FANUC 3T MANUAL PDF

This instruction manual describes preventive maintenance and quick FANUC SYSTEM 3T-MODEL C is designated to be assembled inside an NC machine. Fanuc System 3T-Model D Operator’s Manual(BE 02) – Free download as PDF File .pdf) or read online for free. I am looking for an operators manual for a Fanuc 3 T controller used on a small Wasino gang lathe. Any help would be appreciated. Going to.

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Look’s like you have a Hydro unit I don’t have for the draw bar. Imagination will take you everywhere.

It’s taken about 6 months to get it fully operational, and now I’m ready to make its first cuts manuap it was torn apart and rebuilt. Anybody has any idea what that means? Somewere Fznuc have littutaure on gang tooling from a local dealer for now I mounted a Quick change tool post on the slide with a riser plate ok for short run’s with few tool’s Keep up th good work You can contact me ktaylor earthlink.

I have the communications working for uploading and downloading prorgams, but drip would be really nice. Is there are process mmanual set either the work offset or tool offset as relative to the absolute zero instead of the “random” zero? I have a “random” zero which is wherever the table was on power-up.

Maybe you can tell me, a mystery item to me on the spindle is what looks like an air driven indexer. Zero return the machine, then on the position page X[origin] Z[origin] to zero the position readout. Same goes for the DC spindle.

So my question probably should be. In any event, it seems to be new enough to support tool offsets. I’m using basic G-code group A and the very basic M mankal to try to program this thing. Tsugami Resto Great looking job. I worked a 3T many years ago. Cold and snow now so inside work will maybe get cought up Good luck Kevin. There are some advanced tricks to avoid re-setting G50’s for each job but start with this simple method first.

I just got everything moving, now I have to buy all the long-term maintenance bits Tha thing look’s like a shot pin to lock the slindel to suport a barfeed or maybe index for live tooling work I have tryed to call out index on mine with no luck but the param. Fanuc paramater’s yaddatrance I should be able to help with paramater list I will dig up my book’s and look.

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Zero return XZ axis. Let me know if I can help with what documation I have. Helwig Carbon are a source of brushes, BTW. One last question, am I crazy for thinking of adding a C-axis to this machine?

If you don’t have the manual and can’t get your machine working with those other parameters let me know and I’ll scan the parameter descriptions and settings pages from my manual 15 pages.

Did have to realign the axis ballscrews and retune the servos. The first thing I did when I got it home was power it on to see if the parameters were still intact. It also lets you see the program as its running through it. A PM conversation with memoryman is giving me hope. Did you do a number on the DC servo’s?

Fanuc 3t Manuals

Another thing that originally threw me for a loop was fanuuc the X axis was specified in diameter. For anyone else in the future who has the same question, I took fordav11’s solution and implemented it like this.

It started with the spindle seeming to pull down and then fault out I could reset then the same I noticed that the load meater was going nut’s and I already had a noise to address in the motor I changed the bearing and dresed up the electrical conection’s inside and checked the tac pick up I wasen’t the first one to be inside it. I need the parameter list to get the machine working.

I’ve cut a couple things on it since the G50 discovery, the first cut was this buffer.

Need help understanding “zero” on a Fanuc 3T.

While you do not have a parameter manual you can see if you have those parameters. Last edited by Kevin Taylor; at The time now is I’m wishing Faunc had more info on these older units. Anybody know if thats an option you can add afterwards?

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Need help understanding “zero” on a Fanuc 3T. Tags for this Threadmachining centerssinceuseful.

Is that even possible on a 3T control? Machine Controllers Software and Solutions. When I power the machine on, it sets zero as where-ever the table currently sits. It has a kitagawa actuator and I just barely see a company logo that begins with M on the spindle housing. Originally Posted by fordav The parameter descriptions are in the back of a Fanuc System 3T operator manuak.

I’m Sorry Tanuc haven’t been helpful on a parameter list I Have a maintenance manual and I’m Still trying to find time to fix spindle t3 on my machine I bought a extra PCB around the first of the year and it got here damaged but It will make a core at least I Have a complete servo drive new in the box for the XorZ of this machine. And that zero is relative to the location of the table at poweron, not relative to the absolute machine zero.

How do I make sure my tool offsets are correct the second time I power-on on a lathe? From my admittedly limited understanding, I fnuc the absolute zero which I can tweak with gridshift offsets, but does not seem to be used for anything except G28, e.

Now I just need to figure out if there’s any way to set DNC on this machine First If you can 3g more pic’s, How Deep did you go into the mechinacal of the Lathe Bearing’s and such I have machine of the same model I have maintnace manual’s and programing with paramiter list’s If I can Help at pressent mine is down with a spindel drive issue I have Igbat’s to replace and have so far replaced one the local frelance Fanuc tec told me that the top one was the most likley to be the fanuf dead but no change in symptom’s after changing it will move on and test as I change to hopefuly find the proublem.

So if the table moves 1″, the readout said 2″.

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