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    6000MCNC Control TRAINING GUIDE

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    Navigation InstructionsFollow the bookmarks at the left sideof the page to navigate to desired topic.Click plus and minus symbols to expandand compress menu display.Bookmarks

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    5000M CNC CONTROLTRAINING GUIDE

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    1.Turning the Control ONF10After the control has been turned ON press F10 to continue.Then press ENTER to select CNC mode.1. Control SoftwareThis allows you enter CNC software2. Setup UtilityMachine configuration3. Motion Setup/Testing Used to setup drive

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    2.First CNC ScreenSECTION #1SECTION #2SECTION #3Control Manual Screen

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    3.Program nameMachine statusMode of operationMachine position status Messages display in this areaError and warningsCommand line for MANUAL(MDI) instructionsPosition relative to machine HOMEPosition relative to part ZEROTarget or position to reachDistance to go to reach targetSection #1Sect...

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    4.Section #3Active tool #Tool diameterTool length offsetSpindle speedFeedratePercentage offeed and RPM’sNumber of loopsDwell in secondsActive fixture offsetActive M functionsActive G codesOverride of feed and rapidParts counter and timer

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    5.Softkey in Manual ModeAccess helpmenuAccess list ofprogramsEdit programin memoryManual ModeSingle StepModeAutomaticModeDelete fromcommand lineInsert in command lineAccess tool pageActivatehandwheelSoftkey in Manual mode when shift key is pressedDisplay last 8 messages Teach ModeSends machine ho...

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    6.Alfa - Numeric key boardNote :- Most used key are yellow . Most key also double functions , theshift key is use to use secondary functions. DACDCBFGHIKLJMOPNQSTRUWVX897Y564Z2310<{$Clear keyEnter keyCursor keysSpace keyShift key>^[]!~@}_‘/?:%“|;/()#*&=‘RapidFeedArcFeedToolMcodemm...

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    7.% FEEDXYUWAXIS% SPDL OVRD110100FEEDJOGRAPIDSERVORESETSPDL OFFSPDL REVSPDL FWD+COOL READYZManual panelThere are two type of Manual panels.1.As shown below.2.The other without Handwheel on left sideManual handwheelAxis select for handwheelFeedrate override Axis feed typeSpindle overrideServo re...

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    8.MOVING WITH COMMANDSType commands as needed and press the START button located on theMANUAL PANELEXAMPLE:Type: G0 G90 Z-5. and press StartZ axis goes to Z-5. in ABS and RAPIDEXAMPLE:Type G97 S1000 M3 and press START to start the spindle at a fixed 1000rpm.MOVING ...

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    9.MOST COMMON G-CODE COMMANDS TO REMEMBER:G00: Rapid move.G01: Feed move.G02:Arc clockwiseG03:Arc counter clockwiseG17: XY planeG18: XZ planeG19: Yz planeG40:Cutter comp offG41:Cutter comp leftG42:Cutter comp rightG53 Ox:Fixture offsets ( absolute ...

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    10.ADDRESS LETTERS USED IN PROGRAMMINGA:Used for angles around X axis.B:Used for angles around Y axis.C:Used for angles around Z axis.D:Designates tool diameter in a program.F:Feedrate.I:Circle center X axis.J:Circle center Y axis.K:Circle center Z axis.L:Dessignates tool length in a program.M:Mi...

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    11.Programs can be restored into the control if they have been previously saved on a disk. From the MANUAL mode press then press SHIFTNext, press select “A:” and press ENTERUsing the arrow keys hi-lite the program to be restore...

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    12.FUNCTIONCNC KEYBOARDCOMPUTER KEYBOARDZ Axis CommandX Axis CommandPreparity G CodeMachine Function CodeSpindle Function CodeTool CommandENTER SHIFT Cycle HOLD KeyCycle START KeyCursor UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHTCLEAR KeyFUNCTION Keys F1 - F10Z KeyX KeyG KeyM KeyS KeyT KeyENTER KeySHIFT KeyAlt + H ...

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    5000M CNC CONTROLHELP MENU’S

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    1HELPF1The HELP MENU’S are access by pressing.This can be done from either Manual or Edit.Manual mode soft keysEdit mode soft keysFirst Help screenNote: The center of the screen. There are two different displays, one has text about Help the other shows the program as it is being entered.Press ...

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    2ExitF10F3F4F5F6F7F8F9F1F2TextSelectReEditAbortAcceptPrevThere are two different set of soft keys , as shown above.Arrow up and around to desired selection.Arrow down and around to desired selection.Not used.Text changes center of screen to diplay program.Selects required cycle.Enter will as do t...

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    3Section as shown below these are the major defaults. Hight lite the required in put and press either or enter.SelectUse up arrow key to move hight to next selection.

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    4Press the number 2 key or arrow up to number 2 .Press either or enterSelectNote:- the reverse color around Compensation. Press either or enterSelect1. Puts a G40 into program comp off.2. Enters G41 into program cutte...

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    5Center of rotation X axis.Center of rotation Y axis.Start angle when using loop.Angle between loops or single shot.Subroutine #.Number of repeats.This cycle can be programmed in main program or in a subroutine. If programmed in the main, the cycle is entered and then the diminsion of the shape a...

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    6Scaling G72When using scaling if threre are any the axis must be scaled the sameon both of these axis.If part is required to be half size .5 would be factor.G72 alone will turn off scaling.

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    7LinesPress # 3 either or enter.Screen will now appear as below.Select2. X axis input only.3. Y axis input only.4. X and Y axis.5. Angle and X axis.6. Angle and Y axis.7. Angle and Radius8. Radius and X axis9. Radius and Y axisInputs will change accordi...

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    8Arc’sPress # 4 either or enter.Screen will now appear as below.Select2. Radius and End Point.3. Center and End Point. This can be used for helical interpolation (thead mill.)4. Center and X End Point.5. Center and Y End Point.6. Center and Angle. Ang...

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    9Corner Rounding And ChamferingPress # 5 either or enter.Screen will now appear as below.Select2. Radius One shot corner rounding.Inputs mid point X / Y,radius and end point X/Y.3.Chamfer One shot chamfer. Inputs mid point X/Y, ...

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    10Multiple line, arc and chamfer moves.Press # 6 either or enter.Screen will now appear as below.Select2. Definition Inputs first angle, second angle and end point.3.Radius Inputs first angle, radius, second angle andend point.4.Chamfe...

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    11PocketsPress # 7 either or enter.Screen will now appear as below.SelectCutter comp is built into all pocket except Mold Rotation.X and Y centers are Optional but if not entered will assume it is positioned at centerof pocket.#2. Frame Milling.#3. Hole...

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    12Hole Milling G76A good use for this cycle to produce small counterbores.DiameterRough FeedFinsih StockFinish FeedDJSKDiameter of pocket.Feedrate roughing.Finish Stock.Feedrate finish pass.X Center Y Center Length Width Start Hgt. Z Depth (abs)Stepove...

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    13Rectangular Pocket. G78XYMWHZUABIJSKPCenter of pocket XCenter of pocket YActual length X axisActual width Y axis.1 above surface to be cutAbsolute depth of pocketRadius in corners70% of cutter or lessMax depth per passFeedrate on 3 axis first moveFeedrate for roughingAmount of stock for finish ...

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    14Mold Rotation G45Start Angle End AngleNum of CyclesNum of Fwd SubNum of Rev SubAxis of RotationOther axis CLCenterlineRotation AngleABCFRXIJKAngle where rotation is going to startAngle where rotation is going to end 1 cycle equals 1 Fwd and 1 Rev. Sub.Sub. Profile forward directionSub. Profile ...

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    15Draft Pocket G73Length, bottom Width, bottom Start HeightZ Depth (abs)Lower Left Rad.Lower Right Rad.Upper Left Rad.Upper Right Rad.Draft AngleZ step RoughMax XY StepoverFinish Stock XYZ step FinishFinish FeedFlat 0, Ball 1XYHZABCDEIVSQRWLength at bottom of pocket. requiredWidth at bottom of...

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    16Plunge Circular Pocket G177Plunge Pocket Pocket G178X CenterY CenterZ Start Hgt.Z Depth (abs)DiameterStepoverZ Max. cutZ FeedrateRough Feed.Finish StockFinish Feed.Retract Hgt.XYHZDABIJSKPCenter X axisOptionalCenter Y axis. Same as above. OptionalStart height .1 above surface to b...

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    Pockets with Islands (G162) Format: G162 An Bn Cn Dn En This cycle allows islands in irregular pockets. The main pocket must the lowest subroutine number. Normally, this would be one (1). Pockets with Islands can be programmed using: • DXF (see “Section 17, Using DXF for Pockets with Isl...

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    Figure 5-13, Subroutines Pockets with Islands Example Workpiece Table 5-22, Pockets with Islands Subroutines Programming Example N1 G00 G17 G70 G90 N2 T1D.0205 L-1 M6 N3 S1250M3 N4 M8 N5 G53O01 N6 G162 A2 B3 C4 D5 E6 N7 G162 A7 B8 C9 D10 N8 G162 A-11 B12 C-13 D-14 N9 G169 W1 H0.1 Z-0.0050 C...

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    N18 X1.2598 Y0.5 N19 X1.2226 N20 X1.2135 Y0.525 N21 X1.1507 N22 X1.1416 Y0.5 N23 X1.1044 N24 G00 Z0.1 N25 M99 N26 N27 N28 O12 N29 X1.1634 Y0.56 N30 Z0.1 N31 G01 Z-0.005 N32 G01 X1.1821 Y0.6112 N33 X1.2007 Y0.56 N34 X1.1634 N35 G00 Z0.1 N36 M99 N37 N38 O13 N39 X1.4007 Y0.55 N40 Z0.1 N4...

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    17#2. Ellipse.#3. Spiral.#5. Facing.#7. Circular Profile#8. Rectangular Profile.Produces an ellipse, uses special cutter comp.Will cut a tapered thead.Faces large surfaces.Cut circle either inside or outside.Cut rectangle inside or outside.

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    18Ellipse G05Spiral G06Note: All dimensions are INCREMENTAL.End HorizontalEnd vertical.Center HorizontalCenter VerticalHalf lenghtHalf widthCCW +,CW -.XYIJABLDistance from start to end X axis.Distance from start to end Y axis.Distance to center from start.Distance to center from start. Half ...

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    19Facing G170LengthWidthX StepoverY StepoverFeedrateZ Start hieghtZ Depth Absolute X StartY StartXYABFHZDEIncreamental length X axis.Increamental width Y axis.Stepover X .Stepover Y.Feedrate. Start height .1 above surface.Finish depth.Start X axis.Start Y axis.Note: Only A or B not both can ...

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    20Circular profile G171Rectangular Profile G172Center X.Center Y.Start height.Diameter.Z depth (absolute).0 = inside, 1 = outside. Ramp Distance.Z Maximum cut.Finish Stock.Z Feedrate.Rough feedrate.Finish Feedrate.Retract height.XYHDZARBSIJKPX Center (optional).Y Center (optional ).Start height...

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    Thread Mill Cycle (G181) Format: G181 Xn Yn Zn Hn Pn Dn Cn Bn Rn Sn En Jn Kn Vn WARNING: The first move in this cycle is a rapid move to the center of the thread before moving the Z axis. Make sure the tool is properly located before calling up this cycle. Use the thread milling for cutting i...

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    Table 5-28 describes the Thread Mill Cycle entry fields. Table 5-28, G181 Address Words Address Word Description X Absolute X coordinate of the center of the thread. If no coordinate is entered, the CNC puts the center of thread at the current tool position. (Optional) Y Absolute Y coordinate ...

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    Table 5-28, G181 Address Words Address Word Description J Feedrate for roughing. (If not set (blank), the cycle will use the current active feedrate) (Optional) K Feedrate for the finish pass. (If not set (blank), the cycle will use the current active feedrate) (Optional) V Angle on one side ...

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    Sample Thread Milling Cycle Program 1 G0 G90 G70 G17 2 T1 M6 3 S2000 M3 4 X0 Y0 5 G181 Z-1. H0.1 P.5 D1. C.0625 B8. R.1 S.002 E2 J20.0 K5.0 6 Z5 7 M5 8 M2 With a cutter diameter of 0.625, this program will cut a 1-8 inside thread at X0 Y0. The tool will spiral down the thread pitch of 8 threads...

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    21Drilling Cycles G80 SeriesNote:That there is now a G80 in the first box on left.All G80 cycles must be turn OFF with a G80 as soon as drill operation is finished.

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    22Basic Drilling Cycles G81Counter Boring Cycles G82Peck Drilling Cycles G83Finish Depth.Start Hgt.Feedrate.Return Hgt.ZRFPFinish depth of hole.Start height above surface to be drilled.Feedrate for drilling. Return height if higher than R plane.Finish Depth.Start Hgt.Feedrate.Dwell timeReturn...

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    23Finish Depth.Start Hgt.Feedrate.X Backoff.Dwell time.Return Hgt.Index Angle.ZRFIDPCFinish depth of hole.Start height above surface to be drilled.Feedrate for drilling. Backoff before retracting from hole.Dwell to flat bottom hole.Return height if higher than R plane.Index angle to orient s...

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    24Flat Bottom Boring Cycle G89Chip Breaking Cycle G87Finish Depth.Start Hgt.Feedrate.Dwell.Return Hgt.ZRFDPFinish depth of hole.Start height above surface to be drilled.Feedrate for drilling. Dwell in second at bottom of hole.Return height if higher than R plane.Finish Depth.Start Hgt.Feedrat...

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    25Bolt Hole Circle Drilling G79Hole Pattern Dilling G179Center.Center.Index Angle.First Angle.Last Angle.Number Holes.Diameter.Radial Path.XYCABHDRCenter X axis.Center Y axis.Angle to rotate 0 angle from 3 o’cclock. Angle of first hole from 0.Angle of last hole, if full pattern not required...

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    26G-Code without GraphicsMiscellaneous M-CodesDwell In seconds with TnExact stop will stop exactly in positiion one shot.Stroke Limit set a box that tool cannot move outside or inside.Reference Point Return sends machine home in designated axis.Reference Point ReturnFixture offset Absolute zero s...

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    5000M CNC ControlProgram Management

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    2.INTRODUCTION The Program Directory provides access to all the program management and disk utilities. These functions include Creating, Selecting, Deleting, Undeleting and Copying programs.The Program Directory also provides access to the Floppy Drive utilities.Accessing PROGRAM DIRECTORY page.(...

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    3.Method No.2 Copying and using an existing program.If a similar program to that required already exists, it may be copied and given a new name. This allows similarly formatted programs to be used without having to re-type the information.(1) Using the keys High Light the exist...

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    4.UtilityTo UNDELETE / RESTORE a deleted program.Should a program become accidentally deleted the following method can be used to restore the program. NOTE: The restore capability of the system is determined by the space available on the drive.If the space on the drive where the program was sto...

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    5.To COPY a program to the A: Drive (Floppy Disk).The 5000M control uses the C:\ drive and the USER directory to store programs within the system. When in the PROGRAM directory the drive and directory are displayed in the lower left corner of the screen. The 5000M us...

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    6.To COPY a program from the A: Drive (Floppy Disk) to the Program Directory C:\USERThe 5000M uses the A:/ drive for the Floppy Disk Drive. Programs may be copied to or copied from the Floppy Drive individually or in multiples. To view or copy the programs on a Floppy Disk, the operator must firs...

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    7.Continued….To return to the Program Directory , LOG back to C:\USER(1) Press (Shift) this will change the descriptions of the F keys,(2) Press This shows a menu of the drives that the operator can view on screen.(2) Hi...

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    8.To COPY all the program files to the A: (Floppy Disk) when using the CAM continued…..The 5000M uses the C:/USER drive in the Program Directory. Upon entering the Program Directory the programs displayed will all have an extension of .GTo view all the program files described on the previous p...

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    9.To COPY all the program files to the A: (Floppy Disk) when using the CAM continued…..An alternative method is also provided to obtain the screen showing all programs with all extensions Directory. This method is completed using the and keys. This sequence of key strik...

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    10.To COPY all the program files to the A: (Floppy Disk) when using the CAM continued…..To COPY all the EXAMPLE program files shown below complete the following:(1)Use the keys to High light the first program to be copied (EXAMPLE.1) to the Floppy Drive (2) Using the ...

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    5000M CNC CONTROLSimple Program

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    1.CREATING A PROGRAMFrom Manual page pressF2PROGRAMCREATEF2Press The softkeys will changed as shown below.Type the program name (Maximum 8 letters/numbers).Press Enter put into program directory

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    2.EDITHigh light will be on program just created.PressF8

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    3.This is how screen will appear when entering EDITProgram nameNote:Softkeys have change .Note:Insert is turn ON ,if not will not go past bottom of page.

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    4.X0 Y0.752.75.51.5This part needs to have 4 hole drilled .25 dia and .5 deep

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    5.Press HELPHigh light will be on G0 press enterMove high light G17 , G70 and G90 press enter on each of these.F1Press M5 press ExitPress it will go into program as shown below.F10

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    6.Top line of program.Program has been editedCursor position line and columnLines 2 and 3 are typed in manually.The * allows commence into program control will readignore after it.

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    7.Screen will appear as shown below.Press #2 for basic drilling, press enter.Press press #9 for DRILL pressHELPF1

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    8.Enter values Finish Depth -.5 press down arrow, enterStart Hgt .1 down arrow and Feedrate 12The next enter hole positions.Type G0 X.75 Y.5 X2.75Y1.5X.75Type G80Cancel drill, this must always in program after last hole.ExitPress exits help menu and enters line into...

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    9.Press pressExitDrawView XY planeView XZ planeView YZ planeView isometricFit to screenZoom windowHalf current sizeDouble current sizeScale drawingPans part around screenErase screenDisplays text ----------------Displays tool-----------------Show tool comp---------...

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    10.Press cursor will be on FIT press enterDISPLAYThis will fits drawing to screen.Red lines are RAPID moves , blue circle are the holes andpurple circle is the tool.Pressthis brings control back to program pagePressto select program ,check that high light is on correct program.Press ...

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    12.SETTING PART ZERO.If using an edge finder , touch edge of part using jog keys.Go to tool page press pressToolOFFSETSPress this will enter value into table.CalibXCursor to required OFFSET using arrow up and down keys.Move X axis until part is located with edge finder.Because the edge find is .2...

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    13.SETTING TOOL LENGTH OFFSETSPut tool in spindle , bring tool tool down to top of part. Press high light correct tool number in tool pagepressIf there are more move Z axis up change to next tooland calibrate it as before,tool #0 must always be activewhen setting...

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    5000M CNC CONTROL GENERATING PROGRAMS USING CAM

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    STEP BY STEP CREATION OF A PROGRAM USING THE SHAPE EDITOR The following presentation shows a step by step procedure of how to create a part program using theAnilam 5000 Control. This procedure details the use of the interactive CAM that creates the part profile through simple entry of geometrical...

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    2.- High light the name the needs the program for, press - The machine program can be coompletely produced in CAM. CAMLine toolArc toolGeometry toolCorner radiusCorner chamferChaining toolWhen is press, soft keys will change as shown below.F4- BackMoves curser backwards ...

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    3.S-EditPressing the following pop-up menu will appearCreate Create a start point for a shape.Copy Copy a shape to another location.Move Move a shape to anew location.Delete Delete a shape.Rev Arc Reverses direction of an arc in a shape.Pro...

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    4.Pressing the following pop-up menu will appearDisplayFit to screen.Zoom in on windowed area.Redraw screenHalf size of screen.Double size of screen.Scale screen.Pan move part around on screen.Erase screen.List shapes by number.Lists all geometry. Showing coordinates.Recover ...

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    5.Pressing the following pop-up menu will appearSetupParameters for CAM.Turn shapes ON/OFF.Turn geometry ON /OFF.Turn tool paths ON/OFF.Parameters for post.When high light is on setting press the pop-up menu will appear. When high light is on paths press ...

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    6.2” rad4”rad1.8”rad3.75”6.25”X0 Y0The part below needs to be pocketed.

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    7.When CAM is accessed The high light will be on the top left icon,for the following exercise the third icon down is the one required.Press down arrow key twice icon on right will become point definitions.Enter a point using X & Y coordinates.Increamentally move from an exis...

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    8.Press icon on right will change to line definitions.A line along X axis. Aline along Y axis.Aline between two pointsA line through a point at an angle.A line parallel to an existing line.A line tangent to a circle through apoint.Circle between two existing elements.Circle knowing ce...

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    9.High light third Icon down on left.Press right and then up.Geometery iconturn blue.Circle icon high lightedPress R value =4PressIt will now ask for center definition and point definition will appear in right columnof icons. T...

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    10.DisplayPress Fit and screen show the circle that was just entered.Using same icon put in 2” radius ccircle.2” r4”r1.8”r6.25”3.75”Press enter 2” for radiusPress press to select point value X0 , value Y 4.25 (6.25-2...

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    11.2” r4”r1.8r6.25”3.75”The next element required is the 1.8 radius arc.In order to do this it is necessary put in some constrution geometry.First a line has to be draw at -3.75 in the Y axis.First high light geometry icon as shown below,press until line definition appear.Use a...

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    12.The next geometry required are two points at the intersect of the 4” radius circleand the -3.75 line. To do this use icon circled below. These are the two points that needed to be found.They are the intersect of circle #1 and line #3.Press Enter number of first element 1 press ...

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    13.It is now posible to drive an arc between points #4 & #5. Use the Icon that allows a circle between two elements.First question R value. Press Second questionPressThird questionPress2” r4”r1.8r6.25”3.75X0Y0

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    14.2” r4”r1.8r6.25”3.75It is necessary to figure the best place to start.On this part the top will allow us to completelyclean this shape.Use icon circled line tangent to a circle at an angle.First questionPressSecond questionPressThere are two chooses #1 or #2 we willtake #2X0Y0Point requi...

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    15.All the necessary geometry has been established, the next thing is to make a shape, to pocket and contour.S-EditF3PressA start point needs to be established for are shape, high light will be onCreate. Create will set where the shape is going to start.Press select point definition,Use...

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    16.PressPressEnter 8 when it says “From point”The white number one is the start point for shape #1. The icon circle is the construction icon,high light it press it will ask foran element tobe selected.Enter -2 pressWhen selecting circles if cutting in clockwise the number is posit...

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    17.The next selection is -1 and there are selection 1 and 2, inthis case 2 is required.Press 2Notice that after 2 was selected element #2 when from green to white and element #1 became green.The next element is #6, this is positive because the direction is clockwise.Press 6 select #2 ...

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    18.The geometry and shape are complete, the next is to produce atool path to pocket and contour.MotionPressF7The first tool path is pocket using arrow keys high light pocket press.Press

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    19.A pop-up window will appear as above.To enter a value in any of these parameters first pressenter value pressThere are two methods of entering tooldiameters, direct just type in value andselect it from toll table.When More is reached it will bring up anew pop-up window.Tool table

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    20.Second page of parameters.Angle of cut can be left at default or an angle entered, on this partan angle of 200 deg’s will be entered.Entry and Exit Move these are the three options.Linear is straight line move on to start point, circular ram on move. Arc Length is th...

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    21.Coolant turn ON at start but not OFF at end as the same tool will be used for pocketing and contouring. The same applies with spindle.PressContF10PressContF10PressCalcF8On the right is how it will appear on screen.Red is geometry.White is the shape outline.Green is tool path.YesF1

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    22.The Contour now need to be done as the edges are still rough.Press pressMotionF7It now needs to know which side to put tool comp.Stepover this is around contour only. Number of passes around contour.Do this for both Entry and exit moves.

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    23.Note: Coolant and spindle at start are entered as None and turnedOff at end,as they are still on from pocketing.YesF1Pocket tool path #1Profile tool path #2There is no need for a tool change because the same tool is being usefor the contour as pocketing.

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    24.Setup F9Arrow down to postIf machine has a tool changer arrow downto Tool Change press enter arrow down toTool Change Format if M06 is required itshould read as follows T%02DM06.Block Number are set to start at 10 and increament by 10 this can be changedependinng on your preferance.Format is ...

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    25.High light EXAMPLE.G presspress fit will be high lighted pressDraw F7Display F5XY viewIsometic viewAll that is left to do is set tool length offsets and fixture offsets,part is ready to run.

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    26.If the G-Code Configuration is now correct it can be savefor future use.Press until top left corner shows..\ high light EXAMPLE.CAM press high lightwill be on Copy press Arrow down to Other Type inC:\P5M\DEFAULTS.CAMDispl...

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    5000M CNC CONTROLDXF Converter

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    DXF file can be converted into 5000 machine programsusing the Offline software.The DXF files are stored in the Program Page.When going to Program Page only .G and/or .M file will be displayed,press shift twice, this willdisplay all files on Program page.F8DisplayHi...

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    2.File nameSelect: Used when selecting elements on drawing.Layers: Allows layer on drawing to be turned Off or On.View:XY,XZ,YZ or isometric.Display:Fit, window, redraw, half or double.Save: Saves program with .G once converted.Setup: Allows setup of inputs and outputs.Exit : Goes ...

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    3.Zero on most drawings is usually not at a point that is covenient for programing,so there is a way it can be changed.In the case of current drawing, the center of the hole in center of part is the bestpoint X0 Y0.To do this Press the Ctlr key and hold it down put mouse point on to circle andpre...

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    4.F10ExitPressPress ALTkey and letter Fkey at the same time, this will mark the end of eachelement.F6CompressPress high light Window pressA box will appear on screen move around sceen using press positi...

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    5.F1SelectPress point mouse arrow to lower end of a line as shownand pess left mouse key. Line will turn green as above and put a number at low end of line, the position of the number is the start point.Now point to the line below it and press left mouse key...

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    6.F10ExitPress F8SavePress High light .G or .M file pressF4EditENTERPress Y it will now return to Program page.F1Press or

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    7.High light .M file press in coversational will appear as belowF8EditStart of programEnd of programProgram has to be Edited , to put in tool changes or cutter comp and Z moves.High light .G file press in G code form...

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    8.This example will show multiple subroutines.and pick all holes that are the same size , in thiscase 8. When going to second set of holes pressright key on mouse.F1SelectPressThe green circle is the last of previously selected holes. The yellowcircle is the one selected with right mouse button a...

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    9.The print below shows the four shapes of the different size holes.PressF8SaveF10ExitPress1234567812121

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    10.Below is the output from the DXF converter.Some editing is required to put in drilling cycles.Subroutine callsSubroutine for positions of the eight holes numbered in black.Subroutine for positions of the two holes numbered in green.Subroutine for positions of the two holes numbered in blue.Sub...

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    The program below is Edited with the drill cycles in the program.11.

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    12.In this example of a full drawing and how to turn off unnecessaryinformation ,such as dimensions etc.

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    13.F3LayersPress High light Toggle Layers pressENTERPut high light on layers not required and press to turn OFF.ENTERIn the drawing shown the only layer required to be left on is #11

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    14.Only the part profiles and holes are left.The circled area is blown up below. It show an error in the drawing , where two lines arenot connected. It will stop, select next element and the following message will appear.Press Y to continue.It will then continue around part.

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