Fanuc Symbol CAPi T Operators Manual

B–63304EN/02
3. EXECUTION OF
Symbolic FAPT
PROGRAMMING AND
OPERATION BY Symbolic FAPT
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Each time “Cursor ± or “Cursor ° is depressed when the above screen
appears, the position of the cursor of the process No. on the process table
moves up and down.
Press “Cursor ± or “Cursor ° to select an arbitrary Process No., and
correct the machining contents.
Also in this screen, the process can be inserted, deleted and replaced.
1) Sample Insertion
PROC 01: DRILLING
PROC 02: ROUGHING OF OUTER FIGURE
PROC 03: FINISHING OF OUTER FIGURE
PROC 04:
To insert roughing of inner figure between processes 02 and 03, follow
this procedure:
1 Press the CURSOR ± or CURSOR ° key to select the position of
insertion (in this example, process 03). A specified process will be
inserted immediately before the position selected by the cursor.
2 Press soft keys to select desired machining (for this example, press
the TURN key, then press the ROUGH. I.D. key) and define the
machining.
The results are as follows.
PROC 01: DRILLING
PROC 02: ROUGHING OF OUTER FIGURE
PROC 03: ROUGHING OF INNER FIGURE ² (INSERTION)
PROC 04: FINISHING OF OUTER FIGURE
PROC 05:
2) Sample Deletion
PROC 01: DRILLING
PROC 02: ROUGHING OF OUTER FIGURE
PROC 03: FINISHING OF OUTER FIGURE
PROC 04:
1 Press “CURSOR ± or “CURSOR ° to select the process no. to
be deleted (PROC. 02)
2 Press PROC DELETE”.
PROC 01: DRILLING
PROC 02: FINISHING OF OUTER FIGURE
PROC 03:
PROC 04:
3) Replacement
1 Insert a new machining process, then delete the old one.
2 Delete the old one, then insert a new machining process.
Only one process can be corrected if required after all processes are
prepared, and only NC data of its process can be output.
Press CORR. & OUT when the screen in Fig. 3.4.2 (a) appears: the
screen as shown in Fig. 3.4.2 (b) will appear.
Select the process to be output independently as NC data, using “Cursor
*” or Cursor *, and press NEXT PAGE. After the process is
corrected, the NC data creation screen appears. This screen shows the NC
data of the corrected process.
3.4.3
Output of Only Single
Process

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