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Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. ArtCAM Pro 8. Disclaimer Delcam plc has no control over the use made of the software described in this manual and cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage howsoever caused as a result of using the software. Users are advised that all the results from the software should be checked by a competent person, in accordance with good quality control procedures.
Information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment by Delcam plc. The software described in this manual is furnished under licence agreement and may be used or copied in accordance with the terms of such licence.
No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose without the express permission of Delcam plc. All rights reserved. ArtCAM Pro transforms ideas into finished products far more quickly than is possible using conventional methods.
Using ArtCAM Pro and a machine tool or router to machine most of the job, leaves the artisan more time to concentrate on the original design and the fine details, which together help to differentiate products in today's competitive markets.
Click on the on each page displayed in the Assistant window to view its In-Line Help. From the Main menu bar, click on the Help menu, followed by the Index option. The Assistant's Getting Started page. If you have not already registered as a forum member, click on the Join option on the forum's Home Page to do so. Registered users are able to download images, example ArtCAM models and relief files attached to posts. From the Main menu bar, click on the Help menu, followed by the Subscribe to the ArtCAM Pro Newsletter option to send an e-mail requesting subscription to the quarterly newsletter.
The Frequently Asked Questions page. This section explains the layout of ArtCAM Pro, how to use its design windows and manage its preferences. This section explains how to create and manipulate bitmap images in a model. These can then be used to create vector objects or 3D shapes as all or part of a relief in a model. This section explains how to create and manipulate vector artwork in a model.
This can then be used to create a three-dimensional shape as all or part of a relief, or to machine a 2D model. This section explains how to create different types of shapes and combine them with any existing relief, how to transform, manipulate, edit and manage the relief. The relief can then be used to machine a 3D model. This section explains how to machine a model from the vector artwork or three-dimensional relief that you have created.
Comparing Bitmaps, Vectors and Reliefs Vectors and bitmaps are two different methods of reproducing particular types of images. ArtCAM Pro uses both bitmap images and vector objects to create three-dimensional shapes. For more details, see the Working with Bitmaps and Working with Vectors chapters. This relief is used to machine a 3D model. What is a Vector? Vector data is defined mathematically. Objects are geometrical, being made up of a number of points connected by lines or curves. Vectors The amount of data required to display all of the attributes of a vector object is very small, so graphics made up of vector objects can have very small file sizes.
As the objects become more complex, the sizes increase. Vector data is ideal for producing smooth features. A vector object not only has greater definition than the bitmap, the geometry of the vector object can also be used to drive an assigned machining tool directly, which, in turn, can produce a better finish. Bitmap data is made up of a set of values specifying the colour of individual pixels picture elements that make up an image.
Bitmap data is characterised by resolution and bit depth. Resolution relates to the detail in an image and is expressed in dots per inch. The higher the resolution i. Bit depth has to do with the number of colours the image can display. Bits are the building blocks of binary data. A black and white image is 1 bit, meaning it can be off or on, black or white. As bit depth increases, more colours are available. Unlike vector data, bitmap data is large. For example, a simple object like the letter in the previous image is 32, bytes as vector data in ArtCAM Pro.
For small compositions the increase in file size may not matter greatly, but for larger compositions the difference in file size seriously impacts machining times. A three-dimensional shape becomes all or part of a relief when the relief combination method selected for the shape has been calculated. Ultimately, a relief is made up of a grid of points in a similar way to a bitmap image.
However, instead of colour, each point is assigned a specific height. When a new model is created in ArtCAM Pro, you are required to set its size in millimetres or inches.
The model's resolution is also specified here. The number of points in the model determines the resolution of the relief and any associated bitmap image. For further information, see "Creating a Model" in the Working with Models chapter. A compromise must be made between the quality of a model, including any relief within it, and the speed of the processor in your computer. For most jobs, a model of 1,, points is a reasonable value.
Since a relief is made up of a number of points, even the quality and smoothness of the three-dimensional shapes created from vector objects depends on the resolution of the model, although this is to a lesser extent than with those shapes created from bitmap images.
A relief can be saved or loaded in the. If there is no bitmap image of the same resolution as the relief, ArtCAM Pro creates a greyscale bitmap representation of the 3D model when it is loaded. When you have an open model, the Assistant's Home page displays a collection of tools to help you create, edit and machine a model. These tools appear in the form of buttons. Grouped in a logical arrangement, you can to navigate to the button that you require quickly.
The In-line Help informs you of exactly where, when and how to use the button, thus reducing the learning curve. The screen layout is divided into eight regions:
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