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CAM Software Enhances Productivity
Delcam, an Autodesk company, will feature PowerMill, a high-speed, multi-axis CAM solution for the verification and optimization of toolpaths.
CAM Software Delivers New Toolpath Strategies
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CAM Software Enables Polar Milling on Five-Axis Machines
Delcam has expanded five-axis machining functionality in the 2016 R2 release of its FeatureCAM software.
Enhanced Roughing CAM Strategy Enables Fine-Tuning
Delcam’s 2016 release of FeatureCAM, a feature-based programming system, offers enhancements focused on speed—specifically, updates to the Vortex high-efficiency area-clearance strategy.
Delcam Releases Free Learning Zones App for Android
The app provides tutorials for the company’s complete line of CAD/CAM software as well as case study videos from its delcam.tv website.
CAM Software Improves Area Clearance, Turn-Mill Support
Delcam has launched the 2016 release of its FeatureCAM software, which adds options for the Vortex high-efficiency area-clearance strategy, support for bar-fed mills, more efficient turning, and user-interface improvements to ease and speed programming.
Houstex 2015 Preview Slideshow
Click through the slideshow to see a selection of technologies to be displayed at Houstex in advance of the February 24-26 trade show.
CAM Software Eases Programming of Part Families
Delcam’s 2015 version of its FeatureCAM software eases programming of part families by matching the names of features within the part library with user-created curves relating to those features, making the programming of subsequent parts in the family much easier and faster.
CAM Software Enhances Roughing Operations
Delcam’s 2014 R2 version of FeatureCAM features improvements for roughing operations.
Software Release Updates Turning, Milling Capabilities
Delcam will showcase the 2014 version of its FeatureCAM software with new options for turning, four-axis rotary machining, turn-mill operations, two-axis finishing and probing sequences.
CAM Software Adds Turning Options
The 2014 version of Delcam FeatureCAM feature-based CAM software includes new options for turning, four-axis rotary machining and turn-mill operations, as well as more strategies for two-axis finishing and easier programming of probing sequences.
CAM Program Features Enhanced Turn-Mill Options
The 2013 release of Delcam’s FeatureCAM software includes enhancements for turning and turn-mill equipment, including smoother lead-in and lead-out moves said to reduce witness marks on larger turned parts finished in sections.
CNC Programming Software Maximizes Five-Axis Capability
By incorporating new CNC programming software to make full use of its new five-axis machining capabilities, Bob Lewis Machine Co. has reduced setups and programming time.
The Stem Solution
A small shop committed to labor-saving automation added a nine-axis turning center to machine mountain bike stems. The value of this complex machine is that it delivers a simple process. The learning curve was worth it, the owners say.
CAM System Adds Roughing, Turn-Mill Strategies
The 2012 R2 release of Delcam’s FeatureCAM feature-based CAM system includes roughing and turn-mill strategies as well as enhancements for faster toolpath generation
Targeted Five-Axis Machining
Focusing on a particular part size range allows this shop to use a versatile type of five-axis machine tool. Five-axis machining now makes up 40 percent of the shop’s business.
Video: Five-Axis Machining at Padgett Machine
A job shop owner talks about five-axis machining and feature-based programming.
Enhanced Feature-Based Machining
The 2012 version of Delcam’s FeatureCAM system is designed for faster and easier programming, more efficient toolpaths and increased machine productivity.
Data Repair Module for CAM Software
Delcam offers a data repair module for its FeatureCAM system.
Feature-Based CAM Update
The 2011 version of FeatureCAM has a modernized interface, support for 64-bit computers, improved data exchange from a wider range of design software and new strategies across the platform, from turning to five-axis machining.