Re: 3d to g-code

Or you could just use a CAD/CAM system I suppose ....
> Crossposted to comp.cad.solidworks
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I used Mastercam to design with for many years. It got me by, but it's not
the best solution.
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Dave Lyon
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Cliff's referring to U.G., he's always referring to U.G. He thinks that it's the solution to everyones CAD/CAM needs regardless of qualifying criteria. I think he must own stock in the company.
It's a very good comprehensive CAD/CAM system, but seems to be used mostly by large aerospace, and automotive companies. In my 25 years in automation, and medical, I think I've had to work with two or three native U.G. files.
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