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heidenhain post head position angles and rotary table aroud axis y

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gleblancE33J8
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heidenhain post head position angles and rotary table aroud axis y

hi ,

is it possible to modify the heidenhain post to rotate the head angles simultaneously using a B axis rotary table?

 

thanks,

Ghys

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a.laasW8M6T
in reply to: gleblancE33J8

You should be able to do this no problems.

 

But for clarity do you have a picture of the machine and how it is configured, so we can see exactly how the head/table is in the machine

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gleblancE33J8
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a.laasW8M6T
in reply to: gleblancE33J8

Sorry there appears to be no picture there, can you try again?

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RTW LAY-OUT(X4000,Y1500,Z2500,W2000,R.T2000x3000)23.02.09-1.jpg

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should better with that 

sorry to my mistake

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a.laasW8M6T
in reply to: gleblancE33J8

OK, a few more questions

Is this the correct layout for the axes?

RTW LAY-OUT(X4000,Y1500,Z2500,W2000,R.T2000x3000)23.02.09-1.jpg

 

Is the head a controlled axis? Like the C axis?

or is it a manual one?

 

So the Table is B rotary

and with the Head shown in the picture would you program with Tool axis Y when you do a tool call?

Like "TOOL CALL Y S3000"

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gleblancE33J8
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head angles is change by the control by cyc def 302 or 320 i'm suppose is from builder Kiheung machineScreenshot 2023-02-27 194252.jpg

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and suppose the table should turn around Z axis angle C is already use in cycle 320 to align tool
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a.laasW8M6T
in reply to: gleblancE33J8

Ahh yes.

Unfortunately that sort of machine is a bit outside of the scope of the standard post processor.

 

It is possible to do, however I would suggest reaching out to one of the Postprocessing partners do work with you to make a custom post

https://customersuccess.autodesk.com/partners/search?search=Post%20Processor&locations[]=detect 

 

I do use the standard post for our Nicolas correa mill with indexing head, but it has no rotary for simultaneous moves, and I sort of cheat by using 3D basic rotation at the control and multiple setups in fusion 

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setup look like this and the result code 

 

angle c is show in cycl 320 head orientation and should be for table

 

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