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Yes, it does. VBScript is the available scripting tool. If you require more advanced capabilities than a script can provide, Mastercam has both a ".NET" interface (Net-hooks), and a full C++ API, if you really need access to "everything".

VBScript can create and/or manipulate geometry, and more. There is a VBScript help file that actually installs with Mastercam by default. The name escapes me offhand, but it is something like "script56.chm", or something like that...

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There are some templates included if you are running mastercam X6 or X7 in a folder called vb inside the shared folder and a help file called vbscript in the help folder. I used those to get started however the files don't seem to be present in newer versions. You could check out my post on a macro i am working on under the post processor development forum on this site i managed to assign some toolpaths and drill operations automatically.

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