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Machine and control definitions are key building blocks in Mastercam X that let you organize your Mastercam installation to match your shop floor. Control definition—Stored in a .control file. All products and machine types use the same file extension. Each .control file can store several control definitions, so that the .control file can be shared by multiple machines and can access multiple post processors. Using machine and control definitions Before creating any toolpaths or machining operations, you need to select the machine that will run the toolpaths. All of your available machine definitions are listed on the Machine Type menu at the top of your Mastercam window. The machine group is where Mastercam will store all of your toolpaths for that machine. For current Mastercam users, the machine group and its properties contain most of the Job Setup functions from earlier versions of Mastercam. For each component, you can set properties such as travel/rotary motion limits and the axis orientation with respect to the machine world coordinate system. Mastercam Router users will use this section to define aggregate machining heads and drill blocks. . Other settings include many NC output variables, such as sequence numbers and their format. Current Mastercam users will notice that all of the numbered post questions from earlier versions of Mastercam have been replaced by control definition settings.
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