Please follow through this article if you are having trouble with your rotary direction at the machine for a Mill 4-Axis rotary machine.
This article will take a deep dive into the Work Offset XYZ section (located on the Machine Setup page) for Milling Jobs. We will go over the process with a 3-Axis, 4-Axis, and 5-Axis milling machine.
This article will demonstrate how to select or create appropriate geometry for use in upper and lower geometry as well as sync lines using 4-axis Wire EDM features to generate the corresponding toolpaths. Two examples will be presented to illustrate this process.
This article will show you methods on how to potentially shorten the g-code in your program if your machine has issues with limited memory.
This document will describe how to create surfaces from a wireframe. Then, create a solid model using those surfaces.
This article to describe how to select and create a feature for an open pocket on your model in BobCAM for SolidWorks.
This document will describe how to fix surface normals for a multi-axis feature. You may need to do this if you see that the toolpath was created inside of the model. The reason this is happening is because of how the surface normal is orientated on that surface.
Setting up a drill feature in BobCAD where the machine is required to change its rotary axis should be very easy. This tutorial will show the user how to setup a Cross drilling feature and how to orient the tooling to be setup for cross drilling.
This article will describe how to utilize “Force Table Rotation” on the Multiaxis Posting page to fix issues with large linear moves not posting out correctly.
This article will describe how to find the center of rotation for a tilt rotary unit mounted on a table.