Erotag allows the user to freely assign the machining cycles and the order of items to be processed.
The 2 or 4 synchronized axes is useful for cylindrical or constant conical machining while the 4 or more independent axes contouring allows variable conical machining in which profiles on the two planes of interpolation (typically XY and UV) have different shapes.
Possible options, such as slowing down, can be assigned automatically or manually as well as linear unloading, circular unloading, pausing on edge work, work regimes and synchronization points. The start and stop points on the profile are independent on the two planes of interpolation.
Erotag is part of the CAD Logotag that allows users to generate the machining profiles in the simplest and quickest way, without using third-party drawing programs.