7/5/2018

CAM Software Streamlines CNC Programming

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IMTS 2018: 3D Systems’ GibbsCAM 13 is the latest version of the company’s GibbsCAM CAM programming software.

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3D Systems’ GibbsCAM 13 is the latest version of the company’s GibbsCAM CAM programming software.

Improvements in this version include broaching, a G-code editor and the ability to program parts that require elliptical and eccentric turning, such as camshafts. Turning enhancements include control over non-cutting tool movement, automatic chip breaking and bar chamfering.

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