DMS announces a Simplified CNC Digitizing Canned Cycle on Fagor CNC 8055
Diversified Machine Systems, a leading US-based 3 & 5 axis CNC machine center designer and manufacturer in Colorado Springs, CO, is proud to announce the simplified CNC Digitizing Canned Cycle that’s been developed by international cooperative partner, Fagor Automation – a value-added benefit to DMS clients.
This solution, designed to reduce Digitizing setup time, allows the operator to setup the CNC machine center in only a matter of a few minutes for digitizing simple or complex parts by utilizing a single fill in the blank page that contains all pertinent parameters for Digitizing as well as a Graphic Assist screen.
Upon completion of the Digitizing cycle, the Programmed point-to-point program created can be edited with Feeds, Speeds and Tool commands and executed or downloaded for further manipulation. The Digitizing cycle is available on the Fagor CNC 8055, which is utilized on many of Diversified Machine Systems’ CNC machine centers. Most Probing systems are easily adaptable to the Fagor 8055.
The CNC 8055 Controller was designed to provide the high performance required for performance machine tools like DMS CNC routers, yet maintain an extremely simple programming system when utilized in shop floor programming applications. This was accomplished by adding the well-known ICON key conversational system to the well-established ISO G-code programming system. By allowing the ability to combine both programming systems, customer flexibility on the manufacturing floor itself has been increased dramatically.
All CNC 8055 Controls are equipped with a full library of Turning or Milling Canned Cycles and standardly equipped with value-added features such as Spindle Synchronization, Scaling Factor, Pattern Repeat, Mirror Imaging Gantry Axes, high-level language programming, and much more.
Fagor Automation is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of CNC Control Systems, Servo Motors & Drives, Feedback Systems & DRO Systems that DMS uses as a competitive advantage on their 3 axis and 5 axis CNC routers.
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