Teaching in a program
The "Teach in" function can be used to edit programs in the "AUTO" and "MDA" modes. You
can create and modify simple traversing blocks.
You traverse the axes manually to specific positions in order to implement simple machining
sequences and make them reproducible. The positions you approach are applied.
In "AUTO" teach-in mode, the selected program is "taught".
In "MDA" teach-in mode, you teach to the MDA buffer.
External programs, which may have been rendered offline, can therefore be adjusted and
modified according to need.
All defined axes are "taught in" in the first teach-in block. In all additional teach-in blocks,
only axes modified by axis traversing or manual input are "taught in".
If you exit teach-in mode, this sequence begins again.
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Select the desired program block, press the relevant softkey "Teach
position", "Rap. tra. G01", "Straight line G1" or "Circ. interm. pos. CIP",
and "Circ. end pos. CIP" and traverse the axes to change the program
You can only overwrite a block with a block of the same type.
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Position the cursor at the desired point in the program, press the
relevant softkey "Teach position", "Rap. tra. G01", "Straight line G1" or
"Circ. interp. pos. CIP", and "Circ. end pos. CIP" and traverse the axes
to insert a new program block.
In order for the block to be inserted, the cursor must be positioned in
an empty line using the cursor key and input key.
Press the "Accept" softkey to teach-in the modified or new program