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Version 1.0.0This tutorial includes a variety of projects that are using Nesting options in Mastercam to fit parts onto a sheet of material for best yield. You will learn how Nesting operates on geometry and how you can create and use tabs to assist in holding down the nested parts. You will also learn how Nesting operates on toolpaths and how you can use WCS (Work Coordinate System) to set the parts of an assembly in the proper view for machining.
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Version 1.2This book uses a variety of projects to describe the use of the View Manager for working with Cplanes and work offsets. It contains useful information for defining and working with different standard and non-standard planes and takes a look at using Mastercam's Transform Toolpaths in a multiple fixture environment. The last project covers Cplanes and work offset settings for a chuck indexing. Each tutorial guides you through Geometry Creation, Toolpathing, Verification and G-Code generation.
ok i got my drawing and it specifies that "NO CUTTER COMP. centerline programing only" (dimentioned geometry IS the toolpath).......does that mean with the givien information of X's and Y's points, make the program? or should i add the Radius of the cutter and manually calculate a path to those points? tool is a 3/16's End Mill (.1875) (R.0.09375) im making A Cube that has Milled Out Shapes that will Float Free Inside (Circle,Square,X-shape,Diamond,Triangle,and Clover) I need Help Please & Thanks
Hello Fello Mastercam users, I am looking for some CAD/CAM projects for my advanced students to do in our high school shop. We have Mastercam x7 and a Tormach PCNC 1100 mill along with a older Bridgeport EZTrack 2 Axis CNC. I really want to work with the kids to make a useful CNC project that they will either use for the rest of their lives or something that they will at least use a lot now. A lot of their hobbies include hunting/fishing, ATV riding. Thanks in advance, Adam