1. Round-trip cutting:
The CNC machining center reciprocating cutting method is the most economical and easiest cutting motion to generate a reciprocating parallel cutting tool guide, maintain continuous motion in the stepping motion, and remove materials without a lift. This cutting method coexists with climb and up milling, and if wall finishing is enabled for the operation, it affects the tool path orientation of the wall finishing, maintaining whether the wall finishing is pure climb or up milling.
2. One-way cutting:
The unidirectional cutting method generates parallel unidirectional cutting tool guides. Round trips are high-speed travel actions. No kerf is generated when returning, so machining efficiency will be affected. One-way cutting can always maintain consistent climb or up-cut cutting, and is often used in situations where reciprocating cutting methods such as surface machining of islands and certain wall ribs are not suitable. Often used as a surface finish.
3. One-way cutting along the contour:
One-way cutting along the contour of the CNC machining center is used to generate toolpaths in parallel, one-way, along the contour, always maintain climb milling, or create up-cut milling cuts. The quality of the machined wall is better than mutual cutting and unidirectional cutting. The cutting is relatively smooth and does not affect the tool, so it is usually used for machining parts or thin-walled parts that require high sidewalls.
4. Follow the surrounding cutting:
The Follow Cut method is primarily used to generate toolpaths that are sequentially concentric along the contour. This toolpath is obtained by offset from the surrounding contour, all paths are displayed in closed form in the machining area. The tool path that follows the surrounding cutting is a continuous cutting tool path, there is no co-cutting, it can basically keep simple climb milling or up milling, so the cutting efficiency is high and the machining quality remains unchanged, usually used for parts with islands and inner cavities rough machining.
5. Follow the workpiece cutting:
The CNC machining center generates a series of toolpaths (the outer walls of the contour area and the islands of the contour area) for contouring all specified contours of the part machined along the workpiece cutting method. These toolpath shapes are obtained by offsetting the outer and island contours of the cutting area. The tool path that follows the workpiece cutting is a continuous cutting tool path, and the CNC programming group is learned.
help you. If there is no blank cutting, simple climb milling or up-cut milling can be maintained, so cutting efficiency is high, cutting stability and machining quality are maintained, and it is often used in the pocket machining area where the island is located.
6. Cycloid cutting:
The trochoidal cutting method of the CNC machining center is used to generate a small circle around the contour, and the overall tool cutting occurs during cutting to prevent the amount of cutting material from being too large. Trochoidal cutting is suitable for high-speed machining with relatively uniform cutting loads.