Sometimes its easier (and faster) to get the toolpath you want by taking direct control of your tool's motion to define specific moves. This webinar shows a couple of examples of how Generic Motion can be used to take direct control of your tool paths.
Details Generic Motion is a programming method in NX CAM that provides on-screen graphical interaction to let you easily position the cutting tool to create tool paths for machines with five axes of freedom or less. Generic Motion provides these capabilities:
On-screen graphical interaction (dynamic handles) to define tool position and orientation
Build tool paths from a selection of linear, circular, and rotary motion elemenets
Maintain associativity for tool path updates
Support for milling and drilling tools
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