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Published: 10/3/2016

CAM Software Helps Shop Eliminate the Middle Man
GizzMoVest needed to reduce lead time for company growth. GibbsCAM software by 3D Systems enabled unattended machining and reduced lead times.

Published: 7/1/2015

CAM Software Provides Competitive Edge in Bringing Ideas to Life
Intriguing Concepts LLC, a mold prototyping and production shop, uses Surfcam CAM software to achieve better surface finishes and production times.

Published: 1/16/2013

Software Speeds Prototype Production
Using Delcam’s PowerMill and PowerShape software enabled a prototype manufacturer to turn CAD data into a validation part in less than 24 hours.

Published: 6/13/2011

Software Streamlines Model-to-Mold Production
At Marland Mold, CimatronE CAM software’s modeling tools, postprocessors and other features streamline manufacturing operations from initial design to finished part.

Published: 9/14/2009

Optimized Tool Paths Save Time, Boost Profits
Faced with inefficient roughing operations on its stamping dies, foundry patterns and other aerospace industry tooling, this manufacturer sought to upgrade its CAM software. The Esprit CAM package from DP Technology helped reduce programming and cyc...

Published: 8/25/2008

CAM System Simplifies Tire Mold Programming
PROBLEM:  Segmented tire molds required complex, time-consuming programming SOLUTION: HyperMill CAD software from Open Mind RESULTS: Improved delivery time, part quality Chris Sipe, owner of Northeast Tire Molds in Akron, Ohio, lik...

Published: 8/25/2008

Mold Maker Cuts Delivery Times With CAD/CAM
Staying competitive in the automotive industry requires quick turnaround, a fact not lost on this manufacturer of foundry tooling. Upgrading to a CAD/CAM system from Delcam helped the shop significantly increase machining efficiency and reduce deliv...

Published: 8/20/2008

Operation Library Slashes EDM Electrode Cycle Time
EDM sinker electrodes have complex geometries and must be manufactured to high precision, creating a challenge for CNC programmers. Additionally, because electrodes are produced in small lots, it is important to keep programming time short. The ...

Published: 7/17/2008

The Growing Power Of 3D
Some recent events have opened what I consider for me a new dimension in manufacturing. At  Delcam's recent Technical Summit at Methods Machine Tools in Sudbury, Massachusetts, I got an in-depth look at the company’s extensive range o...

Published: 2/19/2007

Reverse Engineering Paves The Way
For Scott Tudury, co-owner of Apex CNC, the key to the future was a broken rocker arm on a Harley-Davidson Knucklehead motorcycle engine. Built between 1936 and 1947, the overhead valve V-Twin earned its name because of the valve cover design.