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Motion simulation of Vericut five-coordinate high-speed milling machine tool

Since the tool path is relatively complex during five-coordinate high-speed milling, and the tool axis vector changes frequently during processing, especially when performing high-speed cutting, the tool movement speed is very fast. Therefore, the CNC program must be edited before actual product processing. Proofreading and review are very necessary.

Due to the large amount of programs in five-coordinate linkage high-speed cutting, many programs use manual methods or are simulated in CAM software. It is difficult to effectively check whether there are problems with the CNC program and the actual output of the machine tool. Using Vericut software can save proofreading time and perform real simulated processing. Vericut software can very realistically simulate interference, overcutting, advance and retreat, etc. during machine tool processing. It can especially simulate five-axis machining and its RTCP very well. Function. Vericut provides many functions, including complete graphical display of blank size, position and orientation, and can simulate 2 to 5-axis linkage milling and drilling.

UGII/Vericut cutting simulation module is a third-party module integrated in UGII software. It uses human-computer interaction to simulate, check and display NC machining programs. It is a convenient method to verify CNC programs. By eliminating the need for trial cutting of sample parts, machine tool debugging time can be saved, tool wear and machine tool cleaning work can be reduced. By defining the blank shape of the part to be cut and calling the NC tool position file data, the correctness of the tool path generated by the NC can be verified. UGII/Vericut can display the processed and colored part model, so users can easily check incorrect processing conditions.

As another part of the inspection, the module can also calculate the volume of the processed part and the amount of blank removal. The digital model in UGII can be directly transferred to Vericut software for simulation, including digital information such as blank, product, CNC tool path and tool. Figure 9 shows the Vericut interface provided in the UGNX environment. The simulation situation in Vericut software when processing an integral impeller machine tool provides a better detection process to ensure the quality of the product.

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