Pier 9 Resource: CNC Data (Tool Libraries, Post Processors, Workholding & Machine Models)

About: Autodesk Technology Center San Francisco is a hub for research, development, and demonstration of new manufacturing technologies and workflows relating to configurable microfactories.

This Instructable is for Workshop Users at Pier 9.

This Instructable contains a link to tool libraries, custom post processors, workholding models, and other relevant data for four CNC machines at Pier 9: the Haas VF2 Mill, the Haas ST-10 Lathe, the DMS 5-Axis Router, and the Matsuura MX-330 Mill.

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    SBBi

    3 years ago on Introduction

    I would like to say thank you.

    to take the time after leaning something & help other try learn it
    is a sign of a great person!

    I have just started in a very underfunded school & happy I was able

    to get a chance at it. we are using masterCam 7.

    have you ever used this software? if what do you think of it?
    I can only work hard, learn well & wish maybe one day I will

    be able to learn machining at Autodesk Pier 9:)

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    SBBi

    3 years ago on Introduction

    I would like to say thank you.

    to take the time after leaning something & help other try learn it
    is a sign of a great person!

    I have just started in a very underfunded school & happy I was able

    to get a chance at it. we are using masterCam 7.

    have you ever used this software? if what do you think of it?
    I can only work hard, learn well & wish maybe one day I will

    be able to learn machining at Autodesk Pier 9:)

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    None
    gabrieldunne

    4 years ago on Introduction

    To import a new tool library into Autodesk Inventor HSM, when selecting a tool from the Tool Library window, right-click in the sidebar of the Tool Library window, and select "Add Library Folder"