OPERATION BY Symbolic FAPT
3. EXECUTION OF
4) It is recommended to specify the bottom widths when defining the
shape of a trapezoid groove. The trapezoid groove can be defined with
bottom angles, however, this definition may cause a small calculation
5) The figure element copy function is convenient for defining two or
more identical trapezoid grooves.
Necking is designated by
, which indicates the capital of necking.
(a) ELEMENT SYMBOL ES =. . . . . . . . .
Answer N when the system asks you the above question.
(b)SURFACE ROUGHNESS SR =. . . . .
Input the number of
marks indicating the surface roughness
when the system asks you the above question.
(c) WIDTH WT = Necking width. . . . . . .
DEPTH DT = Necking depth. . . . . . .
Input the necking width and depth for the above questions. The
necking direction is always 45° with reference to Z–axis.
The necking width and depth are as illustrated below.
(2)End of figure input
Key in the software key “END” or “INPUT” only for the following
question after ending the input of all machined figures:
ELEMENT SYMBOL ES =. . . . . . . . .