Re: Mastercam X3 Toolpath Is Still A Dead Entity
- From: larryrozer@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2008 12:26:06 -0700 (PDT)
This is one thing we can agree on.
Imagine if the effort that was spent on Feature Based Machining in X3
was instead used on fixing the basics in Mastercam X2 MR2 SP1. I've
used FeatureCAM in the past. I think it's estimated that only 2
percent of their users use the feature recognition part of
A tremendous amount of effort has been put into developing Mastercam
In SolidWorks, yet SolidWorks can't handle modifying non-native solids
models quickly and easily. I feel that most machining job shops spend
a lot of time working with non-native solid models. The entire concept
of parametric-history based modeling is badly flawed when it comes to
working with non-native solid models. SolidWorks also lacks the needed
tools for trying to understand someone else's design intent if you
need to modify their part and not toss the history in the trash.
My blog, that you say is all about me, spends a lot to time trying to
make this clear.
My blog, that you say is all about me, spends zero time talking about
San Diego, CA
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