In this thesis I presented a time and economical comparison between two ways of programming on multistream machines – MillTurn and conventional way of programming. Firstly, I learned how multistream machines are made and how they function with all their capabilities. After that I learned about both ways of programming and discuss the key differences between each of them. I also learned a bit more about CAM software called Mastercam, its user interface and all the possible functions and capabilities of MillTurn.
Secondly, I did in depth time comparison between two different CAD models which were differencing in their complexity and size. I also did an economical comparison between the same models and calculated how much time a certain way of programming needs to return all investment funds towards buying a CAM programming software.