Tool offsets

The commands #FACE and #CYL result in the implicit selection of kinematics. For this reason, neither a kinematic ID requires a #KIN ID [..] nor transformation activation with #TRAFO ON.

Tool offsets for face machining

Face machining supports 2 machine types (lathe/milling machine). The corresponding tool offsets must be entered in the channel parameters in the assigned offset data of the kinematic IDs 13 and 14. Alternatively, this can also be executed in the tool data.

Tool offsets for face machining
Tool offsets for face machining

Example

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Examples of entries in channel parameters:

# FACE[], Face machining on a lathe (KIN-ID 13):

kinematik[13].param[0]         1080000   Z- offset [0.1µm]

kinematik[13].param[1]          0        C angular offset [10-4°]

kinematik[13].param[2]          900000   X offset [0.1µm]

#FACE[], Face machining typ.  milling machine (KIN-ID 14):

kinematik[14].param[0]         1080000  Z offset [0.1µm]

kinematik[14].param[1]         0        C angular offset [10-4°]

kinematik[14].param[2]         900000   X offset [0.1µm]

Tool offsets for lateral surface machining

Lateral surface machining implicitly executes the selection of the kinematic with ID 15.

Tool offsets for lateral surface machining
Tool offsets for lateral surface machining

#CYCL[], Lateral surface machining typ.  lathe (KIN-ID 15):

kinematik[15].param[0]        700000   X offset [0.1µm]

kinematik[15].param[1]        0        C angular offset [10-4°]

kinematik[15].param[2]        1200000  Z offset [0.1µm]