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CNC programming

CNC programming

CNC programming training program introduces participants to the basics of CNC programming, characteristics and reference points of CNC machines, coordinate systems and tools. After the basic part, the participants are familiarizing with the control unit of turning machine CTX 310 eco and control unit of milling machine DMC 635 V eco. On each machine participantsdo practical work, to develop pieces, and quality control (10 examples for each machine).


Content:

1. BASICS OF CNC PROGRAMMING

1.1.CNC machines characteristics
1.2.Programming flowchart
1.3.Programming of CNC machines
1.4.Reference points of CNC machines (lathe machine, milling machine)
1.5.Coordinate system of CNCmachines
1.6.The absolute and incremental coordinate system
1.7.Zero point shift
1.8.Tools for CNC machines(tools for lathes and milling machines, tool holdertypes…)

2. CONTROL UNIT OF TURNING MACHINE CTX 310 eco

2.1.The address control unit of the machine
2.2.Machine control unit
2.3.Horizontal function keyboard
2.4.Work area of SINUMERIK 810 D powerline
2.5.Lathes tools list and tools correction
2.6.Tools storage and tools deployment
2.7.WORK OFFSET function, the zero point shift 2.8.The process of tools calibration
2.9.Other additional machine features
2.10.Practical work on making the piece and piece quality control (10 examples)
2.11.Turning operation mode table
2.12.Table of standard metric thread
2.13.Tables of standard tolerance


3. CONTROL UNIT OFMILLING MACHINE DMC 635 V eco

3.1. The address control unit of the machine
3.2. Machine controlunit
3.3. Horizontal function keyboard
3.4. Work area of SINUMERIK 810 D powerline
3.5. Milling tools list and tools correction
3.6. Tools storage and tools deployment
3.7. WORK OFFSETfunction, the zero point shift
3.8. The process of tools calibration
3.9. Other additional machine features of the
3.10. Practical work on making the piece and piece quality control (10 examples)
3.11. Milling operating mode table
3.12. Table of standard metric thread
3.13. Tables of standard tolerance