Before inserting the premill, make sure the corresponding screw is loose.
After tightening, check if the premill is fully stable.
Calibration and measurement
Calibration is the act of comparing a device under test of an unknown value with a reference standard of a known value. A person typically performs a calibration to determine the error or verify the accuracy of the device under the test’s unknown value.
If your machine hasn't been running for more than 15 minutes before starting the calibration, be sure to run the machine warm-up program before starting the calibration.
Make sure that the premill calibration tool is present on your machine. If you do not have a calibration tool in the spindle or in your pick-up station, first install the calibration tool on your machine.
Navigate to this folder in your CAM computer.
This PC > Documents > YenaDent Cam 6 > Parameters > Select your machine > Calibration > Premill
Each premill position requires separate calibration.
Run a calibration program in CNC software for the position you want to calibrate.
After opening the block you want to use, click the preparation tab in the menu. Then choose the number you want to calibrate and right-click and select calibration.
Measure milled calibration premill and enter your values into corresponding boxes.