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CET computer control

All machine functions are programmed through the CET microprocessor control.

The polyester keyboard is proof against the ingress of dirt and coolant. Its pressure sensitive keypads give tactile response, are labelled in plain language and provide the means for information entry.

Emi-Mec MicroSprint 26 - CET computer control

Emi-Mec CET (Computer Enhanced Turning) microprocessor control panel

A function prompt LED displays the line programmed and two lines before and after, for clarity when programming overlapping operations.

Programming can be in metric or inch system and is logical and sequential, requiring the minimum of training as there are no codes to learn.

Programming

Overriding corrections can be made at any time to all functions.

Incorrect program sequencing or omissions are signalled by an error display to prompt remedial action.

All slides may be operated together with full overlapping of operations independent of each other.

Canned cycles for turret slide forward and reverse; peck drilling; tapping; feed bar to stop are provided to aid fast and accurate programming.

Feedrate correction can be made during machining cycle, which is invaluable in developing best possible cycle times. The system has electronic closed loop feed back monitoring of the turret slide to ensure precise feed and accurate positioning control.

Batch/cycle counting with completion shut down is provided as an aid to efficient unmanned operation.

A comprehensive diagnostic facility is incorporated to assist in tracing electrical faults.

Storage for 300 lines (approximately 25 part programs) is available within the control's memory.

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