|1||ER-00013078||One additional motor|
Feature allows to add 1 additional motor to the three motors available in the basic set of options. The maximum number of available motors with this feature is 4.
Feature can be used only once. If the feature is already included in the package, then a separate purchase of the same feature is not possible. If you need more than 4 engines, use the "Unlimited motors number" option instead.
|2||ER-00013073||Unlimited motors||The option allows you to use as many motors as the current controller can support.||+||+||+||+||+||+||+||+|
|3||ER-00013074||Idle speed adjustment||G0 moves are always performed at maximum speed, but this is not always convenient, especially when debugging a control program. This option allows you to redefine the speed of idle crossings (G0) during the operation of the machine, without resorting to editing the parameters of the axes.||+||+||+||+||+||+|
|4||ER-00013095||Coordinate system rotation by G-code||Option allows to use special G-code which rotates coordinate system by specified angle. The coordinate system alignment module allows to rotate the machine coordinate system in the XY plane if the workpiece is mounted on a table not strictly parallel to the machine axes. The alignment operation is carried out at two points on one side of the workpiece or by entering the value of the angle of rotation of the coordinate system. Most applicable for thermal cutting of sheet material. Without this option, the use of coordinate system rotation in the G10 command is not available.||+||+||+||+||+||+|
|5||ER-00013098||Permission to use axes U, V and W||The option allows the use of additional linear axes U, V and W. These axes can be used to control the rigging of the machine and other auxiliary movements. Caution, the U, V, and W axes do not support circular interpolation.||+||+|
|6||ER-00013100||Quick start G-Code from an arbitrary line||The time spent on preparing the trajectory planner to run from an arbitrary line will be significantly less. The larger the file, the greater the effect of this feature. Recommended for milling machines.||+||+||+||+||+||+|
|7||ER-00013075||Performing G-Code backwards||The option allows running the G-Code in any direction from any line in the backward direction. In case of emergency, this function will help you to easily go back a little, moving strictly along the trajectory, so that you can continue processing later.||+||+||+||+||+||+|
|8||ER-00013099||Continuation of the G-Code from the middle of the trajectory (frame)||The option allows you to resume the execution of the control program directly from the place where it was stopped by the STOP command or by the operation of special inputs, such as a "sensor for the door of the protective cabin" or "metal touch sensor with a plasma torch." In this case, the machine makes a regular (non-emergency) stop and the coordinates of the stop point are remembered. After that, you can move the machine as you like, including adjusting it to a convenient place and removing chips from the cutter or completely replacing it. Now just press “Start” and the machine itself will return to the stopping point and continue to execute the G-Code. In this case, the return to the starting point of execution will be made according to the selected mode of return to the trajectory.||+||+||+||+||+||+||+|
|9||ER-00013094||G-Code runtime calculation||This option allows you to calculate the time remaining until the end of the G-Code. It takes into account the dynamics of the machine and the interpolation algorithms that will be used during operation, which allows to achieve high accuracy of calculations. In addition, the remaining time is instantly recalculated if the user adjusts the feed rate or idle speed during operation.||+||+||+||+||+||+||+|
|10||Calculation of runtime macros M3, M5 (function in development)||The option allows you to calculate the total run time of the UE taking into account the run time of macros M3, M5. This mode is interesting mainly for thermal cutting machines, for which the machine tool can contain a large number of M3/M5 commands, and the execution of each of them can be quite lengthy. In this case, it is possible both to manually set the duration of the M3 and M5 commands, and automatic detection. In this case, the system itself measures and averages the execution time of these commands and takes them into account when calculating the execution time of the G-Code.||+||+|
|11||ER-00013077||Output Control Commands M10/M11||This option allows you to use special commands M10 and M11 to instantly turn on/off the digital output without slowing down the movement on the machine. The execution of any macro by default requires a complete stop of the machine movement: as soon as PUMOTIX encounters any M-command, then all the movements specified before the M-command are executed to the end, then the M-command is executed on the stopped machine, and then the movement resumes. M10 and M11 are the only codes that allow you to control outputs on the fly. If between two motion blocks PUMOTIX finds M10 or M11, then the movement between the previous and subsequent commands will be as if there is no M-command between them, but when the machine passes exactly between these commands, the corresponding output will be turned on (M10) or off (M11).||+||+|
|12||ER-00013076||Background operations||The option allows you to create macros that will run in the background, that is, in parallel with the operation of the main program (for example, for intermittent coolant control, monitoring of temperature sensors, etc.).||+||+||+|
|13||ER-00013080||Create and edit macros|
By default, only standard macro modifications are available in the system. This option allows you to remove the restriction on editing standard macros and makes it possible to create your own.
The feature does not include the function of editing the tool change macro! (M6)
|14||ER-00014407||Dynamical motor to axis assignment|
The option allows to attach or detach motors to axis using macro commands. This feature may be useful for cnc machines with two or more heads. For example it is possible to modify M6 tool change macro to move previous tool to parking position, change active motors connected to another tool support for Z and X axes.
For this option to work, you must also purchase the option "Create and edit macros."
|15||ER-00013081||Connection of several Clients to one Server||By default, only one Client (graphical user interface) can be connected to the Server (control part). This option allows you to connect 2 or more Clients to the same Server, both local (running within the same computer) and remote (running on different computers in the local or global network). The first connected gets full control at once, the rest only reads with the ability to get password control.||+||+|
|16||ER-00013824||MODBUS protocol support||The feature allows to communicate with devices by the MODBUS protocol via RS-485 bus.||+||+||+|
|17||ER-00014406||Analog inputs support||Option allows to enable analog (ADC) inputs support if available in hardware.||+||+|
|18||ER-00013103||Plasma cutting server mode||The feature allows to control the plasma cutting mode. Option is the minimum necessary for starting a plasma cutting machine.||+||+||+||+||+|
|19||ER-00013087||Library of cutting parameters|
When this option is activated, an empty library of plasma cutting parameters becomes available for use, which the machine operator is invited to fill out independently. The library allows you to create, edit, save and restore large sets of parameters with one click for cutting various types of materials.
For this option to work, you must also purchase the option "Ignoring Z and F from UP".
|20||ER-00013088||Smart Burn option||The Smart Burn option allows reducing the wear of consumables by reducing the contamination of the protective screen with molten metal spatter during the burning of thick materials.||+||+||+|
|21||ER-00013089||Perfect Hole Option||The option provides much higher quality cutting holes through the use of additional parameters. When using the “Perfect Hole” option, the cut quality becomes comparable to using laser cutting.||+||+||+|
|22||ER-00013097||Lock regulation.||This option includes a full set of THC control locks in the plasma cutting mode, namely: overvoltage lock, lock to reduce the nominal speed, macro lock from G-Code.||+||+||+||+|
|23||ER-00013091||Probing radius||This option significantly saves the execution time of the control unit, in which there are many small closed loops, by skipping the metal search stage if the previous ignition was carried out in relative proximity to the current one.||+||+||+|
|24||ER-00013102||Biphasic probing||This option allows you to speed up the standard probing procedure by indicating the safe distance to which the tool will be brought up at an increased speed. With a large number of insertion points, this option can significantly save time spent on the torch leading to the workpiece contact point.||+||+||+|
|25||ER-00013092||Nesting simulation||The option allows you to pass the G-Code without issuing commands to ignite the arc. The function has a number of parameters, such as simulation speed, height, and also allows you to evaluate the dimensions of the product and make sure that it fits on the sheet. Additionally, the option allows you to mark a thick sheet for drilling holes for tapping, stopping above each tapping point for marking by the operator.||+||+||+|
|26||ER-00013093||Smart start from the middle|
When starting G-Code from the middle of the File, the system will not perform a standard countdown of the burn delay after the ArcOk signal is resolved, but will immediately begin to move along the contour. Such a mechanism makes it possible to make an almost perfect joint without thickening at the starting point.
For this option to work, it is also necessary to purchase the option "Continuation of the G-Code from the middle of the path (frame)".
|27||ER-00013096||Ignoring Z and F commands from G-Code||The option allows you to disable in the system in the plasma or gas-oxygen cutting mode the interpretation of the movement commands along the Z axis and the job feed F from the text of the control program. Thus, all movements along the Z axis and the feedrate F are completely controlled by the parameters available in the program interface.||+||+||+||+|
|28||ER-00013090||Pipe cutting||The option is designed for figured machining and cutting pipes for the manufacture of piles, tees, tie-ins, etc. When using the option, the rotation speed is adjusted depending on the current torch height, which allows you to save the specified cutting speed on the surface of the workpiece, which has a non-cylindrical shape.||+||+|
|29||ER-00015305||Automatic zoned down draft air table control||The feature allows to use the automatic zoned down draft air table control of a plasma cutting machine. A table can consist of an arbitrary number of rectangular zones with custom sizes. Tracking torch position is carried out by machine coordinates. The valves of the zones and the aspirator are controlled through special output signals.||+|
|30||ER-00013104||Oxy-fuel cutting server mode||The feature allows to control the oxy-fuel cutting mode. This module includes advanced algorithms for automatic control of gas supply valves. The system controls the sequence of turning on and off the gases, minimizing possible operator errors.||+||+|
|31||ER-00013079||Drilling Cycle Support||Option allows to use all supported drilling cycles. The option is required to use G73, G81, G82, G83, G85, G89 commands.||+||+|
|32||ER-00013084||Auto Tool Change|
Automatic tool change on CNC machines is performed by special mechanisms with a high response speed for maximum process optimization without operator intervention. This option improves productivity, helps reduce downtime and the time it takes to change a tool. The tool change algorithm can be changed by editing the M6 macro as you like.
The feature allowa you to edit the tool change macro (M6)! Doesn't require the active feature "Create and edit macros"!
|33||ER-00013085||Automatical spinle speed overriding||When the feature is turned on a spindle speed override coefficient will be automatically adjusted when a feed rate override coefficient is changed to keep cutting speed constant. This feature is only compatible with milling machines and does not support threading.||+||+|
|34||ER-00013061||Rotary axis A in index mode||Rotary machining using the rotary axis A is permitted only separately from the XYZ triple.||+|
|35||ER-00013086||Multi-axis index processing|
In index multi-axis machining, the rotary axes work separately from the linear ones, orienting the workpiece with the desired side to the processing tool. Between turns follows the usual three-axis machining.
Includes the "Rotary axis A in index mode" option.
|36||ER-00013083||Multi-axis continuous machining|
With multi-axis continuous machining, the rotary axes work continuously, together with the linear axes. Strategies for continuous multi-axis machining of parts allow machining of products with the side surface of the cutter, the end surface of the cutter, at a given angle of the cutter to the surface being machined.
Includes the "Rotary axis A in index mode" and the"Multi-axis index processing" options.
- Milling, rotary axis (ER-00013105).
- 5-axis (index) (ER-00013106).
- 5-axis (cont) (ER-00013107).
- Full milling package (ER-00013108).
- Basic milling package (ER-00013109).
- Plasma + Pipe Cutter (ER-00013110).
- Plasma-Gas (ER-00013114).
- Plasma full (ER-00013113).
- Plasma advanced (ER-00013112).
- Plasma base (ER-00013111).
- Milling (FULL).
- Thermal cutting (FULL).