Need help with Recall Alignment Program

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  • Need help with Recall Alignment Program

    I am covering my coworker who is far more experienced with CMM programming. I usually start program with point vector hit following dcc alignment to locate my part on machine. He made program differently. Anyways i have to check few big blocks using his program but i don't how to locate part on cmm. I am attaching a picture of how his program look like. Please if someone can tell me step by step how to get this program started.
    If i start this program it instantly gave an error - POSITION OUT OF MACHINE STROKE LIMIT.

    Thankyou in advance
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    Are you sure this program has previously ran on-line? I don't see any recalled external alignment (It switches to DCC mode directly from the startup alignment).

    And it seems like the theo values match the cad model, so I will make a copy and execute it in off-line mode if it runs properly
    I would incorporate a read point alignment or any sort of manual alignment.
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    • AJAYS
      AJAYS commented
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      YES. It was ran previously. That's what confuses me that program starts directly from DCC mode.

  • #3
    The simplest solution would be to change it to Manual Mode and then add DCC after the MAIN alignment, but make sure that there is a DCC alignment afterward.
    PC-DMIS 2016.0 SP8

    Jeff

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    • AJAYS
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      So i should take a manual alignment and then copy paste same alignment after dcc mode activates? or should i make different alignment then manual alignment.

  • #4
    Originally posted by AJAYS View Post
    So i should take a manual alignment and then copy paste same alignment after dcc mode activates? or should i make different alignment then manual alignment.
    You could copy and paste the same alignments, but change the names of the features and alignments. Also in the first DCC alignment, make sure it recalls the previous alignment and not the STARTUP.
    PC-DMIS 2016.0 SP8

    Jeff

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