SolidCAM's Solid Probe Module
The Essential Module for Tool Setup & On-the-Spot Measurement
Probing & Measuring Made Easy
SolidCAM's Solid Probe provides capabilities for Home definition and On-Machine Verification, using probes on the CNC machine, to do setup and control the quality of machined parts.
Full visualization of all the probe movements, provided by SolidCAM Machine Simulation, enables you to avoid any potential damage to the Probe tool.
Solid Probe is a Must Module for Every Machinist using Probes:
- Easy Home definition
- On-Machine Verification
- Tool Presetter support
- Easy geometry selection on solid model
- Supports a wide range of probe cycles
- Visualization of all the Probe tool movements
- Support of different Probe controllers
Combined Probe and Machining Operations
Machining operations and Probe operations are intermixed in the SolidCAM CAM manager and can use the same geometries on the solid CAD model. When the solid model is changed, both the machining and probe operations can be automatically synchronized to the change.
Solid Probe provides an easy solution for home setting, using 16 different cycles, to easily define home positions, replacing manual setup procedures.
Solid Probe cycles are used for measuring machined surfaces, without transferring the part to a CMM machine – the part can be inspected on the machine tool itself.
Tool Presetter Support
Solid Probe includes Tool Presetter support to check your milling and turning tools between Machining operations and tool change events. It also provides tool breakage detection to ensure continuous and safe machining.
Preview of Cycle Movements
Solid Probe uses the same geometry as the 2.5D milling operations. Full control over tolerances, different sorting options and direct preview of cycle movements are provided.
When compared to any other CAM system to mill a part, SolidCAM's iMachining wins any benchmark in ease-of-use, programming time, cycle time and tool life.
Try iMachining on your part and your machine by downloading our trial version.