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Making the Tesla Cybertruck in Mastercam

12/6/19 6:00 AM / by camInstructor Mike

Modeling up the new Tesla Cybertruck in Mastercam! This ground breaking (window breaking too) new design is awesome,  just couldn't resist playing around with it!

Tesla took the world by storm when they released the design of the new Cybertruck. To say it's a completely new design for a truck is an understatement! Love it or hate it, it is definitely interesting.

Why create the Cybertruck in Mastercam? Modeling a fancy car with all it's complex shapes and curves is extremely difficult. Years of experience and hours and hours and hours get the takes a really long time to model something like a Porshe GT3 RS. This can whip one up in no time! Plus, it's actually kinda cool. The design does grow on ya a bit.

This would be a great part not only for modeling, but multiple machining setups, multiple plane creations, level usage....and I have some ideas for machining detail which could be fun. This is something you could easily cut on the machines, whether 3 or 5 axis (the 3 axis would be a couple setups). This is something we could turn into a Mastercam lesson in both 3 and 5 axis setups. 

If this is something you would be interested in for yourself or for your students, let me know and we'll carry on with this project!

If all this talk on the Cybertruck is new to you, here's a link that should get you up to speed...

Cybertruck Youtube


If you are interested in getting the file in the video, let me know.

Here is the link to part 1 in the modeling of the part...

Step by Step Tesla Cybertruck Part 1



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Topics: Mastercam, Mastercam 2020, Solids

camInstructor Mike

Written by camInstructor Mike

camInstructor Mike is Mike Wearne, an avid machinist, cnc programmer and overall connoisseur of all things machining. Mike is one of camInstructor's resident cad/cam/cnc experts and works part time at his local college teaching aspiring machinists how to program CNC Machines of all types.

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