Efficiency and flexibility for turning operations

hyperMILL® MILL-TURN Machining offers easy-to-program CAM strategies for simultaneous roughing and finishing.

Simultaneous machining further boosts the mill-turning efficiency of machines with a swivel head on the third axis. Complex work­piece geometries can be machined in a single operation by simultaneously adapting the approach angle during turning.

Simultaneous turning programmed with ease

Two special strategies for simultaneous roughing and finishing make programming both simple and reliable. Here, synchronization lines are used to control the movement of the third axis. The simultaneous movement of the third axis is calculated automatically between the synchronization lines.

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hyperMILL® MILL-TURN: 3-axis Simultaneous Turning
hyperMILL® MILL-TURN: 3-axis Simultaneous Finishing
hyperMILL® MILL-TURN: 3-axis Simultaneous Turning

hyperMILL® MILL-TURN provides 3-axis Simultaneous Turning strategies for finishing and even roughing. The innovative aspect of using a third axis during roughing offers some important advantages like more flexibility and optimal tool utilization.

hyperMILL® MILL-TURN: 3-axis Simultaneous Finishing

hyperMILL® MILL-TURN Machining in action! This video shows 3-axis Simultaneous Finishing of a part at a workshop with Tongtai Machine Tool Co. in Taiwan.

 

Features

  • Process complex contours in a single operation
  • Optimal tool utilization
  • Increased tool life
  • Fewer tool changes
  • Easy to program
  • For machines with a swivel head on the third axis
  • Fully checked for collisions

Strategies: 3‑axis Simultaneous Turning

3‑axis Simultaneous Roughing

The innovative approach, which involves using a simultaneous third axis during roughing, offers the user many benefits. The flexible tool ori­en­ta­tion ensures that the insert is optimally utilized and also helps to extend the tool life.

3‑axis Simultaneous Finishing

The simultaneous movement of the third axis allows complex contours to be finished in a single operation. This means that tool changes that were previously required due to limited access or under­cut can be avoided.

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