CNC turning is a manufacturing process in which material bars are held in a chuck and rotated while a tool is fed to the piece to extract material in order to produce the desired form. A turret (shown in the middle) with tooling attached is programmed to shift to the raw material bar and extract material to produce the desired result. Since it requires material removal, this is also known as "subtraction machining."
• Basics of CNC Knowledge and Programming.
• Preparation for using CNC machines to perform turning operations.
• Use CNC machines to perform turning operations (on metals).
• Observing workplace safety laws and regulations
• CNC Maintenance
This course is intended for complete beginners and covers CNC Lathe operation as well as the fundamentals of CNC Turning and tooling used on a CNC Machine. It provides a high-level overview of the turning process. It also includes information on the measuring instruments used in CNC machining.
|CNC MACHINE OPERATING (TURNING)|
|User settings & Basic configuration|
|Control panel & types of keys|
|Operation keys & its functions|
|Control the bed & spindle movement|
|Tool management (Adding tool to magazine)|
|Execution of basic operating commands using MDI mode|
|Difference between MCS & WCS|
|Offset setting parameters|
|Take tool offset|
|Check tool offset|
|Check Wear offset|
|CNC MANUAL PROGRAMMING (TURNING)|
|Introduction of CNC,G & M codes for Turning|
|Co-ordinate system Absolute & Incremental method|
|Feed, Speed, Tool changing Commands|
|Motion Commands(G0 & G01)|
|Line programme Facing, Turning, Grooving & Chamfering(Rough and Finish)|
|Tool Nose Radius Compensation(TNRC)|
|Canned Cycles Single Cut(G90,G92,G94) Facing, Turning, Chamfering&(Rough and Finish)|
|Canned Cycles Multi Cut(Rough and Finish)|