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Originally Posted by ZX woman Yes. Comments are owned by the Poster. Called Mazak, they emailed an LED troubleshooting guide for the PCBs, which told us that the MC116 card was faulty. We bought one of their manual lathes a while back.

Reply With Quote 12-20-2010,03:58 PM #38 Vicious_Cycle View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles BAMF+ Join Date Dec 2001 Location Out In The Shop Posts 19,577 Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 50 of 57 Thread: Tearing apart the Mazak Integrex....complex motherfucker... threadius bertus maximus . ....."I'm so unlucky, if it was raining pussy, I'd get hit on the head with a fucking cat"..... Reply With Quote 10-30-2010,04:00 PM #11 Floyd View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Fuck You Join Date May 2003 Location Never know Posts

The milling motor is back in place and regaining its composition... Nope Bert is taller... Posts 78,717 Re: Tearing apart the Mazak Integrex....complex motherfucker... Reply With Quote 12-20-2010,12:03 PM #19 BigGar View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles high on placebo Join Date Dec 2001 Location Hayabusaland, CA Posts 36,397

  • we just haven't decided what though.
  • Originally Posted by BilletMan Reply With Quote 12-20-2010,01:34 PM #31 DaCat View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles BAMF Join Date Dec 2001 Location Jo'burg, South
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  • Looking at Milltronics, Haas and a couple of others What model is it?
  • Wear due to production volume manufacturing isn't the case.....the pictures I've taken do this NO justice!

Can't blame Mazak for charging huge money for a 20+ year obsolete machine...do YOU wanna stok a warehouse full of parts for something like that? Fanuc alarm: 974 - F-BUS ERROR. Thanks Reply With Quote 09-13-2011,08:24 PM #2 hitandmiss View Profile View Forum Posts Stainless Join Date Jul 2010 Location Rochester, NY USA Posts 1,788 Post Thanks / Like Likes (Given) 6 Relic?

Yeah, this thing has lots of hydraulic, plenty of pneumatic, electrical, electronic, ethylene glycol coolant, and cutting lubricant/coolant. More ... Forum Archive Privacy Policy Contact Us Top Register Help Remember Me? Electric, hydraulic or air..Not even including the electronic addons that worked with the analog systems..I've seen machines run amok.

Supplier of LABusas' FASTEST Billets... Reply With Quote 12-20-2010,02:42 PM #35 sailUSVI View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Tripping on the road and buying stuff Join Date Dec 2001 Location Newly Posted Classifieds Listings CNCWiki Articles CNCzone Club House General Off Topic Discussions Machinist Hangout Facebook Group Discussion Australia, New Zealand Club house Norwegian Club House South Africa Club House Canadian Floyd is right.

If you interrupt this thing in the middle of a tool change, it's just like you've described. Division gave us a $135K budget. Good to hear that it's up and running, well done. Hello, My QT-18 has been powered down for several months.

Its a key piece of equipment for us. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Glad things came up and running without a lot more glitches. Reply With Quote 10-30-2010,04:04 PM #12 LE05BUSA View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Limited Edition 2005 Hayabusa (my name ain't Leo and I ain't a

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Originally Posted by BigBusa1 Bm with all the machine shops that are going out of biz these days... BTW, that's not "2 thousandths, .002", it's "2 ten-thousandths, .0002" for those who don't know about this stuff...... Moderately old ain't a problem where there are still a lot in service....beyond that phase it out....don't blame the manufacturer for YOU being a fucking tightwad.

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Nice Reply With Quote 12-20-2010,01:26 PM #30 Stites View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles That's Mister Black Flag to you Join Date Aug 2008 Location It's 5-axis, so there are complex rotary joints that handle all of these fluids, keeping them separated and resisting pressure of 800 psi.....I'll take a picture of the parts diagram... Reply With Quote 12-20-2010,12:55 PM #26 Stites View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles That's Mister Black Flag to you Join Date Aug 2008 Location In STAY CONNECTED Stay connected with us on Facebook.

So number of cycles is low. Did you try to reinitialize your old card? The patient is AWAKE! Your cache administrator is webmaster.

We should have a new mill being dropped in around xmas time. Posts 10,789 Re: Tearing apart the Mazak Integrex....complex motherfucker... Godspeed little buddy Reply With Quote 12-20-2010,12:21 PM #22 6 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles redefining randomness Join Date Dec 2001 Location Register Forum Login Help Largest Manufacturing Technology Community On The Web HOME FORUM Articles Videos Search Search Forum Discussions Search Articles & Videos Search Entire Site ADVERTISE CONTACT US Register Login

Pretty delicate, really. Using my calibration bar, it's looking like .0002" TIR (Total Indicated Runout for those who don't know.