Autodesk Powermill 2020.2.2 Update

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Autodesk Powermill 2020.2.2 Update

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The Autodesk NC CAM team has launched the new release PowerMill 2020.2.2. The last release of PowerMill represents a significant shift in development in recent years – with a clear focus on usability, reliability, and speed.

- Fixed an issue where the tool overhang could unexpectedly revert to zero length, leading to gouges.
- Fixed an issue that caused drilling segments to lose their simulated orientation vector and make the toolpath 5 axis when a project was saved and reloaded.
- Fixed an issue that led to the simulated orientation vectors not being set on the last point of toolpaths, sometimes resulting in 3+2 toolpaths becoming 5 axis.
- Fixed an issue that could result in collisions remaining in toolpaths calculated with automatic collision avoidance. PMILL-13119
- .pmlprjz project archive files can now be imported by dragging and dropping them onto the PowerMill graphics window.
- Fixed an issue that caused some text to display incorrectly when using PowerMill in a display language other than English.
- Fixed an issue introduced in PowerMill 2020.0.1 security fix that stopped printing from working correctly.
- Fixed an issue where hole feature sets in the Explorer tree would stop being displayed in bold.
Customer error reporting (CER)
- Fixed an issue that caused PowerMill to occasionally close unexpectedly while performing multithreaded calculation of 2D Curve Profile toolpaths. This issue was identified by CER.
- Fixed an issue that could cause PowerMill to close unexpectedly while loading a project. This issue was identified by CER
- Fixed an issue that could cause PowerMill to close unexpectedly when verifying or simulating toolpaths with the Use Simulated Orientations option enabled. This issue was identified by CER.
- Fixed an issue that could cause PowerMill to close unexpectedly while calculating a multi-axis drilling toolpath when a previous toolpath had used the fit arcs point distribution. This issue was identified by CER.
- Fixed a potential vulnerability issue.

Autodesk Powermill 2020.2.2 Update

PowerMill is Autodesk’s CAM solution for high-speed and five-axis machining. It offers a comprehensive range of strategies and powerful editing tools to ensure efficient, safe and accurate machining, especially for companies that are using sophisticated CNC machine tools to produce complex shapes in challenging materials. PowerMill is used in a wide range of industries but is particularly successful in mold, tool and die, complex aerospace and automotive applications.

The release of PowerMill 2020 represents a significant shift in development in recent years – with a clear focus on usability, reliability, and speed.

The previous releases of PowerMill have seen significant improvements in terms of robustness and safety. Technology such as collision avoidance using automatic tool-axis tilting makes it easier for CAM programmers to create safe NC code that can be run on their CNC machines. Autodesk’s pursuit of safe, collision-free toolpaths has resulted in the introduction of additional safety checks within the core PowerMill algorithm. These safety checks are a good thing – but they do carry a processing overhead which can have an impact on overall calculation time.

In direct response to feedback from customers and internal users, the Autodesk PowerMill team re-focused its development muscle on outright performance (speed).

Watch this selection of videos to see the latest enhancements to Autodesk PowerMill. The 2020 release offers significant speed improvements to toolpath calculation, simulation, and verification, plus enhanced leads and links, uphill corner finishing and a new model filleting option for Optimized Constant Z and Steep and Shallow Finishing.

Speed Improvements - PowerMill 2020

Multi-Threaded Leads and Links - PowerMill 2020

Uphill Corner Finishing - PowerMill 2020

Model Filleting - PowerMill 2020

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Product: Autodesk PowerMill
Version: Ultimate 2020.2.2 Update Only
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page :
Language: multilanguage
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Software Prerequisites: Autodesk PowerMill 2020 or above
Size: 257.9 mb

Operating System
- Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
- Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (64-bit)

CPU Type Multiple core 64-bit processor, such as AMD Phenom II or Intel Core i7
Memory 8 GB RAM minimum recommended, 16 GB RAM or more recommended for demanding parts
Graphics Card NVIDIA Quadro, At least 2GB fully OpenGL 2.0 compliant
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1200
Disk Space 160 GB

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