Camplete’s TurnMill V9 Uses Advanced 3D Rendering Technology

Originally titled 'CAM-Enabled Software Uses Advanced 3D Rendering Technology'
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TurnMill software suite includes everything needed to simulate and verify complex programs in an intuitive 3D environment.

The TurnMill V9 software, Camplete’s latest edition to the Nakamura-Tome turning center line, includes enhancements to 3D rendering, simulation improvements and additional post-processing support. The software enables users to combine output from multiple CAM systems to create multitasking programs that are verified and able to run on their machines. TurnMill’s software suite includes everything needed to simulate and verify complex programs in an intuitive 3D environment, the company says.

New in TurnMill V9 includes features which highlight important geometric features such as realistic rendering metal shading, reflection modeling, advanced 3D lighting modeling and edge drawing; enhanced highlighting mode to more clearly show selected objects in 3D; 3D Space Mouse support that works directly with driver control panels’ UI; hardware driver support for a wider variety of video cards, enabling users to run Truepath on their existing laptop.

TurnMill is sold and supported in the USA through Methods Machine Tools and Multiaxis LLC; in Canada through Elliott Matsuura; and in the United Kingdom and Ireland through the Engineering Technology Group.


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