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    Hello-

    I am getting an error when trying to calibrate a probe.

    In the Execution Mode Options box;

    Machine Error:
    TR_OUTOL, Machine parameter out of tolerance.

    Machine Commands:
    Move Absolute to X=0 Y=0 Z=3.5

    Would anyone happen to know how to resolve this issue?

    Thanks,
    JC
    Brown & Sharpe "One"
    V. 4.0


    All I wanted was a PEPSI !

  • #2
    Check your alignments and see if something is missing or messed up. You get this error when you ask the machine to move to a point that is outside it's travel limits.

    Craig
    <internet bumper sticker goes here>

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    • #3
      Click yes on the box that asks if CMM has been moved, then take the Manual hit. It should correct itself.
      sigpicSummer Time. Gotta Love it!

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      • #4
        Thank you!
        Brown & Sharpe "One"
        V. 4.0


        All I wanted was a PEPSI !

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        • #5
          I'm having the same problems between a program. I could run a program for one part then when I put another part on it would give me the same message.
          What could this be. I checked my alignments and they are right. My probe tip is located in the middle of the machine when this happens.

          Thanks,
          QAlabuser

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          • #6
            Try hitting "f5", go into the "setup options" and into "Part/Machine" and tick the "Display Absolute Speeds" box and run your program. I've a PFX that will give this error if this box isn't ticked and a Global and Mistral that gives this error if it is ticked.
            sigpic
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            • #7
              Good Morning,
              What happens, is that you measure a part in body cordinate position (or this has happened to me) and for what ever reason, it didn't clear after the program ran. Whether I stopped the cycle or just running after writing, this can happen without any operator intervention. Usually just restarting the cal or prg will fix this error.

              A.Gore
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