Marine

Marine components can include both flat patterns and 3-dimensional organic shapes such as complex planking & jigs, composite and fiberglass layup molds and mechanical marine engine components. The CAM system needs to be capable of tight tolerances when needed and the ability to machine class-A loft and sweep nurbs surfaces for boat hull designs.

  • Ease of Use
  • 2½ Axis nesting & flat bed machining
  • Ability to work with complex solids and surface geometry
  • 3-5 Axis capability for machining organic lofted and swept shapes
  • Mechanical as well as positive and negative mold surface machining

Customer Successes

User Spotlight

Kelsey Britton, Program Manager at the International Yacht Restoration School presents to MecSoft’s Sept 2019 RhinoCAM in Education webinar.

International Yacht Restoration School

IYRS School of Technology & Trades is a non-profit, post-secondary experiential learning school located in Newport, Rhode Island. The school offers education & training programs for craftspeople, artists, fixers, technicians, thinkers, problem-solvers, and creatives! Set on Aquidneck Island, Newport and its yacht-filled harbor hosted the America’s Cup, a renowned annual sailing regatta, for many years. Read more…

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Case Study

RhinoCAM at ENVIBOATS

ENVIBOATS located in Jacksonville, North Carolina is a quality supplier of semi-custom boat jigs developed in the Carolina style. Their jigs are produced from full 3D computer-aided designs and are completely CNC cut to ensure that both the professional boatbuilder as well as the DIY’er can build a sound, high-quality boat in the shortest time possible. Read more…

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