4/14/2016

Tornos Users can now Benefit from Mastercam Swiss CAM

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Tornos customers using the company’s TISIS with ISO programming functions can now make use of Mastercam Swiss CAM to speed up programming on Tornos’ line of machine tools.

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Continuing to expand its family of Swiss-type CAM users, Mastercam Swiss CAM software now extends its capabilities to Tornos machines. Tornos customers using the company’s TISIS with ISO programming functions can now make use of Mastercam Swiss CAM to speed up programming on Tornos’ line of machine tools.

With new features in Mastercam Swiss for Tornos, operators of the company’s Swiss-type lathes will enjoy an easier time with complex machining processes that these machines are capable of producing. A strong integration between TISIS and Mastercam Swiss provides a fast and efficient way to machine complex geometries.

Operators of Swiss-type lathes using the new version of this software can execute several operations simultaneously. Mastercam Swiss primarily focuses on the management of parallel operations, such as turning and milling as well as offering machine simulation in 3D. Using the sub/counterspindle long parts can be supported by synchronizing the axes in a master/slave configuration. To avoid interferences, operations that are subject to risk can be performed virtually (in simulation) before going onto the machine.

Learn more about Mastercam Swiss for Tornos here

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