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    Hello,

    I need some help with Biesse Works command column. I can import geometry from cad on a TCH layer and get all my milling id's in listed in the column. How do I group the milling id's together in the same machining functions. I can see in the menu and in the PDF help file there is a command called "Implode" and "explode" that I think is for this purpose.

    They are under the edit menu, but they are faded and I can not select them. I think they will only work if I select more than one ID, but how do I do that ?

    At the moment I can only select one ID at a time to change the milling data and this is very, very time consuming. It also creates a huge margin for errors in the machining processes.


    Thanks.

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    Hi there,

    You can use layers in the dxf and apply all your machining information with the layer name. There are basic examples in the help file but I do have more info on this if you need it.

    Quote Originally Posted by bleker View Post
    Hello,

    I need some help with Biesse Works command column. I can import geometry from cad on a TCH layer and get all my milling id's in listed in the column. How do I group the milling id's together in the same machining functions. I can see in the menu and in the PDF help file there is a command called "Implode" and "explode" that I think is for this purpose.

    They are under the edit menu, but they are faded and I can not select them. I think they will only work if I select more than one ID, but how do I do that ?

    At the moment I can only select one ID at a time to change the milling data and this is very, very time consuming. It also creates a huge margin for errors in the machining processes.


    Thanks.




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