2. CAUTIONS FOR USING
VARIOUS FUNCTIONS AND
PRECAUTIONS OF Symbolic FAPT
(9)If a tool path goes too far in grooving, which follows inner surface
If the dividing direction DE1 at the end point of the cutting area in the
first subprocess in inner surface finishing does not coincides with the
dividing direction DE2 at the end point of the cutting area in groove
cutting, which follows the inner surface finishing, a wedge–shaped
portion, shown by hatching in the following figure, is left uncut. In
some cases, cutting this wedge–shaped portion disables a correct tool
path from being created. In these cases, make the dividing direction
DE1 at the end point in inner surface finishing coincide with the
dividing direction DE2 in grooving.
portion is left uncut.
Fig. 2.5 (f)