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1.2.1 Coordinate system
1.2.2 Operator panels
1.2.3 Operator panel keys
1.2.4 Machine control panels
1.2.5 Machine control panel elements
1.3.2 Operation via softkeys and keys
1.3.5 CNC ISO user interface
1.3.6 ShopTurn Open (PCU 50.3)
Setting up the machine
2.1 Switching on and off
2.2 Approaching a reference point
2.2.1 User agreement with Safety Integrated
2.5.1 Creating a new tool
2.5.3 Measuring a tool manually
2.5.4 Measuring a tool with a probe
2.5.5 Calibrating the probe
2.5.6 Measuring a tool with a magnifying glass
2.6 Measuring the workpiece zero
2.7.1 Setting the zero offset
2.7.2 Defining zero offsets
2.8.1 Selecting a tool and spindle
2.8.2 Traversing axes
2.8.3 Positioning axes
2.8.4 Simple stock removal of workpiece
2.8.5 Settings for manual mode
Machining the workpiece
3.1 Starting/stopping machining
3.2 Running in a program
3.3 Displaying the current program block
3.4 Repositioning axes
3.5 Starting execution at a specific program point
3.6 Controlling the program sequence
3.8 Testing a program
3.9 Correcting a program
3.10 Displaying G and auxiliary functions
3.11.1 Simulating prior to machining the workpiece
3.11.2 Simultaneous recording prior to machining the workpiece
3.11.3 Simultaneous recording during workpiece machining
3.11.4 Changing a blank shape for a G code program
3.11.5 Different workpiece views
3.11.6 Changing the cutout
3.12 Settings for automatic mode
3.12.1 Defining a test run feedrate
3.12.2 Parameterizing the workpiece counter
Creating a ShopTurn program
4.2.1 Machining planes
4.2.2 Machining cycle approach and retraction
4.2.3 Absolute and incremental dimensions
4.2.4 Polar coordinates
4.2.5 Pocket calculator
4.3 Sequence program
4.3.2 Creating a new program
4.3.3 Creating program blocks
4.3.4 Changing program blocks
4.3.5 Program editor
4.3.6 Specifying a quantity
ShopTurn functions
5.1 Straight or circular path movements
5.1.1 Selecting a tool and machining plane
5.1.3 Circle with known center point
5.1.4 Circle with known radius
5.1.5 Polar coordinates
5.1.6 Straight polar
5.2.1 Centered drilling
5.2.2 Thread centered
5.2.3 Drilling and reaming
5.2.4 Deep hole drilling
5.2.7 Positioning and position patterns
5.2.8 Freely programmable positions
5.2.9 Line position pattern
5.2.10 Matrix position pattern
5.2.11 Box position pattern
5.2.12 Full circle position pattern
5.2.13 Pitch circle position pattern
5.2.14 Including and skipping positions
5.2.15 Repeating positions
5.3.1 Roughing cycles
5.3.2 Recessing cycles
5.3.3 Undercut form E and F
5.3.4 Thread undercuts
5.3.5 Thread cutting
5.3.6 Thread re-machining
5.4.1 Representation of the contour
5.4.2 Creating a new contour
5.4.3 Creating contour elements
5.4.4 Changing a contour
5.4.6 Stock removal of residual material
5.4.8 Grooving residual material
5.4.9 Plunge-turning
5.4.10 Plunge-turning residual material
5.5.1 Rectangular pocket
5.5.2 Circular pocket
5.5.3 Rectangular spigot
5.5.4 Circular spigot
5.5.5 Longitudinal slot
5.5.6 Circumferential slot
5.6.1 Representation of the contour
5.6.2 Creating a new contour
5.6.3 Creating contour elements
5.6.4 Changing a contour
5.6.6 Predrilling a contour pocket
5.6.7 Milling a contour pocket (roughing)
5.6.8 Removing residual material from a contour pocket
5.6.9 Finishing the contour pocket
5.6.10 Chamfering a contour pocket
5.6.11 Milling a contour spigot (roughing)
5.6.12 Removing residual material from a contour spigot
5.6.13 Finishing a contour spigot
5.6.14 Chamfering a contour spigot
5.7 Calling a subroutine
5.8 Repeating program blocks
5.9 Machining with the counterspindle
5.10 Changing program settings
5.11 Calling zero offsets
5.12 Defining coordinate transformations
5.13 Programming the approach/retraction cycle
5.14 Inserting G code into the sequence program
5.15.2 Teaching a position pattern
5.15.3 Teaching a contour object
Working with manual machine
6.3 Simple workpiece machining in manual mode
6.3.3 Straight turning
6.4 More complex workpiece machining in manual mode
6.4.1 Drilling with Manual Machine
6.4.2 Turning with Manual Machine
6.4.3 Milling with Manual Machine
G code program
7.1 Creating a G code program
7.2 Executing a G code program
Working with a B axis
8.1 Turning machines with a B axis
8.2 Tool alignment for turning
8.3 Milling with a B axis
10.1 Tool list, tool wear list and tool magazine
10.2 Entering tools in the tool list
10.2.1 Creating a new tool
10.2.2 Creating multiple cutting edges for each tool
10.2.3 Creating a replacement tool
10.4 Deleting tools from the tool list
10.5 Loading/unloading a tool into/out of the magazine
10.7 Positioning a magazine
10.8 Entering tool wear data
10.9 Activating tool monitoring
10.10 Managing magazine locations
Program management
11.1 Managing programs with ShopTurn
11.2 Managing programs with ShopTurn on NCU (HMI Embedded sl)
11.2.1 Opening a program
11.2.2 Executing a program
11.2.3 Executing a G code program from USB/network drive
11.2.4 Creating a new directory/program
11.2.5 Selecting several programs
11.2.6 Copying/renaming a directory/program
11.2.7 Deleting a directory/program
11.2.8 Saving/reading in tool/zero point data
11.3 Managing programs with PCU 50.3 (HMI Advanced)
11.3.1 Opening a program
11.3.2 Executing a program
11.3.3 Loading/unloading a program
11.3.4 Executing a G code program from a hard disk or floppy disk/network drive
Messages, alarms, user data
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Published by: Alexandra Albu on Apr 10, 2011
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