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3D Chamfer, Scallop and Flow

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kwerkleyBXBNY
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3D Chamfer, Scallop and Flow

Hello,

 

I looked at the other posts addressing 3D Chamfers here, and tried to use Scallop as suggested in an Autodesk tutorial video with no luck. I was able to generate a toolpath with Flow, but can't seem to adjust the number of passes (currently 3), this might be a function of chamfer width modeled and tool size, but not sure. 

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Kris

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a.laasW8M6T
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Flow is much better than Scallop in this case, it looks like its doing a good job here.

 

The minimum number of passes you can get with Flow is 3, if you try and increase the stepover too much it will fail.

If you only want to do one pass you could try the Deburr toolpath and not model the chamfer.

 

 

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kwerkleyBXBNY
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Great, thanks for the feedback, much appreciated!

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