CNC g-code file transfer and DNC software

DNC / file transfer settings for Mazak M32


These settings are not for Mazatrol files.

Set the following parameters on the machine:

Parameter
Value
G192
G203
G220
G233
G241
G250
G260
G270
G280
G293

To set the CNC up for drip feed:
---drip feed not available on this control---


Set ConnectCNC as follows:

Common Settings
NameMazak M32
Baudrate4800
Data bits7
Stop bits2
ParityEven
Flow controlHardware
Xon Char.17
Xoff char.19
Portas available

Send Settings
Header String 
Trailer String 
End of Line Sequence
Recognize custom EOL  
Replace 
 
Check "%" characterChecked. This control requires a "%" at the beginning and end of your programs.
Skip empty linesuser's choice
Skip line numbersuser's choice
Skip non printable bytesuser's choice
Skip commentscheck "(...)" if required
Default folderFolder in which you store this machine's programs
Start transfer delayuser's choice

Receive Settings
Header String 
Trailer String 
End of Line Sequence
Recognize custom EOL 
Replace (checked)13,10
 
Check "%" characterChecked. This control requires a "%" at the beginning and end of your programs.
Skip empty linesuser's choice
Skip line numbersuser's choice
Skip non printable bytesuser's choice
Skip comments check "(...)" if required
Default folderFolder in which you store this machine's programs
Start transfer delayuser's choice

Cable Pin Out

Cable pinout for connecting Mazak M32

Sometimes file transfer will not run, even if all the settings are correct.
The following procedure may correct the problem, especially if you’re running the machine via DNC:
Check to make sure your FIFO buffers disabled on the PC.
You access the settings in Control Panel -> System -> Hardware tab -> Device Manager.
Find your COM ports and double click the one you're communicating with.
Click the tab for Port Settings then Advanced. Uncheck the FIFO buffers.
Having this turned on can cause problems with RS232 transfer, especially DNC.

Once you have ConnectCNC and your CNC machines communicating, we strongly suggest you take the following precautions:
- Download some programs, the longer the better, from your CNC to the pc. Save them under a temporary filename so you don't overwrite the original files. Examine them for errors such as dropped or changed text.
Do this for the first few programs that you use.

These settings have been collected from users of our software and machine tool distributers. We have listed them to help users of ConnectCNC to communicate between their computers and CNC controls.
Since we have no control over the many variables involved, including such things as cable conditions, modifications to machines, condition of computer hardware, etc., we take no responsibility for any damage caused to programs or machines through the use of this software.