From: Chang-Shik.Min (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jul 09 2002 - 05:01:16 EEST
Dear RT professionals:
Hello...how are you ?
I am very much interested in STL-based HSM(High Speed Machining) as a research engineer in Rapid Tooling,thinking it will be one of key technologies to innovate the existing HSM technology.Yes,I know some CAD/CAM softwares like Delcam/PowerMill or Delft/DeskProto have direct interface with STL data.
I,however,have following questions about that;
1.Tool path accuracy problem resulting from triangulation.
2.Speed for tool path generation and machining.
3.Problems caused by the fact that STL data can not be changed once generated
in a CAD system.
Is there any one else out there who can share your experience or knowledge
on the above with me ?
Any opinion you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
======== Nothing ventured,Nothing gained! =======
Chang-Shik,Min (Chief Research Engineer)
LG-Production engineering Research Center
LG Electronics Inc.,Republic of Korea
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