In-House Solutions - Mastercam Multi-Axis for Mill X4

By: In House Solutions  09-12-2011
Keywords: Machining

Multi-Axis machining adds an extra level of flexibility to your machining operations. Mastercam's suite of multi-axis tools lets you program quickly and efficiently.

  • Multi-surface 5-Axis roughing and finishing

  • 5-Axis multi-surface flowline machining

  • Machine using 5-Axis depth cuts

  • Create 5-Axis contour toolpaths around the surface edges of the model for applications such as trimming vacuum-formed parts

  • Perform 5-Axis drilling

  • Keywords: Machining

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