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The five-axis machine is one of the most heavily scheduled pieces of equipment in the building because of it exceptional productivity. Optimax also has another CNC machining center that was designed especially for 3+2 machining. Multiple 3D machining operations for 3+2 machining can be programmed rapidly by quickly selecting tool orientations using Master- cam’s WCS (Work Coordinate System).


Optimax is eager for its CAM partner to pursue lines of development that are particularly advantageous for manu- facturing lenses on standard production equipment. Gould is impressed by how closely Mastercam listens to requests for additional functionality. There have been a number of times when he and others at the company have met with reseller Optipro Systems to review desired features impact- ing optical manufacturing precision and productivity. In time, unique features much like those described appear in subsequent versions of the software. While Optimax is developing advanced optics that will be mainstream in five


Aspheric optics have one or more surfaces that have a non-linear radius of curvature, but they have at least one axis along which they are symmetrical. One aspheric lens can take the place of three lenses in conventional applications in aerospace, defense, medical devices, lithography, and biomedical industries.


years, Mastercam is at work developing CAM software tools that will allow them to be manufactured more efficiently. ME


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