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This is the "Safety alert symbol". This symbol is used to gain the operator’s attention about

items or operations that may pose danger to the operator or other persons. Always read the message attached to this symbol, and follow the instructions carefully.

It is important that the operator read the warning items and other items related to safety before using this machine.

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: Danger that may lead to physical accidents

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! . READ OPERATION MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING. 2. CLOSE ALL DOORS BEFORE PRESSING START BUTTON.

3. KEEP ACCESSORY KEYS UNDER THE CONTROL OF

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IN CHARGE OF SAFETY.

4 . MOUNT

TOOL I NG. ATTACHMENTS. AND

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5. USE RECCfcMENDED HYDRAULIC OIL.

LUBRICANTS

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AMOUNT OF COOLANT

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CUTTING CHIPS

PERIODICALLY.

TOUCH OPERATION BUTTONS AND

SWITCHES WITH WET HANDS.

9. WARM UP MACHINE 8EFORE OPERATING.

10. TURN

OFF POWER COMPLETELY AFTER DAYS

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SCREW. WITH

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Read operation manual before operating.

Close all doors before pressing start button

Keep accessory keys under the control of a designated person in charge of safety.

Mount tooling attachments and accessories properly.

Use recommended lubricants, hydraulic oil and coolant oil.

Check amount of coolant before operating.

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7. Remove cutting chips periodically.

8. Do not touch operation buttons and switches with wet hands.

9. Warm up machine before operating.

10. Turn OFF power completely after days machining.

11. Periodically replace worn parts, such as screw, with new ones.

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4. DO NOT OPEN NC CASINE

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AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL.

5. THE MACHINE SHOULD NOT BE MODIFIED IN ANYWAY WITHOUT NOTIFYING THE MANUFACTURER.

6. CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN

NOT TO TOUCH.

THE TOOL-NOSE WHILE ADJUSTING TOOLS.

REPLACING OR

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1. The operator may be injured if he/she contacts moving parts. Always stop the machine before

adjusting the machine, measuring the dimensions of the machined part or removing the cut¬

ting chips.

2. If sufficient coolant oil is not supplied to the machining portion, a fire may start. Always set the coolant nozzle toward the machining portion.

3. Power leakages or trouble may occur if the liquid enters non-designated places of the ma¬

chine. Do not splash liquid onto the machine during cleaning, etc. 4. A high voltage current flows in some parts of the CNC box and machine operation panel. Electric shocks could lead to fatal accidents. The authorized personnel must always open the

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CNC box door or remove the machine operation panel cover.

5. Modifications of this machine may lead to obstruction of the machine functions and may pose a risk to the operator. Always follow instructions given by STAR when making modifica¬

tions.

6. To prevent injuries, be sure not to touch the tool nose when changing the tools.

7. The covers mounted on this machine are important for securing safety. Always turn OFF

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Always return the covers to the original positions before turning the main power ON (| )

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CAUTION

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2. DO NOT TOUCH CUTTING CHIPS

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CLEANING.

FOR CHIP TANK

1. The operator may be injured if he/she contacts moving parts. The operator must not place his/

her hands in the chip tank during operation.

2. To prevent injuries, the cutting chips must never be touched directly by hand.

3. The cutting chips will scatter and may cause injuries. Air must not be blown directly at the cutting chips.

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If the warning label is lost or can no longer be read, contact your dealer. Replacement warning labels will be set for a fee, so replace them at the designated positions.

When ordering the warning labels, indicate the following order No. and EDP code and the language

being used. For the warning label whose order number is empty, indicate only EDP code. If you need the warning label in language not written in the following table, indicate English order

number and the language required.

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CONTENTS

1.

Before reading this operation manual

1-1

2.

Safety

2-1

3.

Operation principle of the machine

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4.

Machine and specifications

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Genera! structure

4-2

Control axis configuration diagram

4-3

Externa! dimensions

4-4

Standard machine specifications

4-5

Standard accessories

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Optional accessories lists .

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Standard CMC specifications

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Optional CNC functions

5. Safety devices

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Door interlock

5-2

Safety device for Coolant oil

5-3

Safety device for automatic centralized lubrication unit

5-4

Broken cut-off tool detector

5-5

Parts ejection detector

5-6

Safety function of CNC device

6. Tooling system

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6-2

6-3

List of consumable parts

Tool number Tooling system table

6-3-1

Gang tool post

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Turret

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6-5

Tooihoider tables

Precautions for tooling

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6-5-2

Precautions for gang too! post/turret simultaneous machining Precautions when angle adjustable cross drilling unit is used

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Operation

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Diagram of machine operation panel Explanation of machine operation pane! Explanation of CNC operation panel

Turning the power ON and OFF Automatic operation

Search Program input {Registering into memory) Program edit Program output (Punch out)

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Position display screen Offset input

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Menu function

Counter function

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Star simple tool life management <Option> :

Tool geometry offset function

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Machining data display function

Keep relay conversational setting function

Servo monitor function

Machine specification display function

Maintenance timer function . Display of registered program numbers ••• Macro data setting Parameter display and change method *

Input / output interface

Background editing

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Help function

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8-2

8-3

8-4

8-5

8-6

8-7

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8-9

Programming

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Organization of program

Dimension word

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Coordinate system Soft OT function by tool ***••*

Feed function

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Spindle function (S function)

Tool function

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Tool number Tool function {T function}

Approach function

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Positioning (GOO)

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Liner interpolation (GQ1)

Circular interpolation (G02, G03)

Dwell (G04)

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Programmable data input (G10)

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Plane selection (G17, G18, G19)

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Stored stroke check ON / OFF (G22, G23)

8-27

8-10-8

Spindle speed fluctuation detection ON / OFF (G26, G25)

8-28

8-10-9

Reference point return (G28)

8-29

8-10-10 Second reference point return (G30)

8-29

8-10-11 Thread cutting (G32)

8-30

8-10-12 Variable lead thread cutting (G34) <Option>

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Tool nose radius compensation (G40, G41, G42)

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8-10-14 Coordinate system setting Spindle maximum speed setting (G50)

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Macro program call (G65 to G67)

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Multiple canned cycle (G70 to G76)

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8-10-17 Canned cycle for drilling (G80, G83, G84, G85, G87, G89)

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Single canned cycle (G90, G92, G94)

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Constant surface speed control (G96, G97)

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Feed function specification (G98, G99, G101, G103)

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8-10-21

Cylindrical interpolation (G107) <Option>

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Pole coordinate interpolation (G11 2, G113) <Option>

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Coordinate system setting *

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(G120, G121, G130, G131, G132Kk, G140, G141)

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Plane selection function (G150, 154, 158)

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8-10-25 Approach position setting (G170)

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Tool select with short cut route (G171)

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8-10-27 Sub-spind\e indexing [G2Q0,G201)

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C-axis

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Threading

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G284, G384, G484)

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Cross rigid tapping cycle (G784)

 

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Head2 single operation block jump (G900 J j)

HEAD1 side auxiliary functions (M functions)

HEAD2 side auxiliary functions (M functions)

Sub-program function

Macro program call (G65 to G67)

Program pattern

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HEAD2 side machining program pattern

Test piece program example

Program reference data

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9. Preparation and inspection before starting operation

9-1

Preparation and inspection before turning power on

9-1-1

Cleaning of chips

9-1-2

Cleaning and inspection of coolant device

9-1-3

Inspection of

hydraulic oil

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Preparation and inspection before starting operation after power is turned on 9-8

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9-2-2

9-2-3

Confirmation of alarm message

Inspection and adjustment of hydraulic pressure

Inspection of air unit

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Attaching and adjusting of main collet Attaching and adjusting of guide bushing

Attaching and adjusting of sub-collet

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Handling of push rod

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10-4-1

Attaching of push rod

10-4-2

Exchange of ejector pin

Attaching and adjusting of tool unit

10-5-1

Attaching and adjusting of tool to gang tool post

10-5-2

Attaching and adjusting of tool to turret

10-5-3

Handling of tool unit for turret

10-6

Handling of too! setter

10-6-1

10-6-2

10-6-3

10-6-4

Attaching of tool setter

Measurement of relative position-lÿtool sensor

Offset adjustment screen

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Handling of tool presetter

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Handling of scale unit

Handling of measure scope

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Setting of tooi outside machine by tool presetter

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Procedure for locating trouble

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DGN check method

11-3

Alarm check method

11-4

Parameter check method

11-5

Parameter change method

11-6

Selfdiagnosis function (DGN) table

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Alarm table

Keep relay table

12. Maintenance and Inspection

12-1

Monthly inspection

12-1-1

Inspection of bearing heating

12-1-2

Cleaning of guide bushing

12-1-3

Cleaning of collet

12-1-4

Inspection of hydraulic unit

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inspection of air unit

12-2

Six-month inspection

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inspection of main/sub-spindle shifter section wear

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Inspection of belt

12-2-3

Inspection of wiring and piping

12-2-4

Inspection of safety device

13. Specifications and handling of optional accessories

13-1

Single bar feeder [323]

13-2

Leakage breaker [40440]

13-3

Chip conveyor .

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Broken cut-off tool damage detector [42404]

13-5

13-6

13-7

13-8

13-9

13-10

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Parts conveyor [42412]

Parts separator type B [42414] Parts separator type A [42415] Barstock gripping unit [42418]

Tool setter [42421] Too! presetter [42422]

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Rotating beacon [42427], signal tower [42428]

 

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Main spindle inner tube 11.7 mm specification [42445]

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Coolant unit 0.8 MPa [42458] -

Coolant oil flow sensor [42459]

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Oil hole drill unit [42461] Long parts ejector with guide tube [42472, 42472A],

Parts stopper [42479]

Sub-spindle air blow unit [42475]

Sub-spindie 1 0 indexing unit [42484]

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Parts ejection detector [53409]

Profile barstock specification

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1. Before reading this operation, manual

operation manual is for the Model SV-20 Swiss-type automatic lathe. This manual should be read for first-time users and also by operators who have knowl¬

edge and experience from previous use. Before operating this machine, read this

operation manual thoroughly and learn the