A pocket or an island contour is usually constructed from the starting point of the contour once around to the end point. In the case of a rotary-symmetrical contour, this would usually be unnecessarily time-consuming and, in part, hardly feasible anyway due to the dimensions. When programming in SYMplus™, you can achieve the complete contour in just three steps. Watch the video to find out how.
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