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Heidenhain programming training

Programming training certified by Heidenhain

Edufix Oy is a training company certified by Dr. Johannes Heidenhain GmbH. In the Nordic countries, programming training certificates have been granted to three operators, one in Denmark and two in Finland. In Finland, Tampere Vocational College holds the only other certificate.

Training benefits both the experienced and novice Heidenhain programmers.

Edufix Oy provides training on the request of its own clients and other cooperation partners. Trainings can be tailored to the needs of the client company and organized in the client’s own operating premises.

Contents:

    • Screen and keyboard of the controls
    • File management
    • Basic reference point management
    • Tool and position table, spare tools, index tools
    • Approach and departure (APPR/DEP)
    • Contour description in a X-Y coordinate system
    • Contour description in a polar coordinate system
    • Basic M codes
    • Machining work cycles
    • Work cycle signalling
    • Coordinate system modification cycles
    • Sub-programmes and sectional repeats
    • Programme commenting
    • Programme testing

Target group

For equipment operators, programmers, trainers, and maintenance staff.

Aims of the course

The operator is familiar with the various control methods and can independently programme the basic control functions in both the X-Y and polar coordinate systems using the Heidenhain programming language. Can use the tool table and is familiar with the structure of sub-programmes and sectional repeats. Is familiar with file management and file formats. Is familiar with the length and radius compensations and path correction. Can implement basic work cycles and basic M codes.

Contents

  • FK programming (Flex Kontour, free contour programming)
  • SL work cycles
  • Contour line
  • Trochoid machining
  • Special M codes
  • M109/110/111 standard speed
  • M120 (Look Ahead)
  • M140 Move Back
  • M142 Deleting modal programming information
  • Creating own work cycles
  • Programming using DXF images
  • CYCLE 19 tilting the machining plane

Requirements

Completion of STEP 1 course / equivalent knowledge of programming

Target group

Operators, programmers, and trainers

Aims of the course

The operator is familiar with the work cycles of SL series and FK programming and can use various tables. Can use Q parametres as part of the work cycles.

Contents

  • Tilting of the machining plane, PLANE functions
  • DXF programming, programming based on images
  • Automatic correction of machine geometry during machining with tilted axles, M114
  • Maintaining the position of the tool tip when the tilted axle is brought into position (TCPM), M128
  • Special M codes
  • Machine kinematics
  • Adding a smart unit into the programme

Target group

Mechanical engineers, programmers, and trainers

Duration

3 days

Contents

  • Parametric programming
  • FK programming
  • Reading and writing FN18/FN17 system information
  • Using of the programming station
  • Kinematics in various machines

Requirements

The participants must have extensive knowledge in the functions of TNC 426/iTC 530 control. Completion of the STEP 1 course is the minimum requirement.

Target group

Experienced mechanical engineers, programmers, and trainers.

Duration

4 days

Contents

  • Basics
  • Machining configuration
  • Machining station configuration
  • Contour specification
  • Use of DXF images in SmarT.NC programming
  • Practical drills

Requirements

Completion of STEP 1 and STEP 2 courses.

Target group

Mechanical engineers, programmers, and trainers

Duration

1 day

Contents

  • Calibration of touch detectors
  • Manual measuring work cycles
  • Automatic measuring work cycles
  • Setting of zero points using a detector
  • Tool measurement in machining equipment
  • Creation and use of own tables

Requirements

Completion of STEP 1 course

Target group

Mechanical engineers, programmers, and trainers

Aims of the course

Participants are familiar with the opportunities offered by the touch detector and tool length detector.

Duration

2 days

Consulting

The operations of Edufix are primarily based on three main principles: maintenance, training and consulting. They form a lifecycle service with which we can guarantee long-term and efficient machining power for our clients.

Call us

Jukka Honkanen 0400 420 648
Jaakko Lemmetty 040 7177 140

Contact us

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