Mastercam X9 - 2 1/2D, 3 Axis Mill Programming

Fred Fulkerson
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A comprehensive guide to using Mastercam X9 to create part programs.  Geometry creation using both the solid and wireframe modelers is covered in great detail.  All standard 2 1/2 D toolpaths and many 2D high speed toolpaths are explained in great detail.  All methods of stock creation are completly explained.
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About the author

Fred is a professor of Mechanical Engineering as well as a certified Mastercam and SolidWorks instructor.  He is a Red Seal Certified General Machinist and CNC Programmer as well as having graduated from the University of Western Ontario.
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Publisher
Fred Fulkerson
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Published on
Dec 9, 2015
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Pages
380
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ISBN
9780992012533
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Language
English
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Genres
Computers / Software Development & Engineering / General
Computers / Software Development & Engineering / Tools
Technology & Engineering / Power Resources / Alternative & Renewable
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This content is DRM protected.
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