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This eCourse is designed to provide the resources you need to become proficient with 3D geometry creation and toolpaths. If you are new to Mastercam, it is highly recommended that you start with Mill Essentials (book or eCourse) to build a firm foundation of 2D knowledge prior to exploring 3D.
Below you will find an overview of the eCourse video content organized by tutorial and respective video segments. Each tutorial will walk you through creating geometry, applying then verifying toolpaths and generating G-Code for a machinable part. This course will take approximately 15 hours to complete.
Tutorial 1 covers Surface Rough Pocket, Surface Finish Shallow & Surface Finish Contour toolpaths.
Tutorial 2 covers Surface Rough Pocket, Surface Finish Parallel & Surface Finish Pencil toolpaths.
Tutorial 3 covers Stock Model, Surface HS Rest Roughing & Radial & Surface Finish Blend toolpaths.
Tutorial 4 covers Surface HS OptiArea, Surface HS OptiRest, Surface HS Hybrid & Surface HS Scallop toolpaths.
Tutorial 5 covers Surface HS Core Roughing, Scallop, Spiral & Waterline toolpaths.
Tutorial 6 covers Surface HS OptiCore, Horizontal, Waterline, Raster & Pencil toolpaths.
Tutorial 7 covers Surface HS OptiArea, Rest Roughing, Surface Finish Scallop, Leftover & Project toolpaths.
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This course covers step-by-step how to make exactly the parts shown in the tutorial, but doesn't do much more than that. There is almost no explanation of WHY specific tools are being selected, or WHY parameters are being chosen. Without explanation, how is the user to make intelligent decisions when using Mastercam to machine a different part in the future?
Parameters such as entry helix radius, leave stock, stepdown, transition angle, stepover, keep tool down %, etc. etc. etc. are all modified dozens of times and never a single mention of what effect this has on the tool behavior, or why the new value is preferred over the old value.
Brief explanations of the various toolpath modes are made, such as "raster produces best results on relatively flat surfaces". Adding a comparison to show the differences between the toolpath modes would be great, for example: machine a part two different ways: raster and waterline, and then compare the surface finish/accuracy and machining time of the two strategies.
Overall quality of the videos is excellent.
End of tutorial quiz questions rarely relate to the preceding tutorial and are frequently repeated in the quizzes for different tutorials (further highlighting that they don't relate to the material in the tutorial).