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    Default Fanuc reference book (white bible)???

    I am new to the cnc world. I am a maintenance guy for a company who has several cnc machines. There are daewoo doosani, mazak, and moriseki. Most of all are Fanuc controls. We had a Tech come in this past week and assist with a issue we was having. He told me there was a reference book out there that helped him in the begining with the codes and alarms where you didnt have to pull the manuals out everytime. He couldn't remember the name of it but said they referred to it as the "White Bible". I have looked and not having any luck finding it. If any of yall know what it is called or know of any other reference books that are handy for a rookie, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank yall for your time and help.

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    Default Re: Fanuc reference book (white bible)???

    I think the book you are looking for is GFZ-63007EN/01 google it and you may find a place to down load it as for buying the book cant help there got mine given to me buy a tech

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    Default Re: Fanuc reference book (white bible)???

    The white books are 1/3 the standard size and have a brief but very useful listing of hardware, alarms, I/O, parameters, and operating codes. They make one for each control family. I've got 4 different ones so far. If you can't find them online, let me know and I'll get them.

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