CNC Swiss Machine Operations/Set Up

Since 1993 Cleveland Industrial Training Center has delivered contract CNC training to the general public, directly to private business and various government agencies. We offer state certified training in a well-equipped machining environment. In total, we have been involved with metal cutting manufacturing for over 30 years.

The response to our 5-week CNC Swiss Machine Operations/Set-up class has exceeded expectations!

Cleveland Industrial Training Center partnered with a number of local Swiss users in the development of the program. This is the perfect training for those employees or candidates transitioning to Swiss from conventional CNC or those who are new to CNC altogether but understand basic machining processes. Swiss Operations training formats include day, evening and a special, one-week accelerated schedule. Special pricing options are available to companies looking to expand their employee’s knowledge base in this growing technology. We only accept a maximum of 8 students in this class so call today for more information on how to get started.

What Does the Program cover?

  1. Differences and similarities between Swiss and conventional CNC lathes.
  2. Controller orientation – program select, edit page, prep page, offset page, and MC Data.
  3. Bar feeder orientation – MC data setting, channel selection, pusher assembly and collet selection.
  4. Setting of supports, telescopic tube, and spindle liner selection OR omission.
  5. Manual job/machine movement overview. All axis of machine explanation.
  6. Explanation/description/demo of main spindle collet, guide bushing and sub spindle collet.
  7. Setting of collet chucking pressures and guide bushing tension setting.
  8. Proper selection and adjustment of ejector knockout.
  9. Gang tool slide. Loading tools, setting center (core), and proper “touch-off” procedure.
  10. In-depth explanation of preparation page and machine MC data.
  11. Left hand tool work shift overview. G50 work shift overview (Live tools).
  12. Front working tools. Setting lengths, (“touch-off”) of back end working, or ID tools.
  13. Back working tools. Setting lengths, (“touch-off”) of back end working tools with sub spindle.
  14. Overview of offset page and explanation of ABSOLUTE and INCREMENTAL offsets.
  15. Introduction into basic programming format. How the controller wants to see a program.
  16. Layout of proper programming sequence.
  17. Thorough explanation of machine specific “M” and “G” codes including but not limited to G76 threading overview, as well as milling, and G83 peck drilling.
  18. Grooving process, turning process, cutoff cycle overview
PLEASE CALL 216.459.9292 for times and pricing.