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Published on Sep 8, 2012
Septum (heart wall) machined from 1-3/8" diameter titanium bar stock on an Okuma Multus B300W using GibbsCAM Production Mill Lathe software with a Haas 3-axis mill post processor outputting an R value in G03 g-code command, and simply cut and paste the g-code from text editor into the OSP machine control unit.
Cutting with standard OEM tools and a custom form tool for 3-axis simultaneous contour milling.
Why? The algorithms provided by many CAD/CAM OEMs may be fine for programming new designs or for product development, but not for production where cycle time effects productivity and machine tool utilization and capacity. Lean: doing more with less.
Some CAM OEMs would charge $25,000 to $45,000 for this result. They'll give you a lot of capability. But, it's over kill when the the goal is simply to reduce cycle time where g-code is the gospel. Simply applying the KISS principle to increase capacity and eliminate another machine tool purchase.
Some do, some teach, and some talk. Trust, but verify. It's about the money.
(on behalf of Meritage Music); UMPG Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, Sony ATV Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, Rumblefish (Publishing), União Brasileira de Compositores, LatinAutor - SonyATV, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutor, and 6 Music Rights Societies
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