Okuma G Code (Tooth Path) Programming

Okuma G Code (Tool Path) Programming(Desktop Version)
Course Length: 36 Hours
Maximum Participants:

Prerequisites: Participants should have a good basic knowledge of machining practices.
Course Description: This class will teach students the fundamentals of basic programming. Students learn Cartesian Coordinate Systems, G codes, basic M codes, word address, canned cycles, cutter radius compensation, and sub programs. Participants will be given many different examples, as well as write many programs. Safety lines and technique will also be taught. This course is applicable to Okuma OSP 5000, 5020, 7000, 700I and U10I models.
Course Outline:
  • Calculating speeds and feeds from manufacturer specifications
  • Using absolute positioning methods
  • Using a Cartesian coordinate system
  • Understanding program formats
  • Writing and editing basic programs
  • Working with sub programs
  • Working with reference planes, compensation for cutter radius and positioning
  • Working with Alpha codes, M codes and G codes