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Table of Contents
Before You Begin
Before You Begin 1
Measurement Values Used in this Manual . 2
List of Associated Publications . 3
Warnings, Cautions and Notes . 3
Software Kit . 4
Renishaw Customer Services . 4
Calling a Renishaw Subsidiary Office . 4
Chapter 1 – Installing Hardware and Software
1.1 Introduction 1-3
1.2 Desirable Control Options . 1-4
1.3 Installing the Tool Setting Software for Machining Centres . 1-5
1.4 Installing the Inspection Plus Software 1-11
1.5 Testing the Installation . 1-13
1.6 Input Voltage and Supply . 1-14
Chapter 2 – Calibrating the Probe
2.1 Calibrating a Tool Setting Probe 2-3
2.2 Calibrating a Measuring Probe
Chapter 3 – Fanuc Connection Diagrams
3.1 TS20 Retrofit Tool Setting Connection to Fanuc Skip . 3-4
3.2 Connection to Automatic Tool Offset (XAE, ZAE) . 3-5
3.3 MI 8 Interface – Skip Signal 24V Common 3-6
3.4 MI 8 Interface – Skip Signal 0V Common 3-7
3.5 MI 5 Interface Outputs . 3-8
3.6 MI 5 Interface . 3-9
3.7 MI 5 Interface – Skip Signal 24V Common (Retrofit Inductive) . 3-10
3.8 MI 5 Interface – Skip Signal 0V Common (Retrofit Inductive) . 3-11
3.9 MI 5 Interface – Skip Signal 24V Common (Retrofit Hard Wired) . 3-12
3.10 MI 5 Interface – Skip Signal 0V Common (Retrofit Hard Wired) . 3-13
3.11 MI 5 Interface – Skip Signal 24V Common (Retrofit Inductive and
Hard Wired) 3-14
3.12 MI 5 Interface – Skip Signal 0V Common (Retrofit Inductive and
Hard Wired) 3-16
3.13 MP11 Probe Connections 3-18
3.14 MI 12 Switch Settings 3-20
3.15 MI 12 Interface – Skip Signal 24V Common (Retrofit Optical –
Machine Start) 3-21
3.16 MI 12 Interface – Skip Signal 0V Common (Retrofit Optical – Machine Start) 3-22
3.17 MI 12 Interface – Skip Signal 24V Common (Retrofit Optical – Auto Start) 3-23
3.18 MI 12 Interface – Skip Signal 0V Common (Retrofit Optical – Auto Start) 3-24
3.19 MI 14 Interface – Skip Signal 24V Common (Retrofit) 3-25
3.20 MI 14 Interface – Skip Signal 0V Common (Retrofit) 3-27
3.21 Outputs from O-M-I 3-29
3.22 O-M-I Switches SW1, SW2 and Start Input . 3-31
3.23 O-M-I – 0V and 24V Common Skip Signals using Retrofit Software Only 3-33
3.24 O-M-I Output Waveforms 3-34
Appendix
Using Multi-Channel Skip Option – G31.1, G31.2, G31.3 or G31.4. 3-36
Using ‘M’ Codes . 3-37
Manual Selection . 3-37
High Speed Skip 3-38
Printer Interface Notes . 3-39Manual No. H-2000-6040
Contents
iii
Chapter 4 – Fanuc Diagnostic and Location Chart and High Speed
Skip
4.1 Diagnostic and Location Chart . 4-2
4.2 I/O Unit . 4-6
4.3 High Speed Skip 10-11-12-15M/T 4-6
4.4 High Speed Skip 0 M/T (C Series) . 4-7
4.5 High Speed Skip Fanuc 16 and 18 M/T 4-8
Chapter 5 – Fanuc Machine Parameters
5.1 Parameters 5-2
5.2 Parameters for G Codes 0-6-10-111-12-15 M/T . 5-2
5.3 Parameters for 0 M/T . 5-6
5.4 Appendix – Setting Parameters for RS-232 Port (0 M/T) 5-12
5.5 Parameters for 6 M/T . 5-18
5.7 Appendix – Setting Parameters for RS-232 Port (6 M/T) 5-22
5.8 Parameters for 10-11-12-15 M/T . 5-27
5.9 Additional Parameters for 15 M/T Series Only 5-34
5.10 Parameters Related to Multi-Channel Skip 10-11-12-15 M/T . 5-36
5.11 Appendix – Setting Parameters for RS-232 Port (10-11-12-15 M/T) 5-39
5.12 Parameters for 16-18 M/T 5-43
5.13 Appendix – Setting Parameters for RS-232 Port (16-18 M/T) . 5-47
Chapter 6 – Fanuc Software Installation
6.1 Software Installation 6-2
6.2 Loading Software 0 M/T . 6-3
6.3 Loading Software 16-18 M/T . 6-5
6.4 Notes Prior to Use . 6-6
6.5 Fanuc Diagnostics for Skip – Retrofit Packages . 6-8
6.6 Checking Fast Feed Rates 6-9
6.7 Basic Move Factor – Retrofit Cycle . 6-12Manual No. H-2000-6040
Contents
iv
Chapter 7 – Yasnac Installation
7.1 General 7-3
7.2 Hardware Installation . 7-3
7.3 M1 12 Interface to Yasnac MX3 Control – Skip Signal 24V Common
(OEM Optical) . 7-7
7.4 MI 12 Interface to Yasnac MX3 Control – Skip Signal 24V Common
(Retrofit Optical) 7-9
7.5 MI 12 Interface to Yasnac MX2 Control – Skip Signal 0V Common
(Retrofit Optical) 7-10
7.6 Parameters 7-11
7.7 Parameters for G and M Code Call . 7-16
7.8 Setting Data for RS-232 . 7-18
7.9 M80 Parameter List . 7-25
7.10 MI 12 Interface to Yasnac/Matsuura M80 Control – Skip Signal
24V Common 7-27
Chapter 8 – Mazak Installation
8.1 MI 12 Interface to Mazatrol CAM M2 Control 8-3
8.2 MI 12 Interface on Mazatrol M32 – Connector CN200 8-4
8.3 MI 12 Interface on Mazatrol M32 – Connector X3330 . 8-5
8.4 MI 12 Interface on Mazatrol T-Plus Control (Y-Axis Machines Only) 8-6
8.5 MI 12 Interface on Mazatrol T-Plus Control and T32 without Y-Axis . 8-7
8.6 MI 12 Interface on Mazatrol M32B Amber Control (Mazak Connection
for MI12) 8-8
8.7 Control Settings – Mazatrol . 8-9
8.8 Parameters – Mazatrol (M32) 8-12
8.9 Loading the Software . 8-13
Chapter 9 – Tosnuc 600M/800M Installation
9.1 MI 12 Interface Connection to Tosnuc 800M Control – Skip Signal 0V
Common . 9-2
9.2 MI 12 Interface Connection to Tosnuc 600M Control 9-4Manual No. H-2000-6040
Contents
v
Chapter 10 – Sharnoa Tiger 5 Installation
10.1 MI 12 Interface Connection – Skip Signal 24V Common 10-2
Chapter 11 – Meldas Installation
11.1 Meldas Diagnostic and Location Chart 11-2
11.2 Meldas Loading Software M3 11-4
11.3 Meldas Control Parameters (M3, M310, M320, M330, M335, M520) . 11-6
Chapter 12 – Fadal CNC 88/32MP Installation
12.1 MI 12 Interface to Fadal CNC 88 Control 12-2
12.2 MI 12 Interface to Fadal CNC 88 Control (Twin Probing System) . 12-3
Chapter 13 – Okuma Machining Centres Installation
13.1 MI 12 Interface to Okuma Control 13-2
13.2 Okuma SVP IID Board DIP Switch Settings 13-3
Glossary
Glossary of Terms –
Abbreviations and
Definitions
Definitions of many of the terms used are provided here to assist your
understanding of Renishaw probe systems software. Definitions of terms
associated with probing which may not have been used in this publication
are also included here.
ATAN calculation
This describes a User Transparent macro written by Renishaw to handle
the ATAN function in mathematical calculations.
User Transparent
Macros which are used by the software but which do not get called directly
by the user, i.e. they are for internal use by the software only.
BRDO
Ball Radius Directional Offsets. This is a term that is used to describe the
stored software compensations for the stylus ball radius. They are
determined during calibration of the probe.
Bore/Boss Measure
This is a Renishaw measuring cycle type definition.
Bore – is an internal-width feature measurement on a circle. Feature types
consist of holes or bores.
Boss – this is an external-width feature measurement on a circle. Feature
types consist of shafts, bosses, and spigots.Glossary of Terms
GLY–2 Manual No. H-2000-6040
Calibration
This is the method of establishing the probe trigger point compensations.
They include the probe and machine effects which the software must use
to correct the results.
C.W.
Clockwise
C.C.W.
Counter-clockwise.
Datum, Datuming
This is the method used to establish a part feature reference point which is
subsequently used for other measurement or machining operations. A
datum defines any co-ordinate value as a reference position.
DPRNT
This is a Fanuc control command. It outputs ASCII data to the RS-232 port
of the controller. It is used to output a part inspection report that is based
on probe results.
DTI
Dial Test Indicator. This instrument is traditionally used for aligning vices
and fixtures with respect to the machine axis.
Gauging Move
This describes the movement of the probe onto the surface with data
capture active, i.e. it is a measurement move.
IMM
Inductive Module Machine. Together with the IMP, it forms part of the
inductive transmission system that is used to transmit signals back to the
machine tool controller. The IMM is part of the inductive coupling and is
mounted on the machine. See also IMP.Glossary of Terms
Manual No. H-2000-6040 GLY–3
IMP
Inductive Module Probe. Together with the IMM, it forms part of the
inductive transmission system that is used to transmit signals back to the
machine tool controller. The IMP is part of the inductive coupling and is
mounted on the probe. See also IMM.
INHIBIT
This is a Renishaw interface input signal. It is used to either stop or inhibit
the transmission of the probe signal to the machine controller.
MDI
Manual Data Input. This is a commonly used term on Fanuc controllers
(and controllers that emulate the Fanuc). It means that operation of the
machine is determined by data that is entered through the keyboard.
MMS Menu Cycles
Mazatrol Monitoring System. This is a standard Mazak probe option unit
that is normally fitted as original equipment.
MI5 Interface
This is the Renishaw probe interface that is used to condition and control
the probe signal to the machine tool.
M19 Spindle Orientation
This is the machine manufacturer’s M-code function that instructs the
machine spindle to rotate and orientate to a fixed position.
Nominal Surface Position
This is the expected surface position, or theoretical position. When used in
relation to tolerances, it refers to the mid-position of the upper and lower
limit of the surface.
O-M-I
Optical Module Interface. This is a combined optical receiver and
machine interface unit that forms part of the Renishaw optical probe
transmission system. The unit is mounted either on the guarding or some
other suitable position where it is within the transmission envelope and
range of the probe.Glossary of Terms
GLY–4 Manual No. H-2000-6040
OMM
Optical Module Machine. This is part of the Renishaw optical probe
transmission system. The unit is mounted either on the guarding or some
other suitable position where it is within the transmission envelope and
range of the probe.
OMP
Optical Module Probe. This is part of the Renishaw optical probe
transmission system. The unit is mounted on the probe unit.
Optimisation Macro
This is part of the Renishaw software package. It is used to establish the
optimum fast feed rates for probing and the optimum back-off distance.
PCD
Pitch Circle Diameter. This is a commonly used British term to mean a
set of features placed in a circular pattern.
Probe Trigger Flag
This is a variable or diagnostic register which is set to a value when the
probe is triggered.
Protected Positioning
This is a means of moving the probe from place to place while the probe
trigger signal is monitored. In the event of an unexpected triggering signal,
the machine axis is halted to prevent damage to the probe stylus.
PTR
Paper Tape Reader. This is the machine’s interface which is used to load
the stored part programs. It is now largely superseded by the use of floppy
disk drives, external PCs, and the RS-232 serial interface.
RMM
Receiver Module Machine. This is part of the Renishaw radio probe
transmission system. The unit is mounted either on the guarding or some
other suitable position where it is within the transmission envelope and
range of the probe.Glossary of Terms
Manual No. H-2000-6040 GLY–5
RMP
Radio Module Probe. This is part of the Renishaw radio probe
transmission system. The unit is mounted on the probe.
SPC
Statistical Process Control. Some Renishaw software packages contain
a macro which uses a simple form of SPC to control tool offset update
corrections in closed loop machining.
Stylus
This is the probe tip assembly that is used to trigger the probe on the tool
during measurement.
SSR
Solid State Relay. The SSR Converter Terminal Block is a Renishaw
hardware unit which is used to convert the signal from a signal
conditioning module into an SRR output signal.
Tolerance Limits
These are the extreme upper and lower metal condition values from the
nominal surface position.
Vector Cycle, Vector Measure / Calibration
This is a probe move, which move one or more machine axes
simultaneously to approach the surface from the normal direction.
Vector Stylus Ball Radius Calibration
This is an extra set of probe stylus ball radius calibration values which
must be determined when using vector cycles. They are the probe
software compensation values required for probing in different directions.
Web Pocket Measure
This describes a Renishaw measuring cycle type definition.
Pocket – is an internal-width feature measurement. Feature types consist
of slots, pockets, and internal recesses.
Web – is an external-width feature measurement. Feature types consist of
blocks, plate widths, and upstanding keys.Glossary of Terms
GLY–6 Manual No. H-2000-6040
Work Zero Point
This is a similar concept to Datum. It defines where the work co-ordinate
system is set to zero. A datum can define any co-ordinate value as a
reference position.
Workpiece Datum
This can be any workpiece feature or co-ordinate, which is chosen as a
reference position


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