With hyperMILL, both simple and complex geometries can be programmed efficiently. Workpieces can be completely machined in a single setup thanks to the broad range of machining strategies. The advantages: continuous and more efficient processes, reduced processing times and higher reliability.
In addition, hyperMILL offers several options for automated programming, reducing machine cycle times and optimising processes. Examples of this include sophisticated feature and macro technology, automated functions such as mirroring and transforming, functions that minimise auxiliary processing times such as job linking or production mode, and fully automated collision checking and avoidance.
hyperMILL offers a broad array of options for CAD programming that utilise CAD geometry information (features) in a way that significantly reduces programming times. In addition to assigned geometries, features also include information relevant to machining, such as orientation, surface, depth or starting point. These are defined once and can then be assigned to the machining strategy. If the geometry or stored technology parameters are changed in the middle of a process, the changes need only be made in the feature. They are accounted for automatically when a new calculation is performed.