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Haas NGC: Locating Part Zero on the Mill describes important considerations for selecting and setting part zero on the Haas Next Generation Control (NGC) mill. Part zero is the origin, or starting point, of a CNC part program and must be accurate in order to successfully perform a machining operation. Machinists use a variety of tools and strategies to locate part zero. Tools and devices used to locate part zero include edge finders, dial test indicators, 3D sensors, and probing systems.

After taking this course, machinists will understand effective methods for selecting and setting part zero on various parts and part features. Utilizing best practices for selecting and setting part zero improves machining efficiency and reduces nonproductive time during part setup processes.

  • Difficulty: Intermediate

  • Format: Online

  • Number of Lessons: 17

  • Language: English

  • 30 Day Access from Date of Purchase

Haas NGC: Locating Program Zero on the Mill 211

SKU: 310110
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