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Manuals Brands Siemens Manuals Measuring Instruments SINUMERIK D sl Programming manual Siemens SINUMERIK D sl Programming Manual Measuring cycles hmi sl. Quick Links Download this manual See also: Operation and Programming ManualProgramming Manual. Related Manuals for Siemens SINUMERIK D sl Control Unit Siemens SINUMERIK DE sl Commissioning Manual Basesoftware and operating software pages. Controller Siemens Sinumerik D sl Diagnostic Manual pages.
Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
My Documentation Manager provides you with a range of features for generating your own machine documentation. Page 5 Supplementary devices The applications of SIEMENS controls can be expanded for specific purposes through the addition of special add-on devices, equipment and expansions supplied by SIEMENS. Page 7: Table Of Contents Table of contents Preface Page 8 Table of contents 2. Page 9 Table of contents 5.
Page 10 Table of contents 5. Page 11 Table of contents 6. Page 12 Table of contents 7. Page General General Basics General information Measuring cycles are general subroutines designed to solve specific measurement tasks. They can be adapted to specific problems via parameter settings.
Workpiece measurements In workpiece measurement, a measuring probe is moved up to the clamped workpiece in the same way as a tool and the measured values are acquired. Page 14 General 1. The probe is either in a fixed in position or is swung into the working area with a mechanism. Page Behavior On Block Search, Dry Run, Program Testing, Simulation General 1. Page Reference Points On The Machine And Workpiece General 1. Workpiece dimensions are measured in the workpiece coordinate system.
Page 18 General 1. G54programmable frames: They interact in a frame chain to produce the overall frame and the workpiece coordinate system. Measuring cycles do not support any frames with an active scale factor. Page Definition Of The Planes, Tool Types General 1.
Page 20 General 1. Page 21 General 1. If there is no machine axis Y, milling can be implemented with the following kinematic transformations. This is stated more clearly in the individual cycles, measuring variants. Page Probes That Can Be Used General 1. The probe must operate virtually bounce-free. Different types of probe are offered by different manufacturers. Probes are distinguished according to the number of measuring directions.
Page 23 General 1. Page Probe, Calibration Body, Calibration Tool General 1. Entry in tool memory Tool type DP1 : or 1xy Page Measuring Tools On Milling Machines, Machining Centers General 1. Use the same measuring velocity for calibrating and measuring.
A special cycle is available for calibration. Page 26 General 1. Page Measuring Workpieces At The Turning Machines General 1. Lengths specified for turning tools always refer to the tool tip, except in the case of workpiece probes on turning machines where they refer to the probe center. Page 28 General 1. Page Measuring Tools At Lathes General 1. A cycle with different measuring versions is provided for calibration. Page 30 General 1. Calibration involves precisely determining the triggering points switching points of the tool probe and entering them in special data fields.
Calibration is performed with a calibration tool. Page Measurement Principle General 1. The probe signal is processed directly on the NC so that the delay when acquiring measured values is minimal. This permits a higher measuring speed for the prescribed measuring precision and time needed for measuring is reduced.
Page 32 General 1. The procedure is the same for tool measurement. In this case, however, the tool is moved and the probe is fixed. Depending on its design, the actual movements of a machine may be different anyway.
Workpiece measurement is described as follows: The workpiece is stationary and the probe moves. Page 33 General 1. Page 34 General 1. Page 35 General 1. This is caused by signal transmission from the probe and the hardware of the control. In this time a path is traversed that falsifies the measured value.
This influence can be minimized by reducing the measuring speed. Page Measuring Strategy For Measuring Workpieces With Tool Offset General 1. Page 37 General 1. At the same time, however, accidental scatter will be reduced as k increases. Page 38 General 1. Page Parameters For Checking The Measurement Result And Offset General 1.
For other compensations resulting from dimensional deviations, symmetrical tolerance bands are assigned to the set dimension which result in different responses. Page 40 General 1. This limit has no effect on generation of the compensation value either.
When it is reached, the tool is probably worn and needs to be replaced. Page 41 General 1. The weighting factor can be used to give a different weighting for each measurement. Page 42 General 1. Page 43 General 1. Page Effect Of Empirical Value, Mean Value, And Tolerance Parameters General 1. Page Overview Of Measuring Cycle Functions For Milling Technology General 1.
Page Calibrating Workpiece Probes General 1. Page Workpiece Measurement At One Point General 1. The measuring point is approached paraxially in the active workpiece coordinate system. Depending on the measuring variant, the result may influence the selected tool offset or zero offset. Page Measuring The Workpiece Parallel To The Axis General 1. They are executed by cycle CYCLE Page 49 General 1.
Page Measuring A Workpiece At An Angle General 1. Page Measuring A Surface At An Angle General 1. It is still possible to determine the angles on an oblique surface in space. Page 52 General 1. Page Measuring Spheres General 1. Either paraxial measurement or measurement at an angle can be selected.
Page Workpiece Measurement: Setting-Up A Corner General 1. Page Overview Of Measuring Cycle Functions For Turning Technology General 1. Calibrating tool probes Result: Probe switching point with reference to machine or workpiece zero Page 56 General 1. Example: Calibrate probe with cutting edge position 7, in X axis in both directions in a calibration groove.
Page Measuring Workpieces At Lathes: 1-Point Measurement General 1. Page Measuring Workpieces At Lathes: 2-Point Measurement General 1.
Manuals Brands Siemens Manuals Control Unit SINUMERIK D sl Manual Siemens SINUMERIK D sl Manual. Quick Links Download this manual See also: Operation and Programming ManualManual. Related Manuals for Siemens SINUMERIK D sl Control Unit Siemens SINUMERIK DE sl Commissioning Manual Basesoftware and operating software pages. Controller Siemens Sinumerik D sl Diagnostic Manual pages. Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation.
If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems. Page 7: Table Of Contents Table of contents Preface Page 8 Table of contents PROFINET interfaces, ports 1, Page 9 Table of contents Technical Data Page Safety Information Safety Information Danger notices The following notices are intended firstly for your personal safety and secondly to prevent damage occurring to the product described or any connected devices and machines.
Non- observance of the warnings can result in severe personal injury or property damage. Page 12 Repairs to devices that have been supplied by our company may only be carried out by SIEMENS customer service or by repair centers authorized by SIEMENS. When replacing parts or components, only use those parts that are included in the spare parts list. Page Esd Notices Safety Information 1. Discharge yourself of electrostatic energy before touching the components.
The easiest way to do this is to touch a conduc- tive, grounded object immediately beforehand for example, bare metal parts of control cabinet or the protective ground contact of a socket outlet. Page 14 Safety Information 1. Page System Overview Fields of application The SINUMERIK D sl can be used worldwide for turning, drilling, milling, grinding, laser machining, nibbling, punching, in tool and mold making, for high-speed cutting applications, for wood and glass processing, for handling operations, in transfer lines and rotary indexing machines, for mass production and JobShop production.
Page System Configuration System overview 2. Components For operation, programming, and visualization purposes, the corresponding operating software is already integrated into the CNC software for the NCU and therefore runs on the high-performance NCU multi-processor module.
Page 18 System overview 2. Page Application Planning If necessary, these interfaces can be isolated safely using a supplementary adapter insulation voltage V AC. Although these adapters are not included in the Siemens scope of delivery, you can buy these parts from your local dealer, who will be happy to advise you. Page Grounding Concept 3. Page Ri Suppression Measures Application Planning 3.
Page Ambient Climatic And Mechanical Conditions Application Planning 3. Page Transport And Storage Conditions Application Planning 3. Replace a faulty battery only with the same type. Page Operating Conditions Application Planning 3. Table Climatic environmental conditions to ENClass 3K5 Temperature range Page 27 The user must consider interference radiation for the complete system.
Particular attention should be paid to cabling. Please contact your sales representative for assistance and support. If compliance with limit value class C2 is required, please contact your local Siemens sales partner. NOTICE Please see the relevant SINAMICS documentation for EMC notes on how to deal with line filters and reactors. Page 28 Application Planning 3. Page 30 Description 4. Page 31 Description 4. Page Type Plate Description 4.
Figure Type plate You might need to access the information provided on the side-mounted type plate after the equipment has been mounted. Page Operating And Display Elements Operating and display elements Overview of operating and display elements NCU Page Compactflash Card Operating and display elements 5. It is not supplied with the control unit and must be ordered as a separate component.
The CompactFlash Card is inserted in the CF plug-in slot X interface. Page Inserting The Compactflash Card Operating and display elements 5. Page Led Displays Operating and display elements 5. RESET, watchdog monitoring etc. Page Reset Button Operating and display elements 5. Page Start-Up And Mode Selector Switch Operating and display elements 5. Setting during normal operation: "0" Page Interfaces Interfaces Interface overview Interface overview Table Overview of available external interfaces Interface Designation Plug-connector type DRIVE-CLiQ 0 X Spec.
RJ45 socket DRIVE-CLiQ 1 X Spec. RJ45 socket DRIVE-CLiQ 2 X Spec. RJ45 socket DRIVE-CLiQ 3 X Spec. Page Power Supply X Interfaces 6. See Requirements for the power supply Page Page Drive-Cliq Interfaces X - X Interfaces 6. Page Ethernet Interfaces X, X, X Interfaces 6. Both ports are connected as an Ethernet terminal. Pin assignment Table Ethernet interfaces X, X, X Signal name Signal type Meaning Output Page 43 Interfaces 6. Page 44 Interfaces 6. Page Profinet Interfaces, Ports 1, 2 Interfaces 6.
Figure Representation of the PROFINET interfaces NOTICE NCU system software V2. Page 46 Interfaces 6. LED displays For diagnostic purposes, the RJ45 sockets are each equipped with a green and an orange LED. Page 49 Interfaces 6. Page Technical Data Interfaces 6.
Page 52 Dimension drawings 7. Page Mounting Mounting Safety information Open equipment These modules are open equipment. This means they may only be installed in housings, cabinets or in electrical service rooms that can be entered or accessed exclusively by means of a key or tool. Housings, cabinets, or electrical equipment rooms may only be accessed by trained or authorized personnel.
Page Installation Types Mounting 8. Page 55 Mounting 8. Page Mounting The Control Unit On The Rear Wall Of The Control Cabinet Mounting 8. Page 57 Mounting 8. Tighten up the three screws on the clip again.
Mount the top and bottom of the Control Unit directly on the rear wall of the control cabinet with two M6 screws 6 Nm. Page Mounting The Control Unit For Segregated Heat Removal Mounting 8. Page 59 Mounting 8. Remove the spacers. Fit the seal around the cooling ribs of the Control Unit. Loosen the three M3 screws 0. Page Lateral Mounting Of Control Unit On The Sinamics Drive Line-Up Mounting 8.
The required mounting elements are supplied with the Line Module. Page Connecting The following overview shows an example of the various interfaces and their connection options. Note All devices in the SINUMERIK D sl and SINAMICS S product families appear in Catalog NC SIMATIC products that can be connected to the Control Unit appear in Catalog PM Page 62 Connecting 9. Page Safety Information For Wiring Connecting 9.
NOTICE If your axis grouping contains a Smart Line Module without DRIVE-CliQ 5 kW or 10 kWyou must assign the Smart Line Module enable signal to digital output X Page 64 Connecting 9. Disengage the release hook on the inside of the front cover the front cover is open and in the up position. Remove the front cover with a forward motion. Figure Removing the front cover Note All cables must be routed vertically upwards to the fullest extent possible so that the front Page Power Supply Connecting 9.
The following power consumption values for the Control Units provide a configuration basis for calculating the 24 V DC power supply. Page Connecting The Power Supply Connecting 9.