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NCL Multi Axis Machining General Class

The NCL General Class is designed for students who have been CNC operators or have had experience with other CAD or CAM products, who wish to become multi-axis programmers.

The course begins by introducing the NCL interface and simple geometric modeling commands and goes on to cover pocketing, profiling, drilling and four- & five-axis milling operations.

Duration of Class - 5 days (40 Hours)

Fee of Class - $1,750.00

Pre-requisites - Basic knowledge of CNC machines and the Cartesian coordinate system.

Suggested aptitudes - 3D visualization, typing skills, and knowledge of basic geometry.

Class outline

Day 1 - The Basics

  • NCL system overview
  • NCL language basics
  • Introduction to NCL geometry
  • NCL curve and surface geometry

Day 2 - Using IGES data/Introduction to motion
  • Working with IGES models
  • Introduction to NCL tool motion
  • Defining the cutter
  • Positioning commands
  • Drilling holes

Day 3 - Creating tool motion
  • Continuous path motion

Day 4 - Tool axis commands/Macros & Loops
  • Tool axis exercise
  • Macro and loop exercise

Day 5 - Transformation/coordinate system commands
  • Postprocessor exercise
  • Q & A