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Secrets of 5-Axis Machining Im in the same boat as you, been a user since X2.
Books I know it says 5 axis, but it covers all the basics for 4 and 5 axis programming. Rotary 4th Axis Indexing in Mastercam tip of the month text Check this out, see if that info gets mastercam 4 axis tutorial there. Originally Posted by D. Is that the correct domain name for the ftp? Best way to learn 4 axis Mastercam? It does not cover programming beyond mastercam 4 axis tutorial discussing TLO and work offsets in general terms FWIW I’m no expert: Just yesterday Futorial got some help that is posted there under X5 files.
Sorry if you’ve already found it, but On the very bottom of the screen next to G views I think The best advise I got on emastercam for rotary work is mastercam 4 axis tutorial Planes Planes!.
Best way to learn 4 axis Mastercam?
Sign up to emastercam and ask away. No connection to the guy just a customer.
Login to Your Account. Work probably won’t pay for the training seminars. That Mike site has no info on 4 or 5 axis in X4 or X5. Mike Mattera Tips for manufacturing dot com He has a Mastercam 4 axis tutorial video, explains the whole tool, construction plane thing very well, worth every penny.
It was written in conjunction with ModuleWorks. I took a mastercak in the dark and guessed the ftp for emc site was masetrcam. I feel like even if I got some example of how it was supposed to be done, like someone just doing a video recording of setting up and picking out a 4 axis part I would be way better off.
Even the whole system of assigning the WCS and flipping mastercwm part around I sometimes stumble a bit with, especially for lathe parts where it may look right but actually your viewing angle is 90 degrees to the right if viewed from the face and that masterczm up when you try to give it a stock size.
Works the same in every x version. I feel dumb asking but where is this oh so useful rotate planes located? That book does not address how to set up a 4 axis job mastercam 4 axis tutorial mastercam.
I’ve learned most I know from emastercam dot com. Toolpath as per normal for each face. Hopefully the Acroloc 4 axis mill we have will be repaired soon and I can get to learn programming for that. Btw username is mastercam.
Ill def check that out. By closing this banner, scrolling this page, clicking a link or continuing to browse otherwise, you agree to the mastercam 4 axis tutorial of cookies.
If your doing operations on a part and you know what angle it lies at mastercam 4 axis tutorial click rotate planes and enter the rotation degree about what axis. Now your tool plane is normal to that plane, Simple enough. The problem is I am self taught with Mastercam X4 and haven’t been able to figure out how to do the 4 axis stuff I want.