Turn Tutorial – Solidworks 2019 CAM

Turn Tutorial – Solidworks 2019 CAM
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Dassault Systemes SolidWorks Corporation
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15 مايو 2019
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Turn Tutorial – Solidworks 2019 CAM
Dassault Systemes SolidWorks Corporation
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: LEARNING 2 AXIS TURN 7
Turn 1 8
Steps to Generate Turn Toolpaths and NC Code 8
Step 1: Model Part in SOLIDWORKS or Import Part .9
Viewing the FeatureManager Design Trees .10
Step 2: Change to SOLIDWORKS CAM Feature Tree .10
Changing default machine in TechDB 10
SOLIDWORKS CAM Machining Trees 11
SOLIDWORKS CAM Menu and SOLIDWORKS CAM NC Manager 12
SOLIDWORKS CAM Command Manager .12
SOLIDWORKS CAM Options 13
Step 3: Define the Machine 13
Step 4: Edit the Stock Definition 18
Step 5: Define Machinable Features 20
Using Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) 20
Defining Machinable Features Automatically 21
Defining Features Interactively (IFR) .24
Step 6: Generate Operation Plan and Adjust Operation Parameters 27
Step 7: Generate Toolpaths 30
Step 8: Simulate Toolpaths 31
Change the Machining Order 34
Step 9: Post Process Toolpaths .34
Setup Sheets 37
Turn 2 38
Turn Feature Types Recognized by AFR and IFR 38
Supported Turn Feature Types 38
Step 1: Open the Part .39
Step 2: Defining the Machine and Editing the Stock Definition .39
Define the Machine .39
Editing the Tool Crib 40
Selecting the Post Processor .44
Editing the Stock Definition .44
Step 3: Extracting Machinable Features and Editing Feature Parameters 45
Extracting Machinable Features .45
Feature Strategy 46
Step 4: Generating Operations 47
Step 5: Generating NC Code .50
Turn 3 51
Step 1: Open the Part, Define the Machine, Edit the Stock Definition and Extract
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Define the Machine Parameters 51
Editing the Stock Definition .52
Extract machinable Features .52
Step 2: Interactively Inserting an OD Profile for Threading .52
Step 3: Reorganizing Machinable Features .54
Step 4: Suppressing Machinable Features .54
Step 5: Saving the File .55
Step 6: Generating an Operation Plan and Toolpaths .55
SOLIDWORKS CAM Message Window 56
Step 7: Simulate Toolpaths 56
Viewing XZ cutter coordinates of the Tool in SOLIDWORKS CAM Message Window.57
Step 8: Post Processing Toolpaths .59
Turn 4 60
Step 1: Open the Part and Define the Machine .60
Step 2: Defining the Stock as a Forging or Casting 61
Step 3: Recognizing Machinable Features using AFR 61
Deleting Unwanted Features Recognized by AFR .62
Step 4: Defining a Rectangular OD Groove Feature Interactively .62
Step 5: Deleting an Operation .64
Step 6: Adjusting Operation Parameters .64
Step 7: Displaying the Chuck in Graphics Area 65
Step 8: Defining Program Zero .65
Step 9: Simulate Toolpath .67
Step 9: Post Processing Toolpaths .68
Turn 5 69
Step 1: Opening the Part and Defining the Machine and Stock 69
Open the Part .69
Define the Machine Parameters 69
Defining the Stock 69
Step 2: Extract Machinable Features .70
Deleting Features 71
Step 3: Adding an ID Groove Feature Interactively 71
Step 4: Adding OD Thread and ID Thread Features Interactively .72
Interactively Inserting a Threaded OD Feature 73
Interactively Inserting a Threaded ID Feature 75
Step 5: Changing Feature Parameters, Generating Operations and Modifying Operation
Parameters .77
Changing Feature Parameters and Renaming Features 77
Generating Operations 77
Modifying Operation Parameters 78
Step 6: Defining the Machining Sequence and Generating Toolpaths .79
Step 7: Displaying the Chuck/Fixture .80
Step 8: Defining the Chuck/Fixture .80
Step 9: Defining the Chuck Location 83
Step 10: Simulate Toolpath .85Turn Tutorial
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Step 11: Post Processing Toolpaths .85
Turn 6 86
Step 1: Opening the Part 86
Step 2: Defining Machine Parameters .86
Step 3: Establishing Part Zero .87
Step 4: Defining the Stock from a Sketch for Double Chucking 88
Step 5: Defining Machinable Features 89
Changing Feature Definitions for OD and ID Profiles .90
Step 6: Changing the Origin Machining Direction .92
Step 7: Generating Operations and Editing Operation Parameters .93
Step 8: Defining the Chuck Configuration 94
Step 9: Setting the Chuck Display State 95
Step 10: Setting the Chuck Location .96
Step 11: Simulating the Toolpaths for Double Chucking .97
Step 12: Post Processing Toolpaths .98
Turn 7 99
Step 1: Opening the Part and Defining the Machining Parameters .100
Defining Machining Parameters .100
Step 2: Extracting Machinable Features using Plane Section Method 100
Setting the Method for AFR .100
Extracting Machinable Features .101
Step 3: Using the Plane Section to Extract Machinable Features Correctly .101
Viewing the Feature Relative to the Standard Orientation .103
Turn 8 105
Step 1: Open the Part and Defining the Machine Parameters .105
Step 2: Defining a Thread Feature 105
Step 3: Cutting Multiple Start Threads 109
Step 4: Enabling the ‘Process by Level’ Option for a Threading Operation 110
Step 5: Step Through Toolpath .110
Step 6: Simulating the Threading Toolpath 111
Turn 9 113
Step 1: Opening the Part 113
Step 2: Define the Machine Parameters 114
Step 3: Defining the Stock .115
Step 4: Defining Features Automatically and Interactively 116
Step 5: Editing Machinable Features .117
Extends of the OD feature .117
Extends of the ID feature 118
Interactively inserting Face Feature and OD Feature in Turn Setup2 118
Step 6: Generating Operations and Toolpaths .120
Step 7: Defining the Chuck Location for Turn Setup1 .123
Disabling Chuck/Fixture Display in Graphics Area .123
Defining the Geometry of the chuck .123
Step 8: Defining the Chuck Location for Turn Setup2 .125Turn Tutorial
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Step 9: Simulating the Toolpaths for Multiple Turn Setups .128
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