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Drill Parameters

Click here for a complete list of parameters in this branch. Automated Drill Parameters: Click on any item in the menu below for an explanation. In the Automated Drill procedure, once a drilling sequence has been created, and if the Cutter Sequence Data table has at least one entry, the Automated Drill Tool Trajectory parameters become …

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Depth Parameters: Parameters

The following parameters appear in the Depth Parameters Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Depths Global Depth   Depth Calculate Max Depth If holes are selected (rather than points), the system can calculate the maximum drill depth. Cutter Tip The cutter …

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Cutter Tilt Control Parameters

Tilting enables you to use the full capabilities of your 5 axis machine to mill additional material with the current tool. Instead of immediately replacing the cutter when a gouge is imminent, the work table or tool is tilted to a specified Tilt Angle, enabling you to continue removing material with the …

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Create Auxiliary Contours Parameters

Create machining region contours as part of the procedure execution process. This increases machining efficiency by defining the machining region of one procedure by the contours created by another procedure, thus minimizing overlap situations. Notes:               The contours created by NC procedures can be modified (if required) and can be used …

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Minimum Clear Length

CimatronE informs you of the Minimum Clear Length that can be used to complete the machining of an executed procedure, without leaving unmachined regions due to holder collisions. The Clear Length is the distance between the tip of the cutter and the lowest part of the holder. Minimizing the Clear Length enables you to …

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Clearance & UCS: Parameters

The following parameters appear in the Clearance Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Clearance Distance Clearance Plane Clearance Type Connect Through Internal Clearance Local Clear Height Minimum Clear Length Pivot Axis UCS Name   Clearance Distance The distance of the clearance …

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Clearance & UCS Parameters

Click on any item in the menu below for an explanation. (Depending on the procedure you have selected, some parameters may not be available or other parameters may be displayed.) Important: See Containment Clearance Height (at the bottom of this topic) for information on how to define the height of the containment. …

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Clean Between Passes: Parameters

The following parameters appear in the Clean Between Passes Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Between Passes Strategy Clean Ridges Method Effective Coverage Radius Ignore Narrow Areas Machining Type Round for Stretch Unmachined Areas   Clean Between Passes: Between Passes Strategy …

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Clean Between Passes Parameters

While the tool is moving along the procedure’s main lanes, it may leave unmachined areas. Intermediate motions, known as Clean Between Passes, may be added to machine these areas (inRough procedures) and also to reduce scallops (in Finish procedures). The Clean Between Passes branch enables you to define the level of control over its use and over the display …

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