TNC Q-parameter programming

For all contouring controls as of
TNC 4xx/iTNC 530/TNC 320/TNC 620/TNC 640

Course contents

Reading and writing of machining cycles

Programming techniques

  • Logical operations (If....then)
  • Conditional and unconditional jumps
  • Branching in programs and outside of the program
  • Program section repeats
  • Nesting techniques

Drilling

  • Simple bolt hole circle
  • Universal deep-hole drilling cycle

Milling in the plane

  • Milling cycles for contours and technical curves (e.g. ellipses, spirals)
  • Letter engraving program

Milling of bodies

  • Schemata for repeatable 3-D task types
  • Milling cycles for spatial machining (tapered internal threads, Archimedean spirals, etc.)
  • Combination of HEIDENHAIN cycles with Q parameters
  • Rounding of corners on any contours

Miscellaneous functions

  • Logging of data with the aid of freely definable tables
  • Practical applications for the functions FN 16; 17;18; ...

Objectives of the course

The course participants can:

  • Create cycle-type machining sequences
  • Programming milling operations of plane curves with mathematical functions
  • Combination of Q parameters and HEIDENHAIN cycles
  • Use the functions FN 16; 17; 18;...

Target group

Experienced programmers and operators of CNC milling machines, CNC trainers, application engineers

Requirements

  • Completion of the basic course, or the equivalent knowledge of programming with the control
  • Understanding of logical operations (If... then...)
ID: 352
Details
Location

HEIDENHAIN Training Center, Traunreut

Further providers/locations see button "Training worldwide"

Pricing
Duration
4.5 days
Monday 8:00 a.m. to
Friday approx. 12:00 noon
Number of participants
Maximum 8
TNC Q-parameter programming For all contouring controls as of
TNC 4xx/iTNC 530/TNC 320/TNC 620/TNC 640

Reading and writing of machining cycles

Programming techniques

  • Logical operations (If....then)
  • Conditional and unconditional jumps
  • Branching in programs and outside of the program
  • Program section repeats
  • Nesting techniques

Drilling

  • Simple bolt hole circle
  • Universal deep-hole drilling cycle

Milling in the plane

  • Milling cycles for contours and technical curves (e.g. ellipses, spirals)
  • Letter engraving program

Milling of bodies

  • Schemata for repeatable 3-D task types
  • Milling cycles for spatial machining (tapered internal threads, Archimedean spirals, etc.)
  • Combination of HEIDENHAIN cycles with Q parameters
  • Rounding of corners on any contours

Miscellaneous functions

  • Logging of data with the aid of freely definable tables
  • Practical applications for the functions FN 16; 17;18; ...