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Swiss machining software allows you to program your multi-axis and sliding headstock Swiss lathes easily. Swiss CAM software such as Autodesk PartMaker® (included in Fusion 360 with FeatureCAM) can produce CNC programs that drive main and sub-spindle machining operations. These can be used for turning, indexed and interpolated C-axis milling, Y-axis, and B-axis milling.
Swiss machining software helps you quickly produce small, accurate parts through synchronous cutting on Swiss and multi-axis lathes. Visual synchronization in Autodesk PartMaker allows NC code to be created and optimized to maximize machine productivity.
Post-processors allow CNC code to be exported to suit the unique capabilities of your specific machine tool. Autodesk PartMaker includes a library of proven, configurable post-processors for Swiss and multi-axis lathes. Customize the NC output to suit your application with easy to use post-processor edits.
Verify and visualize your Swiss machining process with a digital twin of your specific lathe. Autodesk PartMaker includes machine simulation and collision checking of Swiss and multi-axis lathes from major machine manufacturers, including twin-spindle multi-toolpost machines.
Gain focused Swiss strategies for precision machining.
Help increase productivity by reducing cycle times.
Program a wide range of Swiss and multi-axis lathes.
Simplify the production of multi-channel machining code.
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Choosing a software provider for Swiss and production machining is a decision that can deliver huge benefits. Speak to the Autodesk team of advanced manufacturing specialists to learn how Autodesk solutions can help your business.
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