Fanuc Symbol CAPi T Operators Manual

SLANTED SURFACE MACHINING
B–63304EN/02
2. DEFINING PART
FIGURES (MENU NO. 2)
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DEFINING PART FIGURES (MENU NO. 2)
The following machining figures can be defined for slanted surfaces.
The same method as for the conventional Yaxis sidefacing figure is
used to enter the machining figures.
Machining figures can be created on an arbitrary slanted surface no matter
whether the first or second spindle is involved.
Up to 10 figures (including Yaxis end facing/side facing figures) can be
defined.
D SL–CIRCLE HOLE (up to six Caxis phase angles can be specified.)
D SL–LINE HOLE (up to six Caxis phase angles can be specified.)
D SL–RANDOM HOLE (up to six Caxis phase angles can be
specified.)
D SLANT PATTERN (up to six Caxis phase angles can be specified.)
Data for a rectangle with rounded corner R (pocket) can be entered for
a slanted plane.
Each side of the rectangle is parallel to one of the coordinate axes that
form the plane.
Y’
Z’
Z’
X’
D SLANT LINE (only one Caxis phase angle can be specified.)
An arbitrary figure formed with arcs and straight lines can be entered
for a slanted plane, using symbolic keys (arrows). The tool can be
moved at the right, left, or on a line, of the entered figure.
Y
Z
Z’
X’

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