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Quick Links Download this manual. TNC Conversational programming cnc control; nc software ; ; pages. Page 5 Fundamentals Page 6 Signal word indicating the hazard severity Type and source of hazard Consequences of ignoring the hazard, e.
Page 7 Would you like 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 8 All of the cycle functions touch probe cycles and fixed cycles are described in the Cycle Programming User's Manual. Page 9 Fundamentals Control model, software and features Software options The TNC features various software options that can be enabled by your machine tool builder.
Each option is to be enabled separately and contains the following respective functions: Additional Axis option 0 and option 1 Page 10 Legal information This product uses open source software. Page 16 Machine parameter maxLineGeoSearch no. Page 21 The input range in columns SPA, SPB and SPC in the preset management was expanded to Page 24 Cycle has been expanded by parameter Q Page 26 New optional machine parameter CfgDisplayCoordSys no.
Page 27 ENT key, a pop-up window opens. When configuration subfiles are modified, the control no longer aborts the test run, but only displays a warning. Page 29 12 Multiple-Axis Machining Page 31 Presetting with a 3-D touch probe Page 32 Configuring the connection — VNC Page 33 Renaming a file Page 34 Contents The control in a network Page 35 Error messages Page 36 Informational texts Page 37 Tool length compensation Page 38 Datum for polar coordinates: pole I, J Page 39 Initiating the FK dialog Page 40 Using the CAD viewer Page 41 Repeating program section repeats Page 42 D38 — Send information from NC program Page 43 Measurement results from touch probe cycles Page 44 Retraction from the contour in the tool-axis direction: M Page 45 Page 46 Page 48 Writing measured values from the touch-probe cycles to the preset table Page 49 Position display in a tilted system Page 50 Contents 14 Positioning with Manual Data Input Page 51 Returning to the contour Page 52 Check parity parity no.
Page 53 Application Page 54 Accessories Page 55 First Steps with the TNC Page 56 Read and follow the safety precautions and safety symbols Use the safety devices Refer to your machine manual. Switching on the machine and traversing the reference points can vary depending on the machine tool.
Page 57 The control is now ready for operation in the Manual operation mode. Page 58 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Programming the first part Selecting the correct operating mode You can write programs only in Programming mode: Press the operating mode key The control switches to the Programming mode of operation. The file management of the control is arranged much like the file management on a PC with Windows Explorer. Page 60 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Defining a workpiece blank After you have created a new program you can define a workpiece blank.
For example, define a cuboid by entering the MIN and MAX points, each with reference to the selected preset. Page 61 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Program layout NC programs should be arranged consistently in a similar manner. This makes it easier to find your place, accelerates programming and reduces errors.
Recommended program layout for simple, conventional Page 63 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Programming a simple contour The contour shown to the right is to be milled once to a depth of 5 mm. You have already defined the workpiece blank. After you have initiated a dialog through a function key, enter all the data requested by the control in the screen header. Page 64 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Move tool to working depth: Press the orange axis key Z and enter the value for the position to be approached, e.
Press the ENT key Activate no radius compensation: Press the G Page 65 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Press the L key to open an NC block for a linear movement Press the G00 soft key if you want to enter a rapid traverse motion Retract tool: Press the orange axis key Z to retract in the tool axis, and enter the value for the position to be approached, e.
Page 66 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Creating a cycle program The holes depth of 20 mm shown in the figure at right are to be drilled with a standard drilling cycle. Page 68 First Steps with the TNC Graphically testing the first part Graphically testing the first part Selecting the correct operating mode You can test programs in the Test Run operating mode: Press the operating mode key The control switches to the Test Run mode of operation.
Page 69 First Steps with the TNC Graphically testing the first part Choosing the program you want to test Press the PGM MGT key The control opens the file manager. Press the LAST FILES soft key The control opens a pop-up window with the most recently selected files. Page 76 First Steps with the TNC Running the first program Running the first program Selecting the correct operating mode You can run programs either in the Program run, single block or the Program run, full sequence mode: Press the operating mode key Page 77 Introduction If the NC blocks contain invalid elements, the control will mark these as ERROR blocks or with error messages when the file is opened.
Page 80 Control panel The TNC is delivered with an integrated operating panel. As an alternative, the TNC is also available with a separate display unit and an operating panel with an alphabetic keyboard. Alphabetic keyboard for entering texts and file names, as well Page 82 This simulation is supported graphically in different display modes.
Page 83 CYCL CALL PAT the controls stops after each point. Page 85 Pulsing spindle speed function is active The order of icons can be changed with the optional machine parameter iconPrioList no. The control-in-operation symbol is always visible and cannot be configured. Page 88 Tool measurement TT tab The control displays this tab only if the function is active on your machine.
Page 90 In this case, switch to the window manager and correct the problem. If required, refer to your machine manual. The following functions are available Page 93 Select the Diagnostic menu item Select the Portscan menu item The control opens the HeRos Portscan pop-up window. Page 94 With an NC software installation a temporary certificate is automatically installed on the control.
An installation, also in the form of an update, may only be carried out by a service technician from the machine tool builder. Page 96 FN functions, e. Standard printer Select to define the standard printer in case several printers are available. Is defined automatically when creating the first printer. Page 97 Using the FN F-PRINT function Further information: "Printing messages", page List of printable files: Text files Graphic files PDF files The connected printer must be PostScript-enabled.
Page This dialog makes it possible to refuse that the focus be given to the requesting client. If this does not occur, the focus changes to the requesting client after the set time limit. Page Select the next step with the FORWARD soft key The control generates the backup file.
Confirm with the OK soft key The control concludes the backup process and restarts the NC software. Page Stop the control if required with the STOP NC SOFTWARE soft Extract the archive The control restores the files. Confirm with the OK soft key The control restarts the NC software. Page HEROS 5 and the IPC No guarantee is given for other combinations and connections. If you are using a TNC with touch control, you can replace some keystrokes with hand-to-screen contact.
Further information: "Operating the Touchscreen", page Page Select the desired operating system Win XP Win 7 Win 8. X Win 10 Another Windows Press OK The control opens the Edit the connection pop-up window. Page This prevents that two users access the control simultaneously. Page Host name or IP address of the external computer.
In the recom- Required mended configuration of the IPCthe IP address Page The control switches to the desktop of the connection.
Quick Links Download this manual See also: User Manual. Table of Contents. User's Manual. Chapters Table of Contents 13 3. Conversational programming nc software, pages. Nc software sp8 sp8 sp8 sp8 pages. Page 3: About This Manual Would you like 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 4 TNC users. User's Manual: All TNC functions that have no connection with cycles are described in the User's Manual of the TNC Page 5 Software options The TNC features various software options that can be enabled by your machine tool builder. Each option is to be enabled separately and contains the following respective functions: Hardware options Additional axis for 4 axes and open-loop spindle Page 6: Contents You can purchase a code number in order to permanently enable the FCL functions.
Intended place of operation The TNC complies with the limits for a Class A device in accordance with the specifications in ENand is intended for use primarily in industrially-zoned areas. Page 7 Datum tables can now also be selected in the machine operating modes Program Run, Full Sequence and Program Run, Single Block STATUS M.
Page 9 The tolerance values set in Cycle 32 are displayed. Tool changes are now also possible during mid-program startup. Language-sensitive texts can now be output with FN16 F-Print. The soft-key structure of the SPEC FCT function was changed and adapted to the iTNC The CYCL CALL POS function was introduced see "Calling a cycle with CYCL CALL POS" Page 11 Manual for Conversational Programming. Page Using Fixed Cycles 2 Using Fixed Cycles. Page Fixed Cycles: Drilling Please note while programming Page Fixed Cycles: Pattern Definitions 6 Fixed Cycles: Pattern Definitions.
Page Fixed Cycles: Contour Pocket Please note while programming Page Fixed Cycles: Cylindrical Surface 8 Fixed Cycles: Cylindrical Surface. Page Fixed Cycles: Contour Pocket With Overlapping contours. Page Fixed Cycles: Multipass Milling 10 Fixed Cycles: Multipass Milling. Page Cycles: Coordinate Transformations Cycle parameters.
Page 26 Page Cycles: Special Functions Cycle parameters. Page Using Touch Probe Cycles 13 Using Touch Probe Cycles. Handwheel modes. Page 29 Cycle run. Page 30 15 Touch Probe Cycles: Automatic Datum Setting. Page 31 Cycle run. Page 32 16 Touch Probe Cycles: Automatic Workpiece Inspection. Page 33 Please note while programming Page Touch Probe Cycles: Special Functions 17 Touch Probe Cycles: Special Functions. Page Touch Probe Cycles: Automatic Tool Measurement Please note while programming Page 38 1.
Coordinate transformations and several special functions are also available as cycles. Most cycles use Q parameters as transfer parameters. Parameters with specific functions that are required in several cycles always have the same number: For example, Q is always assigned the set-up clearance, Q the plunging depth, etc. Page 39 Special cycles such as dwell time, program call, oriented spindle stop and tolerance Page If required, switch to machine-specific fixed cycles.
These fixed cycles can be integrated by your machine tool builder. Page 40 Overview of touch probe cycles The soft-key row shows the available groups of cycles Cycle group Soft key Page Cycles for automatic measurement and compensation of workpiece misalignment Page Cycles for automatic workpiece presetting Page Cycles for automatic workpiece inspection Page Special cycles Page Page 41 Using Fixed Cycles Page 42 2.
These cycles are available in a separate cycle-number range: Cycles to Machine-specific cycles that are to be defined through the Page 45 M To cancel the effect of M89, program: M99 in the positioning block in which you move to the last starting point, or Use CYCL DEF to define a new fixed cycle.
Page 46 2. As with the cycle definitions, support graphics that illustrate the respective input parameter are also available for pattern definitions. PATTERN DEF is to be used only in connection with the tool axis Z. Page 47 SEL PATTERN function. You can use the mid-program startup function to select any point at which you want to start or continue machining see User's Manual, Test Run and Program Run sections.
Page 48 Defining individual machining positions You can enter up to 9 machining positions. Confirm each entry with the ENT key. If you have defined a workpiece surface in Z not equal to 0, then this value is effective in addition to the workpiece surface Q that you defined in the machining cycle. Page 49 Reference axis: Major axis of the active machining plane e. X for tool axis Z. You can enter a positive or negative value. Page 50 Defining a single pattern If you have defined a workpiece surface in Z not equal to 0, then this value is effective in addition to the workpiece surface Q that you defined in the machining cycle.
The Rotary pos. Page 51 You can enter a positive or negative value. Page 52 Defining a full circle If you have defined a workpiece surface in Z not equal to 0, then this value is effective in addition to the workpiece surface Q that you defined in the machining cycle.
Page 53 As an alternative you can enter the end angle switch via soft key. Page 54 2. If you are using drilling cycles, the coordinates of the working plane in the point table represent the hole centers. Page 55 In the FADE column of the point table you can specify if the defined point is to be hidden during the machining process.
In the table, select the point to be hidden. Select the FADE column. Activate hiding, or Deactivate hiding. Page 56 Selecting a point table in the program In the Programming and Editing mode of operation, select the program for which you want to activate the point table: Press the PGM CALL key to call the function for selecting the point table.
Press the POINT TABLE soft key. Page 57 The TNC interprets the points of the working plane as coordinates of the cycle starting point. If you want to use the coordinate defined in the point table for the spindle axis as the starting point coordinate, you must define the workpiece surface coordinate Q as 0.
Page 58 Using Fixed Cycles Page 59 Fixed Cycles: Drilling Page 60 3. Page Centering Keep in mind that the TNC reverses the calculation for pre- positioning when a positive diameter or depth is entered. This means that the tool moves at rapid traverse in the tool axis to set-up clearance below the workpiece surface! Page 62 Cycle parameters Set-up clearance Q incremental : Distance between tool tip and workpiece surface. Enter a positive value. Input range 0 to If the TNC is to center based on the entered diameter, the point angle of the tool must be defined in the T-ANGLE column of the tool table TOOL.
Page Drilling Keep in mind that the TNC reverses the calculation for pre- positioning when a positive depth is entered. Page 2Nd Set-Up Clearance Cycle parameters Set-up clearance Q incremental : Distance between tool tip and workpiece surface. Input range Page Reaming Keep in mind that the TNC reverses the calculation for pre- positioning when a positive depth is entered.
Page Boring 6 The TNC moves the tool at the retraction feed rate to the set-up clearance and then, if entered, to the 2nd set-up clearance at FMAX. Page 68 Please note while programming: Machine and TNC must be specially prepared by the machine tool builder for use of this cycle. This cycle is effective only for machines with servo- controlled spindle. Program a positioning block for the starting point hole center in the working plane with radius compensation R0.
Page 2Nd Set-Up Clearance Workpiece surface coordinate Q absolute : Coordinate of the workpiece surface. Do not retract tool. Retract tool in the negative ref.