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  • Calibration of probe diameter way off

    TRIED THIS WITH VOLCOMP METHOD 14 AND 0
    SHARP 2 CONTROLLER

    CAL TOOL IS 19.05... CHECKED IT

    TRIED IT WITH 2X20 THEN 5X30
    THESE ARE THE 5X30 RESULTS


    Probe file=5X30 Date=5/26/2019 Time=4:13:35 PM

    NEW SPHERE CENT X 1093.193 Y 2850.023 Z -773.128 D 19.050
    T1A0B0 THEO X 0.000 Y 0.000 Z 171.520 D 4.000
    T1A0B0 MEAS X 0.000 Y 0.000 Z 171.520 D 96.066 StdDev 0.008

    Measured probe diameter error exceeds the limits.
    T1A0B0

    LIL HELP

    2019 R1


  • #2
    Correct probe, loose probe, dirty probe, bad module. Once had a tip where the glue wasn't sticking to the ruby. Just enough glue around the hole for the stem so that the ball wouldn't fall off.

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    • #3
      I would check the unit (metric or imperial) of the creation of the sphere and the tip (4*25.4 not too far of 96...)

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      • #4
        changed tp20 body and module
        started new program in mm
        changed location of probe directory

        rebuilt probe ph10mq , convert 30mm to 8mm for autojoint (old) tp20 probe 1x10

        rebuilt cal tool 0,0,1,19.05... confirmed size

        results



        Probe file=1X10 Date=5/27/2019 Time=6:00:24 AM

        newone CENT X 1094.990 Y 2848.865 Z -852.951 D 19.050
        T1A0B0 THEO X 0.000 Y 0.000 Z 151.520 D 1.000
        T1A0B0 MEAS X 0.000 Y 0.000 Z 151.520 D 81.119 StdDev 0.001

        Measured probe diameter error exceeds the limits.
        T1A0B0

        I don't see where to change the units except when creating the program?


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        • #5
          What CMM are you using ?????
          The sphere location at Y 2850 mm ?
          Reset the tip, answer yes to "did the sphere moved", and tell us some news...

          In addition, check if you have write rights in the folder of tool.dat.

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          • #6
            cmm is a microxcel 7-10-5 pfx
            I moved the cal sphere to 3228 and the data showed that
            reset the tip

            NOT SURE ABOUT WRITE RIGHTS BUT TOOL .DAT IS IN THE INSTALL FOLDER F:\Program Files\PC-DMIS 2019 R2 64-BIT 7105

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            Probe file=1X10 Date=5/27/2019 Time=7:17:55 AM

            new ball CENT X 1094.828 Y 3228.029 Z -852.833 D 19.050
            T1A0B0 THEO X 0.000 Y 0.000 Z 151.520 D 1.000
            T1A0B0 MEAS X 0.000 Y 0.000 Z 151.520 D 81.114 StdDev 0.000

            Measured probe diameter error exceeds the limits.
            T1A0B0


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            • #7
              The only thing that is out is the probe diameter??? Never seen this

              BTW RUNNING 2019 R1
              Last edited by ytilauq; 05-27-2019, 07:48 AM. Reason: ADDED VERSION

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ytilauq View Post
                cmm is a microxcel 7-10-5 pfx
                I moved the cal sphere to 3228 and the data showed that
                reset the tip

                NOT SURE ABOUT WRITE RIGHTS BUT TOOL .DAT IS IN THE INSTALL FOLDER F:\Program Files\PC-DMIS 2019 R2 64-BIT 7105
                How can you move the sphere to Y=3228 on a cmm which has a Y axis of 1000 ?????
                I would rename the tool.dat of the install folder as tool.old, then I would try to re-create the sphere at all....



                C:\ProgramData\HEXAGON\PC-DMIS\2019 R1 : tool.dat should be here...

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                • #9
                  As I just purchased this machine used and was given a usb with what I think is bum Downl>oad and Comp.dat files ... I thank ou for your efforts adn will get back to you once I get the correct files
                  Thanx for all your help so far Jeff

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                  • #10
                    You're welcome, I hope you will find the issue...

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