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6.6.3 ObjectType Description ToC Previous Next

6.6.3.1 CncMessage ToC

CncChannelType may generate events of type CncMessageType to provide channel specific information messages (for instance triggered out of CNC part program).

6.6.3.2 GeneralModelChangeEvent ToC

CncChannelType may generate events of type GeneralModelChangeEventType defined in OPC 10000-3 to inform Clients when CncSpindle or CncAxis Objects have been added or removed from a CncChannelType instance.

6.6.3.3 NodeVersion ToC

The optional Property NodeVersion shall be present if the Server emits GeneralModelChangeEvents for the Object of type CncChannelType. The NodeVersion Property and the relation to GeneralModelChangeEvents are defined in OPC 10000-3.

6.6.3.4 CncAxis ToC

CNC axis object.

6.6.3.5 CncSpindle ToC

CNC spindle object.

6.6.3.6 ActFeedrate ToC

Feedrate actual value.

6.6.3.7 ActJogIncrement ToC

Active JOG increment, i.e. a position increment that is executed with each user jog command. Usually, there are predefined increments given (1/10, 1/100, 1/1000 position increment in the selected physical unit), but a continuous jog mode and a jog mode with variable increment are possible, too. A continuous jog mode is indicated with a jog increment value of -1, all other jog increments are given as real increments in the appropriate units.

6.6.3.8 ActGFunctions ToC

Array of active G functions; there can be several G functions active at a time (modal and non-modal G functions).

6.6.3.9 ActMainProgramFile ToC

Path of active CNC main program.

6.6.3.10 ActMainProgramFileOffset ToC

File offset of active CNC main program file (corresponds to the number of line feeds).

6.6.3.11 ActMainProgramName ToC

Name of active CNC main program.

6.6.3.12 ActMainProgramLine ToC

Line number of active CNC main program (usually defined as N<Number>).

6.6.3.13 ActMFunctions ToC

Array of active M functions: there can be several M functions active at a time (modal and non-modal M functions).

6.6.3.14 ActModalOffsetFunction ToC

Active zero offset function (usually G54, G55, G56 or G57; G53 repeals zero offsets).

6.6.3.15 ActOperationMode ToC

Channel’s active mode of operation. See 7.2.6 for further description of possible states.

6.6.3.16 ActOverride ToC

Axis override actual value.

6.6.3.17 ActProgramBlock ToC

Block of lines containing the previous, actual and subsequent lines of a CNC part program.

6.6.3.18 ActProgramFile ToC

Path of active CNC part program file (main or subprogram).

6.6.3.19 ActProgramFileOffset ToC

File offset of active CNC part program file (main or subprogram).

6.6.3.20 ActProgramLine ToC

Line number of active CNC part program (main or subprogram).

6.6.3.21 ActProgramName ToC

Name of active CNC part program (main or subprogram).

6.6.3.22 ActProgramStatus ToC

Active channel program status. See 7.2.5 for further description of possible states.

6.6.3.23 ActStatus ToC

Active status of channel. See 7.2.4 for further description of possible states.

6.6.3.24 BlockMode ToC

Block mode status (true in case of block mode is active, else false). With block mode active, individual program blocks are processed one by one. Each step has to be triggered by the operator.

6.6.3.25 CmdFeedrate ToC

Feedrate setpoint value.

6.6.3.26 CmdOverride ToC

Override setpoint value.

6.6.3.27 DryRunFeed ToC

Test federate.

6.6.3.28 FeedHold ToC

Feed status (true in case of feed hold active, else false).

6.6.3.29 Id ToC

Unique numeric channel identifier.

6.6.3.30 PosTcpBcsA ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian base coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point.

6.6.3.31 PosTcpBcsB ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian base coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point.

6.6.3.32 PosTcpBcsC ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian base coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point.

6.6.3.33 PosTcpBcsX ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian base coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point.

6.6.3.34 PosTcpBcsY ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian base coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point.

6.6.3.35 PosTcpBcsZ ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian base coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point.

6.6.3.36 PosTcpWcsA ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian workpiece coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point. Hence, the position corresponds to the position programmed in the CNC part program.

6.6.3.37 PosTcpWcsB ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian workpiece coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point. Hence, the position corresponds to the position programmed in the CNC part program.

6.6.3.38 PosTcpWcsC ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian workpiece coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point. Hence, the position corresponds to the position programmed in the CNC part program.

6.6.3.39 PosTcpWcsX ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian workpiece coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point. Hence, the position corresponds to the position programmed in the CNC part program.

6.6.3.40 PosTcpWcsY ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian workpiece coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point. Hence, the position corresponds to the position programmed in the CNC part program.

6.6.3.41 PosTcpWcsZ ToC

Actual position of the tool center point in machine’s Cartesian workpiece coordinate system. The tool center point is the reference point on a tool how it is considered by the CNC’s tool compensation function. If there is no tool present, the tool center point is the tool carrier zero point. Hence, the position corresponds to the position programmed in the CNC part program.

6.6.3.42 ToolId ToC

ID of active tool that has been selected (e.g. calling “T1” in the CNC part program). Returns an empty string, if no tool is present.

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