I really want to get the hole making options to work correctly, but I am not having luck. I created a shaft with a cross hole and chamfer. I would like to use a center drill to create 60 degree chamfer for the hole which I defined first with a step drill. The issues are that the cone geometry it create is an incorrect diamter and and it only goes in tip depth.
I later tried again using a 90 degree countersink tool and a 90 degree chamfer on the hole. Just using that, the part is being gouged.
I am wondering how I can create a chamfer in NX in a cross hole using a center drill?
How are you creating the chamfer?
Note if you just use the default "chamfer" icon/settings, the chamfer may not be at a constant angle to the cross-hole.
(take cross sections parallel to, and perpendicular to, the shaft axis & measure the angle) relative to the cross hole CL)
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Apparently I've turned into a gearhead
You would have to change the manufacturing rule in MKE that is creating the operation.
If this is not a regular case, changing the depth in the operation should do it.
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