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Machine Between Layers: Parameters

The following parameters appear in the Machine Between Layers Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Between Layers Strategy Layers Order Side Step Vertical Step Type Volume Milling Strategy

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Machine Between Layers: Parameters

The following parameters appear in the Machine Between Layers Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Between Layers Strategy Layers Order Side Step Vertical Step Type Volume Milling Strategy

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Machine Between Layers: Parameters

The following parameters appear in the Machine Between Layers Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Between Layers Strategy Layers Order Side Step Vertical Step Type Volume Milling Strategy

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Machine Between Layers Parameters

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Machine Between Layers inserts intermediate layers between each two consecutive Rough layers. This enables the function to extend its capability and also cover cases where you want to mill thin walls in such a way that they will not break. The parameters are also applicable for thin Ribs, Electrodes or for Micro ...

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High Speed Machining: Parameters

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The following parameters appear in the High Speed Machining Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Multi Z Round Air Motions Round Connections Round Corners Trochoidal Trochoidal Pitch   Round Rapid Round the corners of air motions for High Speed Machining. Examples: ...

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High Speed Machining: Parameters

The following parameters appear in the High Speed Machining Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Multi Z Round Air Motions Round Connections Round Corners Trochoidal Trochoidal Pitch

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High Speed Machining Parameters

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High Speed Machining (HSM) means milling with light depths-of-cut at high feed rates with smaller tools. This enables milling alone to bring the part close to its final form. Instead of using different machines for rough milling, finish milling, EDM and polishing, a mold maker might produce a core or ...

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Entry End Points: Parameters

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The following parameters appear in the Entry & End Points Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Approach / Retract Extension Connect Layers via Clear for Distance Define Entry Points Delta Z DZ_Feed Start DZ Length End Check End Points Entry Beyond ...

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Electrode Machining Parameters

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The Electrode Machining branch enables you to define the level of control over its use and over the display of the parameters in the branch. The following branch options are available: On and Off – Off is the default option. Branch option: On Click on the marked item in the menu below for an explanation. (Depending on the procedure you ...

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Drill Parameters: Parameters

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The following parameters appear in the Drill Parameters Table (the appearance of a parameter in the table is dependent upon the procedure you have selected): Drill Type Dwell Max. Inclination Angle Peck Preferred Order Shift Shift I and Shift J Step and Decrease Time In the Automated Drill procedure, once a drilling sequence has ...

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