|This task shows how to insert a Back Boring
operation in the program.
To create the operation you must define:
document, then select the desired
Make the Manufacturing Program current in the specification tree.
A Back Boring entity along with a default tool is added to the program.
The Back Boring dialog box appears directly at the Geometry tab page .
|2.||Select the top plane representation then select the top of the part.|
|3.||Select the red hole
depth representation then specify the hole pattern to be machined by
selecting the two counterbored features in the 3D window.
Just double click to end your selections.
The Geometry page is updated with information about the first selected feature.
|4.||If needed, you can invert the tool axis direction by selecting the axis representation in the sensitive icon.|
|5.||A tool is proposed by default when you want to create a machining operation.|
Strategy tab page
to specify the
following machining parameters:
See the Reference section for a description of all parameters.
Feeds and Speeds tab page
to specify the
feedrates and spindle speeds for the operation.
Note that in the tool path represented in the strategy page, tool motion is as follows:
|8.||If you want to specify approach and retract motion for the operation, select the Macros tab page to specify the desired transition paths. The general procedure for this is described in Define Macros of an Axial Machining Operation.|
|9.||Before accepting the operation, you should check its validity by replaying the tool path.|
|10.||Click OK to create the operation.|
|Example of output
If your PP table is customized with the following statement for Back Boring operations:
A typical NC data output is as follows:
You can use Edit Cycle to edit or choose output syntaxes. For more information please refer to Editing Cycle Syntaxes in Axial Machining Operations.
The parameters available for PP word syntaxes for this type of operation are described in the NC_BACK_BORING section of the Manufacturing Infrastructure User's Guide.