Monday, February 8, 2010

What kinds of analysis and collison detection errors can Vericut perform?


I began learning Vericut a few weeks ago. Vericut is an analysis program, the goal of which is to detect errors in NC programming. The types of errors that Vericut detects are as follows:
Rapid cut into material
Holder collision
Fixture collision
Shank rubs on the part
Tool wrong size
Incorrect tool length or diameter compensation
Cuts exceeding tool capability
Reamer/tap collision
Thread size/shape
Boring bar orientation
Gouges
Excess material
Machine collision
Machine over travel
Spindle off
Spindle wrong direction
Coolant on/off
Table clamp on/off
Incorrect feed rate value/mode
Probe collision
Wrong syntax
 

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