Conversational programming has always been a great choice for getting jobs up and running quickly, and for very efficient programming of 2D and 2.5D contours and features. However, machining actual 3-dimensional surfaces required the use of a CAD/CAM software package…that is, until now!
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Something new and improved is almost always better in the long run, but it isn’t always painless. The cost of innovation is CHANGE. And sometimes, machinists, as most human beings, don't really enjoy the process of change.