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Creating Drafts Split at Sketch

You can use a sketch to define custom split lines. • Sketch becomes linked. • Sketch can be unlinked. • A new sketch can be defined. • Sketch need not lie on draft surface. Figure 1 – Viewing Sketch Figure 2 – Draft Split at Sketch Creating Drafts Split at …

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Creo Parametric Basic Mold Process

The Basic Mold Process Can Be Summarized in Seven High-Level Steps: 1. Preparing and Analyzing Design Models • Drafts, draft/ thickness checks. 2. Creating the Mold Model • Reference model, shrinkage, and workpiece. 3. Creating Mold Volumes • Sliders and other sketched volumes. 4. Creating Parting Surfaces 5. Creating Mold Components • Split Mold Volumes and create cavity insert parts. 6. Creating Mold Features …

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Editing Process Items

The process table enables you to reorder and merge steps. You can also modify the configuration of an existing step in the process table. Editing Process Items • Reordering Steps – Process view only – Cut/Copy/Paste • Merging Steps – Holemaking Steps • Edit Existing Steps – Tool – Parameters – Geometry …

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Editing Drilling Toolpaths

you can edit drilling toolpaths by configuring holemaking manufacturing parameters. You can also use customize functionality to specify the tool movement between drilling holes. Holemaking Parameters • SCAN_TYPE – TYPE_1 – TYPE_SPIRAL – TYPE_ONE_DIR – PICK_ORDER – SHORTEST (default) • BREAKOUT_DISTANCE • PECK_DEPTH • CLEAR_DIST • RAPTO_DIST • PULLOUT_DIST Connect …

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Basic 3-Axis Trajectory Milling

In 3-axis trajectory milling, you specify the tool trajectory by creating cut motions using the customize functionality. 3-Axis Trajectory Milling Configuration • Create cut motions • Trajectory Options – Sketch/Edge/Curve/Surface • Cut motion Options – Specify Trajectory – Direction – Offset – Start Height – Height – Material Side • Customize Options …

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Creating Sketched Milling Tools

Trajectory milling sequences enable you to sketch a tool. This enables you to create a user-defined tool cross-section and specify a non-standard control point for the tool. Sketched Tools • Create a sketch during tool configuration. • Tool Features – Sketch as revolved solid. – Half tool cross-section. – Right side of axis …

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Roughing Corner Options

When you rough a surface, you can add a filleting move to a sharp corner. You can also create slowdown motions before a corner and ramp up motions after a corner. Toolpath Filleting • Add a filleting move to a sharp corner • SMOOTH_SHARP_ CORNERS – NO – CONSTANT_RADIUS – …

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Basic Roughing and Re-roughing

Roughing and re-roughing sequences are intended for high speed mold machining, and for machining imported, non-solid geometry. You can use these NC sequences to produce more efficient toolpaths when machining mold cavities or pockets. Roughing and Re-roughing Sequences • Roughing – High speed mold machining and machining imported geometry. – …

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Creating Surface Milling Reference Geometry

you can use reference geometry such as mill surfaces as alternative machining references in surface milling. Surface Milling Reference Geometry Alternative surface machining references. • Mill Surfaces – Copy – Extrude – Fill • Mill surface modification – Extend ♦ To Plane ♦ Along Surface ♦ Same ♦ Tangent ♦ Approximate – …

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Lead In and Lead Out Motions

When you create profile milling sequences, you can use a number of parameters to control lead in and lead out motions. • CUTCOM Lead In and Lead Out Motion Parameters • CUT_ENTRY_EXT • CUT_EXIT_EXT • LEAD_RADIUS • TANGENT_LEAD_STEP • NORMAL_LEAD_STEP • OVERTRAVEL_DISTANCE • APPROACH/EXIT – APPROACH_DISTANCE – EXIT_DISTANCE Figure 1 …

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