Overview

Mastercam is a Computerized Numerical Control Software tool developed in Massachusetts in 1983. Mastercam is one of the oldest PC-based computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software. Mastercam is now located in Tolland, Connecticut.

Mastercam’s provides a comprehensive set of predefined toolpaths including contour, drill, pocketing, face, peel mill, engraving, surface high speed, advanced multiaxis, and many more to enable machinists to cut parts efficiently and accurately. Mastercam users can create and cut parts using one of many supplied machine and control definitions.

3 Axis Programming
2D Machine (Milling)
3D Machine (Milling)
High Speed Machine

Duration of Course

  • 20 Hours Theory
  • 30 Hours Practical
  • 30 Hours Project work
Technical Features
  • Introduction of MASTERCAM
  • Ul of MASTERCAM
  • View Orientation
  • File Management
  • Basic Tool path
  • Process for Tool path Gener.
  • Common Parameters
  • Work Coordinate
  • Tool Definition
  • Job Setup
  • Milling Operation-Facing,
  • Pocket, Auto Drill, Circular
  • Mill. Core Mill
  • Tool Path Associativity
  • Post Processing
  • Tool path
  • Milling Operation – Counter,
  • Rest Mill, Pocket, Plunge Mill,
  • Radial
  • Milling Operation- Shallow
  • Pencil, Leftover, Scallop, Flow
  • Line
  • Advantage of high Speed Machining
  • Operation- Core Roughing, Waterline, Scallop, raster, Spiral, Radial
  • Operation- Ruled tool path,
  • Swept 2D Tool path Post.

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