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6/25/2014

Software Applies Multiple Operations to CAD Feature

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BobCAD-CAM will display its range of CAD/CAM software for CNC programming, with an emphasis on its Dynamic Machining Strategies (DMS) for two-, three-, four- and five-axis tool paths.

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BobCAD-CAM will display its range of CAD/CAM software for CNC programming, with an emphasis on its Dynamic Machining Strategies (DMS) for two-, three-, four- and five-axis tool paths. DMS technology enables the application of any number of machining operations to a single CAD feature using a programming wizard.

The company will also exhibit its BobCAD wire EDM CAD/CAM software for two and four-axis wire EDM machining and the Gold Partner BobCAM software for integration with SolidWorks. Additional highlights will include the company’s surface-based five-axis tool paths, including a high-speed machining operation for simultaneous five-axis CNC milling. 

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