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The selection / Basics

In this Tutorial you learn the basics, the selection of Geometry (Point, Line, Arc, curve, contour/chain, surface etc.). In some cases, directions and sequences are important. Some examples of the importance of this function is shown in detail.

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Pockets with islands and Rest milling

This example shows pocket milling based on a 2D contour with island and Rest milling. The first pocket mill operation use a tool with a big diameter. The second operation, with a small toll, calculates a tool path only for rest material.

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vectorcam Tutorial: Tasche schruppen

Pocket milling based on a 3D model

This Example shows a pocket milling function based on a 3D model (see the yellow surfaces). The NC-Feature – Pocket milling has many possibilities. The function calculates automatically open/closed or multi step pockets.

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vectorcam Tutorial: NC-Features

Milling drilling 3D model with NC-Features

The example shows a 3D model, which is milled with different NC-Features. You learn the fast and effectiv way with form-features.

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vectorcam Tutorial: z-konstant schruppen

3D Z-Level roughing

Learn the basis of vectorcam cnc programming the nozzle head of a hair dryer with 3D Z-Level Milling. This function includes a lot of possibilities. You will also create a boxstock based on the 3D model, define a parting plane and various options to meet the milling function.

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vectorcam Tutorial: z-Konturtasche

2,5D pocket mill Z-contour

Pocket milling with island on different Z levels. The function calculate automatically the toolpath with the different z levels.

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vectorcam TV

Find numerous videos with more informations about vectorcam on our YouTube Channel vectorcamTV as well as further tutorials.

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