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Amada Apelio III 2510v question

Amada Apelio III 2510v question

Amada Apelio III 2510v question

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Hello,

I'm not entirely sure if this is the right spot for this, but we'll try it here.

I'm relatively new to amada's, and am having some trouble. I'm working on an Amada Apelio III 2510v turret laser.

My problem is the goto command I'm used to on a mazak is slightly more complicated from what I've gathered so far.

My question is; How do you get the goto command to work with punching on the sheet, and how to get it to work without punching.

Any help will be great, thanks

RE: Amada Apelio III 2510v question

HIE Darkblade

goto function works like this :
GOTOx with Nx

If u want to go the lazer part of the program :

O2086(SANS TITRE)
M102(A5052-1.5)
G06 A1.5 B0
G92 X3050. Y1875.
G90
GOTO2 (go to line N2)
N1
M500
X609.82 Y605.46 T112 (0 4.0)
M13
N2 ( N2 just before M100)
M100
E6
G00 X663.56 Y604.77
M103
G01 X661.68
G01 Y634.65
...
G01 X641.56
G03 X661.68 Y574.65 I0. J20.12
G01 Y604.65
M104
M101
M692
%

I hope it will be OK

The pooh

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