Courses Offered

CNC Programming Turning & Milling (TA1)

This training is meant for Programmers and Operators who are using CNC Turning and Milling machines fitted with Fanuc controllers. This course covers basic G Codes, Turning & milling cycles and custom macro programming.

Our training centers are equipped with latest controllers and teaching aids. The smaller batch sizes that we plan will ensure participants get personal attention and good practice.

1st Day
Video(Line up of Fanuc products & Mfrg. facilities)
9.30-10.00
Introduction to various models of CNCs`
10.10-12.00
Basic Machine drawing
12.00-12.30
CAD/CAM Introduction
13.15-14.15
Basic Mechanical function
14.15-15.15
Basic Electrical function
15.15-16.30
2nd day
Tips on safety for programmers and operators
9.30-12.30
Axes designation & coordinate systems(T)
 
Structure of part program, Basic G & M codes
 
Absolute & Incremental systems
 
Tool offsets & Tool nose radius compensation
 
Writing part programs using basic G / M codes
 
Exercises and practice
13.15-16.30
3rd Day
Explanation of Canned cycles(G71 to G76)
9.30-12.00
Direct drawing dimension programming,
 
Outputting/Inputting program data
 
Exercises and practice using the Turning cycles
 
4th Day
Designation of machine axis(Milling)
9.30-12.00
Machine and work coordinate systems
 
Set up work coordinate systems
 
Review of Basic G codes and M codes-Milling
 
Cutter radius Compensation
 
Tool length compensation
 
Examples & Exercises of milling part program
12.45-16.30
5th Day
Drilling canned cycles G81 to G89, G73 to G76
9.30-12.00
Explanation on polar coordinates
 
Explanation on Tool life management
 
Explanation of Chamfering and corner radius
 
Examples and practice with canned cycles
12.45-16.30
6th Day
Concept of macro programming
9.30-12.00
Explanation on Macro variables
 
Generation alarms and messages
 
Conditional and unconditional jumps
 
Types of Macro call
 
Simple macro call (G65)
 
Exercises & Practice
12.45-16.30
Q & A Session
16.00-16.30
Brief presentation on Fanuc Products
16.00-16.45
Visit to show room
 
Training test & feedback session
 

CNC Interfacing training (TA3)

This training is meant for engineers who are interfacing Fanuc CNC controllers to machine. This course covers connections, parameter setting and ladder development.

Our training centers are equipped with latest controllers and teaching aids. The smaller batch sizes that we plan will ensure participants get personal attention and good practice.


1st Day
Video (Line up of Fanuc products & mfrg. Facilities)
9.30-10.00
Introduction to various models of CNCs` & Servos`
10.10-12.00
Basic Electrical drawings and symbols
12.00-12.30
Basic Panel wirings and hardware connection
13.15-14.15
Functions of servomotor and drives
14.15-14.45
Basic Mechanical Function
15.15-16.30
2nd day
Basic PLC Function Explanation
 
Inter connections of CNC system
 
Explanation on I/O link and I/O card/MOP connections
 
FSSB / Separate detector connections
 
Servo/Spindle hardware details
 
Practice and demo on connections
13.15-16.30
Practice on data backup / restoration
 
3rd Day
Discussion on ambient conditions like temperature, vibration,
dust & humidity and protection methods
9.30-10.00
Explanation on important parameters
10.00-12.30
Important NC Parameters
 
Important Servo / Spindle parameters
 
Initialization servo / Spindle parameters
 
Referencing methods and parameters
 
Practice with parameters
13.15-15.15
Practice on reference methods
15.15-16.30
4th Day
Introduction to PM, features and signals
9.30-12.30
Explanation on IO link and address setting
 
Explanation of emergency logic
 
Explanation on Mode selection
 
Axes selection& Jogging
 
Practice on CNC system
13.15-16.30
5th Day
Explanation on axes jogging/feed override logics
9.30-12.30
Explanation on Reference setting logics
 
Explanation Timers, Counters
 
Explanation on message & Alarm generation
 
Practice on CNC system
13.15-16.30
6th Day
Explanation on decoding of M Code & sample logics
9.30-10.30
Explanation on Spindle control signals
10.30-11.00
Explanation turret control function
11.00-12.30
Practice & Ethernet connectivity
13.15-15.00
Q & A Session
15.00-15.45
Visit to show room
15.45-16.00
Brief presentation on Fanuc Products
16.00-16.15
Training test & Feedback session
16.15-16.30

MECHATRONICS Course(TA4)

This training is meant for engineers who are interfacing Fanuc CNC controllers to machine. This course covers connections, parameter setting and ladder development.


Our training centers are equipped with latest controllers and teaching aids. The smaller batch sizes that we plan will ensure participants get personal attention and good practice

1st Day
Introduction and construction details of CNC machines
9.30-11.00
Electrical symbols and drawings
11.00-12.30
I/O models and explanation of input and output devices
13.15-16.30
2nd day
Basic electrical drives
9.30-11.00
Servo drives and motors and their explanation
11.00-12.30
Feedback devices
13.15-16.30
3rd Day
Programming of PLC
9.30-12.30
CNC parameter setting
13.15-16.30
4th Day
Configuration of CNC systems
9.30-12.30
Compensation of machine accuracy
13.15-15.15
Creating alarm and messaging
15.15-16.30
5th Day
Basics of mechanical drawings
9.30-12.30
Ball screw
13.15-15.15
Slideways
15.15-16.30
6th Day
Types of mechanical scrappers
9.30-12.30
Drive mechanism gear box
13.15-12.30
Time belts and pulleys
13.15-15.00
7th Day
Bearings
9.30-12.30
Linear motion guideways
13.15-16.30
8th Day
Fundamentals of hydraulics
9.30-12.30
Fundamentals of pneumatics
13.15-16.30
9th Day
Lubrication systems
9.30-12.30
Tooling CNC machines
13.15-16.30
10th Day
Basic AUTOCAD
9.30-12.30
Absolute and incremental planning
13.15-16.30
11th Day
Basic G codes and M codes
9.30-12.00
Writing part programs and subprograms
13.15-15.00
Tool offset and cutter radius compensation
15.00-16.30
12th Day
Explanation of canned cycles(G71 to G76)
9.30-11.00
Explanation of canned variables
11.00-12.30
Data backup procedure for normal screen and by RS232 ports
13.15-16.30

ROBOTICS (TA2)

This training is meant for engineers and technicians who are programming and maintaining Fanuc robots. This course covers selected topics related to programming, setups and troubleshooting which will be useful in day to day work.


Our training centers are equipped with the latest Robots and controllers and teaching aids such as Roboguide. The smaller batch sizes that we plan will ensure participants get good practice and personal attention.

1st Day
Video (Line up of Fanuc products & Mfrg. Facilities)
9.30-9.50
General Safety Precautions
10.00-10.10
Introduction to various models & selection criteria
10.10-10.20
Jogging Robot in Joint/World Frame/Orientation
10.20-10.30
Selection & Creation of Teach program
10.00-10.30
Explanation on Joint, Linear & Circular motion
10.30-11.45
Program testing, editing & Touch up
11.45-12.30
Practice on teaching
13.15-16.30
2nd day
Using and setting up of User frame
9.30-10.30
Using and setting up of Tool Frame
10.30-11.30
Usage of various program instructions
11.30-12.30
Practice on setting frames
13.15-15.00
Practice on program instructions
15.00-16.30
3rd Day
Explanation of I/O's & I/O instructions
9.30-10.00
Robot Interface with peripheral devices
10.00-10.45
Backup/restoring of data & Auto backup
10.45-11.15
Setting home position & macros
11.15-12.00
Quick mastering/Zero mastering
12.00-12.20
Single axis mastering
12.20-12.30
Robot and different controllers
13.15-13.45
Different protocols of interfacing CRMA
13.45-14.15
CRMA configuration with mode
14.15-14.45
Practice on I/O instructions
14.45-15.30
Practice on mastering
15.30-16.30
4th Day
Introduction AW process and parameters
9.30-10.00
Explanation on usage of Arc instructions
10.00-10.30
Explanation AW setups
10.00-11.00
Explanation on weaving & weave Instruction
11.00-11.30
Adjusting AW parameters
11.30-12.00
Explanation on torch mate function
12.00-12.30
End of arm tool design
13.15-14.15
Spot welding robots
14.15-15.15
Practice on the above items
15.15-16.30
5th Day
Introduction SW process and parameters
9.30-10.00
Explanation on usage of Spot instructions
10.00-10.30
Explanation SW setups
10.00-11.30
Teaching spots
11.30-12.00
Explanation on tip wear detect programs
12.30-12.30
Trouble shooting in welding and power source
13.15-14.15
Selection of vision system and interfacing
14.15-15.15
Practice on the above items
15.15-16.30
6th Day
Description & Greasing of Mechanical unit
09.30-10.30
Description of controller & block diagram
10.30-11.30
Explanation on LED indications & Fuses on controller
11.30-12.30
Maintenance of cabinet / battery replacement procedure
15.10-15.45
Simple Trouble shooting & Alarm Screens
15.45-16.30
Q & A Session
15.30-16.00
Training test & feedback session
16.30-16.45
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