master cam is shit for designing but if your using it to create tool paths its pretty bad ass. any tutorials i found were pretty shit your best bet is to just dick around with it for a bit thats how i figured it out trial and error
I would just experiment around in different views. Ive used this for a while, but moved onto mc 5 and other programs for 5 axis machining. Your best bet is to pick toolpaths and learn about facing the top, milling, drilling, ext. Get used to peck drill cycles and how you can manage a tool library. Also get used to making the objest solid.
You can actually preview the maching process and you can see if a tool crashes into the part.
-Hope this helps. Practice all shapes!
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