Stock Setup for Bottom Keycaps
In the design workspace, isolate the caps bottom component using the eye icon to hide the other components.
In the manufacture workspace, create a new Setup using the icons in the top menu or the shortcuts menu.
Orbit around the model of the bottom keycap so the internal geometry is facing up right. Select the dot on the top surface in the lower left corner of the model. Click on the colored arrows to reposition the X,Y and Z axis so they match up with the screenshot. In the Stock tab, reference the values in the Stock Offset sections.
In the manufacture workspace, click on the Adaptive Clearing icon in the top 3D menu or use the shortcuts menu.
Click on the Select button in the tool section and choose the 1/16in flat end mill.
Under the Feed & Speed section, use the same values as the 1/8in flat end mill.
Click on the Geometry tab and select Bounding Box under the Machining Boundary in the Geometry section. Select Tool Outside boundary under the Tool Containment section.
Click on the Passes tab and change the Maximum Roughing Step Down. Click the checkbox to disable the Stock To Leave section.
Click on the 2D pocket icon in the top menu or use the shortcuts menu.
Click on the section button the tool section and choose the 1/32in flat end mill.
Under the feed & speed section, use the same values as the 1/8in flat end mill.
Click on the Geometry tab and click on bottom surface of the cross in center the model.
Click on the Passes tab and click to enable the Multiple Depths. Change the maximum roughing step down to the values in the screenshot. Make sure Stock To Leave is disabled.
Click on the 2D contour icon in the top menu or the shortcuts menu.
Click on the select button in the tool section and choose the 1/8in flat end mill.
Under the feed & speed section, reference the values.
Click on the Geometry tab and click on the bottom edge of the keycap model. This should highlight the edge blue.
Click on the Passes tab and click to enable the Multiple Depths. Change the Maximum Roughing Step Down to the values in the screenshot. Make sure Stock To Leave is disabled.
With the tool paths now set up, you can use the pattern feature in the Manufacturing workspace to duplicate the operations.
New Pattern Set Up
Since each operation requires a different tool, each operation will need to be a separate pattern.
Right-click on the first operation (1/16in Adaptive Clearing) and select Add to New Pattern from the menu.
Under Direction 1, click the Edge button and select one of the edges in the model that is in the desired axis.
Under Spacing for Direction 1, type in 28.5mm.
Under Number of instances 1, type in 4.
Press OK button to accept and save.
Repeat this process for the 2D Pocket and 2D contour.
Reference the previous CAM setup to simulate the operations. If everything looks good, proceed to Post Process the GCode files. You have the option to select multiple operations in the Browser. For example, the Adaptive Clearing and 2D Contour operations use the same tool so this could be posted as a single GCode file.