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TICC – Turning
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EXAMPLE OF A COST CALCULATION

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CALCULATION USING A 3D VOLUME MODEL

This example is to calculate a turned chuck part with two clamping units and attachments such as a steady rest, tailstock, measurement, etc.

Learn just how precisely and quickly your calculation for your turning parts can be completed based on the example calculation.

FUNCTION IN THE

Workflow

This workflow describes the function of the TICC module turning using an example. Get to know the work procedure and the individual work steps.

 

Loading the 3D model

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The 3D volume model of the blank and the fished part were created by construction in SAT format, but can also be read as STEP, CATIA or any other CAD models.

Automatic feature recognition

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Time calculation can be started at immediately once the blanks and finished parts are known. The part to be produced is now analysed for roughing, smoothing and penetration operations.

Additional smoothing, e.g. for fittings can be indicated by selecting the corresponding location with a click.

Cutting data are automatically suggested based on material and tool data. However, they can be adjusted at any time. The blank can also be replaced without having to indicate the processing details again. A new time is simply calculated with reference to the new blank.

Distributing processing

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Workpiece analysis cannot tell automatically from which position onwards processing must be interrupted because it can only be completed after clamping it in a new position. Therefore, it is possible to divide processing steps and to shift them accordingly in the processing sequence. This way, bilateral processing of the workpiece with clamping in a new position can be calculated.

Thread turning

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Different screw thread types special processing methods such as tailstock and steady rest positioning and returning, or knurling, measuring, changing the clamp position, etc. can be indicated, and thereby included in the time calculation.

Equipment and secondary times

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Time calculation can be started at immediately once the blanks and finished parts are known. The part to be produced is now analysed for roughing, smoothing and penetration operations.

Equipment times and secondary times may take a lot of time based on workpiece. they may also be defined or loaded.

Time calculation and data sheet

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A calculation data sheet where all processing steps and times (the, th, tn, tr) are listed is part of this, just as for milling and drilling.

Data handover and cost calculation

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Finally, the work schedule and bill of materials is used to determine a quoted price with reference to the hourly machine rates and the material costs.

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