I use the NX 11.0.1 and i've been developing a ISV machine.
The Milling machine has 2 heads and 1 table (3 offsets and 2 chains ).
I already configured the 2 heads and now i've facing a problem with table which i left for the end thinking be the most easy part of the work...a little mistake ).
But now, lets go:
My machine has this kinematic
How you can see follow, i have two chains for the machine (desconsidering the heads)
and i configure the cse files according recomended and like i did with the heads (which worked very well)
But, when i tried to simulate this program follow (Which is fully functional in the physical machine),
i face this problem !!!
Now, my questions are:
1- My kinematic and the chains definitions are ok?
2- I made little mistake in machine and chains definitions?
3-Is the best practice use 2 chains in a same ISV definition, or is better use the B table as a device, like the heads?
4-Someone experienced in this kind of problem could provide me some advice of what i need to do to solve this problem?
Thansk for everyone!
Siemens PG SU Brazil
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sorry I don´t have the time to answer every minute a post. In your case the answer is not so easy and I needed time to think about it.
Please try a workaround because I don´t know why it doesn´t work.
Fill $TC_CARR31/33 variables with axes limits e.g. -360/360 and if it doesn´t work add a dummy axis and fill the name in $TC_CARR36.
When this will not work please call GTAC for a ticket.