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Sinumerik Operate

SINUMERIK Operate has a uniform operating and programming interface with powerful functions for
turning and milling. The functions and operating instructions described in this chapter therefore apply
irrespective of whether you work on a turning or a milling machine or at a machining center.

1. Uniform user interface for turning and milling


SINUMERIK Operate has a uniform operating and programming interface with powerful functions for
turning and milling. The functions and operating instructions described in this chapter therefore apply
irrespective of whether you work on a turning or a milling machine or at a machining center.
HMI-Advanced, ShopMill and ShopTurn combined under a single interface
Intuitive and clear operation and programming, including animated elements
Representation in the modern Windows style
Powerful functions
Setup, programming, tool and program management for complete machining
Multi-channel capability with ShopTurn for multi-channel machines, among other things,
synchronization of programs with programSYNC and much more
CNC programming for the highest level of productivity using programGUIDE
Machining step programming for the shortest programming time with ShopMill and ShopTurn

2. user interface for Milling


Tool
Positio
n

Feedrat
e

Zero
point

Spindle

Softkeys for Milling

3. Program Manager

With the Program Manager, you can create new programs at any time. You can similarly open existing
programs to execute, modify, copy or rename them. Programs no longer required can be deleted.
Active programs are marked with a green symbol. USB flash drives can be used for data exchange.
For example, programs which were created on an external device can be copied and executed on the
NC.

Picture 1: Creating a new workpiece.

4. Program header
Enter the workpiece data and general program specifications in the program header.

1 Work Offset:
G54
2 Blank: BLOCK
3 1st and 2nd corner
(abs absolut, inc
increment)
4 Initial
dimension

5 Final
dimension
6 Accept or
Cancel

Optimized retraction
The tool traverses over the
workpiece at the
safety clearance in
accordance with the
specified contour.

To retraction plane
The tool traverses back to
the retraction plane
and performs infeed to the
new position.

5. Face Milling
The workpiece surface is milled in order to obtain a level, clean surface. This is done with face
milling.

1 Select
tool

2 Feedrate
3 Cutting speed or spindle
speed
4 Machining - Rough
5 Machining direction
7 Max. infeed depth
8 Fin. Allowance depth

6 Max. Plane infeed as


percentage of tool diameter

9 Machining - finishing
10
Simulation

11 Finish

6. Positioning

1 open softkey
Straight
2 Straight
1

3 X, Y, Z
4
Feedrate
5 Rapid

7. Make a groove

6 Compensation

1 open softkey
Straight
2 Straight

3
Feedrate

8. Machining walls of the pocket


1 open softkey
Straight
2 Straight

1 Select
tool

2 Cutting speed or spindle


speed

3
Positioning

4
Positioning

5
Machining

4
Positioning

6
Machining

9. Create contour
With the contour calculator integrated into ShopMill for entering complex contours, you can enter even
the most complicated contours easily.

1 start point of contour

10. Contour milling


Rough

1 Select
tool
1

2 Feedrate
3 Cutting speed or spindle
speed
4 Machining - Rough
5 starting point

8 Fin. Allowance depth

6 Max. Plane infeed as


percentage of tool diameter

7 Max. infeed depth


Finishing Base

11.

Drilling centering

1 Select
tool
2 Feedrate
3 revolution per mminute
4 Centering in relation to
diameter
5 Diameter of centering

6 Dwell time in
seconds

Holes positions pattern

1 Circular
pattern
2 starting point
3 center point of circle
4 radius of circle
5 holes number

Use the "Positioning" field to define how to approach the drill holes within the drill pattern. If the drill
holes lie in a circumferential groove, for example, do not use
"Positioning Straight line"; otherwise, a contour violation would result.
Along a straight line,along a circle.
Grid positions pattern

1 Grid pattern
2 starting point
3 clearance between
columns
4 Clearance betwen
lines
5 number of columns
6 number of lines

12.

Drilling 8,5mm

1 Select
tool
2 Feedrate
3 Cutting speed or spindle
spee
4 Drilling depth relation to
shaft
5 Drilling depth relation to
Z0
6 Dwell time in
seconds

13.

Tapping M10

1 Select
tool
2 Thread
table
3 Thread pitch in mm/rev
4 Drilling depth relation to
shaft
5 Spindle speed for retract

Position repeat

8 Thread
lenght

7 no. of cuts

6
compensatiokn
chuck

The drilling positions are numbered consecutively during creation. The appropriate number is to be
found directly after the block number of the corresponding position pattern. Specify position grid for
position 3.

1 number of
position to be repeat

14.

Drilling 10mm

1 Select
tool
2 Feedrate
3 Cutting speed or spindle
spee
4 Drilling depth relation to
shaft
5 Drilling depth relation to
Z0
6 Dwell time in
seconds

Position repeat

1 number of
position to be repeat

15.

Simulation

1 Stop

2 Top view
3 3D view
4 Cutting speed or spindle
spee
5 Details; cut
view