CNC Manual Programming/LATHE 1 CECA-910
|Course Name||CNC Manual Programming/LATHE 1|
|Category||Engineering Technology & Applied Science|
|Description||In CNC Manual Programming Lathe 1, leaning on your preexisting knowledge of manual machining operations, you will receive an introduction to programming and operation of a CNC 3-axis turning centre
The course will prepare you to write an operational instruction set for a turning centre (Mori-Seiki SL-150- Fanuc 16 Control) with a CNC program. Topics covered will include: linear interpolation, speeds and feeds, program format, word address system machine and control specifications, point-to-point programming, canned cycles (drill-like operations), canned machining cycles (G90/G94) and more.
Much of the hands-on course will revolve around the completion of in-class assignments and demonstrations. Attendance to all classes is mandatory.
Once you finish your studies in the CNC Manual Programming Lathe 1 course, you will be able 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 of the machine tool;
• Set up a CNC turning center;
• Debug and/or optimize a CNC program at the machine;
• Machine parts to drawing specifications and tolerances.
|Notes||Register online : https://secure.centennialcollege.ca/webreg or call 416-289-5300|
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