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Elijah Evans
Elijah Evans

Heidenhain iTNC 530 Crack 13: A Guide to the Pros and Cons

With the HEIDENHAIN detector it is simple for the machine to detect the fixture that holds the workpiece. The system automatically selects the correct program from a limited number of models, detects the exact position of the fixture and automatically starts the programming process. Thereby the issues arising with multiple workpieces in one fixture can be avoided. It is a big help for maintenance and service personnel when they work on these tools.

heidenhain itnc 530 crack 13

The glasses frames are milled from the workpiece blanks using 5-axis machining. Since very short tools are used for the cutting of the fine structures, dangerously close encounters can occur in the machines work envelope. Therefore, Rolf Spectacles makes sure to use the all-encompassing dynamic collision monitoring (DCM option) of the iTNC for certain positioning movements.

There are 2 main axes in the HEIDENHAIN iNC 530 system for 5-axis machining. One of the most often used is axis X and we will speak about it in this article. The other, axis Y, is less often used. But both are essentially similar in their function and we have a short description for them in the process of being described. The main difference is that axis X is a traditional FSM / FE encoder axis and it allows for the program to easily use the index from the machine.

The HEIDENHAIN virtual fixture is a very elegant way to program 5-axis axes. Here, one simply selects the drill and/or milling program via the front panel. Once that is done, the desired shape will be automatically programmed as a virtual fixture. Then using a single operator command, the tool can be automatically transported to the next position.


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