Lynda – Learning MasterCam

Lynda – Learning MasterCam
English | Size: 182.41 MB
Category: CBTs

Computer numerical control (CNC) milling is a subtractive process that allows you to carve digital 3D models out of blocks of solid material like foam, wood, plastic, or metal. Computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) programs are used to control CNC mills, which can fabricate objects that are often stronger than those created by additive means-for example, 3D printing. In this short course, Taylor Hokanson helps you get up and running with Mastercam, one of the most popular CAD/CAM applications. He demonstrates how to use this program to create basic geometry and convert it to toolpaths for export to the mill of your choice.

Topics include:
Reviewing the user interface
Creating 2D and 3D geometry
Creating 2.5 and 3-axis toolpaths
Toolpath simulation and export

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