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Training Schedule

CGTech training is designed to provide you with all the information and practical experience necessary to use VERICUT cnc simulation software effectively. These courses are suited to anyone interested in performing NC program verification, including CAD/CAM users, NC programmers, and machinists.

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Onsite and private web classes available, please contact us via the web or email support.uk@cgtech.com for more infomation.

VERICUT Verification Course Overview

Day 1

Basic NC Program Simulation & Verification

This course introduces users to the basics of NC program verification. Following an overview of the graphical user interface and functionality, you’ll learn how to run a project in VERICUT. Special emphasis will be placed on how to detect and locate errors in NC programs. This course will also show you how to analyze the cut part by using many of VERICUT’s built-in analysis features, including the ability to compare the cut stock to the design data.

Day 2

Job Configuration

Day two will expand on the first day and shows how to configure a job in VERICUT. We’ll cover configuring multiple setup projects, advanced modeling and assembly techniques, and defining tool shapes. You’ll learn how to use coordinate systems, subroutines and work offsets. We’ll also teach how to define and position the stock model, and orient the models on the machine.

Day 3

Advanced Configurations

Day three builds on what you learned in the first two days and shows how to integrate VERICUT cnc simulator into your manufacturing process. Topics include using VERICUT-to-CAD/CAM interfaces and how to customize reports for your specific requirements. The afternoon will be a chance for you to delve deeper into VERICUT features and will give you an opportunity to work on projects with the instructor’s assistance. Some topics may include: setting up and simulating your own files, advanced tool configuration, and NC optimization.

VERICUT 2024 Training Schedule

VERICUT Verification - Gloucestershire
Training Location

Location:
CGTech – C11 Cyber & Security & Digital Innovation Centre, University of Gloucestershire, Berkeley Green, Gloucestershire, GL13 9FB

23rd - 25th January Complete

VERICUT Verification - Coventry
Training Location

Location:
N C M T - Siskin Dr, Coventry CV3 4FJ

20th - 22nd February Complete

VERICUT Verification - Rotherham
Training Location

Location:
Nikken Innovation Centre Europe, Catcliffe, Rotherham S60 5FS

5th - 7th March Complete

VERICUT Verification - Belfast
Training Location

Location:

Northern Ireland Technology Centre, Queens University Belfast, Cloreen park, Malone Road, Belfast, BT9 5HN,

19th - 21st March Complete

VERICUT Verification - Tewkesbury
Training Location

Location:
Quickgrind, Unit 5701 Shannon Pl, Shannon Way, Tewkesbury GL20 8SL

26th - 28th March
 
Complete

VERICUT Verification - Berkshire
Training Location

Location:
KYOCERA SGS Precision Tools – 10 Ashville Way, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 2PL, England

16th - 18th April Complete

VERICUT Verification - Alcester
Training Location

Location:
CGTech – SECO Tools UK, Springfield Business Park, Adams Way, Alcester B49 6PU

7th - 9th May Complete

VERICUT Verification - Coventry
Training Location

Location:
N C M T - Siskin Dr, Coventry CV3 4FJ

21st - 23rd May Complete

VERICUT Verification - Rotherham
Training Location

Location:
Nikken Innovation Centre Europe, Catcliffe, Rotherham S60 5FS

4th - 6th June Complete

VERICUT Verification - Tewkesbury
Training Location

Location:
Quickgrind, Unit 5701 Shannon Pl, Shannon Way, Tewkesbury GL20 8SL

18th - 20th June Class Full

VERICUT Verification - Berkshire
Training Location

Location:
KYOCERA SGS Precision Tools – 10 Ashville Way, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 2PL, England

30th July - 1st August Register Here

VERICUT Verification - Gloucestershire
Training Location

Location:
CGTech – C11 Cyber & Security & Digital Innovation Centre, University of Gloucestershire, Berkeley Green, Gloucestershire, GL13 9FB

20th - 22nd August Postponed

VERICUT Verification - Rotherham
Training Location

Location:
Nikken Innovation Centre Europe, Catcliffe, Rotherham S60 5FS

3rd - 5th September Register Here

VERICUT Verification - Coventry
Training Location

Location:
N C M T - Siskin Dr, Coventry CV3 4FJ

24th - 26th September Register Here

VERICUT Verification - Tewkesbury
Training Location

Location:
Quickgrind, Unit 5701 Shannon Pl, Shannon Way, Tewkesbury GL20 8SL

8th - 10th October Register Here

VERICUT Verification - Berkshire
Training Location

Location:
KYOCERA SGS Precision Tools – 10 Ashville Way, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 2PL, England

29th - 31st October Register Here

VERICUT Verification - Gloucestershire
Training Location

Location:
CGTech – C11 Cyber & Security & Digital Innovation Centre, University of Gloucestershire, Berkeley Green, Gloucestershire, GL13 9FB

12th - 14th November Postponed

VERICUT Verification - Rotherham
Training Location

Location:
Nikken Innovation Centre Europe, Catcliffe, Rotherham S60 5FS

26th - 28th November Register Here

VERICUT Verification - Coventry
Training Location

Location:
N C M T - Siskin Dr, Coventry CV3 4FJ

10th - 12th December Register Here

 

VERICUT Machine & Control Building Course

Note:
The VERICUT Machine & Control Building Class is intended for experienced VERICUT cnc simulation software users. It is assumed that attendees already have a good working knowledge of VERICUT’s user interface and basic verification techniques. The class builds on your existing foundation of knowledge to advise on proper techniques for configuring VERICUT cnc simulator machines, controls, and master project files to be used by all users at your company.

Overview

Day 1:
Machine Building Introduction

This course introduces users to the basics of building a VERICUT Machine Configuration (VMC). Following an overview of the machine building concepts, you’ll learn how to layout the machine kinematics and then add 3D models to the VERICUT machine. On day one you will see how to build 3-, 4- and 5-axis milling machines and also a 2-axis lathe.

Day 2:
Control Building Introduction

Day two of this course will concentrate on the configuration of the VERICUT control. Following an overview of the control building concepts, you’ll learn how to customize a control to simulate how various G-Code words and data formats will be processed by VERICUT. We’ll cover how to: configure spindle logic for milling and mill/turn machines, customize a control to generate additional error messages, configure rotary behavior, and other control specific options.

Day 3:
Advance Machine Building

Day three builds on what you learned in the first two days and shows how to incorporate machine auxiliary components to your VMC. Topics include tool chain configuration, milling head attachment, pallet changers, and tailstocks. On this day you will also learn how to use VERICUT’s many trouble-shooting tools to assist you in the configuration of your machine and control. You will end the day with probing simulation sessions and file management suggestions.

Day 4:
Machine/Control Workshop

Day four is a workshop, where you will work on your own projects with an instructor’s assistance. On this day you will learn how to find and utilize the information to build an accurate VMC machine/control simulation.

 

 

VERICUT Force Optimization Course

Note:
The VERICUT Force Optimization class is intended to illustrate how VERICUT cnc simulation software can be leveraged to create an optimized program derived from the original posted NC Code. The resulting program can improve performance, shorten machine cycle times, improve tool life, and minimize wear and tear on the machine tool. While all are welcome, this class is intended for users with a general knowledge of the core VERICUT product. This class is from 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM on two successive days for a total of 8 hours per class.

Overview

Day 1:
Introduction to Force Optimization

Introduction
Welcome
Online Help
Why Force Optimization
Getting Started
Machine Configuration
Control Configuration
Project Settings
Component Feed Rate Definition
NC Code
Considerations
Air Cuts
Air Cuts Only Mode
Optimize Control
Optimization Saving Calculator
Status
VERICUT Log File
Compare Files
Optimization Reports
Reporting optimization results

Day 2:
Force Implementation

Introduction to Force Optimization
What is Force?
How does it work?
Analyzing Cutting Conditions
Selecting Stock Material Records
Force Analyze Mode
Force Charts
NC Review
Calculating proper cutting conditions
Force Optimization
Optimization parameters
Configuring for optimum efficiency
Preparing for Optimization
File Management
Syntax checking
Layout and View setup
Customizing the GUI
Creating and using Master Tool Lists

 

Costs

Training courses in the UK – £300 per attendee per day.
Price is inclusive of refreshments and lunch.
On site training courses are subject to quotation.
 

 

Class Hours

All venues class hours:
09:00 until 17:00 - Lunch 12:30 - 13:30
Except trainging classes held at Quickgrind, Tewkesbury, class hours:
09:00 until 16:00 - Lunch 12:30 - 13:30

 

 

Course information

Attendees must be registered at least one week prior to the training class. Training must be prepaid before the class. Hotel Information is provided on registration. Information on training locations can be found here

Locations

CGTech arranges courses at many locations subject to demand. The principal venues are listed below.

CGTech – C11 Cyber & Security & Digital Innovation Centre, University of Gloucestershire, Berkeley Green, Gloucestershire, GL13 9FB

N C M T - Siskin Dr, Coventry CV3 4FJ

NICe – NIKKEN Innovation Centre Europe – Advanced Manufacturing Park, Brunel Way, Catcliffe, Rotherham, S60 5FS

KYOCERA SGS Precision Tools – 10 Ashville Way, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 2PL, England

         Quickgrind - Unit 5701 Shannon Pl, Shannon Way, Tewkesbury GL20 8SL

 

 

 

If there are no suitable courses scheduled then please contact us via +44 (0)1453 549805 or support.uk@cgtech.com

We may hold a Machine and Control Building course in place of any of the Verification courses according to demand.

 

Prerequisites for Web Training
  • Web training is split into 6 x 4 hour morning sessions
  • Please ensure you have the current version of VERICUT cnc simulation software on your computer. For licensing concerns email support.uk@cgtech.com
  • Computer must be set up to support voice over IP. There will be no “Phone-in” option available for the training.
  • All users must use headphones or earbuds for listening in. Open speakers can cause feedback problems when microphones are enabled.
  • Two monitors are required. Computer display should be configured to extend applications to either monitor (not duplicated).
  • Tablets containing training materials are available for loan for web training courses.

Cancellation Policy

Due to limited places on our training courses, we request that if you need to cancel your place on our training courses that you cancel at least 5 working days in advance of the course start date. This give us the opportunity to fill the class. You may cancel by phone or email, support.uk@cgtech.com or 01453 549805. When registering for our training classes you are agreeing to the above terms.

The training was structured in an easy to follow manner with an emphasis on user participation and hands on learning. The trainer was very helpful and knowledgeable on the software and its uses in different aspects of manufacturing. For the vast amount of information given in such a short period of time I didn’t feel as though anything was rushed through and anyone who was unsure was given help and assistance as required. Very much looking forward to applying the knowledge gained to help me with my job role.
Kurt Regan - Technical Sales EngineerKYOCERA SGS Precision Tools Europe Ltd
The training program was comprehensive and well-paced. After the three days training, I felt I’d filled the gaps in my product knowledge enabling me to utilise Vericut to its full potential. I would recommend CGTech training even to competent users.
Mark Harding - Production EngineerKenard Engineering Co Ltd