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Help:How to generate a toolpath like this?

Experimenter
Experimenter

I found this in a forum in China (http://www.ugsnx.com/thread-171628-1-1.html). It looks really perfect a toolpath. Would anyone share the tips.

The model file is attached.

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Re: Help:How to generate a toolpath like this?

Legend
Legend

Looks like an area milling "on part" drive


Dennis Rathi
Creations Unlimited

Re: Help:How to generate a toolpath like this?

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PLM World Member Legend

Here's a quick sample.

 

Patrick Delisse
KMWE - Aero Engine
NX 12.0, TC 11.2, CAMPOST V22, Vericut 8.2, TDM 4.8
C#, VB, .NET

Re: Help:How to generate a toolpath like this?

Legend
Legend

There are two toolpaths in prt file smilar to this toolpath.with a good drive surface or good drive curves you can have a toolpath look like yours.

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NX 12.0.2.9 MP5 / Testing NX 1847
CanikSoft NC Post-Processing & G-Code Simulation
www.plast-met.com.tr
www.caniksoft.com

Re: Help:How to generate a toolpath like this?

Experimenter
Experimenter
My true gratitude for your generous help is beyond the word's description.

Re: Help:How to generate a toolpath like this?

Experimenter
Experimenter
Thanks so much for your help.

Re: Help:How to generate a toolpath like this?

Legend
Legend

I understand from the Chinese thread this is for a job interview at a TW Co doing bottles.

 

Well... let's just say, if I had a colleague who CAM like on your picture, he'd be out of job tomorow morning. And I don't think I'd enjoy drinking off a bottle with 4 seams-like imperfections, polished or not. Consider offering your servicces at another company if you possibly can Smiley Wink

 

Tastefull, has to be machined using the shape of a women (as projection vector). you see... loll

 

Variable streamline

 

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