This 15-part training series will help students understand CNC lathe principles as well as safety and operations. After completion of this series, students should be able to produce simple parts and run existing programs to produce multiple finished parts for industry.
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CNC Lathe: CNC Lathe Safety & Machine ConfigurationStresses safety and gives clear instructions of the overall control panel layout and main controls.
CNC Lathe: The Coordinate Systems With Part & Machine ZeroCovers the basics and use of the Cartesian Coordinate System – CCS.
CNC Lathe: CNC Tooling, Workholding & OffsetsCovers the various tools used on the CNC lathe.
CNC Lathe: Introduction To Programming For The CNC LatheIntroduces students to part programming.
CNC Lathe: Rapid Positioning & Interpolation CommandsCovers "G" programming codes and demonstrates the processes to perform straight-line, tapered, and arced cuts.
CNC Lathe: Spindle Speeds & Feed CommandsHelps students understand and select the correct spindle speeds and feed rates.
CNC Lathe: Tool Nose CompensationTeaches students to adjust the program tool path by compensating for the cutting tool's nose radius.
CNC Lathe: OD/ID Stock RemovalCovers the G71 stock removal cycle and how it is used to simplify programming for part production.
CNC Lathe: Irregular Path Stock RemovalCovers the G73 irregular path stock removal cycle.
CNC Lathe: End Face Stock RemovalCovers the canned cycle G72 and how it is used to machine the end face of a workpiece.
CNC Lathe: Multiple-Pass, Thread-Cutting CycleCovers the multiple-pass, thread-cutting canned cycle, G76.
CNC Lathe: Drilling Canned CyclesCovers the use of three drilling canned cycles – G81, G82, and G83.
CNC Lathe: Tapping Canned CyclesCovers the tapping and reverse-tapping canned cycles, G84 and G184.
CNC Lathe: Boring Canned CyclesCovers the G85 bore-in, bore-out and the G89 bore-in, dwell, bore-out canned cycles.
CNC Lathe: Visual Quick CodeIntroduces students to quick code.
Our DVDs are portable and easy-to-use. Training content is "chapterized," or organized by learning objectives to:
- Help with course navigation
- Enable training administrators to cover specific training points and conduct refresher training
- Facilitate classroom discussion.
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