CorelDraw RouterCAM Machining Parameter Settings (Part 7), Step by Step Video Tutorial

routercam machining parameter settings

The Plugins Toolpaths Machining Parameter settings will allow you to setup a few very important settings for your jobs.

Over here is where you will be able to set key settings like plunge height, Safety Height and so forth.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers Curve Precision.
Previous video covered Allowance.

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Video Transcript

Uh, hey, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at your machining parameters for your two parts unless we for our camp. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mhm. So today's video can be found on z. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates otherwise, back in the programme here. So now in today's video, we're gonna be looking at, like I said, the machining parameter for the two parts and this will be a mini serious for the two parts where we'll be going into more depth on what these settings do now. Obviously, you're gonna have a few different variations on these settings, depending on which tool you choose. So then, um, you'll just just that accordingly. But most of them are pretty similar. So today we're gonna be looking at Contour milling and then with our shape selected, we can open this. Someone's gonna close off some of these ones so that they're not so distracting. Then under the machining parameter, we've got safety, height, plunge, height, starting height and final depth. Now, safety height will be the hike. Your, um, starts moving in, so your your your cutting bit. So this is ideal. Let's say you've got your design and you've got clamped with clamps to keep it secure. Then you want to make sure that the safety heights higher than that you don't smack the camps. I mean, the clamps with the actual, um, draw a bird and so forth so I can make quite a mess. So that is your safety height. So just make sure you just said accordingly. Uh, remember, this thing does work smart. So once it starts cutting, it's not gonna go back to the safety high every time. But at least it's hard doesn't go into the reference, then the next up here, we've got the plunge height. So this will pretty much be the, uh, the speed is going to travel from your starting high to your final depth. So that's gonna be how quickly it plunges. So you'll go your safety height, and then once it reaches, that plunges at that speed from one point a to point B, and then I'll start your actual cutting. Then next thing we got starting height. So if you've zeroed your machine. Then this one is going to start exactly on the surface. Start cutting it then. Obviously you have the final depth as well. So that will be how deep it goes. Now. We could preview these things, but I think most of them are quite self explanatory. Where once against a quick recap. So the safety height will be how high your machine head moves. In case you have clamps on that, some programmes, it will move it. There's height between every cut, multiple shapes. It will, um, move it at 10 mil and then cut it. And then once it moves, it's 10 miles again. Move it, move it some again, you can optimise where between the shape you've got a different height to keep a streamlined and it saves you a lot of time. Then the plunge hide is the speed will be travelling from starting point and final depth. So this initial drill down and then it starts moving. And then we've got the study height, which is relevant to where you've zero machine, obviously according to the material. And then, um, we've got also the final depth will be how deep it cuts, but yeah, that is it on the machining parameters? Um, yeah, it's pretty simple. But if we are to head here to not seeing you guys will notice We've got a variety of different Softwares who do cover. And you can also isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward to something like your request, the training video. Fill in the mini form and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.

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