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General Notes on Parameter Tables

Some parameter branches enable you to define the level of control over their parameters. The  and  symbols indicate whether all the parameters in a branch are displayed or only those marked as Show . See Hiding / Showing Parameters. The  and  symbols indicate whether the parameter is displayed or hidden. See Hiding / Showing Parameters. Values that appear in light blue …

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Displaying Parameters

Initially the trees display the main branches for each type of parameter. For example, Motion Parameters are broken down into several branches, as shown below. To display the individual parameters of each branch, click the “+” symbol. Now you can edit values. Editing parameters can be done in several ways: Change the …

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External Execution and Post Processing

NC External allows you to execute and post process toolpaths and procedures without having to enter a CimatronE NC file. You can select one or more files. Prior to executing the procedures, define which Post Processor you wish to use; GPP or IMS. To use IMSas your post processor, set this in the General section of the Preferences. …

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NC Report

The NC Report is a file that provides various information about a set of selected procedures. This information includes details about the project and provider, as well as toolpaths, procedures (includingmulti-cutter information), and parameters. Note: NC Reports can be initiated either from within the NC application or from within the GPP2 Post Processor. The difference between …

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Stretch : Options and Results

This function can be used to: Stretch (or shrink) objects along a vector relative to the reference plane. Stretch (or shrink) entire bodies or partial body regions. To demonstrate the results of the Stretch function, the following part will be used: Required Step 1 Select the object or objects that you want …

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Advanced Warping

The Advanced Warping function is identical to the DieDesign > Springback function, with the exception of some parameter names in the required step 3 (see below). The Advanced Warping function is available for users who do not have a DieDesign license.   Required Step 3 – Parameter Naming Differences The following parameter naming differences occur between the Springback and Advanced Warping functions in the …

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– Non-Uniform Scale: Options and Results

Increase/decrease the volume of an object(s) or the size of a face or sketch. Note: When creating a Non-Uniform Scale, the Automatic Preview operation may be time-consuming. A checkbox in the Preferencesenables you enable/disable the Automatic Preview option in the Feature Guide when executing the Scale function.   Non-Uniform Scale To demonstrate how to apply non-uniform shrinkage, the …

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Round-Face > Face-Face : Options and Results

This function can be used to create rounds between groups of non-adjacent or adjacent faces. Non-Adjacent Faces Required Step 1 Select the first face or group of faces. Press exit when finished. Required Step 2 Select the second face or group of faces. Press exit when finished. Required Step 3 Set the rounding radius. The first and second …

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Round command cimatron

Create round edges from sharp corners. The rounding radius can be constant or variable. Note: This function is used to round edges. You can use the Face-Face function to create rounds between faces. General Interaction The following is the Feature Guide for Round

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