Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS combines the world’s leading modeling software with the world’s most widely used CAM software so you can program parts directly in SOLIDWORKS, using toolpaths and machining strategies preferred the most by shops around the world. SOLIDWORKS users will feel at ease with the Mastercam machining tree, which delivers quick access to any point in the machining process. Mastercam users will recognize the shop-tested parameter screens and options which they are already familiar with.
As a Certified Gold Partner product, Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS delivers the absolute best in tight, powerful CAD/CAM integration.
Ultimately flexible and expandable.
Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS’ comprehensive suite of toolpaths and functions means there’s always more than one way to get the job done. Once you program a part, no matter how complex, you can modify any element of the job, and immediately get updated toolpaths without starting over. You can also build a library of your favorite machining strategies. Choose any of your saved operations, apply them to a part, and Mastercam helps adapt them to the new model. Because Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS is a fully integrated gold partner, it’s fast, easy, and productive. The way programming should be.
Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS’ fully associative toolpaths let you efficiently make changes without slowing down. Updated Stock Modeling, Toolpath Verification, and Simulation features provide increased confidence on every project. The new Tool Manager delivers a fast, efficient way to create and organize your tooling assemblies.
You can choose to buy Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS alone, or you can purchase a standalone license of Mastercam Mill or Mastercam Lathe and have the option of also running the corresponding version of Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS.
Gold Partner integration with SOLIDWORKS®.
Toolpath in Part or Assemblies as well as multiple configurations within each.
2D, 3D, 5 axis milling, and Lathe turning.
Part files are compatible back with standard Mastercam.
Solid-model cut verification and machine simulation.