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SCM Routech 210 AL4/29
I am having some issues with calibration on an SCM Routech 210 AL with 2 vac pumps. I acquired the machine last year and flew a tech in from another state and was left with more questions than answers. I'm not sure if it's in the machine or if it's in the CV software.
I use Cabinetvision Solid 8 upon using the S2M a number of issues happen:
1: it sends additional parts such as stretchers and nailers to the nest.
Anyone else ran into this?
As for CV, why don't you want stretchers nested? I can see why you don't want nailers. It has been a long time since I used CV, but I remember being able to filter part types out of nest so that they can be cut offline. Poke around in the software, you should be able to find the filter to make that happen.
There is no touch-off on the 210. I wish there was. It's manually calibrated, and then I have to transfer the tool offsets into the software. I also have a CaMaster machine that has a touch pad that makes the entire process easier.
That was 0.2".
The additional parts I'm referring to is extra parts that don't exist in the cabinets. Meaning: if there are 3 stretcher to 1 cabinet, it will export 6 stretchers, even though they do not show up in the cabinet report.
Other things such as toe kicks will not export to the nest even though in the parts catalog it is specified to put the parts out.
Are the toe kick materials set up correctly in the materials build assembly ? In CV ?
We use different sizes. 6 5/8 for the stretcher and 5" for the nailer and 4" for the toe kick.
Tool table and spoil board cut. This is our experience with CV and Biesse. We flycut the spoilboard with a predetermined key on the controller with a given number like 18.5 and tell it we want it @ 18.25 and run the flycut at "O" which that key told the machine was the new zero, but in reality the flycutter will make it to 18.25. Then we will check the depth of the cut by the tool we change only when we change them out in the tool holder, (only once when we change out the cutters) in relation to the depth in the spoil board and enter the correction in the tool table. You should not have to fool with any settings in height once you measurements and tests are where you want to be.
I would venture to say you need to look @ your s2m printouts and count your parts. Once code is generated, I find it hard to assume the editor/controller @ the router would add or subtract parts. And we run a shit load parts
I hope this helps