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10/7/2011

Video: Manual Jog Mode within CAM

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This CAM feature allows tool paths to be defined through a process that resembles jogging the machine manually.

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In this video, Edwin Gasparraj of digital manufacturing services company Six Digma narrates a demonstration of Siemens PLM’s Generic Motion Controller. The feature allows tool paths to be defined in CAM through a process that resembles manual teach programming at the CNC.

 

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