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In addition to programming cutting operations, modern CAM softwares can additionally drive non-cutting operations such as machine tool probing.
Integration with PLM and the extended enterpriseLM to integrate manufacturing with enterprise operations from concept through field support of the finished product. These solutions are created to meet the full needs of manufacturing personnel including part planning, shop documentation, resource management and data management and exchange. To prevent these solutions from detailed tool specific information a dedicated tool management Machining process[ edit ] Most machining progresses through many stages,  each of which is implemented by a variety of basic and sophisticated strategies, depending on the part design, material, and software available.
Roughing This process usually begins with raw stock, known as billet , or a rough casting which a CNC machine cuts roughly to shape of the final model, ignoring the fine details.
In milling, the result often gives the appearance of terraces or steps, because the strategy has taken multiple "steps" down the part as it removes material.
This takes the best advantage of the machine's ability by cutting material horizontally. Common strategies are zig-zag clearing, offset clearing, plunge roughing, rest-roughing, and trochoidal milling adaptive clearing.
The goal at this stage is to remove the most material in the least time, without much concern for overall dimensional accuracy. When roughing a part, a small amount of extra material is purposely left behind to be removed in subsequent finishing operation s.
Semi-finishing This process begins with a roughed part that unevenly approximates the model and cuts to within a fixed offset distance from the model. The semi-finishing pass must leave a small amount of material called the scallop so the tool can cut accurately, but not so little that the tool and material deflect away from the cutting surfaces.
Finishing Finishing involves many light passes across the material in fine steps to produce the finished part. Create Line Endpoints Enter the line Length 1. Select the lines as shown to the right.
Select Delete entity icon. Entity A Entity A The final part will look like the following picture.
For machining purposes we did not need to draw the hole. Select the plus in front of Properties to expend the Toolpaths Group Properties. Change the parameters to match the following screenshot.
In the Stock Setup dialog box you can setup the stock, the chuck, and if necessary a tailstock and a steady rest. Enable Use Margins to be able to set the following parameters; extra stock to the OD, face and back of the stock. You can check the stock size by selecting the Preview button.
To return from the graphic mode to the Bar Stock dialog box select press Enter to continue.