Good morning, Is it me or is everybody else that is running Creo 2.0 manufacturing running to a lot of issues with stuff that use to work in WF5.0 and before now do not work in Creo 2.0? I am running into a lot of issues since going to Creo 2.0.
Example: When in the process manager and adding a template for a machining sequence the tool number is now whatever the original template was saved as. In WF5.0 and before when you add a machining template in the process manager the tool brought in with the template is the next one in sequential order. My tool numbers are all over the place jumps from tool 1 to tool 8 and there is nothing in between.
Case# CC12111621 Yesterday I used volume rough with profile only for the rough option. In WF5.0 the tool will just machine one pass down the wall of the mill window and apply a wall scallop height for tapered walls. But on my sequence it will add extra step overs that is away from the part almost the tool diameter so it is cutting air and then will cut part on the next pass. So a cycle time that should be 30 minutes per feature now is double because of the air pass.
Case# C#12113019 Today I used cust traj sequence with helical approach and lead out to do a helical routine. In WF5.0 and before cutter comp will be instated but not no more in Creo 2.0. I have been spending an hour or more on trying to figure out why cutter comp is not being instated in the CL file like it used to before Creo2.0.
I feel like I lose hours trying to figure out all these bugs and then more hours trying to explain the issues to Support. There are more issues that I have run into that I don't have the time to call support for because I have work to do. I hope the manufacturing team sees this and hope they at least try all these new releases before they release them to us.
I am on Windows 7 64bit Creo 2.0 M110
I wish I can go back to WF5.0 until they get all these simple bugs figure out.
Really frustrated with all thes bugs I am finding in Creo 2.0.
Son Nguyen 108 w. 2nd Street Assaria, KS. 67416 (785) 667-7763 ext. 3477