2017 Training Schedule for CNC Turning Centers

Scheduled courses are offered free of charge to customers

Customers who would like to attend any of these training classes must complete and submit the MCC Training Class Registration Form at least three weeks prior to the course date to reserve a place in the class.

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Classes

Classes will be conducted in the Marubeni Citizen-Cincom Training Facilities at these locations:

Allendale, NJ

Fountain Valley, CA

Elk Grove Village, IL

Agawam, MA

Classes begin no later than 9:15 AM and end at 4:00 PM every day.

Classes are subject to cancellation due to poor registration interest.

For all machines not listed:

Training can be scheduled at Marubeni Citizen-Cincom at $950 per day per class or at customer’s facility at our normal service rate.

Curricula

Programming Training Curriculum

 

Who should attend: These classes are geared toward non-Swiss type CNC programmers. We expect most in the class to have written multiple running programs for other CNC machines and now desire to know how to write programs for the specific class model machine. 1st time Swiss programmers are common in this class. Also many experienced Cincom programmers do attend to brush up on today’s programming techniques!

 

Swiss Concept – It is difficult to teach programming without some core fundamentals reviewed

MC-Data review – An in-depth review of how the control uses the Citizen proprietary MC-Data information

Mode Selection – Deeply instruct all G600 command mode selection codes used on the specific machine of the class

Program Beginning and safety/start process

Program Ending with barfeed and ending codes

Class will review/write a program together to learn programming basics

Review many other programming codes and processes like peck drilling, threading, milling, and others

Time permitting, attendees will write a program for a class part print and dry run or sometimes run their part

This is a programming class but the class will see setup of collet and guide bushing adjustment along with tool setting to understand the entire process.

Advanced Applications Curriculum

 

Who should attend: First time or new programmers should not attend. These classes are geared toward Cincom Swiss type CNC programmers who have written multiple programs and performed multiple part setups. The attendee should know all the basics. We will review many in-depth topics and perform some of them on demo machines in house.

 

Spindle Synchronization in depth

Multiple Parts per chucking / and why!

MC-Data review – An in-depth review of how the control uses the Citizen proprietary MC-Data information and how to use it in programming

Mode Selection – Mainly review the less-used modes like G620 and G640

Macro programming review. How and when you might use a macro.

Gun Drilling review

Thread whirling

  • Milling Interpolation(G12.1)
  • Cylindrical Plane (G16/G7)
  • Angular Interpolation (G950/G173) Angled tools programming
  • Long parts re-chucking
  • Servo torque sensing and some unique ways to use it
  • B-Axis commands when and why
  • others

Maintenance Training
Curriculum

 

Who should attend: These classes are geared toward maintenance staff. We expect most in the class have basic knowledge of ballscrews and bearings and CNC concepts of axis alignment and desire how to do it on the class specific model. New to maintenance staff can attend but some topics take years to learn and can’t be expected to be known from one class!

 

Swiss Concepts Review –Quick review of how it works!

Machine axis and tooling alignment will be reviewed. Physical alignment and also including what we call axis Grid Shift adjustment and fine adjustment of hidden tool pocket data. The class will use indicators and perform these settings.

Axis checks of backlash and motion review

Guide Bushing bearing check spindle checks

Review a Guide Bushing Bearing replacement along with proper loading of the new bearings

Review ballscrew replacement and proper loading of ballscrews

Review how to read I/O signals and the class will see how switches and signals can be checked

Control Backup SRAM and others

Regular Preventative Maintenance review

Accommodations

Scheduled courses are offered free of charge to customers. However, customers are required to pay for their own travel-related expenses.

Special rates are available for Marubeni Citizen-Cincom customers in NJ, IL, and MA. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer special rates to hotels near the CA office. Please call one of the hotels listed below for rate information.

Allendale, NJ

Fountain Valley, CA

Elk Grove Village, IL

Agawam, MA

Best Western Ramsey

 

Doubletree Hotel Mahwah

 

Homewood Suites by Hilton Mahwah

Residence Inn by Marriott
Huntington Beach Fountain Valley

 

Courtyard Costa Mesa South Coast Metro

Holiday Inn Chicago
Elk Grove

 

Country Inn & Suites

 

Wyndham Garden Elk Grove Village/O'Hare

Candlewood Suites

 

Sheraton Springfield

 

Holiday Inn Springfield-Enfield

Contact

Should you have any further questions regarding course content, availability or travel directions, please contact our Service Coordinator at the local office.

Allendale, NJ

Fountain Valley, CA

Elk Grove Village, IL

Agawam, MA

Contact:

Myrna Forman
201-818-0100

Contact:

Lisa Gmerek
714-434-6224

Contact:

Nancy Weaver
847-364-9060

Contact:

Noreen Warner
413-786-6655

Marubeni Citizen-Cincom, Inc.

40 Boroline Road

Allendale, NJ 07401

Phone: 201-818-0100

Fax: 201-818-1877

Parts Fax: 201-818-1816