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Understanding Mold Analysis Settings

You can modify the settings of a mold analysis to achieve different results. • Computation Settings – Modify sample type. – Modify plot resolution. • Display Settings – Modify plot scale. – Modify number of colors. • Saving Analyses – Quickly rerun a mold analysis at different times. – Blank/Unblank …

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Creating Drafts Split at Curve

You can create a draft that splits at a “waistline” curve. • Material at the curve remains constant. Figure 1 – The Datum Curve Creating Drafts Split at Curve Figure 2 – Draft Split at Datum Curve You can create a draft that splits at a “waistline” curve. This causes …

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Understanding Mold Theory

The mold designer creates the mold and its components using Creo Parametric’s Mold mode. • A mold consists of a core and cavity. • Sprues and runners channel material into the void. • Ejector pins eject the solidified part. Figure 2 – Mold Core and Cavity Understanding Manufacturing Mold Theory Figure 1 – Moldbase …

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Creating New Items in the Process Manager

You can insert and configure many different types of items in the process table, including operations, workcells, fixtures, and NC sequences (steps). Creating New Items • Inserting Items – Operations – Fixtures – Workcells • Inserting NC Steps – Facing and Profiling – Roughing and Re-roughing – Finishing and Corner Finishing – …

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Creating and Using Drill Groups

You can configure groups of hole axes within drill groups. You can then select drill groups when creating holemaking sequences. This simplifies the hole selection process. Drill Groups • Simplify hole selection. • Drill group updates. Configuring Drill Groups • Selecting holes: – Axes – Diameters – Surfaces – Parameters Figure 2 …

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3-Axis Trajectory Milling Multi-Step and Multi-Pass Parameters

There are a number of parameters that enable you to create multi-step and multi-pass 3-axis trajectory milling sequences. Multi-Step Configuration • NUMBER_CUTS • STEP_DEPTH • Final pass along specified trajectory • Start Height • Height Multi-Pass Configuration • NUM_PROF_PASSES • PROF_INCREMENT • Final pass along specified trajectory Multi-Step Configuration Figure 1 – Multi-Step …

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Basic 2-Axis Trajectory Milling

In 2-Axis trajectory milling, you specify the tool trajectory by sketching or selecting a curve that represents the final trajectory of the tool. 2-Axis Trajectory Milling Configuration • Specify a curve to represent the final tool trajectory. • Configure – Depth – Multiple Passes – Multiple Slices • Options – Datum Curve – Start …

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Basic Finishing

You can use finishing sequences to machine components after roughing and re-roughing. You can also use them to directly machine models containing non-solid geometry. Finishing Sequences • Reference mill windows. • Create after roughing and re-roughing. • Directly machine STL data. Cut Types • Vertical Slices • Horizontal Slices • …

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Roughing Scans and Entry and Exit Parameters

For roughing sequences, there are a number of parameters that control the roughing scan type. You can also vary the entry and exit methods for closed and open areas. High Speed Roughing Scans • OPEN_AREA_SCAN and CLOSED_AREA_SCAN – CONSTANT_LOAD (default for closed areas) – MAINTAIN_CUT_TYPE – MAINTAIN_CUT_DIRECTION – FOLLOW_CONTOUR (default …

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From Surface Isolines Surface Milling

From surface isolines surface milling creates toolpaths based on the natural UV contours of the machined surfaces. From Surface Isolines Surface Milling • Machine using natural UV surface contours. • Straddle open edges. • Avoid inner walls. • No patching of slots. From Surface Isolines Parameters • SCAN_TYPE – TYPE_1/2/3 • Lateral control: …

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