There was different Turning cycles available in Fanuc series oi-tf. But i don't how to Create it with the help of NX CAM. If anyone knows about it pls share.
first, you have to turn the cycle output in nx turning operation.
second - try to create PP - lathe, fanuc controler.
it has it implemented g70,71,72 i think...
For certain operations, this is relatively easy (OD/ID/Face rough)
For others, it is "doable" but harder (involving a lot of TCL code in PB) (threading - G76 / G92, G276 on Mazak, etc.)
For "finish" passes, (IMHO) it's not worth it - just cut the finish pass in NX.
I don't think grooving can be done, as the required info is not there (note if you do this, the motion shown in NX may NOT match the actual motion on the machine) (if you REALLY want to do grooving, you may have to "fake" the data in NX to get the profile of the groove)
I only have experience with Post Builder, Post Configurator may be somewhat different
1) In operation in NX part, you must set the "Motion Output" (Typically found in the "Machine Control" block) to "Machine Cycle"
2) Create your PB post using one of the "specific" "Library" controls (in PB 10.0.1, Fanuc or Siemens or whatever) - so when you go to "Program & Tool Path" -> "Progam" tab -> "Canned cycles", (you may need to scroll down) you see a "Lathe Roughing" cycle under the "Bore" cycle.
You have to "intercept" all the threading motion/events, calculate your values, then output the macro.
You may be able to get some example code from GTAC (that's what I started with).
Remember, NX outputs (at least) *4* events *per thread pass* (the "engage" move, the "cut" move, the "retract" move, and the "return to starting point" move) The engage may have a couple moves (depending on infeed). So you need to process a bunch of tcl variables to see if you can even output a cycle.
This is "non-trivial", but can be done.
A partial list of variables:
mom_total_depth_finish_passes_number_of_passes ;# an array
mom_turn_thread_root_line ;# an array
mom_turn_thread_crest_line ;# an array
Hope this helps...Ken
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
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