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CNC Tech aims to provide training to mass participants at your premises and at your convenience and more importantly making training financially viable. The value addition is the savings on lodging, boarding and long distant traveling expenses, thus reducing the training cost drastically. Refer the list of Clientele since 1980.

However much management may have the intention of training their technical staff at the manufacturer’s end, it is not always feasible in terms of costs involved, it is unable to fulfill this need, because bigger the group bigger the expense. Moreover it is difficult to manage production in the absence of production staff. Under such circumstances, the individuals and the company, both suffer in the long run. Quite often, the departmental heads amidst their daily pressures ignore the necessity of training. This leads to the staff learning / understanding the control system on their own, through trial and error.

Courses are designed to suit the corporate objectives and their budget. Accordingly, training modules are prepared depending the duration allotted. Special courses are conducted for Supervisors, Managers and Senior Managers.
CNC Training Proposal for At-Site Corporate Courses
Module I (2 days)
Operations (1 day)
Manual operation Automatic operation Editing a part program
Displaying setting data CRT / MDI panel Function keys and soft keys
Manual Reference return Jog step & Continuous feed Manual handle feed
Automatic operation MDI operation Sequence number search
Program restart Subprogram call Program test
Machine lock and auxiliary function Feed rate override Rapid traverse override
Dry run & Single block    
Practicals (1 day)
All participants to operate m/c independ. How to Reference the m/c, Jog axes, use MPG, Activate commands in MDI……
Precautions while operating m/c highlighted An interactive session on the m/c for opn (Edit and run 1 program on the m/c)
Module II (3 days)
Program Writing
How to write safe and syst progs Program syntax and Format Program configuration
Examples and Test Programs    
Program Editing (4 programs to be written)
Insert, Alter and Delete Background editing Automatic operation
Sequence number search Program restart Subprogram call
Program test M/c lock and aux function Feed rate override
Rapid traverse override Dry run & Single block  
Module III (4 days)
Concepts
Concepts of CNC Machine Machine configuration Closed loop system
Emphasis on Safe Use of CNC m/c Machine coordinate system Controlled axes
Reference position Work piece coordinate system  
Setting
Safe procedures for tool & job setting Tips on avoiding accuracy problems Setting and displaying data
Screens displayed by offset menu    
Programming
Cartesian coordinates Polar coordinate Absolute & incremental programming
Decimal point programming Diameter and radius programming Interpolation functions
Positioning in Rapid Linear & Circular interpolation Feed functions
Spindle speed function Constant surface speed (Turning) Tool function (T function)
Tool selection / Tool geometry Miscellaneous function (M Codes) Preparatory function (G Codes)
Turning Canned cycle (G32,G90,G92,G94) Multiple repetitive cycle (G70 - G76) Chamfering and corner radius
Tool nose radius comp. (Turning) Stored Stroke check  
 
  Module I (2 days) Module II (3 days) Module III (4 days)
Background Operators /Setters Programmers /Setters / Process Planning Operators / Programmers Setters / Process Planning
Qualification ITI / NCTVT / Dip Dip / BE ITI / Dip /BE
Experience Fresh or 1 yr on Conventional m/c Min. 1 yr in Programming Min. 1 yr on CNC m/c's
Outcome Reduce Accidents, M/c down time and rejections Trouble shoot Program errors Hone programming /setting skills Be able to program, operate & do job setting independently
Duration 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days
Fees Course fees charged on per day basis (15 participants per batch to be Ideal)
 
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