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Fanuc 21i-TA Turning Post Processor

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marco_travanti
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Fanuc 21i-TA Turning Post Processor

does anyone know where to find the post processor for Fanuc 21i-TB Turning For Graziano GT300 turn??
Thank you

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Message 2 of 15

We don't have a specific post processor for that machine, but if your machine is a 2 axis lathe, I would recommend starting with this post processor and adjusting it to suit your needs:

https://cam.autodesk.com/hsmposts?p=fanuc_turning


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 3 of 15

unfortunately the standard Fanuc post processor that you indicated to me is probably too recent for my machine... is there anyone who already uses it on Fanuc 21i-TA Turning??

Message 4 of 15

Is there any company that can adapt it to my needs?
Message 5 of 15

You'd be surprised. I would suggest giving it a test and seeing what it produces for code. It's rather basic in its output and is easily modified for most needs.

Do you have any sample g-code that shows us what you need for format?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 6 of 15


@marco_travanti wrote:
Is there any company that can adapt it to my needs?

Oh yes, loads of them. You can see a list of them here:
https://www.autodesk.com/support/partners?solutions=Fusion%20360&services=Post%20Processor

 

I can't recommend anyone in particular (can't play favorites), so I suggest reaching out to several of them to discuss your needs and go with the one that aligns with your geographical and budgetary needs.

 

That said, it's "possible" that the Fanuc post may work for you "as is" or require light modification, which we may be able to help with.


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 7 of 15
AdamKunzo
in reply to: marco_travanti

Hello Marco,

 

I made many 2 axis lathe Fanuc post processor. I'll send you a message with details.

Message 8 of 15
AdamKunzo
in reply to: marco_travanti

Hello Marco,

 

I made many 2 axis lathe Fanuc post processors. I'll send you a message with details.

Message 9 of 15

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Message 10 of 15

esempio:

%
O2105(1P.PERNO PER RUOTE ARCO)
(COC=6G0000010)
(PRESA CON MORSETTI DURI)
(BATTUTA CON VITE TAPPO)
(PRESSIONE 12)

T903(WNMG R.0.8)
G95
G54
G92S3000
G96S250M14
G0X20Z5
G1Z0.1F1
X-2F0.15
G0X16Z2
G71U1.5R1
G71P20Q40U1W0.1F0.22
N20G0X7
G1Z0
X10,C1.5
N40Z-35
G0Z150M5

T804(VNMG R0.8)
G95
G54
G92S3000
G96S150M14
G0X15Z5
G1Z0F7
X-2F0.15
G0X7Z2
G1Z0F0.5
X10,C1.5F0.15
Z-35
X15R1
Z-41.5
G0X20
Z150M5

T606(FIL.EST.P1.5)
G54
G97S1500M3
G0X11Z6M8
G76P010060Q100R0.02
G76X8.1Z-23P613Q100F1.5
G0Z10M5
M9
X150Z150

M30

%

Message 11 of 15
marco_travanti
in reply to: AdamKunzo

Do you have any references?
Message 12 of 15


@marco_travanti wrote:
Do you have any references?

I'm not sure what you are asking or what the image above is meant to signify. Care to expand?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 13 of 15

the g-code refers to the D10 processing and M10 thread length 35mm starting from a 15mm round that can be seen in the image
Message 14 of 15

Ok, but what exactly is your issue; is the code wrong, are there incorrect G/M codes, is it incorrect dimensions?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 15 of 15

this is the g-code I made manually.
I need the right post processor that uses the same syntax.

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