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Using Parameter Tables

Parameter Tables are displayed in a collapsible tree format, as shown below: There are a number of ways to control the display of individual parameters: Displaying parameters Hiding/Showing parameters (displaying a default look) Branch Controlled parameters Displaying default parameters values (CimatronE or user-defined)

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Editing a Procedure

Note: This section deals with procedure editing – changing milling strategy, parameters, or geometry of an existing procedure in order to calculate new cutter motions. For information on manually editing cutter motions produced by an executed procedure, see Motions Editor. To edit a procedure, double-click the procedure in the Process Manager. Other ways to edit a procedure: Now …

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Unbend Solid : Editing

Editing the Bend Feature Guide Right-click on the Unbend Solid name in the Feature Tree. In the popup submenu that appears, select Edit Feature. The Feature Guide will appear, automatically open to Required Step 2. You now return to the same situation where you defined the Rebend parameters. Press OK  or Apply  in the Feature Guide to complete the function.

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Taper : Options and Results

Taper selected faces that have a common edge with, or are intersected by, either a selected neutral contour or neutral plane. If the contour/plane intersects the faces, the faces can be tapered on one side or both sides of the intersection. Notes: When creating a taper, the Automatic Preview operation may be …

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Shell : Parameters

The Shell parameters are as follows: A shell is to be created on the solid object shown below. Inside If Inside is selected, material is removed in an inward direction. In other words, the external walls of the shell are the same as the external walls of the original solid. Outside If Outside is …

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Round-Face > Edge-Face : Editing

You can edit: the Round feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the rounding radius only 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 Round by the Feature Guide Right-click on the Round Edge-Face name in the Feature …

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Remove & Extend

Remove faces by extending adjacent faces to fill the gap. This function can be used to: Remove round corners, extend the adjacent faces and create sharp corners instead. Remove holes. “Heal” faces that were previously split. Extend adjacent faces. General Interaction The following is the Feature Guide for Remove and Extend

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To Closest and To Reference

Remove material by revolving a closed sketch / composite curve to either the closest face, or to a chosen reference face. Important: When using this function, material will be removed only from the current active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated.) See Activate / Deactivate and Activating Objects.   …

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Remove > Extrude

Remove material from an existing object by extruding a 2D sketch, 3D face or face with tolerant edges in a given direction. (To add an object, or to create a new object, see Extrude New / Add.) Important: When using this function, material will be removed only from the current active object. (If only one object exists in the …

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