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Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

To be continued.. I have one interestiong idea about 4-axis milling facet bodies. Let me time!


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Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

Make wolf from ну, погоди! Smiley Happy

#♫ PB, 5ax, itnc, nx, vericut ♫ #

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Solution Partner Phenom
No problem! If you have 3d model...

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Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Nice Work :-)

Lead Product Manager - Mold & Die

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Siemens Legend Siemens Legend
Siemens Legend

(I published the following in a different forum, but see it is relevant here as well..)


For long time users wanted to machine mesh bodies like stl in 5-Axis, but the surface contouring operations required solid or sheet bodies to drive the pattern and Tool axis orientation. The Multi Axis Guiding Curves operation supports Convergent geometry. That means that you can convert stl to Convergent and machine it with the Guiding Curves operation. Convergent bodies are also supported by Tilt Tool Axis which is part of the Multi Axis Guiding Curves operation. With the flexibility of Guiding Curves in driving the pattern and the innovative Tool Axis management you have now a powerful operation to machine mesh bodies.

All the capabilities needed to support it will be released in 12.0.2, but most capabilities are available in 12.0.1 and recent EAP versions (some require ENV for activation)

 Semi-Finish.jpg Semi-Finish  Finish.jpg Finish

Away from 3D Curve.jpg Initial Tool axis orientation away from a 3D Curve

before TTA.jpg Basic Tool path is OK, but some regions are gouging

After TTA.jpg After turning on Tilt Tool Axis

Please try it and report back issues or any other feedback.



Eddy Finaro
NX CAM Product Manager
Siemens PLM

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