CAMplete releases TurnMill V9 with added enhancements

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CAMplete has announced that the newest release of CAMplete TurnMill, is now available.

Dedicated exclusively to Nakamura-Tome’s line of turning centres, TurnMill V9 includes enhancements to 3D rendering, simulation improvements, and additional post processing support.

TurnMill is sold and supported in the US through Methods Machine Tools and Multiaxis, in Canada through Elliott Matsuura, and in the UK and Ireland through the Engineering Technology Group.

CAMplete TurnMill is a seamless environment that allows you to combine output from all of your CAM systems to create multi-tasking programs that are verified and ready to run on your machine. TurnMill’s sophisticated, yet easy-to-use software suite offers users everything needed to simulate and verify your complex programs in an intuitive 3D environment.

“With over a decade of customer feedback and real-world testing, TurnMill V9 takes multitasking machining to the next level. With on demand e-learning tools and support, customers can stay ahead of the competition,” stated Multiaxis’ chief executive officer Mike Kaminski.

CAMplete’s chief technology officer, Paul Hoskins added: “TurnMill V9 will make getting good parts even easier than before for our customers. With every release we aim to help our users get the most out of their investment. We can’t wait to see what our customers will make next.”


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