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Mazak Integrex 70YB postprocessor

DanD

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Talking about postprocessors, any suggestions about this one? Trying to machine some large screws (7 dia), and we can only rough them, but not finish them.

Dan
 

TonyJager

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Could you be a little more specific. Is the postprocessor that is not outputting the correct threading sequence or is it in pro-man where you have a problem. Also which type post processor are you using?

Are you using Nc-post (Icam/Campost) or G-post
 

DanD

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Sorry it took so long to answer, but with the power outage... The operation is a 5-axis milling tool path. There are inconsistencies on the tool path that generates undesirable erratic motions. Please see picture- it is not a threading sequence, and we are using G-post.

Other info: Fusion G40T control; XYZCB controllable axis.

Thanks,

Dan

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adicar01

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please read at: mmsinfo.com -> page 36



Company: Holroyd



They have the most corect technology for you kind of stuff.



and the guy's from http://www.mastertask.com/ ... I guess can offer you something nice for training.



- By the way in your solution ... you take too many chances to vibrations on tool and you will never reach a perfect shape for involute, and don't have any expectations to match the radius.



and not on the last ... my appologizes for missing to call back



Ady
 

ctarmijo

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Dan,

Why five axis? Do you have the capability of using a form tool and turning your five axis nightmare into a four axis program? By the looks of the picture you should not need the fifth axis if you are using a form tool to get the side profiles cut. With a form tool, you should be able to simplify your programming quite a bit.



ctarmijo
 

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