ok, never having seen/used CNC equipment i'm curious what it is that this software is doing differently?
If you have ever seen or used a CNC you'd realize that normally they are about 10x slower than what you saw. Think about it, its cutting through stainless steel like a hot knife in butter!
And if you do dumb things with the CAM software, normally your mill bit will shatter and the machine would get damaged.
seems like one of these inventions thats obvious after you have seen it in action but quite a break through for the company that first comes up with the idea.
When I use CNC I usually change the load throughout cutting manually. Not being an expert in CNC, I figured it just wasnt possible to have it done automatically . . . Typically in a manufacturing setting the tool path is tweaked a bunch by the machinist to optimize it for speed . . . but apparently thats now been automated . . .
After watching it for a bit and wondering about the lack of coolant, I noticed the machine is not taking optimal paths based on distance. In fact, it appears to be taking into account thermal cooling rates of the part as well by skipping over areas to cut later . . .