The new TNC7 control supports the user from initial design to the finished workpiece, from one-off jobs to serial production, from simple slots to complex contours and from machine setup to program execution.
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The quick-response editor features intuitive operation, with various shortcuts and a clear folder structure. Use the new "NC sequences" feature to store any programming steps as favorite building blocks.
Intuitive operation of highly complex applications? Now it's possible, directly on the touchscreen. Many integrated solutions for standard tasks simplify your daily work. In fact, the entire user guidance system is designed around this idea! For example, use the newly developed probing cycles to be guided systematically through the probing process.
Assistance throughout the machining process
The TNC7 makes machining even easier, for everything from programming to program validation and from machine setup to actual machining. The TNC7 provides you with task-focused support and thoughtfully designed solutions at every stage along the way, from initial design to the finished workpiece. Take the graphical programming feature: you draw the workpiece directly on the touchscreen, and the TNC7 then converts your drawing into Klartext, all at the highest computing speeds.
Enjoy a customizable user interface
The TNC7 can be customized: You store favorites and decide for yourself where the status information is shown on the dashboard or in the workspaces. You can choose this for your entire shop, for separate teams, or for each individual user. As a result, you always see exactly what is needed at the moment, making the machine much easier to operate every step of the way.
Complete process reliability
With the TNC7, DCM (Dynamic Collision Monitoring) is entering the next generation. DCM does more than prevent collisions between machine components and tools. It also allows workholding equipment in 3D file formats to be imported, monitored, and, thanks to a new cycle, easily aligned with graphical support.