Help! ACR3

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    Did anyone use ACR3 ever before? If so, could u give me some supports about how to use ACR3 with PCDMIS! Or ,if u can give me some manuals, I'd really very appreciate your help! Thanks!
    The content mind is the greatest happiness a man can enjoy in the world.......

    SHEFFIELD CMM
    PCDMIS V3.7/V4.1/V4.2........

  • #2
    Same as other racks

    I've used it, many times. You did not ask about calibrating it, that's a little bit of a pain compared to some other racks. It involves using a feeler gauage in slot 1 and touching off on top and in front, before proceeded to probe other slots in DCC.

    Using the rack itself is no different than others. You simply need a LoadProbe statement in your program, and have the proper probes defined in the slots.

    is it calibration you are having questions on? If so, which part of it?

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    • #3
      not like SCR200\MCR20

      Thanks! Yes, it's a painful job to calibrate it. We bought the rack but no one could use it for it would go a wrong way after we calibrated it by the guiding steps in the pcdmis. We can finish the calibration, but it will go a wrong way when we do a LoadProbe statement in my program. Does anyone now why??
      The content mind is the greatest happiness a man can enjoy in the world.......

      SHEFFIELD CMM
      PCDMIS V3.7/V4.1/V4.2........

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      • #4
        Please elaborate

        What do you mean "it goes a wrong way"? Where does it go? Dos it do this when dropping off a probe, picking up a probe, or both? Does it happen before or after?

        Did you define the Move Point (one of the calibration tabs)? Does it move toward the machine's origin?

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        • #5
          How do I "Inhibit the probe tip"? The ACR3 instructions recommend that I do this in PC-DMIS, but I don't know how. Help please.

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