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# KONGU ENGINEERING COLLEGE

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PERUNDURAI, ERODE - 638 052
SCHOOL OF BUILDING AND MECHANICAL SCIENCES

LABORATORY MANUAL

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
KONGU ENGINEERING COLLEGE
(Autonomous)
PERUNDURAI, ERODE - 638 052

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Date Name of the Experiment
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Initials
Con. Of
Exp. (10)
Observati
on (10)
Viva
(10)
Record
(10)
TOTAL
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EX.NO:
Date:

PART DRAWING OF SIMPLE COMPONENTS

AIM:
1. To draw the detail view of part drawing of the simple components as shown below by using pro-e
software and obtain its respective views.
2. To find the mass properties of given drawings.
COMMANDS USED:

Extrude, revolve, line, Circle, Round, Chamfer etc,

PROCEDURE:

Study the given drawing .completely and find out the front view of the given orthographic
projection.
Draw the sectional view of the front view.
Extrude the drawn section using extrude command for the given dimension.
Next select the appropriate plane and draw the other sections in similar way.
Also remove the materials where ever needed.
Using round tool we can round the edges.
Chamfering is done by the chamfer command.
Finally the part drawing is converted into the drawing format.

RESULT:

Thus the detailed view of part drawing of the simple components as shown below was drawn by using the
Pro-E software and mass properties were calculated.

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EX.NO:
Date: FLANGE COUPLING

AIM:
1. To draw the detail view of the flange coupling and assemble the parts by using the Pro-
E software and obtain its respective views.
2. To find the mass properties of the final assembly.
COMMANDS USED:
Sketch, Extrusion, Revolve, Pattern, Mate, Align, Helical Sweep, Round, Chamfer etc,.

PROCEDURE:

PART DRAWING:
FLANGE:
Draw the sectional view of the flange in the sketcher mode.
Draw the middle axis line for the purpose of using revolves command and make the flange.
Make the keyway and holes by using extrude material remove command.
Round the sharp edges of the flange by using round tool command.
SHAFT AND KEY:
Use extrude command to make the shaft and the keyway.
Use extrude command to make the key.
BOLT AND NUT:
Use the extrude command makes the bolt head and shank of the bolt.
Use the helical sweep command makes the thread in bolt shank.
Use the extrude and helical sweep command make the nut with thread.

ASSEMBLY:
Use the mate, align, insert and pattern commands to assemble the flange coupling.
DETAILED DRAWING:
Use the drawing mode makes the respective views and bill of materials.

RESULT:
Thus the Detail View of the Flange Coupling along with its respective views and mass properties
have been found.

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EX.NO:
Date: NON RETURN VALVE

AIM:
To draw the detail view of the Universal Coupling and assemble the parts by using the
Pro-E software and obtain its respective views.

COMMANDS USED:
Sketch, Extrusion, Revolve, Mate, Align, Round, Chamfer etc,.

PROCEDURE:

PART DRAWING:
BODY:
Draw the cross section of the body and revolve it.
Draw the concentric circles of the fork and remove materials.
Draw the flange part of the body and extrude it.
Valve Seat:
Use the revolve command make the Valve Seatof the Non Return Valve.
Valve:
Use the revolve command make the Valve Seatof the Non Return Valve.
ASSEMBLY:
Use the mate, align, insert and pattern commands to assemble the Non Return Valve.
DETAILED DRAWING:
Use the drawing mode makes the respective views and bill of materials.

RESULT:
Thus the Detail View of the Non Return Valveand the its respective views has been
drawn.

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EX.NO:
Date: PIPE VICE

AIM:
To draw the detail view of the Pipe Viceand assemble the parts by using the pro-e
software and obtain its respective views.

COMMANDS USED:
Sketch, Extrusion, Revolve, Pattern, Mate, Align, Helical Sweep, Round, Chamfer etc,

PROCEDURE:

PART DRAWING:
PIPE BASE:
Using Extrude command the Pipe Base of the Pipe Vice has been drawn.
MOVABLE JAW:
Using Extrude command the Movable Jaw of the Pipe Vice has been drawn.
SET SCREW:
Using Revolve and Extrude Set Screw of the Pipe Vice has been drawn.
HANDLE BAR:
Using Revolve command the Handle Bar has been drawn.
HANDLE BAR CAP:
Using Revolve command the Handle Bar Caphas been drawn.

ASSEMBLY AND DETAILED DRAWING:
Using the Assembly and Drawing mode to make the respective views and bill of
materials.

RESULT:
Thus the Detail View of the Pipe Vice and its respective views has been drawn.

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EX.NO:
DATE: STUFFING BOX

AIM:
To draw the detail view of the Stuffing Boxand assemble the parts by using the pro-e
software and obtain its respective views.

COMMANDS USED:
Sketch, Extrusion, Revolve, Pattern, Mate, Align, Helical Sweep, Round, Chamfer etc,

PROCEDURE:

PART DRAWING:
CYLINDER:
Using Extrude, Cut and Round Commands the cylinder has been drawn.
NUT:
Using Extrude, Cut and Round Commands the nut has been drawn.
GLAND BUSH:
Using Extrude and Cut Commands the gland bush has been drawn.
PISTON ROD:
Using Extrude and Cut Commands the piston rod has been drawn.
PACKING:
Using Revolve command the packing has been drawn.

ASSEMBLY AND DETAILED DRAWING:
Using the Assembly and Drawing mode to make the respective views and bill of
materials.

RESULT:
Thus the Detail View of the Stuffing Box and the its respective views has been drawn.

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EX NO:
Date:
STUDY OF SPECIFICATIONS OF CNC LATHE AND MILLING
MACHINE
CNC LATHE
SPECIFICATIONS
Make: HMT
Model: CNC T-70
Control system: Hinumeric
Axis: 2(X,Y,)
Year of purchase: 1991
Cost: Rs.2,92,399.80
Machine Specifications
1. Height of centres: 70mm
2. Distance between centres: 310mm
3. Swing over bed: 100 mm
4. Swing over cross slide: 60mm
5. Traverse of cross slide: 55mm
1. Spindle Taper MT 2
2. Hole through work spindle 16mm
3. Spindle range 50-3200 RPM
4. Out put power 0.3 Kw
Tail Stock
1. Spindle Diameter 22mm
2. Spindle Taper MT 2
3. Sleeve stroke 35mm
Feed Rate
1. Rapid traverse 700mm/min
2. Auto feed rate 1-699mm/min
CNC System Features
Standard preparatory and miscellaneous codes.
Linear & Circular Interpolations
200 blocks of storable part program
Program editing facility
Inch/Metric Mode of input
Absolute/incremental method of programming
Feed programmable in per minute & per revolution
Position preset possible
10 tool offset possible
Subroutine programming
Digital display of spindle speed

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Alarm messages during fault conditions
Display of programs and axes positions
RS 232 C Serial Port
Home Cycle
Optional Features
1. Alphanumeric CRT display
2. DNC interface
3. Graphics with DNC interface
4. Magnetic cassette recorder for multiprogramming storage.

EX.NO:
Date:
CNC MACHINING CENTRE

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Make: HMT
Model: VMC 200 T
Control system: Hinumeric
Axis: 3 (X,Y,Z)
Year of purchase: 1992
Cost: Rs.4,65,347.30

Main Specifications:

1. Table Size: 420x125mm
2. Max. Job weight: 20Kg.

Axes Travel Ranges:

1. Longitudinal (Table): 200mm
3. Vertical: (Spindle): 200mm
4. Distance from spindle nose To Table top : 25-225mm
5. Distance from spindle centre line to column : 155mm
6. Spindle Centre to table top (Horizontal mode) 114-314mm

Spindle

1. Spindle nose: ISO 30
2. Spindle motor: 0.44 Kw
3. Speed Range: 200-2000 RPM (Infinitely Variable)
4. Tool change: Manual with CNC prompting
5. No. of tools: 8 Nos
6. Axis drive: Through stepper motor 1.8 step angle, on all the 3 axes.
7. Machine weight including CNC system: 200 Kg
8. Overall machine dimensions with control system: 1800x1000x800mm

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Date:
JOBBER XL CNC LATHE
SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity
Distance between centres mm 425
Maximum turning dia. mm 270
Maximum turning length mm 400

Main Spindle
Spindle nose mm A2-5
Bore thro spindle mm 47
Bar capacity mm 25
Chuck size mm 165
Front bearing bore mm 80
Spindle motor rated power kW 5.5/7.5
(Continuous rating/30 min. rating)
Speed range (inf. Variable) rpm 50 4000
Full power range rpm 1000 3000

Axes Slides
X axis stroke mm 140
Z axis stroke mm 400
Feed rate (inf. Variable) mm/min 0 10000
Rapid traverse rate: X axis m / min. 20
Rapid traverse rate: Z axis m / min. 20

Tailstock
Quill diameter mm 80
Quill stroke mm 100
Taper in quill MT4
Tailstock base travel mm 235

Turret
No. of stations 8
Maximum boring bar dia mm 40

Weight (approx.) kg 4000

Year of purchase: 2003
Cost: Rs. 16,57,700.00

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Date:

L Mill55 CNC VERTICAL MACHINING CENTRE

MAKE: LAKSHMI MACHINE WORKS LTD,
MACHINE TOOL DIVISION,
COIMBATORE.

TECHNICAL DATA:
Table size mm 900 x 430
Axes traverse (X x Y x Z) mm 575 x 410 x 460
Spindle centre to column face mm 655
Spindle nose to table top mm 140 600
Table top to floor mm 1000
Maximum load on table kgs 400

Rapid rate (X / Y / Z) mtrs/min 36 x 36 x 20

Spindle speed range std. rpm 150 6000
Spindle motor power(cont./15min.) kW 7.5 / 11
Spindle taper type BT40
Tools in ATC nos. 20
Max. tooldia / length mm 80/125
Max. tool weight kgs 8
Tool change time (tool to tool) secs. 2.5

Machine size (front x side x height) mm 2310 x 2850 x 3140
Floor space required (approx.) m sq. 6.6
Machine Weight kgs. 4300
CNC system type Fanuc Oi Mate-MC
Positioning Accuracy (X,Y& Z) mm 0.01
Repeatability mm 0.003

Cost Rs. 24,53,069/-
Date of purchase -- 10.03.2007

Year of purchase: 2007
Cost: Rs. 24,53,069.00

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EX.NO:
Date:

STUDY OF G CODES M CODES USED IN CNC LATHE HMT CNC- T70

G CODES
G00 RAPID TRAVERSE POSITIONING
G01 LINEAR INTERPOLATION
G02 CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION CLOCKWISE
G03 CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION COUNTER CLOCKWISE
G04 DWELL
G25 PROGRAM TRANSFER FROM SYSTEM.
G26 PROGRAM TRANSFER TO SYSTEM
G37 SUBROUTINE CALL
G38 SUBROUTINE START
G39 SUBROUTINE END
G66 CASSETTE SAVE
G67 CASSETTE SEARCH
G70 INCH MODE
G71 METRIC MODE
G81 TURNING CYCLE
G83 DRILLING WITH DWELL
G90 ABSOLUTE PROGRAMMING
G91 INCREMENTAL PROGRAMMING
G92 PROGRAM PRESET
G94 FEED PER MINUTE
G95 FEED PER REVOLUTION

M CODES
M00 PROGRAM STOP
M02 PROGRAM END
M30 PROGRAM END AND REWIND

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Date:
VMC 200 T MACHINING CENTRE

G CODES
G00 RAPID TRAVEERSE POSITIONING
G01 LINEAR INTERPOLATION
G02 CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION CLOCKWISE
G03 CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION COUNTER CLOCKWISE
G04 DWELL
G17 INTERPOLATION X-Y PLANE
G18 INTERPOLATION X-Z PLANE
G19 INTERPOLATION Y-Z PLANE
G25 PROGRAM TRANSFER FROM SYSTEM
G26 PROGRAM TRANSFER TO SYSTEM
G37 SUBROUTINE CALL
G38 SUBROUTINE START
G39 SUBROUTINE END
G40 CUTTER COMPONSATION CANCEL
G41 CUTTER COMPONSATION LEFT
G42 CUTTER COMPONSATION RIGHT
G66 CASSETTE SAVE
G67 CASSETTE SEARCH
G70 INCH MODE
G71 METRIC MODE
G80 CANNED CYCLE CANCEL
G82 DRILLING CYCLE
G83 DRILLING WITH DWELL CYCLE
G84 PECK DRILL/WITHDRAWL CYCLE
G85 BORING CYCLE
G86 PCD DRILLING CYCLE
G88 RECTANGULAR MILLING CYCLE
G89 CIRCULAR MILLING CYCLE
G90 ABSOLUTE PROGRAMMING
G91 INCREMENTAL PROGRAMMING
G92 PROGRAM PRE SET

M CODES
M00 PROGRAM STOP
M02 END OF PROGRAM
M03 SPINDLE START CW
M04 SPINDLE START CCW
M05 SPINDLE STOP
M06 TOOL CHANGE PROMPTING
M30 END OF PROGRAM &REWIND

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G-CODES

G00: POSITIONING
G01: LINEAR INTERPOLATION
G02: CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION CW
G03: CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION CCW
G04: DWELL
G10: OFF SET VALUE SETTING (O)
G20: INCH
G21: METRIC
G22: STORED STROKE CHECK ON (O)
G23: STORED STROKE CHECK OFF (O)
G25: SPINDLE SPEED DETECT OFF
G26: SPINDLE SPEED DETECT ON
G27: REF. POINT RETURN CHECK
G28: REF. POINT RETURN
G30: 2
ND
(3,4) REF. POINT RETURN
G31: SKIP CUTTING
G36: AUTO TOOL OFF STE X-AXIS (O)
G37: AUTO TOOL OFF SET Z-AXIS (O)
CANCEL
LEFT (O)
RIGHT (O)
G54: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G55: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G56: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G57: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G65: MACRO CALL (O)
G68: DOUBLE TURRETS MIRROR ON (O)
G69: DOUBLE TURRETS MIRROR OFF
G70: FINISHING CYCLE (O)
G71: ROUGH CUTTING (TURNING) (O)
G72: ROUGH CUTTING (FACING) (O)
G73: ROUGH CUTTING (PROFILE) (O)
G74: GROOVING (FACING) (O)
G75: GROOVING TURNING (O)
G76: THREAD CUTTING CYCLE (MULTI) (O)
G77: TURNING CYCLE
G79: FACING CYCLE
G90: ABSOLUTE

G91: INCREMENTAL
G92: COORDINATE SYSTEM SETTING
OR
MAX. SPINDLE SPEED SETTING
G94: PER MINUTE FEED
G95: PER REVOLUTION FEED
G96: CONSTANT SURFACE SPEED (O)
G97: REVOLUTION PER MINUTE (RPM)

M-CODES

M00: PROGRAM STOP
M01: OPTIONAL STOP
M02: PROGRAM END AND RESTART
M03: SPINDLE ROTATION CW
M04: SPINDLE ROTATION CCW
M05: SPINDLE STOP
M07: COOLANT ON
M09: COOLANT OFF
M10: CHUCK DECLAMP
M11: CHUCK CLAMP
M16: CHUCK 1D SELECTION
M18: CHUCK 0D SELECTION
M19: SPINDLE ORIENTATION
M20: SPINDLE ORIENTATION CANCEL
M30: END OF MAIN PROGRAM
M32: TAILSTOCK QUIL FORWARD
M33: TAILSTOCK QUIL RETRACT
M35: PARTS CATCHE RETRACT
M46: DOOR OPEN
M47: DOOR CLOSE
M50: SPINDLE LOCK
M51: SPINDLE UNLOCK
M82: TAIL STOCK BODY FWD /
UNCLAMP
M83: TAILSTOCK BODY RET / CLAMP
M84: TOUCH PROBE ARM FORWARD
M85: TOUCH PROBE ARM RETRACT
M98: SUB PROGRAM CALL
M99: SUB PROGRAM END

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Date:
L Mill 55 VERTICAL MACHINIG CENTRE
G CODES
G00 Rapid positioning G74 Reverse tapping cycle
G01 Linear interpolation G76 Fine boring cycle
G02 Circular interpolation CW G80 Canned cycle cancel
G03 Circular interpolation CCW G81 Drilling cycle
G04 Dwell G82 Counter boring cycle
G09 Exact stop G83 Peck drilling cycle
G10 Data setting G84 Tapping cycle
G20 Inch input G85 Boring cycle
G21 Metric input G86 Boring cycle
G28 Zero return G87 Back boring cycle
G30 Second Reference Point G88 Boring cycle
G40 Tool nose radius compensation cancel G89 Boring cycle
G41 Tool nose radius compensation left G90 Absolute command
G42 Tool nose radius compensation right G91 Incremental command
G43 Tool length offset G98 Initial point level return (canned
cycle)
G52 Location coordinate system G99 Point R level return
G53 Machine coordinate system selection
G54 Work coordinate system 1 selection
G55 Work coordinate system 2 selection
G56 Work coordinate system 3 selection
G57 Work coordinate system 4 selection
G58 Work coordinate system 5 selection
G59 Work co ordinate system 6 selection
G73 Peck drilling cycle

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L Mill 55 VERTICAL MACHINIG CENTRE
M CODES
M00 Temporary program stop
M01 Optional stop
M02 Program end
M03 CW spindle rotation
M04 CCW spindle rotation
M05 Spindle stop
M06 Tool change
M07 Secondary coolant ON
M08 Coolant pump ON
M10 4th axis clamp
M11 4th axis unclamp
M19 Spindle oriented stop
M30 Program end and rewind
M50 Oil hole coolant on
M73 Y - Axis mirror image off
M74 Y - Axis mirror image on
M75 X - Axis mirror image off
M76 X - Axis mirror image on
M98 Sub-program call
M99 Sub-program end

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PART PROGRAMMING MANUAL

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CANNED CYCLE-G71-G76 (MULTIPLE REPETITIVE CYCLE) :
G71 STOCK REMOVAL IN TURING.
G71 U_R_;
G71 P_Q_U_W_F_;
G71 Ud Re;
G71 pnsQnfUuWwFf;
d = Depth of cut in radius
e = Tool escape / tool retraction distance
ns = Sequence number of the first block of the program which specifies the finish
figure.
nf = Sequence number of the last block of the program which specifies the finish figure.
u = Finish allowance on xaxis / diameter
F = Feed.

JOBBER XL CNC LATHE

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G-CODES
G00: POSITIONING
G01: LINEAR INTERPOLATION
G02: CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION CW
G03: CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION CCW
G04: DWELL
G10: OFF SET VALUE SETTING (O)
G20: INCH
G21: METRIC
G22: STORED STROKE CHECK ON (O)
G23: STORED STROKE CHECK OFF (O)
G25: SPINDLE SPEED DETECT OFF
G26: SPINDLE SPEED DETECT ON
G27: REF. POINT RETURN CHECK
G28: REF. POINT RETURN
G30: 2
ND
(3,4) REF. POINT RETURN
G31: SKIP CUTTING
G36: AUTO TOOL OFF STE X-AXIS (O)
G37: AUTO TOOL OFF SET Z-AXIS (O)
CANCEL
LEFT (O)
RIGHT (O)
G54: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G55: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G56: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G57: SETTABLE ZERO OFFSET
G65: MACRO CALL (O)
G68: DOUBLE TURRETS MIRROR ON (O)
G69: DOUBLE TURRETS MIRROR OFF
G70: FINISHING CYCLE (O)
G71: ROUGH CUTTING (TURNING) (O)
G72: ROUGH CUTTING (FACING) (O)
G73: ROUGH CUTTING (PROFILE) (O)
G74: GROOVING (FACING) (O)
G75: GROOVING TURNING (O)
G76: THREAD CUTTING CYCLE (MULTI) (O)
G77: TURNING CYCLE
G79: FACING CYCLE
G90: ABSOLUTE
G91: INCREMENTAL
G92: COORDINATE SYSTEM SETTING OR
MAX. SPINDLE SPEED SETTING
G94: PER MINUTE FEED
G95: PER REVOLUTION FEED
G96: CONSTANT SURFACE SPEED (O)
G97: REVOLUTION PER MINUTE (RPM)
M-CODES
M00: PROGRAM STOP
M01: OPTIONAL STOP
M02: PROGRAM END AND RESTART
M03: SPINDLE ROTATION CW
M04: SPINDLE ROTATION CCW
M05: SPINDLE STOP
M07: COOLANT ON
M09: COOLANT OFF
M10: CHUCK DECLAMP
M11: CHUCK CLAMP
M16: CHUCK 1D SELECTION
M18: CHUCK 0D SELECTION
M19: SPINDLE ORIENTATION
M20: SPINDLE ORIENTATION CANCEL
M30: END OF MAIN PROGRAM
M32: TAILSTOCK QUIL FORWARD
M33: TAILSTOCK QUIL RETRACT
M35: PARTS CATCHE RETRACT
M46: DOOR OPEN
M47: DOOR CLOSE
M50: SPINDLE LOCK
M51: SPINDLE UNLOCK
M82: TAIL STOCK BODY FWD / UNCLAMP
M83: TAILSTOCK BODY RET / CLAMP
M84: TOUCH PROBE ARM FORWARD
M85: TOUCH PROBE ARM RETRACT
M98: SUB PROGRAM CALL
M99: SUB PROGRAM END

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SPINDLE STOP
POINT/
POINT R
INITIAL VALUE
SPINDLE CW
K
BORING CYCLE (G86)

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EX.NO:
Date:
PROGRAMMING, SIMULATION AND MACHINING PROFILE TURNING USING CNC - T
70 LATHE
AIM:
To write a programme for the given component and execute the same in T70 Trainmaster Lathe.
TOOLS REQUIRED:
1. Tools 2. Aluminium shaft 3.vernier caliper
PROCEDURE
1.For the given dimensions of the work piece to be machined write the program using G codes
and M codes
2. Using the simulation software or by running the machine in test mode check the
program and if there is any error make the correction in the program.
3. Fix the work piece on the chuck
4. Move the tool to the start point of the work piece by manual mode.
5. Reset the Machine.
6. Change the machine from manual mode to single block mode or auto mode.
7. Execute the program to get the required shape of the work piece.
8. Remove the machined work piece from the chuck
PROGRAM
%
N01 G90 Absolute programming
N02 G71 Metric Mode
N03 G92 X0Z0 Program pre set
N04 G81 X-200 Z-6500 F200 (G81 Turning cycle)
N05 G81 X-400 Z-5500
N06 G81 X-600 Z-4500
N07 G81 X-800 Z-3500
N08 G81 X-1000 Z-3400
N09 G81 X-1200 Z-3300
N10 G01 X-1500 Z0
N11 G01 X-1300 Z-200
N12 G01 X-1300 Z-3000
N13 G02 X-900 Z-3500 I500 K0
N14 G01 X-400 Z-5500
N15 G01 X-400 Z-6500
N16 G01 X0 Z-6500
N17 G01 Z0
N18 M30
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Result
The part program for producing the given model is written and the given aluminium work
piece is machined to the given dimension.

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CNC Lathe: T70
1.Profile Turning using CNC - T 70 lathe
Profile Turning 1

CNC Lathe: T70
2. Profile Turning using CNC - T 70 latheProfile Turning
2

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Date:

PROGRAMMING, SIMULATION AND MACHINING PROFILE TURNING AND
THREAD CUTTING USING ACE JOBBER XL CNC LATHE

AIM:
To write a programme for the given component and execute the same in ACE Jobber XL
Lathe.
TOOLS REQUIRED:
1. Tool 2. Mild Steel shaft 3.Micro meter 4. Vernier
PROCEDURE:
1.For the given dimensions of the work piece to be machined write the program using
G codes and M codes
2. Using the simulation software or by running the machine in test mode check the
Program and if there is any error make the correction in the program.
3. Fix the work piece on the chucks.
4. Move the tool to the start point of the work piece by manual mode.
5. Reset the Machine.
6. Change the machine from manual mode to single block mode or auto mode.
7. Execute the program to get the required shape of the work piece.
8. Remove the machined work piece from the chuck.
PROGRAM: (Z)
%O0004
T0000
G21

(FACING)
G0T0801
G97S1200M04
G0X55.0Z0M07
G99G1X-1.0F0.2
G0Z2.0

(OD TURNING)

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G92S1250M04
G96S210
X51.0
Z1.0
G71U1.0R2.0
G71P1Q3U0.2W0.12F0.15
N1G0X21.0
G01X21.0Z0
G1X25.0Z-2.0
Z-30.0
G2X35.0Z-35.0R5.0
G1X43.0Z-55.0
Z-65.0
N3X51.0
G97M09
T0000
G00X0Z0

(FINISHING)
T0402
G92S1200M04
G96S240
X55.0Z2.0M07
G70P1Q3F0.1
G97M09
T0000
G28U0W0

T0304;
G00X0Z-100.0;
G97S100M04;
G00X25.0Z5.0;
G76P020060Q200R100;
G76X23.268Z-25.0P866Q400F1.0;
S0T0000;
G0X0Z-100.0M09;
M05
M30

RESULT:
The part program for the given model is written and the given Component is
machined to the given dimension.

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Profile Turning
2

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EX.NO:
Date:
PROGRAMMING, SIMULATION AND MACHINING LETTER MILLING
USING CNC VMC 200 T
AIM:
To write a programme for the given component and execute the same in
VMC200T Trainmaster.
TOOLS REQUIRED:
1. Tools 2. Aluminium shaft 3.vernier caliper
PROCEDURE:
1.For the given dimensions of the work piece to be machined write the program using G
codes and M codes
2. Using the simulation software or by running the machine in test mode check the
program and if there is any error make the correction in the program.
3. Fix the work piece on the vice.
4. Move the tool to the start point of the work piece by manual mode.
5. Reset the Machine.
6. Change the machine from manual mode to single block mode or auto mode.
7. Execute the program to get the required shape of the work piece.
8. Remove the machined work piece from the vice.
PROGRAM:
%
N01 G90
N02 M03S200
N03 G17
N04 G01 X2000 Y5000 F80
N05 G18
N06 G01Z-500
N07 G17
N08 G01 Y2000
N09 G18
N10 G01 Z500
N11 G17
N12 G01 Y3500
N13 G18
N14 G01 Z-500

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N15 G17
N16 G01 X5000 Y5000
N17 G18
N18 G01 Z500
N19 G17
N20 G01 X3000 Y4000
N21 G18
N22 G01 Z-500
N23 G17
N24 G01 X5000 Y2000
N25 G18
N26 G01 Z500
N27 G17
N28 G01 X9000 Y5000
N29 G18
N30 G01 Z-500
N31 G17
N32 G01 X6000 Y5000
N33 G01 Y2000
N34 G01 X9000
N35 G18
N36 G01 Z500
N37 G17
N38 G01 X6000 Y3500
N39 G18
N40 G01 Z-500
N41 G17
N42 G01 X8000
N43 G18
N44 G01 Z500
N45 G17
N46 G01 X12600 Y2500
N47 G18
N48 G01 Z-500
N49 G17
N50 G02 X12600 Y4500 I-1100 J1000
N51 G18
N52 G01 Z500
N53 G17
N54 G01 X0Y0
N55 M30
%
RESULT:
The part program for producing the given model is written and the given aluminium work
piece is machined to the given dimension.

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CNC Milling: 200T
Letter Milling-1 using VMC 200 T

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EX.NO:
Date:
PROGRAMMING, SIMULATION AND PECK DRILLING & BORING
USING CNC LMILL 55 VERTICAL MACHINING CENTRE
AIM:
To write a programme for machining the given Component and execute the same
in L MILL55 Vertical Machining Centre.
TOOLS REQUIRED:
1. Tool 2. Mild Steel shaft 3.Micro meter 4. Vernier
PROCEDURE:
1.Study the Drawing Carefully to plan for the Machining operations.
2. Use the Man Machine Interface to Programme for the given Geometry
3. Set the job and the offset for the given Workpiece.
4. Use the Processor for the operation sequence and set the parameters of the operation
5. Select all the operations for the Simulation purpose and execute the program and verify
the same in L MILL55 Vertical Machining Centre.
6. Execute the Program and Remove the work piece from the Clamp.
PROGRAM:

O0020 (PECK DRILLING & BOARING);

N01
G0G91G28Z0
G28X0Y0
T04 (Centre drill)
M06
M03S800
G0G56G40G49X0Y0Z10.0
G01Z-10.0F5.0
G0Z0
M05

N02
G0G91G28Z0
G28X0Y0
T05(Drill dia 10.2mm)
M06
M03S800

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G0G57G40G49X0Y0Z0
G95G98G83X0Y0Z-140.0R-100.Q5.0F5.0
G80
M05
G91G28Z0

N03
T08 (U Drill dia22mm)
M06
M03S600
G0G58G40G49X0Y0Z0
G95G98G83X0Y0Z-140.R-100.Q5.F5.0
G80
M05
G91G28X0Y0

N4
T10 (Boring bar dia23)
M06
M03S800
G0G90G59G40G49X0Y0Z0
G95G98G86X0Y0Z-140.R-100.F5.0
M05
G80
G91G28Z0
G28X0Y0
M30

RESULT:
The part program for the given model is written and the given Component is
machined to the given dimension.

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EX.NO:
Date:
NC CODE GENERATION USING MASTER CAM LATHE

AIM:

To generate the NC codes for given profile operation in master CAM lathe

COMMANDS USED:

Lines, Fillet, Tool Path , operation, job Setup.

PROCEDURE:

1. Using lines command draw the basic given profile in the editor by using Multi
points option.
2. Use fillet wherever needed.
3. Select Tool Path -> Rough -> Chain and select the lines at each extreme.
4. Then choose Tool path -> Job setup -> Boundary -> Parameters -> OD and Length.
5. Select Done.

CODE GENERATION :

1. Select Operation ->Regen Path -> Verify (iso) -> Post.
2. To get the code select Save.

RESULT:
Thus for given profile the NC code has been generated using master cam
lathe.

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EX.NO:
Date:
NC CODE GENERATION USING MASTER CAM LATHE

AIM:

To generate the NC codes for given profile operation in master CAM lathe

COMMANDS USED:

Lines, Fillet, Tool Path , operation, job Setup.

PROCEDURE:
1. Select Create ->Rectangle ->I point ->Enter width and height in the dialog box which
appears.
2. Select Main menu ->Tool Path ->Contour or Pocketing ->Chain ->Select the required
items and click on OK.
3. select Tool Path dialog box give the tool diameter and depth.
4. Select .fob Setup ->Enter x, y, z values and click on OK.

CODE GENERATION :

1. Select Operation ->Regen Path -> Verify (iso) -> Post.
2. To get the code select Save.

RESULT:
Thus for given profile the NC code has been generated using Master CAM Mill.

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