Webinar: Conversational Programming: Part 4 - Advanced Turning and Milling Cycles, Contouring, Thread Milling and FAQs

Article From: Modern Machine Shop

Posted on: 6/12/2013

Without particular knowledge of G-code programming, it is possible to generate part programs with user-friendly software for shop floor programming just by answering simple questions. A free webinar sponsored by FANUC FA America on Thursday, June 20 at 2:00 PM EDT explains how.

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Without particular knowledge of G-code programming, it is possible to generate part programs with user-friendly software for shop floor programming just by answering simple questions. A free webinar sponsored by FANUC FA America on Thursday, June 20 at 2:00 PM EDT explains how.

FANUC’s Manual Guide i conversational programming is fast and efficient programming for milling, turning and mill-turn centers equipped with FANUC CNCs. The innovative programming enables development from a drawing to a production part in a very short time – producing highly efficient results even for complex parts.

Parts 1 through 3 of this 4 Part webinar series on Manual Guide i reviewed the functionality and set-up as well as creating a basic turning & milling program. To view these webinars, please visit: mmsonline.com/webinars. Part 4 of this webinar series will focus on advanced turning & milling cycles, contouring, thread milling and FAQs on Manual Guide i. We’ll show you everything from selecting fixed forms, tool selection, cutting speeds and feed rates for various materials. In addition, we’ll walk you through the necessary soft key operations along with a detailed list of steps that make this webinar an ideal quick reference guide for advanced turning & milling cycles, contouring and thread milling with FANUC’s Manual Guide i.

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