CNC
Setup, Programming, Usage

CNC Machining in the Input of Elements

With the CNC Machining in the Input of Elements, you can create complete profile drawings with one click.

While entering your position, the program automatically determines the profile machinings for connections, notches, hardware, etc. Both the installation situation and the profiles used are checked. For example, the space that must be cleared at most for a lock case is determined. The program then determines the material to be milled and automatically creates all necessary depth tables for the machinings. The bar drawings determined in this way can be displayed as CAD drawings, on reports and in a 3D viewer.

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Set up Machines

Set Up

From setting up a saw, to the installation of an gasket machine, to the control of your bar processing centre: with the CNC company standard you can control all common types of machines.

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Tools

The complete tool and orientation assignments are automatically recognized for many machines. The program checks all tools for collisions – always taking the stock and holder into account.

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Clamp Orientations

If you work with a machine that supports multiple clamping positions, you can modify the orientation of the profiles in the clamping position management. You can find more details on this topic here.

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CNC Programming in three steps

Create Machinings

The basis for the machine programming are the machinings. They are created in the first step. In this chapter you will learn how to create your own machinings (e.g. drillings, circle pockets, slots, rectangular pockets, countersinks, notches, threads, etc.) and how to locate them using reference profiles.

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Create Groups

Whether machinings for door hardware, profile connections and corner connectors: In the second step, the individual machinings are combined into groups. Within this group, you define on which profiles the machinings are considered in which combination. In the input of elements, the machinings will be inserted automatically.

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Enter Substitutions

To ensure that the machinings are taken into account in the input of elements, enter the machining groups in the substitution list in the third step. A group is assigned to each profile. How this works in detail is explained in this chapter.

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Programming Examples

In this chapter you will find examples of how you can program machinings yourself. The instructions will guide you step-by-step through the entire process. Just click on the topic you are interested in to get more detailed information.

You need for your position automatic fixings for add-on profiles?
Use this Quick Start Guide to learn how to create the machinings yourself. From creating new machinings, to creating groups and then using them in the input of elements, this step-by-step guide will teach you how to do it.

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You need variable notches for your position?
Use this Quick Start Guide to learn how to create variable notches yourself. From creating new machinings to creating groups and then using them in the input of elements, this step-by-step guide will teach you how to do it.

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You need special anchor machining for your position?
Use this Quick Start Guide to learn how to create variable notches yourself. From creating new machinings to creating groups and then using them in the input of elements, this step-by-step guide will teach you how to do it.

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With free material packages, machinings for curtain walls can be placed at fixed heights. These are positioned on the bar independently of profile extensions, mullion splices or geometric characteristics. The machinings are thus always in the right place. Using the example of a blade penetration, you can learn how to create a free material package.

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With free material packages, machinings for curtain walls can be placed at fixed heights. These are positioned on the bar independently of profile extensions, mullion splices or geometric characteristics. The machinings are thus always in the right place. The articles used are taken into account both in terms of calculation and production technology. Learn how to create a material package using the example of a pin support.

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With free material packages, machinings for curtain walls can be placed at fixed heights. These are positioned on the bar independently of profile extensions, mullion splices or geometric characteristics. The machinings are thus always in the right place. The articles used are taken into account both in terms of calculation and production technology. Learn how to create a material package using the example of a roller support.

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With free material packages, machinings for curtain walls can be placed at fixed heights. These are positioned on the bar independently of profile extensions, mullion splices or geometric characteristics. The machinings are thus always in the right place. The articles used are taken into account both in terms of calculation and production technology. Learn how to create a material package using the example of a mullion splice.

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You want to have a better visualization of your material packages in the cross-sectional view?

Learn in this step-by-step guide how to prepare drawings for cross-sectional construction and what is involved with hooking points and referenced drawings.

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Tipps & Tricks

Quick access on
CNC groups

If you want to change the machinings in your position project-related, this can easily be done with a quick access.

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Transfer machinings into
the Project CNC Database

Machinings from the CNC database can be imported directly into the current project and modified according to the project.

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Transfer CNC Groups to
the Project CNC Database

Import and modify CNC groups from the CNC database directly into the current project with just one mouse click.

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Orgadata Support Center

Our technical support will be pleased to help you with your questions about our software. Our employees are all experienced in the metal construction branch and are appreciated for their quick reaction. We provide you the support you need for your daily work with LogiKal.

You can reach our support centre from Monday to Friday from 8:30 – 12:00am and from 1:30 – 5:00pm.