B-85314EN-1_01 Fanuc Robodrill Custom PMC Functions

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This manual contence discribes how to create and edit custom PMC for Fanuc Robodrill D21iA machine.
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  B-85314EN-1/01 FANUC ROBODRILL @-D14M+A5FANUC ROBODRILL @-D14L+A5FANUC ROBODRILL @-D14S+A5FANUC ROBODRILL @-D21M+A5FANUC ROBODRILL @-D21L+A5FANUC ROBODRILL @-D21S+A5 CUSTOM PMC FUNCTION OPERATOR'S MANUAL WARNING To use the products explained herein safely, read carefully and understandcompletely all the descriptions about safety at the beginning of this manualand those about the functions you are going to use. Failing to follow anysafety precaution or any direction described herein may lead to death or injury. Always keep this manual near your product, so you can referenceit whenever necessary.    WARNING Before starting to install, operate, or maintain the product, carefully read and understand the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. Failing to follow any of these safety precautions and other cautions stated herein may lead to death or injury. The model covered by this manual, and its abbreviation is: Product name Abbreviation FANUC ROBODRILL α -D14 (M,L,S)  i A5 FANUC ROBODRILL α -D21 (M,L, S)  i  A5 Controller: A04B- 0102 - B201, B301, B302 FANUC Series 31 i -B5 Mechanical Unit: A04B-0099-B101, B103, B111, B113 A04B-0102- B101,B102, B103, B104, B105, B106, B111, B112, B113, B114, B115, B116 α -D14 i  A5 α -D21  i  A5 To help prevent accidents that may occur due to incorrect handling, this operator's manual indicates cautions with marks. The meaning of each mark is explained below. Before starting to read the text of the cautions, be sure to understand the meaning of the corresponding marks. DANGER: Indicates that incorrect handling will invite an imminent danger of death or serious injury. WARNING   Indicates that incorrect handling may lead to death or serious injury.   CAUTION   Indicates that incorrect handling may lead to light or moderate injury.   CAUTION   Indicates that incorrect handling may lead to damage not only to the product of interest but also to other properties.    ATTENTION   Describes precautions for protecting the product of interest from damage.   SUPPLEMENT: Describes information for effective and efficient use of the product of interest.  ã  No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. ã  All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.   The products in this manual are controlled based on Japan’s “Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law”. The export of α -D14M i  A5/D14L i  A5/D14S i  A5, α -D21M i  A5/D21L i  A5/D21S i  A5 from Japan is subject to an export license by the government of Japan. Other models in this manual may also be subject to export controls. Further, re-export to another country may be subject to the license of the government of the country from where the product is re-exported. Furthermore, the product may also be controlled by re-export regulations of the United States government. Should you wish to export or re-export these products, please contact FANUC for advice. In this manual, we have tried to describe as many matters as possible.However, we cannot describe all the matters which must not be done or which cannot be done, because there are so many possibilities. Therefore, matters which are not especially described as possible in this manual should be regarded as impossible. If you wander whether a specific matter is possible, ask FANUC.    B-85314EN-1/01   PREFACE    p-1 PREFACE 1 PURPOSES OF THE MACHINE The FANUC ROBODRILL α -D i A5 series is a machine tool that operates under control of a CNC (computer numerical control unit). It can be used for drilling, tapping, light milling, milling, and boring. It should not be used for any other purposes. 2 DEFINITION OF USERS 2.1 Operators In this manual, the term operator refers to a person who operates the machine. The operator must read this manual and become familiar with its contents. If the operator operates the machine without becoming familiar with its contents, the operator and the people around the machine may be in serious danger. The operator is not allowed to carry out maintenance work that involves: (1) Removal of a cover that requires a tool for its removal (fixed cover) (2) Installation and movement of the machine 2.2 Daily Maintenance and Preventive Maintenance Personnel These personnel must have completed ROBODRILL course at the Robomachine Department at the FANUC School or must have equivalent knowledge and must also be qualified by the company or organization to which they belong. Daily maintenance and preventive maintenance personnel must observe the Cautions on Maintenance, described below. Cautions that Person in charge of routine maintenance and preventive maintenance must observe during maintenance    PREFACE   B-85314EN-1/01   WARNING 1 Before removing a cover for maintenance purposes, be sure to set the control unit cabinet door circuit breaker for the machine to its off position. Otherwise, an unexpected behavior of the machine may lead to injury or an electric shock. 2 Before switching on the power with a cover removed for maintenance purposes, make sure that no one is beside the machine. Otherwise, an unexpected behavior of the machine may lead to injury or an electric shock. 3 Before starting maintenance work, post a notice near the control unit cabinet door circuit breaker to indicate that no one except the worker of interest is allowed to switch on the power. 4 Before switching on the power and operating the machine during or after maintenance work, make sure that no tool or the like is left in the machine. Otherwise, when the machine runs, it may strike the tool or the like toward people around the machine. 5 When making electrical adjustments with a cover removed, use a tool with a sufficient electrical protection (for example, a screwdriver made of plastic). Otherwise, there is a risk of an electrical shock. 6 After maintenance work, make sure that all components, including screws, that were removed for maintenance purposes are back in place. Otherwise, safety devices may fail to function, or injury may occur, because of a malfunction or electric shock. 7 When replacing maintenance parts, be sure to keep the control unit cabinet door circuit breaker set to its off position. Otherwise, there may occur damage to the maintenance parts or an electrical shock. 8 The person in charge of routine maintenance and preventive maintenance shall not be engaged in replacement of the CNC memory backup battery or fluorescent lamps within the machine. Only the maintenance engineer is allowed to replace such electrical components. Work by any person with no sufficient knowledge may disable safety devices from working, resulting in an unexpected behavior of the machine that may cause injury or an electric shock. 9 Be sure to close and lock the control unit cabinet door upon completion of maintenance work to prevent fluid such as coolant or chippings from entering the unit. Similarly, be sure to close the covers of the operator's panel and cable duct and securely tighten the mounting screws of the covers. 2.3 Maintenance Personnel These personnel must have sufficient knowledge of machinery or electricity to perform maintenance  properly, must have completed a maintenance course at the FA or Robomachine Department of the FANUC School or must have equivalent knowledge, and must also be qualified by the company or organization to which they belong. Maintenance personnel perform work including: (1) Installation and movement of the machine (2) Repair of the machine (replacement of mechanical units and replacement of electric components that require setup and adjustment after being replaced) Maintenance personnel must observe the Caution on Maintenance, described above. Experienced maintenance personnel, in particular, should avoid accidents due to carelessness or overconfidence.  p-2
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