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7/24/2017

CAD/CAM Software Gets Improvements for Closed-Cavity Milling

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Westec 2017: DP Technology’s Esprit 2017 software release features simplified user interaction, smarter toolpath technology and faster programmability partly by upgrading the machine and toolpath performance of Esprit ProfitMilling inside closed cavities.

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DP Technology’s Esprit 2017 software release features simplified user interaction, smarter toolpath technology and faster programmability partly by upgrading the machine and toolpath performance of Esprit ProfitMilling inside closed cavities. In addition, ProfitMilling optimizes the initial channel width for faster achievement of programmed feed rates and fewer machine decelerations. The 2017 release also features increased simulation speed, enhanced CAD file support, advanced tool settings and new five-axis programming features.

Compatible with a full range of machine tools, Esprit delivers full-spectrum programming for two- to five-axis milling, turning, wire EDM, multitasking, Swiss turning, and high-speed three- and five-axis machining.

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