Conversely, there are many technologies that work well together—so well, in fact, that one could believe the technologies were designed with each other in mind.
Cold Root Rolling (CRR) is becoming a more widely used industrial process due to its high success rate and adaptability to different equipment. CJ Winter’s CRR Tool is a self-contained tooling system well-known in the industry for its versatility. This tool can easily integrate with diverse machines, even those that use EIA standard Fanuc style G-codes.
Fanuc America has been a leading figure in CNC controls since the 1970s. G-codes—programmable commands used by manufacturing machines—have been standardized for over 30 years, but remain close to the Fanuc style structure.
Depending on the application, G-codes can provide several layers of control when integrated with our CRR Tool. CJ Winter's new "How It Works" guide, Cold Root Rolling with Fanuc and G-Code, provides insight on this mutually beneficial integration.
What You’ll Learn From this Guide
This guide will touch on the history of the G-code programming language and explain the Fanuc style G-codes used to control CNC machines. You will learn about these automated style G-codes and the situations they are utilized in:
- Thread Cycle (G32) – Basic command for controlling feed rate and synchronization of the tooling
- Threading Canned Cycle (G76) – Used for running various command blocks in a single structure
- Threading Cycle (G92) – Canned cycle command for controlling the depth of each threading pass
For more information on CJ Winter’s CRR Tool and its capabilities with Fanuc-controlled CNC machines, obtain a copy of this guide or contact us today.