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  • Comparing THSR (Turbo HSR) & THSM (Turbo HSM) with HSR & HSM

    Continuing what Emil wrote, I will be making a series of differences between THSR & HSR , THSM & HSM.

    This should give us an in-depth look into the Turbo technologies, which we implemented in the last 2 years.

    Some striking features that are in THSR & THSM are as follows:
    • New Generation HSM Engine.
    • Built on 64 Bit Architecture.
    • Extremely fast Toolpath Calculations - Even for pretty large parts.
    • Full gouge check including holder.
    • Undercut stock recognition in THSR
    • Possibility to provide upto 90% of Tool Diameter as stepover for Flat tools in THSR - With Corner Peg removal switched on.
    • Bare minimum definition of Parameters in THSM.
    • Rest roughing toolpaths have bare minimum or no retracts as compared to HSR.
    • Robust ARC fitting functionality.
    • Ability to control feed rates in tight areas (Corners).
    Over the next few posts, I will explain in detail the THSR & THSM features & also attach images and parts, which you can use for training/demos.

    Amod Onkar
    3D Mill & Sim5X Product Manager

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    Today , Let's look at the CPU usage of both HSR & THSR for the same part:

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    CPU Utilization when using HSR - Contour Roughing. You can see that all the processors are not fully loaded.

    CPU-HSR.png



    CPU Utilization when using THSR - Contour Roughing. All the processors are 100% loaded - the more # of cores fully loaded translates to much faster calculation.


    CPU-THSR.png

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    • #3
      Today, let's look at another feature that will help you stand up to the competition.

      With HSR, we were limited to the step-over being about 50-60% of the tool diameter - anything more than that would result in material being left out in the toolpath corners. See the example seen below.


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      However, with Turbo HSR there is no such limitation. You can give theoretically up to 99% of the tool diameter as a step over. The corner material is automatically removed by extending the passes. The is taken care of by enabling "Remove Corner Pegs" from under Passes ==> Smoothing Tab.

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      Amod Onkar
      3D Mill & Sim5X Product Manager


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