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    Re: Getting programs into Fanuc 3t and 6t

    Do you have programs that actually fit into the 3T and 6T?
    The setup method is really different and the Canned Cycles are 1 line instead of 2l ines like the newer controls.
    Look at a number of...
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    Using Fanuc Subprograms.

    I di d lot of CNC training in shops around Detroit a few years ago and almost all partprints were in metric.
    Almost every shop converted the dimensions to inches and all nice and even metric numbers...
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    Re: Tool nose Radius compensation question.

    Here is a Fanuc noseradius comp example fro my website. zzthere are more examples if you need to learn more.
    www.doccnc.com
    Good luck: Heinz.
    Fanuc CNC Lathe program using Noseradius Comp. ...
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    How to get your first job in cnc.

    I get an email quite often with that question.
    If you have no experience at all, try to get a job as a CNC operator, but first:
    Learn the basics, like know that G0 is Rapid, also what G1, G2 and G3...
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    The worst job you ever had?

    Let me be first, but hopefully not the worst.
    I started in Germany as apprentice in a Locomotive Repair Works.
    My train to work left at 4:43, I had a train change and started working at 6:55.
    6...
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    Simple Fanuc Program Example.

    There are more complicated examples on my website, including Canned Cycles and using Cutter Comp.
    www.doccnc.com

    Part is 2" OD, will be finish faced with OD skin cut taken.
    O2001(Program number)...
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    Figuring depth of thread.

    Because of my website, I get a lot of programming questions from all over the world.
    Here is one, please tell me if my answer makes sense:
    How do you figure out the P value in the G76 threading...
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    Older Fanuc lathe with Subspindle.

    Used Fanuc controlled lathes and mills seem to last forever, but be very careful when you buy something that is a little more complicated or sohphisticated, like for instance a subspindle lathe....
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    Re: No Rapid Feed

    On quite a few machines, the machine will run in Auto with the doorswitch actuated, but it will have no Rapid.
    Its for satety, in case you left the door open by mistake.
    So follow that up.
    My...
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    Re: System 6T hitting limit on turret change

    I agree with Angel.
    When you call the tool, call it as T0100.
    Put in the offset during your first motion toward the part, so its G0 X--- Z--- T0101.
    When you go back to toolchange, cancel the...
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    Re: Yam CNC K2 Fanuc system 11T

    Let me know if you have any programming related questions.
    Back when this machine was new, I trained quite a few shops in how to program and make parts.
    Most of the lathe exampmles I show on my...
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    Re: Training materials

    Hello Chips:
    Good luck, take a look at my mill program examples on my website, also my CNC training DVDs.
    I have been training CNC shops for the last 30 years and I will be glad to help.
    For any...
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    Re: Figing S in G50, G06 or G97.

    Sorry about the error, if this happened in a CNC lathe, it might be a crash:
    Title should be:
    Figuring "S in G50, G96 or G97".
    Heinz.
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    Figing S in G50, G96 or G97.

    Here is a recent email question I received and my answer.
    I think it would be interestin and helpful to many just startin in CNC,

    Is there a formula to determine g50(max spindle speed)***, and...
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    Free CNC help-advice.

    If any of you need help or have questions about any of the many skills involved in programming and producing CNC lathe or mill parts, let me know and I will be of help.
    I have made my living...
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    Re: Infeed outfeed table alignment

    Good luck with your job.
    What does it mean when you say you are an intern?
    Anything you need to learn anout CNC mill and lathe programming, I can help you with.
    However, you need to explai a...
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    Re: Cnc turning distance rings-washers

    Hello and good luck with solving your problem.
    Try writing a program where you have a little angle undercut at the end of the bore where it meets the cutoff.
    Then use a cutoff tool that has a...
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    Simplify CNC Programming.

    One of my goals in teaching CNC programming in person or as part of my teaching DVDs, has always been to explain and teach it as simple as possible.
    I just saw a quote from someone that is a lot...
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    Re: Fanuc g76 thread cycle

    Jerry:
    Look at the G76 example I have on my website, its explained and you should be able to figure out what you are doing wrong.
    Call tomorrow with any questions.
    Heinz. www.doccnc.com
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    Re: G76 Threading = 1 pass = problem

    Hi Ken:
    Fairly simple solution: You forgot the P value which defines the total depth of the tread.
    Its in the 2. line of the G76.
    Look at the example I have in the Lathe part of my website.
    To...
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    Re: Fanuc 11M- A Newbie Adventure

    Hello again, Todd.
    If this is a really older machine, and being a 11MA dates it, it may not show the absolute dimension as it goes down in Z.
    If I remember this correctly, there is a parameter to...
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    Re: Fanuc 11M- A Newbie Adventure

    Todd:
    This is Heinz, you called me the other day for help and I have been trying to get back to you but your mailbox on the phone is full.
    Here is how you set it:
    The number in Z is the distance...
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    Re: Murata Turning Centers

    Over the years, I have trained a number of shops on Murata CNC lathes.
    All were good and in talking to the shops later, they liked them a lot.
    They build regular simple machines, but also real...
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    Re: spindle speed?

    Are you serious?
    No, this is not normal.
    However, there is a pattern, each is about 40% off.
    Why? I have no idea.
    I am looking forward to guesses or reasons.
    Heinz.
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    Re: WA Shop needs local service.

    Mike:
    In case you did not see it. here is a phone for service out of Spokane:
    509-467-3358 .
    Good luck, let me know if you need any help with programming or machine use: Heinz, www.doccnc.com
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