Practical Tip: Rewrite old PAL programs for the PAL2020 – In Video format

With the PAL2020 reform, some of the commands in the PAL coding were changed. The commands were changed so that programs written after PAL2008 or PAL 2012 will no longer run and lead to any error messages in the newer PAL2020 simulators (or PAL2020 C/Y or PAL2020 3+2). This means that you have to rewrite the program blocks almost completely – and that takes time.

A faster way to do this is to use the “Find/Replace” trick:

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    SYMplus™ Update 63

    SYMplus™ Update 63 is now available to all customers with plusCARE™ and includes new features as well as great improvements. Scale the font size in the editor of the simulators to 200% by…

    Practical Tip: From PAL programming to chips – In Video format

    The phrase “From PAL programming to chips” refers to the fact that with SYMplus™ you can not only learn the theory, but you can also build a bridge to practical application. Learn more in the following practical tip video:

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      Newsletter December 2022

      6 steps to an organised Postprocessor list. SYMplus™ provides a list of around 50 Postprocessors. In reality, you will hardly ever need all of them. Mostly you work with one or a few. So selecting…

      KELLER.Academy – Training at Campus Handwerk GmbH

      The KELLER.Academy was on the road again. This time at Campus Handwerk GmbH. There, trainers and teachers met for three days to have their knowledge topped up by our CNC expert Mr. Reckermann. In this course, we covered the complete program of SYMplus, from DIN/PAL, including driven tools and tilting, to graphic programming. On a DMG lathe on site with SIEMENS control, one of the programs was produced during the training. You can see the manufacturing process in the video.

      Click on the following link to learn more about the courses offered at the KELLER.Academy: https://cnc-keller.com/keller-academy/

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        Practical Tip: Clever Cutting and Reclamping – In Video format

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        Cut a turned part to be machined on both sides from the bar and at the same time programme the second machining side. If the length of the blank is defined to such an extent that at the end, there is enough material to “cut” out of the protective zone for the chuck or the clamping jaws. However, if you proceed as described, after the “cutting off” step it would result in the half-finished workpiece falling in the simulation as in reality in the chip tray or a part catcher. Afterwards, the geometry is no longer available in the working plan for further machining.

        But what is the solution then? The practical tip gives you the answer to this question.

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          KELLER.Software at the Metal Day 2022

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          Newsletter February 2022

          Learn new things faster and more effectively

           

          It is no secret that learning is increasingly taking place on the Internet.

          Videos are particularly popular. Videos increase the clarity of a topic through their visual presentation and, because our brains remember images better than texts, help us retain information in our heads for longer.

           

          That’s why we at KELLER.Software have been running a YouTube channel for a few years now, covering topics such as: 

          How does the machining of Grooves work?> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqqflAwVSeE 

          How to setup vocabulary tests and multiple choice tasks using SYMplus™ software?> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5FngKoU1Qo&t=4s 

          How to compare production strategies effortlessly with each other using SYMplus™ software?> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSeaABYL7wg&t=3s 

          There is something for everyone. No matter whether you are just taking your first steps as an apprentice or would like to further your education as an experienced person.

          Click here to go to the KELLER.Software YouTube channel > https://www.youtube.com/c/CNCKELLERGmbH 

          Practical Tip: From PAL Programming to chips

           

          The phrase “From PAL programming to chips” refers to the fact that with SYMplus™ you can not only learn the theory, but you can also build a bridge to practical application.

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          Much more from KELLER.Software

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          10.-11. Mar. 2022: Driven tools, plane swing and reform PAL2020

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            Newsletter November 2022

            The VR workshop: Playful access to the CNC world. What if you could learn in a “real” CNC workshop instead of learning theory in a classroom? What if you could practice there on lathes or milling…

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            Practical Tip: 3 steps to rotary-symmetric contour – In Video format

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            A pocket or an island contour is usually constructed from the starting point of the contour once around to the end point. In the case of a rotary-symmetrical contour, this would usually be unnecessarily time-consuming and, in part, hardly feasible anyway due to the dimensions. When programming in SYMplus™, you can achieve the complete contour in just three steps. Watch the video to find out how.

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              Newsletter October 2022

              New edition workbooks for PAL2020. In 2 months it will be Christmas, but before we settle down comfortably on the sofa with cookies, we still have a PAL exam coming up. To help you prepare for…

              5 years at KELLER.Software

              They came as trainees, later became full time employees and now they have been here for 5 years already.. Let’s listen to what they have to say.

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                Training - DIN/PAL Programming

                This week's topic in KELLER.Academy was "Basics of DIN/PAL Programming with SYMplus™". We had 5 wonderful visitors for this course - Mr. Lattwein and Mr. Riedinger from the Gewerbliche Schule Ehingen…

                Customer Review KNIPEX (Part 2)

                Knipex has been using SYMplus CNC software for more than 15 years now in their training. In this video, hear directly from the Head of Technical Training at Knipex, Mr.Herkert, what makes KELLER their preferred CNC Software in training.

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                  Newsletter September 2022

                  1 KELLER-ID = x Users. No more time-consuming setups. No more of this unnecessary administrative act. Easily create one license for each technology and multiple users can work with the same KELLER ID…

                  Customer review KNIPEX (Part 1)

                  Training more than 70 apprentices with different levels of knowledge is a big task.

                  Hear from Mr.Herkert, the head of technical training at the firm Knipex as he explains how KELLER has helped him through this challenge for many years as well as in times of Homeschooling since 2020.

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                    Christiani Trainers' Day 2022

                    Finally, the Christiani Trainers' Day took place again! For two days, the focus in Rheine was on technical training and further education. In four different workshops the latest developments were exchanged.…

                    Boehringer VDT DUC 560 lathe built in 1996

                    We recently discovered that the Bergische University of Wuppertal has an old CNC Machine which still works using one of our older softwares. So we decided to pay a visit. 

                    There we saw a Boehringer VDT DUC 560 lathe built in 1996, and the best thing about it is that it still works! This is achieved by using the former KELLER software CNCplus, which makes the tools turn.

                    We also made some videos during our visit. In this video you can see Mr.Cavallaro, the Workshop Manager of the Physics Mechanical Workshop at the university, happily taking control of this 25 year old machine: 

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                      3rd year at KELLER.Software

                      It is shocking how the time flies. Our intern Mr. Jan Fiebich has entered his third year of internship. This means that he has been with us for 2 years already and this is his final year of training…

                      Newsletter August 2022

                      Digital learning with KELLER.Software. Classical learning is constantly evolving. "Digital learning" moved more and more into everyday life. This process was sped up in the last 2 years mainly due to…