I need to cut the chamfer on the bottom of this hook. My chamfer tool has a top and bottom 45. I can create this tool as a user defined tool. But user defined tools can only be used with planner profile. Has anyone figured out a good way to do something like this?
In this picture, I'm using a chamer tool with the shank drawn to represent the top 45. My thought is to drive the outer dia of the tool and visually verify the cut using the shank position. Any better ideas?
Why can't I drive a form tool on an arc? Or am I missing something.
Thanks for help
You can use an end mill and set the taper angle to -45 for example.
I've used them in FASC and VASC and planar mill
You may be forced to have a part surface (to drive tip of tool) and then drive surface.
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