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How to Use hyperMILL for Solidworks: A Beginner's Guide


hyperMILL is a high-performance CAM solution that integrates seamlessly with Solidworks, one of the most popular CAD software in the world. With hyperMILL, you can access a wide range of strategies for 2.5D, 3D and 5-axis milling, mill turning and machining operations such as HSC and HPC. Whether you are working on simple parts or complex shapes, hyperMILL can help you optimize your workflow and achieve high-quality results.


In this article, we will show you how to use hyperMILL for Solidworks in a few easy steps. You will learn how to:


Install and activate hyperMILL for Solidworks


Create a new CAM project and import a Solidworks model


Define the stock, coordinate system and clamping device


Select the machining strategy and parameters


Generate toolpaths and simulate the machining process


Export the NC code and post-process it for your machine


By following this tutorial, you will be able to use hyperMILL for Solidworks to create your own CAM projects and improve your productivity and efficiency.


Step 1: Install and activate hyperMILL for Solidworks


To use hyperMILL for Solidworks, you need to have both software installed on your computer. You can download hyperMILL from the official website of OPEN MIND Technologies[^2^], the developer of hyperMILL. You can choose between a trial version or a full version, depending on your needs. You also need to have a valid license key to activate hyperMILL.


Once you have downloaded and installed hyperMILL, you can launch it from the Windows Start menu or from the desktop shortcut. You will see a dialog box asking you to enter your license key. Enter the key and click OK. You will then see a confirmation message that hyperMILL has been activated successfully.


To use hyperMILL for Solidworks, you need to enable the add-in in Solidworks. To do this, open Solidworks and go to Tools > Add-Ins. In the dialog box that appears, check the box next to hyperMILL and click OK. You will see a new tab called hyperMILL in the Solidworks menu bar.


Step 2: Create a new CAM project and import a Solidworks model


To start using hyperMILL for Solidworks, you need to create a new CAM project. To do this, go to the hyperMILL tab in Solidworks and click on New Project. You will see a dialog box where you can enter the name and location of your project. Click OK to create the project.


The next step is to import a Solidworks model into your CAM project. You can do this by opening an existing Solidworks file or creating a new one. To open an existing file, go to File > Open and browse to the location of your file. To create a new file, go to File > New and choose the type of document you want to create (part, assembly or drawing). Once you have your model ready, go to the hyperMILL tab and click on Import Model. You will see your model appear in the hyperMILL window.


Step 3: Define the stock, coordinate system and clamping device


The next step is to define the stock, coordinate system and clamping device for your CAM project. The stock is the raw material that you will use for machining your model. The coordinate system is the reference frame that defines the orientation and position of your model and toolpaths. The clamping device is the fixture that holds your stock in place during machining.


To define the stock, go to the hyperMILL tab and click on Stock Definition. You will see a dialog box where you can choose between different types of stock shapes (box, cylinder, sphere, etc.) or use your own custom stock geometry. You can also adjust the size and position of your stock relative to your model. Click OK to confirm your stock definition.


To define the coordinate system, go to the hyperMILL tab and click on Coordinate System Definition. You will see a dialog box where you can choose between different types of coordinate 061ffe29dd






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