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1.1The product SINUMERIK 840D/810D/FM-NC
1.3Switching the control ON and OFF
2.1.1Operator panel OP 031
2.1.2Operator panel OP 032
2.1.3Slimline operator panel OP 032S
2.1.4Full standard keyboard
2.2Operator panel keys
2.3Machine control panels
2.4Keys of the machine control panel
2.4.2Operating modes and machine functions
2.4.4Spindle control
2.4.6Program control
2.5.2Global machine status display
2.5.3Channel status display
2.6General operating sequences
2.6.1Program overview and program selection
2.6.2Changing the menu window
2.6.3Selecting a directory/file
2.6.4Editing entries/values
2.6.5Confirming/canceling an input
2.6.6Editing a part program in the ASCII editor
2.6.9Pocket calculator function
2.7.1Overview: Help in Editor (SW 5 and higher)
2.7.2Short help for program commands (SW5 and higher)
2.7.3Extended help for program commands (SW5.2 and higher)
2.8Job list (SW 5 and higher)
2.8.1Description of syntax for job lists
2.8.2Example of a job list for two-channel 1:1 links
2.8.3Example of a job list for multi-channel m:n links
2.8.4Sequence of operations "Executing joblist"
2.8.5Renaming workpieces with job lists (SW 5.2 and higher)
2.8.6Copying workpieces with job lists (SW 5.2 and higher)
2.8.7Archiving workpieces with job lists with m:n (SW 5.2 and higher)
Operating Example
Typical operating sequence
"Machine" Operating Area
4.1Data structure of the numerical control
4.1.1Operating modes and machine functions
4.1.2Operating mode group and channels
4.1.3Select operating mode, change operating mode
4.2General functions and displays
4.2.1Start/stop/cancel/continue part programs
4.2.3Switching between the machine/workpiece coordinate system (MCS/WCS)
4.2.5Displaying G functions and transformations
4.2.6Displaying auxiliary functions
4.2.9Status of synchronized actions (NCU SW 4.2 and higher)
4.2.11Setting the actual value (SW 5 and higher)
4.2.12Hiding axes (SW 4.4 and higher)
4.2.13Inch/metric switchover (SW 5 and higher)
4.2.14Changing the coordinate system for actual value display (SW 5 and higher)
4.4.1Function and basic display
4.4.5SI (Safety Integrated): User confirmation
4.4.6Scratching/determining zero offset (SW 4.4. and higher)
4.5.1Function and basic display
4.5.2Storing a program (MMC 100.2)
4.5.3Storing a program, file function (MMC 103)
4.6.1Function and basic display
4.6.3Execution via the V.24 interface (MMC 100.2)
4.6.4Loading and unloading the workpiece/part program (MMC 103)
4.6.5Log: Loading list of programs (MMC 103)
4.6.6Executing programs from the hard disk (MMC 103)
4.6.7Accessing the external network drive from the MMC 103 (SW 5.2 and higher)
4.6.9Block search/setting the search destination
5 10.00 "Parameters" Operating Area
"Parameters" Operating Area
5.1.1Structure of tool compensation
5.2.1Function and basic display of tool offset
5.2.11Tool offsets with D numbers only (flat D No.)
5.2.12Immediate activation of tool offset
5.3.1Basic functions of tool management
5.3.6Tool master data in tool catalog (MMC 103)
5.3.7Tool offset data in the tool cabinet (MMC 103)
5.4ShopMill Tool Management, MMC 100.2 (SW 5.3 and higher)
5.4.4Creating a tool offset for cutting edge 1/2
5.4.6Creating a duplo/replacement tool
5.5.2Editing/deleting/finding R parameters
5.6.4Dry run feedrate for DRY mode
5.6.5Starting angle for thread cutting
5.7.2Changing the settable zero offset (G54 ...)
5.7.3Displaying other types of zero offset
5.7.4Displaying active settable zero offsets
5.7.5Displaying active programmable zero offsets
5.7.6Displaying active external zero offsets
5.7.7Displaying the sum of the active zero offsets
5.7.8Activate zero offset and basic frame immediately
5.7.9Global zero offset/frame (SW 5 and higher)
5.7.10Actual value display: Settable zero system, SZS (SW 5.2 and higher)
5.8User data/user variables (GUD, PUD, LUD)
5.8.2Changing/finding user data/user variables
5.9Displaying system variables (SW 4.1 and higher)
5.9.1Processing/creating variable views
6.4.3Selective program protection: *RO* (MMC 103, SW 5 and higher)
6.4.4Defining and activating user data (GUD, LUD)
6.5User-defined contour programming (from SW 4.3 and SW 5)
6.5.4Graphic representation of the contour
6.5.5Input screen forms for parameterizing the contour elements
6.5.7Parameter description of straight line/circle contour elements
6.5.8Examples of user-defined contour programming
6.6Program simulation MMC 100.2
6.6.2Milling simulation before machining (SW 5.2 and higher)
6.6.3Milling simulation during machining (SW 5.2 and higher)
6.7.5Section by section simulation (SW 5.2)
6.7.6Simulation for orientable toolholder (SW 5.3)
6.8Simulation with external network drive (SW 5.2)
6.9.2File types, blocks and directories
6.9.4New workpiece/part program
6.9.5Storing setup data (SW 5.2 and higher)
6.9.6Selecting a program for execution
6.9.7Loading/unloading a program (MMC 103)
6.11Accessing an external network drive/computer (from SW 5.2)
7 04.00 "Services" Operating Area
"Services" Operating Area
7.3Formats for saving and importing data
7.5.3Reading in data via the V.24 interface
7.5.4Storing data from the clipboard
7.5.5Reading out data via the V.24 interface
7.5.6Reading out PLC alarm texts and cycle texts
7.5.9Importing/exporting ISO programs via V.24 (SW 5 and higher)
7.5.10Restoring the original state via NC card (SW 4.4 and higher)
7.6.2Setting the V.24 interface
7.6.6Defining and activating user data (GUD)
7.6.7Importing/exporting ISO programs (SW 5 and higher)
7.7.2Restoring the original state via NC card (SW 4.4 and higher)
"Diagnosis" Operating Area
8.3.3Service Safety Integrated (SW 5.2 and higher)
8.3.4Configuration data (SW 4.1 and higher, MMC 103)
8.5Selecting/creating operand forms for PLC status
8.5.1Reading in an operand (MMC 100.2)
8.6Displaying system resources (NC, MMC) (SW 4.1 and higher)
910.00 "Start-up" Operating Area
"Start-up" Operating Area
9.2.1Display options: Masking filters (SW 4 and higher)
9.4.1Changing the MMC interface
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