4/20/2015

CAD/CAM Software Provides Modular Functionality Options

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BobCAD-CAM software is designed to increase CNC productivity for applications in the aerospace, automotive, production manufacturing, moldmaking and general machining industries with the ability to automatically generate NC programming code for a variety of CNC machine tool controllers.

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BobCAD-CAM software is designed to increase CNC productivity for applications in the aerospace, automotive, production manufacturing, moldmaking and general machining industries with the ability to automatically generate NC programming code for a variety of CNC machine tool controllers. The software provides functionality for two-, three-, four- and five-axis CNC mills, routing, waterjet, plasma, burning and laser machines as well as two-axis CNC lathes. Its modular format enables shops to start off at a reduced technology level and add as needed, including add-ons for artistic machining and nesting sheet optimization. The software includes adaptive high-speed machining, multi-axis milling and routing capabilities.

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