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Engr. Cameron B.

Yao
Mr. Vincent Boy E. Manabat
Resource Speaker/s

OBJECTIVE
At the end of the course, the participants
shall be able to identify proven techniques,
principles, and strategies in establishing
Preventive Maintenance of a CNC machine.

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COURSE OUTLINE

Maintenance Concepts
Objective of Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance
Corrective Maintenance

Measures and Activities of Maintenance

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MAINTENANCE
A combination of action carried out on an item
to retain it in, or to restore it, to an acceptable
condition.
The management, control, execution and
quality of those activities which will ensure
that optimum levels of availability and overall
performance of plant are achieved in order
to meet business demands.
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OBJECTIVE OF MAINTENANCE

To keep up the planned availability


performance at the lowest cost and
within the safety prescriptions.

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MAINTENANCE

PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE
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CORRECTIVE
MAINTENANCE
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MAINTENANCE
Corrective
Maintenance
Unplanned

Preventive
Maintenance

Planned

Subjective
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Direct
(FTM)

Objective

Indirect
(CBM)

Continuous
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CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
Covers all maintenance which is carried out
in order to correct a fault in equipment
Corrective
Maintenance

Unplanned
Corrective
Maintenance
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Planned
Corrective
Maintenance
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CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
A maintenance method to improve the reliability
and maintainability of equipment by:
Taking a countermeasure for preventing is
recrudescence at the time of equipment
abnormality and failure;
Improving a section or parts to be considered
as the cause of failure;
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CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE

Improving the design which brings about poor


maintainability, and;
Modifying and improving the equipment where
a fundamental problem may be included in
the design.

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CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE

Unplanned Corrective or Breakdown Maintenance


Final or temporary repair of damage occurring
suddenly and unexpectedly

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CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
Planned Corrective Maintenance
Planned replacement of non-functioning parts
and installation of reconditioned or new parts.
Indirect preventive maintenance and condition
monitoring is the basis for planned
maintenance.
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BREAKDOWN MAINTENANCE
A maintenance method to repair the equipment
after occurrence of failure.
There are two methods:

where the countermeasure for emergency


failure is executed due to an incapability of
failure prediction
where employing the breakdown maintenance
as a policy since it is profitable to repair
after failure
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Remember on breakdown maintenance


Do nothing until machine breaks
Low cost until the first failure but after
the first failure, it becomes the most
expensive method.

Failure is the inability to perform the duty, either


totally or partially (e.g. at reduced rate, at poor
quality or with high energy consumption)
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CAUSES OF BREAKDOWN
Lack of effective maintenance
Design weaknesses

Incorrect operation
Lack of effective cleaning

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

Covers all programmed maintenance


which is carried out in order
to prevent the occurrence of failures,
to detect failures
before they develop to a breakdown,

or other disturbances in production.


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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

The principles upon which preventive maintenance


a.
b.
c.
d.

is based are:
Maintenance is cumulative
Evidence of developing failure may be found
Growth to failure takes time
Preventive maintenance is less costly.

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DIRECT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


The part we are concentrated to prevent the
occurrence of failure e.g. cleaning, lubrication,
programmed replacements.
Are controlled by time which can be calendar
time, operation time, number of kilometers
driven.
Since it is fixed in time, it is called Fixed Time
Maintenance (FTM).
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INDIRECT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


is done to find the failure in an early stage of
their development by measuring or inspection
and control the condition level.
Means that the condition will not directly be
influenced when such job is done.
Also called condition-based monitoring (CBM).
Is also controlled by time but it is controlling the
actual need of maintenance.
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USE YOUR FIVE SENSES


look
feel

smell

listen

taste

. plus the 6th


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WHAT MACHINE X SAYS TO HIS MASTER


I love you, Master, because you care for me.
Please wash my body and joints regularly
before I become dirty and feel itchy.
I will whisper to you when I feel uncomfortable.
So, please listen to me carefully and fix
me before I become seriously ill.
I like to work hard for you, master.
I also like to live a long life.
Master, Please understand me a bit more,
so that I can enjoy working with you.
Thank you for your kind consideration.
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Lubrication System for V40 CNC Machine


Oil Chart
OIL USAGE RECOMMENDATION
MOBIL

SHELL

ESSO

CASTROL

LUBRICATION
FOR
PNEUMATIC

RARUS 424

CORENA
S32

TERESSO
32

HYSPIN
VG32 /
PERFECTO
T32

AUTO
LUBRICATOR
SYSTEM

VACTRA 2

TONNA T68

FEBIS K68

MAGNA
BD68

SPINDLE OIL
COOLER
SYSTEM

VELOCITE
12

TURBO T32 SPINESSO


22

HYSPIN
VG32 /
PERFECTO
T32

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Lubrication System for V40 CNC Machine


Oil Chart
OIL USAGE RECOMMENDATION (contn)
HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM
GEAR OF
ROTARY
TABLE
SINDLE
MOTOR GEAR
BOC

MOBIL

SHELL

ESSO

CASTROL

DTE LIGHT

TELLUS 32

NUTO H32

HYSPIN
AWS32

MOBILGARD OMALA 150

SPARTAN
EP 150

ALPHA
SP150

DTE HEAVY
MEDIUM

NUTO H68

ALPHA SP68

TELLUS 68

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FILL UP LUBRICATION OIL


1.
2.
3.

4.

After opening the cap of oil inlet, fill up the clean


fresh oil till to the top line of high level.
The oil tank should always preserve clean lubricant.
In case of impurity remains in the oil tank, please
take the oil away and wash the tank, oil net
immediately. Then refill up new oil or it will fail the oil
feeding.
Adjust oil discharge by taking off the plastic cup and
three E type retainers first.

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FILL UP LUBRICATION OIL (contn)


Pull the rod up and down till the requirement volume
of discharge is up to the scale rod, then fix with the
E type retainers
6. It is necessary to refill up the lubricant oil if oil level
is below the lower line during operating.
Note:
5.

1.
2.
3.

The oil quantity will reduce gradually under normal application.


Be careful whether the motor is running normally or abnormally, if not,
contact the local agent or supplier.
The lubrication please use MOBIL VACTRA OIL No. 2 or SHELL OIL T68
or ESSO FEBISK68 or another brand of equivalence oil.

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SLIDEWAY LUBRICATION PUMP

It is the pump that feeds lubricating oil to the


X, Y and Z slideways and ball screws.
It is also called the cycle pump.
The pump operates for 30 s every 30 min
during automatic operation or every 32
minutes except during auttomatic operation.

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SLIDEWAY LUBRICATION PUMP


NOTE:
Before starting the machine when the machine

has not been used for a while (during holidays or


vacations), do not try to feed the axes immediately
after turning ON the power because the slideways
are not yet lubricated.
Use the LUBRICATION PUSH-BUTTON SWITCH

on the lubrication unit to feed lubricating oil to the


slideways (hold it for approx. 30 s and release it
for approx. 30 s).
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SLIDEWAY LUBRICATION PUMP


NOTE: (contn)
The pump feeds lubricating oil to the slideways
while the button switch is jeld down.

Repeat this procedure three (3) times to lubricate


the slideways.
Replenish the tank with the specified lubricating oil
as needed.
ALWAYS USE FRESH, CLEAN OIL and NEVER
REMOVE THE STRAINER WHEN REPLENISHING
THE TANK
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OIL-AIR LUBRICATION UNIT


Check the following precautions when
inspecting and cleaning the lubrication unit:
1.

Check the oil amount in the oil tank regularly.

Replenish the lubricating oil as needed.

Always keep the oil level higher than the red line on the
oil gauge.

Mixing different types of oil will cause sludge to clog the


piping run (therefore always use the same type of oil).

Also be careful not to allow foreign matter to enter the


tank when supplying lubricating oil.

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OIL-AIR LUBRICATION UNIT


2.

Check the pipes and pipe joints of the lubricating


system regularly for oil leaks. If oil leaking
through a pipe joint is found, tighten the joint.

3.

Change or clean the suction filter at least once a


year.

Use compressed air or washing oil to clean the suction


filter.

Never use thinner-based oil to clean the filter.

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OIL-AIR LUBRICATION UNIT


4. Check the inside of the tank for contamination.

If it is contaminated, clean it with KEROSENE or


NEUTRAL DETERGENT.

Never use volatile solvent


GASOLINE and TRICLENE.

such

as

THINNER,

5. The tank can be easily discounted by loosening


the screws on the both sides and sliding the
metal fittings.

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OIL-AIR LUBRICATION UNIT


Caution on operation:
1.

Fill the tank with the clean lubricating oil


specified.

Mixing different types of oil will cause sludge to clog


the piping run.

Also, be careful not to allow the foreign matters to


enter the tank.

Continuous no-load running without oil will damage the


unit.

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OIL-AIR LUBRICATION UNIT


2.

Alter piping, discharge the air. The air can be


easily discharged by pressing the manual
lubrication oil push-button as follows:

Fill the oil in the main pipe. Remove the pipe or plug at
the higher position and discharge the air.

Continue to discharge the air until the bubbles in the oil


are removed (Discharged the air from several spots as
needed).

When the bubbles in the oil are completely removed,


tighten the plug at the original position.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
When there is a drop in lubricating oil pump pressure
or an incorrect pressure on the display screen, an
error has occurred in the lubricating oil pressure. The
alarm number is specified below:
ALARM 557 (Low Pressure)
ALARM 558 (High Pressure)

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Possible causes for significant change in pressure and
the necessary actions are stated below.
Possible Causes

Action

1. Leak from pipe

Tighten or replace pipe

2. Faulty Pumps

Replace Pump

3. Operation Failure of relief


valve
a. Check the pressure gauge
and adjust pressure setting
a. Incorrect Setting
b. If the valve or valve seat is
b. Valve is not in contact with
scratched
or
damaged,
the seat correctly
correct of change it.
c. Clogged line filter
c. Remove foreign matter
4. Clogged Line Filter

Clean line filter

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TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTE:
While performing the above countermeasures, air
may enter into the lubricating oil pump.

If this air enters the distributor, CORRECT


LUBRICATION CANNOT BE CARRIED OUT.
At this point, cleaning method of the line filter and
air bleeding method from the distributor are
explained.

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HOW TO CLEAN THE LINE FILTER


1. Turn off the power
2. Loosen four cap bolts and remove the lower part of
the line filter. Support the lower part of the line filter
by hands not to fall it down when loosening the cap
bolts.

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HOW TO CLEAN THE LINE FILTER


3.

Take out the filter

4.

Clean the filter with


Kerosene

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HOW TO CLEAN THE LINE FILTER


5.

Apply compressed air


to the filter.

6.

Put in the filter

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HOW TO CLEAN THE LINE FILTER


7.

Mount the lower part of the line filter and tighten four
cap bolts.

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HOW TO DO AIR BLEEDING


1.

Turn off the power.

2.

Loosen the distributor oil plug using a spanner.


Apply a waste to the plug to catch the leaking oil.

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HOW TO DO AIR BLEEDING


3.

Turn ON the power.

4.

Press the push-button on the manual lubricating oil


distributor several times until air is completely bled.
The oil mixed with air bubble is discharged from the
distributor oil plug.

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HOW TO DO AIR BLEEDING


5.

After the oil mixed with air bubble is completely


discharged, tighten the distributor oil plug using a
spanner.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.

Before Power ON

Inspect if the power cable and external cable are


normally connected and the voltage capacity is
matched with the machines requirement.

Check if there is oil or coolant leakage on the


hydraulic or coolant pipes.

Check if there are enough oil for the hydraulic


unit, lubrication unit and coolant unit.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.

Before Power ON (contn)

Check if the pressure gauges of the hydraulic


unit and pneumatic unit were indicated to zero
position.

Check if the auto tool changer unit is at the


normal position.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.

After Power ON

Check if there is alarm message after the NC


power ON.

NC should be ready to execute the program.

All the running components should run at normal


condition without noise.

The pressure gauge for pneumatic system


should be at 6 kg/cm2 or 6 bars.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.

After Power ON (contn)

Auto lubricator should be actuated to pump oil with flow


setting 3 to 6 cc/cycle.

The lubricant should glow out to the slideways.

The wipers on the telescopic covers should be cleaned


from the ships

Test tool changing unit and make sure the unit can work
smoothly.

Warm up the machine 15 to 20 minutes to lubricate


slideways.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.

After Finishing Daily Work

Inspect the oil level of auto lubricator tank to refill


up, if it is necessary and is consumed.

If there is water or dirt in the tank, relieve and


change fresh oil.

Check level of coolant to refill up and flush the


coolant pump through with clean water if there
are impurities after use.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.

After Finishing Daily Work (Contn)

Replace the fan net of heat exchanger on


electrical cabinet.

Replace the element of filter on hydraulic tank or


other accessory parts.

Clean the electrical motor outside and turn off the


power at first.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.

After Finishing Daily Work (Contn)

Before cleaning the chip or dirt on the conduction


block of sensor and magnetic switch, turn off the
power.

Check the smooth function of all limit switches for


axes and clean the dirt or re-adjust the position, if
necessary.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


ANNUAL MAINTENANCE

Follow the same procedures as mentioned above


semiannual maintenance.

Replace the hydraulic oil and oil filter according


to the oil recommendation.

Replace the filter for auto lubricator and clean the


lubrication tank, coolant tank.

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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE


ANNUAL MAINTENANCE (contn)

Do not pour out the wasting oil or coolant liquid


casually. Id better remain in oil bucket
periodically and send to the authorities
concerned of shop wastes to deal with it.

Check and correct the geometric accuracy of the


machine.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

000

PLEASE TURN OFF


POWER

A parameter which requires the


power off was input, turn off
power.

001

TH PARITY ALARM

TH alarm ( A character with


incorrect parity was input). Correct
the tape.

002

TV PARITY ALARM

TV alarm (The number of


characters in a block is odd). This
alarm will be generated only when
the TV check is effective.

003

TOO MANY DIGITS

Data exceeding the maximum


allowable number of digits was
input. (refer to the item of max.
programmable dimensions.)

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

004

ADDRESS NOT FOUND

A numeral or the sign - was input


without an address at the
beginning of a block. Modify
Program

005

NO DATA AFTER
ADDRESS

The address was not followed by


the appropriate data but was
followed by another address or
EOB code. Modify program

006

ILLEGAL USE OF
NEGATIVE SIGN

Sign . input error (Sign - was


input after an address with which
it cannot be used. Or two or more
- signs were input.)

007

ILLEGAL USE OF
DECIMAL POINT

Decimal point - input error ( A


decimal point was input after an
address with which it can not be
used. Or two decimal points were
input.) Modify program

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

009

ILLEGAL ADDRESS
INPUT

Unusable character was input in


significant area. Modify Program

010

IMPROPOER G-CODE

An unusable G code or G code


corresponding to the function not
provided is specified. Modify
Program

011

NO FEEDRATE
COMMANDED

Feedrate was not commanded to


a cutting feed or the feedrate was
inadequate. Modify Program

014

CAN NOT COMMAND


G95

A synchronous feed is specified


without the option for threading /
synchronous feed.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

015

TOO MANY AXES


COMMANDED

The number of the commanded


axes exceeded that of
simultaneously controlled axes.

020

OVER TOLERANCE OF
RADIUS

In circular interpolation (G2/G3)


difference of the distance between
the start point and the center of an
arc and that between the end
point and the center of the arc
exceeded the value specified in
parameter No. 3410.

021

ILLEGAL PLANE AXIS


COMMANDED

An axis not included in


theselected plane (by using G17,
G18 and G19) was commanded in
circular interpolation. Modify
Program

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

022

NO CIRCULAR RADIUS

When circular interpolation is


specified, neither R (specifying an
arc radius), nor I, J and K
(specifying the distance from a
start point to the center) is
specified.

025

CANNOT COMMAND F0
in G2/G3

F0 (fast feed) was instructed by


F1- digit column feed in circular
interpolation. Modify Program.

027

NO AXES COMMANDED
IN G43/G44

No axis is specified in G43 and


G44 block for the tool length offset
type C. Offset is not cancelled but
another axis offset for the tool
length offset type C. Modify
Program

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

029

ILLEGAL OFFSET VALUE

The offset values specified by H


code is too large. Modify Program

030

ILLEGAL OFFSET
NUMBER

The offset number specified by


D/H code for tool length offset or
cutter compensation is too large.
Modify Program

031

ILLEGAL P COMMAND IN In setting an offset amount by


G10
G10, the offset number following
address P was excessive or it was
not specified. Alternatively, the
additional work coordinate number
to be specified in a P code was
too large. Modify Program

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

032

ILLEGAL OFFSET VALUE


IN G10

In setting an offset amount by G10


or in writing an offset amount by
system variables, the offset
amount was excessive.

033

NO SOLUTION AT CRC

A point intersection cannot be


determined for cutter
compensation C. Modify the
Program

034

NO CIRC ALLOWED IN
ST-UP/EXT BLK

The start up or cancel was going


to be performed in the G02 or G03
mode in cutter compensation C.
Modify the program.

036

CAN NOT COMMANDED


G31

Skip cutting (G31) was specified


in cutter compensation mode.
Modify the program.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

037

CAN NOT
CHANGE PLANE
IN CRC

G40 is commanded on the plane other


than offset plane in cutter compensation B.
The plane selected by using G17, G18 and
G19 is changed in cutter compensation C
mode. Modify the program.

038

INTERFERENCE
IN CIRCULAR
BLOCK

Overcutting will occur in cutter


compensation C because the arc start
point or end coincides with the arc center.
Modify the program.

041

INTERFERENCE
IN CRC

Overcutting will occur in cutter


compensation C. Two or more blocks are
consecutively specified in which functions
such as auxiliary function and dwell
functions are performed without movement
in the cutter compensation mode. Modify
the program.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

042

G45/G48 NOT ALLOWED


IN CRC

Tool offset (G45 to G48) is


commanded in cutter
compensation. Modify the
program.

044

G27-G30 NOT ALLOWED


IN FIXED CYC

One of G27 to G30 is commanded


in canned cycle mode. Modify the
program.

045

NO G COMMAND
(G73/G83)

A depth for each cutting (Q) is not


commanded in canned cycle G73
or G83. Alternatively, Q was
specified. Correct the program.

046

ILLEGAL REFERENCE
RETURN COMMAND

Other than P2, P3 and P4 are


commanded for 2nd , 3rd and 4th
reference position return
command.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

050

CHF/CNR NOT
Chamfering or corner R is commanded
ALLOWED IN THRD in the thread cutting block. Modify the
BLK
program.

051

MISSING MOVE
AFTER CHF/CNR

Improper movement or the move


distance was specified in the block next
to the chamfering or corner R block.
Modify the program.

052

CODE IS NOT G01


AFTER CHF/CNR

The block next to the chamfering or


corner R block is not G01, G02 or G03.
Modify the program.

053

TOO MANY
ADDRESS
COMMANDS

For systems without the arbitrary angle


chamfering and corner R cutting, a
comma was specified. For systems with
this feature, a comma was followed by
something other than R or C. Correct
the program.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

055

MISSING
MOVE VALUE
IN CHF/CNR

In the arbitrary angle chamfering or corner R


block, the move distance is less than
chamfer or corner R amount.

058

END POINT
NOT FOUND

In an arbitrary angle chamfering or corner R


cutting block, a specified axis is not in the
selected plane. Correct the program.

059

PROGRAM
NUMBER NOT
FOUND

In an external program number search or


external workpiece number search, a
specified program number was not found.
Otherwise, a program specified for searching
is being edited in background processing.
Otherwise, a program specified by an onetouch macro calls is not registered in
memory. Check the program number and
external signal or discontinue the
background editing.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

060

SEQUENCE
NUMBER NOT
FOUND

Commanded sequence number was not


found in the sequence number search.
Check the sequence number.

070

NO PROGRAM
SPACE IN
MEMORY

The memory are is insufficient. Delete


any unnecessary programs, then retry.

071

DATA NOT FOUND

The address to be searched was not


found or the program with specified
program number was not found in the
program number search. Check the data

072

TOO MANY
PROGRAMS

The number of programs to be stored


exceeded 63 (basic), 125 (option), 200
(option) or 400(option). Delete
unnecessary programs and execute
program registration again.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

073

PROGRAM
The commanded program number has
NUMBER ALREADY already been used. Change the program
IN USE
number or delete unnecessary
programs and execute program
registration again.

074

ILLEGAL
PROGRAM
NUMBER

The program number is other than 1 to


9999. Modify the program number.

075

PROTECT

An attempt was made to register a


program whose number was protected.

076

ADDRESS P NOT
DEFINED

Address P (program number) was not


commanded in the block which includes
an M98, G65 and G66 command.
Modify the program.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

077

SUB PROGRAM
NESTIN ERROR

The subprogram was called in five folds.


Modify the program

078

NUMBER NOT
FOUND

A program number or sequence number


which was specified by address P in the
block which includes an M98, M99, M65
or G66 was not found. The sequence
number specified by a GOTO statement
was not found. Otherwise, a called
program is being edited in background
processing. Correct the program.

079

PROGRAM VERIFY
ERROR

In memory or program collation, a


program in memory does not agree with
that read from an external I/O device.
Check both the programs in memory
and those from the external device.

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

080

G37 ARRIVAL
SIGNAL NOT
ASSERTED

081

OFFSET NUMBER
NOT FOUND IN
G37

Tool length automatic measurement


(G37) was specified without an H code.
(automatic tool length measurement
function) Modify the program.

082

H-CODE NOT
ALLOWED IN G37

H code and automatic tool


compensation (G37) were specified in
the same block (automatic tool length
measurement function). Modify the
program.

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Contents

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Programs Errors (Milling Siemens)


Number

Message

Contents

083

ILLEGAL AXIS
COMMAND IN G37

In automatic tool length measurement,


an invalid axis was specified or the
command is incremental. Modify the
program.

085

COMMUNICATION
ERROR

When entering data in the memory by


using reader/ puncher interface, an
overrun, parity or framing error was
generated. The number of bits of input
data or setting of baud rate or
specification No. of I/O unit is incorrect.

086

DR SIGNAL OFF

When entering data in the memory by


using reader/puncher interface, the
ready signal (DR) of reader/puncher
was

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Number

Message

Contents

087

BUFFER
OVERFLOW

When entering data in the memory by using


reader/puncher interface, though the read
terminate command is specified, input is not
interrupted after 10 characters read. I/O unit or
P.C.B. is defective.

090

REFERENCE The reference position return cannot be


RETURN
performed normally because the reference
INCOMPLETE position return start point is too close to the
reference position or the speed is too slow.
Separate the start point far enough from the
reference position, or specify a sufficiently fast
speed for reference position return.

091

REFERENCE In the automatic operation halt state, manual


RETURN
reference position return cannot be performed.
INCOMPLETE

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Number

Message

Contents

092

AXES NOT
ON THE
REFERENCE
POINT

The commanded axis by G27 (Reference


position return check) did not return to the
reference position.

094

P TYPE NOT
ALLOWED
(COORD
CHG)

P type cannot be specified when the program


is restarted. (After the automatic operation
was interrupted, the coordinate system setting
operation was performed). Perform the correct
operation according to the operators manual.

095

P TYPE NOT
ALLOWED
(EXT OFS
CHG)

P type cannot be specified when the program


is restarted. (After the automatic operation
was interrupted, the external workpiece offset
amount changed).

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Number

Message

Contents

096

P TYPE NOT
ALLOWED
(WRK OFS
CHG)

P type cannot be specified when the program


is restarted. (After the automatic operation
was interrupted, the workpiece off set amount
changed).

097

P TYPE NOT P type cannot be directed when the program is


ALLOWED
restarted. (After power ON, after emergency
(AUTO EXEC) stop or P/S alarm 94 to 97 were reset, no
automatic operation is performed) Perform
automatic operation.

098

G28 FOUND
IN
SEQUENCE
RETURN

A command of the program restart was


specified without the reference position return
operation after power ON or emergency stop,
and G28 was found during search. Perform
the reference position return.

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Number

Message

Contents

099

MDI EXEC NOT


ALLOWED AFT.
SEARCH

After completion of search in program


restart , a move command is given with
MDI.

100

PARAMETER
WRITE ENABLE

On the PARAMETER (SETTING) screen,


PWE (parameter writing enabled) is set to
1. Set it to 0, then reset the system.

101

PLEASE CLEAR
MEMORY

The power turned off while rewriting the


memory by program edit operation. If this
alarm has occurred, press <RESET> while
pressing <PROG> and only the program
being edited will be deleted. Register the
deleted program.

109

FORMAT ERROR A value other than 0 or 1 was specified


IN G08
after P in the G08 code, or no value was
specified.

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Number

Message

Contents

110

DATA
OVERFLOW

The absolute value of fixed decimal point


display data exceeds the allowable range.
Modify the program.

111

CALCAULATED
DATA
OVERFLOW

The result of calculation is out of the


allowable range (-1047 to -10-29, 0, and 1029 to 1047).

112

DIVIDED BY
ZERO

Division by zero was specified. (including


tan 90)

113

IMPROPER
COMMAND

A function which cannot be used in custom


macro is commanded. Modify the program.

114

FORMAT ERROR There is an error in other formats then


IN MACRO
<FORMULA>. Modify the program.

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Number

Message

Contents

115

ILLEGAL
VARIABLE
NUMBER

A value not defined as variable number is


designated in the custom macro. Modify
the program.

116

WRITE
PROTECTED
VARIABLE

The left side of the of substitution


statement is a variable whose substitution
is inhibited. Modify the program.

118

PARENTHESIS
NESTING
ERROR

The nesting of bracket exceeds the upper


limit (quintuple). Modify the program

119

ILLEGAL
ARGUMENT

The SQRT argument is negative, BCD


argument is negative, or other values than
0 to 9 are present on each line of BIN
argument. Modify the program.

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Number

Message

Contents

122

QUADRUPLICATE A total of four macro calls and macro


MACRO MODAL
modal calls are nested. Correct the
CALL
program.

123

CAN NOT USE


MACRO
COMMAND IN
DNC

Macro control is used during DNC


operation. modify the program.

124

MISSING END
STATEMENT

DO-END does not correspond to 1:1.


Modify the program.

125

FORMAT ERROR
IN MACRO

<FORMULA> format is erroneous. Modify


the program.

126

ILLEGAL LOOP
NUMBER

In DOn, 1< n < 3 is not established.


Modify the program.

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Number

Message

Contents

127

NC, MACRO
STATEMENT IN
SAME BLOCK

NC and custom macro commands coexist.


Modify the program.

128

ILLEGAL MACRO
SEQUENCE
NUMBER

The sequence number specified in the


branch command was not 0 to 9999. Or, it
cannot be searched. Modify the program.

129

ILLEGAL
ARGUMENT
ADDRESS

An address which is not allowed in


<Argument designation> is used. Modify
the program.

130

ILLEGAL AXIS
OPERATION

An axis control command was given by


PMC to an axis controlled by the CNC. Or
axis control was given by CNC to an axis
controlled by PMC. Modify the program

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Number

Message

Contents

131

TOO MANY
EXTERNAL
ALARM MSGS

Five or more alarms have generated in


external alarm message. Consult the PMC
ladder diagram to find the cause.

132

ALARM NUMBER
NOT FOUND

No alarm No. concerned exists in external


alarm message clear. Check the PMC
ladder diagram.

133

ILLEGAL DATA IN
EXT ALARM MSG

Small section data is erroneous in


external alarm message or external
operator message. Check the PMC ladder
diagram.

135

ILLEGAL ANGLE
COMMAND

The index table indexing positioning angle


was instructed in other than an integral
multiple of the value of the minimum
angle. Modify the program.

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Number

Message

Contents

136

ILLEGAL AXIS
COMMAND

In index table indexing, another control


axis was instructed together with the B
axis. Modify the program.

139

CAN NOT
CHANGE PMC
CONTROL AXIS

An axis is selected in commanding by


PMC axis control. Modify the program.

141

CAN NOT
COMMAND G51
IN CRC

G51 (SCALING ON) is commanded in the


tool offset mode. Modify the program.

142

ILLEGAL SCALE
RATE

Scaling magnification is commanded in


other than 1 999999. Correct the scaling
magnification setting (G51 Pp . . . Or
parameter 5411 or 5421).

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Number

Message

Contents

143

SCALED MOTION The scaling results, move distance,


DATA
coordinate value and circular radius
OVERFLOW
exceed the maximum command value.
Correct the program or scaling
magnification.

144

ILLEGAL PLANE
SELECTED

The coordinate rotation plane and arc or


cutter compensation C plane must be the
same. Modify the program.

148

ILLEGAL
SETTING DATA

Automatic corner override deceleration


rates is out of the settable range of
judgment angle. Modify the program.

149

FORMAT ERROR
IN G10L3

A code other than Q1, Q2, P1 or P2 was


specified as the life count type in the
external tool life management.

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Number

Message

Contents

150

ILLEGAL TOOL
Tool group no. exceeds the maximum
GROUP NUMBER allowable value. Modify the program.

151

TOOL GROUP
NUMBER NOT
FOUND

The tool group commanded in the


machining program is not set. Modify the
value of program parameter.

152

NO SPACE FOR
TOOL ENTRY

The number of tools within one group


exceeds the maximum value registerable.
Modify the number of tools.

153

T-CODE NOT
FOUND

In the registration of tool life data, a T


code was not specified in a block where it
is required. Alternatively, only M06 was
specified in a block for tool change type D.
Correct the program.

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Number

Message

Contents

154

NOT USING
TOOL IN LIFE
GROUP

When the group is not commanded, H99


or D99 was commanded. Correct the
program.

155

ILLEGAL T-CODE
IN M06

In the machining program, M06 and T


code is in the same block don not
correspond to the group in use. Correct
the program.

156

P/L COMMAND
NOT FOUND

P and L commands are missing at the


head of the program in which the tool
group is set. Correct the program.

157

TOO MANY TOOL The number of tool groups to be set


GROUPS
exceeds the maximum allowable value.
See parameter GS1, GS2 (No. 6800 bit 0
and 1). Modify the program.

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Number

Message

Contents

158

ILLEGAL TOOL
LIFE DATA

The tool life to be set is too excessive.


Modify the setting value.

159

TOOL DATA
SETTING
INCOMPLETE

During executing a life data setting


program, power was turned off. Set again.

175

ILLEGAL G107
COMMAND

Conditions performing cylindrical


interpolation start or cancel not correct. To
change the mode to the cylindrical
interpolation mode, specify the command
in a format of G07.1 rotation-axis name
radius of cylinder.

176

IMPROPER GCODE IN G107

Any of the following G codes which cannot


be specified in the cylindrical interpolation
mode was specified.

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Number

Message

176

IMPROPER G-CODE a) G code for positioning such as G28,


IN G107
G73, G74, G76, G81 G89,
including the codes specifying the
rapid traverse cycle.
b) G codes for setting a coordinate
system G52, G92.
c) G code for selecting coordinate
system: G53, G54 G59

177

CHECK SUM
Check sum error. Modify the program.
ERROR (G05 MODE)

178

G05 COMMANDED
IN G41/G42 MODE

G05 was commanded in the G41/G42


mode. Correct the program.

179

PARAM. (PRM NO.


7510) SETTING
ERROR

The number of controlled axes set by


the parameter 7510 exceeds the
maximum number. Modify the
parameter setting value.

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Number

Message

Contents

180

COMMUNICATION
ERROR (REMOTE
BUF)

Remote buffer connection alarm has


generated. Confirm the number of
cables, parameters and I/O device.

190

ILLEGAL AXIS
SELECT

In the constant surface speed control,


the axis specification is wrong. ( see
parameter No. 3770). The specified
axis command (P) contains an illegal
value. Correct the program.

194

SPINDLE
COMMAND IN
SYNCHRO-MODE

A contour control mode, spindle


positioning (Cs-axis control) mode, or
rigid tapping mode was specified
during the serial spindle synchronous
control mode is released in advance.

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Number

Message

Contents

197

C-AXIS
COMMANDED
INSPINDLE MODE

The program specified a movement


along the Cs-axis when the signal
CON(DGN=G027#7)was off. Correct
the program, or consult the PMC ladder
diagram to find the reason the signal is
not turned ON.

199

MACRO WORD
UNDEFINED

Undefined macro word was used.


Modify the custom macro.

200

IILEGAL S CODE
COMMAND

In the rigid tap, an S value is out of the


range or is not specified. The maximum
value for S which can be specified in
rigid tapping is set in parameter (No.
5241 to 5243). Change the setting in
the parameter or modify the program.

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Number

Message

201

FEEDRATE NOT
In the rigid tapping no F value is
FOUND INRIGID TAP specified. Correct the program.

202

POSITION LSI
OVERFLOW

In the rigid tapping, spindle distribution


value is too large.

203

PROGRAM MISS AT
RIGID TAPPING

In the rigid tapping, position for a rigid


M code (M29) or an S command is
incorrect. Modify the program.

204

ILLEGAL AXIS
OPERATION

In the rigid tapping, an axis movement


is specified between the rigid M code
(M29) block and G84 (G74) block.
Modify the program

205

RIGID MODE DI
SIGNAL OFF

Rigid tapping signal (DGN061#1) is not


1 when G84 (G88) is executed through
the rigid M code (M29) is specified.
Consult the PMC ladder diagram to find
the reason the signal is not turned ON.

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Number

Message

Contents

206

CAN NOT CHANGE


PLANE (RIGID TAP)

Plane changeover was instructed in the


rigid mode. Correct the program.

207

RIGID DATA
MISMATCH

The specified distance was too short or


too long for the rigid taping.

210

CAN NOT
COMMAND
M198/M99

1. M198 and M99 are executed in the


schedule operation. Or M198 is
executed in the DNC operation.
2. In multiple repetitive pocketing
canned cycle, an interrupt macro
was specified and M99 was
executed.

212

ILLEGAL PLANE
SELECT

The arbitrary angle chamfering or a


corner R is commanded or the plane
including an additional axis. Correct the
program.

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Number

Message

213

ILLEGAL COMMAND Any of the following alarms occurred in


IN SYNCHRO-MODE the operation with simple
synchronization control.
1. The program issued the move
command to the slave axis.
2. The program issued the manual
continuous feed/manual handle
feed/incremental feed command to
the slave axis.
3. The program issued the automatic
reference position return command
without executing the manual
reference position return after the
power was turned ON.
4. The difference between the position
error amount of the master and
slave axes exceeded the value
specified in parameter No. 8313

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Number

Message

214

ILLEGAL COMMAND Coordinate system is set or tool


IN SYNCHRO-MODE compensation of the shift type is
executed in the synchronous control.
Correct the program.

224

RETURN TO
REFERENCE POINT

231

ILLEGAL FORMAT IN Any of the following errors occurred in


G10 OR L150
the specified format at the
programmable parameter input.
1. Address N or R was not entered
2. A number not specified for a
parameter was entered.
3. The axis number was too large.

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Reference position return has not been


performed before the automatic
operation starts. Perform reference
position return only when parameter
ZRNx (No.1005#0) is 0.

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Number

Message

231

ILLEGAL FORMAT IN 4. An axis number was not specified in


G10 OR L150
the axis-type parameter.
(contn)
5. An axis number was specified in the
parameter which is not an axis type.
6. An attempt was made to reset bit 4
of parameter 3202 (NE9) or change
parameter 3210 (PSSWD) when
they are protected by a password.
Correct the program.

232

TOO MANY HELICAL Three or more axes (in normal direction


AXIS COMMANDS
control mode two or more axes) were
specified as helical axes in the helical
interpolation mode.

233

DEVICE BUSY

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When an attempt was made to use a


unit such as that connected via the RS232-C interface, other users were using
it.

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Number

Message

Contents

239

BP/S ALARM

While punching was being performed


with the function for controlling external
I/O units, background editing was
performed.

240

BP/S ALARM

Background editing was performed


during MDI function.

253

G05 IS NOT
AVAILABLE

Binary-input operation with high-speed


remote buffer (G05) or high-speed
cycle machining (G05) has been
specified in a look-ahead control mode
(G08P1). Before attempting to specify
these commands, first specify G08P0;
to cancel look-ahead control mode.

5010

END OF RECORD

The end of record (%) was specified.

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5020

PARAMETER OF
The parameter for specifying program restart
RESTART ERROR is not set correctly.

5046

ILLEGAL
PARAMETER
(ST.COMP)

An illegal parameter has been specified for


straightness compensation. Possible reasons
are as follows:
1. There is no axis corresponding to the axis
number specified in the move axis or
compensation axis parameter.
2. More than 128 pitch error compensation
points are not sequentially numbered.
3. The straightness compensation points are
not sequentially numbered.

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5046

ILLEGAL
PARAMETER
(ST.COMP) contn

4. A specified straightness compensation


point is outside the range between the
pitch error compensation points having
the maximum positive and negative
coordinates.
5. The compensation value is specified for
each compensation point is too large or
too small.

5073

NO DECIMAL
POINT

A decimal point is not specified for a


command for which a decimal point must be
specified.

5074

ADDRESS
DUPLICATION
ERROR

The same address appears more than once


in a block. Alternatively, a block contains two
or more G codes belonging to the same
group.

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5110

IMPROPER GCODE (G05.1 Q1


MODE)

An illegal G code was specified in Al lookahead mode was specified.

5111

IMPROPER GCODE (G05.1 Q1)

An illegal G code is left modal when Al lookahead control mode was specified.

5112

G08 CAN NOT BE


COMMANDED

Look-ahead control (G08) was specified in Al


look-ahead control mode.

5114

NOT STOP
POSITION (G05.1
Q1)

At the time of restart after manual


intervention, the coordinates at which the
manual intervention occurred have not been
restored.

5134

FSSB: OPEN
The FSSB did not become ready to open
READY TIME OUT during initialization.

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5135

FSSB: ERROR
MODE

The FSSB entered an error mode.

5136

FSSB: NUMBER
OF AMPS IS
SMALL

The number of amplifiers recognized by the


FSSB is insufficient, compared with the
number of controlled axes.

5137

FSSB:
CONFIGURATION
ERROR

The FSSB detected a configuration error.

5138

FSSB: AXIS
SETTING NOT
COMPLETE

Axis setting has not been performed in


automatic setting mode. Perform axis setting
using the FSSB setting screen.

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5139

FSSB: ERROR

Servo initialization did not terminate normally.


The optical cable may be defective, or there
may be an error in connection to the amplifier
or another module. Check the optical cable
and connection status.

5156

ILLEGAL AXIS
OPERATION
(AICC)

In Al look-ahead control mode, the controlled


axis selection signal (PMC axis control)
changes. In Al look-ahead control mode, the
simple synchronous axis selection signal
changes.

5157

PARAMETER
ZERO (AIC)

Zero is set in the parameter for the maximum


cutting feedrate (parameter No. 1422 or
1432). Zero is set in the parameter for the
acceleration/deceleration before interpolation
(parameter No. 1770 or 1771)

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5197

FSSB: OPEN TIME


OUT

The FSSB did not open when the CNC had


allowed the FSSB to open.

5198

FSSB: ID DATA
NOT READ

The initial ID information for the amplifier


cannot be read because of failure in the
temporary assignment.

5212

SCREEN COPY:
PARAMETER
ERROR

There is a parameter setting error. Check


that 4 is set as the I/O channel.

5213

SCREEN COPY:
COMMUNICATION
ERROR

The memory card cannot be used. Check


the memory card. (Check whether the
memory card is write-protected or defective)

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5214

SCREEN COPY:
DATA TRANSFER
ERROR

Data transfer to the memory card failed.


Check whether the memory card space is
insufficient and whether the memory card
was removed during data transfer.

5220

REFERENCE
POINT
ADJUSTMENT
MODE

A parameter for automatically set a


reference position is set. (bit 2 of parameter
No. 1819 = 1) Perform automatic setting.
(position the machine at the reference
position manually, then perform manual
reference position return)

5222

SRAM
CORRECTABLE
ERROR

The SRAM correctable error cannot be


corrected.
Cause: A memory problem occurred during
memory initialization.
Action: Replace the master printed circuit
board (SRAM module).

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5227

FILE NOT FOUND

A specified file is not found during


communication with the built-in handy file.

5228

SAME NAME
USED

There are duplicate file names in the built-in


handy file.

5229

WRITE
PROTECTED

A floppy disk in the built-in handy file is write


protected.

5231

TOO MANY FILES

The number of files exceeds the limit during


communication with the built-in handy file.

5232

DATA OVER-FLOW There is not enough floppy disk space in the


built-in Handy file.

5235

COMMUNICATION
ERROR

A communication error occurred during


communication with the built-in handy file.

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5237

READ ERROR

A floppy disk in the built-in handy file cannot


be read from. The floppy disk may be
defective, or the head may be dirty.
Alternatively, the handy file may be defective.

5238

WRITE ERROR

A floppy disk in the built-in handy file cannot


be written to. The floppy disk may be
defective, or the head may be dirty.
Alternatively, the handy file may be defective.

5257

G41/G42 NOT
G41/G42 (cutter compensation C: M series,
ALLOWED IN THE tool-nose radius compensation: T series) was
MDI MODE
specified in MDI mode. (depending on the
setting of bit 4 of parameter No. 5008)

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Number Message

Contents

5303

TOUCH
PANEL
ERROR

A touch panel error occurred


Cause:
1. The touch panel is kept pressed
2. The touch panel was pressed when power was
turned on.
Remove the above causes and turn on the power
again.

5306

MODE
CHANGE
ERROR

In one-touch macro call, the mode is not normally


switched at the beginning.

5311

FSSB:
1. This alarm is issued if, in a pair of axes in which
ILLEGAL
one axis has an odd servo axis number
CONNECTI
(parameter No. 1023) and the other has an even
ON
servo axis number that is adjacent to the odd
servo axis number, one of the axes is assigned
to an amplifier connected to an FSSB in a
system different from that for the other axis.
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Number Message

Contents

5303

TOUCH
PANEL
ERROR

A touch panel error occurred


Cause:
1. The touch panel is kept pressed
2. The touch panel was pressed when power was
turned on.
Remove the above causes and turn on the power
again.

5306

MODE
CHANGE
ERROR

In one-touch macro call, the mode is not normally


switched at the beginning.

5311

FSSB:
1. This alarm is issued if, in a pair of axes in which
ILLEGAL
one axis has an odd servo axis number
CONNECTI
(parameter No. 1023) and the other has an even
ON
servo axis number that is adjacent to the odd
servo axis number, one of the axes is assigned
to an amplifier connected to an FSSB in a
system different from that for the other axis.
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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

000

A parameter that requires Turn the power off, then


power-down has been
back on.
specified.

011

The specified feedrate is


zero

Check the feedrate


parameter specified with a
function code.

013

The specified feedrate


(maximum feedrate) is
zero.

Check the value of


parameter No. 043 which
indicates the maximum
feedrate that can be
specified.

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

070

More than 32 blocks


have been registered for
a buffering operation.

Reduce the number of


registered blocks to 32.

090

Reference position
setting cannot be
executed normally.

Check the feedrate


parameter specified with a
function code.

093

A first to third reference


position return cannot be
executed because the
reference position has
not yet been esteblished.

Set the reference position.

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

224

The reference position


has not yet been
established. This occurs
only when the ZRTN bit
of parameter No. 001 is
set to 0.

Set the reference position.

250

Input data 1 is invalid

Check input data 1,


specified with function code

251

Input data 2 is invalid

Check input data 2,


specified with function code

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

254

A function code or mode


is invalid.

Check the command code,


sp

255

Operation cannot be
activated because as
invalid mode is specified
or because block
execution is in progress.

Check the mode. Check


whether a block is being
executed.

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

290

The interface switch


signal (DRC) was
switched during block
execution

Switch the signal after block


execution stops.

291

The speed of an axial


movement specified by
an external pulse has
exceeded the upper limit.

Check the speed specified


by the external pulse.
Check the magnification of
the external pulse.
(Parameters No. 062 and 063)

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Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

292

A checksum error for the


non-volatile memory was
detected.

Parameters are cleared.


Set the parameters again. If
this alarm subsequently
recurs, replace unit.

300

A communication error
(DTER) for the serial
pulse coder was
detected.

Check the connection of the


signal cable. If the cable is
normal, the pulse coder
may be defective. Turn the
power off. If the alarm
recurs when the power is
reapplied, replace the serial
pulse coder, together with
the motor.

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Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

301

A communication error
(CRCER) for the serial
pulse coder was
detected.

Check the connection of the


signal cable. If the cable is
normal, the pulse coder or
servo amplifier unit may be
defective. This error can
also be caused by external
noise.

302

A communication error
(STBER) for the serial
pulse coder was
detected.

Check the connection of the


signal cable. If the cable is
normal, the pulse coder
may be defective. This error
can also be caused by
external noise.

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Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

303

An LED
di9sconnection
(LDAL) was detected
in the serial pulse
coder.

Turn the power off. If this alarm


recurs when the power is
reapplied, replace the motor.

304

A mispulse alarm
(PMAL) for the serial
pulse coder was
detected.

Turn the power off. If this alarm


recurs when the power is
reapplied, replace the motor.

305

A miscount alarm
(CMAL) for the serial
pulse coder was
detected.

Turn the power off. If this alarm


recurs when the power is
reapplied, replace the motor. If the
alarm does not recur, restart the
operation from the reference
position.

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LED
DISPLAY

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

306

The motor has


overheat
(OHAL)

This alarm is issued when the motor


has overheated, causing the thermostat
to trip. Possible causes include an
excessively high ambient temperature
and excessively strict operating
conditions. Check the actual cause. If it
occurs again when the motor is cooled,
the motor or servo amplifier may have
failed. Replace the faulty motor or servo
amplifier.

308

A soft phase
alarm (SPHAL)
was detected

Turn the power off. This alarm may be


caused by noise.

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

319

When the absolute pulse


coder is used, the motor
has not yet rotated through
more than one turn after
the first power-up.

Rotate the motor through


more than one turn in jog
feed mode, then turn the
power off then back ON.

350

The battery voltage of the


absolute pulse coder is
low.

Replace the battery.


Restart the operation from
the reference position return.

351

The battery voltage of the


absolute pulse coder is
low. (warning)

Replace the battery.

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DESCRIPTION
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE

400

The servo motor has


overheated (estimated
value).

The motor operation may be


too severe. Check the operation
condition.

401

A communication error
was detected in the serial
pulse coder.

Check the connection of the


pulse coder signal cable. If the
cable is normal, the pulse coder
or servo amplifier unit may be
defective. This error can also
be caused by external noise.

403

SVU-12 The cooling fins The load on the motor may be


have
too high. Re-examine the load
overheated.
conditions.
SVU-20 (hardware
detection)

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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DESCRIPTION
DISPLAY

403
(cont
n)

SVU-40 This alarm


will not be
SVU-80 issued.

404

The regenerative
discharge unit has
overheated.

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COUNTER- MEASURE

This alarm is issued when the


average regenerative discharge
energy is too high (when the
acceleration/deceleration
frequency is too high)

1. When the separate regenerative discharge resistor is


not used: For the SVU-12 and the SVU-20, check
whether the CX11-6 connector is short-circuited with a
dummy connector; for the SVU-40 and SVU-80, check
whether the CX20 and CX23 connectors are shortcircuited with dummy connector.
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ERROR CODES
No.
404
(contn)

LED
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE
2. The average regenerative discharge energy may be
too high. Decrease the acceleration/ deceleration
frequency.
3. The separate regenerative discharge unit may not
be connected properly. Check the connection.
4. The thermostat of the separate regenerative
discharge unit may be defective. Disconnect the
separate regenerative discharge unit , then check
the thermostat. If the thermostat is open even
through the separate regenerative discharge unit is
cool, replace the separate regenerative discharge
unit.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

404
(contn)

LED
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE

5. The resistor of the of the separate regenerative


discharge unit may be defective. Disconnect the
separate regenerative discharge unit, then check
the resistance. If it does not fall in the range of the
predetermined resistance (20% replace the
separate regenerative discharge unit.
6. If (1) to (5) are not the cause of the alarm, replace
the servo amplifier unit.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

405

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

Reference position return


could not be executed.

Re-execute reference
position return.

If a value in the range of 4 to 96 is set for parameter No.


032 (CMR), an alarm may be issued. In this case, prevent
an alarm from being issued by setting N405 (bit 4 of
parameter No. 001) to 1.

410

The servo position error in


the stop state is larger
than the value specified in
parameter No. 110.

Determine the mechanical


cause of the large position
error. If no mechanical cause
is found, specify a larger
value for the parameter.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

411

The servo position error in


the stop state is larger
than the value specified in
parameter No. 182.

Determine the mechanical


cause of the large position
error. If no mechanical cause
is found, apply any of the
following countermeasures:
Specify a larger value for
the parameter.
Specify a lower feedrate.
Increase the time
constants.

412

[SVU-12, SVU-20]
An overcurrent alarm is
issued.

This alarm is issued when an


excessively large current
flows in the main circuit.

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Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.
412
(contn)

LED
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE
1. Check whether a valid motor number is specified in
parameter No. 30.
2. Check whether the standard values are specified in
the current control parameters for servo control.
Correct6 current control is possible only when the
standard values are specified for the following
parameters: No. 72, 71, 72, 78, 79, 84, 85, 86, 87,
88, 89, 90.
3. Disconnect the power line from the servo amplifier
unit connector. Then , release the emergency stop
state.
If the overcurrent alarm continues to be issued,
replace the servo amplifier unit.
If no overcurrent alarm is issued go to (4)

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.
412
(contn)

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LED
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE
4. Check the insulation between the ground and each of
U, V and W. If the insulation is satisfactory, go to (5)
If a short-circuit is detected, disconnect the power
line from the motor connector. Then, check the
insulation between the ground and each of U, V
and W of the motor.
If a short-circuit is found between the ground and
U, V and W of the motor, replace the motor.
If the insulation is satisfactory, replace the power
line.
5. Connect the power line. Observe the waveform of the
motor current (IR, Is) while the motor is accelerating
or decelerating.
If the motor current (IR, IS) does not show a
normal sine wave, replace the servo amplifier unit.
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ERROR CODES
No.
412
(contn)

LED
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE
6. Check if the motor current (IR, IS) waveforms include
noise.
When noise is included, take an action such as
making a connection to shield ground.
When noise is not included, replace the servo
amplifier unit.
7. If (1) to (4) above are not the cause of the alarm, the
pulse coder, command cable, or internal hardware of
the CNC may be defective.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.
413

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LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

A DC link overvoltage
alarm is issued.

This alarm is issued when the


DC voltage of the main circuit
power is too high.

1. When SVU-12 or SVU-20 is used, and a separate


regenerative discharge unit is not used. Check the
specification to see if regenerative energy per one time
does not exceed the allowable regenerative energy of
the servo amplifier unit.
2. For the SVU-40 and the SVU-80, when the separate
regenerative discharge resistor is not used, check
whether the CX23 connector is short-circuited with
dummy connector.
3. The supply voltage for dynamic power may exceed the
rated value. Check the voltage. IF the voltage is too
high, reduce the voltage to an appropriate level.
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ERROR CODES
No.
413
(contn)

LED
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE
4. Regenerative discharge unit may not be properly
connected. Check connection.
5. The resistance of the separate regenerative
discharge
6. If (1) to (5) are not the cause of the alarm, replace the
servo amplifier unit.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.
414

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

A DC link low voltage


alarm is issued.

This alarm is issued when the


DC voltage of the main circuit
power is too low.

1. 190 ms or longer may pass from the time when both


the *ESP of the built-in DI and the *ESP of the I/O link
interface signal are canceled until the external
magnetic contractor inserted into the input for motive
power turns on (including the operating time of the
magnetic contractor). The magnetic contractor must
turn ON within 100 ms.
2. The external circuit breaker may be turned OFF. Check
the circuit breaker.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

414
(contn)

LED
DISPLAY

COUNTER- MEASURE

3. The supply voltage for the dynamic power is lower


than the rated value. Check the voltage. If the voltage
is too low, increase it to an appropriate level.
4. The external magnetic contractor may not be
connected properly. Check the connection.
5. If (1) to (4) are not the cause of the alarm, replace the
servo amplifier unit.

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Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.
417

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

A parameter has been


specified incorrectly.

Check the following


parameters:
No. 30: Is the specified motor
type correct?
No. 31: Is the specified
direction of rotation of the
correct?
No. 106: Is the denomination
of the number of pulses per
single revolution of the motor
0?
No. 180: Is the specified
reference counter capacity 0
or a negative value?

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ERROR CODES
No.

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

418

A DO alarm is issued.

Replace the servo amplifier


unit.

423

The specified speed


Re-examine the CMR and
exceeds 32767000
speed settings.
detection units per second.

425

The cooling fan has


stopped.

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LED
DISPLAY

This alarm is issued when the


fan motor built into the servo
amplifier unit has failed. The
fan motor is consumable.

1. Check the that the fan is not clogged with something.


2. Check that the power connector of the fan is connected
properly.
3. Replace the fan or servo amplifier unit.
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ERROR CODES
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

446

The external pulse input


line is disconnected.

Connect the external pulse


input signal correctly.

447

The velocity deviation is


too high (velocity control).

Check the actual velocity.


See the setting of parameter
No. 136.

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Slide 3

OVERTRAVEL ALARMS
No.

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

500

The positive stroke limit


has been exceeded.

501

The negative stroke limit


has been exceeded.

Check whether *+OT and *OT are connected correctly.


Check whether a correct
move command is specified.
Move the tool in the opposite
direction in jog mode, then
perform a reset.

510

The positive soft stroke


limit has been exceeded.

511

The negative soft stroke


limit has been exceeded.

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LED
DISPLAY

Check whether appropriate


values have been specified
for parameters No. 142 and
143. Check whether a valid
move command is specified.
Move the tool in the opposite
direction in jog mode, the
perform a reset.
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SYSTEM ALARMS
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

An error was detected in


the RAM write/read test at
power-up.

Replace the servo amplifier


unit.

An error was detected in


Turn the power off then back
the data collation check for on. Then, re-enter the
the non-volatile memory.
parameters. If this alarm
recurs, replace the servo
amplifier unit.
A data transfer alarm for
the non-volatile memory
has been issued.

Replace the servo amplifier


unit.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

SYSTEM ALARMS
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

A watchdog alarm was


issued.

Turn the power off then back


on. If this alarm recurs,
replace the servo amplifier
unit.

A checksum alarm for the


control software ROM is
issued.

Replace the servo amplifier


unit.

A data transfer alarm for the Replace the servo amplifier


ROM that is built into the
unit.
CPU is issued.

An error was detected in the Replace the servo amplifier


control circuit.
unit.
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Slide 3

I/O ALARM
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

A FANUC I/O Link error


occurred. Any unit
connected to the line was
turned off.

Turn the power to all units


connected to the line. Then,
turn on the slave devices,
followed by the master device.

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Slide 3

NO LED DISPLAY
No.

LED
DISPLAY

DESCRIPTION

COUNTER- MEASURE

The control circuit is not


operating normally

(1) Check the 24-VDC control


supply voltage. If the
voltage is low, increase the
voltage to an appropriate
level.
(2) Check whether a fuse in
the servo amplifier unit has
blown. If a blown fuse is
found, replace it.
(3) If (1) and (2) are not the
cause, replace the servo
amplifier.

MIRDC-ITS
Slide 3

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1000

DETECTION SW.
The limit switches of the tailstock axis
FOR TAILSTOCK SP. advancing end and retreating end are
simultaneously turned ON.
Check and repair the limit switches.

1001

DETECTION SW.
The limit switches of the main axis
FOR SPINDLE LOCK fixed end and non-fixed end are
simultaneously turned ON.
Check and repair the limit switches.

1002

DETECTION SW.
FOR DOOR

The limit switches of the door opening


and closing end are simultaneously
turned ON.
Check and repair the limit switches

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1003

DETECTION SW.
FOR TAILSTOCK F/R

The limit switches of the tailstock


advancing end and retreating end are
simultaneously turned On.
Check and repair the limit switches.

1004

DETECTION SW.
FOR SP. MISSION

Any two of the main axis high speed end,


low speed end and neutral end are
simultaneously turned ON.
Check and repair the limit switches.

1023

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SP COND TO BE
SAME AS BEFORE

The condition of the main axis when the


program stopped and condition of the
main axis when the cycle start button is
pressed after the program stop is cleared
are different.
Make the condition of the main axis the
same as that when the program stopped.

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1024

CHUCK COND TO
BE SAME AS
BEFORE

The condition of the chuck when the


program stopped and condition of the
chuck axis when cycle start button is
pressed after the program stop is
cleared are different.
Make the condition of the main axis the
same as that when the program
stopped.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1025

TTAILSTOCK SOP IS The length of the work clamped on the


OVER
chuck is different or the work is not
clamped. Therefore, when the tailstock
is advanced, the tailstock advanced
further after the advancing end switch
is confirmed.
Clamp an appropriate work and
advance the tailstock axis. And adjust
the tailstock axis and the advancing
end switch.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1026

FORWARD THE
TAILSTOCK
SPINDLE

The main axis start is directed when


the tailstock axis is not advanced.
Advance the tailstock axis and the
main axis start.

1027

CLOSE THE
SAFETY DOOR

The door has opened when the main


axis is rotating or during the automatic
operation in the memory mode.
Close the door.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1030

SELECT DOOR ILK.


SW. TO EFFECT

The door interlock is disabled when the


cycle start button is pressed in the
memory mode.
Enable the door interlock.

1031

CLOSE THE
SAFETY DOOR

The door has open when the cycle start


button is pressed in the memory mode.
The door has open when the cycle start
button is pressed in the interlock is
disabled in the signal or MDI mode.
Close the door.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1032

CHANGE THE GEAR The main axis start is directed when


TO HIGH OR LOW
the main axis is not geared.
Gear the main axis to high speed or
low speed.

1033

TIGHTEN TH
CHUCK

The cycle start button is pressed when


the chuck is loosened.
Tighten the chuck.

1034

TIGHTEN TH
CHUCK

The main axis start button is pressed


when the chuck is loosened.
Tighten the chuck.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1035

TIGHTEN TH
CHUCK

The chuck has loosened when the


main axis is rotating.
Tighten the chuck.

1036

CHUCK IS OVER
TRAVEL

The diameter of the work is different or


the work is not clamped.
Clamp an appropriate work.

1037

T-SIGNAL IS OVER
VALUE

Other than the usable tool number is


directed.
Modify the program.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1040

TURRET INDEXING
FAILS

Turret encode fails.


Contact the service engineering dept.
of the supplier.

1041

COMMAND TSIGNAL

Without commanding T-code, M16


(Turret M17(Turret forward) or M18
random select), (Turret reverse) are
commanded.
Command T-code.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1042

PUT BACK THE


TOOL-SETTER

The cycle start, automatic operation,


main axis start, main axis rotating,
manual tailstock axis advancing,
manual application of cutting oil, or
manual parts catcher start is directed
when the tool setter is out.
Store the tool setter.

1043

THE TOOL IS
BROKEN

Tool damage is detected.


Replace it with new one.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1044

B-SIGNAL IS OVER
VALUE

The cycle start button is pressed when


the tailstock pin is out.
Return the tailstock pin.

1045

RETURN THE PIN


OF TAILSTOCK

Since the cursor is not returned to the


program head.
Return it to the program head to start
the program.

1055

PRESS PROG. EDIT


MODE RESET
AGAIN

Since the cursor is not returned to the


program head.
Return it to the program head to start
the program.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1060

M10 INEFFECTIVE
WHEN TAILSTOCK
IS IN REV.

M10 (tailstock spindle forward) is


commanded though tailstock is not
moved forward. Moving tailstock
forward, command M10

1061

M10 INEFF. WHEN


TAILSTOCK UNCL.

M10 (Tailstock spindle forward) is


commanded with tailstock unclamped.
Clamp tailstock before commanding
M10.

1062

M11 INEFFEC.
M11 (Tailstock retreating) is directed
WHEN SP. RUNNING when the spindle is rotating.
Stop the spindle and direct M11.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1063

M19 INEFFEC.
WHEN GEAR IS IN
NEUTRAL

When the gear of the spindle is in the


neutral position, M19.B (spindle stop at
the fixed position) is directed.
Gear the spindle from high speed and
to low speed direct M19.B.

1064

M24 INEFFEC.
M24 (door open) is directed when the
WHEN SP. RUNNING spindle rotating.
Stop the spindle and direct M24.

1065

M3 8/39 INEFF.
WHEN TAILSTOCK
FWD

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M38 (Tailstock forward) and M39


(Tailstock backward) is commanded
with tailstock not moved backward.
Move tailstock spindle backward before
commanding M38 and M39.

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1066

M3 8/39 INEFF.
WHEN TAILSTOCK
CL.

M38 (tailstock forward) and M39


(tailstock backward) is commanded
with tailstock clamped.
Unclamp tailstock before commanding
M38 and M39.

1067

M69 INEFFEC.
M69 (chuck loosening) is directed
WHEN SP. RUNNING when the spindle is rotating.
Stop the spindle and direct M69.

1070

M80/81 INEF. WHEN


STEADY REST CL.

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M80 (vibration stop advancing) or M81


(vibration stop retreating) is directed
when the vibration stop is open.
Open the vibration stop and direct M80
and M81.

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1071

M87 INEFFEC.
WHEN TAILSTOCK
FWD.

M87 (Tailstock unclamp) is


commanded with tailstock spindle
moved backward. Move tailstock
spindle backward before commanding
M87.

1075

TAIL. SP.
PRESSURE ALARM

Tailstock spindle pressure is reduced.


Check pressure of tailstock spindle.

1076

BAR FEEDER UNIT


FALLS

Pushing Alarm reset button.

Check Bar Feeder unit.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1077

M-SIGNAL IS
REPETITION
COMMAND

Multiple M-code which is not to


command in same block of program is
commanded.

1080

HYD. MOTOR
THERMAL DEFECT

Check temperature of the hydraulic


motor.

1081

BED LUB. MOTOR


THERMAL DEFECT

Check bed lubricant motor


temperature.

1082

SP. LUB. MOTOR


THERMAL

Check temperature of spindle stock


lubricant motor.

1083

COOLANT MOTOR
THERMAL DEFECT

Check coolant oil motor temperature.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

1084

MAIN PNEUMATIC
FAILS

Air pressure is reduced.


Set air pressure to specified value.

1085

MAIN HYDRAULIC
FAILS

Hydraulic pressure is reduced. Remove


cause in which hydraulic pressure is
reduced.

2000

CHIP-CONV.
MOTOR THERMAL
DEFECT

Check chip conveyor motor thermal.

2001

LEVEL OF BED LUB. Little bed lubricant is remaining.


OIL IS TOO LOW
Replenish bed lubrication oil.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

2002

X-AXIS IS OVER
TRAVEL

Push the release button and send the x-axis to


the opposite direction of the over-travel and
release it. If you push the release button, overtravel is not checked; Do not send it to the same
direction.
The machine may be seriously damaged

2003

Z-AXIS IS OVER
TRAVEL

Push the release button and send the z-axis to


the opposite direction of the over-travel and
release it. If you push the release button, overtravel is not checked; Do not send it to the same
direction.
The machine may be seriously damaged

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

2004

EMERGENCY BUTTON

The emergency stop button is pushed.


Turn the button to the right and release it.

2005

VOLTAGE OF THE
BACK UP BATTERY IS
TOO LOW

The voltage of the back up battery has


lowered. Replace the battery after turning
on the power.
Note: If you take out the battery without
turning on the power, the internal data
may be deleted.

2006

MACHINE READY
Push the machine ready button. If the
FAILS. PRESS MAHINE same alarm has occurred even after you
READY BUTTON AGAIN pushed the machine ready button again,
contact the service engineer of supplier.

MIRDC-ITS

ALARMS (Hydraulics in Lathe Machine)


Number

Message

Contents

2007

MEASUREMENT FAILS

The trouble of measurement is detected.

2010

WORK CLAMP CHECK


FAILS

Air pressure is reduced.


Set air pressure to specified value.

2011

TOOL LIFE IS LIMIT

Tool life limit detected.


Replace it with new one.

2300

FUNCTION COMMAND
TRANSATC FAILS

Turn on the power again and push the


machine ready button. If the same alarm
has occurred.

Contact the service engineer of the


supplier.
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