Duplomatic BSV N 160 Werkzeugwechsler / Turret

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28 Nov 2020 11:41 #190507 by Aciera
I don't know if the pocket number has to be unique but I don't think so. Maybe just give it a try. Define two tools with different numbers but the same pocket number.

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28 Nov 2020 18:44 #190539 by Gommiswald
Hello
It is so. LinuxCNC doesn't accept in the toollibrary different tools in same pocket.

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30 Nov 2020 21:54 #190718 by Todd Zuercher
You can't have more than one tool using the same pocket. But what you can do is have your 30 tools loaded up and saved in the tool table and merely change the pocket numbers for the tools you actually have loaded into the machine for each program. You'll be limited to only using 8 auto changing tools in a single program, but you could possibly configure using more with manual changes for the additional ones. (Not exactly sure how to configure that.)

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01 Dec 2020 05:01 - 01 Dec 2020 07:14 #190740 by Aciera
So another idea might be to call for the same tool and thus same pocket but load the offsets of the actual tool you want.

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Another thing: Since this is a lathe turret, does the comp not handle tool positions larger than 8? Meaning if you command a position, say 10, the turret moves to position #2?
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09 Jun 2021 04:49 #211586 by Ingo
Hi guys, I was reading, looking for something about the model of my Turret (BSA 200 12/20), but as I'm nob here I'm suffering a lot..., actually I was very confused. First of all, I don't know if I can take this model from you because you are different. Another thing, my 12-position turret, I use the inputs, Bit1,2,4 and 8 I know it also has Parity and stroby (I don't know what it's for, how do you use it), it still has over temperature, index and locked... ., how I use all this, could someone clarify me, show me the way, because I'm using 7i76E and a 7i84 daughter (including all turret entries are on it).

Thank you very much

Ingo
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11 Jun 2021 14:19 #211808 by andypugh
"Strobe" is used to indicate that all the position signals will have settled and can be trusted.
"Parity" is a check that all the signals are working properly. (It basically will show a 1 if an odd number of sensors _should_ be triggered and 0 if its an even number. By comparing the parity pin and the actual pins you can check the sensors.

The HAL "carousel" module can handle all this.

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