After the CNC lathe is powered on, it needs to run the startup self-diagnostic program to check the connected control devices, and report the problem immediately. For example, check whether the backup battery voltage meets the requirements. If it is lower than the requirement, the CNC lathe system will generate an alarm and the Siemens system battery The alarm is alarm I, and prompts the CNC lathe maintenance personnel to replace the battery immediately. If the battery cannot be replaced, the power cannot be cut off before the battery is replaced.
Most lathes do not have a tool setting device, which is a direct tool setting device. The tool setting techniques mentioned below are direct tool settings.
First select the center of the right end face of the part as the tool setting point and set it as the zero point. After the CNC lathe returns to the origin, each tool to be used will take the center of the right end face of the part as the zero point for tool setting. When the tool of the CNC lathe touches the right end face, input Z0 and click Measure, the measured value will be automatically recorded in the tool compensation value of the CNC lathe, which means that the tool setting of the Z axis is correct, and the tool setting of the X axis is for test cutting and tool setting , Use the tool to rotate the part. Use fewer outer circles to measure the value of the outer circle (for example, X is 20 mm), enter X20, click Measure, the tool compensation value will automatically record the measured value, and then the X axis is also correct; the tool setting method, even if the CNC lathe Power off will not change the tool setting value after power on. After restarting, it can be applied to the mass production of the same part for a long time. During this period, the lathe does not need to repeatedly shut down new tools.