Unit 1: Camand Basics
The basics of Camand include understanding each element on the Camand screen, using the active symbol, manipulating the view shown on the screen, and managing job files.
Each lesson in this unit begins with a list of objectives that identifies the concepts and skills you will have learned once your instructor has taken you through the material.
Unit 2: Camand Curve Modeling
Use the Camand curve modeling features to construct two- and three-dimensional wireframe geometry. You can use this wireframe geometry to generate numerical control toolpaths for different types of machine tools.
Unit 3: Camand Machining Curves
After you finish modeling geometry and it is in place, you are ready to produce a finished part and create an intermediate toolpath (ITP) program for your machine tool to cut it. Use Numerical Control to use the
modeling data and generate the ITP.
Each lesson in this unit begins with a list of objectives that identifies the concepts and skills you will learn when your instructor takes you through the material.
Unit 4: Camand Surface Modeling
Camand provides several ways to build surfaces, depending on the entities used to generate the surfaces.
Unit 5: Camand Surface Edit
Many of the skills you learned in the Curve Modeling unit apply when you create or edit surface entities in Camand (for example, the methods used to position the active symbol, use the grid, and display information about geometry).
Unit 6: Camand Machining Surfaces
All of the forms, and many of the icons presented in the Curve Machining unit, apply to Surface machining. This unit describes additional features, icons, and readouts that are used when you machine surfaces.
Unit 7: Camand Customizing
You can increase your Camand productivity by creating shortcuts that make the system easier and faster to use.
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