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Amada laser conditions settings

Amada laser conditions settings

Amada laser conditions settings

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Hi everyone, we have received an armada laser cutter (LC 657 II)

The machine is set in Japanese and we are having a very hard time finding a certain screen.

Does anyone know the process to change the cutting conditions?

We are missing this section of the manuals

Thanks heaps!

RE: Amada laser conditions settings

You have received a used Amada LC 657 II with incomplete documentation? Was it this one: https://www.grays.com/lot/0001-3015605/manufacturi... If not, then there may be someone nearby to you who can help.

Anyhow I can see that Amada probably won't off free help for what seems must be an antique; probably they would offer a service contract and negotiate for the manual. I saw some dodgy sites supposedly offering a boot-leg copy, but won't link here for both reasons.

RE: Amada laser conditions settings

Japanese - that suggests it was a gray market machine.
I wonder if the control can be converted somehow to the US/North America ROMS /language.
I suppose the keyboard is also non-English?

Other than those 'little' problems it may be very similar to the LC667-II that was marketed in the US for many years. What laser resonator does it have? Which control, exactly?

(otherwise, it either becomes a parts machine, or snag the CNC and control panels from a 667 that's getting junked.)

Jay Maechtlen
http://www.laserpubs.com/techcomm

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