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Mastercam masterclass from ETG

Posted on 11 Apr 2024 and read 521 times
Mastercam masterclass from ETGThe Engineering Technology Group (ETG) will be hosting a Mastercam 2024 workshop event on the 30 May. As part of its ‘Decade of Innovation’ workshop series and its commitment to exceptional customer service and support, ETG will provide a comprehensive one-day event for manufacturers adopting, or interested in adopting Mastercam CAM software technology in their business.

The workshop at ETG Ireland’s base in Newbridge, County Kildare, which will commence at 9.30am and include a Q&AQ session at 2.30pm, will be introduced by ETG software experts Brendan O’Callaghan, Ciaran Fletchmore and Stephen Noke and will feature a guest speaker from Mastercam.

The event will give engineers a chance to network with like-minded manufacturers before the training commences at 10am. The ETG team will then introduce all the latest additions in Mastercam 2024, such as simplified CAD creation, workflow improvements, new options for component models and much more. One feture that will receive special attention is the ‘unify toolpath in multi-axis’ functionality in Mastercam. The latest suite of Mastercam presents a host of new features that will significantly improve programming and machining cycles for customers using multi-axis machine tools.

Following a lunch break, ETG will follow the Mastercam 2024 introduction and toolpath updates for multi-axis machining with a demonstration of the latest mill/turn features and updates. To register for the event visit the website here.