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reverse turning chamfer

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alexandrubudu
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reverse turning chamfer

hello, 

 

Because is a little lathe with one single post holder, I want to make most of the opperation with one tool. After interior contour and finishing, I want to make an outside chamfer with the same tool but I miss something and I do not what......attach the file

 

Tahank You 

 

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seth.madore
in reply to: alexandrubudu

The reason it's doing this is because your tool has it's origin set to here:

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When we flip the tool over 90 degrees, it's trying to put that point where it needs to be, thus violating the part (which the Chamfer toolpath is more than happy to do)

If you want to use this tool, you're going to have to play with the Chamfer values until you get a result you like. Set to .01:

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Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 3 of 4

@alexandrubudu the turning chamfer operation is intended to be used when a chamfer is not actually modeled on the part and therefore requires you to select the edge that needs to be broken with a chamfer. If you have, in fact, a chamfer modeled on the part it is recommended that you use a profile finishing operation to machine it.

 

Regards,



Akash Kamoolkar
Software Development Manager
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seth.madore
in reply to: alexandrubudu

Thanks @akash.kamoolkar I goofed on this one. "Forest for the trees".....


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing

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