In this video, learn how to create open pockets.
- In this video we're going to be taking a look at … dynamic milling for open pockets. … Now when you are milling open pockets, … they're a little bit different from regular pockets. … So let me show you how that works. … The first thing I want to is head up here to … 2-D high speed tool paths, … come down here to dynamic mill. … Now this is exactly the same as the regular pocket, … but there's a few more options. … So, the first thing I want to do is … I want to chose the face I'd like to machine. … And there it is, right there. … Click over here to the chain. … This looks good. … Click on okay. … Come up here to dynamic mill, … make sure you're choosing that one there, … and I've got this machine region one here turned on. … Which I just selected. … Then I come down to the tool, I'm going to chose tool four. … A stock, just leave it as is. … Cut parameters, now let's just ahead and leave that … as is for right now. … Notice the stock to leave on the walls, … as well as the floor, are fifty thousands. …
- Navigating the interface
- Stock setup
- Creating custom coordinate systems
- Selecting and creating tools
- Tool libraries
- Running a time study
- Simulating the operations
- Generating a G-code file
- Post-processor options
- Utilities/setup sheets
Skill Level Intermediate
SOLIDWORKS: Integrated CAM with HSMXpresswith Gabriel Corbett2h 32m Intermediate
Downloading the software1m 25s
1. Mastercam Job Setup
2. Tools and Tool Libraries
4. 2D Milling Operations
5. Simulation and Post-Processing
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