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Delcam PowerMILL 2012 R2: A 3D CAM Solution for CNC Milling




Delcam PowerMILL is a software that runs on Microsoft Windows for the programming of tool paths for 2 to 5 axis CNC milling machines. It is used in a range of different engineering industries to determine optimal tool paths to reduce time and manufacturing costs as well as reduce tool loads and produce smooth surface finishes. More than 15,000 organisations use PowerMILL worldwide.


The code of PowerMILL originates from the software DUCT, which was developed in 1973 by Donald Welbourn and Ed Lambourne along with the help of Delta Metal Group. DUCT was initially developed with the sponsorship of Control Data in Germany in the form of access to their time-sharing computing resources. The advancement of mini computers from 1982 meant that it became economically viable to design complex 3D shapes using a computer.


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From 1995 to 1998, DUCT was gradually replaced with a new range of products, which covered the full manufacturing cycle from conceptual design through to manufacture. Delcam's Power Solution range of products that built upon the functionality of the DUCT suite, incorporated the latest user interface technology and offered users many new benefits.


PowerMILL 2012 R2 is one of the versions of PowerMILL that was released on March 19, 2012. It has many features and improvements that make it a powerful and versatile 3D CAM solution for CNC milling. Some of the features and improvements are:



  • A new option to create a single spiral toolpath that covers the entire area to be machined. This reduces the number of retracts and improves surface finish.



  • A new option to use a constant scallop height across multiple toolpaths. This ensures a consistent surface quality regardless of the tool size or shape.



  • A new option to automatically adjust the feed rate based on the curvature of the toolpath. This optimizes the machining efficiency and reduces tool wear.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that combines both roughing and finishing strategies. This reduces machining time and simplifies programming.



  • A new option to use a trochoidal strategy for high-speed machining of hard materials. This reduces heat generation and tool deflection.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both open and closed pockets. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and reduces machining time.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both flat and steep areas. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and improves surface finish.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both shallow and deep areas. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and reduces machining time.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both concave and convex areas. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and improves surface finish.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both straight and curved edges. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and reduces machining time.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both internal and external corners. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and improves surface finish.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both positive and negative draft angles. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and reduces machining time.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both smooth and sharp transitions. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and improves surface finish.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both large and small features. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and reduces machining time.



  • A new option to create a single toolpath that machines both simple and complex shapes. This eliminates the need for separate toolpaths and improves surface finish.




PowerMILL 2012 R2 also has many add-ons that enhance its functionality and versatility. Some of the add-ons are:



  • PowerMILL Pro, which includes PS-Exchange, a CAD data translator for all neutral import and export (IGES, VDA, and STEP).



  • PowerMILL 3+2 Machining, which allows a 3 axis milling program to be executed with the cutting tool locked in a tilted position.



  • PowerMILL 4&5 axis machining, which enables the programming of 4 and 5 axis machines.



  • PowerMILL Rotary Axis, which supports machines using a rotary axis.



  • PowerMILL Training Seat/IGES Viewer, which provides a low-cost solution for training and viewing IGES files.



  • PowerMILL Port Machining, which facilitates the machining of tubular apertures.



  • PowerMILL Blade, Blisk & Impeller Machining, which specializes in the machining of blades, blisks, and impellers.



  • PowerMILL Robot Interface, which enables the programming of robotic arms.




In conclusion, PowerMILL 2012 R2 is a 3D CAM solution that offers a wide range of features and improvements for CNC milling. It can handle various types of geometries and machining strategies with ease and efficiency. It also has many add-ons that extend its capabilities and applications. PowerMILL 2012 R2 is a software that can meet the needs and expectations of any CNC milling user.


References:



  • [How to download legacy versions of Delcam PowerMill ... - Autodesk]



  • [PowerMILL - Wikipedia]



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[Delcam - About Us - History - Power Solution](


  • [Power mill 2012_r2 - whats new]



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