|This task shows how to apply all the machining processes of a catalog on a set of selected features.|
document, then select
|1.||Select Machining Processes Application . The Machining Processes Instantiation Manager appears.|
|2.||Select the features to be machined. You can do this using the Manufacturing View, Edit Search facilities, and so on. The Machining Processes Instantiation Manager is updated.|
|3.||Specify the insertion level in the program. This is usually the Manufacturing Program where you want the machining operations to be added.|
|4.||Select the machining process catalog.
All the machining processes are listed. Select the machining processes to be applied.
Note that selecting a chapter (component family) in the Chapters List
highlights all the machining processes in that chapter in the Machining
Processes List. You can then apply all of these machining processes.
|5.||Click OK to apply all the machining processes of the catalog to the selected features. The Manufacturing Program is updated with the created machining operations.|
|Please note the behavior of the command
buttons of the Machining Processes Instantiation Manager:
Apply: Apply the machining processes and keep dialog box open
OK: Apply the machining processes and quit the dialog box
Close: Quit the dialog box without applying the machining processes. However, if machining processes have already been applied they will remain applied.