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NX MULTI AXIS MACHINING VASC

NX MULTI AXIS MACHINING VASC

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Published by MATHI KRISHNAN
NX MULTI AXIS MACHINING
NX MULTI AXIS MACHINING

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Published by: MATHI KRISHNAN on Apr 19, 2011
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Tool Axis Control in VASC
 
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Tool Axis ±Relative to Geometry
f
E
lements for calculating L
E
 AD and TILT
f
V
1
=
Normal vector of geometry concerned at currentcontact position
f
V
2
=
Vector from current to next drive positionTransform V2 coincide to V1
f
P
1
=
Plane form by V1-V2
f
P
2
=
Rotate P1 90°about V1
f
LE
AD
=
V1 lean toward (+) or backward (-) to V2
f
TI
L
T
=
V1 tilt right (+) or left (-) on P2
f
U, V tanget vectors are irrelevant, instead, cut direction is keyelement
 
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Dual 4-Axis Relative to Geometry
f
O
nly available for Zig-Zag
f
During step-over, tool axis change from endstatus of previous movement to start statusof next movement
f
Specify +/-Lead for Zig/Zag can minimizetool axis change during step-over 
f
Side-effect ±inconsistent zig zag cuttingcondition
f
If Rotation Axis not specified, 5-axis toolpath might be generated
f
If Rotation Axis for Zig and Zag are different,5-axis tool path might be generated for step-over, with different 4-axis zig and zag

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