Going from manual to DCC

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  • Going from manual to DCC

    I had the Hexagon basic class a long while back but have been using a manual machine. Now will be using a DCC 3.5 or 3.7 and networked UG cad, mostly as an operator at first I think. Can anyone help clear up the basic steps to run a program, i.e. open file (part no.) select probe, do part alignment,then import the cad,and do another alignment, then cad+part. DCC mode, put cursor at first line and EXECUTE. Do I have to import the cad every tine I run the prog. or just the first time? Does the cad just interface each time, or become part of the program file ? Same with clearance planes, etc. isn't that a permanent part of the program after the first time? Can anyone help clear me up? thanks.

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    HOLY COW!

    Well, some quick answers, the CAD does NOT need to be imported everytime and NO it is not 'part' of the program, it is a .CAD file while the program is a .PRG file, both with the same prefix name.

    Import the can is the SECOND thing you should do, after selecting a probe to use, BEFORE you measure anything.

    The second alignment should be done in DCC mode.
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    • #3
      You would import your cad before takeing any hits.. You only have to import it once. You would do your manual alignment then your dcc and cad=part if all looks good. as far as your alinment and the cad file
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