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Delcam (Birmingham, U.K.) has released the latest version of its PowerMILL CAM system, called PowerMILL 6. Features include new functionality for 2-, 3-, and 5-axis machining, along with changes to the user interface intended to make the software easier to use. A new, 2D Machining Wizard has been added, which offers

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Delcam (Birmingham, U.K.) has released the latest version of its PowerMILL CAM system, called PowerMILL 6. Features include new functionality for 2-, 3-, and 5-axis machining, along with changes to the user interface intended to make the software easier to use. A new, 2D Machining Wizard has been added, which offers an easier, quicker way to generate 2D and 2-1/2D toolpaths. New functionality in the drilling templates enables users to create their own drilling methods, and new plunge milling strategies have been added for efficient clearance of deep pockets in which each plunge is calculated from a stock model that is updated after every cutting operation.

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