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inspection  cycle post problem

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Message 1 of 14
kim.salvesen
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inspection  cycle post problem

I do get this when I use the new inspection  cycle

 

(Error: The probe cycle 'probing-y' is machine specific and must always be handled in the post configuration.)

 

does someone know what it means

 

kind regards KimSkärmklipp.PNGSkärmklipp2.PNG

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Message 2 of 14

Hi @kim.salvesen,

 

Could you attach you post please. We updated the post library recently to include the probe geometry functionality, I just want to check the right code is in your post. If not I will have a look for the correct post you will need to be using.

 

 



Richard Stubley
Manager - Manufacturing Specialist Team
Message 3 of 14

okay thanks 😃

Message 4 of 14

Hi  Richard stubley

Did you find the solution to the problem?

Message 5 of 14

Hi @kim.salvesen,

 

I've been looking through the Heidenhain manuals and can't see that they provide support for what we refer to as probe geometry.

 

The cycles I can see are all for setting a WCS but not for doing a decision based on the size or position of a feature, or updating tool wear.

 

If you have cycles that allow you do do this then I would be interested in reading the revision of your manual.



Richard Stubley
Manager - Manufacturing Specialist Team
Message 6 of 14

HI @Richard.stubley 

 

thank you for looking into the problem

 

here you have some files with info 

 

if there is anything more you need I will be happy to help

Message 7 of 14

Hi @kim.salvesen,

 

I have been looking through all my Heidenhain manuals and the one you have supplied and I cant find any reference to being able to support pausing the machine based on the inspection results or updating tool wear based on results. 

 

At this time from what I can see Heidenhain do not have supporting cycles to utilise this functionality inside of Fusion.

 

I understand this isn't the reply your looking for but there is not much we can do form a post or product side if the canned cycles on the machine don't support the functionality. If you do find any reference to the cycles supporting this functionality please let me know and I will look into getting the generic posts updated. 



Richard Stubley
Manager - Manufacturing Specialist Team
Message 8 of 14

I think this is the manual you are looking for

 

http://content.heidenhain.de/doku/tnc_guide/pdf_files/TNC640/34059x-09/zyklen/892905-27.pdf

 

Cycle 421 is circular inside

Cycle 422 is circular outside

Cycle 423 is rectangular inside

Cycle 424 is rectangular outside

 

edit: begins att page 647

User of Hermle and Heidenhain
Message 9 of 14

@Mikromekanik,

 

Brilliant, thank you for that manual, that's exactly what I have been looking for.

 

I will have a deeper look this afternoon and get back with what I find. @kim.salvesen would you be in a position to run some basic tests with the probe geometry functionality If I can get a test post processor produced?



Richard Stubley
Manager - Manufacturing Specialist Team
Message 10 of 14

I can check it also if this is the case? I have a Hermle C30, TNC530 and Hermle C12, TNC640 machine. 

User of Hermle and Heidenhain
Message 11 of 14

Perfect let me see what I can sort out.



Richard Stubley
Manager - Manufacturing Specialist Team
Message 12 of 14

Any updates?

User of Hermle and Heidenhain
Message 13 of 14
ad5683accts
in reply to: kim.salvesen

way to drop the ball Dick. 4 years later and im having the problem...

Message 14 of 14

Hi @ad5683accts,

Not quite sure the issue you are having, if you can provide any useful information I'd happily look into it for you. 
That error can mean a multitude of things so hard to say if you are experiencing the same issue.

Fusion file and the post you are using is always the best way. 

Also please try and keep things pleasant on the forums, most ADSK employees help out here in our own time. 



Richard Stubley
Manager - Manufacturing Specialist Team

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