It is no secret that i am trying to make my software fit the broadest possible group of people.
And while my much-respected hobby customers is a big deal for me, industrial machining is where HSMAdvisor really shines.
Recently a PracticalMachinist forum member Atomkinder posted a video of him machining something on his 1997 Fadal VMC.
Here is what he had to say:
This isn't particularly special, but it is a 1997 Fadal VMC2216 box way machine. Removed a whole tool and something like 40% of the cycle time from the second operation of this part.
And here is the link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHN5z4EKODQ
40% of the cycle time. Aint bad, is it?
In industrial settings, with such great savings HSMAdvisor may very well pay for itself within a day or less!