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Calypso. Prerequisite. General Information. Adjustments. EDM. File Conf.dat. Example. Interfaces. Supported EDM Systems. The user needs: The offset and the rotation of an electrode (A) to a chuck (B). What the user makes available: a high-exact chuck on the CMM (B)

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Calypso

  • Prerequisite
  • General
  • Information
  • Adjustments

EDM

  • File Conf.dat
  • Example
  • Interfaces
  • Supported
  • EDM Systems
slide2

The user needs:

  • The offset and the rotation of an
  • electrode (A) to a chuck (B).
  • What the user makes available:
  • a high-exact chuck on the
  • CMM (B)
  • a same chuck in the EDM
  • machine
  • an electrode (A) with attachment
  • (C) for the chuck

C

Y

X

B

A

C

slide3

C

Y

X

  • General
  • Every CMM user can generate
  • offset Data for EDM operation
  • Case A
  • The CMM generates offset information
  • (X,Y, Z and Rotation angle C),
  • Results are entered manually into
  • EDM System
  • - Pro: no interface necessary
  • - Con: time consuming and prone to operator typing error
slide4

Case B

Step1

CMM generated offsets are transmitted automatically via interface to EDM controller.

The Special Option EDM in UMESS UX, Calypso or

ScanWarePRO main function is:

Save values of 2 different Coordinate Systems to an ASCII-file with a given file name ERODIER. EDM

slide5

Case B

  • Step 2 ( This step occurs automatically each time of arrival of
  • new file to Controller of EDM System)
  • The Program EPOST.EXE calculates from both coordinate systems the Offset X,Y.Z and Rotation Angle C and additional into an ASCII-file of selected EDM system  
  • - This EDM–file recognizes Controller of EDM System
  • The only necessary input by Operator is the Type of EDM
  • System and File-name. (EPOST.EXE acts automatically)
slide6

with Calypso

Calypso

( available > version 4.6) Establishing of 2 Coordinate System

1.

Option EDM

Operator selects:

-  --Coordinate System Chuck of

Electrode Holder

-   - Coordinate System Electrode

-   - Directory and name of output file

-    - Name of Electrode

-   - Type of EDM System

-   - Program Module to generate EDM

information

2.

3.

Calypso

Sends

ASCII-File

Erodier.edm

4.

  • Epost.exe
  • calculates contents
  • of output file
  • stores output file

Steps 4. and 5. are done automatically

5.

slide7

with Calypso

Example for input in Calypso

Preparing- 

  Assistance

  EDM –Module

Or by using Toolbox, Insert

EDM-Module in Inspection plan

Calypso

slide8

X

Example for one of the different interfaces definitions

Y0

C

Y

X0

slide9

Supported EDM Manufacturers

  • MaschName1=Charmilles
  • MaschName2=Zimmer & Kreim
  • MaschName3=Mitsubishi
  • MaschName4=SGL
  • MaschName5=Hansen
  • MaschName6=AEG Elotherm S
  • MaschName7=Makino
  • MaschName8=Agie
  • MaschName9=Maho-Hansen
  • MaschName10=Ingersoll
  • MaschName11=Walter Exeron
  • MaschName12=AEG Elotherm
  • MaschName13=Charmilles N
  • MaschName14=Jung
  • MaschName15=AGIE Evolution
  • MaschName16=EMT
  • MaschName17=Multiform
  • MaschName18=System 3R
  • MaschName19=FANUC
slide10

Example Interface Agie or Zimmer & Kreim

In file Conf.dat the switch settings of 8 ( 0 or 1) determines

the output information

 ( Sign, applying or not applying C…….see example below)

File Conf.dat

(AGIE-Format- stored in

C:)\TEMP\AGIE\)

slide11

X‘

X‘0

Y‘0

= -C‘

Y‘

Conf.datInfluence to the results 2

File Conf.dat

In file Conf.dat the switch settings of 8 ( 0 or 1) determines

the output information

 ( Sign, applying or not applying C…….see example below)

Attention!

A 1 at the 5. position works like trading of the coordinate-systems

Both results were generated with the same File erodier.edm

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Conf.dat Influence to the results 2

Examle Agiewith EPOST.EXE Rel. Date March 5, 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

| | | | | | | |_ 8. code Electrode / workpiece*

| | | | | | |_ 7. free

| | | | | |_ 6. free

| | | | |_ 5. basic (1 exchanges basic system !)

| | | |

| | | |_ 4. +/-C (1 exchanges +/- C)

| | |_ 3. +/-Z (1 exchanges +/- Z)

| |_ 2. +/-Y (1 exchanges +/- Y)

|_ 1. +/- X (1 exchanges+/- X)

always stored in C:\TEMP\Agie \

Each measurement gets a directory? Title: ELE-1.....i or WKS-1....i

File Name: MESSDAT.ASC

0 ELEKEle,M,-38.611,34.783,50.242,-7.740;

1 WKSEle,M,-38.611,34.783,50.242,-7.740;

0 ELEKEle,M,-38.611,34.783,50.242,-7.740;

1 ELEKEle,M,-42.944,29.266,50.242,7.740;

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Conf.dat Influence to the results 3

Example Agie Evolutionwith EPOST.EXE Rel. Date March 5, 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

| | | | | | | |_ 8. code Electrode / workpiece*

| | | | | | |_ 7. free

| | | | | |_ 6. free

| | | | |_ 5. basic (1 exchanges basic system !)

| | | |

| | | |_ 4. +/-C (1 exchanges +/- C)

| | |_ 3. +/-Z (1 exchanges +/- Z)

| |_ 2. +/-Y (1 exchanges +/- Y)

|_ 1. +/- X (1 exchanges+/- X)

Stored at ....\Agie.mes

Each measurement generates another line at the end of the files Agie.mes

0 ELEKEle,M,-38.611,34.783,50.242,-7.740;

1 WKSEle,M,-38.611,34.783,50.242,-7.740;

0 ELEKEle,M,-38.611,34.783,50.242,-7.740;

1 ELEKEle,M,-42.944,29.266,50.242,7.740;

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