4/14/2018

SmartCAM v2018 Software Delivers Adaptive Roughing Strategy

Originally titled 'CAM Software Delivers Adaptive Roughing Strategy'
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SmartCAMcn’s SmartCAM v2018 delivers adaptive rough milling technology, improved feed rate control and numerous other core additions found in all products.

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SmartCAMcnc’s SmartCAM v2018 addition to the computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software family is said to deliver adaptive rough milling technology in the Advanced Milling, SmartCAM FreeForm Machining and SmartCAM Advanced Turning applications; verification modules in SmartCAM Advanced Fabrication and SmartCAM Advanced Wire EDM; and improved feed rate control and numerous other core additions found in all products.

SmartCAM core Improvements Include: feed rate capability and flexibility have been expanded with several changes that provide control of toolpath feed rates; a CAD/process plan list view that visually separates the CAD geometry from the CAM toolpath geometry; an updated solid modeling kernel, with SmartCAM v2018 including the most-current ACIS 2018 Solid Modeling kernel; and updated data translators, with SmartCAM v2018 including updated CAD data translators for Pro-E/Creo 4.0 and ACIS SAT/SAB R2018 data files.

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