Any 3D machining strategy can be controlled by specifying either the surface-slope angle to be machined or the machining boundary. In addition, the module includes a set of boundary creation tools, including silhouette boundaries, cutter contact area boundaries, shallow boundaries, theoretical rest area boundaries, rest area boundaries and user-defined boundaries. The module features roughing strategies such as contour, core and rest roughing, and its finishing strategies include constant-Z machining, horizontal machining, linear machining, radial machining and others.
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