Widely adopted throughout the machine tool industry for its simplification of programming and complex machining operations, GE Fanuc’s CNC Manual Guide is keeping pace with the rapid advances in the company’s other CNC systems. A new i system is set to become a main feature on operating screens for GE Fanuc Series 16i, 18i and 21i CNCs. In addition to all capabilities previously available for lathe and milling machining (T and M versions), the i system offers a host of dynamic new facilities.

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For example, powerful part program editing provides the ability to cut and paste, or copy, a part of a program at will in a manner similar to that of conventional word processor software. Guidance messages are given as G- or M-code comments, in the form of a cursor pointing, displayed on the lower part of a screen. Also, insertion of a prefixed program is possible via a series of normal part program blocks registered as a prefixed program. Other new features include set-up guidance and animation sequencing.

GE Fanuc says that a new dual machining programming facility offers advantages to those many workshops where operators may not be familiar with both turning and milling, and where the machining motions of such dual part machining programs are difficult to check.