10 top questions asked by new NX CAM users

10 top questions asked by new NX CAM users

Today I prepared for you 10 answers for most common questions, asked by programmers who are just starting their adventure with NX CAM!

 

0:00:20 – Q1 – “Why my models look bad when I zoom-in?”
0:01:56 – Q2 – “Why my model is broken when I import it?”
0:02:50 – Q3 – “How can I reuse CAM operations from my previous project?”
0:03:58 – Q4 – “My CAM project uses metric units. How can I provide some dimensions in inches?”
0:05:22 – Q5 – “How can I machine multiple, not connected, regions in NX CAM turning in single operation?”
0:06:36 – Q6 – “I can’t see NX dialog windows!”
0:07:23 – Q7 – “Why my tools preview is displayed in some weird position?”
0:08:24 – Q8 – “How can I change one option in multiple operations at the same time?”
0:10:04 – Q9 – “How can I select object which is overlapped by another object?”
0:10:57 – Q10 – “How can I simply generate CAM project summary for machine operator?”

About the Author
Marek Pawlus Marek Pawlus
Marek’s focus is development of postprocessors, NC code simulation kits and NX Open applications for NX CAM. In 2016 Marek founded NCmatic in Poland to provide services for NX CAM users. In 2017 NCmatic became Siemens’ Software and Technology Partner. In 2018 Marek launched second location of NCmatic in Morgan Hill, California, to make it even easier for companies from United States to cooperate with NCmatic. Marek graduated from University of Technology in Rzeszow, Poland in 2010 with master’s degree in Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering. While Marek’s area of interest is CAM software and CNC controllers, he also has hands-on experience as CAM programmer in motorsport industry.

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    Omar AL Ghrary - October 13, 2019 at 4:43 AM

    Hi Marek,
    Thanks so much for this excellent video, I learned very useful skills from your videos, can you please make videos on how to use NXV (NX to Vericut interface), and if possible how to use MRL in the most efficient way to create universal tool libraries, thanks again and I wish you all the best.

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