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post Sep 19 2009, 01:35 PM
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There is some correllation between SprutCAM and Windows.

Windows XP was excellent and SprutCAM 4.0 was fine.
Windows Vista has brought many technical innovations while SprutCAM 2007 has introduced seamless turn-milling environment.
Nobody likes Windows Vista and nobody likes SprutCAM 2007.

Now Windows 7 is coming up and SprutCAM 7 is released.
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post Sep 20 2009, 02:54 PM
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Nobody likes SprutCAM 2007? It seems much better than SC 4 to me. Am I the only one to think so?

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post Sep 20 2009, 04:19 PM
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QUOTE (Mike Henry @ Sep 20 2009, 06:54 PM) *
Nobody likes SprutCAM 2007? It seems much better than SC 4 to me. Am I the only one to think so?

Mike


Windows Vista is also much better than XP, but it has many shortcomings that make it worse than the previous version.
The same situation is with SprutCAM 2007. It is much better than SC 4 for many users who benefit from turning, multiaxis milling,
machine simulation etc. But many users of the SC4 who used it for mold and die and conventional 3d milling hate SprutCAM 2007
for its slow machining result calculation, slow rest milling etc.

SprutCAM v7 will deal with all of this issues and in such a way it will be much better than SC4 and SC2007 for all customers.
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