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Title: Custom Macro Programming
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Custom Macro Programming
PMPA NTC 2013
Presented by Ron Gainer & Dan Murphy
Every effort has been made to verify the
information presented here is correct,
however you should assume it is not and
exercise caution when putting any of the
examples presented here to use.
Macro programs can affect the motions of the
machine tool. They can also be used to
change coordinate data and parameter
settings. Any of these changes can cause
unexpected motion, crashes, and other
machine malfunctions. Always exercise
caution and follow safe procedures for
proving out new programs or edits to existing
Back Up Your Data
Since Macro programming can be used to
change parameters, offsets, and work
coordinate data, make sure you have recently
backed up your parameters, settings, work
shifts, and offsets.
This Seminar is meant to be an introduction
to Custom Macro Programming. There is no
way to cover all the material you should be
aware of in such a short time period.
Be sure to read the Custom Macro section of
the manual for your particular control
Don’t Be These Guys
This program concerns the application and use of
“Custom Macro “B” on Fanuc controls. Particularly
the Fanuc Oi
The general concepts apply to almost any CNC
control that has parametric programming
For Further Learning
For Further Learning
Fanuc USA offers a course called
“Programming Level II” that cover Macro B
Call - 888-FANUC-US (888-326-8287)
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