6/24/2010

CAM Software for Mills, Lathes and Wire EDM

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Esprit 2011, the latest edition of the company’s CAM software for CNC programming of mills, lathes and wire EDM machines, features system-wide upgrades.

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Esprit 2011, the latest edition of the company’s CAM software for CNC programming of mills, lathes and wire EDM machines, features system-wide upgrades. The software is used for two- through five-axis milling, two- through 22- axis turning, two- through five-axis wire EDM, turn/mill machines, B-axis machines and high speed three- and five-axis machines. It can machine any part geometry (solid, surface or wireframe), offers universal postprocessing to format G-code for virtually any machine tool and enables solid simulation and verification with dry runs rendered in dynamic solids for optimal part quality and consistency, the company says.

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