Here is what we have so far. See excerpt from press release on mcadcafe.com.
Premiere: hyperMILL millTURN
The first version of the mill/turn module will offer the following machining strategies: turn roughing, turn finishing, facing, groove roughing, groove finishing, threading, centre drilling and centre threading. The ‘turn roughing' cycle refers to the roughing of any turning stock. Likewise, turn finishing is always applied to the current stock. In general, it is possible to narrow down machining areas very exactly by using boundaries. Thanks to its seamless integration into hyperMILL, stock tracking, the tool database and collision control can all be employed together with all turning and milling operations. They are output by a postprocessor in an NC program.
But the question is ... can I perform straight turning? The party line is "mill-turn". To keep the focus on mill-turn, the module will be sold as an option atop the milling module.
Once you have all of these cycles available, can you select only turning cycles for a given job?? I don't think that there will be any limitation against this. This may then come to be a matter of PP.