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Bystronic Bytube Laser parameter line missing in MMC setup

Bystronic Bytube Laser parameter line missing in MMC setup

(OP)
Hello,
In our Bystronic MMC program setup, I'm missing one line: N42=Stacking: 0=off,1=on
This line is switched to on at the moment and when I cut in automatic mode, when laser finishes one program, laser stops waiting for stacking operation.



If I look in MMC setup or config hardware there is no such option how to disable it, but in config files this line exist



So maybe I could manually change config files in order to disable Stacking. Or how to make it visible in MMC?

Attaching config files of our laser.

Thanks

RE: Bystronic Bytube Laser parameter line missing in MMC setup

Are you looking at setup in the manual menu or setup in the service menu?

Chris Krug http://krugtech.com/
Maximum Up-time, Minimum BS

RE: Bystronic Bytube Laser parameter line missing in MMC setup

(OP)
I found solution to this problem, you need to turn this stacking on in Service menu - > Config cnc Bysort ankoppelung.



Then in setup menu it appears as separate menu unit where I can disable it.

As well in PLC unit new menu appears, where it must be disabled.



RE: Bystronic Bytube Laser parameter line missing in MMC setup

the bytube is quite a puzzle when it comes to setup values. make sure you record all the settings on the pedestal and make sur eyou do a SAVE EVERYTHING in the service menu. The hidden settings in th epedistal are accessed by jumping input 15 on the PLC to 24V, on th enewer machines they used a password I guess they figured out that going into the cabinet with a piece of wire and touching it to things might not be a good idea. the password is the 4 numbers for the schematic.

Chris Krug http://krugtech.com/
Maximum Up-time, Minimum BS

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