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Autodesk Inventor CAM 2020.2 Update

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Autodesk Inventor CAM 2020.2 Update

Autodesk Inventor CAM 2020.2 Update | 256.8 mb

The Autodesk CAM team has released the next update to Inventor CAM 2020, is a powerful CAM software application designed to improve productivity and deliver seamless workflows in manufacturing environments so design teams can easily move components from the design stage through to CNC manufacture.

New Turning Strategies
- A significant set of recent Fusion 360 turning improvements have been carried over to Inventor CAM in this update. Two new strategies for profile roughing and finishing have been introduced. Previously, both profile roughing and finishing were bundled in the same “Turning Profile” strategy but now they have been split into two separate strategies. The reasons for doing this were to:
. Simplify the workflow by reducing complexity.
. Simplify the interface and reduce clutter by removing parameters from roughing that did not apply to finishing and vice versa.
. Allow roughing and finishing operations to use a separate tool, separate feeds and speeds and separate machining limits.
New functionality within the new turning strategies includes Tangential Extensions, Back Z Tool Limits, Radial Tool Limits, Canned Cycles for roughing, and more. You can read a detailed description on the Fusion 360 blog.
Turning Toolpaths
- Added the ability to select a face grooving tool or a Z oriented external grooving tool in a single groove operation for machining grooving features on the face of the part (#11470)
Milling Toolpaths
- Engrave toolpaths can now be generated over multiple levels in cases where, due to tool geometry, the initial engrave toolpath had to be offset (#15424)
- Fixed an issue in which Order Optimization was not working in 2D Pocket strategies. (#1579)
- Fixed an Internal CAM Kernel error that the 3D Horizontal strategy was returning when predrill points were selected. (#16382, #16256)
- Fixed a crash that could occur in a Parallel operation if a rest tool generated no machining boundary. (#16107)
- Fixed an issue in which a linking move between Contour toolpath cutting moves could gouge through the model. (#15799)
- Fixed an issue in which a Circular toolpath would not include circular walls with through holes. (#16599)
- The "Probe" drilling cycle has been renamed to "Custom" to better reflect that this is a mechanism that can be used in conjunction with a post-processor that has custom logic for handling a non-standard cycle.(#16322)
- Fixed an issue in drilling in which only the bottom depth could be edited when set to Model Bottom and Drill Tip Through Bottom was enabled. (#13033)
Post Process
- The library of installed posts has been updated with the latest changes, bringing them in line with the online library available at https://cam.autodesk.com/posts. (#17148)
- Added support in the Post Processor kernel for head configurations and offset table configurations when TCP is not supported. (#11286)
- Inventor should now avoid some crashes in manufacturing simulation that used to happen when the user restarts the simulation before the previous background clash detection has finished. (#14714)
- Fixed an unexpected program close when selecting a turning toolpath. (#15611)
- Prevent crashes in simulation that are due to multithreading issues in third-party software. (#13732)
User Interface
- Fixed some issues with Preserve Order for the Pocket strategy. (#14967)
- Fixed several instances where text in the user interface was not being localized. (#13581, #13582)
- Fixed an issue in which Set Default Folder did not always work from the popup menu in parts with multiple setups. (#15779)
- Fixed an issue in which the application sometimes crashed while displaying graphics associated with selected operations. (#17138)

Integrated Autodesk Inventor CAM software - For those that aren’t familiar with Computer Aided Manufacturing it is an approach that makes use of computer software to control machine tools and related machinery in the manufacturing of components.

Prior to CAM software, component machining was achieved via numerical control (NC) programming. This could be a very lengthy process and in modern design workflows where time to market is critical, traditional NC programming was often a bottleneck to early product launch.

The subsequent wider adoption of 3D CAD software such as Autodesk Inventor opened up a new realm of possibilities for CAM software and machining companies resulting in the growth of more intelligent CAM Software designed to bridge the gap between design and production.

Autodesk helps people imagine, design and create a better world. Everyone—from design professionals, engineers and architects to digital artists, students and hobbyists—uses Autodesk software to unlock their creativity and solve important challenges.

Product: Autodesk Inventor CAM
Version: 2020.2 Build (Development Builds) Update
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : www.hsmworks.com
Language: multilanguage
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Software Prerequisites: *
Size: 256.8 mb

- Autodesk Inventor CAM 2020 supports Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit and Windows 10 64-bit.
- Inventor CAM 2020 is compatible with the 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 versions of Inventor, Inventor Professional, and Inventor LT.
- This is the next update which is being delivered as a patch rather than a full installer, which will minimize download and install time. The same patch can be applied for both Premium and Ultimate installations.

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