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Is it possible to make multiple instances of "preceding setup" stock?

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chrisevrard
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Is it possible to make multiple instances of "preceding setup" stock?

Hey All,

 

I am wondering if it is possible to make multiple instances of "preceding setup" stock, and place them where I want to in my fixture plate. For Op.2 I'd like to put 4 instances of stock on the right side of my fixture, and then create a Duplication Pattern of the tool paths to cut all 4 parts.

 

I do know how to create a .stl file of 1st op parts. Is that my only option? Or is there a better way to accomplish this? 

 

Thanks for any thoughts. 

 

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matty.fuller
in reply to: chrisevrard

If you want to use a pattern there is no need to duplicate the preceding stock... that's the whole point of a pattern.

 

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Program off the one "proceeding stock" then simply pattern it with the spacing. It will all be indentical.

Only other option is multiple instance of the STL.

Please click "Accept Solution" if what I wrote solved your issue!
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chrisevrard
in reply to: chrisevrard

Roger that. Thanks guys! 

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