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Features. • Switchable mill and lathe system in one simulator. • 3 axis milling / 2 axis turning system + 1 spindle. • Manual Guide i installed for conversational. CNC simulator is a training device which uses the actual hardware. Learning CNC operation using actual CNC display, MDI key, manual pulse generator used . Software · Video Tutorial · PDF SINUMERIK, aracer.mobi, MB, Download>> MITSUBISHI EMotion-NC, Epdf, MB, Download>>.

The purpose of this tutorial is to learn the basic concepts of how to use the CNCSimulator Pro from scratch. We are going to make a very simple part, milling a slot and drilling four holes on a x x 20 millimeter workpiece. For simplicity we are going to ignore radius compensation and we work only in absolute coordinates. This is the part we are going to make: First of all, we need to set millimeters as units and load an appropriate machine for our project. From the main menu, select Settings and click on Settings. Ensure that you have millimeters selected as this tutorial is made in millimeters. Click OK to close the settings dialog. Press F2 on the keyboard to open the Inventory Browser. Click on the green plus button to add a new workpiece.

Tutorial 1 – getting started with the CNCSimulator Pro

Now what we have to do is to load a machine for the project. Click on the Open Machine button to show the Select Machine dialog. You can also click File — Load Machine from the main menu.

Uncheck the Open demo checkbox and click on the Turning Center machine. Click the "Open" button. OK, now we need to create a workpiece for your project. Press F2 to open the Inventory Browser where we keep all our tools, workpieces, materials and offsets.

Click the Lathe Workpieces tab. If you have not previously created any workpieces, this is what you will see. Click on the Add button to add a new workpiece.

Enter 50 for diameter, for length and ignore all other settings. As you can see on the blue bar below the workpiece picture, our index for this workpiece is one. Yours might be another index if you already had workpieces stored. OK great, now let's start writing the CNC program! You can either type in the command by hand followed by the index number for the workpiece or take a shortcut by clicking the Insert at cursor button. This button will automatically put the command in the editor.

Put the cursor at the end of the first line and press enter. This is to ensure that the next command we insert will end up on a new line. Next step is to select a tool to use for our rough cuts. Press F2 again to open the Inventory Browser. This time we are going to stay on the first page Tools and click on the Embedded lathe tools option. Actually, we are going to use the first one so you could just go ahead and click the Insert at cursor button again.

If you create your own tools later, you will use only T for tool selections. Besides selecting the tool, we need to execute the actual tool change by putting the code M06 after the tool selection.

Note when you press M or G or any other recognized code a list of available codes will pop-up. Either type 6 or select M06 from the list by using the mouse or the arrow keys on the keyboard. OK, by now we are all set to start cutting the workpiece.

Click the Reset View button to zoom in on the workpiece. Zoom in a bit further by clicking in the 3D view and rolling the mouse wheel away from you. Click the Start Simulation button to execute the commands we have entered so far. Now, this is what the 3D view should look like: As you can see, the workpiece that we made and the tool we selected are in place. Let's move the tool in position for the first rough cut by using the G00 code. The distance from the plane to the spindle is 23 millimeter.

Click Settings — Settings from the main menu. While we are at it, set all other settings like in the picture above. Click OK.

Now what we have to do is to load a machine for the project. Click on the Open Machine button to show the Select Machine dialog.

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You can also click File — Load Machine from the main menu. Uncheck the Open demo checkbox and click on the Turning Center machine. Click the "Open" button.

OK, now we need to create a workpiece for your project. Press F2 to open the Inventory Browser where we keep all our tools, workpieces, materials and offsets.

Click the Lathe Workpieces tab. If you have not previously created any workpieces, this is what you will see. Click on the Add button to add a new workpiece. Enter 50 for diameter, for length and ignore all other settings.

As you can see on the blue bar below the workpiece picture, our index for this workpiece is one. Yours might be another index if you already had workpieces stored. You can either type in the command by hand followed by the index number for the workpiece or take a shortcut by clicking the Insert at cursor button.

This button will automatically put the command in the editor. Put the cursor at the end of the first line and press enter.

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This is to ensure that the next command we insert will end up on a new line. Next step is to select a tool to use for our rough cuts. Press F2 again to open the Inventory Browser. This time we are going to stay on the first page Tools and click on the Embedded lathe tools option. Actually, we are going to use the first one so you could just go ahead and click the Insert at cursor button again. This is what you should have in the editor at the moment: If you create your own tools later, you will use only T for tool selections.

Besides selecting the tool, we need to execute the actual tool change by putting the code M06 after the tool selection. Note when you press M or G or any other recognized code a list of available codes will pop-up.

Either type 6 or select M06 from the list by using the mouse or the arrow keys on the keyboard. OK, by now we are all set to start cutting the workpiece. Click the Reset View button to zoom in on the workpiece.

Zoom in a bit further by clicking in the 3D view and rolling the mouse wheel away from you. Click the Start Simulation button to execute the commands we have entered so far. As you can see, the workpiece that we made and the tool we selected are in place. Let's move the tool in position for the first rough cut by using the G00 code. The distance from the plane to the spindle is 23 millimeter.

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That means that the right end of our mm long workpiece is at 77 in the Z axis. Always take the 23 millimeters into account! We want to take away 10 millimeter from the diameter per cut 5 mm material so we should put the tool on 40 as our initial diameter is Let us also put the tool on Z 80 so we have some space 3 mm between the tool and the workpiece end plane.

Type G00 X40 Z80 and press Enter. If you move the mouse over the codes in the block above, you will see tooltip windows explaining what they do.

OK, now we back out the tool a bit before going with fast traverse back to Z Type X44 Z52 and press Enter. Note that we did not have to write G01 again as it is already activated. The code is modal.