G-Code programming manual - 149 Pages

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Document M323C0 31.01.07 Read thoroughly before installation Contains important information on: programming > This manual contains information exclusively devoted to the user of D.Electron products to allow a correct usage of delivered devices. No part of this manual can be duplicated or delivered to third parties for an usage not corresponding to that indicated.All information here contained have been accurately checked to be exact and reliable, but D.Electron doesn֒t assume any responsibility for possible inaccuracies. D.Electron reserves the right to make all modifications necessary to improve the performance and reliability of its products. D.Electron - Via R. Giuliani 140 - 50141 Firenze ITALY Internet: www.delectron.itTel ++39 - 055 - 416927 Fax ++39 - 055 - 434220 email delectron@delectron.it size="-1">

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) > This manual contains a simplified description of Z32 control programming. This document doesnt contain a detailed description of all functionalities available, focusing only on the most common and useful for the programming of milling machines or machining centers. For a complete and detailed description of all functionalities available in the Z32 numerical control, please consult ғProgramming Manual M96 .This manual is valid for SIS T109-8 version or later. >

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) > The base programming Z32 numerical controls follows the indications of ISO directions. The program for a workpiece (or part-program) is a text file composed by a series of instructions stored in sequential way. The ISO lines are composed by a line number (not mandatory) and by a series of elementary instructions. 2.1.1 Machine behavior at reset The machine behavior at reset is defined as the condition assumed by the machine when the pushbutton Reset Ӕ is pressed on the console. This behavior is important because it determines the machine functionality...

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) All geometric transforms, translations, mirroring, rotations, scale factors, etc. are disabled at reset . All functions and settings related to RTCP (rotating tool centre point) are disabled at reset . At reset, all high speed settings are restored with the corresponding parameters contained in the machine setup . Please consult the machine tool builder for further information. Warning : it is important to remember that at the beginning of a part-program execution, a reset condition is forced. Thus the machine initiates the execution starting from...

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) Format of numeric values : - At least one number must be programmed (the zero value is programmed with one or more 0Ӕ characters) - The division between integer and decimal part may be indicated either with .Ӕ (point) and with ,Ӕ (comma). All following sample programming are valid ISO lines: X.1 X .1 X,1 X0,1 X 0.1 X00000,1000 - All numbers cannot have more than 9 significant digits before or after the decimal delimiter. All following sample programming are valid ISO lines: X123456789 X0.123456789 X0.0000123456789 X12345.6789 Invalid programming samples:...

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) > The F parameter defines the feed velocity during machining and it is programmed writing the letter F followed by the desired feed value (numeric value with a maximum of 9 significant digits). Programmed after G94 it defines the F velocity in unitsӔ per minute. Example: With linear axes measured in millimeters, F100 means 100 mm/min. With linear axes measured in inches, F100 means 100 in/min. With round axes measured in degrees, F100 means 100 deg/min. G94 is active after reset and it is thus the normal mode if not otherwise specified. Programmed...

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) > The M functions (miscellaneous) are mainly related to the machine tool behavior and their functionality is mostly defined by the machine tool builder. All M functions require a machine stop. The ISO standards indicate the functionality of many M codes: only some M codes are decoded and managed by the Z32, and only these codes will be discussed. The numeric value (two integer digits) following the letter MӔ, indicates the programmed M function. All leading zeros can be omitted (G0 = G00). ISO MӔ codes M0 - stop It stops the program execution; program...

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) 2.4 Auxiliary functions MA, MB, MC > Besides M auxiliary functions, the Z32 control offers to the machine tool builder three more auxiliary functions categories (MA, MB, MC) sent to the machine logic. The MA, MB and MC functions may be programmed with 9 significant digits, before or after the decimal delimiter. The MA, MB and MC functions provoke the machine stop. For further details, please consult the machine tool builder. 2.5 End of program and end of subprogram (M2 G26) > The end of program instruction is the M2 code. When the Z32 control decodes...

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) > Two types of origins are defined for the machine: - Base origins : set by the machine tool builder, they define the fixed reference system of the machine. These origins normally doesnt require modifications during machine usage. - Supplementary origins : defined by the user, they define the position of working area with respect to the base origins. When a supplementary origin is activated, all positions programmed in the part-program are related to the active supplementary origin. The setup of supplementary origins is generally an activity to be...

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CNC Z32 - Programming guide (Milling Machines) Note : The supplementary origins are stored in the CNC CMOS memory. Depending on the process the origins belong, the files are the following: Process: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Origin file: 126 123 120 117 114 111 In single process machines, the file containing the origins is the file 126 (the file related to process 0). The syntax of an origin file is as follows: :OS X1=123.4 Y1=-231.5 The file begins with the header œ:OS which indicates the start of the section specific for the origins In the following lines, the values of the various origins are stored. In the...

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