4/25/2012

Milling Software Upgrade

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VisualMILL 2012

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MecSoft Corporation, the developer of VisualMILL, RhinoCAM, VisualMILL for SolidWorks, Alibre CAM and other computer aided manufacturing(CAM) software solutions, has announced the availability of VisualMILL 2012, a major version upgrade to its current VisualMILL 6.0 version.


In addition to over hundreds of enhancements and improvements to the existing VisualMILL 6.0 product, VisualMILL 2012 features a new 5 Axis continuous milling module, powerful new toolpath generation methods along with processing and productivity improvements.  This version raises the bar on productivity and performance making VisualMILL 2012 one of the most powerful, complete, easiest to use and affordable CAM systems in the market today, the company states.  

 

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