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    wondering

    Is it possible to model up a solid in ezcam?

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    Re: wondering

    Are you currently using ezcam? We use it in our shop for milling. I would recommend fusion 360 for low budget solid modeling. Very powerful for the price!
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    Re: wondering

    Yes I am using ezcam...trying to figure out how the solid modeling works.

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    I would definitely reach out to Chris L. of Ezcam who should be able to answer those questions. We have never attempted to model with the software.
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    Re: wondering

    "Is it possible to model up a solid in ezcam?"

    No, you can only create surfaces in EZ-Cam.

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    EZ-CAM is now partnered with AlibreCAD for all solid modeling. There is a news letter on their website. Here is part of that letter: Our developers co-operated on establishing a flawless link which provides direct model transfer from Alibre as well as updating and tracking changes in the 3D model to update the toolpaths in EZ-CAM automatically.

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