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Author: Mariana Lendel
ISBN: 978-1-77146-528-1
Date: June 29, 2016
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MASTERCAM SHORTCUTS MASTERCAM QUICK REFERENCE CARD

MASTERCAM SHORTCUTS

Function Keyboard Function Keyboard Shortcut


Shortcut

Analyze entities F4 Mastercam version, SIM serial number Alt+V

AutoSave Alt+A Motion controller rotation point Alt+F12

C-Hook or user app Alt+C Pan Arrow keys

Configure Mastercam Alt+F8 Paste from clipboard Ctrl+V

Copy to clipboard Ctrl+C Redo an event that has been undone Ctrl+Y

Cut to clipboard Ctrl+X Repaint F3

Delete entities F5 Rotate Alt+Arrow keys

Drafting global options Alt+D Select all Ctrl+A

Exit Mastercam Alt+F4 Selection grid parameters Alt+G

Fit geometry to screen Alt+F1 Shading on/off Alt+S

GviewBack Alt+3 Show/hide all axes (WCS, Cplane, Tplane) Alt+F9

GviewBottom Alt+4 Show/hide coordinate axes F9

GviewFront Alt+2 Show/hide displayed toolpaths Alt+T

GviewIsometric Alt+7 Show/hide Toolpaths Manager panel Alt+O

GviewLeft Alt+6 Undo the last creation or event Ctrl+U, Ctrl+Z

Previous Plane Alt+P Unzoom to 80% of original Alt+F2

GviewRight Alt+5 Unzoom to previous or 50% of original F2

GviewTop Alt+1 Zoom around target point Ctrl+F1

Help Alt+H Zoom with window selection F1

Hide entities Alt+E Zoom/unzoom by 5% Page Up/Page


Down

Level Manager Alt+Z

Main attributes, set from entity Alt+X


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CUSTOMIZE MASTERCAM

Create Your Own Keyboard Shortcuts Customize the Ribbon


Right mouse click in the Ribbon. Right mouse click in the Ribbon.
Customize the Ribbon. Select Customize the Ribbon.
Keyboard shortcuts, select the Customize button. Select a Mastercam command.
Select the Category. Select a Tab or create a New Tab.
Select a command and under Press new shortcut Press Add button.
key enter the key combinations you want to assign
to it.
Customize the right click menu
Customize Quick Access Toolbar Right mouse click in the Ribbon.
Select Customize the Ribbon.
Right mouse click on a command in the Ribbon. Select Context Menu.
Select Add to Quick Access Toolbar. Select the Category and then the command that
you want to add.
Once you click on the Add button the function will
be added to the Right mouse button menu.

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Tutorial Geometry Functions Surface and Toolpath Creation


#1
Solid Extrude Create Body Surface Rough Pocket
Solid Extrude Cut Body High Speed Surface Scallop
Solid Extrude Add Body High Speed Surface Scallop With
Solid Fillet Trim to Stock

#2
Revolved Surface High Speed Surface OptiRough
Transform Project Arc High Speed Surface Raster
Trim To Curve High Speed Surface Pencil
Net Surface
Fillet Surface
Flat Boundary Surface

#3
Swept Surface High Speed Surface Area
Solid Extrude Roughing Rest Material
Solid Trim To Surface High Speed Surface Radial
Solid Boolean Add Surface Finish Blend
Use Levels Transform - Rotate By Coordinate

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Tutorial Geometry Functions Surface and Toolpath Creation


#4
Wireframe for Solid High Speed Surface Dynamic
Solid Extrude OptiRough
Solid Revolved High Speed Surface Dynamic
Swept Surface OptiRough with Rest Material
Solid Trim to Face High Speed Surface Hybrid
Solid Fillet Edit Projection
Solid Draft Face
Boolean Remove
Boolean Add

#5
Revolved Surface High Speed Surface Area Roughing
Project Curve Onto Surface High Speed Surface Spiral
Ruled Surface High Speed Surface Scallop
Draft Surface Transform-Rotate
Curve At Intersection High Speed Surface Waterline
Trim Surface To Curves
Surface Fillet
Fillet Blend Surface

#6
Draft Surface High Speed Surface Dynamic
Swept Surface OptiRough
Fillet Surface High Speed Surface Horizontal
Rectangle with Surface High Speed Surface Waterline
Flat Boundary Surface High Speed Surface Raster
High Speed Surface Pencil

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Tutorial Geometry Functions Surface and Toolpath Creation


#7
Lofted Surface High Speed Surface Dynamic
Net Surface (Window OptiRough
Selection) Surface High Speed Area Roughing
Surface Net (Chain Selection) with Rest Material
Fillet Surface Surface High Speed Scallop
Ruled Surface Surface High Speed Scallop with
Offset Surface Trim to Stock
Trim Surface To Curves Pocket Standard
Flat Boundary Surface Surface Rough Project NCI file
Silhouette Boundary

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Mill Advanced Training Tutorial


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents
Getting Started ........................................................................................................... 1

Tutorials:

Tutorial #1 - Surface Rough Pocket & Surface High Speed Scallop ...................................................11

Tutorial #2 - Surface High Speed Dynamic OptiRough, Raster & Pencil ............................................99

Tutorial #3 - Stock Model, Surface HS Area Roughing - Rest GETTING


Material &STARTEDRadial &
Surface Finish Blend ...............................................................................................185

Tutorial #4 - Surface HS Dynamic OptiRough, Surface HS OptiRough - Rest Material, Stock


Model & Surface HS Hybrid .....................................................................................303

Tutorial #5 - Surface HS Area Roughing, Scallop, Spiral & Waterline ..............................................429

Tutorial #6 - Surface HS Dynamic OptiRough, Horizontal, Waterline, Raster & Pencil .....................611

Tutorial #7 - Surface HS Dynamic OptiRough, Area Roughing - Rest Material, Surface HS Scallop,
& Surface Rough Project..........................................................................................697

Quiz Answers ......................................................................................................... 831

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TUTORIAL #1

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TUTORIAL #11 OVERVIEW OF STEPS TAKEN TO CREATE THE FINAL PART:

OVERVIEW OF STEPS TAKEN TO CREATE THE FINAL PART:


From Drawing to CAD Model:
The student should examine the drawing on the following page to understand what part is being created in this
tutorial.
From the drawing we can decide how to create the geometry in Mastercam.

Create the 3D CAD Model used to generate Toolpaths:


The student will create the wireframe needed to create the solid.
Solid creation commands such as Extrude Create Body, Extrude Cut Body, Extrude Add Boss and Fillet will be
used.

Create the necessary Toolpaths to machine the part:


The student will set up the stock size and the clamping method to be used.
A Surface Rough Pocket toolpath will be created to rough out the part.
A Surface High Speed Scallop toolpath will be created to machine the floors.
A Surface High Speed Scallop toolpath with Trim to Stock options will be created to machine the fillets.

Backplot and Verify the file:


The Backplot will be used to simulate a step-by-step process of the tools movements.
The Verify will be used to watch a tool machine the part out of a solid model.

Post Process the file to generate the G-code:


The student will then post process the file to obtain an NC file containing the necessary code for the machine.

This tutorial takes approximately two hours to complete.

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OVERVIEW OF STEPS TAKEN TO CREATE THE FINAL PART: TUTORIAL #11

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TUTORIAL #11 SETTING UP THE GRAPHIC USER INTERFACE

GEOMETRY CREATION

STEP 1: SETTING UP THE GRAPHIC USER INTERFACE

Please refer to the Getting Started section to set up the graphical user interface. In this step you will learn how to hide the
manager panels to gain more space in the graphics window.

Use the Auto Hide icon to hide all Manager panels as shown.

The panels will be hidden to the left of the graphics window.

To un-hide them temporally, click on one of the managers to open it as shown.

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CREATE RECTANGLES TUTORIAL #11

STEP 2: CREATE RECTANGLES

In this step you will learn how to create rectangles given the width, the height, and the anchor position.

Step Preview:

2.1 Create the 5.0" by 5.0" rectangle

WIREFRAME
From the Shapes group, select Rectangle.

Enter the Width, the Height and enable Anchor to center as shown. Make sure that Create surface is not
selected.

NOTE: Anchor to center sets the base point of the rectangle


to its center and draws the rectangle outward from the
center.
Create surface creates a surface inside of the rectangle. A
surface can be described as the skin on the top of a 3D
wireframe. If the surface option is on, instead of the four lines
of the rectangle, you will see extra lines which represent the
surface display while it is not shaded. You do not need to
create a surface at this time.

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Press Enter after typing the values to see a preview of the rectangle.
[Select position of base point]: Select the Origin as shown in Figure: 2.1.1.

Figure: 2.1.1

Make sure that when selecting the Origin, the visual cue of the cursor changes as shown.

Select the OK and Create New Operation button to stay in the same command.
To fit the drawing to the screen, press Alt + F1.

NOTE: While creating the geometry for this tutorial, if you make a mistake, you can undo the last step using

the Undo icon. You can undo as many steps as needed. If you delete or undo a step by mistake, just use

the Redo icon. To delete unwanted geometry, select the geometry first and then press Delete from the
keyboard.

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2.2 Create the 4.0" by 4.0" rectangle

Enter the Width, the Height and leave Anchor to center enabled as shown.

Make sure that the Create surface button is not selected (not highlighted).
[Select position of base point]: Select the Origin as shown in Figure: 2.1.1.
The drawing should look as shown below.

Select the OK and Create New Operation button to stay in the same command.

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TUTORIAL #11 CREATE RECTANGLES

2.3 Create the 2.5" by 2.5"rectangle

Select the HOME tab and set the construction mode to 3D as shown.

NOTE: The construction mode can be toggled between 2D and 3D.


In 2D mode, all the geometry is created parallel to the current construction plane and at the current Z depth
setting. However, you can override the Z depth setting by typing coordinate values that include a Z depth value
different from the current Z depth setting.
In 3D mode, the X, Y, and Z coordinates are all read from AutoCursor when sketching dynamically. The Z depth
setting in the HOME ribbon is not used. When working in a 3D environment, you can create entities whose
points lie in different planes, or create entities (such as arcs or 2D splines) in planes other than the predefined
planes.

Enter the Width and the Height as shown.

Press Enter.
Press the Space bar and enter the coordinates for the Rectangle as shown.

NOTE: When you enter the coordinates of a point in Mastercam, the first value is the X coordinate value
followed by a comma. The second value is the Y coordinate value followed by a comma and the third value is
the Z coordinate value. If you enter the values in this order you do not need to enter the coordinates labels (X,
Y or Z) in front of the values.

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CREATE FILLETS FOR THE TWO RECTANGLES TUTORIAL #11

Select the OK button to exit the Rectangle command.


Right mouse click in the graphics window and set the graphics view to Isometric.

The geometry should appear as shown.

STEP 3: CREATE FILLETS FOR THE TWO RECTANGLES

In this step you will learn how to create fillets to all corners of the inside rectangle using the Fillet chain command.

Step Preview:

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TUTORIAL #11 CREATE FILLETS FOR THE TWO RECTANGLES

WIREFRAME
From the Modify area, select the drop down arrow next to Fillet Entities and select Fillet Chains as shown.

Right mouse click in the graphics window and change the graphics view to the Top.

Press Alt + F1 if needed to fit the geometry to the graphics window.


Make sure that in the Chaining dialog box, the Chain button is enabled as shown.

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CREATE FILLETS FOR THE TWO RECTANGLES TUTORIAL #11

[Select chain 1]: Select the rectangle as shown in Figure: 3.0.1.

Figure: 3.0.1

Select the OK button to exit the Chaining dialog box.

NOTE: Mastercam will automatically insert fillets at all four corners with the radius to be the default value or
the last value used during this Mastercam session.

Change the Radius to 1.0 and make sure the rest of the parameters are set as shown (press Enter).

Select the OK and Create New Operation button to stay within the command.

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TUTORIAL #11 SUGGESTED FIXTURE:

TOOLPATH CREATION

SUGGESTED FIXTURE:

SETUP SHEET:

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SELECT THE MACHINE AND SET UP THE STOCK TUTORIAL #11

STEP 14: SELECT THE MACHINE AND SET UP THE STOCK

In Mastercam, you select a Machine Definition before creating any toolpaths. The Machine Definition is a model of your
machine tool's capabilities and features and acts like a template for setting up machining jobs. The machine definition ties
together three main components: the schematic model of your machine tools components, the control definition that
models your control units capabilities, and the post processor that will generate the required machine code (G-code). For
a Mill Advanced exercise (3D toolpaths), you need only a basic machine definition.

Step Preview:

NOTE: For the purpose of this tutorial, we will be using the Mill Default machine.
Press Alt + F1 to fit the drawing to the screen.

14.1 Unhide the Toolpaths Manager and lock it

The Toolpaths Manager will be hidden to the left of the graphics window as shown.

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To lock it, click on the Toolpaths tab and then click on the Auto Hide icon a shown.

The Manager panels will be translated to the lower left corner of the graphics window.

NOTE: If a Machine Group already exist in the Toolpaths


Manager, skip the next step.

MACHINE
From the Machine Type group, select the drop down arrow below Mill.
Select Default.

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Select the plus sign in front of Properties in the Toolpaths Manager to expand the Toolpaths Group Properties.

Select Tool settings to set the tool parameters.

Change the parameters to match Figure: 14.1.1.

Figure: 14.1.1

Program # is used to enter a number


if your machine requires a number for
a program name.
Assign tool numbers sequentially
allows you to overwrite the tool
number from the library with the next
available tool number. (First
operation tool number 1; Second
operation tool number 2, etc.)
Warn of duplicate tool numbers
allows you to get a warning if you
enter two tools with the same
number.
Override defaults with modal values
enables the system to keep the values
that you enter.
Feed Calculation set to From tool
uses the feed rate, plunge rate,
retract rate and spindle speed from
the tool definition.

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TUTORIAL #11 SELECT THE MACHINE AND SET UP THE STOCK

Select the Stock Setup tab to define the stock.


Select the All Entities button to allow Mastercam to establish the necessary stock based on the existing
geometry as shown.

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SELECT THE MACHINE AND SET UP THE STOCK TUTORIAL #11

Round the values if needed and change the Z value for the stock to 1.5 as shown in Figure: 14.1.2.

Figure: 14.1.2

The Stock Origin values adjust the


positioning of the stock, ensuring
that you have an equal amount of
extra stock around the finished part.

Display options allow you to set the


stock as Wireframe and to fit the
stock to the screen. (Fit Screen)

NOTE: The extra 0.5" added to the stock thickness is for fixture purposes.

Select the OK button to exit the Machine Group Properties dialog box.
Press Alt + F1 to fit the drawing to the screen.

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TUTORIAL #11 ROUGH OUT THE PART USING SURFACE ROUGH POCKET

The stock should look as shown.

NOTE: Remember that the stock is not geometry


and thus cannot be selected.

This tutorial utilizes a set of legacy surface toolpaths to machine the part. We begin by showing you legacy
toolpaths as they still have some value in certain situations and the parameters for these toolpaths are easier
to understand for someone just getting started with 3D machining.

That being said, there are more efficient toolpaths that can be used to machine the same part. If you will
actually machine this part, we suggest you use the Surface High Speed OptiArea toolpath as your roughing
toolpath of choice.

STEP 15: ROUGH OUT THE PART USING SURFACE ROUGH POCKET

Surface Rough Pocket toolpath is used to remove a lot of stock quickly by creating a series of planar cuts (constant Z). It is
used to machine both bosses or cavities on surfaces or solid models.

Toolpath Preview:

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15.1 Surfaces and Containment selections

TOOLPATHS
From the 3D group, select the Pocket icon.

If a prompt appears to Enter new NC name, select the OK button to accept the default as shown.

[Select Drive Surfaces]: Select the solid as shown.

Click on the End Selection button or press Enter to finish the selection.

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TUTORIAL #11 ROUGH OUT THE PART USING SURFACE ROUGH POCKET

To limit the tool motion inside of the boundary, in the Toolpath/surface selection dialog box, click on the
Select button to select a Containment as shown.

From the Chaining dialog box, click on the Solids button as shown.

In the Chaining dialog box, make sure that the Loop button is the only one selected as shown.

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[Select faces, edges, and /or loops]: Select the edge as shown.

The chain selected should look as shown.

The Pick Reference Face dialog box will appear on your screen as shown.

Select the OK button to exit the Pick Reference Face dialog box.

Select the OK button to exit the Chaining dialog box.

Select the OK button to exit the Toolpath/surface selection dialog box.

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TUTORIAL #11 ROUGH OUT THE PART USING SURFACE ROUGH POCKET

15.2 Set the Toolpath parameters page

The Toolpath parameters page allows you to select a tool, set the feeds and speeds, enter a comment about the
operation, and set other general toolpath parameters.

To select the tool, click on the Select library tool button as shown.

Disable Filter Active and click on the # to list the tools based on their numbers.

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INDEX

Numerics G
2D / 3D Construction ........................................ 6 Graphic Area ..................................................... 3
A GUI - Graphical User Interface .......................... 3
Analyze A Spline ........................................... 544 L
Assign tool numbers sequentially ................... 56 Level .................................................................. 6
B M
Backplot The Toolpath .................................... 72 Machine Definition ......................................... 53
Backplotting .................................................... 72 Material Mode .............................................. 291
Boolean Remove ...................................410, 424 Maximum step-down ..................................... 69
Bounding Box .................................................. 57 Mirror ........................................................... 352
Break the fillet at the midpoint .................... 571 Mirror about a line ....................................... 568
C Mirror the profile about the Y axis ............... 534
Change The Main Level ................................... 30 Mitered Corners ........................................... 435
Clearance ........................................................ 68 N
Color ................................................................. 6 Net Surface ................................................... 157
Constant Radius ............................................ 435 O
Control Definition ........................................... 53 Offset Contour .............................................. 370
Create A Net Surface .................................... 157 Offset Surface ............................................... 802
Create Arc Endpoints .................................... 383 Override defaults with modal values .............. 56
Create Circle Center Point .............................. 27
Create Circle Center point .............................. 27
P
Create Curve At Intersection ........................ 576 Pocket parameters page ................................. 71
Create Fillets ................................................... 23 Post Process The File ...................................... 98
Create Fillets For The Two Rectangles ............ 23 Post Processing ............................................... 98
Create Parallel Lines ..................................... 110 Post Processor ................................................ 53
Create Polar Lines ......................................... 116 Program # ....................................................... 56
Create Rectangles ........................................... 19 Project .......................................................... 138
Create Revolved Surfaces ............................. 135 Propagate Along Tangencies ........................ 435
Create Silhouette Boundary ......................... 441 R
Create The Draft Surfaces ............................... 30 Reorganizing The Toolbars ............................... 4
Create The Fillet Surface ............................... 558 Retract ............................................................ 68
Create The obround rectangular shape ........ 135 Rotate - Copy The Surfaces ........................... 606
Create The Parallel Lines .............................. 110 Rough parameters page ................................. 69
Create The Pocket Floor Surface .................. 552 S
Create The Revolved Surface ........................ 135 Scale .................................................................. 3
D Select The Machine And Set Up The Stock ..... 53
Delete Entities .............................................. 382 Setting Mastercam To Metric ......................... 10
Display ............................................................ 58 Setup the stock model .................................. 274
Divide ............................................................ 310 Shaded .......................................................... 244
Draft Surfaces ........................ 30, 34, 36, 43, 46 Simulate the toolpath in Verify ...................... 74
Drive surfaces ................................................. 68 Solid Revolve ................................................ 400
E Steep/shallow ............................................... 288
Extrusion Operation ................................32, 399 Stock Models ................................................ 274
Stock Origin .................................................... 58
F Stock to leave on drive ................................... 68
Feed Calculation set From tool ....................... 56 Surface Finish Blend ..................................... 305
Feed plane ...................................................... 68 Surface Finish Leftover ................................. 880

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INDEX

Surface Finish Parallel ................................... 191 T


Surface Finish Pencil ..................................... 200 Toolpath parameters page ............................. 63
Surface Finish Scallop ................................... 869 Toolpaths/Solid Manager ................................. 3
Surface High Speed Scallop ....................77, 632 Total tolerance ............................................... 69
Surface High Speed Core Roughing ......277, 616 Transform Toolpaths .................................... 319
Surface High Speed Finish Horizontal ........... 740 Transitions .................................................... 287
Surface High Speed Finish Spiral ................... 655 Trim 1 Entity ........................ 116, 348, 357, 377
Surface High Speed Hybrid ........................... 482 Trim 2 Entities ............................................... 116
Surface High Speed OptiArea .......180, 448, 847 Trim the draft surfaces to the curve ............. 578
Surface High Speed OptiCore ....................... 725 Trim The Geometry ...................................... 116
Surface High Speed Pencil ............................ 762 Trim The Surfaces ......................................... 576
Surface High Speed Radial ............................ 294
V
Surface High Speed Raster ............................ 755
Surface High Speed Rest Roughing ............... 858 Variable Radius ............................................. 435
Surface High Speed Restmill ......................... 463 View Port XYZ Axes ........................................... 4
Surface High Speed Waterline ...................... 668 W
Surface Rough Pocket ..................................... 59 Warn of duplicate tool numbers .................... 56
Surface Rough Project .................................. 892 Wireframe ..............................................58, 244
Swept Surface .......................................233, 387 Z
Z Depth ............................................................. 6

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