Computer Numerical Control Manual Programming Mill 1 CECA-901
|Course Name||Computer Numerical Control Manual Programming Mill 1|
|Category||Engineering Technology & Applied Science|
|Description||Because machining component parts on CNC machine tools requires knowledge and application of generic machine codes, this CNC Mill Manual Programming 1 course will focus on just that.
You will receive instruction in the writing of manual programs for a 3-axis CNC machining center (Bridgeport VMC 1000/ Fanuc 18i control). You will study topics including linear and circular milling, speeds and feeds, program format, word address, system machines and control specs, and drill like operations.
During your time in CNC Mill Manual Programming 1, you will complete three major assignments and write an exam. Attendance will play a role in your final grade (25 per cent) as you learn to successfully write programs to machine production parts of varying complexity.
Once you complete this offering, you will have the know-how to:
• Interpret part drawings and develop an efficient manufacturing process;
• Write efficient CNC programs to machine piece parts to the required specifications and tolerances;
• Download CNC programs to the machine control unit (MCU) of the machine tool;
• Set up a CNC Vertical Machining Center;
• Debug and/or optimize a CNC program at the machine;
• Machine parts to drawing specifications and tolerances.
|Notes||Pre-requisite: A basic knowledge of Machining.
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