Definitions

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  • n. The path through space that the tip of a cutting tool follows on its way to producing the desired geometry of the workpiece.

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Examples

  • The SuperBox is a toolpath off-loading and processing acceleration device that dramatically shortens NC programming time.

  • Enhanced toolpath creation - enabling faster product delivery

  • The SuperBox is a toolpath off-loading and processing acceleration device that dramatically shortens NC programming; it is reported to have saved users 85% off programming time.

  • I don't have to stop work and wait for a toolpath calculation while I'm in the middle of a job; I just keep working.

  • The Background Calculations capability, which allows users to continue working on a project as usual while toolpath calculations are processed in the background, will also be demonstrated at EMO.

  • Helical Milling offers considerable surface quality advantages, providing a continuous toolpath with only one entry and exit point.

  • While creating a more realistic simulation, this also simplifies the stock definition and results in a more efficient and predictable toolpath.

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  • Camworks 2010 enables toolpath generation on complex part models.

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  • This is generally important for five-axis toolpaths, where it is often difficult to visualise the real position of the machine when animating the toolpath.

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  • By running the toolpath through the machine simulation, the user can be sure that there will be no collision between the machine head and the bed/table of the machine.

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