ProCAM II SOLIDS MACHINING TUTORIAL

Chapter 1 Learning 2 Axis Mill Basics
This chapter provides an opportunity to learn 2 Axis Mill through a step by step hands-on tour of the features and functions.
The exercises in this chapter are intended to show you how to use ProCAM and may not correspond to actual machining practices.

Chapter 2 Learning More 2 Axis Mill
This chapter provides an opportunity to learn more about Solids Machining 2 Axis Mill.
The exercises in this chapter are intended to show you how to use Solids Machining and may not correspond to actual machining practices.The part files used in these exercises were originally Parasolid (x_t) files that were opened in
ProCAM and saved in ProCAM (.pcii) format.

Chapter 3 Learning 3 Axis Mill
This chapter provides an opportunity to learn 3 Axis Mill through a step by step hands-on tour of the features and functions.We recommend that you go through the exercises in Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 first. In addition to learning how to generate 2 axis mill toolpaths, these exercises explain basic functions and procedures that are used to generate both 2 and 3 axis mill toolpaths and NC code.
The exercises in this chapter are intended to show you how to use Solids Machining and may not correspond to actual machining practices.The part files used in these exercises were originally Parasolid (x_t) files that were opened in
ProCAM and saved in ProCAM (.pcii) format

Chapter 4 Learning 2 Axis Turn
This chapter provides an opportunity to learn 2 Axis Turn through a step by step hands-on tour of the features and functions.
The exercises in this chapter are intended to show you how to use Solids Machining and may not correspond to actual machining practices.

Chapter 5 Learning 4 Axis Turn
Solids Machining uses the Rear turret for 2 Axis Turn machining and as the default for 4 Axis Turn machining. All tool motion and output is displayed and output from a Rear turret perspective. When the machine has 4 Axis capability, you can define the machine in the Technology Database to use both Back and Front turrets. Then, you can choose to have the display and output for any of the operations in the Solids Operation tree generated from the Rear or Front turret (providing there is a tool available on the Front turret).
This chapter provides an opportunity to learn 4 Axis Turn. The exercises in this chapter are intended to show you how to use ProCAM and may not correspond to actual machining practices.

Chapter 6 Learning the TechDB
The intelligence behind ProCAM Solids Machining automation is TekSoft’s proprietary Technology Database (TechDB). The Technology Database is shipped with data that is considered generally applicable to most machining environments. In order to gain full advantage of ProCAM Solids Machining, you will want to modify this data and input additional knowledge that represents your expertise and your facility’s capabilities and machining methods. This knowledge can then be recalled and applied in Solids Machining to help automate and promote consistency in NC programming and machining.
Even without this individual tailoring, Solids Machining can be used as a productive tool.With the exception of tooling and machine information, any method or machining procedure that is defined in the Technology Database can be applied interactively and modified in Solids Machining.
The TechDB is responsible for the following:
definition and selection of machine tools
definition and selection of tool sets
definition and selection of cutting tools and holders
determination of machining methods
definition of speeds and feeds conditions

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