Appendix 2 Setting PLC

Switches in the Operator's Manual). If the door locks are installed, these door switches must be

set to ON.

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Door switches (optional) They disable machine operation while the front left (main spindle side) doors (3) and (4) are

open. Unless the doors are closed, you cannnot operate the machine. You can enable or disable

these switchesusingPLC switch No.8 (DOOR SW. ON) (see Appendix 2 Setting PLC Switchesin

the Operator's Manual).

Fire extinguisher (optional)

The fire extinguisher is used to put out a fire in the machine.

Main circuit breaker (standard)

This device automatically shuts itself off whenit detects an electric leakage of 100 mA or more.

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Cut-off tool break detection device (optional)

A cut-off tool is very easily damaged. If you continue to operate the machine with a damaged

cut-off tool, this might damage the machine or cause a fire. This device detects whether or not

materialis properly cut. In other words,it indirectly detects whether the cut-off tool is damaged.

When this device detects a damaged cut-off tool, the alarm message EX114 "TOOL BIT

ALARM" is displayed.

Coolant flow rate detector (optional)

This device is installed in the midsection of the coolant supply pipe and detects the change of the

coolant flow rate. When the flow rate gets lower than the specified value, the alarm message

EX112 "COOLANT OIL ALARM" is displayed and the operation of the machine is

automatically stopped to prevent a fire hazard.

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Coolantlevel detector (standard) This device is installed in the coolant tank and detects the height of the coolant level. When the

coolant level gets lower than the limit, the alarm message EX204 "COOLANT OIL EMPTY" is

displayed and the operation of the machine is automatically stopped after completing one cycle

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Lubricating oillevel detector (standard)

This device is installed in the central lubricating oil unit and detects the level of the lubricating

oil. When the oil level gets lower than the limit, the alarm message EX202 "LUBRICATING

OIL EMPTY" is displayed the operation of the machine is automatically stopped after

completingone cycle toprevent machine damage.

The following software functions are alsoprovided for safety:

Spindle speed change detection (standard)

This functiondetects excessive changes in spindle speed to prevent machine damage. The alarm message EX117 "MAIN SPINDLE RPM ALARM" or EX118 "BACK SPINDLE RPM ALARM" is displayed whenit detects a change of more than 10% from the specified speed. Note, however,

that this function must be turned off when the constant surface speed control function is used

and during tap and die