NEW FEATURE: SprutCAM recently added the painting selection feature. This allows you to easily select multiple faces…
You may find yourself working with helix stock, or any shape stock for that matter, and unable to replicate it in SprutCAM. Well, there is a way to do it by…
While teaching SprutCAM, as part of the Tormach CNC Fundamentals class and the SprutCAM Training class, one of the most common questions that pops up when learning CAM is regarding basic workflow.
Most SprutCAM users choose their job assignment by selecting a face of a hole and choosing center. There is another way to achieve this by setting up your job assignment using Hole Creation.
Here are a couple cheat sheets to help you while programming. Information includes, G-Codes, machining practices, as well as speeds and feeds formulas.
We often get questions regarding the tool table and its creation. This Quick Tip contains step-by-step instructions on how to create one and points out some basic principles of the library.
As a follow up to our previous blog post, SprutCAM also gives you the ability to quickly create and program a text string to engrave on a cylinder without needing to import a 3D model or .dxf file.
SprutCAM gives you the ability to quickly create and program a text string to engrave on you part without needing to import a 3D model or .dxf file. It also allows for very fast and easy changes. Once the toolpath is created you can edit the text, and the toolpath will automatically update.
One of the most useful operations is also the most underused. The finishing morph operation generates toolpaths between two curves, using sync lines to improve the toolpath.
This quick tip will demonstrate how to set toolpath templates in SprutCAM 9.