Testimonials

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…my impressions of VisualMill:
1) Clean, well-designed and well-organized menu structure.
2) Impressive graphics, especially in the simulation.
3) Above average calculation speed, both for toolpath, and for simulation.
4) Easily understandable icons. Well designed and implemented icons, not cryptic at all.

John Lombaerde, Canada

We do everything in Rhino! What we love is that it provides us a seamless operation platform. Often when transitioning from one CAD system to another there is unnecessary data that gets carried over. This complicates the design process by introducing additional work. We can model designs in RhinoCAD, with the assurance of knowing that there will not be a problem in RhinoCAM. Everything is done right the first time!

Anthony Pelosi
CNC Lead / Paul Bernhard Exhibit Design and Consulting “Being so “visual” in the way that RhinoCAM presents the job, is where I’ve found it very easy to learn myself. To be able to visually see your setup, stock material, and operations in relation to the part is very helpful. The ease of use and step by step approach to the user interface walks you through the process of generating toolpath.” —- Greg White, Advanced Robotic Technology

Being so “visual” in the way that RhinoCAM presents the job, is where I’ve found it very easy to learn myself. To be able to visually see your setup, stock material, and operations in relation to the part is very helpful. The ease of use and step by step approach to the user interface walks you through the process of generating toolpath.

Greg White
Advanced Robotic Technology

RhinoCAM is exceptional in many ways. The cut material simulation is exceptionally helpful for students to see and understand tool motions. I also like that RhinoCAM comes with a standard tool library and knowledge base that I can customize with the tools and feeds/speeds we use most often here in the shop.

Frank Parker
Graduate Student, GIS & Architecture / SDSU - South Dakota State University

One of the concepts we teach students in the use of digital fabrication is the difference between the 3D model and the resulting part that comes off the CNC machine. During this hands-on process, the students learn both the limitations and the benefits of the technology.

Jessica Garcia Fritz
Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture / SDSU - South Dakota State University
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