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CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

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Hello everybody,

 

how would you deactivate the collision check for probe cycles if you use milling tools?

One way is to use drilling operations for probe cycles and for example a ball mill as a probing tool?

 

The MEAS Command is used and the ActivateMeasungCycle is set.

 

Best wishes from Hamburg,

 

Viktor

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Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hello Victor,

 

the OOTB CCF implementation of MEAS is doing a check with a tool of type probe.

You can write your own MEAS implementation and use SetStopAtCollision (like is done in sim15 with FXS) with overall tools as the command ActivateMeasuringCycle is limit to the tool class.

 

Hope I understood you request correctly

 

Thomas Schulz
Siemens PLM
Manufacturing Engineering Software

Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

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Hi Thomas,

 

thank you very much. The stop at collision is not the problem.

 

This message disturbs:

 

2019-01-16 15_37_05-Gouge.png

 

Regards, Viktor

Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hmm, this you always got when as desired to do a gouge check.

If you do not activate the tool, this will not  used for gouge check.
Workaround for now.

 

Thomas Schulz
Siemens PLM
Manufacturing Engineering Software

Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

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I've done some tests, but the gouge check is always running.

 

Deactivate a tool - but how? Not to use activateNextTool (sToolCarrier); ?

Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hello Victor,

 

yes exactly that I meant when I said not activate the tool.

You need to make sure doing this for the probe tool only, as this activate is needed to allow material removal, but this not with a probe ;-)

 

Hope with this you can do the trick.

Is there a specific reason, why you probe with a tool of not type probe?

 

Thomas Schulz
Siemens PLM
Manufacturing Engineering Software

Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

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Solution Partner Legend

Hi Thomas,

 

we use the point to point drilling method for our prbing cycles - so we have to use a ball mill as our probing tool.

 

So the trick does not work. 

 

Regards, Viktor

Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

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@SpaceTom wrote:

Is there a specific reason, why you probe with a tool of not type probe?

 


We also don't use solid tools at all, they have just resulted in unexpected issues with little success to reliably duplicate the problems.

It is even getting worse with managed NX or MRL connect.

These is the experience with NX 10.0.3, so I might get time to retest things in NX 12.0.2 hopefully.

Thanks for the work-around with the activation.

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Re: CSE - deactivate collision check for probing with milling tools - NX12.02 MP4

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Hi everybody,

 

the only working workaround is NOT to use Drilling Operations and milling tools.

 

With real probing tools and a machine control operation we get perfect results.

 

Thank you very much.

 

Viktor

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