Tutorials:-Working with Power MILL "PART IV" Finish Machining Strategies.

Hi this is Sourbh again, I brought a part 4 tutorial work for Power mill software (Version 9)

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Introduction to Semi Finishing / Finishing Strategies.

Kindly see the previous tutorial also for great understanding the software and to do well work with it.

Link to previous tutorials:-
1.) https://grabcad.com/questions/tutorials-working-with-power-mill-part-i-to-generate-the-programs-g-coded-m-coded-for-various-cnc-machines
2.) https://grabcad.com/questions/tutorials-working-with-power-mill-part-ii-machining-setup
3.) https://grabcad.com/questions/tutorials-working-with-power-mill-part-iii-3d-area-clearance
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Raster, Radial, Spiral, and Pattern Finishing.

Introduction.
This section will cover Finishing strategies created by the downward projection of a Pattern, which include four types, Raster, Radial, Spiral and (user defined) Pattern.

PowerMILL generates the toolpaths by projecting a wireframe form down the Z-axis onto the model. The standard patterns applied in Raster, Radial, and Spiral are achieved by entering values directly into the Finishing Form. The resultant Pattern can be displayed by selecting Preview before executing the command by selecting Apply. The Pattern option requires a user-defined geometric form (active Pattern), which is projected down Z onto the model as a tool path.

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Finishing strategies machine the actual component form and where applicable, follow on from the Area Clearance operation. Suitable values are required to control the accuracy and amount of excess material to be left on a component by a tool path. The parameters used for this purpose are called Thickness and Tolerance

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thank you . i've almost found the complete help file from a british website includes the files you attached . thanks anyway

 
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