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N10 G71
N20 G01 X0 Z0
N30 G01 X98 Z0
N40 G03 X100 Z-1 I0 K-1
N50 G01 X100 Z-9.5
N60 G02 X101 Z-10 I0.5 K0
N70 G01 X125 Z-10
N80 G03 X127 Z-11 I0 K-1
N90 G01 X127 Z-49
N100 G03 X125 Z-50 I-1 K0
N110 G01 X101 Z-50
N120 G02 X100 Z-50.5 I0 K-0.5
N130 G01 X100 Z-59
N140 G03 X98 Z-60 I-1 K0
N150 G01 X0 Z-60
N160 M30

N10 G71
N20 G01 X0 Z0
N30 G01 X105.4 Z0
N40 G03 X107.4 Z-1 I0 K-1
N50 G01 X107.4 Z-22
N60 G02 X107.4 Z-23 I0 K0.414
N70 G01 X0 Z-23
N80 M30

N10 G71
N20 G01 X0 Z0
N30 G01 X107.4 Z0
N40 G01 X138.4 Z0
N50 G01 X156.574 Z-0.795
N60 G03 X158.4 Z-1.791 I-0.087 K-0.996
N70 G01 X158.4 Z-16.209
N80 G03 X156.574 Z-17.205 I-1 K0
N90 G01 X138.4 Z-18
N100 G01 X107.4 Z-18
N110 G01 X0 Z-18
N120 M30
Creating the NC data:
For manufacturing the designed rolls by a CNC-lathe, there are three different ways dependent on the existing equipment:
  • NC-Code: The contour of the rolls is stored in form of G01 and G02/G03 machine commands (DIN 66025). After transferring to the machine control the program can be completed and simulated.
  • DXF: The drawing of the rolls is stored in DXF-format with polylines. After transferring to an NC programming system the machine program can be created.
  • Corner points: The print protocol of the roll corner points (width, diameter and radius) is very useful for manual programming older machines without interface capabilities.

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