SprutCAM 14.0.4.165 Released for CNC Machines Programming

SprutCAM 14.0.4.165 Released for CNC Machines Programming
0 comments, 03/09/2020, by , in CAM, News

NABEREZHNYE CHELNY, Russia, Sep 3, 2020 – SPRUT Technology is pleased to announce the release of an updated version of SprutCAM, Version 14.0.4.165. The new improvements includes;

New “G-code based lathe” operation

 

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For this operation, the NC code in G-codes is used as a job assignment. The text of the NC-code can be written manually in SprutCAM editor or downloaded from third-party programs. You can read more about this operation here: NC code based operation.

 

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Now  users can load NC code for lathes into SprutCAM.

Barrel mill – a new type of milling tool

 

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We have added 3 more types of milling cutters to the relief cut group. There are currently 11 types of cutters in this group: Dovetail, Groove cutter, Ball cutter, Double corner tool, Round groove cutter, Pointed chamfer cutter, Rounded chamfer cutter, Chamfer cutter with indexable inserts, Barrel Mill: Barrel Mill, Taper Barrel Mill, Lens Barrel Mill.

 

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Bug fixes

In this release, our programmers have solved the compatibility issue of ATI Radeon video cards, which led to incorrect behavior of the graphics subsystem, problems with object selection, etc.

Also:

  1. Your projects in SprutCAM now load even faster.
  2. Fixed integration module with Compass V19.
  3. Fixed an issue when importing 3D models from Rhinoceros.
  4. Fixed bug when working with 3D Mouse.
  5. Improved work with the robot axis map.
  6. Fixed the appearance of a singularity when machining a robot with a rotary table.
  7. Fixed errors with the coordinate system of the part.
  8. Fixed a visual bug with the direction of rotation of the lathe spindle.

About SPRUT Technology

The SPRUT Technology team has been working on CAM software development since 1987. SPRUT Technology reinforces its commitment to technical excellence by dedicating nearly 25 percent of its annual revenue to ongoing research and product development. This long-term focus has produced powerful technological innovations that have placed SprutCAM in an industry-leading position since its market launch in 1997.

SPRUT Technology maintains its worldwide headquarters and product development teams in Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia. Sales and support operations are located in Asia, Africa, North and South America, Europe, and Australia.For more information, visit https://sprutcam.com.

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