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FS: BostoMatic 400 Series Vertical Machining Center, 48" x 14" Table, NUM CNC

Recent forum posts - Thu, 12/29/2016 - 13:25
This BostoMatic 415-3 Machining Center has been recently retrofitted with a NUM Power Series control and new axis drives and motors. We have (2) BostoMatic 400 Series machining centers available.


Specifications:
Table Dimensions 48" x 14"
Max weight on table 750 lbs
X-Axis Travel (Inches) 20
Y-Axis Travel (Inches) 14
Z-Axis Travel (Inches) 16
Spindle Taper (main spindle) CAT #40
Spindle Speed (main spindle) 125 - 5,000 RPM
Spindle Taper (high-speed spindle) CAT #20
Spindle Speed (high-speed spindle) 40,000 RPM
CNC Control (Retrofitted) NUM 10xx Power Series


If interested, please contact us at 317-662-0185 or nathan.petry@machinetoolproducts.com for more information.



Pictures Link: BostoMatic 4 Series Vertical Machining Center, 48" x 14" Table, NUM CNC - MachineToolProducts.com

student

Recent forum posts - Tue, 12/27/2016 - 05:34
HELLO everyone i am in need of VCNC software if anybody in here can help me please don't hesitate

puma 240m fanuc21i-tb hellp !!!

Recent forum posts - Thu, 12/22/2016 - 04:59
So i need the plc pasword
Please help me !

MAZAK Integrex e-410i turn-mill G43 need help

Recent forum posts - Tue, 12/20/2016 - 09:30
Hello
I have got a MAZAK Integrex e-410i turn-mill machine. I try to use a milling tool to mill at B0.0 and at B90.0 deg.
I program with EIA/ISO code via Post Processor made by myself. I load the tool , place G43 by the book but the machine does not follow the correct toolpath. Missing the pivot point distance I think. Must turn the Zaxis to Xaxis distance (pivot dist plus Tool height).The output points are correct (tested with vericut).
The machine has two chucks ( C axis left and right) and one spindle (B axis 0-180 deg).
The spindle must stand above the part on vertical orientation but goes 250 mm approx on the right and 250 mm+tool height down. Does NOT calculate the tool tip shifted.
That's the code
N7 G90 G00 G40 G80
N8 G54 G21

N9 (MSDF ..........)

N10 (PN 7114788 )

N11 (MILLING MODE )

N12 M108 (UNCLAMP B AXIS)

N13 M205

N14 M09

N15 (END OF TOOL)

N16 (========== TOOL CHANGE ==========)

N17 (DESC : T8 END MILL D 8 SHARP)

N18 (COMMENT : )

N19 (=================================)

N20 (=== START MILLING ===)

N21 G90 G0 G40 G80

N22 T8 M6

N23 M108 (UNCLAMP B AXIS)

N24 G90 G0 B90.00 first turn B 90 deg

N25 G54 set the workpiece origin

N26 M200 (MILLING MODE)

N27 G43 X50. Y0.0 Z8.5 H8 I think here is the problem....G43

N28 S8000 M3

N29 M08

N30 (OPER NAME : PROFILE CONTOURING.15)

N31 G00 X50. Y-8.25 Z8.5 C0.

N32 G00 X3.95

N33 G01 G94 Y-5.25 F1500.

Does anybody know about ? What I miss ?

MillPWR Help

Recent forum posts - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:30
Morning all. Well, things have been going well and I was just informed by 2 customers that quantities are about to increase when...kaput. I was in the middle of a cut and my x feed just stopped and I got an alarm that my table stop had been depressed. I checked to be sure and it was not so I backed everything away and re-booted the machine and was prompted to "press F1 to continue". So I plugged in my keyboard and did so. Upon hitting F1 the control makes it to the Acu-Rite logo screen and says "initializing. Please wait" but it is giving me an error code of 4 beeps pause 1 beep pause one beep, then repeat and won't go any further. Does anyone know what this code is? I was in a pretty heavy cut. Could I have popped a fuse? Where might it be? How can I test the servo motor? Could I have heated up a board and fried it? Any help would be great!

ooya re-1m 4th axis

Recent forum posts - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 15:30
hello
need help with ooya fanuc control 6m ,i want to disable the 4th axis, is there a parameter to change or is it more diffacult than that ,been looking at the maintenance manual parameter list didn't see anything . thanks ron f

Crash

Recent forum posts - Thu, 12/01/2016 - 07:19
What do you guys recommend doing after you have a crash on a cnc machine?
Vertical mill 4 and 5 axis?
Horizontal mill 4 and 5 axis?
Just curious if there is any standard checks to do on the machine after a crash

Linking cnc with laptop

Recent forum posts - Fri, 11/25/2016 - 06:42
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY10zIMaCmI you can check this video if it is useful for you.

safety door interlocks

Recent forum posts - Fri, 11/25/2016 - 06:40
yes you are right friend.

Need some Lathe Cnc programming help

Recent forum posts - Thu, 11/24/2016 - 06:24
you can get more knowledge about lathe machines form this website http://www.machinedock.net/

OKK MCH-600, Fanuc 16M: 309 APC Alarm : B axis ZRN IMPOSSIBL

Recent forum posts - Fri, 11/18/2016 - 12:02
Glad you were able to get this going and thanks for posting how you resolved this issue. Cheers!!

"020 error over radius tolerance.

Recent forum posts - Thu, 11/10/2016 - 14:16
i make programs for the VTEC FANUC i Series:

my shop has always done straight line grooves with either 1/4 up to 3/4" end mills and and lots of drilling.

we are trying to start cutting out a groove in the existing holes, with a t slot bit.

in order to do this we need to make a linear and circular interpulation, which is either a G3 or G2 ,Well when i set my tool paths , evrything looks good, when i do the simulation, but when i go to run the program. the only thing that the program reads is the linear path the it tells me i have an error. i need help with the settings, if anyone could help me out this would really help.

clearing 300 APC Alarm : B axis need ZRN

Recent forum posts - Thu, 11/10/2016 - 10:18
Agreed, the B axis need to turn a bit to let the servo Drive / CNC recognize the Absolute Encoder in it, when we have the Battery changed. But what to do when the B is not rotating by any means (even after the Table is unclamped; M11), such as Jog, handwheel or even by trying to Move in ref. mode itself? I am trying to find out what could be the reason, the B axis don't rotate!(all the other axis are fine, able to establish their zero point.) Strange, what interlock, B axis is stumbled with? This issue is seen on a OKK Horizontal Mill, after replacing the dead battery. Do we need to remove the B motor from the machine and rotate its shaft by hand to let the servo Drive / CNC recognize the Absolute Encoder in it so that we can try the B rotation using the CNC later? We are stuck with this issue now..

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