Version 2019 of CAMWorks from HCL Technologies enables additive manufacturing and includes Tolerance-Based Machining (TBM) for turned and turn-milled parts as well as improvements to Technology Database (TechDB).
The free seminar will take place June 4, 2019 in Auburn, Washington, at Machine Tools Northwest.
To realize the best return on its investment in advanced equipment, Creations Unlimited moved from a system with separate CAD and CAM systems to an integrated software (Siemens PLM’s NX product) to make gains in efficiency.
The introduction of a specific five-axis “Tilt” control strategy, combined with barrel cutter support, is said to be the most significant enhancement in version 2020.0 of Edgecam from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence’s Production Software division.
The educational conference will be divided into several tracks called Connections, with seminars as well as hands-on training and what the company is calling Knowledge Theaters.
Contrary to common practice, manufacturers should consider manufacturing analysis first before moving into detailed product design. CAM first; CAD later.
The new version of NCSIMUL’s machining module available from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence includes automation functionality that gives the user wider control over their jobs on other devices by communicating with distant servers.
The name change is part of the formation of the Production Software business of Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence and NCSIMUL’s adoption into Hexagon’s corporate identity.