New video on YouTube: Crash prevention during 90-degree swivel (CNC Milling, 3+2 Axes)

Using the 3D simulation of our SYMplus™ CNC software, we will show you how task 4 from Christiani’s “Collection of tasks in CNC Milling technology according to PAL2020 with Multi-Sided Machining” could look like in reality.

This task includes:

  • 90-degree swivel
  • Workpiece “cuboid”
  • Changed axis positions due to swiveling
  • Crash risk

 


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    55 years of the Moon Landing

    “The Eagle has landed.” 55 years ago today, on July 20, 1969, humans set foot on the moon for the first time. Every machinist knows how crucial precision work is - and it was precisely this precision…

    New video on YouTube: Swivel around A axis (rotary axis around X) + Thread milling (3+2 Axes)

    Using the 3D simulation of our SYMplus™ CNC software, we will show you how task 3 from Christiani’s “Collection of tasks in CNC Milling technology according to PAL2020 with Multi-Sided Machining” could look like in reality.

    This task includes:

    • Swivel around the A axis
    • Thread milling G88
    • Center hole for M24x2 thread as circular pocket with Ø12 milling cutter
    • Plane swivel G15

     


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      New video on YouTube: Swivel around B-axis (rotary axis around Y) 3+2 Axes

      Using the 3D simulation of our SYMplus™ CNC software, we will show you how task 2 from Christiani’s “Collection of tasks in CNC Milling technology according to PAL2020 with Multi-Sided Machining” could look like in reality.

      This task includes:

      • Swivel around the B-axis:
      • 1. Zero offset according to PAL G59
      • 2. Rotate/pivot coordinate system according to PAL G15

       


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        New video on YouTube: Polar dimensioning and PAL G codes (CNC Milling, 3+2 axes)

        Using the 3D simulation of our SYMplus™ CNC software, we will show you how task 1 from Christiani’s “Collection of tasks in CNC Milling technology according to PAL2020 with Multi-Sided Machining” could look like in reality.

        This task includes:

        • Polar dimensioned Arc in counterclockwise direction G13
        • Polar dimensioned arc in clockwise direction G12
        • Polar dimensioned individual drilling positions G78

         


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          New video on YouTube: Detailed CNC machining (PAL G-Code)

          Using the 3D simulation of our SYMplus™ CNC software, we will show you how task 15 from Christiani’s “Collection of tasks in CNC turning technology according to PAL2020” could look like in reality.

          This task includes:

          • Facing with G1
          • External and internal roughing with G81
          • External and internal finishing with G42 and G41
          • Thread turning with G31
          • Grooving with wide and small grooving tool
          • Undercutting (undercut DIN509)
          • Finishing with 35° V-plate

           


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            Why SYMplus™ is a valuable addition to your lessons (CNC software for training)

            • More time for the important things: with SYMplus™, teachers don’t have to spend as much time preparing teaching materials. Instead, they can use this time to focus on imparting subject knowledge and supporting students.
            • Qualitative learning content: SYMplus™ ensures that all students have access to high-quality and up-to-date learning content specifically designed for training machinists and similar trades.
            • Inhomogeneous learning groups: With SYMplus™, students can learn at their own pace, so inhomogeneous learning groups are not an obstacle and have access to important learning materials, which helps them improve their skills individually.
            • Interactive learning environment: Interactive modules allow students to gain hands-on experience without the fear of “breaking something” and directly apply their theoretical knowledge in a safe learning environment.

            For more Info: https://cnc-keller.com/symplus-cnc-software/symplus-for-cnc-training/

             


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              New video on YouTube: Complete CNC turning: drilling, roughing, thread cutting

              Using the 3D simulation of our SYMplus™ CNC software, we will show you how task 14 from Christiani’s “Collection of tasks in CNC turning technology according to PAL2020” could look like in reality.

              This task includes:

              • Facing G1
              • Drilling according to PAL with cycle G84
              • Roughing and internal roughing with cycle G81
              • External and internal finishing with G42/G41
              • Thread turning according to PAL with cycle G31
              • Machining the reverse side after reclamping

               


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                SYMplus™ Update 66

                Good News for all SYMplus™ users! Update 66 of our SYMplus™ CNC software is now available for you to install. With a variety of improvements and optimised functions, we want to ensure that you can…

                New video on YouTube: Steep Cone Tool Holder with integrated Pull Stud (CNC Turning)

                Using the 3D simulation of our SYMplus™ CNC software, we will show you how task 12 from Christiani’s “Collection of tasks in CNC turning technology according to PAL2020” could look like in reality.

                This task includes:

                • Radial Grooving Cycle G86
                • Circumferential Groove

                 


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                  SYMplus™ Software Update 66

                  Update 66 is now available! We're thrilled to announce that Update 66 for SYMplus™ is now available for installation for all customers with plusCARE™! What is plusCARE™? With plusCARE™, you…

                  New video: Final Exam Part 2 for Machinists, Summer 2024 (Turning)

                  Simulation of the IHK Final Exam (Exam conducted by Chamber of Industry & Commerce, Germany) Part 2 for Machinists, Summer 2024, CNC Turning is now available on YouTube:

                  In the Turning examination task this time, all machining operations had to be carried out with driven tools on chordal surfaces (G19 IP5). In particular, gaps in the cycle calls (G7x) had to be filled, where the candidates needed to understand the axes in the G19 plane (YZ). In contrast to milling, however, it was not necessary to program entire contour trains. Instead, they were required to determine individual coordinates for the “center tolerance” and ISO fits. There were further gaps for recesses, an internal recess and jump addresses in program part repetitions.

                   


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                    Newsletter June 2024

                    Milling: There were no major surprises in the milling exam. Of course, it was necessary to master the functions for switching the radius correction on and off and to apply the commands…

                    Long weekend (Corpus Christi 2024)

                    Thanks to the Corpus Christi holiday in NRW (as well as all federal states in southern and western Germany), we in the KELLER.Software team are treating ourselves to another long weekend. Summer officially…

                    Newsletter June 2024

                    Bye-bye exam stress, Hello summer!

                    The exams are finally over and the summer vacation is just around the corner. But before you go fully into vacation mode, let’s take a look back at the exams – especially at the tasks given. What content was covered? What tricky challenges had to be mastered this year?


                    Milling:

                    There were no major surprises in the milling exam. Of course, it was necessary to master the functions for switching the radius correction on and off and to apply the commands for soft approach and departure that have been changed since 2020.

                    In addition, contour points had to be read from the drawing and starting point coordinates had to be subtracted from the centre point coordinates, which were always dimensioned absolutely, to calculate I and J.

                    Two fitting dimensions had to be determined, a rotational speed had to be calculated and some gaps in the cycle for thread milling (G88) and tapping (G84) had to be filled – similar to the previous winter exam.

                     

                    You can view the Milling test task as a 3D simulation here: https://youtu.be/qdoeAGjywiE


                    Turning:

                    In the Turning examination task this time, all machining operations had to be carried out with driven tools on chordal surfaces (G19 IP5). In particular, gaps in the cycle calls (G7x) had to be filled, where the candidates needed to understand the axes in the G19 plane (YZ).

                    In contrast to milling, however, it was not necessary to program entire contour trains. Instead, they were required to determine individual coordinates for the “center tolerance” and ISO fits. There were further gaps for recesses, an internal recess and jump addresses in program part repetitions.

                     

                    You can view the Turning test task as a 3D simulation here: https://youtu.be/rMk0jaUg78w


                    When will the next Software-Update be released?

                    We know that many schools use the summer vacation to update their IT infrastructure, so we’re working hard behind the scenes to get the latest SYMplus update ready for you to download before the summer vacation! As soon as it is available, you will be informed via this newsletter, our social media channels (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram) or on our website.

                    As soon as the update has been released, you can read about all the new features here: cnc-keller.com/symplus-support/new-features-optimizations/

                     

                    Wish you a relaxing Summer.

                      – Your KELLER.Software Team


                    Next Appointments in the KELLER.Academy:

                    Basics of graphical programming (CAD/CAM) with SYMplus™

                    • 25.-26. July 2024
                    • 05.-06. September 2024

                    Basic DIN/PAL programming with SYMplus™

                    • 08.-09. August 2024
                    • 19.-20. September 2024

                    Driven tools, level swivel and reform PAL2020

                    • 11.-12. July 2024
                    • 22.-23. August 2024

                    Further Information >


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