Mastercam Online Training
Mill 2D, Solids, FBM and also Lathe
Mastercam training, through the course we offer, will step you through learning how to use the design portion CAD. The purpose of this is to design items in either 2D Wireframe or in Solids. These features are used to help make a part seem realistic in a virtual world. The wide variety of uses within Mastercam is to draw a simple 2D drawing to a more complex part. Once you complete the design portion, you will learn the CAM portion. Here you will learn how to setup the stock and select tools to machine the part. In conclusion, you will earn how to verify the process.
Mastercam training has been broken down into several sections - 2D Mill, Solids, FBM and Lathe. Starting with the 2D Mill and working through all the different sections will help advance your knowledge in Mastercam.
Mastercam training in Mill 2D, Solids will help in building your knowledge base.
Learning this software, you start with the Mastercam Mill 2D Geometry. This course will take you through the design phase of creating eight 2D parts. Then, you go through with setup stock and tool each part, backplot, and verify the part. The next course will be Mastercam Solids . This course takes several of the parts created in the 2D course and teaches you how to turn them into a Solid part.
Mastercam training in Mill FBM will help in building your knowledge base.
Learning Mastercam FBM is Feature Based Machining. First of all, you can use features on the solid parts to have Mastercam tool up your part for you after setting up the FBM properly. In addition, the FBM has a feature which will drill and/ or mill your part with little effort. The instructor will be guide you through the FBM by using several of the the Solid parts you created in solids. The student is taught how to set up the FBM to have it tool up their part after they have completed the setup.
Mastercam training in Lathe will help in building your knowledge base.
The Mastercam Lathe course is designed to get you started to learn how to create several 2D geometry parts. This will take you through the design phase of creating five 2D line drawn parts. Then, it will walk you through on how to stock setup, tool the parts to backplot, and then verify the part was machined as you intended. This course also goes into how to setup the Mastercam environment to work correctly when you are working on the lathe parts. Mastercam, by default, is setup for the mill. If not setup properly, you will have problems when you try to machine your part in the wrong environment.