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CNC CoNtroLs DrIvE systEMs LAsEr systEMs sErvICE MANUAL GUIDE i Turning made easy
CNC CoNtroLs DrIvE systEMs LAsEr systEMs sErvICE MANUAL GUIDE i Turning made easy

MANUAL GUIDE i

Turning made easy

CNC CoNtroLs DrIvE systEMs LAsEr systEMs sErvICE MANUAL GUIDE i Turning made easy
CNC CoNtroLs DrIvE systEMs LAsEr systEMs sErvICE MANUAL GUIDE i Turning made easy

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Manual Guide i – Turning

 

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Introduction

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The CNC controller and operating panel

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Main screen of MaNual GuIde i

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Basic program functions

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4.1 4.1 ediT operating mode

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4.1.1 Creating a new program

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4.1.2 Program list

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4.1.3 Changing the program

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4.2 MeM operating mode

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4.2.1 Graphically simulating the program

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4.2.2 Converting the program to iSO format

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4.2.3 Changing the program

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4.3 JOG operating mode

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General information

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5.1 lathe co-ordinate system

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5.2 Zero point selection

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ISO programming

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Tools and offsetting

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Programming examples

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8.1 example 1

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8.2 example 2

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8.3 example 3

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8.4 example 4

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1. introduction

user-friendly shop floor programming

Manual Guide i , the user-friendly software for shop floor programming, makes it easier for you to operate the machine. The innovative programming enables development from a drawing to a production part in a very short time. Thanks to Manual Guide i , FanuC CnCs can be programmed, very easily and quickly, for turning, milling and compound machining. Self-explanatory menus and graphic simulations guide the user through the programming, producing highly efficient results even for complex machining processes.

The FanuC Manual Guide i software is based on the iSO code format and has an ergonomic CnC user interface for programming cycles. it uses a Graphical user interface with user-friendly icons which allow you to interactively create part programs in just a few steps. all of the relevant information is displayed on one CnC screen. Having to constantly change between screens is thus avoided as is the risk of getting lost in the numerous pop-up screens.

This training book will give you an overview of Manual Guide i software for the programming of lathe applications, including three practical programming examples. it was developed by specialists and will facilitate your introduction to Manual Guide i software. You will be ready to program even complicated parts with Manual Guide i once you have worked your way through the three examples.

We wish you lots of fun and success when programming. We would be delighted to hear from you if you have any suggestions relating to this training document.

when programming. We would be delighted to hear from you if you have any suggestions relating

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2. The CnC controller and operating panel

The programming software Manual Guide i runs on all Series i CnC con- trollers from FanuC. in this way we have combined the highest reliability with uncomplicated shop floor pro- gramming. The targeted end result is high machine availability as well as quicker work progress.

Series 16 i /18i /21i -Model B CNC Series 30 i /31i /32i CNC FaNuC
Series 16 i /18i /21i -Model B CNC
Series 30 i /31i /32i CNC
FaNuC operating panel

The following CnC controller keys that are often used when working with Manual Guide i :

entering data

entering data

Confirming entered data

Confirming entered data

Modifying existing data

Modifying existing data

deleting entry to the left

deleting entry to the left

deleting data, e.g. a line

deleting data, e.g. a line

Scrolling page up/down

Scrolling page up/downexisting data deleting entry to the left deleting data, e.g. a line Moving the cursor in

Moving the cursor in the direction of the arrow

Moving the cursor in the direction of the arrowentered data Modifying existing data deleting entry to the left deleting data, e.g. a line Scrolling

Moving the cursor in the direction of the arrow
Moving the cursor in the direction of the arrow

Manual Guide i is started by pressing

Scrolling page up/down Moving the cursor in the direction of the arrow Manual Guide i is

key.

3. Main screen of Manual Guide i

The person using the CnC controller with Manual Guide i will find that all of the important information is well laid out and easy to see on the main screen. The screen is subdivided into four areas:

Machine information Program input High quality editor Position of the axes auxiliary function Residual path
Machine information
Program input
High quality editor
Position of the axes
auxiliary function
Residual path
alarm function
Spindle speed
load display
Feed
Modal G code
Turning simulation in 2d and 3d
Soft keys

lathe-specificspeed load display Feed Modal G code Turning simulation in 2d and 3d Soft keys Self-explanatory

Self-explanatorySpindle speed load display Feed Modal G code Turning simulation in 2d and 3d Soft keys

intuitivespeed load display Feed Modal G code Turning simulation in 2d and 3d Soft keys lathe-specific

4. Basic program functions

The following three main operating modes are available to the user:

edIT (create or change a new program) (create or change a new program)

MeM (execute or graphically simulate a program) (execute or graphically simulate a program)

JOG (manual operation). (manual operation).

4.1 edIT operating mode

The ediT operating mode has clear and self-explanatory menus. The user can select from among the fol- lowing: create, change, copy, delete a new program as well as input or display the program on an exter- nal data carrier.

using the soft keys, you can select all other menus from the main menu.

soft keys, you can select all other menus from the main menu. uncomplicated selection thanks to

uncomplicated selection thanks to the soft keys:

soft keys, you can select all other menus from the main menu. uncomplicated selection thanks to
soft keys, you can select all other menus from the main menu. uncomplicated selection thanks to
soft keys, you can select all other menus from the main menu. uncomplicated selection thanks to

examples

Selecting via the menus, the example of the machining cycles. Cycle selection for all operating modes, e.g.:

Turning Residual Machining Grooving Threading drilling
Turning
Residual Machining
Grooving
Threading
drilling

Self-explanatory, easy-to-use data input menu for the turning cycle:

Residual Machining Grooving Threading drilling Self-explanatory, easy-to-use data input menu for the turning cycle: 9

4.1 ediT operating mode

4.1.1 Creating a new program

To create a new program, press the soft key “ n ew Program”

create a new program, press the soft key “ n ew Program” Then enter a program

Then enter a program number between 1 and 9999, e.g.: 100 and press the soft key “CReaT e”. The program no. 100 is opened.

the soft key “CReaT e”. The program no. 100 is opened. if a program number has

if a program number has already been allocated, it is indicated by a corresponding message.

The new program is entered as follows:

STaRTmessage. The new program is entered as follows: CYCle eNd each cycle consists of the following

CYClemessage. The new program is entered as follows: STaRT eNd each cycle consists of the following

eNdmessage. The new program is entered as follows: STaRT CYCle each cycle consists of the following

each cycle consists of the following two parts:

Cutting conditionsentered as follows: STaRT CYCle eNd each cycle consists of the following two parts: Geometric data

Geometric data (workpiece contour)new program is entered as follows: STaRT CYCle eNd each cycle consists of the following two

Program start:

Program start: STaRT a personal template can be predefined for the program start and be simply

STaRT

a personal template can be predefined for the program start and be simply called up by pressing the soft key “STaRT“ in the Selection menu.

pressing the soft key “STaRT“ in the Selection menu. The required data for workpiece machin- ing
pressing the soft key “STaRT“ in the Selection menu. The required data for workpiece machin- ing

The required data for workpiece machin- ing is entered step by step. The diagram of the program start with the description of the blank part for graphical simulation as well as tool function or replacement are repeated with minor modifications.

The controller allows you to store recurring program parts as a template in the start menu and to easily call them up as required. Typical application examples are: program start, tool function or tool replacement and program end.

start, tool function or tool replacement and program end. The blank part definition has its own

The blank part definition has its own selection and input menu.

tool function or tool replacement and program end. The blank part definition has its own selection

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4.1 ediT operating mode

Machining:

4.1 ediT operating mode Machining: CYCle There are a wide variety of machining cycles available for

CYCle

There are a wide variety of machining cycles available for lathe machining. To select the required cycle press the soft key CYCle.

To select the required cycle press the soft key CYCle . Selection is uncomplicated as can

Selection is uncomplicated as can be seen in the illustration below. in this example the exterior of a cylindrical blank part is being machined. The corresponding menu is selected via the cursor and confirmed by pressing the soft key “SeleCT”. The cutting conditions menu then appears on the screen.

”. The cutting conditions menu then appears on the screen. Cutting conditions The cutting conditions are

Cutting conditions

The cutting conditions are entered into the following screen mask:

conditions are entered into the following screen mask: after the cutting conditions have been entered, the

after the cutting conditions have been entered, the contour description screen mask automatically appears.

Workpiece contour for the cycle example of workpiece The workpiece contour to be machined is

Workpiece contour for the cycle

example of workpiece

The workpiece contour to be machined is geometrically described as per the drawing. normally this figure can only be programmed by an experienced programmer. This problem can be easily solved with the Manual Guide i.

The workpiece contour is described with the help of the following soft keys:

is described with the help of the following soft keys: in the illustration below you can
is described with the help of the following soft keys: in the illustration below you can
is described with the help of the following soft keys: in the illustration below you can

in the illustration below you can see the entries for radius 40 of the previous example.

Only the positions seen in the drawing for the centre point and the radius are entered. The finish points are unknown.

Only the positions seen in the drawing for the centre point and the radius are entered.

4.1 ediT operating mode

4.1 ediT operating mode The following entries were required for the example: 1. 2 . 3.
4.1 ediT operating mode The following entries were required for the example: 1. 2 . 3.

The following entries were required for the example:

1.

2.

3.

4.

Contour start

X20 Z0

end Z-15 Z-15

Radius R40 Radius Centre X100 Z-15 last connection TanGenTS Next connection TanGenTS Centre X100 Z-15 last connection TanGenTS Next connection TanGenTS

Radius R14 Radius Next connection TanGenTS Next connection TanGenTS

5.

6.

7.

The adjacent graphics automatically appear, once the entry is complete. You can track the previously entered contour elements at the top of the screen.

unknown transitions are automatically calcu- lated by the CnC.

The finished workpiece contour displayed on the screen.

end X70 Z-70 X70 Z-70

Close end Z0 end Z0

Contur end X20 Z0 end X20 Z0

The above workpiece contour is described with a few simple entries!

The workpiece contour also has the option of being stored as a separate subprogram so that the figure can be used for multiple operations, e.g. roughing and finishing. This considerably reduces programming.

4.1.2 Program list

all the programs in the program list are displayed when the soft key “0 lIST” is pressed.

are displayed when the soft key “0 lIST” is pressed. Program list options: The following information
are displayed when the soft key “0 lIST” is pressed. Program list options: The following information

Program list options:

The following information is displayed:

program number, comment, date of creation or alteration, time, size of the program and cycle time.

NeWnew program M-CaRd Memory card

new program

M-CaRdNeW new program Memory card

Memory card

COPYCopy program all del delete all

Copy program

all delCOPY Copy program delete all

delete all

deleTedelete program SRTORd Sort programs

delete program

SRTORddeleTe delete program Sort programs

Sort programs

edCOMedit comment OPeN Open program

edit comment

OPeNedCOM edit comment Open program

Open program

SeaRCHSearch program

Search program

Program input and display

The CnC controller conveniently allows you, by means of a standard memory card, to rapidly read in/out programs and all other data such as tool offset, as well as machine and controller data. The reading in/out of data is fully controlled by the menu using the soft keys.

of data is fully controlled by the menu using the soft keys. The content of the

The content of the memory card can also be displayed on the CnC controller screen. This guarantees an unrestricted, uncomplicated and above all a quick data exchange.

4.1 ediT operating mode

4.1.3 Changing the program

Press the soft key “OPeN” to display and subsequently make changes to the program.

By pressing the soft key “alTeR”‚ cycles are reconverted into the original input menu.

‚ cycles are reconverted into the original input menu. in the following example, the cycle G1120:

in the following example, the cycle G1120: TURNING (OUTER ROUGH) is selected. The precise meaning of the respective function is displayed in the marked field.

of the respective function is displayed in the marked field. The changes are made in the

The changes are made in the input menu and are accepted by pressing the soft key “alTeR”.

in the marked field. The changes are made in the input menu and are accepted by

4.2 MeM operating mode

4.2 MeM operating mode

Programs can be graphically simulated, executed and converted to din/iSO in this operating mode.

4.2.1 Graphically simulating the program

a program is graphically simulated in this operating mode. There are two different types of display:

a) Solid body graphical animation

types of display: a) Solid body graphical animation b) Tool path-line graphics The machining is realistically

b) Tool path-line graphics

a) Solid body graphical animation b) Tool path-line graphics The machining is realistically displayed in solid

The machining is realistically displayed in solid body animation. You see the material removal by the corresponding machining tool. The movement of the tool tip is displayed as a line in the tool path-line graphics.

Zoom Function

as a line in the tool path-line graphics. Zoom Function it is as easy to operate

it is as easy to operate as a dVd player.

Zoom Function it is as easy to operate as a dVd player. By selecting the area

By selecting the area using soft keys, detailed magnifications can be easily achieved.

easy to operate as a dVd player. By selecting the area using soft keys, detailed magnifications

4.3 JOG operating mode

4.2.2 Converting the program into ISO format

a “Manual Guide i ” program can be fully converted to a standard iSO program. Such a program is

hence not dependent on the make of the CnC controller. as a result you have the option of universally using the “Manual Guide i ” program in the entire production area.

4.2.3 Executing the program

a program created using the “Manual Guide i ” can be executed directly in the original format. You do

not have to convert the program to execute it.

4.3 JOG operating mode

The machine can be manually operated in this operating mode. using the JOG keys or a hand wheel, the feed of the axes being processed can be either manually selected or at rapid. amongst other things, the workpiece zero point and offset are determined if the machine does not have an automatic measuring device or has no external tool pre-setting.

5. General information

The workpiece rotates in a standard lathe. it is clamped in a chuck or a collet chuck. The machining tools are secured in the tool holder (indexer/turret) and are moved in two axes, in the Z direction (longitudinal motion, parallel to the headstock spindle axis) and in the X direction (transverse motion).

spindle axis) and in the X direction (transverse motion). 5.1 lathe co-ordinate system There are also

5.1 lathe co-ordinate system

There are also lathes with more than two axes. The work spindle can be designed as the “C” axis. it can then be positioned at any angle or its feed can be controlled so that it is possible to drill and mill with rotating tools at the face or lateral surface.

if the tool holder (indexer/turret) can also be adjusted heightwise it is the “Y” axis. There are also machines with a counter spindle, where the workpieces can be automatically machined from two sides.

the workpieces can be automatically machined from two sides. The different machining levels are differentiated by

The different machining levels are differentiated by G codes:

G18 = Movement in the axes XZ G17 = drilling and milling on the face at the end face XY G19 = drilling and milling at the lateral surface YZ

5.2 Zero point selection

5.2 Zero point selection

each moving axis of a CnC machine has a measuring system. Once the machine has been switched on, these measuring systems must be synchronised with the CnC controller. There are reference points for this purpose in the measuring systems, which are found at the positive end of the axis’s traverse path and are usually started manually. There are also machines with absolute measuring systems whereby the reference points are superfluous.

systems whereby the reference points are superfluous. Symbol for the reference point The workpiece zero point

Symbol for the reference point

The workpiece zero point can be freely selected from the entire positioning range. The user logically sets the zero point to be programmed at the place it is easiest to program. This is nearly always in the Z axis (the front of the workpiece diagram) in the case of a lathe, and is the centre of the work piece in the X axis. The X axis dimensions are programmed in diameter.

of the work piece in the X axis. The X axis dimensions are programmed in diameter.

Symbol for the workpiece zero point

6. iSO programming

Minimal knowledge of iSO programming is required for program inputting with “Manual Guide i ”. Machining cycles are called up via 4-digit G functions. The G-code itself is irrelevant to the user as the data is entered by graphic input displays. There are very few G-functions which the user must know in order to be able to work with “Manual Guide i ”. These are explained below.

G0 = Rapid Traverse

With the command “G0”, one or several machine axes can simul- taneously be moved. The axes in question move at high speed from the start to the target point without interpolating, e.g.: G0 X100 Z2.

the target point without interpolating, e.g.: G0 X100 Z2 . G1 = Feed With the command

G1 = Feed

With the command “G1” one or several machine axes can simultaneously be moved at a programmed feed rate. in this case, the axes in question move along a straight interpolating line from the start to the target point.

For lathes the feed is normally programmed in mm/revs,

e.g.: G1 X100 Z-50 F0.3 (F = feed rate). (F = feed rate).

G90 = absolute programming

in the case of absolute programming, all of the programmed positions refer to the selected workpiece zero point.

positions refer to the selected workpiece zero point. Example G90 G0 Z-50 Z-70 Z-110 Z-140

Example

G90 G0 Z-50

Z-70

Z-110

Z-140

Z-170

Z-200

refer to the selected workpiece zero point. Example G90 G0 Z-50 Z-70 Z-110 Z-140 Z-170 Z-200
refer to the selected workpiece zero point. Example G90 G0 Z-50 Z-70 Z-110 Z-140 Z-170 Z-200
refer to the selected workpiece zero point. Example G90 G0 Z-50 Z-70 Z-110 Z-140 Z-170 Z-200

6. iSO programming

G91 = Incremental programming

in the case of incremental programming, each dimension refers to the previous position.

programming, each dimension refers to the previous position. Example: G91 G0 Z-50 Z-20 Z-40 Z-30 Z-30

Example:

G91 G0 Z-50

Z-20

Z-40

Z-30

Z-30

Z-30

G91 G0 Z-50 Z-20 Z-40 Z-30 Z-30 Z-30 The functions G90/G91 and G0/G1 are “self-maintaining

The functions G90/G91 and G0/G1 are “self-maintaining (modal)”, which means that they remain active until they are overwritten by the corresponding “counter function”.

G96 = Constant cutting speed

This function serves to keep the cutting speed, for each workpi- ece diameter, constant at the tool tip. Through the G96 function, the CnC controller automatically calculates the corresponding speed for each diameter position (X axis). The work spindle speed is constantly altered in the case of facing, taper turning or radius turning. The cutting speed is programmed in m/min as address “S”. as the diameter increases the speed decreases; for smaller diame- ters the speed can increase up to the maximum possible speed. To avoid damage due to centrifugal forces, the speed can be limi - ted to the respective program through the corresponding com- mand (see G92 speed limitation).

Example: G96 S250 s [m/min]the corresponding com- mand (see G92 speed limitation). G97 = direct speed programming (R.P.M.) drilling, milling

mand (see G92 speed limitation). Example: G96 S250 s [m/min] G97 = direct speed programming (R.P.M.)

G97 = direct speed programming (R.P.M.)

drilling, milling or other tools, whose diameters do not alter during machining, are operated at a constant speed. it is also advisable to work at a constant speed when threading. The adjacent formula is used to calculate the speed.

n

= Speed in rpm

V

c = Cutting speed in m/min

(255)

d

= diameter in mm

(18,0)

in rpm V c = Cutting speed in m/min (255) d = diameter in mm (18,0)

Example: G97 S4509 s [rpm]

in rpm V c = Cutting speed in m/min (255) d = diameter in mm (18,0)

G92 = Speed limitation

The function “G92” together with the address “S” bring about a speed limitation. Very high speeds occur when turning at a constant cutting speed, particularly when facing in the direction of the work spindle centre (X axis). Where parts are unbalanced even a relatively low speed can be dangerous.

are unbalanced even a relatively low speed can be dangerous. Example: G92 S3500 s [rpm] The

Example: G92 S3500 s [rpm]

The address “S” is used for three different functions. The corresponding G function assigns constant cut- ting speed, direct speed or speed limitation. The G function and the S command must be in the same block.

G94 = Feed in mm/min

G94 programs the feed in mm/min for drilling or milling tools. The adjacent formula is used to calculate the feed in mm/min:

Vf

= Feed in mm/min

n

= Speed rpm (4509)

Z

= number of teeth (for drill bit 1)

Sz

= Feed per tooth mm/tooth or mm/rev (0.25)

Example: F1127 F [mm/min]bit 1) Sz = Feed per tooth mm/tooth or mm/rev (0.25) G95 = Feed in mm/rev

tooth mm/tooth or mm/rev (0.25) Example: F1127 F [mm/min] G95 = Feed in mm/rev G95 programs

G95 = Feed in mm/rev

G95 programs the feed in mm/revs for general lathe tools. These tools work at different diameters of the workpiece. The speed of the work spindle changes due to the constant cutting speed at the tool tip. The feed per revolution, however, remains the same.

tip. The feed per revolution, however, remains the same. Example: G95 F0.25 F [mm/revs] M codes

Example: G95 F0.25 F [mm/revs]

M codes (auxiliary functions))

M codes are characterised as auxiliary functions, with whose help the greatest range of machine actions can be triggered. M functions are standardised to some extent and are hence the same in all CnC machine tools. There are also free M functions, which are used differently by each machine manufacturer. Please pay particular attention here to the operating instructions of the machine manufacturer. The most important M functions are listed below:

M00 = Program stop unconditional M01 = Program stop optional M03 = Work spindle On, clockwise M04 = Work spindle On, anticlockwise M05 = Work spindle STOP M07 = Coolant 1 On M08 = Coolant 2 On M09 = Coolant OFF M30 = Program end with resetting to program start M98 = Subprogram call-up

6. iSO programming

“MaNual GuIde i ” program and G codes

a program created by “Manual Guide i” is displayed in the following illustrations:

Guide i ” is displayed in the following illustrations: On the left, the entire program for
Guide i ” is displayed in the following illustrations: On the left, the entire program for

On the left, the entire program for the previous example “workpiece contour”, with the contour roughing and finishing.

The actual workpiece contour is saved as subprogram no. 71. in this way the contour description data can be used for roughing and finishing.

Only the sentences marked in yellow are entered in iSO code. They have the following meaning:

G92 S4000:

Programmable speed limitation (G92) to a max. (S) 4000 rpm.

G0 X200 Z200 T0202:

Rapid feed (G0) of the axes X and Z to X200 Z200, change position and tool function no. 2 with tool offset no. 2 (T0202).

G96 S100 M4:

Constant cutting speed (G96) (S) 100 m/min and spindle On in an anticlock- wise direction(M4).

G0 X200 Z200 T0:

Rapid feed (G0) of the axes X and Z to X200 Z200 and delete tool offset no. 2

(T0202).

M30:

Program end and reset program to start.

These blocks are repeated practically in every program, tool replacement is even repeated several times. at the most, it is the tool number, speed and cutting speed that change. These entries are thereby optimally suited to be stored as a template whereby they can be called up as required, at the press of a key, from the start menu.

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to be stored as a template whereby they can be called up as required, at the

7. Tools and offsetting

Tool offset allows you to program workpieces without having to take into conside- ration differing tool dimensions.

The tool offset usually refers to a reference tool that was used to determine the workpiece zero point.

tool that was used to determine the workpiece zero point. Tool memoryr The CnC controller has

Tool memoryr

The CnC controller has a tool memory which contains various tool-related data. The memory contains data on the type and shape of the tool as well as offset for the X and Z axes, radius and virtual tip positi- on. Below you will see tools for general turning, threading, grooving as well as tools for contour turning:

threading, grooving as well as tools for contour turning: if the machine is equipped with the
threading, grooving as well as tools for contour turning: if the machine is equipped with the

if the machine is equipped with the so-called powered tools for drilling and milling then the tools for these operating modes are also available.

The adjacent tool list contains the offset for the X and Z axes, the radius and virtual tip position

as well as the tool shape and type.

list contains the offset for the X and Z axes, the radius and virtual tip position
list contains the offset for the X and Z axes, the radius and virtual tip position

7. Tools and offsetting

The mounting position of the toolas well as the geometric values for the tool angle for general tools, the width and possible grooving depth in the case of grooving tools, the dia- meter and tip angle of drill bits etc.

tools, the dia- meter and tip angle of drill bits etc. Press soft key “T-ofs” to
tools, the dia- meter and tip angle of drill bits etc. Press soft key “T-ofs” to

Press soft key “T-ofs” to enable the tool function

etc. Press soft key “T-ofs” to enable the tool function e.g.: T01 01 – – Tool

e.g.: T01

01

– –

Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no.

Tool offset no.

Tool offset no.
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool offset no. Tool number
Tool number

Tool number

Tool number

8. Programming examples

Creating a MaNual GuIde i program

a Manual Guide i program is created in the following steps. You must pay particular attention to the correct approaching of the cycle start point and returning to a defined withdrawal point.

1)

Blank part definition (only if a program simulation is required)

2)

approaching the tool indexing point

3)

Tool selection

4)

inserting the required G and F functions (e.g. spindle On, speed, coolant, feed)

5)

approaching the cycle start point

6)

Cycle: Cutting conditions (e.g. turning, drilling, thread cutting, grooving)

7)

Cycle: Figure information (several figures e.g. drilling figures can be programmed after a cycle)

8)

Moving to a defined withdrawal point

9)

Repeating steps 2 to 8, to add additional machining processes

10)

Program end, enter the required M and G functions

nOTe:

activities described at point 5 can be executed in advance (between points 2 and 4) according to the operator needs.

8. Programming example

example:

G1902 B120. d120. H40. i0. J0. K0.;

Blank part definition

G0 X200 Y200 Z200;

approaching the tool replacement point

T0101;
T0101;

Tool selection

G95 G96 M3 S2000 F1000;

inserting the required G, M, S, F functions

G0 X0 Y0 Z2;

approaching the cycle start point

G1030 S80. T20. l4. J10. K2. H2. C2. W2. F1000. V1000. e100. P1. R10. Q1. X10. Z2.;

Cycle: Cutting conditions

G1200 T2. H0. V0. B0. l-20.; G1201 H0. V75. K3. d80. l0. M0. T1.; G1204 H5.V80.C5.T1.; G1201 H47.596876 V80. K1. C50. l0. M0. T1.; G1205 H51.50122 V78.123475 R5. i47.596876 J75. K2. T1.; G1201 H59.77582 V67.780225 K8. a51.340192 l0. M0. T1. S3.; G1205 H56.697181 V59.7254 R5. i55.871476 J64.656749 K2. T1.; G1203 H73.257314 V25.025234 R20. i60. J40. e20. P60. Q40. l0. M0. T1. S4.; G1205 H80.475986 V24.405017 R5.i76.571642 J21.281542 K2. T1.; G1201 H93.50122 V8.123475 K8. C100. d0. a51.340192 l0. M0. T1.; G1205 H89.596876 V0. R5. i89.596876 J5. K2. T1.; G1201 H0. V0. K5. C0. l0. M0. T1.;

G1206;

Cycle: Figure

G0 X100 Y100 Z100; M30; Program end
G0 X100 Y100 Z100;
M30;
Program end

Moving to a defined withdrawal point

8.1 example 1

in this example a workpiece, which has an overall rising contour and for which all geometric elements are known or have been determined, is programmed with the Manual Guide i . The following machining cycles are programmed:

external turning: roughing and finishing (contour as a subprogram)Guide i . The following machining cycles are programmed: Threading Groove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303

Threadingturning: roughing and finishing (contour as a subprogram) Groove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps

Grooveroughing and finishing (contour as a subprogram) Threading Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps external

and finishing (contour as a subprogram) Threading Groove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps external
Tool data T0101
Tool data
T0101

T0202

T0303

a subprogram) Threading Groove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing external
a subprogram) Threading Groove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing external

Machining steps

external turning-roughingGroove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-finishing Thread cutting M10 Grooving 4 x

external turning-finishingGroove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing Thread cutting M10 Grooving 4 x

Thread cutting M10Groove Tool data T0101 T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing Grooving 4 x 4

T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing Thread cutting M10 Grooving 4 x 4 29

Grooving 4 x 4

T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing Thread cutting M10 Grooving 4 x 4 29
T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing Thread cutting M10 Grooving 4 x 4 29
T0202 T0303 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing Thread cutting M10 Grooving 4 x 4 29

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8.1 example 1 30 New program Select operating mode ediT New program enter the program number

New program

Select operating mode ediT

New program

1 30 New program Select operating mode ediT New program enter the program number using the
1 30 New program Select operating mode ediT New program enter the program number using the

enter the program number using the keyboard

ediT New program enter the program number using the keyboard end the program input by pressing

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create”

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” editing the comments Press the soft
end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” editing the comments Press the soft

editing the comments

Press the soft key to enter a comment

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” editing the comments Press the soft
Comment or workpiece name Finish editing by pressing the soft key “alTeR” Opening the program

Comment or

workpiece name

Comment or workpiece name Finish editing by pressing the soft key “alTeR” Opening the program Opening

Finish editing by pressing the soft key “alTeR”

name Finish editing by pressing the soft key “alTeR” Opening the program Opening the selected program
name Finish editing by pressing the soft key “alTeR” Opening the program Opening the selected program

Opening the program

Opening the selected program

by pressing the soft key “alTeR” Opening the program Opening the selected program Selection of further
by pressing the soft key “alTeR” Opening the program Opening the selected program Selection of further

Selection of further soft keys

by pressing the soft key “alTeR” Opening the program Opening the selected program Selection of further

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8.1 example 1 32 Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select the blank part

Blank part definition

Press the soft key “Start”

1 32 Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select the blank part using the
1 32 Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select the blank part using the

Select the blank part using the arrow keys

key “Start” Select the blank part using the arrow keys Confirm the selection by pressing “Select”

Confirm the selection by pressing “Select”

arrow keys Confirm the selection by pressing “Select” note: The blank part definition entered here is
arrow keys Confirm the selection by pressing “Select” note: The blank part definition entered here is

note: The blank part definition entered here is only used for the graphic simulation and has no influence on the tool path.

enter the following values:

d: 40

on the tool path. enter the following values: d: 40 l: 42 K: 0.1 Confirm data

l: 42

K: 0.1

Confirm data entry by pressing the soft key “Insert”

the tool path. enter the following values: d: 40 l: 42 K: 0.1 Confirm data entry
Selection of a template Press the soft key “Start” Selection of a suitable template G95

Selection of a template

Press the soft key “Start”

Selection of a template Press the soft key “Start” Selection of a suitable template G95 =
Selection of a template Press the soft key “Start” Selection of a suitable template G95 =

Selection of a suitable template

G95 = feed/revolution

G96 = constant cutting speed S200 = 200 m/min.

G96 = constant cutting speed S200 = 200 m/min. Press the soft key “Insert” Manually complete

Press the soft key “Insert”

speed S200 = 200 m/min. Press the soft key “Insert” Manually complete the positions marked by
speed S200 = 200 m/min. Press the soft key “Insert” Manually complete the positions marked by

Manually complete the positions marked by “?”. alter the program as follows: T0101

complete the positions marked by “?” . alter the program as follows: T0101 2 x Press
2 x
2 x

Press the soft key “Cycle”

complete the positions marked by “?” . alter the program as follows: T0101 2 x Press

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8.1 example 1 34 Selection of the machining cycle Select the machining cycle using the arrow

Selection of the machining cycle

Select the machining cycle using the arrow keys:

1 x

cycle Select the machining cycle using the arrow keys: 1 x Press the soft key “Select”

Press the soft key “Select”

using the arrow keys: 1 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data Complete the
using the arrow keys: 1 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data Complete the

Complete the data

keys: 1 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data Complete the data end entry
keys: 1 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data Complete the data end entry

Complete the data

1 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data Complete the data end entry by

end entry by pressing the soft key “Insert”

1 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data Complete the data end entry by
Geometric definition enter the following values using the keyboard: dX: 10-1.5*2 = 7 Z: 0

Geometric definition

enter the following values using the keyboard:

dX: 10-1.5*2 = 7 Z: 0

values using the keyboard: dX: 10-1.5*2 = 7 Z: 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection

Press the soft key “OK”

dX: 10-1.5*2 = 7 Z: 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element:
dX: 10-1.5*2 = 7 Z: 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element:

Selection of the geometric element: “line”

= 7 Z: 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line” Select
= 7 Z: 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line” Select

Select the direction of the line

= 7 Z: 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line” Select

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8.1 example 1 36 enter the following values using the keyboard: dX: 10 Z: -1.5 Press

enter the following values using the keyboard:

dX: 10

Z: -1.5

the following values using the keyboard: dX: 10 Z: -1.5 Press the soft key “OK” Selection

Press the soft key “OK”

the keyboard: dX: 10 Z: -1.5 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element:
the keyboard: dX: 10 Z: -1.5 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element:

Selection of the geometric element: “line”

key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction:
key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction:

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: left

Z: -15

element: “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -15 Press the soft

Press the soft key “OK”

element: “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -15 Press the soft
Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: up

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: up dX:
Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: up dX:

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: up

dX: 16

following values using the keyboard: direction: up dX: 16 Press the soft key “OK” note: When

Press the soft key “OK”

keyboard: direction: up dX: 16 Press the soft key “OK” note: When programming a chamfer, a
keyboard: direction: up dX: 16 Press the soft key “OK” note: When programming a chamfer, a

note: When programming a chamfer, a line is defined up to the theoretical intersection of both lines enclosing the bevel. enter the sequence for line, chamfer, line.

lines enclosing the bevel. enter the sequence for line, chamfer, line. Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer”

lines enclosing the bevel. enter the sequence for line, chamfer, line. Selection of the geometric element

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8.1 example 1 38 enter the following values using the keyboard: C: 1 Press the soft

enter the following values using the keyboard:

C: 1

1 38 enter the following values using the keyboard: C: 1 Press the soft key “OK”

Press the soft key “OK”

values using the keyboard: C: 1 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element
values using the keyboard: C: 1 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “line”

key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction:
key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction:

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: left

Z: -22

element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -22 Press the soft

Press the soft key “OK”

element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -22 Press the soft
note: When programming a radius, a line is defined up to the theoretical intersection of

note: When programming a radius, a line is defined up to the theoretical intersection of both lines enclosing the radius. enter the sequence for line, radius, line.

the radius. enter the sequence for line, radius, line. Selection of the geometric element “Radius” enter

Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

line. Selection of the geometric element “Radius” enter the following values using the keyboard: R: 4
line. Selection of the geometric element “Radius” enter the following values using the keyboard: R: 4

enter the following values using the keyboard:

R: 4

enter the following values using the keyboard: R: 4 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of

Press the soft key “OK”

following values using the keyboard: R: 4 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric
following values using the keyboard: R: 4 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Selection of the geometric element “line”

following values using the keyboard: R: 4 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

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8.1 example 1 40 enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: up dX: 30.15 Press

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: up

dX: 30.15

values using the keyboard: direction: up dX: 30.15 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the

Press the soft key “OK”

direction: up dX: 30.15 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” enter
direction: up dX: 30.15 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” enter
direction: up dX: 30.15 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” enter

Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer”

“OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” enter the following values using the keyboard: C: 1
“OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” enter the following values using the keyboard: C: 1

enter the following values using the keyboard:

C: 1

of the geometric element “Chamfer” enter the following values using the keyboard: C: 1 Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

of the geometric element “Chamfer” enter the following values using the keyboard: C: 1 Press the
Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: left

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: left Z:
Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: left Z:

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: left

Z: -40

values using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -40 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the

Press the soft key “OK”

using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -40 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric
using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -40 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Selection of the geometric element “line”

using the keyboard: direction: left Z: -40 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

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8.1 example 1 42 enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: up dX: 38 Press

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: up

dX: 38

following values using the keyboard: direction: up dX: 38 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of

Press the soft key “OK”

keyboard: direction: up dX: 38 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”
keyboard: direction: up dX: 38 Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line”

key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: dX:
key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: dX:

enter the following values using the keyboard:

dX: 40

a: 45

the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: dX: 40 a: 45 Press

Press the soft key “OK”

the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: dX: 40 a: 45 Press
Selection of the geometric element “line” note: in order to define the machining area the

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” note: in order to define the machining area the geometric
Selection of the geometric element “line” note: in order to define the machining area the geometric

note: in order to define the machining area the geometric process must be closed. The blank part defined at the program start is solely used for the graphic simulation. if a simulation is not required then the blank part definition can be omitted at the program start.

enter the following values using the keyboard:

start. enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: Right Z: 0 Element – attribute Press
start. enter the following values using the keyboard: direction: Right Z: 0 Element – attribute Press

direction: Right

Z: 0

Element – attribute

the keyboard: direction: Right Z: 0 Element – attribute Press the soft key “Blank” Press the

Press the soft key “Blank”

the keyboard: direction: Right Z: 0 Element – attribute Press the soft key “Blank” Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

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8.1 example 1 44 Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the

Selection of the geometric element “line”

example 1 44 Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard:
example 1 44 Selection of the geometric element “line” enter the following values using the keyboard:

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: down

dX: 7

following values using the keyboard: direction: down dX: 7 Press the soft key “OK” note: The

Press the soft key “OK”

direction: down dX: 7 Press the soft key “OK” note: The start point must correspond with
direction: down dX: 7 Press the soft key “OK” note: The start point must correspond with

note: The start point must correspond with the finish point. The geometric pro- cess must be closed.

Press the soft key “Create”

start point must correspond with the finish point. The geometric pro- cess must be closed. Press
Select “Create as a subprogram” enter: Sub-prog-no.: 789 Contour name: Profile Press the soft key

Select “Create as a subprogram”

Select “Create as a subprogram” enter: Sub-prog-no.: 789 Contour name: Profile Press the soft key “OK”
Select “Create as a subprogram” enter: Sub-prog-no.: 789 Contour name: Profile Press the soft key “OK”

enter:

Sub-prog-no.: 789 Contour name: Profile

enter: Sub-prog-no.: 789 Contour name: Profile Press the soft key “OK” end of the geometric input

Press the soft key “OK”

end of the geometric input

Press the soft key “OK” end of the geometric input The roughing cycle is programmed Manually
Press the soft key “OK” end of the geometric input The roughing cycle is programmed Manually

The roughing cycle is programmed

Manually enter the tool withdrawal point

cycle is programmed Manually enter the tool withdrawal point G0 x 41 Z1 4 x Press
cycle is programmed Manually enter the tool withdrawal point G0 x 41 Z1 4 x Press

G0 x 41 Z1

4 x

Press the soft key “Cycle”

point G0 x 41 Z1 4 x Press the soft key “Cycle” Finishing cycle 1 x
point G0 x 41 Z1 4 x Press the soft key “Cycle” Finishing cycle 1 x

Finishing cycle

1 x 6 x
1
x
6
x

Select external turning finishing

the soft key “Cycle” Finishing cycle 1 x 6 x Select external turning finishing Press the

Press the soft key “Select”

the soft key “Cycle” Finishing cycle 1 x 6 x Select external turning finishing Press the

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8.1 example 1 46 Finishing feed Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Cancel”

Finishing feed

8.1 example 1 46 Finishing feed Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Cancel”

Press the soft key “Insert”

example 1 46 Finishing feed Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Cancel” Press
example 1 46 Finishing feed Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Cancel” Press

Press the soft key “Cancel”

1 46 Finishing feed Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Cancel” Press the
1 46 Finishing feed Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Cancel” Press the

Press the soft key “Cancel”

1 46 Finishing feed Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Cancel” Press the
2 x Select subsequent soft keys, press them 4x 4 x Press the soft key

2 x

2 x Select subsequent soft keys, press them 4x 4 x Press the soft key “Copy”

Select subsequent soft keys, press them 4x

4 x

2 x Select subsequent soft keys, press them 4x 4 x Press the soft key “Copy”
2 x Select subsequent soft keys, press them 4x 4 x Press the soft key “Copy”

Press the soft key “Copy” to copy the control section M98 P888 to the clipboard.

to copy the control section M98 P888 to the clipboard. The section contains the subprogram function

The section contains the subprogram function of the geometric data already defined in the roughing cycle.

the subprogram function of the geometric data already defined in the roughing cycle. Press the soft

Press the soft key “Copy”

the subprogram function of the geometric data already defined in the roughing cycle. Press the soft
2 x
2 x

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8.1 example 1 48 2 x To enter the subprogram function that has already been copied

2 x

8.1 example 1 48 2 x To enter the subprogram function that has already been copied

To enter the subprogram function that has already been copied to the clipboard immediately after the finishing cycle G1126.

Press the soft key “Paste”

the finishing cycle G1126. Press the soft key “Paste” Finishing cycle end of the finishing cycle
the finishing cycle G1126. Press the soft key “Paste” Finishing cycle end of the finishing cycle

Finishing cycle

end of the finishing cycle

key “Paste” Finishing cycle end of the finishing cycle Select the subsequent soft keys, press them

Select the subsequent soft keys, press them 1x

Press the soft key “Start”

soft keys, press them 1x Press the soft key “Start” Tool replacement Select the suitable template

Tool replacement

them 1x Press the soft key “Start” Tool replacement Select the suitable template Press the soft

Select the suitable template

Press the soft key “Insert”

Select the suitable template Press the soft key “Insert” note: if there is no suitable template

note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the control sections manually or create a new template (see user manual).

add to the program as follows: T0202 G97 S2000 X11 Z3 2 x end of

add to the program as follows:

T0202

G97 S2000

X11 Z3

2 x
2 x
add to the program as follows: T0202 G97 S2000 X11 Z3 2 x end of the

end of the tool replacement

Press the soft key “Cycle”

x end of the tool replacement Press the soft key “Cycle” Thread cutting cycle 3 x
x end of the tool replacement Press the soft key “Cycle” Thread cutting cycle 3 x

Thread cutting cycle

3 x

Press the soft key “Cycle” Thread cutting cycle 3 x Select: “external thread cutting” Press the
Press the soft key “Cycle” Thread cutting cycle 3 x Select: “external thread cutting” Press the

Select: “external thread cutting”

Press the soft key “Select”

Thread cutting cycle 3 x Select: “external thread cutting” Press the soft key “Select” Select: Type
Thread cutting cycle 3 x Select: “external thread cutting” Press the soft key “Select” Select: Type
Thread cutting cycle 3 x Select: “external thread cutting” Press the soft key “Select” Select: Type

Select: Type of feed

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8.1 example 1 50 Complete the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1

Complete the data

8.1 example 1 50 Complete the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1
8.1 example 1 50 Complete the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1

Complete the data

8.1 example 1 50 Complete the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1

Press the soft key “Insert”

the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1 x Select: Metric threading Press
the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1 x Select: Metric threading Press

1 x

the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1 x Select: Metric threading Press

Select: Metric threading

the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1 x Select: Metric threading Press

Press the soft key “Select”

the data Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 1 x Select: Metric threading Press
Complete geometric data according to the workpiece drawing The soft key “Calculate” allows you to

Complete geometric data according to the workpiece drawing

Complete geometric data according to the workpiece drawing The soft key “Calculate” allows you to calculate

The soft key “Calculate” allows you to calculate the thread depth

key “Calculate” allows you to calculate the thread depth Press the soft key “Insert” end of

Press the soft key “Insert”

calculate the thread depth Press the soft key “Insert” end of thread cutting Tool replacement Press
calculate the thread depth Press the soft key “Insert” end of thread cutting Tool replacement Press

end of thread cutting

Tool replacement

Press the soft key “Start”

cutting Tool replacement Press the soft key “Start” Select the suitable template Press the soft key
cutting Tool replacement Press the soft key “Start” Select the suitable template Press the soft key
cutting Tool replacement Press the soft key “Start” Select the suitable template Press the soft key

Select the suitable template

Press the soft key “Insert”

cutting Tool replacement Press the soft key “Start” Select the suitable template Press the soft key

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8.1 example 1 52 add to the program as follows: T0303 1 x 2 x Grooving

add to the program as follows:

T0303

1 x 2 x
1
x
2
x
example 1 52 add to the program as follows: T0303 1 x 2 x Grooving Press

Grooving

Press the soft key “Cycle”

T0303 1 x 2 x Grooving Press the soft key “Cycle” 2 x 3 x Press
T0303 1 x 2 x Grooving Press the soft key “Cycle” 2 x 3 x Press
2 x 3 x
2 x
3 x

Press the soft key “Select”

Press the soft key “Cycle” 2 x 3 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the
Press the soft key “Cycle” 2 x 3 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the

Complete the data

Press the soft key “Cycle” 2 x 3 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the

Press the soft key “Nothing”

Press the soft key “Cycle” 2 x 3 x Press the soft key “Select” Complete the
Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data 53

Press the soft key “Insert”

Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data 53
Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data 53

Press the soft key “Select”

Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data 53
Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data 53

Complete the data

Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data 53

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8.1 example 1 54 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key

Complete the data

8.1 example 1 54 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key
8.1 example 1 54 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key

Press the soft key “Insert”

8.1 example 1 54 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key
8.1 example 1 54 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key

Press the soft key “end”

8.1 example 1 54 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press the soft key
Select the template for the program end Press the soft key “Insert” Program end end

Select the template for the program end

Select the template for the program end Press the soft key “Insert” Program end end of

Press the soft key “Insert”

template for the program end Press the soft key “Insert” Program end end of the program
template for the program end Press the soft key “Insert” Program end end of the program

Program end

end of the program

the soft key “Insert” Program end end of the program Simulation Select the operating mode: AUTO
the soft key “Insert” Program end end of the program Simulation Select the operating mode: AUTO

Simulation

Select the operating mode:

AUTO (MEM)

Select the operating mode:

auTO (MeM)

Program end end of the program Simulation Select the operating mode: AUTO (MEM) Select the operating

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8.1 example 1 Press the soft key “Rewind” Press the soft key “Start” end of the

Press the soft key “Rewind”

8.1 example 1 Press the soft key “Rewind” Press the soft key “Start” end of the

Press the soft key “Start”

end of the simulation

8.2 example 2

This example contains the programming of a workpiece with Manual Guide i, which has a falling contour and two unknown pieces of geometric data.

The following machining cycles are programmed:

external turning (roughing and finishing)contour and two unknown pieces of geometric data. The following machining cycles are programmed: Milling drilling

Millingof geometric data. The following machining cycles are programmed: external turning (roughing and finishing) drilling 57

drillingof geometric data. The following machining cycles are programmed: external turning (roughing and finishing) Milling 57

data. The following machining cycles are programmed: external turning (roughing and finishing) Milling drilling 57
data. The following machining cycles are programmed: external turning (roughing and finishing) Milling drilling 57

8.2 example 2

8.2 example 2 Tool data T0101 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing T0404 Cutter T0505
Tool data T0101
Tool data
T0101

Machining steps

external turning-roughing8.2 example 2 Tool data T0101 Machining steps external turning-finishing T0404 Cutter T0505 drill 58

external turning-finishing8.2 example 2 Tool data T0101 Machining steps external turning-roughing T0404 Cutter T0505 drill 58

T0404 Cutter T0505 drill
T0404
Cutter
T0505
drill
2 Tool data T0101 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing T0404 Cutter T0505 drill 58
2 Tool data T0101 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing T0404 Cutter T0505 drill 58
2 Tool data T0101 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing T0404 Cutter T0505 drill 58
2 Tool data T0101 Machining steps external turning-roughing external turning-finishing T0404 Cutter T0505 drill 58
New program Select operating mode ediT New program enter program number using the keyboard end

New program

Select operating mode ediT

New program

New program Select operating mode ediT New program enter program number using the keyboard end the
New program Select operating mode ediT New program enter program number using the keyboard end the

enter program number using the keyboard

ediT New program enter program number using the keyboard end the program input by pressing the

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create”

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” Select program list by pressing the
end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” Select program list by pressing the

Select program list by pressing the soft key “O list”

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” Select program list by pressing the

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8.2 example 2 60 editing the comment Press the soft key to enter the comment enter

editing the comment

Press the soft key to enter the comment

editing the comment Press the soft key to enter the comment enter comment or workpiece name
editing the comment Press the soft key to enter the comment enter comment or workpiece name

enter comment or workpiece name

key to enter the comment enter comment or workpiece name end comment entry by pressing the

end comment entry by pressing the soft key “alter”

or workpiece name end comment entry by pressing the soft key “alter” Open the program Open
or workpiece name end comment entry by pressing the soft key “alter” Open the program Open

Open the program

Open the selected program

or workpiece name end comment entry by pressing the soft key “alter” Open the program Open
To select further soft keys, press 1x Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start”

To select further soft keys, press 1x

To select further soft keys, press 1x Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select
To select further soft keys, press 1x Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select

Blank part definition

Press the soft key “Start”

1x Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select the raw part using the arrow
1x Blank part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select the raw part using the arrow

Select the raw part using the arrow keys

Press the soft key “Start” Select the raw part using the arrow keys Confirm selection by

Confirm selection by pressing “Select”

Press the soft key “Start” Select the raw part using the arrow keys Confirm selection by

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8.2 example 2 62 note: The blank part definition entered here is only used for the

note: The blank part definition entered here is only used for the graphic simulation and has no influence on the tool path.

entering the following values:

d: 80

l: 75

the tool path. entering the following values: d: 80 l: 75 K: 0 Confirm data entry

K: 0

Confirm data entry by pressing the soft key “Insert”

0 Confirm data entry by pressing the soft key “Insert” Select a template Press the soft
0 Confirm data entry by pressing the soft key “Insert” Select a template Press the soft

Select a template

Press the soft key “Start”

Select a template Press the soft key “Start” note: if there is no suitable template available,
Select a template Press the soft key “Start” note: if there is no suitable template available,

note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the control section manually or create a new template (see user manual).

Selection of a suitable template:

(see user manual). Selection of a suitable template: G95 = Feed/revolution G96 = Constant cutting speed

G95 = Feed/revolution

G96

= Constant cutting speed

S200 = 200 m/min.

Press the soft key “Insert”

a suitable template: G95 = Feed/revolution G96 = Constant cutting speed S200 = 200 m/min. Press
Manually complete the posi- tions marked by “?” alter the program as follows: T0101 Modifying
Manually complete the posi-
tions marked by “?” alter the
program as follows: T0101
Modifying the start point:
X
= 82
Z
= 1
note: The feed rate must be entered in
mm/revolution, as G95 feed/revolution
was programmed before the cycle. For
G94 the feed is entered in mm/min.
Press the soft key “Cycle”
Selection of the
machining cycle
Select the machining cycle using the
arrow keys:
1 x
Press the soft key “Select”
note: The CnC must be at G40 before
the cycle. The radius compensation is
internally accounted in the cycle.
Complete the data

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8.2 example 2 64 1 x Complete the data end entry by pressing the soft key
8.2 example 2 64 1 x Complete the data end entry by pressing the soft key

1 x

Complete the data

8.2 example 2 64 1 x Complete the data end entry by pressing the soft key

end entry by pressing the soft key “Insert”

the data end entry by pressing the soft key “Insert” Geometric definition enter the following values
the data end entry by pressing the soft key “Insert” Geometric definition enter the following values

Geometric definition

enter the following values using the keyboard:

dX = 27.7 Z = 0

the following values using the keyboard: dX = 27.7 Z = 0 Press the soft key

Press the soft key “OK”

values using the keyboard: dX = 27.7 Z = 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection
values using the keyboard: dX = 27.7 Z = 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection

Selection of the geometric element “arc”

values using the keyboard: dX = 27.7 Z = 0 Press the soft key “OK” Selection
enter the following values using the keyboard: R: 16 CdX: 0 CZ: -8 The arc

enter the following values using the keyboard:

R: 16

CdX: 0

enter the following values using the keyboard: R: 16 CdX: 0 CZ: -8 The arc end

CZ: -8

The arc end is “Tangential”

Press the soft key “OK”

The arc end is “Tangential” Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line”
The arc end is “Tangential” Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line”

Selection of the geometric element: “line”

key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction:
key “OK” Selection of the geometric element: “line” enter the following values using the keyboard: direction:

enter the following values using the keyboard:

direction: left-down dX: 12

values using the keyboard: direction: left-down dX: 12 The next transition is “Tangential” Press the soft

The next transition is “Tangential”

using the keyboard: direction: left-down dX: 12 The next transition is “Tangential” Press the soft key

Press the soft key “OK”

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Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data 1 x enter the finishing feed
Selection of the geometric
element “Radius”
Complete the data
1 x
enter the finishing feed
note: a separate finishing feed can be
entered for each geometric element. if
no value is entered here then the value
entered in the cycle is valid.
Press the soft key “OK”
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of

Complete the data

of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the

Press the soft key “OK”

element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”
element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line”

element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”

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8.2 example 2 68 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Complete the data

8.2 example 2 68 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Press the soft key “OK”

example 2 68 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element
example 2 68 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer”

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” Complete the data Press the
Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” Complete the data Press the

Complete the data

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” Complete the data Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Chamfer” Complete the data Press the
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press soft
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press soft

Complete the data

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press soft

Press the soft key “OK”

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press soft
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press soft

Press soft key 1 x

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press soft

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8.2 example 2 70 Selection of the geometric element “dIN 76” Complete the data note: The

Selection of the geometric element “dIN 76”

example 2 70 Selection of the geometric element “dIN 76” Complete the data note: The groove
example 2 70 Selection of the geometric element “dIN 76” Complete the data note: The groove

Complete the data

of the geometric element “dIN 76” Complete the data note: The groove depth d is entered

note: The groove depth d is entered as a diameter dimension.

Press the soft key “OK”

the data note: The groove depth d is entered as a diameter dimension. Press the soft
the data note: The groove depth d is entered as a diameter dimension. Press the soft

Press soft key 1x

the data note: The groove depth d is entered as a diameter dimension. Press the soft
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of

Complete the data

of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the

Press the soft key “OK”

element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Radius”
element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

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8.2 example 2 72 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Complete the data

8.2 example 2 72 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Press the soft key “OK”

example 2 72 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element
example 2 72 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “arc” (clockwise)

Selection of the geometric element “arc” (clockwise) Complete the data note: The data input field supports
Selection of the geometric element “arc” (clockwise) Complete the data note: The data input field supports

Complete the data

geometric element “arc” (clockwise) Complete the data note: The data input field supports pocket calculator

note: The data input field supports pocket calculator functions.

Centre point of the arc: x = 90 Radius of 20 mm corresponds to a diameter of 40 mm

Press the soft key “OK”

functions. Centre point of the arc: x = 90 Radius of 20 mm corresponds to a
note: Select the lower intersection point as displayed in the illustration.a Press the soft key

note: Select the lower intersection point as displayed in the illustration.a

Press the soft key “Select”

in the illustration.a Press the soft key “Select” Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the
in the illustration.a Press the soft key “Select” Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the

Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

the soft key “Select” Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft
the soft key “Select” Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft

Complete the data

the soft key “Select” Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft

Press the soft key “OK”

the soft key “Select” Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft

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8.2 example 2 74 Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft

Selection of the geometric element “line”

example 2 74 Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key
example 2 74 Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key

Complete the data

of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” note: Select the

Press the soft key “OK”

“line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” note: Select the lower intersection point as
“line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” note: Select the lower intersection point as

note: Select the lower intersection point as displayed in the illustration.

Press the soft key “Select”

key “OK” note: Select the lower intersection point as displayed in the illustration. Press the soft
Selection of the geometric element “line” note: You alternatively have the option to program a

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” note: You alternatively have the option to program a vertical
Selection of the geometric element “line” note: You alternatively have the option to program a vertical

note: You alternatively have the option to program a vertical line where the max. value of X = 80 and to use the geometric element "chamfer".

Complete the data

the geometric element "chamfer". Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Press the soft key “OK”

element "chamfer". Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”
element "chamfer". Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line”

element "chamfer". Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”

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8.2 example 2 76 Complete the data 1 x Press the soft key “Blank” Press the

Complete the data

8.2 example 2 76 Complete the data 1 x Press the soft key “Blank” Press the

1 x

8.2 example 2 76 Complete the data 1 x Press the soft key “Blank” Press the
8.2 example 2 76 Complete the data 1 x Press the soft key “Blank” Press the

Press the soft key “Blank”

8.2 example 2 76 Complete the data 1 x Press the soft key “Blank” Press the
8.2 example 2 76 Complete the data 1 x Press the soft key “Blank” Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

8.2 example 2 76 Complete the data 1 x Press the soft key “Blank” Press the
Selection of the geometric element “line” note: The start point must be the same as

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” note: The start point must be the same as the
Selection of the geometric element “line” note: The start point must be the same as the

note: The start point must be the same as the finish point. The geometric process must be closed.

Complete the data

The geometric process must be closed. Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

The geometric process must be closed. Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the
The geometric process must be closed. Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the

Press the soft key “Create”

The geometric process must be closed. Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the

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8.2 example 2 78 1 x Change from “Insert in current programme” to “Create as a
8.2 example 2 78 1 x Change from “Insert in current programme” to “Create as a

1 x

Change from “Insert in current programme” to “Create as a subprogramme” enter:

Sub-prog-no.: 1102 Contour name: throttle profile

enter: Sub-prog-no.: 1102 Contour name: throttle profile Press the soft key “OK” end of the geometric

Press the soft key “OK”

end of the geometric input

Press the soft key “OK” end of the geometric input Start of the finishing cycle at
Press the soft key “OK” end of the geometric input Start of the finishing cycle at

Start of the finishing cycle

at this position, select the next cycle (finishing) or manually enter the cycle in iSO code as explained below.

or manually enter the cycle in iSO code as explained below. entering the following withdrawal position:

entering the following withdrawal position:

G0 X82 Z1

below. entering the following withdrawal position: G0 X82 Z1 n ote: To select the entire line

n ote: To select the entire line at the end of a manual data input, the cursor must be positioned at the very top left. e.g. on the line number if selected.

note: The finishing cycle is programmed analogous to example 1. enter the following control sections

note: The finishing cycle is programmed analogous to example 1.

The finishing cycle is programmed analogous to example 1. enter the following control sections after the

enter the following control sections after the cycle:

G0 X30 Z0 G1 X0 F0.02 G0 Z2

sections after the cycle: G0 X30 Z0 G1 X0 F0.02 G0 Z2 Press soft key 1x

Press soft key 1x

the cycle: G0 X30 Z0 G1 X0 F0.02 G0 Z2 Press soft key 1x end of
the cycle: G0 X30 Z0 G1 X0 F0.02 G0 Z2 Press soft key 1x end of

end of the finishing cycle

Press the soft key “Start”

1x end of the finishing cycle Press the soft key “Start” note: “Template” for powered tools
1x end of the finishing cycle Press the soft key “Start” note: “Template” for powered tools

note: “Template” for powered tools (mil- ling cycle-menus)

Select the suitable template T? Selection of the tool number M48: Selection of the C axis G28 C0: Referencing the C axis

note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the control sections manually or create a new template (see user manual).

Press the soft key “Insert”

enter the control sections manually or create a new template (see user manual). Press the soft

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8.2 example 2 80 Complete the data n ote: To select the entire line at the

Complete the data

n ote: To select the entire line at the end of a manual data input, the cursor must be positioned at the very top left.

input, the cursor must be positioned at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle”
input, the cursor must be positioned at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle”

Press the soft key “Cycle”

at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle” Pocket milling cycle 3 x Select
at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle” Pocket milling cycle 3 x Select

Pocket milling cycle

3 x

Press the soft key “Cycle” Pocket milling cycle 3 x Select pocket milling cycle on the
Press the soft key “Cycle” Pocket milling cycle 3 x Select pocket milling cycle on the

Select pocket milling cycle on the leading end face

Press the soft key “Select”

on the leading end face Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data • Important: data
on the leading end face Press the soft key “Select” Complete the data • Important: data

Complete the data

•

Important: data fields “T” and “S”

Where a pocket is pre-machined, the layer thicknesses, relating to the pocket base, of the residual material still to be machined is defined in the “T” and “S” data fields.

Where a pocket is NOT premachined, the data fields “T” and “S” are not filled in (do not enter any value).

do not mistake the data fields “T” and “S” with the finishing dimension “K” and “H”.

Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Start of the pocket geometry – definition

Complete the data

Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Start of the pocket geometry – definition on

Press the soft key “Insert”

Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Start of the pocket geometry – definition on
Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Start of the pocket geometry – definition on

Start of the pocket geometry – definition on the leading end face

11 x

pocket geometry – definition on the leading end face 11 x Press the soft key “Select”

Press the soft key “Select”

on the leading end face 11 x Press the soft key “Select” note: Selection of a

note: Selection of a free figure on the X-C level.

note: Selection of a free figure on the X-C level. Complete the data Press the soft

Complete the data

of a free figure on the X-C level. Complete the data Press the soft key “OK”

Press the soft key “OK”

the X-C level. Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” notes: 1. The pocket depth

notes:

1. The pocket depth is always entered negatively. 2. The figures which are part of a pocket milling cycle are always “concave”.

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8.2 example 2 82 Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: up Complete the data Press

Selection of the geometric element “line”

example 2 82 Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: up Complete the data Press the
example 2 82 Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: up Complete the data Press the
example 2 82 Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: up Complete the data Press the

direction: up Complete the data

Press the soft key “OK”

“line” direction: up Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element
“line” direction: up Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

“line” direction: up Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element
Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction:

Complete the data

Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: left

Press the soft key “OK”

Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: left
Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: left

Selection of the geometric element “line”

key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: left Complete the data Press the soft
key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: left Complete the data Press the soft

direction: left Complete the data

“OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: left Complete the data Press the soft key

Press the soft key “OK”

“OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” direction: left Complete the data Press the soft key

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8.2 example 2 84 Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft

Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

example 2 84 Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft key
example 2 84 Selection of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft key

Complete the data

of the geometric element “Radius” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the

Press the soft key “OK”

“Radius” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “arc” (clockwise)
“Radius” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “arc” (clockwise)

Selection of the geometric element “arc” (clockwise)

“Radius” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “arc” (clockwise)
Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the soft key “Next” Press the

Complete the data

Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the soft key “Next” Press the soft

Press the soft key “OK”

Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the soft key “Next” Press the soft
Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Press the soft key “Next” Press the soft

Press the soft key “Next”

Press the soft key “OK” Press the soft key “Next” Press the soft key “Select” note:

Press the soft key “Select”

note: Select the right intersection point

the soft key “Select” note: Select the right intersection point Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

the soft key “Select” note: Select the right intersection point Selection of the geometric element “Radius”

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8.2 example 2 86 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Complete the data

8.2 example 2 86 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Press the soft key “OK”

example 2 86 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element
example 2 86 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the
Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the

Complete the data

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the
note: Select the lower intersection point Press the soft key “Select” Press soft key 1x

note: Select the lower intersection point

Press the soft key “Select”

Select the lower intersection point Press the soft key “Select” Press soft key 1x Press the
Select the lower intersection point Press the soft key “Select” Press soft key 1x Press the

Press soft key 1x

Select the lower intersection point Press the soft key “Select” Press soft key 1x Press the
Select the lower intersection point Press the soft key “Select” Press soft key 1x Press the

Press the soft key “Mirror”

Select the lower intersection point Press the soft key “Select” Press soft key 1x Press the

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8.2 example 2 88 Press the soft key “angle” enter the following value using the keyboard:

Press the soft key “angle”

8.2 example 2 88 Press the soft key “angle” enter the following value using the keyboard:
8.2 example 2 88 Press the soft key “angle” enter the following value using the keyboard:

enter the following value using the keyboard: K = 180˚

enter the following value using the keyboard: K = 180˚ Press the soft key “OK” To

Press the soft key “OK”

using the keyboard: K = 180˚ Press the soft key “OK” To select all previously programmed
using the keyboard: K = 180˚ Press the soft key “OK” To select all previously programmed

To select all previously programmed geometric elements, press the left arrow key on the keyboard.

the soft key “OK” To select all previously programmed geometric elements, press the left arrow key
Press the soft key “Select” note: The geometry is mirror imaged. Check the mirror-imaged geometry

Press the soft key “Select”

Press the soft key “Select” note: The geometry is mirror imaged. Check the mirror-imaged geometry Press

note: The geometry is mirror imaged.

soft key “Select” note: The geometry is mirror imaged. Check the mirror-imaged geometry Press the soft

Check the mirror-imaged geometry

The geometry is mirror imaged. Check the mirror-imaged geometry Press the soft key “Yes” Press the

Press the soft key “Yes”

The geometry is mirror imaged. Check the mirror-imaged geometry Press the soft key “Yes” Press the

Press the soft key 1x

The geometry is mirror imaged. Check the mirror-imaged geometry Press the soft key “Yes” Press the

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8.2 example 2 90 Press the soft key “Create” 1 x Select from: “Create as a

Press the soft key “Create”

8.2 example 2 90 Press the soft key “Create” 1 x Select from: “Create as a
8.2 example 2 90 Press the soft key “Create” 1 x Select from: “Create as a

1 x

8.2 example 2 90 Press the soft key “Create” 1 x Select from: “Create as a

Select from:

“Create as a subprogram” enter:

Sub-prog-no.: 1203 Contour name: pocket

subprogram” enter: Sub-prog-no.: 1203 Contour name: pocket Press the soft key “OK” The pocket geometry is

Press the soft key “OK”

1203 Contour name: pocket Press the soft key “OK” The pocket geometry is defined on the

The pocket geometry is defined on the leading end face

pocket Press the soft key “OK” The pocket geometry is defined on the leading end face

Press the soft key “Start”

pocket Press the soft key “OK” The pocket geometry is defined on the leading end face
Press the soft key “Insert” note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the

Press the soft key “Insert”

Press the soft key “Insert” note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the control

note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the control sections manually or create a new template (see user manual).

manually or create a new template (see user manual). add manually: T0505 deleting from M48 and

add manually:

T0505

deleting from M48 and G28

user manual). add manually: T0505 deleting from M48 and G28 n ote: To select the entire

n ote: To select the entire line at the end of a manual data input, the cursor must be positioned at the very top left.

Press the soft key “Cycle”

the cursor must be positioned at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle” 1
the cursor must be positioned at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle” 1

1 x

the cursor must be positioned at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle” 1

Press the soft key “Select”

the cursor must be positioned at the very top left. Press the soft key “Cycle” 1

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8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the

Complete the data

8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the

Press the soft key “Insert”

8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the
8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the

16 x

8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the

Press the soft key “Select”

8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the
8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the

Complete the data

8.2 example 2 92 Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” 16 x Press the
Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press soft key 4x Press the soft

Complete the data

Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press soft key 4x Press the soft key

Press the soft key “Insert”

Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press soft key 4x Press the soft key
Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press soft key 4x Press the soft key

Press soft key 4x

Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press soft key 4x Press the soft key
Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press soft key 4x Press the soft key

Press the soft key “end”

Complete the data Press the soft key “Insert” Press soft key 4x Press the soft key

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8.2 example 2

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8.2 example 2 94 note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the control sections

note: if there is no suitable template available, enter the control sections manually or create a new template (see user manual).

Press the soft key “Insert”

end of the machining program

Press the soft key “Insert” end of the machining program Simulation Selecting the operating mode: MeM
Press the soft key “Insert” end of the machining program Simulation Selecting the operating mode: MeM

Simulation

Selecting the operating mode:

MeM (auTO)

end of the machining program Simulation Selecting the operating mode: MeM (auTO) Press the soft key

Press the soft key “Simulation”

end of the machining program Simulation Selecting the operating mode: MeM (auTO) Press the soft key
Press the soft key “Rewind” Press the soft key “Start” end of the simulation 95

Press the soft key “Rewind”

Press the soft key “Rewind” Press the soft key “Start” end of the simulation 95

Press the soft key “Start”

Press the soft key “Rewind” Press the soft key “Start” end of the simulation 95

end of the simulation

8.3 example 3

8.3 example 3

in this example the blank part is a pre-machined hollow cylinder. a pocket is to be milled out on the lateral surface.

The following machining cycles are programmed:

Facingsurface. The following machining cycles are programmed: external turning (roughing) internal turning (roughing)

external turning (roughing)The following machining cycles are programmed: Facing internal turning (roughing) Contour milling Pocket milling 96

internal turning (roughing)The following machining cycles are programmed: Facing external turning (roughing) Contour milling Pocket milling 96

Contour millingmachining cycles are programmed: Facing external turning (roughing) internal turning (roughing) Pocket milling 96

Pocket millingmachining cycles are programmed: Facing external turning (roughing) internal turning (roughing) Contour milling 96

cycles are programmed: Facing external turning (roughing) internal turning (roughing) Contour milling Pocket milling 96
cycles are programmed: Facing external turning (roughing) internal turning (roughing) Contour milling Pocket milling 96
BlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps
BlaNK PaRT
Tool data
Machining steps

T0606

BlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps T0606 T0707 Facing and external turning internal turning 97
BlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps T0606 T0707 Facing and external turning internal turning 97
T0707
T0707

Facing and external turningBlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps T0606 T0707 internal turning 97

internal turningBlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps T0606 T0707 Facing and external turning 97

BlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps T0606 T0707 Facing and external turning internal turning 97
BlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps T0606 T0707 Facing and external turning internal turning 97
BlaNK PaRT Tool data Machining steps T0606 T0707 Facing and external turning internal turning 97

8.3 example 3

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Top view

Top view

Top view
Top view
Top view
Top view
Top view
8.3 example 3 98 Top view Milling Side view Top view T0909

Milling

Side view

8.3 example 3 98 Top view Milling Side view Top view T0909
8.3 example 3 98 Top view Milling Side view Top view T0909
Top view
Top view

T0909

8.3 example 3 98 Top view Milling Side view Top view T0909
New program Select operating mode EDIT New program enter program number using the keyboard end

New program

Select operating mode EDIT

New program

New program Select operating mode EDIT New program enter program number using the keyboard end the
New program Select operating mode EDIT New program enter program number using the keyboard end the

enter program number using the keyboard

EDIT New program enter program number using the keyboard end the program input by pressing the

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create”

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” Select program list by pressing the
end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” Select program list by pressing the

Select program list by pressing the soft key “O list”

end the program input by pressing the soft key “Create” Select program list by pressing the

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8.3 example 3

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8.3 example 3 100 editing the comments Press the soft key to enter comments enter comments

editing the comments

Press the soft key to enter comments

editing the comments Press the soft key to enter comments enter comments or workpiece name end
editing the comments Press the soft key to enter comments enter comments or workpiece name end

enter comments or workpiece name

soft key to enter comments enter comments or workpiece name end comments entry by pressing the

end comments entry by pressing the soft key “alter”

or workpiece name end comments entry by pressing the soft key “alter” Open the program Open
or workpiece name end comments entry by pressing the soft key “alter” Open the program Open

Open the program

Open the selected program

or workpiece name end comments entry by pressing the soft key “alter” Open the program Open
Selection of further soft keys Press 1 x Raw part definition Press the soft key

Selection of further soft keys Press 1 x

Selection of further soft keys Press 1 x Raw part definition Press the soft key “Start”
Selection of further soft keys Press 1 x Raw part definition Press the soft key “Start”

Raw part definition

Press the soft key “Start”

Press 1 x Raw part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select the raw part using
Press 1 x Raw part definition Press the soft key “Start” Select the raw part using

Select the raw part using the arrow keys

1 x 3 x
1
x
3
x

Confirm selection by pressing “Select”

soft key “Start” Select the raw part using the arrow keys 1 x 3 x Confirm

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8.3 example 3

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8.3 example 3 102 note: The blank part definition entered here is only used for the

note: The blank part definition entered here is only used for the graphic simu- lation and has no influence on the tool path.

Complete the data

and has no influence on the tool path. Complete the data Selection of the geometric element
and has no influence on the tool path. Complete the data Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “line”

tool path. Complete the data Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the
tool path. Complete the data Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the

Complete the data

tool path. Complete the data Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

tool path. Complete the data Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of

Complete the data

of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the

Press the soft key “OK”

element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”
element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line”

element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line”

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8.3 example 3

104

8.3 example 3 104 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Complete the data

8.3 example 3 104 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric

Press the soft key “OK”

example 3 104 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element
example 3 104 Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the
Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the

Complete the data

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the

Press the soft key “OK”

Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection

Selection of the geometric element “line”

Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of
Selection of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of

Complete the data

of the geometric element “line” Complete the data Press the soft key “OK” Selection of the