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Quick Links Download this manual. TNC The contouring control for cnc and cycle lathes 84 pages. Page 2 Controls and displays Programming modes Controls and displays Function Keys Programming If you are using a TNC with touch control, you can replace some keystrokes with hand-to-screen contact. Test run Further information: "Operating the Touchscreen", page Entering and editing coordinate Page 5 Fundamentals Page 6: About This Manual 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.
Page 12 Legal information This product uses open source software. Page 18 Machine parameter maxLineGeoSearch no. Page 19 ENH. TURNING, AX. Page 20 New software option Visual Setup Control camera-based monitoring of the setup situationsee "Software options", page 9,see "Camera-based monitoring of the setup situation VSC option ", page Page 21 Page 26 M no longer triggers an error message but only a warning. Page 28 Cycle has been expanded by parameter Q Page 30 The FN18 functions have been expanded, see "FN SYSREAD — Reading system data", page New machine parameter iconPrioList no.
Page 31 "Machine-specific user parameters", page The control now supports up to 24 control loops, including a maximum of four spindles. Page 32 To connect a USB stick you no longer have to press a soft key, see "Connecting and removing USB storage devices", page The speed of setting the jog increment, spindle speed and feed rate was adjusted for electronic handwheels. Page 33 In the machine parameter decimalCharakter no.
Page 35 16 Turning Page Table Of Contents Presetting with a 3-D touch probe Page 38 Configuring the connection — VNC Page 39 Navigating in the table and NC programs Page 40 Renaming a file Page 41 Contents The control in a network Page 42 Opening the error window Page 43 Contents Saving service files Page 44 Tool length compensation Page 45 Path contours — Polar coordinates Page 46 Free straight line programming Page 47 Using the CAD viewer Page 48 Repeating program section repeats Page 49 FN SEND — Send information from NC program Page 50 Measurement results from touch probe cycles Page 51 Retraction from the contour in the tool-axis direction: M Page 52 Recording a teach-in cut Page 53 FN TABREAD — Read from a freely definable table Page 54 Page 55 Selection of tool reference point and center of rotation Page 56 From 3-D model to NC program Page 57 Processing pallet table Page 58 Page 59 Page 60 Recording measured values from the touch probe cycles Page 61 Page 62 Contents 18 Positioning with Manual Data Input Page 63 Returning to the contour Page 64 Check parity parity no.
Page 65 Application Page 66 Software options Page First Steps With The Tnc First Steps with the TNC Page Overview 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 69 The control is now ready for operation in the Manual operation mode. Page Programming The First Part 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 Defining A Workpiece Blank 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 Program Layout 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 74 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Recommended program layout for simple cycle programs Example 0 BEGIN PGM BSBCYC MM 1 BLK FORM 0. Page Programming A Simple Contour 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 76 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Press the approach function soft key APPR CT: Enter the coordinates of the contour starting in X and Y, e.
Enter the approach angle, e. Page 77 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Retracting tool: Press the orange axis key Z and enter the value for the position to be approached, e. Page Creating A Cycle Program 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. Switch on the spindle and coolant, e. M13, and confirm with the END key The control stores the entered positioning block.
Page 80 First Steps with the TNC Programming the first part Example 0 BEGIN PGM C MM 1 BLK FORM 0. Page Graphically Testing The First Part 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 Choosing The Program You Want To Test 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 The Tool Table Tool. Page Running The First Program 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 Introduction 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 Visual Display Unit And Operating Panel Soft-key selection keys for machine tool builders Keys for switching the soft keys for machine tool builders 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 Control Panel Mouse buttons USB connection The functions of the individual keys are described on the inside front cover.
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 Refer to your machine manual. Page 99 The order of icons can be changed with the optional machine parameter iconPrioList no.
The control-in-operation symbol and the DCM icon option 40 are always visible and cannot be configured. Page Positions and coordinates POS tab Soft key Meaning Type of position display, e. Page In the optional machine parameter CfgDisplayCoordSys no. Page Shift mW-CS Rotation WPL-CS Feed rate factor Further information: "Global Program Settings option 44 ", page The values of the Handwheel superimp.
Page Window Manager 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 Portscan Select the Diagnostic menu item Select the Portscan menu item The control opens the HeRos Portscan pop-up window. Page Remote Service With an NC software installation a temporary certificate is automatically installed on the control.
Quick Links Download this manual See also: User Manual. TNC Conversational programming nc software, pages. Page 3: Fundamentals New Cycle Functions Of Software X Fundamentals Page 4: Fundamentals New And Changed Cycle Functions Of Software X Signal word indicating the hazard severity Type and source of hazard Consequences of ignoring the hazard, e. Page 5 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 6 TNC users. ID of User's Manual for conversational programming: xx. Page 7 Fundamentals TNC model, software and features Software options The TNC features various software options that can be enabled by your machine tool builder.
Legal information This product uses open source software. Even if new, optional parameters "Optional parameters" have been added to existing cycles, you can normally continue running your programs as usual. Page 15 Cycle has been expanded by parameters Q, Q, and Q Page Table Of Contents 17 Touch Probe Cycles: Special Functions Page 22 Application Page 23 Cycle run Page 24 Please note while programming Page 25 Cycle parameters Page 26 Contents Please note while programming Page 27 Cycle parameters Page 28 Please note while programming Page 30 Please note while programming Page 32 Contour machining with SL Cycles Page 33 Please note while programming Page 34 Monitoring of the working space Page 35 Page 36 Page 37 Please note while programming Page 38 Roughing cycle run Page 39 Page 40 Finishing cycle run Page 41 Direction of rotation depending on the machining side Q Page 43 Page 44 Cycle run Page 45 Page 46 Cycle run Page 47 Cycle run Page 49 Monitoring phase Page 50 Page 51 Please note while programming Page 52 Contents 21 Tables of Cycles Page 54 TNC assigns the feed rate from the TOOL CALL block when processing the cycle definition.
If you want to delete a block that is part of a cycle, the TNC asks you whether you want to delete the whole cycle. Page 55 Special cycles: dwell time, program call, oriented spindle stop, engraving, tolerance, interpolation turning, determining the load If required, switch to machine-specific fixed cycles. These fixed cycles can be integrated by your machine tool builder. Page 56 Cycles for VSC: camera-based monitoring of the setup situation software option If required, switch to machine-specific touch probe cycles.
These touch probe cycles can be integrated by your machine tool builder. Page Using Fixed Cycles Using Fixed Cycles These cycles are available in a separate cycle-number range Page Calling A Cycle PATTERN DEF pattern definition or in a points table. Page 61 CYCL CALL POS block. You should therefore always define the start position to be set in the cycle as 0.
Page 62 Z positions in the point pattern. With CYCL CALL POS there is no pre-positioning in the tool axis direction. You must program pre-positioning within the called file yourself in that case. Page Program Defaults For Cycles Press the GLOBAL DEF soft key Select the desired GLOBAL DEF function, e. Page Using Global Def Information As a consequence the machining sequence can significantly differ.
Page Global Data For Positioning Behavior Move to clearance height: Select whether the TNC moves the touch probe to the set-up clearance or clearance height between the measuring points The parameters apply to all touch probe cycles numbered 4xx. Then the TNC always retracts the tool between the holes to the 2nd set-up clearance that was defined in the cycle.
Page Defining Individual Machining Positions Reference axis: Reference axis of the active machining plane e. X for tool axis Z. Page Defining A Single Pattern You can enter a positive or negative value. Page Defining Individual Frames You can enter a positive or negative value. Page Defining A Pitch Circle switch via soft key. Page Point Tables The name of the point table must begin with a letter. Page Hiding Single Points From The Machining Process Enter the name of the point table and confirm your entry with the END key.
If the point table is not stored in the same directory as the NC program, you must enter the complete path. Page Calling A Cycle In Connection With Point Tables 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 Fixed Cycles: Drilling Fixed Cycles: Drilling Page Fundamentals BORE MILLING With automatic pre-positioning, 2nd set-up clearance SINGLE-LIP D.
Page Drilling Cycle Enter depth as negative Enter in machine parameter displayDepthErr No. Input range Page 89 8 Procedure is repeated until depth Q is achieved. Page Please Note While Programming Enter depth as negative Enter in machine parameter displayDepthErr No. Page Cycle Parameters Q Input range 0 to Q Minimum plunging depth? Input range 0 to Page 93 T ANGLE column of the tool table TOOL.
Page 97 Q Angle for spindle orientation? If programmed, the tool moves to the 2nd set-up clearance at FMAX. Page Cycle Parameters incremental : Set-up clearance for rapid traverse positioning when the TNC moves the tool again to the current plunging depth after retraction from the hole; value for the last plunging depth.
Page T ANGLE column of the tool table TOOL. Page Position Behavior When Working With Q Thus if the deepened starting point is at -2 the TNC initiates the drilling process at Page 2 is used. Page Thus if the deepened starting point is at -2 the TNC traverses for chip breaking to Page 0. Page Bore Milling Cycle 4 The TNC then positions the tool at the center of the hole again.
Page Input range 0 to Page 3. Page Example: Using Drilling Cycles In Connection With Pattern Def CYCL CALL PAT between the points. This function is in effect until M Page Cycle Parameters Retracting after a program interruption If you interrupt program run during tapping with the machine stop button, the TNC will display a soft key with which you can retract the tool.
Page Cycle Parameters Coordinate in the spindle axis at which no collision between tool and workpiece fixtures can occur. Page Cycle Parameters TNC increases the spindle speed— and therefore also the retraction feed rate—when retracting from the drill hole. Input range 0.
Maximum increase to maximum speed of the active gear range. Page Fundamentals Of Thread Milling If for example you wish to repeat a cycle only with countersinking, it is also possible to enter 0 with the DEPTH OF THREAD. Page The machining direction of the thread changes if you execute a thread milling cycle in connection with Cycle 8 MIRROR IMAGE in only one axis.