Design of technological processes – CNC technologist
- Designing technological processes of selected elements of machine parts using numerically controlled lathes and milling machines
- Learning about machining datum surface and their selection methods
- Selection of tools and mounting methods of the machined elements
- Practical skills of preparing operation sheets and machining manuals
- Correct selection of measuring instruments for technical inspection
- 38-hour professional practical course conducted on real industrial machines with FANUC, SINUMERIK, HAIDENHAIN and OKUMA control systems
- Course materials (coursebook: Design of technological processes – CNC technologist
- Access to professional literature, magazines and catalogues
- Electronic materials
- Teaching aids (notebook, pen)
- Company advertising gadgets (mug, lanyard, bottle opener)
- Daily coffee bar (including several types of cookies and fresh fruit)
- Full two-course lunch with beverage
- Certificate of completion in 5 languages (Polish, English, German, Dutch and Norwegian)
day 2 h. 9.00 - 17.00
day 3 h. 9.00 - 17.00
day 4 h. 9.00 - 17.00
day 5 h. 9.00 - 15.00
fax: +48 32 720 20 52
Each participant receives 6 certificates of completion prepared in different languages
TUV NORD Certificates
Taking the examination prepared by EMT-Systems and the organization TUV Nord Poland, students have a chance to receive an additional certificate of competence as part of the training. The document is prepared in three languages - Polish, English and German. In case the participant wished to take the exam, it needs to be stated in the application form. The cost of the examination and certificate is 200 PLN. This option is voluntary.
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- Day 1:
- Reading and analyzing execution drawings of the selected machine parts.
- Selecting and setting machining datum surface.
- Tolerances for linear and angular dimensions, taper tolerances.
- Surface roughness.
- Mounting elements and devices.
- Measuring instruments, tests and gauge blocks.
- Day 2:
- Classification of machining tools.
- Selection of tools using tool catalogues.
- Selection of cutting parameters.
- Classification of mounting elements.
- Introduction to technological documentation.
- Day 3:
- Creating technological documentation of the processed element based on the executive drawing.
- Division of machining processes into operations and procedures.
- Selection of tools for particular procedures.
- Selection of cutting parameters for the material and tools chosen for the machining process.
- Preparing the process sheet for the turret.
- Preparing the technical inspection form.
- Overview of the tools assembly methods.
- Overview of the workpiece material assembly methods.
- Preparing the machining program, performing a simulation.
- Theoretical calculation of the machining time.
- Day 4:
- Creating the technological documentation for the milled element based on the executive drawing.
- Division into operations and procedures.
- Selection of tools for particular procedures with preparation of the frames and fixing elements.
- Selection of cutting parameters in relation to actual tools and machined elements.
- Preparing the tool magazine sheet.
- Preparing the technical inspection form for the tolerated dimensions.
- Overview of the methods of tool assembly in the milling center magazine.
- Overview of the methods of fixing the workpiece material on the milling table.
- Preparing the machining program, performing a simulation.
- Theoretical calculation of the machining time.
- Day 5:
- Starting the machining tools and preparing them for the realization of the prepared applications.
- Mounting the tools, correcting the tools performed on the CNC machining tools.
- Fixing the workpiece materials, CNC lathes and milling machines (splitting into groups).
- Setting the machining base and zero points on the workpiece material.
- Tests of the program on machining tools and simulation of the machining process.
- Producing the elements of machine parts on lathes and CNC milling centers.
- Technical inspection, verification of the dimensions, tolerances and surface roughness.
- Overview of the methods of performing tool corrections while using them.
- Setting the operator to run the production process and providing essential guidelines to ensure the correct functioning of the machining tool in accordance with occupational health and safety regulations and performing the workstation inspection with regard to the manufactured elements.
The training room with an area of about 150m2, air-conditioned, large and spacious. Working positions for students are expertly equipped. Each participant has access to the latest tool directories. The installed cameras display the current operation of the machines via projector.
Our training rooms allow working on actual industrial machines based on the state-of-the-art control systems – SINUMERIK, FANUC, Haidenhain and OKUMA.
For practical exercises we use our own machine park that features many diversified tools. Depending on the degree of the course and level of the group, we offer our students the following fleet of machine tools:
CNC Laboratory - machinesGE Fanuc 0i Mate-TD driver - lathe WAFO TMK 25
- The lathe designed for efficient mass production of parts
- Fanuc 0i-mate control
- Hitachi inverter
- Transit hydraulic chuck Ф = 160
- Cooling and lighting installation
- Closed Workspace
- 6-position toolhead
- Center adapted to efficient mass production of parts
- Telescopic covers of the X, Y, Z axes guideway
- Elements to set up the machine at the workplace
- Screw roller gearboxes in all 3 axes - direct drive from the engine
- The lighting installation
- Tool cooling
- Carousel tool magazine for 10 tools, HSK-A63 spindle end
- Precision ballscrews in 3 axes
- Chain type chip conveyor with a bath
- SINUMERIK 828
- 6 tools head type revolver
- 3 jaw fi80 handle
- Complete electronics for 3 axes
- Working area: X = 500 mm, Y = 700 mm, Z = 180 mm
- Maximum diameter of the rotating tool = 8 mm
- Maximum feed rates: Temporary - function G0 = 4000 mm / min; Working - Function G1 = 1 - 3000 mm / min
- Liquid-cooled spindle 2.2 kW
- Table load capacity = 20 kg
The tools used during coursesEquipment and accessories available at working stations:
- measuring instruments:
- gauge blocks
- demonstration tools:
- turning tools with indexable inserts
- folding tool
- special tools
- cutter heads
Watch a video presenting laboratories of numerically controlled machine tools used during our professional engineering trainings.
During the course, each participant has at their disposal INDIVIDUAL WORKSTATIONS with a touch LCD monitor, and specialized software that simulates the work with real drivers:
- Siemens SINUTRAIN Operate - actual operator panel SINUMERIK 828D / 840D
- FANUC NC GUIDE - actual operator panel FANUC
- HEIDENHAIN simulator
- MACH3 Simulator
- NX CAM - aided machining
SinuTrain Operate 4.5 SP2 is not only a training program, but also allows for programming CNC control SINUMERIK offline, due to the fact that it is based on the same system SINUMERIK Operate. It is therefore an ideal tool for the operator, technologist and setter of the CNC machine.
Mach3 is one of the most popular programs enabling control of the CNC machines featuring up to 6 axes. It makes it possible for the regular computer to become controller for any CNC machine. Manual control is based on G-codes, the program also enables continuous preview of tools and machining parameters.
Software offers a wide variety of functions, from simple NC programming to high performance and multiaxis machining, allowing realization of many tasks using just one system. NX software is applied in many branches of industry successfully fulfilling its role in aviation, automotive industry, medical equipment, foundry industry and machinery. NX CAM software is fitted with closely integrated post processing system that enables easy generation of the right NC code for nearly all types of machines and controller configuration. Many levels of checking accuracy of the NC program include simulation based on G-code, which eliminates the necessity of using separate simulation systems.
Our trainers are experienced programmers and operators with many years of work experience and examiners of the regional examination committees in the profession cutting machine operator. They often work for industrial plants in the programming and operation of numerically controlled machine tools, as well as conducting training courses. Designers and engineers implementing NX CAM systems.
In addition, they provide consulting services and work as experts for renowned trade periodicals.
During trainings, their main focus is on passing knowledge of the real examples they have encountered in their professional work.
Our trainers are open to all suggestions made by the participants. It is very common that during trainings the group discusses the issues beyond the scope of the standard program that cover specific aspects of the students work.
Completed courses also lead to cooperation between EMT Systems and representatives of industrial facilities in the following areas: projects, modernization and commissioning lines.
During our courses we particularly focus on exercises on actual CNC machines with Sinumerik and Fanuc control systems, presentations and computer-based exercises in programming CNC milling machines/lathes. We are the only training center in Poland to have introduced exercises on Siemens PLM Software - NX CAM (Manufacturing module).Participants have at their disposal:
- 3 – axis, vertical machining center LG 800 HARTFORD Australia/Taiwan with GE FANUC Ai 100
- Milling machine FNF 40 NA AVIA Warszawa with SIEMENS SINUMERIK 810T
- Lathe VEVUS 350 CBKO Pruszków with GE FANUC 0iTC
- Lathe STCNC3D, controlled by Mach3
- Individual training positions with Siemens PLM Software - NX CAM, Mach3
Benefits for participants
- Analyze executive drawings with respect to:
- selection of machining datum surface
- dimensional tolerances and fits
- shape and position tolerances
- surface roughness tolerances
- Select mounting methods for the machined elements
- Select tools and machining parameters for reductive machining
- Select measuring instruments for technical inspection
- Prepare technological documentation:
- operation sheets
- machining manuals
- machine setting instructions
- technical inspection instructions
- Implement technological process:
- setting the machine (tool correction)
- preparing machining datum surface
- mounting the machined element and setting the zero points
- preparing machining program
- machining in the selected CNC machines
- Practice on actual industrial machines
- Many hours of exercises
- Gaining skills to operate the machine single-handedly
- Learning about computer machining simulators
- Support of qualified and experienced tutors
- Certificate of participation issued also in the chosen foreign language
- Safety clothing
- Disposable gloves