v135.1

Minor Versionm

Approved Quality Supervisor

by Max Fishman

Introduction

Qualifications:

  • Level 1 Safety Training
  • CNC Operation Training

PPE:

Please make sure you have the following PPE:

  • Gloves
  • Helmet
  • Safety Glasses
  1. Check that the probe system and connections to the equipment are each functioning correctly. Parts Required for this Step: 12133, 13131, 43121, 48382, 28392, 28210. Reminder: Make sure to remove the spindle before starting the process.
    • Check that the probe system and connections to the equipment are each functioning correctly.

    • Parts Required for this Step: 12133, 13131, 43121, 48382, 28392, 28210.

    • Reminder: Make sure to remove the spindle before starting the process.

    • Prior to beginning this procedure check to see if the fuse is dead. If the fuse is dead go here.

    • Note: View the Ring Gauge item page for more detailed part information.

    • Refer to the Wiring Diagram prior to starting step 4.

  2. In MDI, enter: M59 P1134. Hold the Work Probe within range of the OMI. Press and Hold CYCLE START.
    • In MDI, enter: M59 P1134.

    • Hold the Work Probe within range of the OMI. Press and Hold CYCLE START.

    • Gently depress the stylus, the control pendant will beep indicating the probe is activated.

    • View MSDS here

    • Contact Supervisor is there is a problem

  3. Test Indicator  accurate to 0.0005" or 0.013 mm Magnetic Base  to mount the Indicator Calibration Bar , generally consisting of a 1/2" or 12 mm gauge pin clamped in a collet style toolholder.
    • Test Indicator accurate to 0.0005" or 0.013 mm

    • Magnetic Base to mount the Indicator

    • Calibration Bar , generally consisting of a 1/2" or 12 mm gauge pin clamped in a collet style toolholder.

    • Ring Gauge typcally with a 2.000" or 50.000 mm bore.

    • Note: an accurately bored hole in a part or fixture can also be used in place of the Ring Gauge.

    • Rotate the probe by hand to check runout.

    • If runout exceeds 0.0005" or 0.013 mm, adjustment is required.

    • Enter the runout reading.

  4. Now enter the Spindle length. Use the value you wrote down in Step 1.
    • Now enter the Spindle length. Use the value you wrote down in Step 1.

    • Next, enter the runout reading previously noted in Step 4.

    • WARNING: THIS MUST BE A DIAMETER AND NOT A RADIUS MEASUREMENT.

    • This completes the calibration routine and the status box will display COMPLETED.

    • With the Work Probe runout set within specification and both Probes calibrated, the machine is ready to measure tools and work pieces using the WIPS probing routines.

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  5. Insert the Work Probe into the spindle. Place the magnetic base on the table and align the indicator tip to the probe's stylus. Jog the axes in 0.001 inch increments until the indicator touches the stylus.
    • Insert the Work Probe into the spindle.

    • Place the magnetic base on the table and align the indicator tip to the probe's stylus.

    • Jog the axes in 0.001 inch increments until the indicator touches the stylus.

    • With the indicator tip set against the stylus press E-STOP, so the probe isn’t accidentally ejected during adjustment.

    • Record calibration test results.

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