Mastercam shuyan February 14, 2022

Mastercam for SolidWorks

The Best of Both Worlds

Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS® combines the world’s leading modelling software with the world’s most widely used CAM software

Design parts and drive your router, mill, or lathe, with ease and precision for 2D, 3D, and multiaxis machining.

With Mastercam toolpaths integrated directly within the SOLIDWORKS environment, the toolpaths are applied directly to the part or assembly. Intelligent use of design tables and multiple configurations makes working with families of parts easy

Mastercam’s active Stock Model, Toolpath Verification, and Simulation mean increased confidence in every project. Tool library support, including CoroPlus® and MachiningCloud, helps you make tooling decisions fast.

Flexible and expandable.

Once you’ve programmed a part, no matter how complex, you can modify any element of the job, and immediately get updated toolpaths. You can also build a library of your favourite machining strategies, apply them to a part, and Mastercam helps adapt them to the new model. Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS is a fully integrated SOLIDWORKS Certified Gold Product. SOLIDWORKS users gain all of the programming benefits of Mastercam for streamlined productivity. Fast, easy, and accurate — the way manufacturing should be!

2D Machining

Serious 2D capability.

From simple to complex, Mastercam Mill’s 2D machining capability delivers the tools you need to compete.

Feature Based Machining (FBM) automatically programs prismatic solid features like drill holes, contours, and pockets.

Easy, automated, flexible hole making.

Precision chip control for a wide set of tools, plus specialised tool support including ISCAR®’s High-Efficiency Machining (HEM) toolset and more.

3D Machining
Our finish is more finished.

Mastercam provides unsurpassed control on surface cuts, delivering superior finishes and optimised cycle times.

Mastercam’s Dynamic Motion technology powers dramatically efficient roughing.

Constant scallop machining maintains a consistent finish on sloped and flat surfaces.

Constant-Z rest milling (remachining) identifies machines areas needing a smaller tool.

Hybrid finishing creates a single toolpath that changes cut methods as the slope changes.

Pencil tracing walks a tool along the intersection of surfaces to clean out hard-to-reach areas.