CNC MILLING SEIMENS

Course Detail
CNC MILLING SEIMENS
(2500 Review)

ABOUT THE COURSE

  • This course is primarily aimed to prove as a stepping stone in learning the principles employed in CNC technology.
  • At first level the candidate is made to learn SinumeriK control based G, M and other programming codes.
  • Programming exercises provide in depth knowledge of Sinumerik control Cycles.
  • This course is designed by the professionals who are well conversant with the CNC manual part programming used quite often in the production of mechanical parts.
  • Students get thorough practical exposure in real time machining environment to operate the industrial CNC milling machine.
  • Industrial Sinumerik control’s operator and programmer panel is explained at length.
  • Prior to machining practice, the programs are verified and simulated on computers in the institute.

OUR CURRICULUM

INTRODUCTION
  • Lecture 1.1:
    What is a CNC control?
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.2:
    How SINUMERIK CNC control is different from other CNC controls
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.3:
    Introduction to SINUMERIK CNC control screen layout
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.4:
    Understanding the meaning of key definintions
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.5:
    Explanation of Coordinate system
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.6:
    Description of Operating Modes
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.7:
    Description of manual control modes : JOG/HANDLE/MDA Modes
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.8:
    Description of working in AUTO Mode
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 1.9:
    Practical exercises
    30 Minute
SETTING UP THE MACHINE
  • Lecture 2.1:
    Switching ON and reference approach
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 2.2:
    Creating new tools in the tool offset area
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 2.3:
    Operating sequences to determine tool offsets
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 2.4:
    Entering the tool offset values for various tools
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 2.5:
    Enter / modify the work offset
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 2.6:
    Programming setting data in parameter operating area
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 2.7:
    Practical exercises on machine control panel
    30 Minute
BASICS OF PROGRAMMING
  • Lecture 3.1:
    Meaning of G Codes
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.2:
    List of G codes : as modal, position, machining and Canned Cycles
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.3:
    Meaning of M codes
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.4:
    List of M codes
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.5:
    Meaning of S-Function, T-Function and F-Function
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.6:
    What is a CNC program ?
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.7:
    Structure of a CNC part program
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.8:
    Parts of a CNC part program
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.9:
    Description of Headers and Footer
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 3.10:
    Practical exercises on machine control panel
    30 Minute
CREATING A BASIC PROGRAM
  • Lecture 4.1:
    Description & creation of Program in linear and circular interpolations
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 4.2:
    Editing and Deleting of Part Programs
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 4.3:
    Description on Work Offsets, Tool offsets
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 4.4:
    Creating a part program using machine control panel
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 4.5:
    Practical exercises
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 4.6:
    Simulation of program
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 4.7:
    Real time exercises on industrial VMC
    30 Minute
WORKING WITH A PART PROGRAM
  • Lecture 5.1:
    Description of programming modes
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.2:
    Absolute and Incremental Modes
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.3:
    Description of the following within the Program Control
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.4:
    Dry Run, Conditional Stop, Block Skip, Block Search
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.5:
    Tool Radius Compensation
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.6:
    Understanding of concepts like Trans, Rot, Scale, Mirror in a program
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.7:
    Creating a part program using machine control panel
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.8:
    Practical exercises
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 5.9:
    Simulation of program on computer
    30 Minute
ADVANCE PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
  • Lecture 6.1:
    Use of programming cycles
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.2:
    Introduction to subroutines
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.3:
    Basic Milling Programming
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.4:
    (Cycles 71, 72, 76, 77, 90, SLOT1, SLOT2, POCKET1, POCKET2, Long hole)
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.5:
    Standard cycle’s explanation with sample programs
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.6:
    Application of subroutines
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.7:
    Practical exercises
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.8:
    Simulation of program
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.9:
    Real time exercises on industrial VMC
    30 Minute
CANNED CYCLES
  • Lecture 7.1:
    Introduction of Drilling, Boring and Tapping operations
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 7.2:
    Basic Drilling programming
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 7.3:
    Cycles 82, 83, 84, 840, 85, 86, 88, holes1, holes2, cycle 801
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 7.4:
    Standard cycle’s explanation with sample programs.
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 6.5:
    Practical exercises
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 7.6:
    Simulation of program on computer
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 7.7:
    Real time exercises on industrial VMC
    30 Minute
CASE STUDIES AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  • Lecture 8.1:
    Nesting of Part Program
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 8.2:
    Jump Commands
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 8.3:
    R – Parameter program
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 8.4:
    Using macro commands “$” for work offset/ tool offset/ part count/ cycle time/ tool correction…
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 8.5:
    Cycles alarms and programming alarms – resolving
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 8.6:
    Practical exercises
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 8.7:
    Simulation of program on computer
    30 Minute
  • Lecture 8.8:
    Real time exercises on industrial VMC
    30 Minute