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CAMWorks Mill-Turn

Course Overview


This course is intended to teach individuals interactively how to create, review and edit Turn and Mill/Turn toolpaths using CAMWorks for the machining of parts and assemblies as created in SolidWorks




Students attending this course are expected to have the following: CAMWorks 2.5-axis training (SOLIDWORKS CAM Standard Training) . Experience with SOLIDWORKS Design Software. Experience with CNC Machining.

CAMWorks user interface Process overview Machine Definition Stock Definition Define Machinable features using Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) Define Machinable features using Interactive Feature Recognition (IFR) Generate Operation Plan Insert Operations Interactively Modify Operation Parameters Simulate – Section View Post Process

Machine Definition – Chuck Definition, Sub Spindle Distance Stock Definition – Define stock using a revolved sketch Spindle Attribute Sub spindle Setups Sub Spindle Operations

Programming a part for machining on a CNC Lathe with two turrets Stock Definition – define stock from a part file Machine Definition – Selecting a 4 axis Lathe machine, Tool cribs Working with the Sync Manager – Sync codes Pinch Turning Add Machine to the Technology Database Programming a part for machining on a CNC Lathe with three turrets Step Through Toolpath Post processing

Mill Turn on a single turret/Single Spindle machine Machine Definition – Defining the machine, Selecting Toolcribs, Machine setup Milling orientation and types – Face, OD, Fixed, Free, Polar, etc. Adding Turn setup for cutoff operation

Mill Turn with Sub Spindle Mill Turn Wrapped features and operations Multi-Axis operations in Mill Turn