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Efficient 3D machining for simple and complex components

hyperMILL® CAM software offers powerful and precise functions for 3D milling. Simple and also complex components can be manufactured with high-quality surfaces both quickly and reliably

Numerous strategies for roughing and finishing ensure efficient 3D machining. The toolpaths are always calculated with the aim of achieving optimised manufacturing times. An example of this is the avoidance of unnecessary rapid movements and redundant movements.

Even more performance

The high-performance cutting (HPC) functions in hyperMILL® MAXX Machining help to further improve performance, particularly during roughing. And, the functions for high-speed cutting (HSC) milling also satisfy the highest demands for precision, surface quality, tool life and machine dynamics. Gentle infeed movements, spiral approach movements and rounded corners all contribute to achieving high feedrates.

Thanks to its comprehensive automation solutions, hyperMILL® also offers enormous potential for savings in the area of 3D programming.

Strategies for 3D milling

  • Arbitrary Stock Roughing

  • Profile Finishing

  • Z Level Shape Finishing

  • ISO Machining

  • 3D-optimised Roughing

  • Z Level Finishing

  • Free Path Milling

  • Plane Machining

  • Plunge Roughing

  • Complete Finishing

  • Equidistant Finishing

  • Form Pocket

  • Pencil Milling

  • Automatic Rest Machining

  • Rework Machining

  • Curve Flow Machining

  • Rib and Groove Machining

  • Probing

3D Plane Machining

With 3D plane machining the user can program single or multiple planar surfaces quickly and fully collision checked. All planar surfaces are detected automatically using a boundary. It is also possible to define the milling areas manually via surface selection. In order to machine planar surfaces as quickly as possible, an efficient pocket strategy is used.

Benefits of 3D milling strategies

  • Simple and complex parts are machined highly efficiently

  • Collision-checked, precise toolpaths

  • Detailed simulation

  • HSC- and HPC-optimised toolpaths for increased performance

  • Optimal approach and retract strategies for all cycles

  • Simple and fast programming with Customised Process Features (CPF)