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1.1 Screen layout
1.2 Operating areas
1.3 Accessibility options
1.3.1 Calculator
1.3.2 Editing Chinese characters
1.4 The help system
1.5 Coordinate systems
Turning On and Reference Point Approach
3.1 Entering tools and tool offsets
3.1.1 Use this softkey to create a new tool
3.1.2 Determining the tool offsets (manually)
3.1.3 Determining tool compensations using a probe
3.1.4 Probe settings
3.2 Tool monitoring
3.3 Entering/modifying a work offset
3.3.1 Determining the work offset
3.4 Programming setting data - ”Parameter” operating area
Setting Up 3.5 R parameters − ”Offset/Parameter”operating area
3.5 R parameters − ”Offset/Parameter”operating area
Manually Controlled Mode
4.1 JOG mode - ”Position” operating area
4.1.1 Assigning handwheels
4.2 MDA mode (Manual input) - ”Machine” operating area
4.2.1 Face milling
5.1 Selecting / starting a part program - ”Machine” operating area
5.2 Block search - ”Machine” operating area
5.3 Stopping / canceling a part program
5.4 Reapproach after cancellation
5.5 Repositioning after interruption
6.3 Blueprint programming
6.4 Simulation
6.5 Data transfer via the RS232 interface
7.1 PLC diagnosis represented as a ladder diagram
7.1.1 Screen layout
7.1.2 Operating options
7.2 Alarm display
8.1 Fundamentals of NC programming
8.1.1 Program names
8.1.2 Program structure
8.1.3 Word structure and address
8.1.4 Block structure
8.1.5 Character set
Non−printable special characters
8.1.6 Overview of the instructions
8.2 Positional data
8.2.1 Plane selection: G17 to G19
8.2.2 Absolute / incremental dimensioning: G90, G91, AC, IC
8.2.3 Dimensions in metric units and inches: G71, G70, G710, G700
8.2.4 Polar coordinates, pole definition: G110, G111, G112
8.2.5 Programmable work offset: TRANS, ATRANS
8.2.6 Programmable rotation: ROT, AROT
8.2.7 Programmable scaling factor: SCALE, ASCALE
8.2.8 Programmable mirroring: MIRROR, AMIRROR
8.3 Axis movements
8.3.1 Linear interpolation with rapid traverse: G0
8.3.2 Linear interpolation with feedrate: G1
8.3.3 Circular interpolation: G2, G3
8.3.4 Circular interpolation via intermediate point: CIP
8.3.5 Circle with tangential transition: CT
8.3.6 Helix interpolation: G2/G3, TURN
8.3.7 Thread cutting with constant lead: G33
8.3.8 Tapping with compensating chuck: G63
8.3.9 Thread Interpolation: G331, G332
8.3.10Fixed point approach: G75
8.3.11Reference point approach: G74
8.3.12Measuring with touch−trigger probe: MEAS, MEAW
8.3.13Feedrate F
8.3.14Feedrate override for circles: CFTCP, CFC
8.3.15Exact stop / continuous−path control mode: G9, G60, G64
8.3.16Acceleration pattern: BRISK, SOFT
8.3.17Percentage acceleration override: ACC
8.3.18Traversing with feedforward control: FFWON, FFWOF
8.3.194th axis
8.3.20Dwell Time: G4
8.3.21Travel to fixed stop
8.4 Spindle movements
8.4.1 Spindle speed S, directions of rotation
8.4.2 Spindle speed limitation: G25, G26
8.4.3 Spindle positioning: SPOS
8.4.4 Gear stages
8.5 Contour programming support
8.5.1 Rounding, chamfer
8.5.2 Blueprint programming
8.6 Tool and tool offset
8.6.1 General notes
8.6.3 Tool offset number D
8.6.6 Tool radius compensation OFF: G40
8.6.7 Special cases of the tool radius compensation
8.6.8 Example of tool radius compensation
8.7 Miscellaneous function (M)
8.8 H function
8.9 Arithmetic parameters R, LUD and PLC variables
8.9.1 Arithmetic parameters R
8.9.2 Local User Data (LUD)
8.9.3 Reading and writing PLC variables
8.10.1Jump destination for program jumps
8.10.2Unconditional program jumps
8.10.3Conditional program jumps
8.10.4Program example for jumps
8.11.2Calling machining cycles
8.11.3Modal subroutine call
8.12Timers and workpiece counters
8.12.1Runtime timer
8.12.2Workpiece counter
8.13 Language commands for tool monitoring
8.13.1Tool monitoring overview
8.13.2Tool life monitoring
8.13.3Workpiece count monitoring
8.14Smooth approach and retraction
8.15Milling of the peripheral surface − TRACYL
Programming 8.16G functions equivalent to the SINUMERIK 802S/C − Milling
8.16G functions equivalent to the SINUMERIK 802S/C − Milling
9.1 Overview of cycles
Cycles 9.2 Programming cycles
9.2 Programming cycles
Cycles 9.3 Graphical cycle support in the program editor
9.3 Graphical cycle support in the program editor
Operating the cycle selection
9.4 Drilling cycles
9.4.2 Preconditions
9.4.3 Drilling, centering – CYCLE81
9.4.4 Drilling, counterboring – CYCLE82
9.4.5 Deep hole drilling – CYCLE83
Deep hole drilling with swarf removal (VARI=1):
Deep hole drilling with chip breaking (VARI=0):
9.4.6 Rigid tapping – CYCLE84
9.4.7 Tapping with compensating chuck – CYCLE840
9.4.8 Reaming 1 (boring 1) – CYCLE85
9.4.9 Boring (boring 2) – CYCLE86
9.4.10Boring with Stop 1 (boring 3) – CYCLE87
9.4.11Drilling with stop 2 (boring 4) – CYCLE88
9.4.12Reaming 2 (boring 5) – CYCLE89
9.5 Drilling pattern cycles
9.5.1 Preconditions
Drilling pattern cycles without drilling cycle call
Behavior when quantity parameter is zero
9.5.2 Row of holes – HOLES1
9.5.3 Circle of holes – HOLES2
9.6 Milling cycles
9.6.1 Preconditions
9.6.2 Face milling − CYCLE71
9.6.3 Contour milling − CYCLE72
9.6.4 Rectangular spigot milling − CYCLE76
9.6.5 Circular spigot milling − CYCLE77
9.6.6 Slots on a circle − LONGHOLE
9.6.7 Slots on a circle − SLOT1
9.6.8 Circumferential slot − SLOT2
9.6.9 Milling a rectangular pocket − POCKET3
9.6.10Milling a circular pocket − POCKET4
9.6.11Thread milling − CYCLE90
9.7 Error messages and error handling
9.7.1 General notes
9.7.2 Error handling in the cycles
9.7.3 Overview of cycle alarms
9.7.4 Messages in the cycles
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