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Post Info TOPIC: flow waterjet start up help needed


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I purchased a used Bengal flow waterjet for my students to use , set up , can run in manual (pump on , high pressure) can cut in manual jog , there are lots of parts in the system from previous owner, just can't figure out how to get it to cut a part , I run cnc plasma cam , fadal cnc machine center, it preview cut , show the path it will take , pump will start (low pressure ) just cant figure how to get it to start the actual cut on a drawn part. Thanks



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You prolly need a post processor in the same machine language as your new Jet. The G and M codes ( for example ) are most likely different for each control.

Just a thought.



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