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4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..

Pioneer
Pioneer

Good day,

 

I need help on activate fanuc turbo mode for 4axis postprocessor.

 

I have created a postprocessor for our 3axis machine with activate fanuc turbo mode option on, and it was successful.

Now I am creating a 4axis rotary table postprocessor with fanuc turbo mode option inserted and I can`t get it done. My problem is that when I activate the turbo mode the G02 motion is not showing. 

Is it possible to use activate fanuc turbo mode option  on 4axis postprocessor? 

 

Thank you very much.

Jayson

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Re: 4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..

This should work, as long as you follow the instructions in the custom command PB_CMD_activate_Fanuc_turbo_mode.

Mark Rief
Retired Siemens

Re: 4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..

Pioneer
Pioneer

Thank you Mark,

 

I have followed the instructions in the custom command PB_CMD_activate_Fanuc_turbo_mode.

I just created new 4 axis postprocessor referenced to fanuc_6m. Please see attached picture of the NC output.

 

Thank you very much

Jayson

Re: 4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..

I would contact GTAC - they can either diagnose the issue, or log a PR.


Mark Rief
Retired Siemens

Re: 4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..

Legend
Legend

Just curious....

What is fanuc turbo mode?

 

NX11.0.1

Re: 4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..

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Esteemed Contributor

It speeds up outputting large volumes of data (e.g. mold makes with NC code files in the MB + range)

But then it limits you to what logic you can do once turbo mode is turned on.

 

Ken

Ken Akerboom Sr CAx Systems Engr, Moog, Inc.
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP5 + patch/TC11.2
I'd rather be e-steemed than e-diseaseled


Re: 4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..

Pioneer
Pioneer
Thank you Mark..

By the way, I am using NX/PostBuilder Version 10.0.3.0.

Thank you,
Jayson

Re: 4 axis Activate Fanuc Turbo Mode help..


Dstryr wrote:

Just curious....

What is fanuc turbo mode?

 



Turbo mode speeds up postprocessing by bypassing the tcl for motion output, which also limits the customization. There is more info in the help.

It is typically used in mode/die contouring programs, where you can have millions of simple G1 moves.

 

Mark Rief
Retired Siemens

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