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New in NX 8.0.1
External functions
Operation Parameters in Add-ons
Feature Recognition
New in NX 8.0.2
Function IT_Class_Iso (nominal, _upper, _lower)
New in NX 8.5
MKE User Interface Enhancements
Installed default Machining Rule Library
Migration of existing pre-NX 85 Machining Rule Library
Feature Recognition improvements
Best machining practice definition
Machining Rule concept
RuleLibrary
Starting the Machining Knowledge Editor
Loading the Rule Library
The Machining Knowledge Editor User Interface
Tree View
Selecting nodes
Activating nodes
Renaming nodes
Ordering nodes
Copying nodes
Undo
Deleting nodes
Selecting nodes in Table View
Commands in Table View
Table View Toolbar
Sorting cells
Editing cells
Rule View
Conditions Tab
Constants Tab
Materials Tab
Machines Tab
Explanations Tab
Image Tab
Application Criteria
Tool Attributes
Less Worked Feature Attributes
Operation Attributes
Expression syntax | Functions
Functions
Constants concept
Scope of a Constant
Using Constants in Expressions
Finding Rules based on criteria
Find in all Rule Conditions
Testing the Rules
Check Validity
Testing in NX with Create Feature Process
Rules for multiple More Worked Features
Machining Knowledge Editor and NX
Examples of operation sequences
Finding a solution using elementary rules
Information Window
CHAPTER 4 MKE Exercises: Hole Making
Creating a new RuleLibrary file
Copying an existing RuleLibrary file
Creating a new RuleLibrary file
Creating a first Rule
Explanatory picture
Conditions
(1) Application Criteria
(2) Tool attributes
(4) Operation Attributes
Constants
Materials and Machines
Testing the MachiningRule
Detailing the MachiningRule with Add-ons
Activity: (1)Define the Cycle Type and Parameters
Activity: (2) Define a Start/End UDE
Creating a second MachiningRule
What this example intends to explain
Creating a third MachiningRule
Explanation
Defining a ‘competing’ MachiningRule
Working with in-process geometry
Hole Milling
Thread Milling
Using functions
Using Find and Replace functions
Additional stuff
When both sides of a hole need chamfering
Creating a rule for the bottom chamfer
Defining the conditions
Testing the rule
Testing the value of a Feature Attribute
Creating a rule to split a feature
Using Knowledge Fusion for post create features
Automating 2-sided machining using KF functions
Checking for tool availability
Summarizing three different ways to machine from opposite directions
External Function TCL body definition
MOM__boot {} and MOM__halt {}
Example interface to Microsoft Excel from TCL
Limitations
Feature Based Turning
Machining Knowledge Editor
Recognition of WEDM Features
PDW feature creation
PDW feature identification
Defining rules for WEDM features in the MKE
Rule Add-on
WEDM resource (tool)
WEDM operation types
Using Feature Mapping -case 1
Using Feature Mapping -case 2
Example
Mapping to Hole or Pocket feature types?
Creating a mapping rule
Identification or Recognition
What is Feature Teaching ?
When to teach a Feature Type
How to teach a Feature Type
PMI Support in Feature Teaching
Use case 1: Create a new feature type and a new recognition rule
Use case 2: Create a new recognition rule for an existing feature type
Use case 3: Modify an existing recognition rule for existing feature type
Defining the feature’s position and orientation
Starting Machining Knowledge Editor in admin mode
What is Operation Rule Teaching ?
When to teach an Operation Rule ?
How to teach an Operation Rule
Face color and attribute recognition
Defining a Recognition Rule for the new Feature Type
Face attribute value
Machining Direction of C&A Features
Machining Rules for a Color & Attribute feature
Cut Levels
Customization view
Default Customization
CAM Configuration dependent customization
Tools, Machines,Part Materials, UDE’s
Operation Types
Features
Additional Customization
NX Version upgrades
Set as Cutter Diameter, Set as Cutter Length
Teamcenter Integration for NX Compatibility
Configuration
Mixed mode configurations
Commands “Load Local...” and “Save Local...” in managed mode
Configuring the Teamcenter data
The FBM OOTB content kit:
Machining Knowledge structure in Teamcenter
MKE customization
Teamcenter Preferences
CAM template import
OOTB content
An explanation of the OOTB Rules
What do all these achievable... constants mean?
Discussion of some other constants
Modify the OOTB or Start from Scratch?
Workflow in a customization project
Analyze your products for manufacturing features
What comes OOTB
How to add features that are not standard
Analyze your operation sequences
Analyze your tool libraries
What comes OOTB
Implement Knowledge
Maintain Knowledge
Using Knowledge Fusion (KF) in Feature Based Machining
B: Naming conventions for Manufacturing Features
D: Definition of the standard non-STEPPED features
E: Tips and Tricks
Choosing priority for the MACHINING_RULE
How to use the MACHINING_RULE conditions
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NX 8 5 MachiningKnowledgeEditor

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