FPS Training Scheme - Training Courses for Universal Milling and Drilling Machines

FPS do not only supply machines or parts, we also provide knowledge around the technology if required. In seminars that are related to the real world, we will train you in an efficient way and condition you to be able to successfully manage manufacturing processes.

Training Offerings

Our training offerings include dedicated CNC training courses that are complemented by hands-on exercises. In these exercises, the theoretical knowledge gained is translated right at the machine or at the control system.

Upon request, we also offer customised individual training courses in addition to the standard training courses.

Any training courses may take place in our FPS Training Centre or at your place. Please find our current training scheme and professional contacts here.

Training course for CNC machine operators

Contents of the training course

  • Operating the control system,
  • File management,
  • Tool table,
  • Path correction,
  • Instructions for approaching and moving away,
  • Linear and circular interpolation,
  • Recurrent execution of program segments,
  • Subroutine technique,
  • Zero offset,
  • Rotating the coordinate system,
  • Mirroring,
  • Cycles for drilling and milling,
  • Point pattern on lines and circle,
  • Contour pocket,
  • Polar coordinates,
  • Entering a program,
  • Test run using the control system graphic,
  • Executing a program on the milling machine,
  • Suspend machining – correct a program,
  • Optional program start (block scan),
  • Data backup.

Target audience

CNC machine programmers and operators

Training course objective

  • Operating the machine and control system.
  • Based on workpiece drawings, the students are able to create, test, and run programs.

HEIDENHAIN TNC 320 training course

Programming in HEIDENHAIN plain text dialogue

Contents of the training course

  • Operating the control system,
  • File management,
  • Tool table – TOOL.T,
  • Path correction – APPR/DEP,
  • Instructions for approaching and moving away,
  • Chamfering – CHF,
  • Rounding – RND,
  • Linear and circular interpolation,
  • Recurrent execution of program segments,
  • Subroutine technique,
  • Zero offset,
  • Rotating the coordinate system,
  • Mirroring,
  • Cycles for drilling and milling,
  • Point pattern on lines and circle,
  • Contour pocket, SL cycle,
  • Polar coordinates – LP / CP,
  • Entering a program,
  • Test run using the control system graphic,
  • Executing a program on the milling machine,
  • Suspend machining – correct a program,
  • Optional program start (block scan),
  • Data backup.

Target audience

CNC machine programmers and operators

Training course objective

Based on workpiece drawings, the students are able to create programs in HEIDENHAIN plain text dialogue and test and run the programs.

Dialog 4 training course

Dialog 4 programming

Contents of the training course

  • Operating the control system,
  • File management,
  • Tool table,
  • Path correction,
  • Instructions for approaching and moving away,
  • Chamfering,
  • Rounding,
  • Linear and circular interpolation,
  • Recurrent execution of program segments,
  • Subroutine technique,
  • Zero offset,
  • Rotating the coordinate system,
  • Mirroring,
  • Cycles for drilling and milling,
  • Point pattern on lines and circle,
  • Contour pocket,
  • Polar coordinates,
  • Entering a program,
  • Test run using the control system graphic,
  • Executing a program on the milling machine,
  • Suspend machining – correct a program,
  • Optional program start (block scan),
  • Data backup.

Target audience

CNC machine programmers and operators

Training course objective

Based on workpiece drawings, the students are able to create, test, and run programs.

Dialog 11 training course

Dialog 11 programming

Contents of the training course

  • Operating the control system,
  • File management,
  • Tool table,
  • Path correction,
  • Instructions for approaching and moving away,
  • Chamfering,
  • Rounding,
  • Linear and circular interpolation,
  • Recurrent execution of program segments,
  • Subroutine technique,
  • Zero offset,
  • Rotating the coordinate system,
  • Mirroring,
  • Cycles for drilling and milling,
  • Point pattern on lines and circle,
  • Contour pocket,
  • Polar coordinates,
  • Entering a program,
  • Test run using the control system graphic,
  • Executing a program on the milling machine,
  • Suspend machining – correct a program,
  • Optional program start (block scan),
  • Data backup.

Target audience

CNC machine programmers and operators

Training course objective

Based on workpiece drawings, the students are able to create, test, and run programs.

 

Any questions on our training courses?

Michael Scheuböck
08024 / 9905-13