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This message will be removed once you have signed in. If the tools are named in Mastercam the way that I recommend, all of the information will be there for the operator: Insert codes, etc. Included in the zip file that is attached is a sample turning program with milling, the Active report templates, a Word doc with instructions on how to install and where to enter information.

For best results, pay close attention to the Word doc on what and where I enter the names and comments of the tools and operations. It wouldn’t hurt to try it. It does not overwrite any of the default installed Active Report Templates. I needed some help with setup doc and I just saw your post this morning. I downloaded it a half a minute ago and can’t wait to check it out. Thanks so much for putting this out here.

People here, People like you, I really appreciate. Many times my inexperience would have spelled curtains for me if not for you and the like. That is an awesome thing to share I can’t seem to figure out the “install” process though. If someone could chime in on how to make use of this gem, that would be fantastic.

Thanks in advance! Hi Bob, My bad, I was not paying much attention to read the entire comment. It looks great, simple click and it does all the work Bob. I stumbled onto this after searching for a setup sheet. I downloaded your zip. I have no idea what to do with it after to use it lol. Also since this is an older post, have you updated this recently? I don’t think that the migration wizard actually found anything to change. I recently helped a friend install this into the directory and haven’t heard of any issues yet.

It would be confusing to the operator if you still had the sequence numbers turned on for the rest of the program.

Another option might be to write the Op number to the posted output so that it shows up like this: OP5 at the beginning of the operation. I believe that you can search a program for words that are in comments, but don’t have any way of testing that right now. I put the Op number in the comments and it seems to work ok, I’m just trying to avoid any confusion to the operator.

I noticed during drip feeding its a must have for the operator to have a simple straight forward setup sheet like this to avoid coming back to me and asking about every Op lol.

They have plenty of comments but being cautious I understand you want some sort of “check sheet”. They should easily be able to match your “N” block numbers to the operation numbers. That should work on your setup sheet, depending on how it is setup. I also have all of the codes output to start the machine at that point even if the operator hits RESET. The operators love this and it makes it very easy for the operators to hand off between shifts.

Ok that makes sense. I have my post set up that way as well “N1 rough- N2 finish” we do this to re run finish processes since we hold tight tolerances it can take several passes to hold those which I’m sure you know working in aerospace. The only issues is some refer back to the N number and not the process so if there’s an issue with “n5” it maybe be op 10 since I add in notes in-between or flip material that’s not posted to them.

Thanks, I spent the time to figure out how to get Active Reports to output what I wanted. I am still a “babe in the woods” with Active Reports I love being able to do a “one click” to get setup sheets. In some cases it was taking as long to build setup sheets from scratch as it was to generate a program. If you made a change to the program, then you had to go back and fix or re-do the setup sheets.

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Use your display name or email address to sign in: Sign In Sign Up. Sign in to follow this Followers 4. Recommended Posts. Bill Craven Posted February 23, Greetings all, I have developed a setup sheet that is really more of an Operation check list.

Developed for minimal paper waste. Disclaimer: Use at your own risk. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted February 24, That looks very interesting.

Will this work in MC ? I don’t know. Greg Williams Posted February 26, Nice work, Thank you for sharing. Laebs 2. Posted June 26, SpacePilotPro JoshC Thank you for sharing this bill.

PcRobotic Posted November 6, Posted November 25, Posted March So not a Guru Here – I just did it on my desktop in about 30 seconds. It is possible, but you would have to modify your post to accomplish this. Another option might be to write the Op number to the posted output so that it shows up like this: OP5 at the beginning of the operation I believe that you can search a program for words that are in comments, but don’t have any way of testing that right now.

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