farming simulator 2011 mill

farming simulator 2011 (game) - giant bomb

farming simulator 2011 (game) - giant bomb

The third major version in the franchise "Farming Simulator" contains plenty of new features and improvements. It's now possible to raise cattle, by completing a variety of tasks including feeding them and using the manure for muck-spreading on the fields. Another great addition to this version of "Farming Simulator" is the inclusion of a multiplayer mode in which you can manage your farm together with your friends, using either a LAN or an Internet connection.

In the improved career mode, you take on the role and experience the everyday life of a young farmer in the countryside. The accurately modeled world is by far the most visually impressive yet; you are also free to go wherever you wish. By performing activities such as plowing fields, seeding, and bailing, you build up financial resources which allow you to purchase better equipment. You can visit the local agricultural machinery store to buy new vehicles and accessories or sell your old machinery.

download machining simulation 2.1.5.5 mill / 2.1.5.9 lathe

download machining simulation 2.1.5.5 mill / 2.1.5.9 lathe

A CNC, or a Computer numerical control machine is a vertically controlled milling machine which runs using programmed commands that are stored in a memory device. This means that a CNC machine is capable of milling with much higher precision and at faster speeds opposed to a manual one.

The interface of Machining Simulation is divided into two main sections, a 3D machine view, and an operator panel view. The first offers you a representation of how the CNC machine looks and even allows you to hide its body so you have a better view of what happens inside. You are able to zoom in for a closer inspection and have a real-time demonstration of how everything works.

Machining Simulation is designed for those who actually need to use the CNC machine or to familiarize themselves with it. If for you are none of those and are not in the least familiar with it, then gazing in the control panel is only going to be another way to waste time. The application displays a user-friendly interface, but if you don't have the slightest clue of how to use it, then you should grab a manual.

In terms of controls, it offers you the exact layout and buttons that a real machine has. They have the same functions and of course, if something goes wrong, you get to redo it without any actual loss of material or hardware damage.

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