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Re: CSE simolation how to use W B axis setting offsets in heidenhain

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Pioneer

Hi,Thomas

  thank you for your reply

 

"How to get the position based on mechanical coordinates after the table rotate?" I didn´t fully got it. Why do you need that?------I think , the machine offset change as soon as table rotate.  I  want to calculate new the coordinate input the transformation. then machine use A ,C axis rotary use the new coordinate.

 

Could you give me some advice, how to calculate the coordinates?

  

thank you.

 

 

Re: CSE simolation how to use W B axis setting offsets in heidenhain

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hi,

 

sorry I´m still confused about your requirement. As I already mentioned. CSE provides a lot of vector and matrix functions where you can let off steam with. Look for matrix and vectors in cse documentation and try to calcualte the positions you need with these functions. There are also a lot of functions available, as you already used, to set and query values from current transformations.

 

Maybe we should tackle this from another direction for better understanding.

Whats the current/actual problem you have and what would you like to achive? Which NC Code doesn´t work?

I had the impression that your machine is now running?

 

 

Thanks

Thomas

 

Re: CSE simolation how to use W B axis setting offsets in heidenhain

Pioneer
Pioneer

hi  Thomas

 

thank you for your help.

 

my machine is SHW UniForce 7 (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA7ESJ2VDNOMahtH7ImsGiQ).

It have 7 axis (X Y Z A B C W).

 

machine can run nc  code for example 

 

CYCL DEF 247 DATUM SETTING Q339=1
TOOL CALL 1 Z S3000

CYCL DEF 19.0
CYCL DEF 19.1 B90.000
L B90.000 FMAX

CYCL DEF 19.0
CYCL DEF 19.1 A-90.000 C90.00
L A-90.000 C90.00FMAX
L Z200 FMAX
L X0 Y0 Z0 FMAX.

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