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Virtual Machining Using CAMWorks 2016

Published March 31, 2017
170 pages
  • Designed for users new to CAMWorks with basic knowledge of manufacturing processes
  • Covers the core concepts and most frequently used commands in CAMWorks
  • Incorporates cutter location data verification by reviewing the generated G-codes
  • Teaches you how to prevent problems, reduce manufacturing costs, shorten production time, and improve estimating

GibbsCAM Tutorial Version 2005

Out of Print
Published November 15, 2005
218 pages
GibbsCAM Tutorial has 19 exercises for production mill, production mill with solids import, and lathe users. The exercises cover the following topics: Creating Geometry Importing 2D and 3D CAD Geometry The CAM Process Setting up Tools Creating Machining Operations...

A Pro/Manufacturing Tutorial Wildfire 2.0

Out of Print
Published April 1, 2005
98 pages
This is a tutorial manual for the beginning user of Pro/MANUFACTURING Wildfire 2.0. The manual assumes the user has a basic working knowledge of Pro/ENGINEER. It begins with a simple click-by-click procedure to perform a volume milling sequence for the beginner to gain a basic familiarity with the manufacturing module. The manual includes a...

Mastercam Version 9 Workbook

Out of Print
Published December 31, 2002
306 pages
This purpose of this workbook is to give new users a basic introduction to Mastercam's functionality and features. Topics covered include creating models using Mastercam, importing geometry from other CAD packages, setting up a job, and creating facing, contouring, pocket, drill/surface, and lathe toolpaths. This book is not intended to be...

The CNC Workshop Version 2

Out of Print
Published May 1, 2002
378 pages
The CNC Workshop workbook is designed to introduce students to CNC and provide them with an opportunity to learn and practice at their own pace. The CBT and software, CNC Workshop with TORCOMP CNCez Java Edition, enforces important concepts and allows students to create CNC programs and test them in a simulated manufacturing environment....
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