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Mastercam X7 v16.0.5.5: A Complete Guide to CAD/CAM Software



this is an industry-based, third-party review of mastercam x7 mill. the purpose of this review is to inform readers about what is being advertised through word of mouth and media channels (the internet, magazines, etc.) without directly or overtly promoting the product being reviewed. the sponsor of this work was not involved in the creation of the product, nor were their employees or contractors involved. all opinions expressed in this review are those of the reviewer.




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this is an industry-based, third-party review of mastercam x7 mill. the purpose of this review is to inform readers about what is being advertised through word of mouth and media channels (the internet, magazines, etc.) without directly or overtly promoting the product being reviewed.


i use multiple cad programs (mastercam, jobo, vueg) as well as many different cad formats on a daily basis, as well as being well-versed in the way mastercam reads and renders some of the more exotic rendering formats. as a whole, the team here has probably spent more time than almost anyone on the mastercam team investigating its rendering capabilities, meaning we understand its capacity to work for all our customers. we can then create instructions for each cad format on how to do this effectively, in order to ensure mastercam serves as a translator rather than a costly enemy.


i have been around since the beginning and have worked with mastercam for over 20 years on and off. i am happy to be here as the sole programmer with basic conversational programming and a little group training.


i too can make small parts. i don't usually have a problem making a fitting. sometimes i am faced with strange forms or forms that are complicated by the fact that in cad design, the shapes are better approximated by curves rather than by solid forms. this means that i will use several macros to combine all the forms together and then, often, add holes. i try to make each macro do one small thing and not doing something that the cad programme isn't very adept at doing. i like to work with older computers because i would like to have more memory when i am programming.


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