As with turning and milling, the complete machine model can also be switched on during eroding. Thus, all collisions are detected immediately.
Straight and conical Areas:
With Sprutcam you can edit straight and conical areas as well as conical sections. Different geometries can be selected for the upper and lower areas..
The user can program approach and departure elements dynamically. The points can be positioned manually using the mouse, or alternatively using an input field..
Numerous strategies are available for processing. These can be programmed and simulated via an input field. Multiple cuts are also possible. .
Especially in the area of 4-axis eroding, it may be necessary to change synchronous points between the upper and lower contour. This can be done variably via mouse or input field.
Bridges can be defined arbitrarily. The automatic variant makes a suggestion which can be changed interactively via mouse or input field.
The technology information such as Epacks is available in Sprutcam as a database entry. These can be changed by the user or manufacturer tables can be read in.
Conic with 2D contours:
Even if you have only one 2D contour, you can set a dynamic conic. This is possible via an input field for the corresponding parameters.
Order of events:
The order of the cuts as well as the number of roughing and finishing cuts can be entered via a dialog box. The machining sequence of the taper is also defined here.
The corner treatment of inner and outer corners can also be set in a dialog box. Off, Sharp, Conical, Cylindrical Fixed are available.
Toolpaths can be copied, moved or rotated as desired. This means that only one contour needs to be programmed, which can be placed as often as required.
As with turning or milling, all processes can be defined once and then saved. The saved processes can now be called at any part