Mastercam Basics. | Tom Stikkelman | Skillshare
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19 Videos (1h 55m)
    • STARTING WITH MASTERCAM

      6:45
    • MANAGING LEVELS

      6:55
    • WORKING WITH CONSTRUCTION PLANES

      9:14
    • SOLID EXTRUDE A BASIC SHAPE

      3:37
    • EXTRUDING HOLES AND FILLETS

      4:32
    • EXTRUDING CHAMFERS AND POCKET

      3:41
    • EXTRUDING BOSSES

      2:05
    • FRONT AND REAR POCKETS

      4:01
    • GEOMETRY FOR LATHE OPERATIONS

      11:08
    • STARTING A LATHE OPERATION

      4:48
    • ROUGH TURN THE OD

      6:14
    • FINISH FACING THE PART

      3:10
    • FINISH OD AND CUTOFF

      4:32
    • POST PROCESSING THE PROGRAM

      1:23
    • STARTING A MILL OPERATION

      5:56
    • FACE MILLING TOP OF STOCK

      6:08
    • ROUGH MILLING THE OUTSIDE SHAPE

      9:08
    • FINISH OUTSIDE AND POSTING THE PROGRAM

      4:40
    • THREADING IN MCAM

      17:10

About This Class

Hello my name is Tom Stikkelman and welcome to my course Mastercam Basics.

This course covers the basics of creating 2D and 3D wire frame geometry, solid modeling, creating turning operations and milling operations.

By the end of this course you will be able to;

  • Draw 2-dimensional geometry and solid models that can be used for milling and turning.
  • Manage levels to show and hide geometry.
  • Use construction planes for 3-dimensional drawing.
  • Create milling operations.
  • Create turning operations.

The version of Mastercam used in this course is X7. 

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Tom Stikkelman

CNC programmer and machinist

My name is Tom Stikkelman and after graduating high school in Amsterdam, Holland I emigrated to Los Angeles, California where I joined and served in the U.S.Marine Corps for four years. After completing my military career, I started my machinist apprenticeship in the aerospace manufacturing industry and worked on very large aircraft parts such as landing gear, wing sections for the B-2 bomber and bulkheads used for structural support on airplanes. In 1992 I moved to Memphis Tennessee and sta...

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