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tool change mid job error

Postby Thomas strembitsky » Fri, Oct 07 2016, 10:58AM

I was changing tools mid job using the built in functionality and after the tool was put in the basket and we confirmed the diameter we got this error message (look at picture) any thoughts on what happened?
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Re: tool change mid job error

Postby Chris Vokes » Tue, Oct 11 2016, 10:32AM

M60L# Input. Halts program execution until outside circuit is either open or closed. Maximum of four circuits per block of code. May inspect one input circuit at a time. Closed circuit could be M60L2. Open circuit could be M60L-2 at TTL level.

Firstly I would turn it off and then turn it on again.

Then try the program again.

If that doesnt work check your I/O settings to see what input 60 is setup as on your controller. Sounds like the code is calling input 60 but the input is not set up correctly.

My gut says it's just a bug that can be fixed by powering off the machine though. That input is used often in automatically generated g code

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Re: tool change mid job error

Postby Thomas strembitsky » Wed, Oct 12 2016, 11:12AM

it doesn't look like input 60 is assigned to anything.... how would I go about correcting this?
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6400 @ 2.70GHz 8.00 GB RAM
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