In this video, learn how to use the tool libraries and load others.
- In this video we're going to be talking about … tool libraries. … Now tool libraries are where we can get predefined tools … or I can take the tools that I've already defined … and save them to a library. … Both are great things. … Let's head up here to tool path utilities. … Grab the tool manager. … Inside there I've got this one tool here. … And I want to create or access a library. … So right down here you can see … I'm already accessing a library. … And you can see there is the path to it, right? … And I can click over here and create a new tool library … if I'd like to. … I can just save it out. … And save it to your file system, … wherever you want to save it, it doesn't matter. … But generally save it somewhere in your working directory. … So let's go ahead and just like try one out. … I'm going to put it under Amil Tools … and I'm just going to call this one Gabe. … And save. … So here's my new tool library and I'm just saving this out, … right? … So notice, there's nothing down here though, right? …
- 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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