BobCAD-CAM, a world leader in powerful and affordable CAD-CAM software, has released a new DVD training product for multiaxis CNC programming as part of the company’s Training Professor Video Series.
The new learn at your own pace training DVD offers a comprehensive solution to learning the intricacies of multiaxis machine programming. Easy to follow video and written tutorials cover everything from setting up a job with CAM wizards and Dynamic Machining Strategies to optimizing multiaxis CNC programming with advanced machining strategies and simulation.
“Shops that machine multiaxis jobs know how important it is to have confidence in their programming before the chips start flying,” explains Walter Czyrsky, Technical Director at BobCAD-CAM. “The more movement you have, the greater the risk of collisions, gouges, and other programming errors. As with anything, training is key. Besides the obvious educational value, one of the best parts about the DVDs is being able to reference them over and over again, whenever and wherever. It adds that confidence you need, eliminates the guesswork, and keeps everything moving smoothly.”
The new multiaxis CAD-CAM training DVD includes detailed how-to instruction for the company’s new BobCAD-CAM Version 28 multiaxis CNC software. Also included is a digital PDF workbook that provides step-by-step instruction and corresponding CAD files that can be used alongside the tutorials.
BobCAD-CAM clients that have already made the switch to the new version have a bevy of new multiaxis programming tools at their disposal. This includes new multiaxis drilling options, custom milling tool shapes, enhanced toolpath capabilities, and many others that are covered in the new V28 multiaxis training DVDs.
The new Multiaxis Training Professor Video Series is available now on www.BobCAD.com. Other available training solutions include DVDs for the company’s CAD, Mill, Lathe, and new Mill Turn CNC programming software. BobCAD-CAM also hosts weekly training seminars in cities all over the United States and offers onsite, in-house, and online training solutions. Learn more at BobCAD.com.
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