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Re: Organize the CAM Process

Genius
Genius
Hello Stefan,

for most users using MLP would be too expensive licensewise (did I invent a new word?).
Best wishes,
Joachim

In production NX 12.0.1.7 D2
In testing NX 12.0.1.7 MP4

Re: Organize the CAM Process

Genius
Genius

From at least NX11.0.2 on (or NX11.0.1 already?) using identical parts as Part is not required anymore. Using option Positioning Type = CSYS instead of Part in the IPW Transfer dialog in the Blank definition does the trick.

Best wishes,
Joachim

In production NX 12.0.1.7 D2
In testing NX 12.0.1.7 MP4

Re: Organize the CAM Process

Creator
Creator

Is anyway to specify a clearance to Check Geometry ?

Because the Tool is avoiding the Check Geomerty at 0 mm, not funny !

Can I specify like 1mm clearance to this ?

Or I have to fake the Check geometry by 1 mm ?

Re: Organize the CAM Process

Siemens Legend Siemens Legend
Siemens Legend

Look under the Stock tab of the Cutting Paramters. There is a Check Stock parameter.

 

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Re: Organize the CAM Process

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

I typically use jkane1's latter suggestion for time considerations in tightly controlled cost environment where productivity and waste are tracked in .25 hour increments. Every part is in a stand alone file which contains all machining including multiple setups.  Also, file portability is simple with a single file should I need to share a file to someone off site.

 

I used to have programs in a machining-only part file so the part component is not a huge file to open in the main assembly but I found I was not saving significant time because the workstations and networks are fast enough to handle it.  It's not like the old days when hardware limitatons played a larger role in planning a work flow.

 

 

 

 

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