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How to create User Defined Tool in Solidworks CAM

Posted on Nov 22, 2019 by seacad_marketing

1. Create a solid model for User Defined Tool Sketch Rules for user Defined Tools: The sketch must be made from the Solidworks Default plane (Front). The geometry can contain only lines and arts. Splines are not supported. The centerline ...

Disappearing Toolbar, Feature Manager and Task Pane?

Posted on Nov 15, 2019 by seacad_marketing

Have you ever happened to lose your command manager toolbar or you Features Manager Tree like the image below? Fear not.   This might be happened because you “miss click” some keys in your keyboard. Some of these shortcut ke...

SOLIDWORKS CAM – Milling Setup: Defining Stock

Posted on Sep 06, 2019 by seacad_marketing

SOLIDWORKS CAM has versatile feature to defining the material form which the part will be machined. The default stock is the smallest cube (bounding box) that the part will fit into. Typically, this is not the size of the stock you will be used, t...

SOLIDWORKS CAM – Pattern Features

Posted on Aug 30, 2019 by seacad_marketing

There are several ways to make machinable features on SOLIDWORKS CAM, but what if you want creating the same feature without making bunch of machinable feature on the CAM Features Tree? The answer is Pattern Features! The Pattern commands simp...

SOLIDWORKS CAM – Machining with Tombstone

Posted on Jun 05, 2019 by seacad_admin

We will be using the following model to perform assembly machining using a rotary option to machine parts on a tombstone feature. In order for us to proceed, we need to make sure that we first define the following: 1. Machine 2. Tool Crib 3...

Solidworks geometry rebuild tools.

Posted on Nov 21, 2018 by seacad_admin

Solidworks geometry rebuild tools. The Force Regen and Force Regen the Top Level Assembly tools have been renamed to use the word Rebuild instead of Regen so that all rebuild tools use consistent terminology. The tools include: Forced r...

Double your productivity with SolidCAM iMachining

Posted on May 17, 2018 by seacad_admin

With SolidCAM’s iMachining, you can achieve double (or more) the output of your existing machines without the need for new equipment. It’s like adding a second or third machine to your floor!  This helps you gain a substantial advantage over th...

Easiest guide of Machine setup in SolidWorks CAM

Posted on May 16, 2018 by seacad_admin

Machine setup is an important for CAM. We have to choose an exact machine which you have in organization for the software to generate the G’code correctly. Once you have bring the 3d module into the SolidWorks CAM, the first thing to do is machine...

Machine Setup for SOLIDWORKS CAM

Posted on Feb 09, 2018 by seacad_admin

Machine setup is important for SOLIDWORKS CAM software. We have to choose the exact machine which you have in the organization for the software to generate the G’code correctly. Once you have brought the 3D module into the SOLIDWORKS CAM, the firs...

SOLIDCAM 2D & 3D iMachining Functions

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 by seacad_admin

With SolidCAM iMachining, you can achieve double (or more) the output of your existing machines without the need for new equipment. It’s like adding a second or third machine to your floor!  Also, you can gain a substantial advantage over your co...