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Old 03-20-2012, 09:11 AM   #21
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IDK what kind of goofy machine you guys have in tech, but a M8 turns on coolant in every machine i've run.(M9 tuns it off) G54,55,56, ect. are usually work offsets in fanuc talk. I do see what you mean, I also went to a vocational school. Stay in school buddy, there are job opening out there.
I am not a cnc programmer and I even knew that. I suppose some odd ball oem could use whatever they want to turn on spindles, coolant etc. Not too much the old fanuc handy manuals don't tell ya.
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:33 AM   #22
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Haven't seen g56 used for a coolant on command either(usually used for your 3rd work/fixture offset). My experience with trade school/junior college MTT people over the last 35 years has been that they all want to learn to be programmers without becoming machinists. We had to complete a 4 year apprenticeship and do 2 years on nc/cnc before they'd let us even thing about programming. Suncoast is probably looking for someone a bit more advanced than defining Q values in a G83. M functions are generally used for turning on and off coolant, spindle on and off, tool change, etc and vary from tool builder to tool builder.
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:38 AM   #23
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They all have to try and reinvent the wheel. Instead of having a fanuc, the hardinge 1000 II I work on has a networked Siemens 810D. Its a POS. And uses 501-599 as work offsets. They all have to do something different to keep yo on your toes. Lol
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