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Quick Links Download this manual See also: Technical ManualManual. Table of Contents. User's Manual. Page 2 This manual describes the smart. The manual takes into account functions provided by the MANUALplus as of the NC software number Machine operation and cycle programming are described in the MANUALplus User's Manual ID xx.
Page 3: About This Manual Do you want any changes, or have you found any errors? We are continuously striving to improve our documentation for you. Please help us by sending your requests to the following e-mail address: tnc-userdoc heidenhain. Page 5 Contents NC Programming smart. Turn smart. Page 7: Table Of Contents RETURN code. Page 8 2 smart. Turn Units. Turn unit. Page 9 "Contour milling, figures, lateral surface" unit. Page 10 2. Page 11 "Single-surface milling, YZ plane" unit.
Page 12 4 ISO Programming. Page 13 Constant feed G94 feed per minute. Page 14 4. Page 16 4. Page 17 4. Page 18 5 DIN Programming for the Y Axis. Page 19 Engraving in XY plane G Page 20 6 Overview of Units. Page 21 7. Page 24 1. Use the smart. Turn editor in ISO mode.
Page Structured Nc Program. Page Linear And Rotary Axes Linear and rotary axes Principal axes: Coordinates of the X, Y and Z axes refer to the workpiece zero point. C axis as principal axis: Angle data are given with respect to the zero point of the C axis. Page 27 You can also enclose more than one program line in square brackets to mark them as a comment.
Page The Smart. Page Shared Menu Items Shared menu items The menu items described below are used both in smart. Page 31 no syntax checking Settings. Save: The editor memorizes the open NC programs and the respective cursor positions. Load last saved setting: Restores the last saved condition of the editor.
Page 32 "Miscellaneous" pull-down menu The "Misc" pull-down menu Miscellaneous contains the following functions: Insert block. With block no. Page 33 Copy: Copies the marked part of the program into the clipboard. Insert: Inserts the contents of the clipboard at the cursor position.
Any parts of the program that are marked are replaced by the contents of the clipboard. Page 34 "Graphics" pull-down menu The "Graph. As an alternative, you can use the soft key see table at right. Graphic Off: Closes the graphic window. Window: Sets the graphic window. Page Program Section Code 1. You can add new codes or delete existing ones, depending on your program requirements.
An NC program must contain at least the MACHINING and END section codes. Further program section codes are available in the "Insert DIN PLUS word" Page Header Section For multipoint tools, every cutting edge is entered in the turret list. TURRET T1 ID" Page Blank Section BLANK section In this program section, you describe the contour of the workpiece blank.
FINISHED section In this program section, you describe the contour of the finished part. After the FINISHED section you use additional section codes such as FACE, LATERAL, etc. RETURN code The RETURN code concludes the subprogram.
Page Const Code CONST code Example: CONST In the CONST section of the program you define constants. You use constants for the definition of a value. CONST You enter the value directly or you calculate it. Page Tool Programming Delete all entries of the tool list. Cut out entry and save it in the clipboard. Show entries in the tool database.
Save the turret assignment. Close the tool list. You decide whether the changes made remain in effect. Page Editing Tool Entries Editing tool entries For each entry of the TURRET section you call the Tool dialog box, enter the identification number or use the identification number from the tool database.
New tool entry Position the cursor and press the INS insert key. The editor opens the Tool dialog box. Page Replacement Tools 1: Secondary cutting edge or any: Only the worn-out cutting edge of the multipoint tool is replaced by another tool or another cutting edge. Any other cutting edges of the multipoint tool that are not worn out will continue to be used. Page 44 NC Programming Page Units" Menu 2.
Turn Units "Units" menu The "Units" menu contains the unit calls grouped by the type of machining operation: Select the Units menu to call the following pull- down menus: Roughing Recessing Drilling and predrilling C axis and Y axis Finishing Thread Milling C axis and Y axis Page 47 M at end: M function that is executed at the end of the machining step. A maching mode is assigned to each unit for access to the technology database.
The following description shows the assigned machining mode and the unit parameters that were changed by the technology proposal. Page 48 The Contour form In the contour form you define the contours to be machined. ICP contour definition parameters Auxiliary contour: Name of the contour to be machined.
Page 50 The Global form This form contains parameters that were defined as default values in the start unit. You can edit these parameters in the machining units. Parameters on the Global form Tool change point No axis 0: Simultaneous 1: First X, then Z 2: First Z, then X 3: Only X 4: Only Z Page 51 0: Simultaneous X and Z axes depart diagonally 1: First X, then Z 2: First Z, then X 3: Only X 4: Only Z XE, ZE Departure position: Position of the tool point before the movement to the tool change point.
Page Longitudinal Roughing In Icp" Unit 2. Any auxiliary contour defined in FK will be used. Page Contour-Parallel Roughing In Icp" Unit "Contour-parallel roughing in ICP" unit The unit machines the contour described in the FINISHED program section from "NS to NE" parallel to the contour. Page Longitudinal Roughing With Direct Contour Input" Unit "Longitudinal roughing with direct contour input" unit The unit machines the contour defined by the parameters. In EC you define whether you want to machine a normal or a plunging contour.
Page Icp Contour Recessing" Unit 2. Page Contour Recessing With Direct Contour Input" Unit The MANUALplus uses the tool definition to distinguish between radial and axial recessing. Turning depth compensation RB: Depending on factors such as workpiece material or feed rate, the tool tip is displaced during a turning operation. You can correct the resulting infeed error with the turning depth compensation factor.
If required, the Machining operation: Recess turning MANUALplus reduces the programmed offset width. After precutting, the remaining material is removed with a single cut. Page Parting" Unit "Parting" unit The unit parts the workpiece. If programmed, a chamfer or rounding arc is machined on the outside diameter. At the end of cycle, the tool returns to the starting point. You can define a feed rate reduction, which becomes effective as soon as the position I is reached.
Page Units—Centric Drilling 2.
Quick Links Download this manual See also: Technical ManualUser Manual. MANUALplus Page 2: Contouring Control With Drive System From Heidenhain In these cases, comprehensive tests of the complete system are required, irrespective of the specifications of the individual devices.
Therefore one PL or one UEC is necessary for each Page 6: Specifications Screw pitch [mm] No. Graphic display of all solutions for selection by the user if more than one solution is possible Page 15 Option Option As of NC Comment Page number software x- Parallel axes ID Support of parallel axes U, V, W Combined display of principal axes and secondary axes - OEM option ID Options of the machine tool builder ID Spindle ID Page 17 Options The capabilities of the MANUALplus can also be adapted retroactively with options to meet new requirements.
These options are described on page They are enabled by entering keywords based on the SIK number, and are saved in the SIK component. Page 18 NC software There are always three control loops enabled in the basic version. The controller unit must be designed for the corresponding license and enabling of number of activated control loops. Page 19 SIK for purely A special SIK is available for systems with purely analog drives on the basis of the HSCI platform. They permit a high Page 22 UEC 11x The UEC 11x compact inverters not only include the inverter, but also a controller with PLC inputs and outputs and an integrated braking resistor.
They form a complete solution for machines with a limited number of axes and low power demands. Page 24 KTY adapter The adapter connector makes it possible for applications with connector purely serial EnDat 2. The adapter connector can also be used in conjunction with encoders with EnDat02 or 1 V interface.
The PL units are connected to the MC main computer via the HSCI interface. HSCI For partially occupied basic modules, the unused slots must be occupied by an empty housing. Either line voltage and DC-link voltage or only line voltage is provided to the PSL 13x. The PSL 13x provides the safely separated DC 24 V NC power supply required for the HSCI components by EN 61 Page 29 PLB x The PLB x HSCI adapter is required in order to connect an OEM-specific machine operating panel to the MANUALplus The spindle-speed and feed-rate override potentiometers of the TE 7xx and the HR handwheel are also connected to these adapters.
Page 30 Additional modules Overview The additional modules are directly connected to the HSCI control system through a slot on the MC main computer. Module for analog Digital drive designs sometimes also require analog axes or axes spindles. The additional module CMA-H Controller Module Analog—HSCI makes it possible to integrate analog servo drives in an HSCI system. Page 31 Workpiece The TS touch trigger probes have a stylus for probing workpieces.
The touch probes are available with various taper shanks. Assorted styli are available as accessories. Page 32 The measurement MANUALplus has standard routines. The MANUALplus automatically saves the results of measurement in a tool table. It is also possible to measure tool wear between two machining steps.
Page 33 Electronic handwheels Overview The standard MANUALplus supports the use of electronic handwheels. Page 34 HR Panel-mounted handwheel with ergonomic control knob. It is attached to the MB 7x0 or the TE 7x5 either directly or via an extension cable.
Page 35 Snap-on keys for HR Snap-on keys The snap-on keys make it easy to replace the key symbols. In this way, the HR handwheel can be adapted to different requirements. The snap-on keys are available in packs of 5 keys. Overview for HR Page 36 Overview of HR Page 37 Snap-on keys for control Snap-on keys The snap-on keys make it easy to replace the key symbols.
In this way, the keyboard can be adapted to different requirements. Overview of control keys Keys Or an g e Gr ay Page 38 Spindle functions Gr een Gr een Other keys Bl ac k Bl ac k ID F4 Or an g e Bl ac k ID F5 Bl ac k ID F6 Gr een Special keys Snap-on keys with customized symbols for special applications can also be manufactured. Page Cable Overview Cable overview Control system with UEC Page 40 Control system with CC Page 41 Encoders Page 42 Inverter system Page 43 Accessories The HR handwheel is connected directly to the machine operating panel.
Page 45 The maximum permissible number of individual HSCI participants is listed below. HSCI components Maximum number HSCI master 1 in the system CC, UEC, UMC HSCI slave 4 controller motherboards distributed to CC, UEC, UMC as desired HSCI slave 2 in the system MB, PLB HSCI slave 7 in the system Page 46 Display of PDF files. Drawings, work instructions, etc. The browser can be run in a Sandbox to increase data security.
Page 47 Axes Overview The MANUALplus is a contouring control for lathes with one spindle and a slide X, Z and Y for tool movement. For rear-face machining of the workpiece, an optional counter spindle can be operated in addition to the main spindle. Page 48 Synchronized axes move in synchronism and are programmed with the same axis axes option 24 designation.
Page 49 Position- The position of the spindle is monitored by the control. C-axis machining For milling, drilling and boring cycles, either the spindle or counter option 55 spindle is switched to C-axis operation, or a separate C-axis drive is activated. Page 51 Additional incremental signals are output for highly dynamic control loops.
EnDat interface The MANUALplus features the serial EnDat 2. Page 52 Position controllers, speed controllers, current controllers and inverters are integrated in the MANUALplus The MANUALplus can be operated with following error or Axis feedback control feedforward control. Page 53 Smoothed jerk The jerk is smoothed by nominal position value filters. The MANUALplus therefore mills smooth surfaces at the highest possible feed rate and yet keeps the contour accurate.
The operator programs the permissible tolerance in a cycle. Special filters for HSC machining HSC filters can specifically suppress the natural frequencies of an individual machine. With active tool life monitoring the tool will automatically be replaced by a defined replacement tool the next time it is called.
The temperature can be recorded via thermistors connected to the analog inputs of the MANUALplus The PLC evaluates the temperature information and transfers the compensation value to the NC. Load Adaptive Page 57 Oscilloscope The MANUALplus features an integrated oscilloscope. Page 58 Integrated PLC Overview The PLC program is created by the machine manufacturer either at the control or with the PLC development software PLCdesign accessory.
Page 59 Python OEM The Python OEM Process option is an effective tool for the machine tool builder to use an object-oriented high-level process option 46 programming language in the control PLC. Python is an easy-to- learn script language that supports the use of all necessary high- level language elements.
Page 60 Touch probe All touch-probe data can be configured conveniently through a configuration table. Magazine The magazine management provides several functions for various Page Data Transfer And Communication pin ID xx The MANUALplus The TNC features USB ports for the connection of standard USB devices, such as a mouse, drives, etc.
On the back panel of the MC 7xxx there are 4 USB 3. One easily accessible USB 2. Page 62 USB hub If you need further USB ports or if the supply current is not sufficient, a USB hub is required. Page 63 option 18 an external PC application can evaluate data from the control and, if required, influence the manufacturing process.
It contains the COM components and the ActiveX control for integration of the DNC functions in development environments. Page Mounting Information IP54 dust and splash-proof protection in order to fulfill the requirements of contamination level 2. Page Overall Dimensions Overall dimensions Main computer MC T Front panel opening Mounting surface Space for air circulation Page 67 Controller unit CC Page 68 CCCC CC 8 control loops CC 10 control loops Page 69 UECUECUEC Page 70 Screen and keyboard MB T Front panel opening Mounting surface PLB x Page 71 PLC inputs and outputs PL PLB 62xx, PLB 61xx Space for air circulation Page 72 Power supply units PSL PSL Page 74 HRHRHR with control knob Page 75 HRA Handwheel selection switch Page 76 Interface accessories Line-drop compensator for encoders with EnDat interface Connection to KTY USB hub Cover cap accessory Mounting surface Page 77 USB extension cable with hubs Ordering length KTY adapter connector Leave space for connecting cable!
Page 78 Touch probe TT with cuboid probe contact Page Subject Index Subject index Mounting and electrical installation. Page 83 Spindle synchronism