Did you ever want to try your hand at turning (milling) but never had the chance to do it?
Now is your chance to create unique forms out of different materials with a fun simulation game. Lathe Worker: Machine Simulator presents a perfect opportunity to operate a lathe machine like a professional machinist, without the actual risk of accidentally getting injured and absolutely no fuss with cleaning up the mess after you finish carving. A simple tutorial leads you through basic game features allowing you to familiarize yourself with the gameplay. It is appropriate for complete beginners that would like to get to know how to work with a lathe and even engineer students that can prototype their products here.
Here are some features Lathe Worker: Machine Simulator will captivates you with:
♦ Lathe simulation gameplay. Pick a material to work on, set it on the lathe and start turning (milling) it to carve your own unique artifact. Enjoy the fun of turning without the actual risk of getting injured.
♦ Realistic turning (milling) physics. Lathe Worker features realistic physics movements as you control the cutting knife’s advancement in 2 different axis. You’ll see the shape take form as the material is spinned.
♦ 3D Graphics. You have a 360 degrees view of the work area with the possibility of zooming in/out. The artifact you create dynamically takes a 3D shape as the knife advances and you can save & share your creation.
♦ Customizable knives. You can pick one of 8 different knife shapes depending on what you want to create and also choose 3 different widths. Thus enough customization to create an unique shape.
♦ Unlockable themes & products. You can unlock custom lathe themes (i.e. Rusty, Ice, Lava, …) and also surprise products that you can re-create.
♦ Surprise interactions. Every finished product will be able to be displayed in a showroom with a little surprise. Some of them will even allow you to personally interact with them.
Lathe worker: Machine Simulator is an entertaining game where you put yourself in a roll of a lathe machinist. You can start a new project simply by choosing the product you would like to work on, setting the workpiece on the lathe machine and start carving. Create brand-new, different products in your own personal, manual (non CNC) lathe machine manufacturing/production process. Workshop experience allows you to turn (mill) the workpiece in a dynamic 360-degrees view.