Machinist Michael Cope writes about the advantages of programming with IJK tool vectors instead of ABC rotary axis angles in his latest post. See if you agree. Click to read the post.
Machinist blogger for Hurco, Mike Cope, discusses 5-axis strategy. “Curve multi-axis, swarf cut, flow line, multi-surf, port, rotary…which toolpath is the correct one?” Cope explains [...]
I assume (flashback to 6th grade with Ms. Lumbatis…to ASSUME makes an ASS out of You and ME…I can hear the collective gasp emanating from the class of 12 years olds just like it was [...]
When Purdue University needed an expert on 5-axis machining, they called Hurco. Senior Applications Engineer Michael Cope explained the basics and the benfits of 5-Axis machining to Purdue [...]