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What are the operating procedures for CNC machining?

Oct 13,21

What are the operating procedures for CNC machining?

CNC machining, also known as CNC machining, refers to the machining with CNC machining tools. Because CNC machining is controlled by computer after programming, CNC machining has the advantages of stable machining quality, high machining precision, high repetition precision, machining complex surfaces and high machining efficiency. What are the processes of CNC?

Operating procedures for CNC machining:
1. Clean the dust and dirt on the machine tool guide rail and spindle, and add lubricating oil on the machine guide rail and frame (the quantity shall be appropriate and evenly distributed);
2. Turn on the power and turn on the computer;
3. Manually control the maximum stroke movement of the machine tool in XYZ three axes, check whether the machine is abnormal, and lubricate the guide rail;
4. According to the actual programming and processing, it is necessary to use plastic tape around the sealing ring - gasket and put it on the material to be processed to check whether the vacuum can be absorbed.
5. Check whether the computer processed product drawings are consistent with the actual processing drawings (drawings issued by the team), modify the graphics, program, and use the positioning hole to check whether the graphics are consistent with the actual processing position (modify the offset graphics and test to meet the processing requirements).
6. According to the drawing processing requirements, program and output to measure the processed material (the intermediate value of the positioning machine size), processing, production, processing and product inspection (modify the offset graphic inspection until it meets the processing requirements).
7. Copy the program and process the product.
8. After finishing the product processing, complete the production task of the day, and clean the dust and dirt on the surface of machine tool (table, rail, spindle, etc.) and computer host, display, mouse and keyboard.
9. Turn off the power supply (computer, machine, vacuum cleaner, vacuum pump, main gate, etc.).
The above operating procedures for CNC machining are shared here. In general, because CNC machining is a precision machine tool equipment, there must be correct operating procedures to ensure the machining accuracy of products, prolong the service life of the machine and the personal safety of the operator.