thanks to all of you for comments
I want to do it simple way:
Can you send me a program on attached operation, a program that works for you on this type of machine ?
I will send it to the machine and will see the behaviour.
(And please let me know the F85 or other parameter setting.)
thank you a lot
My experience of working with this machine is to use 2 bases (zeroes). At first operator specifies Mazatrol zero (G53.5) on lathe spindle's axis, and I calculate the following operations - lathe, 3-axis mill, 3+2 mill - for this zero using mom_pos vars.
When I need 5-axis continuous milling, I can use only G54-G59, because G43.4 is compatible only with this zero, but not with Mazatrol zero. That's why I have the following chain: G53.5 => some subprogam to recalculate zero position from G53.5 to G54 => G54 => G43.4 with mom_mcs_goto vars.
P.S.: My settings for F85 correspond to combination G54 + G43.4.
I see different coordinates from code sended by Frobi.Frobi showed me code with pure mcs_goto.
So you have different F85 if I understand well?
Take into consideration, that you say about Integrex i-1250v. It is a new model enough, in comparison with the machine of Juraj where another old NC unit. That's why your experience with i-1250v is not applicable completely here. I also used the machine in ISO mode, but it's sometimes reasonable to work with Mazatrol zero (G53.5) inside ISO programs as I wrote above.
I agree with you: the most problem of Mazak service is to get from them deep knowledge of parameters, bits, etc.
One more point: pay attention that on working with 5-axis continuous milling there are other parameters and bits (in addition to F85) that affect onto moves, dynamics and accuracy of the machine. So I recommend to read the proper Mazak documentation and to check these parameters.
I just want to thank you. it seems to be working.
g43.4 with g54 and F85: 0001000
Now when we machine part with this and surface will be with non-constatnt stock - the problem is not in the code, mcs_goto. But somewhere else.
again thanks all of you for comments!