You’re one click away from subscribing to BobCAD’s YouTube channel. Access more webinars like this and much more! What is Point Pick used for? Point Pick is used to select point location(s) of your Toolpath. Using Point Pick allows users to select a point location versus a line or arc segment.
You’re one click away from subscribing to BobCAD’s YouTube channel. Access more webinars like this and much more! What can you do to sharpen the display of geometry? You can change the wireframe and surface/solid display accuracy, or you could toggle on antialiasing. […]
Where do I download wire post processors? Go to http://bobcadsupport.com to download your wire post processor. You’ll find the top navigation bar as a pull down. When creating a taper profile can you work off wire frame geometry? Yes both your 2 axis and 4 axis toolpaths […]
1) When using groups to organize your CAM tree for your Mill Turn jobs, what effect if any does groups have on the machining order? Groups can be added to the CAM tree of your Mill Turn jobs, to help you better organize your machining features. Quickly blank or unblank the all of the machining […]
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