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Play Path

pgf545
7-Bedrock

Play Path

We just switched to Creo 2 and I am struggling with play path. I used to be able to do play path, pick the file name and a it would open a dialog box that I could control the speed. It will still open the box if I go through the Process Manager. It will still run my CL file but I cannot control the speed so it goes real slow.What am I missing?

Thanks Bernie

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NickMihelich
6-Contributor
(To:pgf545)

oh i understand now you can also highlight just the sequences you want in the model tree and play those.

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jverheyen-2
4-Participant
(To:pgf545)

Bernie,

I think that the cutting feed is too slow.  Maybe you made a mistake by defining the "cut data" for you tool and you entered 0.1 mm/min in stead of 0.1 mm/tooth.

Then the feed is very slow and you can not accelerate it enough by the sliding bar.

Jef

NickMihelich
6-Contributor
(To:pgf545)

Instead of play path from a CL file move over to the model tree right click on the operation and click play path.  That will allow you to control your speed with the slider.

Thanks Nick, I have been doing that with no issues, but sometimes I will only do a CL file for a few sequences (set) and that is where the issue is. I used to be able to do it in earlier versions but I guess Creo2 doesn't do that anymore.

NickMihelich
6-Contributor
(To:pgf545)

oh i understand now you can also highlight just the sequences you want in the model tree and play those.

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Yeah that would work, didn't even think about that.... Thanks for the help

NickMihelich
6-Contributor
(To:pgf545)

Glad to help.  I really like that option when i need to run vericut on just a few sequence to check for leftover material.