This tutorial will introduce to the basic steps of setting up a  manufacturing model in Pro NC
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This tutorial will introduce to the basic steps of setting up a manufacturing model in Pro NC

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Pro/NC Pro/NC tutorials have been developed with great emphasis on the Prerequisites practical application of the software to solve real world problems. The self-study course starts from the very basic concepts and teaches The user should have basic concepts in the advanced techniques step by step. After completing these tutorials an following Engineer or CAM Programmer will be able to easily machine any CAD model on a three axis milling machine, generate required downstream 1) Solid Modeling documentation for job setting, create NC templates and configure 2) Surface Post-Processor for a given CNC controller. 3) Assembly The training material is divided into sections. Each section is Stats accompanied with exercises to practice the concepts learned. Following are the stats for WF 4.0 1. Introduction 2. Face Milling Total Pages: 647 3. Volume and Local Milling 4. Roughing and Reroughing Total Exercises: 85 5. Plunge Milling 6. Profile Milling 7. Surface Milling 8. Finishing 9. Trajectory Milling 10. Engraving 11. Hole Making 12. Thread Milling 13. Tool Manager 14. Process Manager 15. Manufacturing Process Information 16. Manufacturing Template 17. Post Processing INTRODUCTION This tutorial will introduce to the basic steps of setting up a manufacturing model in Pro/NC. The topics covered are as follows. • Creating a new manufacturing model • Assembling the reference model • Creating the workpiece • ...

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Pro/NC  Pro/NC tutorials have been developed with great emphasis on the  practical application of the software to solve real world problems. The self-study course starts from the very basic concepts and teaches advanced techniques step by step. After completing these tutorials an Engineer or CAM Programmer will be able to easily machine any CAD model on a three axis milling machine, generate required downstream documentation for job setting, create NC templates and configure Post-Processor for a given CNC controller.  The training material is divided into sections. Each section is accompanied with exercises to practice the concepts learned.  1. Introduction   2. Face Milling  3. Volume and Local Milling  4. Roughing and Reroughing  5. Plunge Milling  6. Profile Milling   7. Surface Milling  8. Finishing  9. Trajectory Milling  10. Engraving  11. Hole Making  12. Thread Milling  13. Tool Manager  14. Process Manager  15. Manufacturing Process Information  16. Manufacturing Template  17. Post Processing     
 
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 VOLUME AND LOCAL MILLING  Volume milling NC Sequence is a 2.5 axis sequence. It is a very versatile sequence used not only to rough machine the workpiece but can also perform finishing and facing operations. It is the mostly used NC Sequence while machining a part. So it is given its due share in our tutorials.  Defining a new Volume milling NC e e S quenc  Controlling the cutting condition at corners Roughing a Cavity- Helical Entry and Pocketing- Profiling of Walls and Facing to avoid vibration Minimum Corner Radius Control to of Horizontal Surfaces within a single  Specifying the linear ramp motion instead of Avoid Vibration at Corner NC Sequence plunge ram motion  Specifying the helical p  Controlling the cutting feed along ramp    motion   Simulating toolpath in Vericut for verification  Specifying an axis for plunge motion to the next slice Defining a Local Milling NC Sequence for  rest milling operation  Using Volume Milling for profiling of the walls of the mill volume  Controlling the entry/exit condition of the tool  Controlling the surface finish by specifying scallop or cusp height    Performing profiling and facing within a  single NC Sequence by using pocketing  chinin rial left   sCHtruoaswtt eotgom yic zooafp tiVyo oanl  uoNfm Cte h SeMe itlqoliuonlegpn acteh  and specif"PSr"o fCilionngn- eFcitinoisnh, iTngo ool f SSttaeyes pi nW Calolns swtaitnht  Local Millingb- yM pareviousg  ttohoel   mate y Contact new references   How to use excluded surfaces option to exclude the selected surfaces from profiling  How to control the entry/exit into cut for longer tool life and less machine tool acceleration/deceleration  Introduction to the following entry/exit movements between slices 1. Lea in, Lead out 2. Ramping 3. S-shape Connections  Defining a local milling NC Sequence to machine the material left at corners by a previous tool Machini ng of Thin wall component with Thin Wall Structure Slice by Slice Scanning   
 
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PLUNGE MILLING
Plunge milling is used to rough machine a workpiece by a series of overlapping plunges into the material.
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Defining a new Plunge Milling NC Sequence Creating a Mill Window Creating a new plunge milling cutter
  
Plunge Milling to Rough out a Cavity
 
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