Open Vision™ Mill / Turn

Open Vision Mill/Turn Main Screen

Open Vision™ Mill/Turn is a revolutionary software package designed for FANUC CNCs and the Windows OS.  The software uses FANUC's High Speed Serial Bus (HSSB) to interface the FANUC control to an industrial PC.  An intuitive menu system combined with touch-screen technology increases machine operator efficiency while reducing errors.  Today, about half of our machine tool retrofits use one of our Open Vision™ products. 

Open Vision™ Mill/Turn Features:
  • Industrial PC with large 15" LCD display and solid-state hard drive
  • USB compatible
  • Convenient touch-screen menus
  • Ability to integrate with other Windows compatible software packages
  • Network ready
  • On-line documentation including drawings, manuals and schematics
  • The ability for CNC Engineering to offer custom screens tailored to specific user requirements
  • Configurable security access
  • Enhanced tool management with tool picture display, complete tool library and active tool list
  • The ability to automatically update offsets
  • The ability to integrate other devices such as gages
Maintenance Options:
  • Configurable preventive maintenance schedules
  • CNC screen displays that mimic all of FANUC's maintenance screens including:
    • Full featured ladder
    • CNC, PMC, Axes and Spindle diagnostics
    • Parameters and axis compensation features
G&M Code Lists:
  • Full description of G and M codes
  • Display of active code in groups

Open Vision™ Mill/Turn sets a new standard for operator friendliness.  Visit our Image Gallery to learn more: 

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OCTOBER 31, 2017

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