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Okuma Lathe Post

does anyone out there have a post that will work for the Okuma lathe Mine has a OSP U10L control any help would be appreciated

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I have a post that I use for our Okuma Lathes (Cadet 0SP5020L, and we have a Crown 0SP700L). I have "Customized" the post, would you like to try it.

Sample Code below, its a little long but you should get the jist if it will work or not...

-Robert

%

(1001.MIN)

(T01 FACEOD ROUGHER)

(T02 OD FINISH TURN)

(T05 SPOT DRILL )

(T06 .343 DRILL)

(T09 .250 CBB)

G50 S1500

G0 X20. Z20.

N2 T0101 (FACE/OD ROUGHER)

G90 G94 G96 S100 M3 M42

/G0 X3.72 Z.25

G1 X3.72 Z.25 F300.

G95 S500

M8

G0 Z.0616

G1 X3.6331 F.01

X3.52 Z.005

X-.0625

X.0506 Z.0616 F.05

G0 X3.72

Z.25

M8

G0 Z.1062

X3.6438

G1 X3.5831 F.05

X3.47 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.4531 F.015

X3.4849 Z-.4605

G3 X3.512 Z-.4933 L.0463

G1 Z-.6182

X3.5692

X3.6823 Z-.5617 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X3.4831

G1 X3.37 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

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G1 X3.4849 Z-.4605

G3 X3.512 Z-.4933 L.0463

G1 X3.6251 Z-.4367 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X3.3831

G1 X3.27 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X3.3695

G3 X3.42 Z-.4295 L.0462

G1 X3.5331 Z-.3729 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X3.2831

G1 X3.17 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X3.32

X3.4331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X3.1831

G1 X3.07 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X3.22

X3.3331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X3.0831

G1 X2.97 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X3.12

X3.2331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.9831

G1 X2.87 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X3.02

X3.1331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.8831

G1 X2.77 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.92

X3.0331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.7831

G1 X2.67 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.82

X2.9331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.6831

G1 X2.57 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.72

X2.8331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.5831

G1 X2.47 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.62

X2.7331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.4831

G1 X2.37 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.52

X2.6331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.3831

G1 X2.27 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.42

X2.5331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.2831

G1 X2.17 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.32

X2.4331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.1831

G1 X2.07 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.22

X2.3331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X2.0831

G1 X1.97 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.12

X2.2331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.9831

G1 X1.87 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X2.02

X2.1331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.8831

G1 X1.77 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X1.92

X2.0331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.7831

G1 X1.67 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X1.82

X1.9331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.6831

G1 X1.57 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X1.72

X1.8331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.5831

G1 X1.47 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X1.62

X1.7331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.4831

G1 X1.37 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X1.52

X1.6331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.3831

G1 X1.27 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X1.42

X1.5331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.2831

G1 X1.17 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.422 F.015

X1.32

X1.4331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.2286

G1 X1.1155 Z.0496 F.01

Z-.0243 F.015

X1.1279 Z-.0305

G3 X1.155 Z-.0632 L.0462

G1 Z-.422

X1.22

X1.3331 Z-.3654 F.05

G0 Z.1062

X1.1741

G1 X1.061 Z.0496 F.01

Z.0028 F.015

G3 X1.0639 Z.0015 L.0463

G1 X1.1279 Z-.0305

G3 X1.155 Z-.0632 L.0462

G1 X1.2681 Z-.0067 F.05

G0 Z.0594

X1.1741

G1 X1.061 Z.0028 F.01

Z-.0112

X1.1138 Z-.0376

G3 X1.135 Z-.0632 L.0362

G1 Z-.432

X3.3695

G3 X3.4208 Z-.4426 L.0363

G1 X3.4708 Z-.4676

G3 X3.492 Z-.4933 L.0363

G1 Z-.6182

X3.6051 Z-.5617 F.05

X3.652

G0 X4.02

Z.25

M9

X20. Z20.

M1

N4 T0505 (SPOT DRILL)

G90 G94 G97 S100 M3 M42

/G0 X0. Z.6

G1 X0. Z.6 F300.

G95 S1500

M8

G0 Z.2

G94 G1 X0. Z-.075 F.75

G0

Z.6

M9

X20. Z20.

M1

N6 T0606 (.343 DRILL)

G90 G94 G97 S100 M3 M42

/G0 X0. Z2.

G1 X0. Z2. F300.

G95 S1114

M8

G0 Z.1

G94 G74 X0. Z-1.171 D0.1 L0.1 F3.

G0

Z2.

M9

X20. Z20.

M1

N8 T0909 (.250 BORE BAR)

G90 G94 G96 S100 M4 M42

/G0 X.305 Z.25

G1 X.305 Z.25 F300.

G95 S500

M8

G0 Z.05

G1 X.335 F.05

Z-.762 F.003

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.345 F.05

Z-.762 F.003

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.355 F.05

Z-.0349 F.003

Z-.035

Z-.762

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.365 F.05

Z-.0259 F.003

X.3609 Z-.0279

G2 X.355 Z-.035 L.01

G1 Z-.045

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.375 F.05

Z-.0209 F.003

X.3609 Z-.0279

G2 X.355 Z-.035 L.01

G1 Z-.0378

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.385 F.05

Z-.0159 F.003

X.3609 Z-.0279

G2 X.3568 Z-.0308 L.01

G1 X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.395 F.05

Z-.0109 F.003

X.3659 Z-.0254

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.405 F.05

Z-.0059 F.003

X.3759 Z-.0204

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.05

G1 X.415 F.05

Z-.0009 F.003

X.3859 Z-.0154

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.1101

X.3089

G1 X.4221 Z.0535 F.01

G3 X.425 Z.05 L.005

G1 Z.0041 F.003

X.3959 Z-.0104

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.1101

X.3189

G1 X.4321 Z.0535 F.01

G3 X.435 Z.05 L.005

G1 Z.0087 F.003

G2 X.4309 Z.0071 L.01

G1 X.4059 Z-.0054

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.0751

X.3389

G1 X.4521 Z.0185 F.01

G3 X.445 Z.01 L.005

G2 X.4309 Z.0071 L.01 F.003

G1 X.4159 Z-.0004

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.0701

X.3289

G1 X.4421 Z.0135 F.01

G3 X.445 Z.01 L.005

G1 Z0. F.003

X.375 Z-.035

Z-.762

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.25

M9

X20. Z20.

M1

N10 T0202 (FINISH TURN)

G90 G94 G96 S100 M3 M42

/G0 X4.02 Z.25

G1 X4.02 Z.25 F300.

G95 S500

M8

G0 X3.6111

Z-.412

G1 Z-.5804 F.05

X3.498 Z-.637

X3.49 F.005

Z-.4776

G2 X3.4785 Z-.4637 L.0196

G1 X3.4285 Z-.4387

G2 X3.4007 Z-.433 L.0196

G1 X1.133

Z-.0476

G2 X1.1215 Z-.0337 L.0196

G1 X1.0575 Z-.0017

G2 X1.0297 Z.004 L.0196

G1 X.4138

G2 X.4117 Z.004 L.0196

G1 X.2417 Z-.0005

X.3548 Z.0561 F.05

G0 X3.6031

Z-.4199

G1 Z-.5804 F.05

X3.49 Z-.637

X3.482 F.005

Z-.4776

G2 X3.4728 Z-.4666 L.0156

G1 X3.4228 Z-.4416

G2 X3.4007 Z-.437 L.0156

G1 X1.125

Z-.0476

G2 X1.1158 Z-.0366 L.0156

G1 X1.0518 Z-.0046

G2 X1.0297 Z0. L.0156

G1 X.4138

G2 X.4121 Z0. L.0156

G1 X.2421 Z-.0045

X.3553 Z.0521 F.05

Z.0786

G0 Z.25

X4.02

M9

X20. Z20.

M1

N12 T0909 (.250 CBB)

G90 G94 G96 S100 M4 M42

/G0 X.305 Z.25

G1 X.305 Z.25 F300.

G95 S500

M8

G0 Z.0636

X.3313

G1 X.4444 Z.0071 F.01

G3 X.4444 Z0. L.005

G1 X.3747 Z-.0349 F.003

X.3746 Z-.035

Z-.737

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.0636

X.3316

G1 X.4447 Z.0071 F.01

G3 X.4447 Z0. L.005

G1 X.3749 Z-.0349 F.003

X.3748 Z-.035

Z-.737

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.0636

X.3319

G1 X.445 Z.0071 F.01

G3 X.445 Z0. L.005

G1 X.375 Z-.035 F.003

Z-.737

X.305 F.05

G0 Z.25

M9

G90 G0 X20. Z20.

M2

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01-20-2022
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Hi, would it be possible to have this post to try it out?

I have an OKUMA osp7000L

thanks

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Hey Matt,

Attached is the post that I use for our Okuma 2 axis lathes. (OSP502OL and OSP700L controllers). I find the post to be pretty solid with the following

exceptions:

* Deep Drilling works but Chip Break does not.

* Cutting threads needs work, I usually have to change the code by hand.

* I have changed to using “High Feed”. I do small run items so I wanted a “Set-Up Safety” , I can control the tool approach by the feed nob.

The post is not perfect, but by far better than the one that AD has on their website, last I checked. One last thing, PLEASE test , use this at YOUR OWN RISK.

If you have any questions feel free to ask and I will try and help.

-robert

Attached is the post that I use for our Okuma 2 axis lathes. (OSP502OL and OSP700L controllers). I find the post to be pretty solid with the following

exceptions:

* Deep Drilling works but Chip Break does not.

* Cutting threads needs work, I usually have to change the code by hand.

* I have changed to using “High Feed”. I do small run items so I wanted a “Set-Up Safety” , I can control the tool approach by the feed nob.

The post is not perfect, but by far better than the one that AD has on their website, last I checked. One last thing, PLEASE test , use this at YOUR OWN RISK.

If you have any questions feel free to ask and I will try and help.

-robert

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Yes, where can i find the post processor you used for the program you wrote (i use Fusion 360)

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Matt,

The “post” that wrote that sample NC program was the one that I sent you yesterday. Where you able to download it?.

I keep asking because one of the emails I sent you yesterday came back to me “undeliverable” had the post attached.

If you were able to download the attached post , you will need to put it in the “folder” that Fusion uses when you go to “post a program”.

Do you know how to do that?

-robert

The “post” that wrote that sample NC program was the one that I sent you yesterday. Where you able to download it?.

I keep asking because one of the emails I sent you yesterday came back to me “undeliverable” had the post attached.

If you were able to download the attached post , you will need to put it in the “folder” that Fusion uses when you go to “post a program”.

Do you know how to do that?

-robert

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I have not received any attachments

try to send it to me at the email -> tecnico@pesaventodario.it

A thousand thanks

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Matt,

I just sent you the post to the [cid:image002.png@01D80E93.DE4D5120]

It came back undeliverable…. See below.

Do you have another email address to try?

-robert

[cid:image001.png@01D80E93.671DD7A0]

I just sent you the post to the [cid:image002.png@01D80E93.DE4D5120]

It came back undeliverable…. See below.

Do you have another email address to try?

-robert

[cid:image001.png@01D80E93.671DD7A0]

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can i have the download for your post? I have a couple of 2 axis okumas that could benefit from that post. Many thanks!

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Attached is the Okuma Lathe Post that I use for our OSP5020L and our OSP700L 2 axis Lathes for Fusion360. For the most part it works quite well, however

there are a few issues:

1. Chip Breaking in Drilling doesn't work, but Deep Drilling does.

2. Threading does not seem to output the correct values.

I also have the post set to High Feed (not rapids) when the Machine does a tool change and approaches the part. I do short runs, usually under 10 pcs so I built that into the post

to help with the tool approach, that is your feed knob will control how fast the tool approaches the part. I find it works well.

And one Last important thing. You use it at your OWN RISK. You test it out to make sure it works before you trust it.

-robert

there are a few issues:

1. Chip Breaking in Drilling doesn't work, but Deep Drilling does.

2. Threading does not seem to output the correct values.

I also have the post set to High Feed (not rapids) when the Machine does a tool change and approaches the part. I do short runs, usually under 10 pcs so I built that into the post

to help with the tool approach, that is your feed knob will control how fast the tool approaches the part. I find it works well.

And one Last important thing. You use it at your OWN RISK. You test it out to make sure it works before you trust it.

-robert

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Hello Robert, Thanks for your info here. I have an older 2 axis single turret okuma with OSP5000 L-G control. Could you send me The Post you have altered. I would like to give it a try. I just got this machine talking to my computer last night. I tried the okuma post from AD. but i'm getting an alarm on a G180 line I think? when I run the program it stopes with the " up arrow " on G80 line and " > " on G180 line.

Thank you, Scott

scottshonda@yahoo.com

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Hi,

The attached Okuma Post works with the Okuma Cadet/Crown 2 axis CNC Lathes (OSP5020L & OSP700L Controls).

Currently Not working in the post:

1. Chip breaking for drilling: although Deep Drilling works fine.

2. Threading Cycle. Couldn’t get it to work, I do very little single point, so when I do I just hand tweak the Posted NC Code that Fusion Outputs.

A couple of other things to note:

I have disabled the 1st Rapid move that the tool makes, that is tool approach. I replaced the rapid with a high feed rate so I can control the tool approach with the feed nob. Since I do

very small “runs” usually less than 10 pcs ( I work in a plastic injection mold tool room) I have found the “feed approach” helps saves on "crashes" when doing a set up. The tool returns

to tool change position at a rapid rate.

I have been using the post for years and it seems to be stable. I have used it for all turning cycles, drilling (except what is noted above) boring, cut off, ect.

Just keep in mind, you use it at your own risk !

-robert

PS. Let me know if it works for you.

The attached Okuma Post works with the Okuma Cadet/Crown 2 axis CNC Lathes (OSP5020L & OSP700L Controls).

Currently Not working in the post:

1. Chip breaking for drilling: although Deep Drilling works fine.

2. Threading Cycle. Couldn’t get it to work, I do very little single point, so when I do I just hand tweak the Posted NC Code that Fusion Outputs.

A couple of other things to note:

I have disabled the 1st Rapid move that the tool makes, that is tool approach. I replaced the rapid with a high feed rate so I can control the tool approach with the feed nob. Since I do

very small “runs” usually less than 10 pcs ( I work in a plastic injection mold tool room) I have found the “feed approach” helps saves on "crashes" when doing a set up. The tool returns

to tool change position at a rapid rate.

I have been using the post for years and it seems to be stable. I have used it for all turning cycles, drilling (except what is noted above) boring, cut off, ect.

Just keep in mind, you use it at your own risk !

-robert

PS. Let me know if it works for you.

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Hello Robert,

Thanks for your quick reply. Where can I find the link or attachment? Im not seeing it here or the email I received? Sorry. I think one of the previous posts had the same problem?

Thanks again, Your help is greatly appreciated!

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Hi Robert,

Could I also get your post? I would love to try it out! Thanks!

Shawn

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