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SOFTWARE UPDATE


VoluMill. Only hyperMill Maxx Machining extends this technol- ogy to fi ve-axis processes.


Open Mind has integrated hyperMill within our hyperCAD- S CAD for CAM environment as well as integrating hyperMill


within the SolidWorks and Inventor platforms. ME: In what industries are users best applying these hy-


perMill Maxx Machining techniques; can you give examples? Levine: The hyperMill Maxx Machining roughing module applies well to components with large roughing depths, such as mold and die and aerospace parts. It can also be applied to rotating components in energy and aircraft industries. The Maxx Machining fi nishing module using conical barrel cutters is best applied to large surfaces that are not effi ciently machined with a ball end mill, or are also too long for swarf milling. Some examples include multiple face surfaces on automotive fascia molds, large aero-structural components, and even in one case on smaller components used within unmanned aircraft. Applications are being extended as this novel technology is applied. Some users are also designing


non-critical surfaces to be targeted for machining with these


strategies using conical barrel cutters. ME: The latest update includes the new hyperCAD-S


Electrode CAD module; what does it do for your users? Levine: The hyperCAD-S Electrode module is a utility


for manufacturing electrodes easily and safely, and is of interest to many of our mold-and-die customers. Certain geometries with features such as deep slots or small corner radii are not easily milled. The Electrode module is a wizard tool designed to seamlessly guide a user through the steps to select geometric features to generate sinker EDM elec- trodes, with needed parameters for extensions and offsets, spark gap distances, and the ability to select optimal EDM holders from a library to drive milling toolpaths from stored programming macros. These processes can produce electrodes from complex models within minutes instead of up to four hours using other techniques. The automated procedure also includes collision checking to ensure that the electrode will not interfere with the part.


INNOV A TION OVER 40 YEARS OF


Scan the world—you’ll never fi nd 5-axis technology like this.


PH20 5-axis touch- trigger system


Get ready to take your CMM measurement routine to an entirely new level by harnessing the power of Renishaw’s 5-axis technologies. Our exclusive designs tame the dynamic errors on your CMM so you no longer need to choose between speed or accuracy. Advancements in head, sensor and control design allow for synchronized movement of the head and machine—delivering


unprecedented measuring speed and fl exibility. Whether you need touch-trigger, scanning, non-contact, or surface fi nish inspection, you can experience breakthrough productivity and reduced lead times by as much as 900%.


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