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Published: 9/18/2007

NC Coding For Encoders
With the right CAM system, this manufacturer of industrial encoders was able to incorporate offline part programming and knowledge-based machining for increased productivity.

Published: 5/4/2007

Unattended Machining Makes Oral Orthotics More Affordable
This shop makes the oral devices that helped the shop owner and members of his family. Unattended machining is the key to making this therapy more accessible.

Published: 2/19/2007

Optimizing Cycle Times With CAM
Swiss-type lathes and CNC automatic screw machines now have more power and flexibility and better accuracy than ever. As the popularity of CNC continues to grow on these machines, a good computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) system is increasingly nece...

Published: 2/5/2007

Programming From Memory
Go beyond crib books. Using a CAM-based knowledge library does more than just speed programming—it can also make machining more consistent throughout the shop.

Published: 2/1/2007

Follow Your Blisk
Here are some considerations for successful blisk machining.

Published: 1/24/2007

Under Pressure
Using an integrated, single-window solution can alleviate programming bottlenecks, making the transition from design to manufacturing smooth.

Published: 11/15/2006

Another Step Toward CNC Programming Automation
Part designers and part programmers have to think differently. Esprit FX is a development from DP Technology (Camarillo, California) that helps overcome the "disconnect" that occurs when designers pass geometry to CNC programmers. FX stands for "fea...

Published: 11/2/2006

CAM Software As A Creativity Tool
This job shop relies on its CNC programming software to unlock the productivity of its multi-axis, multi-tasking machine tools and CNC Swiss-type machines.

Published: 7/20/2006

CAM Software Turns Operators Into Engineers
Like many other United Kingdom subcontracting companies, Jetblades Engineering has had to change its operating methods to cope with the new manufacturing environment. Managing Director Mark Kirby relies more than ever on the company’s CAM soft...

Published: 3/2/2006

Making Programming Hands-Free (Almost)
Feature-recognition CAM software helps this technology company's internal mold shop deliver critical molds more quickly. A programmer is still needed, but the software automation saves considerable time.