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Any ideas on the best way to achieve this ramp?

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Ryan_Fab
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Any ideas on the best way to achieve this ramp?

Im hoping im able to pick the highlighted contour and let the tool cut simultaneously in xy&Z. I just cant manage it

 

Any help greatly appreciated. File is attached

 

Ryan_Fab_0-1698068815637.png

 

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seth.madore
in reply to: Ryan_Fab

Blend should get you something decent. However, without doing some funky setups, you're not going to be able to achieve an exact replica of your model. We have tool nose radii to consider..

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Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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Ryan_Fab
in reply to: Ryan_Fab

Hi Seth, thanks for taking a look. Im hoping to do it fairly quick. Im not too fussed about recreating exactly whats modelled, Im trying to generate a channel for some wires, so they dont snag on any edges. I havent modelled it but the wires come from a hole at the bottom of the internal radiused corner

 

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Is there a way where I could drive the center of a ball nose across along the sketched path above? As im typing ive just thought of trace, ill go and give that a look

 

cheers 

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seth.madore
in reply to: Ryan_Fab

I'd steer you away from Trace, it will likely gouge. Project would be my first choice


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing

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