FANUC CNC Education Simulator
Portable and affordable training solution on ‘real’ FANUC hardware.
The FANUC CNC simulator is a perfect addition to the classroom and an essential component to gain maximum exposure to FANUC CNC controls when actual machine time is limited. Based on the FANUC 0iF platform, the simulator will allow you at power on to switch between milling and turning configurations to teach programming, navigation and operation on the world’s most popular CNC control. Simple configurations make it easy to learn how to operate and edit data on a modern FANUC control. FANUC’s MGi conversational interface allows user to graphically generate programs that can be simulated in 3D, prior to being converted back to conventional NC programs to be used on machine tools using FANUC controls. Uploading and downloading (read and punch) functions are facilitated by means of the standard Flash ATA interface and USB interface, and DNC functions are supported by Ethernet and Flash ATA card.
Designed with the classroom in mind
Students can perform operations and programming exercises away from the machine and then simply take the program to the machine. Features such as FANUC’s dual screen display are standard features, so with additional PC software instructors can replicate the screen of the simulator on a PC, via the Ethernet connection for instructor led classes on a projector.
Process-orientated conversational programming
For students advancing to a smaller job shop or tool room, user friendly MANUAL GUIDE i conversational programming simplifies and enhances their productivity. This innovative part programming operation environment focuses the student on machine operations, rather than just Gcode, allowing a job to be completed in the shortest time possible.
- Switchable mill and lathe (turning) system in one simulator
- 3-axis milling / 2-axis turning system plus one spindle
- Manual Guide i for conversational program creation and 3D simulation
- USB. Flash ATA and Ethernet connectivity
- Power: AC 100-240V
Upgrade to a Machining Simulator: The addition of an industrial PC with a software bundle which provides a virtual machine that allows the user to view the live machine movement, tooling and part machining.