Can you provide more information and a picture?
Are you using boundaries as part geometry in face milling?
Where are you specifying the stock?
I just tried it, and it works fine for me.
In the Member List, select a member, and you should see the Custom Member Data group above the list:
Another idea - click the settings (gear) icon in the top left of the dialog, and make sure you are not hiding collapsed groups.
did yoy try offset on the file that i sent?
i did exactly what you did and no offset.
can you show me what you do with "team viewer"?
thank you for your replay.
I tried it and it works fine ...
If I looked at your settings ... I changed Tool Offset parameter to 0% I got offset you have set.
And you set some offsets minus value, I think, this operation doesn't go behind wall, if you don't change Part Stock parameter to minus value, i think it always follow shape if there is some (shape) in actual cut level (no sure on 100%).
Maybe if you want to controll stock via boundary's members, better use Planar Mill operation - it doesn't follow any shape of model.
My boundary was curve based.
You are using a face based boundary, no part stock, but with boundary stock, plus member custom stock.
As seen in the pop-up tool tip - Face Milling with Boundaries is recommended for wire frame models, not solids.
If you want to cut the solid, I would use floor/wall (the face milling replacement) or cavity milling.
If you want the control I think you are looking for, use a curve based boundary, or planar milling.
thank you for your replay
i send 1 more file to show you that there is bug in this operation.
have a nice day
What is the problem?
The last pass in the planar milling has bump in one corner, which looks correct, since the wall stock changes from 0 to 2 to -1 to 0.