A recent online interactive training tool for CNC instructions, called HIT (Heidenhain Interactive Training), comes from that company. The training method is said to create an informative yet entertaining learning experience, teaches the most important elements of a CNC machine, and imparts fundamental knowledge about CNC programming.
HIT is for those interested in CNC qualification, as well as students and teachers interested in expert materials on CNC programming and machine operation. It is available as an economical download at www.heidenhain.de/eLearning, and in many languages.
Three modules make up this learning series: the HIT software, an online Heidenahin programming station, and the HIT workbook, providing relevant learning steps for qualified basic and advanced CNC training (see illustration). It also proves useful for people who are unfamiliar with CNC fundamentals. This can include vocational schools as well as those being retrained or master craftsmen who want to improve their machinists’ skills.
HIT’s entertaining software for qualified fundamental and advanced training explains programming with Heidenhain controls, called TNCs (Touch Numeric Controls). HIT combines theoretical training with practical exercises, and therefore simplifies the beginning steps of programming. A free demo version along with single and multiple licenses are available for download.
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