Technological Cycles (Standard Cycles) for drilling, milling and turning

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Dec. 8,
2005

Customer Information

Technological Cycles SW 06.05.13.00



Patch SW 06.05.17.00



Siemens AG 2005.

A&D MC MT S1/Otto


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Siemens AG

Automation & Drives

Motion Control Systems / Machine Tools


SINUMERIK 810D / 840Di / 840D




Technological Cycles (Standard Cycles)


for drilling, milling and turning



Patch
software
06.05.17.00










for
software

version 06.05.13.00


Co
ntact
:

Mr.

Otto, A&D MC MT S1




Tel./PC
-
Fax:

(09131) 98
-
3197 / 986
-
3197




E
-
Mail:
mailto:johannes.otto@siemens.com





Functions and customer benefits


Milling cycles


1.

Cycle
CYCLE800: Swivel



When
milling, the swivel CYCLE800 is used to swivel to


any surface to either machine or measure this.


Using the cycle, when the appropriate NC functions are called,


the active workpiece zeros and tool offsets are converted to


the inclined surface, taking

into account the kinematic chain


of the machine, and t
he rotary axes are (optionally)

positioned.





Improved functionality:




1.
Tools with basic tool orientation are supported



From software version

06.05.17.00 o
nwards, CYCLE800 also supports


angl
ed tools that are set
up and managed in the HMI or


the NCU with tool type 130.


Basic tool orientation must be enabled with



MD 18114 MM_ENABLE_TOOL_ORIENT=2.


This means that a direction vector can be transferred to


the tool in parameter $TC_DPV3[aa
,bb]


to $TC_DPV5[aa,bb].




Tool holder

reference poin
t

Tool carrier

reference poin
t

Length 1

geometry

Basis dimension

length 2

Basis dimension

length 1




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2.

Adjusting

swivel
ling

in JOG to ShopMill SW 6.4



With cycle rele
ase SW 06.05.17.00, the "swivel
"

function

in the JOG mode


in HMI
-
Advanced is
adjusted

to the
"swivel" function


in the manual operating mode of ShopMill SW
6.4























Changing the
Swivel
input screen form in JOG in the standard HMI:


Possibility of selecting the "Swivel plane: new
-
> zero plane new" has been eliminated


Possibility of selecting the "Swivel plane: add
-
> zero plane new" has bee
n eliminated


New: Possibility of selecting the "Swivel plane: new "


New: Possibility of selecting the "Swivel plane: add " (additive)



VS3 "Home position"


The swivel input screen form is initialized (swivel plane

"new", swivel mode "axis
-
by
-
axi
s",

rot
ation XYZ = 0). When an NC start is issued, the home position of the machine kinematics is

approached. The swivel plane is therefore cleared. If rotation
is

displayed

in the active
ZO

(zero

plane) then
this

is

taken into account when approaching the home

position (home position,

setting
-
up device). If the home position of the machine kinematics is to be approached without

rotation at the zero plane, then beforehand, VS5 "clear zero plane" should be pressed.



VS4 "set zero plane"


This is activated

afte
r acknowledging the field "save activ
e swivel plane as zero plane in
Gxx?"

with OK (Gxx e.g. G54). The rotary movements of the active swivel plane are written to the

rotations of the active ZO (e.g. G54). This means that the active ZO is set to the zero
plane.



VS5 "clear zero plane"


This is activated
after acknowledging the field "clear zero plane Gxx ?" with OK (Gxx e.g. G54).


Rotary motion is written from the active zero plane to the swivel plane, i.e. the


rotary motion of the active zero plane i
s cleared


the
swivel
plane
is kept.


If the swivel plane is also to be cleared, then VS3 "home position" should also be pressed.



VS7 "Abort" has been eliminated


VS8 "OK"
was replaced by "<<"

(exit input screen form).
When NC Start is issued, then the


linear
axis(axes) or the swivel axis(axes) are moved away.


Vertical

softkeys:


VS3


VS4


VS5




VS7

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2005

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2. Cycle
CYCLE90: Thread milling/cutting


Inner or outer threads can be machined using this

cycle. The path moved along is based on helical

interpolation. All three geometrical axes of the a
ctual

plane, that you previously defined before the cycle

was calle
d, are involved in this motion.

Either G2

or G3 can be the directions of travel.


Improved functionality
:


The effect

of the feed when milling/cutting threads can be selected.


The feed w
hen milling/cutting threads can now also be influenced by

the following
:


_ZSD[10]

= 0 :

The feed is converted, referred to the center point of the milling path.



= 1 :

When milling/cutting threads, the feed programmed in the FFR is



eff
ective.




Cycles that have been modified


The following cycles were modified with patch 06.05.17.00:

CYCLE60, CYCLE72, CYCLE76, CYCLE77, CYCLE84, CYCLE87, CYCLE90, CYCLE93, CYCLE95,
CYCLE97, CYCLE98, CYCLE800, CYCLE832, CYCLE840, LONGHOLE, POCKET3, POCKET
4,
PROG_EVENT, SLOT1, SLOT2, ST_CUST, TOOLCARR

Cycle support files *.COM



Compatibility


CCU/NCU

software
:

SINUMERIK 810D/DE CCU:

from SW
06.04.15




SINUMERIK 840D/DE NCU:

from SW
06.04.15




NCK:

from
51.05.00




SINUMERIK 840Di/DiE:

from SW 02.02.04.02




only for the swivel cycle (CYCLE800) with fine offsets of the
offset vectors:





SINUMERIK 840D/DE NCU:

from SW
07.02.07





NCK:

from
59.01.00

HMI

software
:

HMI
-
Advanced:

from SW 06.04.18.00 + Patch 06.04.19.00




HMI
-
Embedded:

from SW 06.05.51.00






(no swivel in JOG)

ShopMill:

This
software

release can be used with ShopMill
SW 06.04.02.00 or later.

ShopTurn:

This
software
release can be used with ShopTurn
SW 06.04.10.00 or later.


Supply


You can obtain the Patch
SW

06.05.17.00 for
software

re
lease 06.05.13.00 of the technological cycles,
described above, at no charge from your local Siemens office (download from eSupport).

We would like to take this opportunity and wish you success with these cycles!







We can also generate new software releases and patches according to your customers requests!

No matter which cycle you choose for the particular machining task, with technological cycles from
Siemens, you are always machini
ng along the optimum path!