Using the Siemens' ShopTurn function helps fast and efficient programming. The course consists of step-by-step instructions beginning with basic principles and gradually increasing in complexity. Specific descriptions and programming examples will also be covered in the course.
By the end of the course, you should be able to program components to a reasonable standard, thus achieving the full potential of your CNC turning centres.
Applicants should have a basic knowledge of Engineering and an understanding of component drawings would be advisable.
Specific course content includes:
Introduction & General Layout of Machine
Operator, Keyboard & Soft-key Explanation
Axes Configuration X, Z, C and Y if required
Modes e.g. T, S, M and MDA & Program Manager
Tool List Creation and Editing & Work Offset Menus
Create Shop Turn Program with Program Header
Planning the Machining Process & Structure
Contour Turning & Utilising Shop Turn to include
Turning, Facing & Boring Cycles
Hole Machining with Drilling, Tapping Cycles etc.
Simulating and Troubleshooting Programs
Grooving, Part Off, Threading Cycles
Drilling, Tapping & Thread Milling Cycles Using C or Y Axis
Pocket, Spigot & Engraving Milling Cycles Using C or Y Axis
Set Marks, Repeats in Sub Routines
Transformations Offset, Rotation Mirroring etc.
Explanation of Counter Spindle and Transfers if required
Description of M codes relative to type of Machine
Examples Utilising the Above
USB communication to machine
This course is run at the Mills Mills CNC Training Academy's facility in Leamington or can be held at a customer's facility. (Charges will be different to above.)
This course is theoretical and classroom-based using Touch Screen Computers with Siemens Sinutrain Control Simulation Software. Time can be spent training on a Siemens-controlled machine depending on availability.
If training is required at a customer's facility, it is important that attendees have a room with a projector & whiteboard available & unrestricted access to a Siemens-controlled lathe if required.
To find out more about this course call the Mills Mills CNC Training Academy on 01926 438363.
Safety Shoes and other P.P.E. Equipment is not required.
Siemens ShopTurn courses run at the Mills Mills CNC Training Academy last for 2 days:
Machine availability will be decided on the day.
Light lunch and soft drinks are provided. For special dietary requirements please contact the Mills Mills CNC Training Academy on 01926 438363 or email firstname.lastname@example.org