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Cut command in cimatron

Cut (trim) one or more open or closed objects (also faces) by using face(s), a plane, or object(s) as a cutting entity. Notes: To cut faces of open or closed objects, use the Faces / Trim function.   General Interaction The following is the Feature Guide for Cut. Remember: You can open the Feature Guide at any …

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Chamfer : Options and Results

Create a chamfer along a solid edge or edges. Required Step 1 Pick edges and/or vertices. You can select an edge by selecting a point that lies on the edge. You can drag a box to select multiple edges. Edges and vertices can be selected in combination. When you are …

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Chamfer command in cimatron

Create a chamfer along a solid edge or edges.   Chamfer General Interaction The following is the Feature Guide for Chamfer. Remember: You can open the Feature Guide at any time on the graphic display area by right-clicking. Required Step 1  : Select edges and / or vertices. Required Step 2  : Set the chamfer depth.

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Pipe command in cimatron

You can edit: the Pipe feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the Pipe sketch / contour Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   Editing the Pipe by the Feature Guide Right-click on the Pipe name …

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Pipe : Options and Results

Create a new solid or add to an existing solid by creating a solid or shelled pipe. (To remove solid material, see Pipe Remove.) Important: Pipes created by New > Pipe will be considered independent objects. Those created by Add > Pipe will be added to theactive object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated …

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Pipe command in cimatron

Create a new solid or add to an existing solid by creating a solid or shelled pipe. (To remove solid material, see Pipe Remove.) Important: Pipes created by New > Pipe will be considered independent objects. Those created by Add > Pipe will be added to theactive object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated …

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Drive command in cimatron

You can edit: the Drive feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the drive sketch / contour the numerical parameter values only (sketch dimensions) Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   Editing the Drive by the …

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Drive : Options and Results

Create a new solid or add to an existing solid by driving a 2D sketch along a spine. (To remove solid material, see Drive Remove.) Important: Drives created by New > Drive will be considered independent objects. Those created by Add > Drive will be added to the active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless …

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Drive command in cimatron

Create a new solid or add to an existing solid by driving a 2D sketch along a spine. (To remove solid material, see Drive Remove.) Important: Drives created by New > Drive will be considered independent objects. Those created by Add > Drive will be added to the active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless …

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Revolve command in cimatron

You can edit: the Revolve New / Add feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the revolve sketch / contour the numerical parameter values only (theta, sketch dimensions, etc.) Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   …

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