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Please join me in thanking Robert Grzesek, founder of GRZSoftware and author of MeshCAM for this guest post on the fundamentals of 3D toolpaths in CAM. Robert’s forte, aside from creating wonderful software like MeshCAM, is making very complex topics easy to understand. In fact, that’s one of the great strengths of his software too. He’s gone out of his way to create super simple user interfaces that ensure his users succeed in their CNC projects. If you’ve never tried MeshCAM, give it a shot. His first guest post, How to Choose a Stepover, was on our most popular list for weeks and I expect this one will be too.
3D vs Prismatic Parts…
I’ve added Robert’s full post to the Cookbook, so be sure to check out 3D CAM Toolpath Fundamentals by clicking the link or the image above.