To explain the benefits of IGEMS Tilter, we need to dig into the details of kinematic movements. But first, have a look at the video below and you might get the idea.
Note: The movement on the right kinematic in the video is not a problem from one manufacturer, but in the kinematic construction itself.
Both kinematics are cutting with our TVL formula to maximise cutting quality. Since we want the edges to be perfectly straight, we need to cut it with an angle i.e. taper control. And to prevent washouts, we tilt the jet in corners. This makes the rotating kinematic (right) stop and rotate. Which gives you very bad cutting results. The solution to prevent this for rotating kinematics is shown on the second part.
To prevent the rotation kinematic to stop on corners, we have to remove the LAG function (tilting the jet in corners). But this will affect the cutting result shown in the picture below making larger washouts.
If you are looking for the fastest most accurate kinematic solution for bevels up to 45°, IGEMS Tilter is what you are looking for.
How do I set up VOC in my Igems?
I've created an article about this. Please go to: https://igems.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360028235232
I`ve got problem with output file that when we add bevel to the part and simulate the plan,All of the axis (X Y Z A B) run but Gcode just include X and Y and F code and A and B are not !!
Can You help me?
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