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    Any way to perform a boring profile pass with Easycam express turn V 1.5?

    Hi all, I'm trying to get a finish pass at the radiused bottom of a hole with my Easy cam program.
    Any one here ever do this? Any help would be appreciated.

    Claude

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    Re: Any way to perform a boring profile pass with Easycam express turn V 1.5?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nastyzen View Post
    Hi all, I'm trying to get a finish pass at the radiused bottom of a hole with my Easy cam program.
    Any one here ever do this? Any help would be appreciated.

    Claude
    Claude I just got ez-cam a few months ago and have found Chris to be great at support, you might want to shoot him off a email. or just pull out the numbers from the cad and hand code it,, I have never found a cam program that does 100% of what I want and a lot of times have to past in the code I need by hand.

    Duffy

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    Claude,

    A new profile is exactly what you need. Just make sure you have the "Offset Dir" set to left.

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