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4-Akselisen työstökoneen postprosessorin ja konesimulointimallin luominen

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4-Akselisen työstökoneen postprosessorin ja konesimulointimallin luominen

The aim of the thesis was to provide a postprocessor, a coordinate rotation subprogram and a full machine simulation model to the machine laboratory of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences. The CNC-machine, which was selected for the task, was a Kitamura HX500i horizontal machining centre. The machine laboratory at Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences did not have a simulation model, when making programs to Kitamura horizontal machining centre with NX CAM. Simulation would make CAM-programming much easier and reduce collisions when operating the real machining centre, because the machine centre’s motions could be checked in advance. The coordinate rotation subprogram reduces time and work, when it is necessary to rotate the fourth axis (B-axis) and continue machining from a different angle. Because of the coordinate rotation, machining can be done with only one zero point definition (G54) which can be rotated, transferred to another angle or workpiece than the original workpiece. The thesis described the whole process when making the postprocessor, the simulation model, and the coordinate rotation, and combined them to an integrated solution. As a result of the thesis the machine laboratory got a simulation model for Kitamura HX500i and a coordinate rotation subprogram O0800 with the postprocessor. Gcode was tested with the simulation model, and after that the coordinate rotation was tested with a real machining centre with success.

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