CAMWorks Setup Sheets Tutorial.

How to change a company logo:  in CAMWorks, you have the ability to generate a setup sheet using the existing templates or a customized one. But what is a setup sheet? A “setup sheet” is a printable file that contains information that the CNC operator can use to set up the part and the tools required to machine that part. It provides an overview of the NC program for the CNC Operator.

A Setup Sheet usually includes the following information: machine details, setup details ( origin and name ), controller and programmer name, estimated machining time, operation’s important info, material and stock size, tools informations ( size, feeds and speeds).
The setup sheet feature of CAMWorks allows you generate setup Ssheets for a solid part or assembly for which CAM data has been generated. This feature for generating setup sheets is provided in two forms:

Please take a look at the video below, where you can learn how to generate a setup sheet, what variables can you insert and how to modify your company’s logo.

Add a new column:

How to modify an existing template:

Add new view:

Excel setup sheet:
One of the new enhacements of the new version of CAMWorks is the ability for the user to open/customize setup sheets in Microsoft Excel. Now the setup sheets are compatible with MS Excel and can therefore be viewed/edited using MS Excel (Version 2007 or higher).

In Setup Sheet Options dialog box, the XSLT based stylesheets will be available in the Stylesheet dropdown list when the Setup sheet Type is set to XML. XSLT style sheets in the dropdown list can be easily recognized by the (xslt) suffix at the end of the respective style sheet names.
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