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Envisioning New Markets with Roland MDX Technology
Tayyebi got the idea of creating his own line of premium eyeglass frames several years ago. To avoid competing with companies that mass-produce frames using injection molding, he decided to mill his frames from unusual substrates, including buffalo horn and...
Editor’s Pick: Mills Expand and Flex for User Needs
Tormach unveils its next generation of CNC machines.
Tormach 1100M and 770M Unveiled
The M series of 1100 and 770 mills from Tormach incorporates years’ worth of upgrades, optimization and customer feedback.
DeskProto Releases Free CAM Software
A new DeskProto version has been released, featuring an edition that may be used free of charge, as shareware.
Upfront CAM: The Convergence of Design and Manufacturing
Tighter integration of CAD and CAM can eliminate problematic geometry.
Mastercam 2019 Released for Global Public Testing
Mastercam 2019 Public Beta is open to all currently maintained Mastercam customers.
Vero Software Updates with Surfcam 2018 R1
Major enhancements to the 2018 R1 release of Surfcam, from Vero Software, include updates to roughing cycles for milling, turning and MTM.
Vero Software’s Edgecam 2017 R2 Features Enhanced Functionality
The Edgecam 2017 R2 from Vero Software reportedly features around 20 items of new and enhanced functionality.
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The Benefits of Subtractive Rapid Prototyping
SRP (subtractive rapid prototyping) – milling – enables you to do a lot of things that you cannot do or do as efficiently with 3D printing. Today’s Check It Out link takes you to a gem of a document that explains...

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