Notes
The types of data that you can access in the tool offset table depends on the type of:
CNC (M, T or Power Mate) and
Tool offset memory (A, B, or C)
that you purchased for your CNC.
The Series 160i/180i W CNC, when using FOCA/HSSB, does not support tool offset data.
Data type details. 

Number of allowed tool offsets for series. 

Significant digits before and after a decimal point. 
Data type details
Machining Series – Memory Type A (including Power Mate and Series 300i/310i/320i ). 

Machining Series – Memory Type B 

Machining Series – Memory Type C 

Lathe Series / Tool Offset – Memory Type A 

Lathe Series – Memory Type B 
Number of allowed tool offsets for series
The total number of tool offsets that you can access for each memory type depends upon the number of tool offsets that you have purchased for your CNC.
The number of allowed tool offsets for series are:
CNC 
Total number of allowed Tool offsets 
Series 150/150i M 
32, 99, 200, 499, or 999 
Series 150 T 
32, 64, or 160 
Series 150TT 
16, 32 or 80 (each path) 
Series 160/180210, 160i/180i/210i, 0i M 
32, 64, 99, 200, 400, 499 or 999 
Series 160/180/210, 160i/180i/210i, 0i T 
16, 32, 64, or 99 
Series 300i/310i/320i 
16, 32, 64, 99, 200, 400, 499, 999 or 2000 
Power Mate H 
99 
Power Mate i 
32, 64, 99, 200, 400, 499 or 999 
Significant digits before and after a decimal point
The number of significant digits you can enter before and after the decimal point include the following.
For 
Number of Digits 

Linear axis 
Before and after the decimal point 
Is a function of the current input unit. 

Example Millimeters vs. Inches 

Inches 
Before the decimal point 
Up to 3 digits 

After the decimal point 
4 digits 

Example 999.9999 is valid. 9999.9999 is not valid. 

Millimeters 
Before the decimal point 
Up to 4 digits 

After the decimal point 
3 digits 
Note: The Power Mate control only supports Machining Series memory type A.
Supported data Types. 