CNC Programming Using Fanuc Custom Macro B

ISBN-10: 0071713328

ISBN-13: 9780071713320

Edition: 2010

Authors: S. K. Sinha
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List price: $70.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 6/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

S. K. Sinha earned his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in 1993. He has 18 years of teaching experience in CNC programming and has been working in the CNC area for the past 10 years.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part Programming Techniques
Conventional Part Programming
Conversational Part Programming
Part Programming Using CAM Software
Macro Programming
Comparison of the Four Methods
Certain Applications of Macro Programming
Complex Motions
Families of Parts
Custom Canned Cycles
"Intelligent" Programs
Probing
Machine Status Information/Manipulation
Communication with External Devices
Does My Machine Have Macro Capability?
Aim of the Present Text
How to Use This Text
Variables and Expressions
Macro Variables
Macro Expressions
Assigning a Value to a Variable
Display of Variables
Real versus Integer Values
Undefined Variables
Null Variables in Word Addresses
Null Variables in Arithmetic Operations
Null Variables in Conditional Expressions
A Simple Use of Macro Programming Features
Retaining Programs in MDI Mode
Types of Variables
Local and Global Variables
Effect of System Reset on Macro Variables
Levels of Local Variables
Range of Values Stored in Variables
System Variables
System Variables versus System Parameters
System Variables on Fanuc 0i Series Controls
Displaying System Variables
Interface Signals
System Variables for Input Interface Signals
System Variables for Output Interface Signals
Geometry and Wear Offset Values
Workpiece Coordinate System Shift Amount
Macro Alarms
Time Information
Automatic Operation Control
Execution Pause
Mirror Image Information
Number of Machined Parts
Modal Information
Current Tool Position
Work Offset Values
Macro Functions
Types of Macro Functions
Priority of Operations in Arithmetic Expressions
Priority of Operations in Boolean Expressions
Effect of Order of Calculations
Nesting of Brackets
Arithmetic Operations
Division versus Block-Skip Function
Trigonometric Functions
Rounding Functions
ROUND, FIX, and FUP
Miscellaneous Functions
SQRT
ABS
LN
EXP
Arbitrary Exponent of a Number
Logical Functions
Bitwise Functions
Boolean Functions
Bitwise versus Boolean Operations
Enabling Boolean Operations
An Application Example of Bitwise Operation
Conversion Functions
Branches and Loops
Unconditional Branching
Conditional Branching
Conditional Execution of a Single Macro Statement
Execution in a Loop
Arithmetic Operations on Macro Variable Numbers
Methods of Zero Shift
Machine Coordinate System
External Workpiece Coordinate System
G54-G59, G54.1 P1-P48 Workpiece Coordinate Systems
Zero Shift by Manipulating Offset Distances
Zero Shift through System Variables
Work Offset Display on a Milling Machine
System Variables for Various Work Offset Values
Zero Shift through a Program
Nested WHILE Statement
Review of Subprograms
Introduction
What Is a Subprogram?
Why Is It Used?
Subprograms versus Subroutines of a Conventional Computer Language
Subprogram Call
Multiple Call of a Subprogram
Subprogram Nesting
Macro Call
Introduction
Macro versus Subprogram
Macro Call
Simple Call (G65)
Modal Call (G66)
Call with User-Defined G-Code
Call with User-Defined M-Code
Subprogram Call without Using M98/M198
Subprogram Call Using an M-Code
Subprogram Call Using a T-Code
Argument Specification
Argument Specification I
Argument Specification II
Mixed Argument Specification
An Example of a G-Code Macro Call with Arguments
Processing of Macro Statements
What Is Buffering?
How Many Blocks Are Buffered?
When Are the Buffered Blocks Processed?
Processing When the Next Block is Not Buffered
Processing in Radius Compensation Cancel (G40) Mode
Processing in Radius Compensation Mode (Case 1)
Processing in Radius Compensation Mode (Case 2)
Effect of Buffering of Macro Statements on Program Execution
Complex Motion Generation
Introduction
Arc with Uniformly Varying Radius
Helical Interpolation with Variable Radius
Parabolic Turning
Roughing Operation
Step-Removal Operation
Turning a Sine Curve
Parametric Programming
Introduction
Locator Pin
Bolt Holes on a Flange
Custom Canned Cycles
Introduction
Deep-Hole Peck Drilling on a Lathe
Drilling with Reducing Peck Lengths on a Milling Machine
Probing
Introduction
Skip Function on a CNC Machine
Probing a Pocket
Finding Center of a Hole
Finding Angle of an Edge
Adjusting Wear Offset
Communication with External Devices
Introduction
Switching Principle
Input Types and Wiring
Connector Pin Assignment
Discrete Sensors for Sourcing/Sinking PLC Inputs
Output Types and Wiring
Programmable Data Input
Introduction
Data Input for WCS Offset Distances
Data Input for Additional WCS Offset Distances
Data Input for Compensation Values on a Milling Machine
Data Input for Compensation Values on a Lathe
Data Input for Parameter Values
A Limitation of G10 L50 Method
Appendix A List of Complex Macros
Appendix B List of Parameters
Index
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