ESSENTIAL OF MACHINING & CNC PROGRAMMING

Two Days Work Shop Presented By CTRI ( CT Research Institute )

Research and Training wing of Western Thomson Group.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

Machining is one of the predominant manufacturing processes to produce high precision parts to the desired shape, dimensions and surface conditions. Knowledge of machining process is essential in precision engineering domain. Computer Numerically Controlled machine tools are very much used by the industry to produce high precision machined parts. Knowledge of CNC part programming is very important to use CNC machines.

In this work shop, basic concepts of machining process and detailed manual part programming methods will be discussed along with necessary examples and case studies

BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

Machining
  • Over view of Machining
  • Types of machining processes
  • Critical aspects of machining
  • Work and Tool holding
  • Overview of cutting tools
  • Cutting parameters and selection
  • Trouble shooting machining problems
CNC Programming
  • Basics of CNC programming
  • Preparatory and Misc functions
  • Structure of CNC program
  • Coordinate systems
  • Work & Tool offset
  • Cutter / Nose radius compensation
  • CNC Lathe programming examples
  • CNC machining centre programming examples
  • Functions to simplify programs – canned cycles

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

  • Lecture & Presentations
  • Programming exercises
  • Case studies
  • Work practice with real time production parts