This setting defines the distance, in inches or mm, between the slave rotary axis center and the Z-Axis machine zero position. This is similar to Setting 257, except that a value in this setting also specifies that the value refers to the slave rotary axis. This setting overrides Setting 257.
Master/Slave axis definition: Typically, when (2) rotary axes control the orientation of a table, one rotary mechanism (for example, a rotary table) sits on top of another rotary mechanism (for example, a tilting trunnion). The rotation mechanism at the bottom comprises the master axis (which remains parallel to one of the machine s linear axes at all times), and the rotation mechanism at the top comprises the slave axis (which has a varying orientation to the machine s axes).
|When touching off tools or working on the stationary table, make sure the tilt axis is at 0 degrees (A0 or B0).|
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