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Teach NX to apply specific sets of operations to specific feature types

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Teach Feature Mapping and Operation Sets

 

Overview

You can now Teach Feature Mapping and Teach Operation Sets. This capability is particularly useful when specific machining workflows are required and must be applied consistently to commonly used feature types.

 

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Created with NX CAM 11.0

 

Details

 

This example shows the recommended workflow that companies should use to teach NX the set of operations required to machine company feature types. While this example teaches NX operation sets to machine holes, you can use the same workflow to teach NX any feature type. This example uses a separate teach part, which is the preferred method.

The first video in this article shows how you can Teach NX to map the standard feature types to those commonly used in your specific work environment.

The second video shows how you can Teach operation sets and apply the machining rules to machine a part.

 

Video

 

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(If you have problems with the embedded player, you can download the attached .mp4 file.)

 

Self-Demo

Save the attached part file locally and follow the instructions in the .pdf document.

 

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About the Author

Holder.jpg Bill Storrs is in the CAM Product Management Group at Siemens PLM software, Cypress California. His main focus is on CAM usability and learning support. He currently leads the CAM Learning Initiative Team whose mission is to provide users with a comprehensive collection of reference and training materials. He has an M.A. in Corporate Training and Development and has been in the industry for over 20 years.

 

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