In this video, learn about stock setup options.
- [Instructor] In this video, we're going to be setting up … the stock for the manufacturing operation. … Now, you can see here we've got an assembly belt … with a machine table, it's got a vise on it … and then we've got a block of our finished part in the vise. … Now what we want to do … is establish the stock around that piece. … Now we're doing a little bit of extra work here … by setting up the table and the vise … and getting it all into an assembly, … but it really pays off in the long run … because you can see exactly what's going on … in your manufacturing operation. … And you can add multiple operations all to the same table, … all to the same assembly. … And in that case, it really makes things a lot easier … to reuse the same tools, and a lot of the same setup … information you can use across multiple parts, … so definitely take a look at doing that. … Now of course, we didn't have to do all that, … we could just bring in the individual part … we want to manufacture and start machining, …
- 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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