Nothing is changing faster or more profoundly than the software used to design and machine parts. To help shops keep up with the latest competitive advances being introduced on the shop floor, here is a report on some of the newest CAD/CAM software.
And what drives machining growth? Aerodyn Engineering uses intuitive 5-axis CAM software from OPEN MIND Technologies that “gets it.”
Mike Arndt is the business development manager and Matt O’Donnell is an applications specialist.
The $97 million deal strengthens 3DS’ position in 3D-printing-centric manufacturing through a seamless digital workflow between design and traditional and additive manufacturing processes.
They acquire a node-lock PSC seat for machining that includes other modules and a Virtual Machine.
Waveform turning, multiple machining sequence support, ribbon bar and interface updates, and the inclusion of Wire EDM are the newest CAD/CAM game changers that machine shops need to compete in a global economy.
InvoMilling CAM software from Sandvik Coromant generates the CNC program to produce different gear profiles using CoroMill 161 and CoroMill 162 milling cutters.
VisualCAM 2014 for SolidWorks from MecSoft is now certified to run inside the new release of SolidWorks 2015.