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Published: 8/30/2018

CAD/CAM Software Brings Process Automation for Mold Design, Machining
The NX software suite from Siemens provided this moldmaker with tools that simplified and automated steps in the mold design process.

Published: 4/12/2018

CAD/CAM Platform Serves as a Communication Tool for a Moldmaker
CAD/CAM software for moldmaking became one company’s “universal translator,” smoothing communication and interoperability between client, designer, machinist and machine. 

Published: 3/30/2018

Looking at the Benefits of Cloud-Based CAM
VisualCAM from MecSoft will enable users to instantly share and alter CAD/CAM files in a web browser through Onshape.

Published: 5/19/2016

Broken-Up Programs Limit Broken Tools
Posting tool paths for different operations to the machine individually rather than as a single, combined part program helps this heavily lights-out operation quickly address the causes of tool wear and breakage.

Published: 11/27/2014

3D Systems to Acquire CAD/CAM Company Cimatron
Additive manufacturing technology supplier acquires CNC machining software company in a move focused on “the entire value proposition for manufacturing.”

Published: 11/20/2013

Autodesk Announces Intention to Acquire Delcam
Autodesk has announced its intention to acquire Delcam, a supplier of advanced software for the manufacturing industry.

Published: 5/29/2013

Still Going Strong
This year, CNC Software Inc. is celebrating Mastercam's 30th anniversary. It's been quite a journey for this progressive company.

Published: 5/22/2013

Edgecam Celebrates 30 Years
Yes, I thought the photo was of some sort of cake to celebrate Edgecam’s 30th anniversary. I was wrong. But that does not take away from the fact that the software manufacturer was founded in 1983.

Published: 1/16/2013

Engineering Changes as an Opportunity
It’s easy see unplanned customer changes as a headache, yet engineering changes also represent an opportunity.

Published: 10/2/2012

Manufacturing Change for Miniature Maker
Wyrd Miniatures now uses plastic instead of metal to make its hobby figurines.

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