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    HI,
    Just wondering why whenever I rotate the probe in the middle of the program it doesn't rotate complete angle for example: TIP/T1A0B0, SHANKIJK=.0016, -.0008, 1 ANGLE .1377 why is not

  • #2
    HI,
    Just wondering why whenever I rotate the probe in the middle of the program it doesn't rotate complete angle for example: TIP/T1A0B0, SHANKIJK=.0016, -.0008, 1 ANGLE .1377 why is not TIP/T1A0B0, SHANKIJK= 0, 0, 1 ANGLE 0

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    • #3
      I would say it rotates to the complete angle, but the angle is a defect from the master probe.
      If you reset to theo, answer yes the sphere moved, angle should be 0. (but do it only ith your master probe !)

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      • #4
        All my probes are doing the same thing.

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        • #5
          So it's time to choose a "master probe", calibrate it, and then calibrate all your probes...

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          • Douglas
            Douglas commented
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            I get in arguments every time I suggest an actual physical master probe, been using one since the 90's but others with 1 year experience keep telling me how dumb it is

        • #6
          Douglas : it's easy for me to understand them, because I thought it long time ago...

          Let them playing with offset growing after each cycle homing / calibration and they will understand !!!!!

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          • Schrocknroll
            Schrocknroll commented
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            I've seen shops where the theoretical vs measured offsets for the probes were out by several inches. They just measure any new probe angle with Man+DCC and thought that was normal.

        • #7
          Sounds great, I did the master probe and calibrated all the probes but still having the same thing. any probe I use after the alignment doesn't read complete angle.

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