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Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Function Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Function Manual (969 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Controller | Size: 11.84 MB
Table of contents
Ncu System Software For 840d Sl/840de Sl7................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Times (g3)178................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Tunnel Monitoring203................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Couplings And Esr221................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Exchange (s9)417................................................................................................................................................................
Tangential Control (t3)438................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Activation Of462................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation Of Compile Cycles (te02)490................................................................................................................................................................
Clearance Control (te1)506................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Axis (te2)566................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Transformation642................................................................................................................................................................
Mcs Coupling (te6)714................................................................................................................................................................
Retrace Support (te7)736................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle-independent Path782................................................................................................................................................................
Preprocessing (v2)822................................................................................................................................................................
Path Length Evaluation (w6)884................................................................................................................................................................
Gantry Axes (g1912................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Signal Output927................................................................................................................................................................

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Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operating Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operating Manual (610 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Controller | Size: 16.24 MB
Table of contents
Preface3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview17................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Panel Fronts18................................................................................................................................................................
Keys Of The Operator Panel20................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Control Panels26................................................................................................................................................................
User Interface29................................................................................................................................................................
Status Display30................................................................................................................................................................
Actual Value Window33................................................................................................................................................................
T,f,s Window34................................................................................................................................................................
Current Block Display35................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Via Softkeys And Buttons36................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Or Selecting Parameters37................................................................................................................................................................
Pocket Calculator40................................................................................................................................................................
Context Menu41................................................................................................................................................................
Touch Operation42................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Asian Characters43................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Management45................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help In Sinumerik Operate47................................................................................................................................................................
Switching On And Switching Off51................................................................................................................................................................
Approaching A Reference Point52................................................................................................................................................................
User Agreement53................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Modes55................................................................................................................................................................
Modes Groups And Channels57................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For The Machine58................................................................................................................................................................
Switching The Unit Of Measurement59................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Work Offset60................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Tool62................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Tool Length With The Workpiece As Reference Point63................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Radius Or Diameter64................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed Point Calibration65................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring A Tool With An Electrical Tool Probe66................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating The Electrical Tool Probe68................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Workpiece Zero69................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence Of Operations72................................................................................................................................................................
Examples With Manual Swivel73................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating The Electronic Workpiece Probe74................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Edge76................................................................................................................................................................
Edge Measurement78................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring A Corner80................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring A Pocket And Hole83................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring A Spigot90................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Plane95................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Measurement Function Selection97................................................................................................................................................................
Corrections After Measurement Of The Zero Point98................................................................................................................................................................
Work Offsets100................................................................................................................................................................
Display Active Zero Offset101................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Work Offset "overview102................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Editing Base Zero Offset103................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Editing Settable Zero Offset104................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Zero Offset Details105................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Work Offset106................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Axis And Spindle Data108................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Spindle Data109................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Setting Data Lists110................................................................................................................................................................
Handwheel Assignment111................................................................................................................................................................
Loading An Mda Program From The Program Manager113................................................................................................................................................................
Saving An Mda Program114................................................................................................................................................................
Executing An Mda Program115................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Mda Program116................................................................................................................................................................
General117................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Tool119................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping A Spindle Manually120................................................................................................................................................................
Position Spindle121................................................................................................................................................................
Traversing Axes122................................................................................................................................................................
Traversing Axes By A Variable Increment124................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Axes125................................................................................................................................................................
Swiveling126................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Face Milling Of Workpiece130................................................................................................................................................................
Default Settings For Manual Mode133................................................................................................................................................................
Machining The Workpiece135................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Program136................................................................................................................................................................
Testing A Program137................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Program Block138................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying A Basic Block139................................................................................................................................................................
Display Program Level140................................................................................................................................................................
Correcting A Program141................................................................................................................................................................
Repositioning Axes142................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Machining At A Specific Point143................................................................................................................................................................
Continuing Program From Search Target145................................................................................................................................................................
Defining An Interruption Point As Search Target146................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Search Target Via Search Pointer147................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Block Search In The Search Pointer148................................................................................................................................................................
Block Search Mode149................................................................................................................................................................
Intervening In The Program Sequence151................................................................................................................................................................
Skip Blocks153................................................................................................................................................................
Overstore154................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Program156................................................................................................................................................................
Searching In Programs157................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Program Text158................................................................................................................................................................
Copying/pasting/deleting A Program Block159................................................................................................................................................................
Renumber Program160................................................................................................................................................................
Editor Settings162................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying G Functions And Auxiliary Functions163................................................................................................................................................................
All G Functions165................................................................................................................................................................
Auxiliary Functions166................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Program Runtime And Counting Workpieces169................................................................................................................................................................
Setting For Automatic Mode170................................................................................................................................................................
Overview173................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation Before Machining Of The Workpiece179................................................................................................................................................................
Simultaneous Recording Before Machining Of The Workpiece181................................................................................................................................................................
Simultaneous Recording During Machining Of The Workpiece182................................................................................................................................................................
Different Views Of A Workpiece183................................................................................................................................................................
Side Views184................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Simulation Display185................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control During The Simulation186................................................................................................................................................................
Simulating The Program Block By Block187................................................................................................................................................................
Changing And Adapting A Simulation Graphic188................................................................................................................................................................
Panning A Graphical Representation189................................................................................................................................................................
Rotating The Graphical Representation190................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Viewport191................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Cutting Planes192................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Simulation Alarms193................................................................................................................................................................
Graphical Programming195................................................................................................................................................................
Program Views196................................................................................................................................................................
Program Structure199................................................................................................................................................................
Basics200................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Tool (t)201................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A G Code Program202................................................................................................................................................................
Blank Input203................................................................................................................................................................
Machining Plane, Milling Direction, Retraction Plane, Safe Clearance And Feedrate (pl, Rp Sc, F)205................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of The Cycles Via Softkey206................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Technology Functions211................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Cycle Parameters212................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Functions In The Input Screens213................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Cycle Support214................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Shopmill Program217................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Information223................................................................................................................................................................
Polar Coordinates224................................................................................................................................................................
Program Header227................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Program Blocks228................................................................................................................................................................
Tool, Offset Value, Feed And Spindle Speed (t, D, F, S, V)229................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Machine Functions231................................................................................................................................................................
Call Work Offsets233................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Number Of Workpieces235................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Program Blocks236................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Program Settings237................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Input Parameters243................................................................................................................................................................
Example, Standard Machining246................................................................................................................................................................
Workpiece Drawing247................................................................................................................................................................
Results/simulation Test259................................................................................................................................................................
G Code Machining Program261................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling265................................................................................................................................................................
Centering (cycle81)266................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling (cycle82)268................................................................................................................................................................
Reaming (cycle85)269................................................................................................................................................................
Deep-hole Drilling (cycle83)270................................................................................................................................................................
Boring (cycle86)273................................................................................................................................................................
Drill And Thread Milling (cycle78)280................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning And Position Patterns283................................................................................................................................................................
Arbitrary Positions (cycle802)284................................................................................................................................................................
Position Pattern Line (holes1), Grid Or Frame (cycle801)285................................................................................................................................................................
Circle Position Pattern (holes2)286................................................................................................................................................................
Repeating Positions288................................................................................................................................................................
Milling289................................................................................................................................................................
Rectangular Pocket (pocket3)292................................................................................................................................................................
Circular Pocket (pocket4)295................................................................................................................................................................
Rectangular Spigot (cycle76)299................................................................................................................................................................
Circular Spigot (cycle77)301................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-edge (cycle79)303................................................................................................................................................................
Longitudinal Groove (slot1)305................................................................................................................................................................
Circumferential Groove (slot2)308................................................................................................................................................................
Open Groove (cycle899)311................................................................................................................................................................
Long Hole (longhole) - Only For G Code Programs317................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Milling (cycle70)319................................................................................................................................................................
Engraving (cycle60)323................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Milling328................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Contour330................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Contour Elements332................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Contour336................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Call (cycle62) - Only For G Code Program337................................................................................................................................................................
Path Milling (cycle72)338................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Pocket/contour Spigot (cycle63/64)342................................................................................................................................................................
Predrilling Contour Pocket (cycle64)344................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Contour Pocket (cycle63)347................................................................................................................................................................
Residual Material Contour Pocket (cycle63)349................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Contour Spigot (cycle63)351................................................................................................................................................................
Residual Material Contour Spigot (cycle63)353................................................................................................................................................................
Turning - Only For G Code Programs355................................................................................................................................................................
Groove (cycle930)358................................................................................................................................................................
Undercut Form E And F (cycle940)360................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Undercut (cycle940)362................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Turning (cycle99)365................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Chain (cycle98)373................................................................................................................................................................
Cut-off (cycle92)376................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Turning - Only For G Code Programs378................................................................................................................................................................
Representation Of The Contour379................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Call (cycle62)388................................................................................................................................................................
Stock Removal (cycle952)390................................................................................................................................................................
Stock Removal Residual (cycle952)394................................................................................................................................................................
Grooving (cycle952)396................................................................................................................................................................
Grooving Residual Material (cycle952)398................................................................................................................................................................
Plunge Turning (cycle952)400................................................................................................................................................................
Plunge Turning Residual Material (cycle952)403................................................................................................................................................................
Further Cycles And Functions406................................................................................................................................................................
Swiveling Tool (cycle800)414................................................................................................................................................................
Swiveling Tool/orienting Milling Tools - Only For G Code Program (cycle800)415................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Settings (cycle832)416................................................................................................................................................................
Subroutines418................................................................................................................................................................
Further Cycles And Functions Shopmill420................................................................................................................................................................
Translation421................................................................................................................................................................
Rotation422................................................................................................................................................................
Scaling423................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring424................................................................................................................................................................
Straight Or Circular Machining425................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Straight Line427................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Circle With Known Center Point428................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Circle With Known Radius429................................................................................................................................................................
Helix430................................................................................................................................................................
Straight Polar432................................................................................................................................................................
Circle Polar433................................................................................................................................................................
Obstacle434................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-channel View435................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Multi-channel View438................................................................................................................................................................
User Variables441................................................................................................................................................................
R Parameters442................................................................................................................................................................
Global Gud443................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Gud444................................................................................................................................................................
Local Lud445................................................................................................................................................................
Program Pud446................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For User Data447................................................................................................................................................................
Teaching In A Program449................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting A Block450................................................................................................................................................................
Input Parameters For Teach-in Blocks451................................................................................................................................................................
Teach-in Via Window452................................................................................................................................................................
Teach In Rapid Traverse G0454................................................................................................................................................................
Teach-in A Spline455................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Block456................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Block457................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Block458................................................................................................................................................................
Magazine Management462................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Types463................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Dimensioning465................................................................................................................................................................
Tool List472................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Data474................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Tool475................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Tool478................................................................................................................................................................
Loading And Unloading Tools479................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Magazine480................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Wear482................................................................................................................................................................
Reactivating A Tool484................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Data Oem485................................................................................................................................................................
Magazine486................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning A Magazine488................................................................................................................................................................
Sorting Tool Management Lists490................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering The Tool Management Lists491................................................................................................................................................................
Specific Search In The Tool Management Lists492................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Tool Details493................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Tool Type494................................................................................................................................................................
Program Management495................................................................................................................................................................
Nc Memory498................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Drives499................................................................................................................................................................
Opening And Closing The Program500................................................................................................................................................................
Executing A Program501................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Directory/program/job List/program List503................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Workpiece504................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New G Code Program505................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Shopmill Program506................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Joblist507................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Program List509................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Templates510................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Program In The Preview511................................................................................................................................................................
Copying And Pasting A Directory/program513................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Program/directory515................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming File And Directory Properties516................................................................................................................................................................
Extcall517................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Data519................................................................................................................................................................
Generating The Archive Via Series Startup520................................................................................................................................................................
Reading In An Archive522................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Data523................................................................................................................................................................
Reading-in Set-up Data525................................................................................................................................................................
Reading-in And Reading-out Archives527................................................................................................................................................................
Setting V24 In The Program Manager529................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Drives531................................................................................................................................................................
Ht 8 Overview535................................................................................................................................................................
Traversing Keys538................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Control Panel Menu539................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Keyboard540................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating The Touch Panel542................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Message (828d Only)543................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Easy Message544................................................................................................................................................................
Creating/editing A User Profile545................................................................................................................................................................
Setting-up Events546................................................................................................................................................................
Logging An Active User On And Off548................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Sms Logs549................................................................................................................................................................
Making Settings For Easy Message550................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Extend (828d Only)551................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling A Device552................................................................................................................................................................
Activating And Deactivating A Device553................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning Easy Extend554................................................................................................................................................................
Service Planner (828d Only)555................................................................................................................................................................
Set Maintenance Tasks557................................................................................................................................................................
Ladder Viewer And Ladder Add-on (828d Only)559................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The User Interface560................................................................................................................................................................
Control Options561................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Plc Properties563................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Editing Plc Signals564................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information On The Program Blocks565................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading A Plc User Program566................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Local Variable Table567................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Block569................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Block Properties570................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Network Properties572................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Editing Symbol Tables573................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting/deleting A Symbol Table574................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For Operands575................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Network Symbol Information Table576................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying/canceling The Access Protection577................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms, Error Messages, And System Alarms579................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Alarm Log581................................................................................................................................................................
Plc And Nc Variables582................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Loading Screen Forms586................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Plc Symbols587................................................................................................................................................................
Version588................................................................................................................................................................
Save Information589................................................................................................................................................................
Logbook590................................................................................................................................................................
Making/searching For A Logbook Entry591................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Screenshots592................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Diagnostics593................................................................................................................................................................
Permit Modem595................................................................................................................................................................
Exit Remote Diagnostics596................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Feedback On The Documentation597................................................................................................................................................................
A.2 Overview599................................................................................................................................................................
Index601................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Programming Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Programming Manual (598 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Controller | Size: 3.55 MB
Table of contents
Sinumerik 840di2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Sinumerik 840de (export Version)14................................................................................................................................................................
Flexible Nc21................................................................................................................................................................
Subprograms, Macros91................................................................................................................................................................
File And Program121................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Zones139................................................................................................................................................................
Special Motion Commands149................................................................................................................................................................
Frames191................................................................................................................................................................
Transformations192................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Offsets227................................................................................................................................................................
Path Traversing Behavior301................................................................................................................................................................
Motion-synchronous Action337................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillation356................................................................................................................................................................
Punching And Nibbling415................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Functions427................................................................................................................................................................
User Stock Removal Programs463................................................................................................................................................................
Tables464................................................................................................................................................................

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Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Programming Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Programming Manual (476 pages)

measuring cycles hmi sl  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Measuring Instruments | Size: 11.46 MB
Table of contents
Preface3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Basics13................................................................................................................................................................
General Prerequisites15................................................................................................................................................................
Behavior On Block Search, Dry Run, Program Testing, Simulation16................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Points On The Machine And Workpiece17................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Of The Planes, Tool Types19................................................................................................................................................................
Probes That Can Be Used22................................................................................................................................................................
Probe, Calibration Body, Calibration Tool24................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Tools On Milling Machines, Machining Centers25................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Workpieces At The Turning Machines27................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Tools At Lathes29................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Principle31................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Strategy For Measuring Workpieces With Tool Offset36................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters For Checking The Measurement Result And Offset39................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of Empirical Value, Mean Value, And Tolerance Parameters44................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Measuring Cycle Functions For Milling Technology45................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating Workpiece Probes46................................................................................................................................................................
Workpiece Measurement At One Point47................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Workpiece Parallel To The Axis48................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring A Workpiece At An Angle50................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring A Surface At An Angle51................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Spheres53................................................................................................................................................................
Workpiece Measurement: Setting-up A Corner54................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Measuring Cycle Functions For Turning Technology55................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Workpieces At Lathes: 1-point Measurement58................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Workpieces At Lathes: 2-point Measurement59................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Concept Of The Measuring Cycles61................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Overview63................................................................................................................................................................
Result Parameters65................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of The Most Important Defining Parameters67................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Number And Tool Name: _tnum And _tname68................................................................................................................................................................
Offset Number: _knum69................................................................................................................................................................
Offset Number _knum Extended For Tool Offset: Up To 9 Digits72................................................................................................................................................................
Correcting Setup And Additive Offset In Workpiece Measurement: _dlnum73................................................................................................................................................................
Correcting The Tool Of A Stored Tool Environment: _tenv74................................................................................................................................................................
Variable Measuring Velocity: _vms76................................................................................................................................................................
Tolerance Parameters: _tzl, _tmv, _tul, _tll, _tdif And _tsa77................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Path: _fa78................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Type, Probe Number: _prnum79................................................................................................................................................................
Empirical Value, Mean Value: _evnum80................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Measurement At The Same Location: _nmsp81................................................................................................................................................................
Package Structure Of The Measuring Cycles83................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Cycle Subroutines84................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle116: Calculation Of Center Point And Radius Of A Circle85................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Cycle User Programs87................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring In Jog89................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Auxiliary Programs Required92................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle971 Tool: Measuring Milling Tools, Drills93................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement And Correction Strategy95................................................................................................................................................................
Compensation Strategy96................................................................................................................................................................
Compensation With Correction Table When Measuring With Rotating Spindle97................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating Tool Probes99................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Example 1101................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Example 2102................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Sequence104................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating Tool Probes Automatically106................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Example107................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Tool110................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Examples 1115................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle976 Calibrate Workpiece Probe119................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating A Workpiece Probe In A Hole Of Known Hole Center Point123................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating A Workpiece Probe In A Hole Of Unknown Hole Center Point127................................................................................................................................................................
Calibration Of A Workpiece Probe On A Surface131................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle977 Workpiece: Measure Hole/shaft/groove/web/rectangle Parallel To Axes138................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Contour Elements142................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring And Tool Offset151................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement And Zo Determination155................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle978 Workpiece: Measuring A Surface Parallel To The Axis160................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Surface162................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle979 Workpiece: Measure Hole/shaft/groove/rib At An Angle172................................................................................................................................................................
Measure Shaft, Groove, Web175................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle998 Workpiece: Angle Measurement And Zo Determination189................................................................................................................................................................
Angle Measurement193................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle961 Workpiece: Setup Inside And Outside Corner209................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Corner With Definition Of Distances And Angles212................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Corner With 4 Points218................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle997 Workpiece: Measuring A Sphere And Zo Determination223................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Example Cycle997233................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle119: Arithmetic Cycle For Determining Position In Space235................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle996 Workpiece: Measure Kinematics238................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Procedure239................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring An Individual Ball Position242................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of The Procedure To Measure The Kinematics (cycle996)243................................................................................................................................................................
Activation Of The Function244................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Via A Screen Form245................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Of "1st, 2nd, 3rd Measurement" Screen Form248................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Of "calculate Kinematics" Screen Form250................................................................................................................................................................
Result Bit253................................................................................................................................................................
Result Parameters, Intermediate Results256................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Adjustable Parameters258................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Cycles For Turning Machines261................................................................................................................................................................
Call And Return Conditions262................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle982 Tool: Measure Turning Tools263................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrate Tool Probe (machine-related)265................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Dimensions Of Calibration270................................................................................................................................................................
Measure Turning Tool (machine-related)271................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle982 Tool: Measure Turning And Milling Tools277................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Tool Measurement296................................................................................................................................................................
Incremental Calibration303................................................................................................................................................................
Incremental Measurement307................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Tool: Suppression Of Start Angle Positioning _sta1314................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Drills - Special Applications315................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring A Tool With Orientational Tool Carriers - 90° Multiples Of Tool Position (measuring Cycle Release Sw 6.3 And Higher)316................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Turning Tools - 90° Multiples Of The Tool Position317................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Milling/drilling Tools - 90° Multiples Of The Tool Position319................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle973 Calibrating Workpiece Probes322................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating In The Reference Groove325................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle974 Workpiece: 1-point Measurement332................................................................................................................................................................
Point Measurement And Zo Determination335................................................................................................................................................................
Point Measurement With Reversal And Tool Offset343................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle994 Workpiece: 2-point Measurement346................................................................................................................................................................
Complex Example For Tool Measurement356................................................................................................................................................................
Log Measurement Results359................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Cycle Support In The Program Editor360................................................................................................................................................................
Menus, Explanation Of The Cycles361................................................................................................................................................................
Softkey Bars For Turning362................................................................................................................................................................
Softkey Bars For Milling365................................................................................................................................................................
Presetting Measuring Cycle Support In Hmi Sl369................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Result Screens370................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware/software373................................................................................................................................................................
Software Prerequisites For Hmi Sl374................................................................................................................................................................
Function Check For Hmi Sl375................................................................................................................................................................
Data Description377................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Data378................................................................................................................................................................
Data Adjustment To A Specific Machine382................................................................................................................................................................
Central Values383................................................................................................................................................................
Central Bits391................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Description392................................................................................................................................................................
Channel-oriented Values395................................................................................................................................................................
Channel-oriented Bits399................................................................................................................................................................
Data For Measuring In Jog407................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up (hardware)409................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm, Error, And System Messages411................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters As Of Measuring Cycles Version 2.6, With Reference To Measuring Function413................................................................................................................................................................
A.2 Gud Variables That Can No Longer Be Used418................................................................................................................................................................
A.3 Changes To Names Of Cycle Programs And Gud Modules420................................................................................................................................................................
A.4 Overview Of Measuring Cycle Parameters421................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Abbreviations461................................................................................................................................................................
E Overview467................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary469................................................................................................................................................................
Index475................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operating Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operating Manual (470 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Control Unit | Size: 15.36 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction17................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview18................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Information19................................................................................................................................................................
Switching On/switching Off The Control20................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Components23................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Panel Front24................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Full Keyboard29................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Control Panel (mcp)30................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Stop Button31................................................................................................................................................................
Feedrate Control33................................................................................................................................................................
Spindle Control35................................................................................................................................................................
Key-operated Switch36................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control37................................................................................................................................................................
Sinumerik Ht 839................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Layout42................................................................................................................................................................
Global Machine Status Display43................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control Display48................................................................................................................................................................
General Operating Sequences50................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Menu Window51................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Directory/file52................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Inputs/values53................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm/cancel Input54................................................................................................................................................................
Edit The Part Program In The Ascii Editor55................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Over The Channel61................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Calculator62................................................................................................................................................................
Calling The Help Function63................................................................................................................................................................
Editor Help65................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Help For Program Commands66................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Help For Program Commands69................................................................................................................................................................
Job List70................................................................................................................................................................
Syntax Description For Job Lists72................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Job List With Two-channel 1:1 Links75................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Job List With Multi-channel M:n Links76................................................................................................................................................................
Execute Job List" Operating Sequence77................................................................................................................................................................
Re-naming Workpieces With Job Lists79................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Workpieces With Job Lists80................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Operation81................................................................................................................................................................
Machine83................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters85................................................................................................................................................................
Program86................................................................................................................................................................
Modes Group And Channels88................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-channel Status Display Via Symbols89................................................................................................................................................................
Two-channel Display90................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Selection, Mode Change91................................................................................................................................................................
Services92................................................................................................................................................................
General Functions And Displays94................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Program Level95................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Over The Machine/workpiece Coordinate System (mcs/wcs)96................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Several Transverse Axes98................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Axis Feedrates99................................................................................................................................................................
Display G Functions, Transformations And Swivel Data100................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Auxiliary Functions101................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Spindles103................................................................................................................................................................
Handwheel104................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning105................................................................................................................................................................
Preset107................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Actual Value108................................................................................................................................................................
Inch ↔ Metric Switchover109................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Point Approach111................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Mode114................................................................................................................................................................
Traversing Axes117................................................................................................................................................................
Inc: Increment118................................................................................................................................................................
Repos (repositioning)119................................................................................................................................................................
Si (safety Integrated): User Agreement120................................................................................................................................................................
Scratching121................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying System Frames124................................................................................................................................................................
Mda Mode127................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Program, File Function129................................................................................................................................................................
Teach In130................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Mode132................................................................................................................................................................
Program Overview134................................................................................................................................................................
Loading And Unloading The Workpiece/part Program135................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol: Program Loading List136................................................................................................................................................................
Executing From The Hard Disk137................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing An External Network Drive138................................................................................................................................................................
Program Editing140................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Block Search/search Target141................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerated External Block Search145................................................................................................................................................................
Block Search In Program Test Mode, Multi-channel148................................................................................................................................................................
Overstore150................................................................................................................................................................
Drf Offset156................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Operating Area157................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Data159................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Offset174................................................................................................................................................................
New Tool176................................................................................................................................................................
Display Tool177................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Tool178................................................................................................................................................................
New Cutting Edge179................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Cutting Edge180................................................................................................................................................................
Make Tool Offset Immediately Effective181................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Management182................................................................................................................................................................
Main Tool Management Functions183................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying/editing Tool Data191................................................................................................................................................................
Change In The Significance/representation Of Tool Wear Values195................................................................................................................................................................
Grinding Data Expansion198................................................................................................................................................................
Load200................................................................................................................................................................
Unload204................................................................................................................................................................
Relocating206................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Master Data In The Tool Catalog207................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Offset Data In The Tool Cabinet210................................................................................................................................................................
Job Processing Of Tools213................................................................................................................................................................
R Parameters (calculation Parameters)221................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Data222................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Data223................................................................................................................................................................
Spindle Data224................................................................................................................................................................
Dry Run Feedrate For Dry Run Operation Dry225................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Angle For Thread Cutting226................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Setting Data227................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Zones228................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Gear229................................................................................................................................................................
Zero/work Offset230................................................................................................................................................................
Edit The Settable Work Offset (g54 ...)232................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Active Settable Work Offset235................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Active Programmable Work Offset236................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Active External Work Offset237................................................................................................................................................................
Activate Active Work Offset And Basic Frame Immediately238................................................................................................................................................................
Define User Data239................................................................................................................................................................
Editing/finding User Data240................................................................................................................................................................
Activate User Data (gud)242................................................................................................................................................................
Display System Variables244................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Variable Views245................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Variable Views247................................................................................................................................................................
Logging System Variables248................................................................................................................................................................
Program" Operating Area251................................................................................................................................................................
Program Types253................................................................................................................................................................
Templates254................................................................................................................................................................
Main Screen Program256................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Programs Iin The Standard Ascii Editor258................................................................................................................................................................
Undo And Redo In The Standard Ascii Editor260................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Optional Editors261................................................................................................................................................................
Structured Step Sequence Display (option)263................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-channel Step Sequence Programming (option)267................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-channel Workpiece Program Views270................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Timing276................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Simulation277................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Editor (option)281................................................................................................................................................................
Alignment Of The Channels/mpfs To Be Displayed285................................................................................................................................................................
Free Contour Programming287................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Contour288................................................................................................................................................................
Undercuts For Turning Technology293................................................................................................................................................................
Parameterizing Contour Elements296................................................................................................................................................................
Graphically Displaying The Contour298................................................................................................................................................................
Symmetrical Contours With Milling Technology299................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Contour Elements In Polar Coordinates, Closing The Contour302................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Contour Programming307................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Description Of The Contour Elements Straight Line/circle308................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Examples For Freely Programming A Contour309................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Support313................................................................................................................................................................
Program Simulation314................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Simulation Function316................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation Settings325................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Downtimes331................................................................................................................................................................
Display And Colors332................................................................................................................................................................
Section-by-section Simulation333................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Display In The Simulation For Mold Making334................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation With External Network Drive336................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation For Orientable Toolholder337................................................................................................................................................................
New Workpiece/part Program339................................................................................................................................................................
Create Programs/data In A Workpiece Directory341................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Setup Data342................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Program To Be Executed343................................................................................................................................................................
Loading/unloading A Program346................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Programs347................................................................................................................................................................
Copying/inserting348................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting351................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming352................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling353................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol354................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing An External Network Drive/computer355................................................................................................................................................................
Services Operating Area357................................................................................................................................................................
Services Main Screen359................................................................................................................................................................
Reading-in Data362................................................................................................................................................................
Reading-out Data363................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Log364................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Data366................................................................................................................................................................
New File/new Directory367................................................................................................................................................................
Copying And Inserting368................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Properties370................................................................................................................................................................
Data Selection373................................................................................................................................................................
Special Directories And Memory Areas376................................................................................................................................................................
Data On The Hard Disk377................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Display Md From Hmi Embedded380................................................................................................................................................................
V.24 Interface382................................................................................................................................................................
Using The V.24 Interface386................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Operating Area391................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Main Screen392................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Diagnostics394................................................................................................................................................................
Service Displays396................................................................................................................................................................
Service Axis398................................................................................................................................................................
Service Drive399................................................................................................................................................................
Service Si (safety Integrated)400................................................................................................................................................................
Systemressourcen Anzeigen412................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Data Output413................................................................................................................................................................
Action Log414................................................................................................................................................................
Sorting And Saving Version Data415................................................................................................................................................................
Display The Version Screens For Cycles416................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Version Output419................................................................................................................................................................
Interrogating The Plc Status421................................................................................................................................................................
Changing/deleting A Value422................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Symbolic Plc Addresses423................................................................................................................................................................
Select Operand Screens For Plc Status427................................................................................................................................................................
File Functions428................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning Operating Area429................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Main Screen430................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Data432................................................................................................................................................................
Optimization/test (sinumerik Powerline)436................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance439................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Data440................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning441................................................................................................................................................................
A Abbreviations443................................................................................................................................................................
Index463................................................................................................................................................................
I.2 Commands And Identifier468................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operator's Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operator's Manual (370 pages)

Computerized Numerical Control system for machine tools  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Control Systems | Size: 7.37 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Sinumerik 840d Powerline5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction19................................................................................................................................................................
The Product Sinumerik 840d/810d20................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Control System On And Off21................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Areas22................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Components/operating Sequences25................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Panels26................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Panel Keys29................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Control Panels34................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Control Panel Keys35................................................................................................................................................................
Feedrate Control37................................................................................................................................................................
Spindle Control38................................................................................................................................................................
Key Switch39................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control41................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Pc Keyboard Mf-ii42................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Operability With Hmi Embedded Win3243................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Layout44................................................................................................................................................................
Global Machine Status Display45................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control Display48................................................................................................................................................................
General Operating Sequences49................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting And Opening Directory/file50................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Menu Window52................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Inputs/values53................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming/canceling Input54................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Switchover59................................................................................................................................................................
M:n Communication Links60................................................................................................................................................................
Pocket Calculator62................................................................................................................................................................
Blue Screen Error Status Screen63................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Example65................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Operating Sequence66................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Operating Area67................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters68................................................................................................................................................................
Program69................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode Group And Channels70................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Operating Mode / Changing Operating Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
Services72................................................................................................................................................................
General Functions And Displays73................................................................................................................................................................
Display Program Level74................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Between The Machine/workpiece Coordinate System (mcs/wcs)75................................................................................................................................................................
Display Axis Feedrates77................................................................................................................................................................
Display Spindles78................................................................................................................................................................
Display G Functions, Transformations And Swivel Data Record79................................................................................................................................................................
Handwheel80................................................................................................................................................................
Set Actual Value81................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up82................................................................................................................................................................
Inch/metric Switchover83................................................................................................................................................................
Actual Value Display: Settable Zero Offset System, Szs84................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Operating Mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Traversing Axes90................................................................................................................................................................
Inc: Incremental Dimension91................................................................................................................................................................
Repos92................................................................................................................................................................
Si (safety Integrated): User Confirmation93................................................................................................................................................................
Determine Scratching/zero Offset94................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying System Frames96................................................................................................................................................................
Mda Operating Mode98................................................................................................................................................................
Save Program100................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Mode103................................................................................................................................................................
Execute Program105................................................................................................................................................................
Program Editing106................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Block Search/search Destination107................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerated Block Search For Execution From External Source110................................................................................................................................................................
Overstoring111................................................................................................................................................................
Drf Offset113................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Operating Area115................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Data117................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Offset131................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Tool133................................................................................................................................................................
Display Tool134................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Tool135................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Cutting Edge136................................................................................................................................................................
Find Cutting Edge137................................................................................................................................................................
Determine Tool Offsets138................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Offsets With D-numbers Only (flat D No.)139................................................................................................................................................................
Make Active Tool Offset Operative Immediately140................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Management141................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Management Basic Display142................................................................................................................................................................
Select New Tool144................................................................................................................................................................
Display And Modify Tool Data145................................................................................................................................................................
Load Tool146................................................................................................................................................................
Unloading Of A Tool148................................................................................................................................................................
Relocating A Tool149................................................................................................................................................................
Shopmill Tool Management151................................................................................................................................................................
Function Scope152................................................................................................................................................................
Select Tool List153................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up More Than One Edge For Each Tool155................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Duplo/replacement Tools156................................................................................................................................................................
Enter Tool Wear Data157................................................................................................................................................................
Service158................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Magazine Locations160................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Tools161................................................................................................................................................................
Load Or Unload Tool In Magazine162................................................................................................................................................................
Relocating Tools163................................................................................................................................................................
Sorting Tools In The Tool List165................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Management Shopturn166................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up More Than One Cutting Edge For Each Tool170................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Tools171................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Magazine Locations178................................................................................................................................................................
R Parameters179................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Data181................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Data182................................................................................................................................................................
Spindle Data183................................................................................................................................................................
Dry Run Feedrate For Dry Mode184................................................................................................................................................................
Other Types Of Setting Data185................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Zones186................................................................................................................................................................
Zero Offset187................................................................................................................................................................
Display Zero/work Offsets189................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Settable Work/zero Offset (g54 ...)190................................................................................................................................................................
Activate Work/zero Offset And Basic Frame Immediately191................................................................................................................................................................
Global Work/zero Offset/frame (basic Wo)192................................................................................................................................................................
User Data/user Variables (gud, Pud, Lud)194................................................................................................................................................................
Program Operating Area197................................................................................................................................................................
Program Types199................................................................................................................................................................
Program Basic Display200................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Data201................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Programs202................................................................................................................................................................
Selective Program Protection: Ro203................................................................................................................................................................
Hidden Program Lines: Display Hd204................................................................................................................................................................
Defining And Activating User Data (gud, Lud)205................................................................................................................................................................
Defining And Activating User Data (gud, Lud) Via Rs-232 C206................................................................................................................................................................
Free Contour Programming208................................................................................................................................................................
Graphic Representation Of The Contour209................................................................................................................................................................
Create Contour210................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Contour213................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Elements General214................................................................................................................................................................
Create, Change, Delete Contour Elements215................................................................................................................................................................
Help219................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Description Of The Contour Elements Line/circle And Pole220................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Example Of Free Contour Programming221................................................................................................................................................................
Program Simulation224................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Simulation Before Machining226................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Simulation During Machining227................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Programs228................................................................................................................................................................
File Types, Blocks And Directories229................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Files231................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Workpiece/part Program234................................................................................................................................................................
Execute A Program On The Nc For Execution237................................................................................................................................................................
Execute Program From Network Drive, Compact Flash Card, Disk238................................................................................................................................................................
Storing A Program239................................................................................................................................................................
Copy File And Insert240................................................................................................................................................................
Rename File241................................................................................................................................................................
Delete File242................................................................................................................................................................
Workpiece Template" Function243................................................................................................................................................................
Extcall244................................................................................................................................................................
Services Operating Area245................................................................................................................................................................
Function246................................................................................................................................................................
Data Selection248................................................................................................................................................................
Formats For Saving And Importing Data250................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Format Binary Format254................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Parameterization257................................................................................................................................................................
Main Services Screen259................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Interface261................................................................................................................................................................
Reading In Data Via Rs-232 Interface262................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting Data From The Clipboard264................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Out Data Via Rs-232 Interface266................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Out Plc Alarm Texts And Cycle Texts267................................................................................................................................................................
Execution From External Source Via Rs-232 Interface269................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Original Status Via Nc Card275................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Data To Nc Card276................................................................................................................................................................
Series Start-up277................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading278................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosis Operating Area279................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Display Diagnosis280................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Alarms And Messages281................................................................................................................................................................
Service Display282................................................................................................................................................................
Service Drive283................................................................................................................................................................
Service Safety Integrated284................................................................................................................................................................
Display And Modify System Resources287................................................................................................................................................................
Display Version Data288................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Loadable Compile Cycles289................................................................................................................................................................
General290................................................................................................................................................................
Change/delete Operand Value291................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting/creating Operand Forms For Plc Status292................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Time/date293................................................................................................................................................................
Activate Remote Diagnosis294................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up Operating Area295................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up Basic Display296................................................................................................................................................................
Display Machine Data298................................................................................................................................................................
Display Options: Masking Filter300................................................................................................................................................................
Nc Settings302................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Settings303................................................................................................................................................................
Change Hmi Surface304................................................................................................................................................................
Traverse Log305................................................................................................................................................................
Change Language306................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate Nck Reset307................................................................................................................................................................
Display Or Modify System Resources308................................................................................................................................................................
A Abbreviations313................................................................................................................................................................
C References347................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Programming Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Programming Manual (326 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Controller | Size: 2.09 MB
Table of contents
Sinumerik 840di2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Sinumerik 810d8................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling Cycles And9................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens Ag 2000 All Rights Reserved10................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Cycles15................................................................................................................................................................
General Information16................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Cycles17................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Auxiliary Subroutines18................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Cycles19................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Data20................................................................................................................................................................
Messages During Execution Of A Cycle21................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Call And Parameter List22................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation Of Cycles25................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Support In Program Editor (sw 4.3 And Later)26................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Important Files27................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cycle Selection28................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Input Screenforms For Parameter Assignment30................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Help Displays33................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tools (mmc 100 Only)34................................................................................................................................................................
Loading To The Control35................................................................................................................................................................
Independence Of Language36................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Cycles Support Function37................................................................................................................................................................
Integrating User Cycles Into The Mmc 103 Simulation Function38................................................................................................................................................................
Cycles Support In The Program Editor (sw 5.1 And Later)39................................................................................................................................................................
New Functions In Input Screenforms40................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling Cycles And Drilling Patterns47................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling Cycles48................................................................................................................................................................
Preconditions50................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling, Centering – Cycle8152................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling, Counterboring – Cycle8255................................................................................................................................................................
Deep-hole Drilling – Cycle8357................................................................................................................................................................
Rigid Tapping – Cycle8465................................................................................................................................................................
Tapping With Compensating Chuck – Cycle84069................................................................................................................................................................
Boring 1 – Cycle8575................................................................................................................................................................
Boring 2 – Cycle8678................................................................................................................................................................
Boring 3 – Cycle8782................................................................................................................................................................
Modal Call Of Drilling Cycles89................................................................................................................................................................
Drill Pattern Cycles92................................................................................................................................................................
Row Of Holes – Holes193................................................................................................................................................................
Hole Circle – Holes297................................................................................................................................................................
Dot Matrix – Cycle801 (sw 5.3 And Later)100................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Cutting - Cycle90107................................................................................................................................................................
Elongated Holes On A Circle - Longhole113................................................................................................................................................................
Slots On A Circle - Slot1119................................................................................................................................................................
Circumferential Slot - Slot2127................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Rectangular Pockets - Pocket1132................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Circular Pockets - Pocket2136................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Rectangular Pockets - Pocket3140................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Circular Pockets - Pocket4150................................................................................................................................................................
Face Milling - Cycle71156................................................................................................................................................................
Path Milling - Cycle72162................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Rectangular Spigots - Cycle76 (sw 5.3 And Later)172................................................................................................................................................................
Milling Circular Spigots - Cycle77 (sw 5.3 And Later)177................................................................................................................................................................
Pocket Milling With Islands - Cycle73, Cycle74, Cycle75 (sw 5.2 And Later)181................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Pocket Edge Contour - Cycle74182................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Island Contour - Cycle75184................................................................................................................................................................
Contour Programming185................................................................................................................................................................
Pocket Milling With Islands - Cycle73188................................................................................................................................................................
Grooving Cycle – Cycle93214................................................................................................................................................................
Undercut Cycle – Cycle94223................................................................................................................................................................
Stock Removal Cycle – Cycle95227................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Undercut – Cycle96239................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Cutting – Cycle97243................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Chaining – Cycle98251................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Recutting (sw 5.3 And Later)258................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Stock Removal Cycle - Cycle950 (sw 5.3 And Later)260................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages And Error Handling281................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Cycle Alarms283................................................................................................................................................................
Messages In The Cycles288................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix289................................................................................................................................................................
A Abbreviations290................................................................................................................................................................
C References309................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operation & Programming Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operation & Programming Manual (233 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Control Systems | Size: 2.82 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Sinumerik 840d/810d Operator's Guide Manualturn (bam) – 08.02 Edition9................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens Ag, 2002. All Rights Reserved11................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction13................................................................................................................................................................
The Manualturn Product14................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Notes15................................................................................................................................................................
Switching On/switching Off16................................................................................................................................................................
Operation17................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Panels18................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Control Panel21................................................................................................................................................................
Mini Handheld Unit25................................................................................................................................................................
Graphics Interface27................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System29................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Modes30................................................................................................................................................................
Important Function Keys32................................................................................................................................................................
Important Soft Keys33................................................................................................................................................................
Pocket Calculator34................................................................................................................................................................
Absolute And Incremental Dimensions36................................................................................................................................................................
Angle Reference System37................................................................................................................................................................
Tool And Cutting Data38................................................................................................................................................................
Preparatory Functions For Machining41................................................................................................................................................................
Approach Reference Points42................................................................................................................................................................
Setup44................................................................................................................................................................
Incremental Feed Mode45................................................................................................................................................................
Offsets47................................................................................................................................................................
General Notes47................................................................................................................................................................
Preset48................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Offset49................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Manual Offset50................................................................................................................................................................
Zero Offset51................................................................................................................................................................
Spindle Speed Limitation52................................................................................................................................................................
Oriented Spindle Stop53................................................................................................................................................................
C Axis Mode54................................................................................................................................................................
Tool55................................................................................................................................................................
Enter Tool Offset Data55................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting/deselecting Tool Offset57................................................................................................................................................................
Measure Tool58................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Wear Compensation60................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring System Changeover Inch/metric61................................................................................................................................................................
Turning In Manual Mode64................................................................................................................................................................
Turning With Path Dimension Input66................................................................................................................................................................
Turning With Straight Mode67................................................................................................................................................................
Turning With Conical Mode69................................................................................................................................................................
Turning With Circle Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
Turning With The Contour Handwheel And Jog Keys75................................................................................................................................................................
Turning With Cycles79................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Cycles In Cycle Mode81................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Cutting81................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Thread Cutting Operations87................................................................................................................................................................
Re-working A Thread88................................................................................................................................................................
Undercuts Form E And F89................................................................................................................................................................
Thread Undercuts91................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling In Longitudinal Axis (center)93................................................................................................................................................................
Hole Circle Drilling97................................................................................................................................................................
Stock Removal/grooving Cycles In Stock Removal Mode100................................................................................................................................................................
Stock Removal Cycles100................................................................................................................................................................
Grooving Cycles105................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Any Contours (free Contour Input)111................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Contour113................................................................................................................................................................
Symbolic Representation Of Contour114................................................................................................................................................................
Graphic Representation Of Contour115................................................................................................................................................................
Create Contour Elements116................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Contour Elements119................................................................................................................................................................
Stock Removal Against Contour122................................................................................................................................................................
Machining Residual Material126................................................................................................................................................................
Single-cycle Machining127................................................................................................................................................................
Program Creation With Easystep And G Code129................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Program130................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Machining Sequence131................................................................................................................................................................
Display Machining Sequence132................................................................................................................................................................
Program Steps133................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting New Program Step133................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions134................................................................................................................................................................
Insert G Code Step135................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Program Steps135................................................................................................................................................................
Program Editor136................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Off The Program137................................................................................................................................................................
Start Machining Sequence137................................................................................................................................................................
Single-step Mode (single Block)138................................................................................................................................................................
Block Search138................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Nose Radius Compensation139................................................................................................................................................................
G Code Programming141................................................................................................................................................................
Select Program View141................................................................................................................................................................
G Code Editor143................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Parts Program145................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting Program Blocks145................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Program Blocks146................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Program Management149................................................................................................................................................................
General150................................................................................................................................................................
Select A File151................................................................................................................................................................
Delete A File151................................................................................................................................................................
Storing Thread Undercut And Thread Cycles152................................................................................................................................................................
Insert A Contour In Easystep Machining Sequence152................................................................................................................................................................
Rename/copy File153................................................................................................................................................................
Read Out A File To An External Medium153................................................................................................................................................................
Read In A File154................................................................................................................................................................
Error/transmission Log154................................................................................................................................................................
General Functions155................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation And Simultaneous Recording156................................................................................................................................................................
Simulation158................................................................................................................................................................
Simultaneous Recording159................................................................................................................................................................
Dry Run159................................................................................................................................................................
Teach In161................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Teach In Function161................................................................................................................................................................
Deselecting "teach In162................................................................................................................................................................
Continuing "teach In162................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Machining Steps To System163................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Auxiliary Functions To System165................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Cnc Operation166................................................................................................................................................................
Intervention In The Machining Process167................................................................................................................................................................
Aborting A Machining Operation168................................................................................................................................................................
Repositioning169................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Manual Offset With "store Offset" Function170................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms And Messages171................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms And Messages In Manualturn Cycles172................................................................................................................................................................
Error Handling In Cycles172................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Cycle Alarms172................................................................................................................................................................
Messages In Cycles173................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms With Manualturn174................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Alarms174................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Alarm/message Overview174................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Alarms175................................................................................................................................................................
Examples177................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1: External Machining With Groove And Thread184................................................................................................................................................................
Example 2: External Machining With Sphere189................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3: External Machining With Thread Undercuts And Grooves194................................................................................................................................................................
Example 4: External Machining With Thread Undercut And Groove200................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix207................................................................................................................................................................
A Abbreviations208................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviations208................................................................................................................................................................
B Terms211................................................................................................................................................................
Terms211................................................................................................................................................................
C References214................................................................................................................................................................
References214................................................................................................................................................................
Index227................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operator's Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operator's Manual (208 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Control Systems | Size: 2.67 MB
Table of contents
Control3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction11................................................................................................................................................................
Requirement12................................................................................................................................................................
Use13................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Brightness13................................................................................................................................................................
Objective13................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel15................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Panel16................................................................................................................................................................
Area Switchover Key16................................................................................................................................................................
Key Actions18................................................................................................................................................................
Graphical User Interface19................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Partitioning, Softkeys19................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Principle21................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Trees22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Operation27................................................................................................................................................................
Current Block27................................................................................................................................................................
User Areas - Main Display28................................................................................................................................................................
Actual Value Display29................................................................................................................................................................
Current Block Display30................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control30................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control - Single Block31................................................................................................................................................................
Cursor31................................................................................................................................................................
Input And Display Of R Parameters32................................................................................................................................................................
Work Offsets: Overview32................................................................................................................................................................
Work Offsets: Translation, Rotation33................................................................................................................................................................
Work Offsets: Scale And Mirror33................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Overview34................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Offsets36................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Management36................................................................................................................................................................
Load Tool38................................................................................................................................................................
Unload Tool39................................................................................................................................................................
Display And Modify Tool Data40................................................................................................................................................................
Find Empty Location41................................................................................................................................................................
Select Location In Current Magazine42................................................................................................................................................................
Select Tool List To Load42................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Tool43................................................................................................................................................................
Workpiece Overview44................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Global Main Programs45................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Global Subroutines45................................................................................................................................................................
Display Window46................................................................................................................................................................
Program Selection46................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm And Message Overview47................................................................................................................................................................
System47................................................................................................................................................................
Read In Data48................................................................................................................................................................
Software Update55................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Documentation58................................................................................................................................................................
Target Group58................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure59................................................................................................................................................................
Software Update: Basic Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Hw And Sw Requirements62................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Of The Configuration Environment For The63................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Stored Where65................................................................................................................................................................
Makefile And *.mak Files69................................................................................................................................................................
First Steps In Configuring73................................................................................................................................................................
First Complete Compilation74................................................................................................................................................................
First Changes To Application Configuration76................................................................................................................................................................
Text Principle - Modification And Extension78................................................................................................................................................................
Extending The Application Configuration83................................................................................................................................................................
Important Files In Your Op 030 Configuration Environment84................................................................................................................................................................
Binary Configuration File - Proj.dat84................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Source File84................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Include File - Proj.h85................................................................................................................................................................
Application Makefile - App.mak85................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Data Makefile85................................................................................................................................................................
Text Files86................................................................................................................................................................
Text Directory - Makefile86................................................................................................................................................................
System List Directory File - Sy_l_dir.h86................................................................................................................................................................
Notepad Entry Defines - Nb_app.h89................................................................................................................................................................
Layout - Size Definitions For Fonts, Windows, Softkeys - Layout.h89................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Events - Key.h89................................................................................................................................................................
Templates For Your Application Configuration90................................................................................................................................................................
Number Range90................................................................................................................................................................
R Parameters90................................................................................................................................................................
Color Definitions91................................................................................................................................................................
Open Window On Softkey Press In Application Area91................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Delivery Of The Application Configuration95................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Application Configuration96................................................................................................................................................................
Creating / Delivery Of The Application Configuration98................................................................................................................................................................
Using Visual Workbench100................................................................................................................................................................
Development Kit102................................................................................................................................................................
Known Restrictions And Incompatibilities103................................................................................................................................................................
Alternative To Visual Workbench103................................................................................................................................................................
Op 030 Operation105................................................................................................................................................................
Op 030 - Test Mode On The Pc106................................................................................................................................................................
Key Assignment In Pc Mode107................................................................................................................................................................
Down Arrow108................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Simulation Mode109................................................................................................................................................................
Emulation Of Op 030 Data110................................................................................................................................................................
Software Installation117................................................................................................................................................................
Setup119................................................................................................................................................................
Install120................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Alarm Texts122................................................................................................................................................................
Machine122................................................................................................................................................................
Settings In Configuration Files123................................................................................................................................................................
Information125................................................................................................................................................................
Languages127................................................................................................................................................................
Operator's Guide (ba)132................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter133................................................................................................................................................................
Terms - Basic Features134................................................................................................................................................................
Ba/3135................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware141................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements142................................................................................................................................................................
Overview143................................................................................................................................................................
Mmc 100/hmi Embedded143................................................................................................................................................................
Program143................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Files149................................................................................................................................................................
General150................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Configuring The Op 030155................................................................................................................................................................
User Interface156................................................................................................................................................................
Create Application156................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence For Configuring The Mmc 100/hmi Embedded159................................................................................................................................................................
Create An Application161................................................................................................................................................................
Compiler Error Messages163................................................................................................................................................................
Errors164................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings165................................................................................................................................................................
Examples167................................................................................................................................................................
Change An Existing Window168................................................................................................................................................................
Scroll Bar182................................................................................................................................................................
Softkeys184................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operator's Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Operator's Manual (190 pages)

Handheld Terminal  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Handhelds | Size: 7.87 MB
Table of contents
Intended Use5................................................................................................................................................................
Explanation Of Symbols6................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents11................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction15................................................................................................................................................................
Functionality16................................................................................................................................................................
General16................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Areas17................................................................................................................................................................
User Interface17................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Information18................................................................................................................................................................
Display21................................................................................................................................................................
Status Indicator22................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Display22................................................................................................................................................................
Dialog Window23................................................................................................................................................................
Dialog Line23................................................................................................................................................................
Softkey Display23................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Devices23................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Control Keys24................................................................................................................................................................
Softkeys25................................................................................................................................................................
Free Keys25................................................................................................................................................................
Alphanumeric Block25................................................................................................................................................................
Cursor Block26................................................................................................................................................................
Other Keys26................................................................................................................................................................
Other Operating Devices26................................................................................................................................................................
Menus/operating Areas27................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Operating Area30................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Offset31................................................................................................................................................................
Overview31................................................................................................................................................................
Correcting Tool Data32................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Tool/new Cutting Edge33................................................................................................................................................................
R Parameters34................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Data35................................................................................................................................................................
General Setting Data35................................................................................................................................................................
Channel-specific Setting Data36................................................................................................................................................................
Axis-specific Setting Data37................................................................................................................................................................
Settable Zero Offset38................................................................................................................................................................
Overview (zo)38................................................................................................................................................................
Offset (zo)39................................................................................................................................................................
Rotation/scale/mirroring (zo)40................................................................................................................................................................
User Data41................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Modifying User Data42................................................................................................................................................................
Search User Data43................................................................................................................................................................
Program Operating Area45................................................................................................................................................................
Directories46................................................................................................................................................................
Workpiece Overview47................................................................................................................................................................
Create New Workpiece48................................................................................................................................................................
Create New File49................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Programs/subroutines50................................................................................................................................................................
Cycles52................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Information53................................................................................................................................................................
Editor In Normal Mode53................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Program55................................................................................................................................................................
Text Search56................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning The Cursor57................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Mode - Operating Area Machine59................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Operating Mode61................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Point Approach63................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Operating Area64................................................................................................................................................................
Repositioning65................................................................................................................................................................
Increment65................................................................................................................................................................
Mda Operating Mode67................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Mode - Operating Area Machine69................................................................................................................................................................
Program Blocks71................................................................................................................................................................
Current Block72................................................................................................................................................................
Block Search72................................................................................................................................................................
Program Level74................................................................................................................................................................
Program Correction74................................................................................................................................................................
Overstoring75................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control76................................................................................................................................................................
Teach-in80................................................................................................................................................................
Block Selection81................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting A Block82................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting A Block - Circular Motion85................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting A Block - A-spline (option)86................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Parameters86................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Block87................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Block88................................................................................................................................................................
Correction Mode89................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Creating A New Program With Teaching90................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transmission - Operating Area Services91................................................................................................................................................................
Read In Data93................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Target Directory94................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer95................................................................................................................................................................
Save To Clipboard96................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Directory (2nd Clipboard)96................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Log97................................................................................................................................................................
Read In Data From Nc Card97................................................................................................................................................................
Rs-232-c Settings98................................................................................................................................................................
Rs-232-c Settings, Special Functions100................................................................................................................................................................
Output Data101................................................................................................................................................................
Output Data To Nc Card Working Window101................................................................................................................................................................
Messages, Service Displays, Plc Data - Operating Area Diagnosis103................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms104................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics104................................................................................................................................................................
Messages105................................................................................................................................................................
Service Displays106................................................................................................................................................................
Service Axes106................................................................................................................................................................
Nc Utilization107................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Log108................................................................................................................................................................
Action Log108................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Version Data109................................................................................................................................................................
Hmi Version Data110................................................................................................................................................................
Plc110................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Status111................................................................................................................................................................
Date/time113................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Diagnosis114................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Data, Nc Start-up, System Parameters - Operating Area Start-up115................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Data117................................................................................................................................................................
General Machine Data118................................................................................................................................................................
Channel-specific Machine Data120................................................................................................................................................................
Axis-specific Machine Data120................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Configuration121................................................................................................................................................................
Drive-specific Machine Data121................................................................................................................................................................
Display-specific Machine Data123................................................................................................................................................................
Nc Startup124................................................................................................................................................................
Nck Address124................................................................................................................................................................
Hmi Startup127................................................................................................................................................................
Language Selection127................................................................................................................................................................
Dos Editor128................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The System Parameters129................................................................................................................................................................
Lcd Contrast130................................................................................................................................................................
Backlighting130................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Language130................................................................................................................................................................
Processing The Password131................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix133................................................................................................................................................................
A Abbreviations134................................................................................................................................................................
B Terms144................................................................................................................................................................
C References168................................................................................................................................................................
Index186................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Maintenance Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Maintenance Manual (102 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Control Unit | Size: 2.26 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications7................................................................................................................................................................
Illustrations & Data For All Vmc Models8................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 22168................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 301610................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 402012................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 603014................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 803016................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 302018................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 452520................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc 653522................................................................................................................................................................
Fadal Bolt Torque Specifications24................................................................................................................................................................
2216 & 3016 Table25................................................................................................................................................................
3020 & 4525 Table26................................................................................................................................................................
4020 Table27................................................................................................................................................................
6030 Table28................................................................................................................................................................
8030 Table29................................................................................................................................................................
6535 Table30................................................................................................................................................................
T-slots For All Tables31................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Mainline Fuses / Circuit Breakers32................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-installation Procedures33................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation34................................................................................................................................................................
Shipping Dimensions38................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning39................................................................................................................................................................
Air Supply40................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Grounding41................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Grounding41................................................................................................................................................................
Supplemental Grounding41................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Grounding Integrity Of Fadal Vmcs43................................................................................................................................................................
Specification -grounding For The Fadal Machine43................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection - Check Ground Wire Coming Into Vmc43................................................................................................................................................................
Verification - Check Grounding Integrity With Fluke Meter43................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Service44................................................................................................................................................................
Preferred Service44................................................................................................................................................................
Alternate Service44................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring45................................................................................................................................................................
Conduit46................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedure47................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Installation & Hook-up48................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking48................................................................................................................................................................
Placing The Vmc48................................................................................................................................................................
Power Check50................................................................................................................................................................
Transformer Tapping55................................................................................................................................................................
Phase Converter Rotary56................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling57................................................................................................................................................................
For All Box Way Vmcs57................................................................................................................................................................
Hold Down Clamps60................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Fiber Cable Handling61................................................................................................................................................................
Coupler Installation On Axis Motor Or Ballscrew62................................................................................................................................................................
Pendant Installation65................................................................................................................................................................
General66................................................................................................................................................................
Chip Conveyor67................................................................................................................................................................
Chip Conveyor Power And Controls68................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Maintenance71................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Maintenance72................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance & Lubrication Schedule72................................................................................................................................................................
Lubrication Of The Ways73................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling Fans74................................................................................................................................................................
Spindle & Ballscrew Cooling System75................................................................................................................................................................
Pump Filter75................................................................................................................................................................
Tank Reservoir76................................................................................................................................................................
Fluids77................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Arm Tool Changer78................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Maintenance For Dual Arm Tool Changer78................................................................................................................................................................
Tests For Ce Safeguards On Fadal Machines80................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance Schedule Chip Conveyor82................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The Chip Conveyor On Us And Ce Machines83................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The Chip Conveyor83................................................................................................................................................................
Observance And Inspection83................................................................................................................................................................
General Information85................................................................................................................................................................
Helpful Formulas86................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature86................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Factors86................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical References86................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Coefficients87................................................................................................................................................................
Thermal Expansion88................................................................................................................................................................
Overview88................................................................................................................................................................
Recognizing Thermal Expansion88................................................................................................................................................................
Accuracy And Repeatability88................................................................................................................................................................
Heat Sources89................................................................................................................................................................
Friction89................................................................................................................................................................
Ambient Temperature89................................................................................................................................................................
Machining Practices89................................................................................................................................................................
Non-uniform Expansion91................................................................................................................................................................
Material Differences91................................................................................................................................................................
Fixtures / Sub Plates91................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Assemblies91................................................................................................................................................................
Solving The Thermal Expansion Problem93................................................................................................................................................................
General Considerations93................................................................................................................................................................
Ambient Sources93................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Status Group94................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc Maintenance95................................................................................................................................................................
Cabinet Fans95................................................................................................................................................................
Lubrication95................................................................................................................................................................
Vmc Options97................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion98................................................................................................................................................................
Index99................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D User Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D User Manual (100 pages)

Configuring the NCU SINUMERIK 840D series  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Controller | Size: 2.52 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents11................................................................................................................................................................
System Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
1.1 System Configuration14................................................................................................................................................................
Labels And Stickers18................................................................................................................................................................
Non-siemens Keyboards19................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Conditions21................................................................................................................................................................
Secondary Electrical Conditions21................................................................................................................................................................
Safe Isolation To En 61800-5-123................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Concept25................................................................................................................................................................
Ri Suppression Measures26................................................................................................................................................................
Climatic And Mechanical Environmental Conditions28................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Conditions29................................................................................................................................................................
Mpi/opi Network Rules31................................................................................................................................................................
Structure And Installation33................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Sinumerik 840d33................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of The Sinumerik 840d34................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of The Ncu39................................................................................................................................................................
4.1 Components40................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting43................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Box Without A Fan Box43................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Box With A Fan Box44................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Module Interfaces47................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Distributor (distributor Box)58................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data62................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Modules65................................................................................................................................................................
5.1 Single I/o Module67................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Block67................................................................................................................................................................
Ncu Terminal Block 6fc5211-0aa00-0aa073................................................................................................................................................................
Dmp Compact Modules73................................................................................................................................................................
Dmp Compact Module 16e 6fc5111-0ca01-0aa079................................................................................................................................................................
Dmp Compact Module 16 A 6fc5111-0ca02-0aa181................................................................................................................................................................
Dmp Compact Module 8 A 6fc5111-0ca03-0aa183................................................................................................................................................................
Dmp Compact Module 1i Analog 6fc5 111-0ca04-0aa085................................................................................................................................................................
Dmp Compact Module 1e Nc Analog 6fc5211-0aa10-0aa088................................................................................................................................................................
Dmp Compact Module 1a Analog 6fc5111-0ca05-0aa090................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Service93................................................................................................................................................................
Index97................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Commissioning Manual

Siemens SINUMERIK 840D Commissioning Manual (100 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Control Unit | Size: 1.94 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning A System5................................................................................................................................................................
Delivery Condition Of The System5................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Disk Partitions6................................................................................................................................................................
System Settings7................................................................................................................................................................
User Administration9................................................................................................................................................................
Which Users Are Set Up9................................................................................................................................................................
Change Service User10................................................................................................................................................................
Global User Settings11................................................................................................................................................................
Specific User Settings14................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Up Behavior Of The Pcu16................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Up Of The Pcu: No Hmi Program Installed16................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Up Of The Pcu: Hmi Program Already Installed17................................................................................................................................................................
Bios Settings18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System25................................................................................................................................................................
Service Menu Functions (dos Function)25................................................................................................................................................................
Parameterizing The Service Menu (dos)27................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Main Menu28................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Sinumerik Hmi Environment29................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Dos Shell And Checking The Software Version31................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Service Desktop32................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Hard Disk33................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Operator Interface34................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Location Of Hmi Boot Screen34................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Your Own Boot Screen35................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Background Of The Service Desktop35................................................................................................................................................................
User-specific Settings During Boot Up36................................................................................................................................................................
Starting An Hmi Program During Boot Up36................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Service Des Ktop During Boot Up38................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Oem Programs40................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling/disabling Error Log During Boot Up40................................................................................................................................................................
Pcu With Sitop Ups Module41................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Configuring The Sitop Monitor42................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of The Sitop Ups Module44................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration For Exiting The Hmi47................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Software And Network Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Software And Software Update49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Upgrade Or Service Pack49................................................................................................................................................................
Silently" Installing An Upgrade Or Service Pack50................................................................................................................................................................
Installation With Fat16 Data File Structure53................................................................................................................................................................
Installation With Fat32 Data File Structure54................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Via Network Connection56................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Network Drives60................................................................................................................................................................
Network Operation With The Service Desktop66................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Authorizing Simatic Step 767................................................................................................................................................................
Authorizing Simatic Step 7 Via The Service Menu69................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up And Restoring Data71................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up/restoring Data With An Ethernet Connection71................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Pcu Hard Disk To The Pg/pc Hard Disk71................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Pcu Hard Disk From The Pg/pc Hard Disk75................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning A Replacement Hard Disk81................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up And Restoring Pcu Partitions Locally83................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Partitions85................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Partitions87................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Partition E: (windows) On The Pcu89................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting The Backup Image91................................................................................................................................................................
Defining An Emergency Backup Image92................................................................................................................................................................