The World's Fastest Industrial 3D Printer

Quickly and easily program parts

Using volumill, you’ll never worry about over-engaging cutting tools or work-hardening materials. VoluMill’s unique patented technology makes programming simple by automatically controlling material removal rates regardless of geometry or it’s complexity. Built-in to VoluMill are all of the latest rough-milling strategies which are automatically applied when suitable and advantageous. VoluMill’s unique smartpath-engine eliminates the need for guessing or having to make complex mathematical calculations. A combination of controlled material removal and industry best-practices are automatically applied.

When speed and quality matter, Nexa3D delivers – every time!

Let your machine-tools and cutting-tools perform as they were intended to

volumill allows programmers to use the most appropriate cutting styles and optimum feeds and speeds. This is possible because VoluMill produces toolpaths that contain no abrupt changes in direction or to the volume of material encountered; the load on the cutting tools and spindle never exceeds user-programed limits. Consequently, machines run smoothly and tools run cooler, even at much higher speeds and feeds, extending tool and machine life.

Because it works

VoluMill improves the way that tools cut their way through material, using high-speed continuous tangent motion rather than sharp, interrupted movements.

Proven Results

VoluMill is the fastest, most cost effective method of bulk-material removal for all non-finishing milling operations.

Any Part

VoluMill is perfect for the airframe, automotive, mold & die, medical, machinery component, and consumer-products markets, for all roughing needs on free-form or prismatic parts.

Any Material

VoluMill's constant material removal rates enable machine tools and cutting tools to operate under ideal milling conditions throughout, regardless of a part's shape or complexity.

“Manufacturers are improving machining performance 50 to 300 percent without the need to make changes to existing equipment and infrastructure. Thousands of manufacturers worldwide have transformed their machine shops into highly cost-efficient operations, enabling them to successfully compete in world markets – many for the first time in decades. ”
Jim McMahon

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