InventorCAM offers you the following types of 2.5D Milling operations:
Engraving Chamfer Recognition
In InventorCAM, an operation is a single machining step. A workpiece is usually manufactured using several machining steps and technologies. For each of these steps you can define a separate operation. An operation can be very complex, but it always uses one tool, one major geometry and executes one machining type, e.g. Profile Milling or Drilling.
You can edit any single machining operation, change the operation sequence and generate the GCode, combining and splitting the operation list of your CAM-Part.
The Machining Geometry has to be defined for each operation. The Geometry prompts InventorCAM what and where you want to machine.
• A Geometry for Profile, Pocket, Contour 3D, Slot and T-Slot operations, Engraving and ToolBox cycles consists of a number of chains. Chain geometries are defined by selecting the following entities: edges of models, 2D curves, 3D curves, circles, lines and splines. Each chain is composed of one or more entities and defines an open or closed contour.
• A Geometry for Face Milling operations can be defined by selecting solid models, faces or chains of model elements.
• A Geometry for Drilling and Thread Milling operations consists of one or more points (drilling centers) that can be defined by a number of methods directly on the solid model.
• A Geometry for Drill Recognition, Pocket Recognition, and Chamfer Recognition operations is determined automatically by InventorCAM Automatic Feature Recognition functionality.
Face Milling Operation
This operation enables you to machine large flat surfaces with face mill tools.
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