12/13/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

CAMplete Partners with Doosan Machine Tools

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CAMplete TruePath is available for purchase on all Doosan Machine Tools Milling Machines.


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CAMplete Solutions Inc. and Doosan Machine Tools have joined forces to offer CAMplete TruePath to new and existing customers. Doosan Machine Tools offers a complete lineup of turning and machining centers for small- to large-sized parts. The high-speed, high-precision five-axis machining centers enable high-precision, simultaneous control for aviation and medical parts, and five-sided machining centers offer economically feasible multi-facet/complex shape machining.

CAMplete TruePath is available for purchase for all Doosan Machine Tools milling machines. The company says that equipping Doosan’s CNC machines with CAMplete’s verification, post-processing and simulation software will save users time and money.

What is CAMplete TruePath?  

CAMplete TruePath is an application that takes data from a CAM system to a five-axis machine efficiently and safely. Using toolpath data from all industry leading CAM systems, TruePath’s customizable post-processor enables the user to output NC programs the way the user needs, with no on-machine editing required. Five-axis simulation, visualization and verification tools give the user the confidence of knowing how the machine will behave before running a single line of G-code.

Post Processing

  • Factory approved post-processor for a machine developed in partnership with Doosan Machine Tools
  • Easily edit posts to get the G-code needed  
  • Switch between and combine tool paths from all major CAM systems


  • Models built from original design data to show the real machine motion
  • Full G-code verification enables complete confidence in the programs 


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