For those machining processes that have been
automatically created, check the machining sequence. If
the machining sequence is invalid, the tool may collide with
the workpiece and/or machine, or forced machining may
occur, possibly causing damage to the machine or tool itself,
or injury to the user.
The automatic process determination function enables the operator to
create NC data by simply entering the material figure and part figure and
pressing soft keys.
This function eliminates or greatly reduces the number of data entering
operations for menu item 4 (machining definition).
This function uses tooling information, tool data, and setting data. Set
these data before using this function.
The following processes can be specified using the automatic process
1) Turning process
– Center drilling
– Outer surface roughing
– Inner surface roughing
– Outer surface semifinishing
– Inner surface semifinishing
– Outer surface finishing
– Inner surface finishing
– Grooving or residual machining
– Cutting–off (B option for the automatic process determination
– Bar feeding (B option for the automatic process determination
2) C–axis process
– C–axis center drilling
– C–axis drilling
– C–axis tapping
– C–axis grooving
– Face milling
– Cylindrical grooving