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Helix move, revolutions limit

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello,

 

When post processing a helix with a Heidenhain_conversational_advanced in PB, I realized that there is a limit of 1000 (or 360000 degrees) for revolutions.

The output is devided to equal helixes when it is more than 1000 Rev, in order to make each helix less than 1000.

Is there any way to increase it? What parameter controls this?

 

kind regards,

Majid

 

Majid
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Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

Legend
Legend

Hello

 

As i know for Heidenhain there is a limit of 15 turns. (5400 degree). Maybe that newer HH controller TNC640 have higher limits. You have to split up a Helix move in the post.

 

If you use PostConfigurator then its done automatical!

 

Regards

Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

Youre right newer Heidenhain versions have bigger limit than 5400 deg.

I test PB library Heidenhain_conversational_advanced and output is: (bigger than 5400, I think it is without limit)

CP IPA14400. IZ-8. DR+

If you want to split angle by some limiting angle you have to program logic in pb_cmd_helix.

In short - take whole arc angle, divide it by limiting angle (for example 5400) and per this limiting angle output CP IPA(5400) with correct Z depth(!)

Then there is some residual angle from whole angle, so at last, you have to output CP IPA(residual angle) to final Z depth(!)

CP IPA+5400 Z+0 DR+
CP IPA+5400 Z-3 DR+
CP IPA+3600 Z-5 DR+ (residual)

 

Postconfigurator has it working for 5400deg but dont know how to overide it.

Maybe user should overide whole output by custom proc. Dont know if it is simple.

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Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello,

I'm not sure why my last comment was deleted!? But in brief:
Thanks for your replies.
Imagine a hole milling operation, 10 mm depth, 0.01mm axial distance. The helix will have 1000 turns (360000 degrees) as follows:

CP IPA360000. IZ-10. DR+

Changing the distance to 0.009 mm and NX will devide the helix into two identical helixes each 5 mm depth:

CP IPA200000. IZ-5. DR+
CP IPA200000. IZ-5. DR+

I need to output the second one as one helix as follows:

CP IPA400000. IZ-10. DR+

This is independent from Heidenhain IPA limitation since I made a PP that the user can choose IPA or CYCLE output. It analyzes the output for hole / boss / milling / threading and converts it to CYCL_262 / CYCL_208 / CYCL_257 / CYCL_267.
The logic works perfect as long as ONE helix is ONE event

10mm depth 0.01mm divisions makes one 360000 degrees helix:

CYCL DEF 208 Q200=0. Q201=-10. Q206=1000. Q334=0.01 Q203=0. Q204=0. Q335=10. Q342=10. Q351=1.
CYCL CALL

The same operation with 0.009mm divisions makes two helix events each 200000 degree and 5 mm depth. This is what I do NOT want in output:

CYCL DEF 208 Q200=0. Q201=-5. Q206=1000. Q334=0.009 Q203=0. Q204=0. Q335=10. Q342=10. Q351=1.
CYCL CALL
CYCL DEF 208 Q200=0. Q201=-5. Q206=1000. Q334=0.009 Q203=0. Q204=0. Q335=10. Q342=10. Q351=1.
CYCL CALL

If NX makes it one helix my output will be:

CYCL DEF 208 Q200=0. Q201=-10. Q206=1000. Q334=0.009 Q203=0. Q204=0. Q335=10. Q342=10. Q351=1.
CYCL CALL

Kind regards,
Majid

Majid

Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

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Solution Partner Phenom

Hi,

 

I think I see what you mean.

Long helix is devided on half in NX.

So there is 2 events, thats mean 2 output of helix

I ve never did such long helix.

aa.JPG

 

I think library  template PP heidenhain_conversational_advanced could output helix without limitation of the angle

     CP IPA400000. IZ-10. DR+

but NX makes 2x helix:

    CP IPA200000. IZ-5. DR+
    CP IPA200000. IZ-5. DR+

 

So I assume this is question for siemens

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Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hi,

 

Thats right. We can see it on CLS too:

 

CIRCLE/-17.5286,0.7213,-10.0000,0.0000000,0.0000000,-1.0000000,5.0000,0.0600,0.5000,8.0000,0.0000,TIMES,1000

 

comparing to:

 

CIRCLE/-17.5286,0.7213,-5.0000,0.0000000,0.0000000,-1.0000000,5.0000,0.0600,0.5000,8.0000,0.0000,TIMES,556
CIRCLE/-17.5286,0.7213,-10.0000,0.0000000,0.0000000,-1.0000000,5.0000,0.0600,0.5000,8.0000,0.0000,TIMES,556

 

So the question now is how to increase this TIMES value limitation more than 1000!?

 

Kind regards,

Majid

Majid

Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

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Solution Partner Phenom

I think we cant control how internaly is helix created

Ask GTAC for explanation or some kind of help

 

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Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello,

 

Thanks for the information.

I realized that when this happens, for the initial helix segments we have:

 

mom_pos(2) != mom_nxt_pos(2)

 

and for the last segment we have:

 

mom_pos(2) == mom_nxt_pos(2)

 

Using this condition, I changed my codes to output only one CYCLE with total depth of the splitted helix and works perfect. Smiley Happy

 

Kind regards,

Majid

Majid

Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

Siemens Legend Siemens Legend
Siemens Legend

Hi Majid,

 

Good to hear that were able to generate your canned hole milling cycles.

 

I'd like to add that nx1847 provides preview functionality to generate canned hole milling cycles.

(and nx1872 provides preview functionality to generate canned hole thread milling cycles)

 

CannedHoleMillingPreview.jpg

 

 

We're in the process of collecting feedback. We will probably release this in the (very) near future. 

 

(Contact 

 

 

 

 

Re: Helix move, revolutions limit

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Solution Partner Phenom

hi @ToonVdK  Bob was logged last time in 2018, is there any other way to contact him ?

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