A versatile control for lathes
   
  MANUALplus 4110
   
 
MANUALplus 4110  
  The standard cycles of the MANUALplus are designed for simple turning and milling contours. If the contours are more complex or if dimensions are missing, you can define the contour with graphical Interactive Contour Programming (ICP). With ICP, the MANUALplus calculates the missing coordinates, or if there are more than one possible solution, it will how you the mathematically possible variants so that you can select the correct one.
   
  The MANUALplus 4110 was conceived for cycle-controlled lathes with one spindle, one slide (X and Z axis), a C axis or positioning spindle and a driven tool.
New clearance, recessing, and milling cycles make it possible to machine complex workpieces, which predestines the MANUALplus 4110 for use on more highly automated athes. The myriad machining capabilities and extraordinarily simple operation make the MANUALplus 4110 a very versatile control for lathes.
   
   User functions & Technical Data
 
 
Operating modes  
  Manual operation
Manual traversing via joystick or with electronic handwheels
Graphic support for entering and running cycles in direct interaction with manual machine operation
Thread repair (thread recutting of workpieces in a different setup)
  Teach-in
Sequential linking of fixed cycles
Graphic simulation of the machining cycle sequence immediately after data entry
Immediate machining after each cycle input
Storing of machining cycles, with automatic program creation
  Program run
Cycle or ISO programs in single block or full sequence
Programming  
  Machining cycles
Conversational cycle entry with graphic support
Linear and circular paths, chamfers and roundings
Area clearance cycles for longitudinal and transverse turning of simple, complex and ICP contours
Contour-parallel area clearance cycles for simple, complex and ICP contours
Recessing cycles for simple, complex and ICP contours
Recess-turning cycles for simple, complex and ICP contours
Undercuts according to DIN 76, DIN 509E, DIN 509F
Cutoff cycle
Drilling, pecking and tapping cycles
Linear and circular bolt-hole patterns on end face and lateral surface
Cycles for single- or multi-start paraxial and taper threads
Axial and radial milling cycles for slots, figures, single sides and polygons as well as complex ICP contours
Thread milling
Assume cutting data from tool memory
Use ISO macros in cycle programs
Conversion of cycle programs into ISO programs
  Interactive contour programming (ICP)
Contour definition with linear and circular contour elements
Immediate display of entered contour elements
Calculation of missing coordinates, intersections, etc.
For multiple solutions: graphic display of all solutions with selection by the user
Superimposition of chamfers, roundings and form elements during or after contour definition
For turning contours
For milling contours on end face and lateral surface
  ISO programming
NC programming according to ISO 6983
Creation of ISO programs and ISO macros
Programming with clearance, recessing, recess turning, drilling and milling cycles
Simplified geometry programming (calculation of missing data)
Variable programming
Subprograms
Positional data
Nominal positions in Cartesian or polar coordinates
Absolute or incremental dimensions
Input and display in millimeters or inches
Tool compensation
compensation of the tool-tip position in the X/Z plane
Automatic tool-tip position recognition
Precision compensation via handwheel with transfer of compensation values to the tool table
Cutting radius and milling radius compensation
Tool table
One tool table for 99 tools with tool description
Graphic support for tool entry
Tool monitoring according to the service life of the tool tip or number of workpieces produced
Verification graphics
Graphic simulation of individual cycles, or of the memorized cycle or ISO program
Two-dimensional wire frame or cutting-path graphics
Side or end face view, or display of the (unrolled) lateral surface
Detail magnification and reduction (zoom)
Analysis of the machining time
Calculation of the machining times and idle times
Recognition of the switching commands triggered by the CNC
Display of the individual times per cycle or per tool change for ISO programs
Communication/data exchange
Via the networks common under Windows 98
Dialog languages
German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Czech
 
 
Technical Data
Design type
Contouring control with integrated motor control
2 controlled axes X/Z, controlled spindle and 1 driven tool
Display
Integrated 10.4“ color flat-panel display with TFT technology
Spindle load display
Detailed graphic support for data entry
Plain-language error messages
Program memory Hard disk
Input resolution and display step
X axis: 0.5 m, diameter: 1 m
Z axis: 1 m
C axis: 0.001
Interpolation Line
  Circle
In 2 main axes (max. 10 m)
In 2 axes (radius max. 100 m)
Feed rate
Max. 9.999 m/min or max. 9.999 mm/rev.
Constant cutting speed
Thread feed rate up to max. 99.999 m/rev.
Feed rate with chip breaking
Rapid traverse up to max. 99.999 m/min
Spindle 0 to 9999 rpm
Axis control
Integrated digital drive control for synchronous and asynchronous motors
Position loop pulse: = 6 ms
Speed control: = 0.6 ms
Current control: = 0.1 ms
Error compensation
Backlash
Ballscrew pitch error
Inclination angle of a misaligned axis
Temperature
Integrated PLC
512 KB program memory
124 KB data memory
Data interface
V.24, max 38.4 kilobits/s
V.11, max 38.4 kilobits/s
Ethernet 10 MBit
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
0 C to 45 C (32 F to 113 F)
20 C to 70 C (–4 F to 158 F)
   

 

 

 

 
 

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