CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) is used in automobile industries for part production. It replaces conventional milling/turning machine for getting higher level of accuracy (within 5 microns) of mass production. Cycle time also is reduced and tool changing is also easy in CNC.
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CNC Industrial Training - Course Contents
Level 1 - CNC Machine Operator.
Understanding of All CNC Machining Operations.
Introduction to The Working of CNC Control Panel.
Level 2 - CNC Machine Setter.
Machine Settings / Workpiece Holding / Tool Holding.
Tool Offset / Work Offset.
Changing Offset Parameters on CNC Control Panel
Level 3 - CNC Programmer.
Basics of CNC Programming: G and M Codes.
Program Header and Footer.
Advanced Programming Techniques Using
Basic Machining cycle
Advanced Machining Cycles.
Use of Mirroring Commands.
Use of Subroutines (Subprogram).
How to Reduce the Machining Cycle Time.
What Is Fanuc Control?
Description of Different Operating Modes.
Explanation of Coordinate System.
Description of Feed Override and Spindle Speed Override.
Creating New Tools in Tool Offset Area.
Operating Sequence to Determine Tool Offset.
Entering the Tool Offset Values for Various Tools.
Enter / Modify the Work Offset.
Meaning of G and M Codes.
Meaning Of S-, T-, F- Function.
What Is CNC Program.
Structure of CNC Program.
Creation of Slots Using G00 And G01 Commands.
Cutting Circles and Ellipses.
Editing and Deleting Part Program.
Description of Work Offset / Tool Offset.
Description of Programming Modes.
Absolute and Incremental Mode.
Cutter Radius Compensation.
Cutting Dies and Punches.
Introduction to Subprogram.
Mirroring A Profile Using Subprogram.
Axis Rotation Commands.
Use of Scaling Commands.
Cutting Circular and Rectangular Pockets.
Introduction to Canned Cycles.
Introduction of Drilling, Boring, And Tapping Operations
Understanding Tool Motion in Canned Cycles.
Creating Holes in Different Patterns.
Creating Holes On PCD.
Cutting LH And RH Threads Using Tapping Cycles.
Calculation of Spindle Feed and Feed Value for Tapping.
Concepts of Countersinking and Counter Boring for Enlarging holes.
Key Way Milling