Spindle <SPINDL>


<SPINDL> command passes spindle control parameters. <SPINDLE> command is used to define spindle rotation frequency or range of frequencies, surface speed, etc.

 

Command:

SPINDL ON(71)|OFF(72)|ORIENT(246), NO n, K k,

       MODE RPM(0)|RANGE(1)|CSS(2) {, SPEED c}

 

Parameters:

Parameter

CLD array

Description

ON(71)
OFF(72) ORIENT(246)

CLD[1]

CLD.OnOff

Command type:

ON(71) – spindle rotation on,

OFF(72) – spindle rotation off,

ORIENT(246) – oriented spindle stop.

n

CLD[2]

CLD.NO

Rotation frequency, spindle rotation  angle or maximum spindle rotation frequency in CSS mode.

k

CLD[3]

CLD.K

Range of rotation frequencies.

RPM(0)

RANGE(1)

CSS(2)

CLD[4]

CLD.Mode

Mode of the rotation frequency definition:

RPM(0) – revolutions per minute,

RANGE(1) – range of spindle rotation frequencies,

CSS(2) – constant surface speed mode.

c

CLD[5]

CLD.CSS

Constant surface speed value for the CSS mode.

 

To create ISO postprocessor using masks use ISO.M values which correspond to <SPINDL> parameters.

CLD parameter

ISO value

CLD[1] = 71

ISO.M = 3

CLD[1] = 72

ISO.M = 5

 

 

 

See also:

Technology commands description