ZW3D CAM Tips （Geometry ——Assign CAM Features to Component Parts）
A collection of similar geometric entities from a CAM component classified as a part can be assigned to a single CAM feature. CAM features can be classified as either a part or a containment. A part feature can consist of holes, pockets, steps, slots, profiles, surfaces and solids. A containment feature may consist of open or closed profiles, surfaces and solids. The CAM Feature Manager is used to create and manage feature groups.
See also: About CAM Geometry
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