Double editor and programSYNC
The programs are divided into single machining steps (blocks) in the double editor that are then filled with G-Code or ShopTurn cycles. They form the basis for the multi-channel programming. These program sections can be opened and closed, achieving an easily-understandable program structure.
The programSYNC function provides an additional feature: So-called wait marks time-synchronize the individual blocks of the channels. The function matches the machining steps with each other and, thanks to an automatic time evaluation, the operator is able to optimize the multi-channel program in the double editor. This allows the individual machining tasks, if required, to be transferred to other channels in order to create a time-optimized program. Moving picture sequences, so-called "animated elements", provide cycles for the programming to support the work sequence and a final 3D simulation of both channels simultaneously in a window to ensure the maximum execution reliability.