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CAM Software Adds Five-Axis Continuous Milling Module
VisualMill 2012 is an upgrade to MecSoft Corporation’s VisualMill 6.0.
SolidWorks Plug-In Enhances Workflow
MecSoft Corporation’s VisualXport for SolidWorks is a direct plug-in that enables users to export their parts in VisualMill-formatted files (.vcp).
Export Software for SolidWorks
MecSoft Corporation’s VisualXPORT for SolidWorks is a direct plug-in for SolidWorks that enables users to export their parts in VisualMILL formatted files (.vcp).
3D CAM Complements 2.5D CAD
IMSI/Design, developer of TurboCAD CAD software, has announced that it will begin distributing MecSoft’s VisualMill CAM software.
Partners Combine Modeling, Machining Software
RhinoCAM developer MecSoft Corporation (Irvine, California) and 3D surface modeling tool developer T-Splines (Provo, Utah) have entered into a partnership to provide a combined modeling and machining solution.
Integrated CAM Software For SolidWorks
MecSoft Corporation, the developer of VisualMill, AlibreCAM, RhinoCAM and other computer aided manufacturing/CAM software solutions, has announced the release of VisualMill for SolidWorks, an integrated CAM software solution for SolidWorks users. The company says its partnership with SolidWorks unites its state-of-the-art, yet affordable CAM software solutions with CAD technology.
Dowload Export Add-In
MecSoft Corporation, developer of VisualCAM and VisualMill, offers an export add-in for SpaceClaim. SpaceClaim part file geometry can be exported to VisualCAM, and users can set various options to control the output. The add-in launches VisualCAM automatically and loads geometry.
CAM Software Facilitates Rapid Prototyping For Bicycle Component Manufacturer
Given the extensive industrial design and CAD tools available, product development engineers at this company sought to find a flexible and cost effective CAM software package to facilitate rapid prototyping.
Stepping Up To 3D Machining
This shop owner had an old 2D CAD/CAM system that was adequate to machine 2D parts, and although he was very adept at using this system, he knew that more complex parts would require a different approach. He then made a conscious and deliberate decision to jump into the world of 3D mold making.