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12400 Rs

20 Days

Introduction of Mastercam

Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software is being introduced under Mastercam. Mastercam offers solutions for the manufacturing of components that are both complex and precise. It is the CAM software that has been used by the majority of the leading manufacturers in the automotive and aerospace industries, making it the most widely used software in the world. Mastercam has been utilised in the designing process as well as the programming of CNC machines. Mastercam generates G code and M code. Mastercam is a piece of software used for various CNC machine programming tasks, assisting users in producing mechanical drawings and 3D models.

Scope of Course

Students will investigate the functions of the tools, workflow processes, and critical aspects covered in this course. The Lathe and Multi-axis Configurations for Manufacturing topics can be covered in the Mastercam course. In addition to this, you will be able to

  • Make use of the Mastercam 2021 interface for an overall view.

  • Handle basic commands in the appropriate manner.

  • Creating NC codes

  • Create a 2D wireframe and a 3D model

  • Roughing and Finishing (2D and 3D Milling).

  • Analyze various types to assess parts and moulds.

Career Prospects / Job Roles after Mastercam

Mastercam's most advanced CAM software addresses challenging productivity demands in various industries, ranging from aerospace and automotive to education and energy. For the following reasons, anyone with experience using Mastercam has a better chance of finding work quickly:

  • Machine Operator / Machinist

  • Instrumentation and Tool Room Engineer

  • Production Manager / Supervisor

  • Foreman / Technician

Syllabus for Mastercam Courses in Hyderabad

Session - 1

Manufacturing process

Manufacturing concepts

Manufacturing types

CNC machines

NC codes

Activity1: Study & document various conventional and nonconventional manufacturing process

Session - 2

Mastercam fundamentals

Features of Mastercam

GUI of Mastercam

Creating geometries

Creating 2D profile

Session - 3

Creating/Importing 3D models

Session - 4

Milling - 2D:

Hole making

Activity2: Study and document the different parameters control the milling operations in CNC machines

Session - 5

Milling - 2D

Creating counter mill

Creating drill

Creating pockets

Creating area

Creating slot mill

Session - 6

Milling - 2D

Creating engrave mill

Creating sweep milling

Creating revolved cut

Creating lofted cut

Creating ruled cut

Session - 7

Milling - 2D

Creating dynamic mill

Creating dynamic face mill

Creating dynamic counter mill

Activity3: Difference tools used in milling

Session - 8

Milling 3D




Area rough

Session - 9

Milling 3D


Finishing using waterline

Finishing using scallop

Session - 10

Milling 3D

Hybrid finishing

Raster finishing

FAQs on Mastercam Course

What is Mastercam?

Answer: Mastercam is a computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software package designed to help users create and program CNC parts. It is one of the most widely used CAD/CAM systems in the world.

What platforms does Mastercam run on?

Answer: Mastercam runs on Windows 7 and Windows 10 operating systems.

Can I use Mastercam for 2D and 3D work?

Answer: Yes, Mastercam is capable of both 2D and 3D programming.

What type of files can Mastercam open?

Answer: Mastercam can open .dwg, .dxf, .igs, .stp, and .stl files.

Does Mastercam have a free trial?

Answer: Yes, Mastercam offers a free 30-day trial of its software.

How much does Mastercam cost?

Answer: The cost of Mastercam varies depending on the version and number of licenses purchased.

Does Mastercam have any add-ons or plug-ins?

Answer: Yes, there are several add-ons and plug-ins available with Mastercam. These include Mastercam X-Tools, Advanced Turning and Dynamic Milling, as well as the Mastercam Solids Modeling package. You can check out the full list of plug-ins and add-ons available at the Mastercam website.

What types of CAD files can I open in Mastercam?

Answer: Mastercam can open a variety of CAD files, including .dxf, .iges, .stl, .ipt, .step, and .sldprt.

Is there a student version of Mastercam?

Answer: Yes, there is a student version of Mastercam available. The student version is limited in its functionality but still allows students to learn the basics of the software and gain valuable experience.

What is the difference between Mastercam and Mastercam X?

Answer: Mastercam X is the latest version of the software, which includes many new features and enhancements. Mastercam is the previous version, which will still work with all existing CAD files but may be missing some of the newer features.

Your Instructor

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

Meet our experienced Mechanical CAD instructor, with over 8 years of industry experience in the field of Mechanical Design Engineering. With a background in both theoretical and practical applications of CAD software, our instructor is well-versed in all aspects of mechanical design, including 3D modeling, assembly, and analysis. Throughout their career, they have honed their skills in various CAD programs, including Solidworks, AutoCAD, Catia, and NX, just to name a few.

If you're looking for an experienced instructor to help you achieve your goals in the field of Mechanical CAD, look no further. Our instructor is committed to providing you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the competitive world of Mechanical Design Engineering.

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

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