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Machining: CNC
251 Control Panel Functions for the CNC Lathe

CourseCode: SOC-251-340160
Length: 1 Hours

Target Audience
Intermediate Level

Control Panel Functions for the CNC Lathe explains how operators use the machine and control panel functions to operate a CNC lathe. Operators use the handle and jog modes to move a turret or machine spindle incrementally or steadily. MDI mode executes isolated lines of programming and memory mode selects and edits existing programs. Before running a program, an operator may choose to execute the program in single block mode to prove it out or select the optional stop or block delete functions. The cycle start button starts the program. Once a program is running, the operator can use the control interface to adjust cutting variables with overrides.To use a CNC lathe, an operator needs to know how to perform important operations using machine panel functions to move machine components and control panel functions to execute programming codes. After taking this class, users should be able to explain the purpose of frequently used controls on the control panel of a CNC lathe.

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Courses Ascending
Intermediate: 201 Introduction to CNC Machines
Intermediate: 202 History and Definition of CNC
Intermediate: 211 Basics of the CNC Lathe
Intermediate: 212 Basics of the CNC Mill
Intermediate: 221 Coordinates for the CNC Lathe
Intermediate: 222 Coordinates for the CNC Mill
Intermediate: 231 Basics of G Code Programming
Intermediate: 241 Introduction to CAD and CAM for Machining
Intermediate: 251 Control Panel Functions for the CNC Lathe
Intermediate: 252 Control Panel Functions for the CNC Mill
Intermediate: 261 Offsets on the CNC Lathe
Intermediate: 262 Offsets on the CNC Mill
Advanced: 301 Creating a CNC Turning Program
Advanced: 302 Creating a CNC Milling Program
Advanced: 311 Calculations for Programming the Lathe
Advanced: 312 Calculations for Programming the Mill
Advanced: 321 Canned Cycles for the Lathe
Advanced: 322 Canned Cycles for the Mill
Beginner: 120 Basics of the CNC Turning Center
Beginner: 135 Basics of the CNC Swiss-Type Lathe
Intermediate: 220 CNC Specs for the Mill
Intermediate: 225 CNC Specs for the Lathe
Intermediate: 260 Mazak Mill: Safety for the Mill
Intermediate: 265 Mazak Lathe: Safety for the Lathe
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