Steps for starting the special CNC lathe

The special CNC lathe coordinate system is the inherent coordinate system of the special CNC lathe, is the basis for manufacturing and adjusting the special CNC lathe, and is also the basis for setting the workpiece coordinate system. The coordinate system of the special CNC lathe has been adjusted before leaving the factory. Generally, it is not allowed to change at random. The reference point is also a fixed limit point on a special CNC lathe, the position of which is determined by mechanical stops or limit switches. The machine coordinate system is confirmed by returning the machine zero point.
Turn on the machine before returning to the mechanical zero point. The special CNC lathe must be familiar with the panel of the CNC lathe before starting the machine. The form of the panel is closely related to the CNC system. Special CNC lathes are difficult to start. For lathes with production systems. Most of the boot is relatively simple, generally open the power, you can directly start the CNC system.

After turning on the machine, return the workbench to the origin of the special CNC lathe (or the reference point, which is a point with a fixed distance from the origin of the special CNC lathe). The zero return (refer back to the reference point) of the special CNC lathe is: The switch is placed in the “return to zero” position. Press manual axis feed direction key +X, +Z to return to zero indicator light. After starting up, it must be zeroed (refer back to the reference point). If this is not done, the pitch error compensation, backlash compensation and other functions will not be realized. Setting the machine's mechanical origin is directly related to the programmed G54 command.