3/15/2001

CAM Software With Process Manager

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ESPRIT CAM features system wide advancements in Knowledge Based Machining in the form of a Process Manager and enhanced feature recognition, as well as upgraded pocketing canned cycles, multi-axis turning support and many other new and improved machining cycles. Feature recognition produces a dramatic reduction in

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ESPRIT CAM features system wide advancements in Knowledge Based Machining in the form of a Process Manager and enhanced feature recognition, as well as upgraded pocketing canned cycles, multi-axis turning support and many other new and improved machining cycles. Feature recognition produces a dramatic reduction in programming time by eliminating the need to manually enter properties and relationships of part features, the company says. ESPRIT reads this information directly from the solid model, cutting out the possibility of programming error. The software automatically recognizes part features, such as profiles, holes, pockets and islands from any part geometry. The turning capabilities address the needs of multi-axis, multi-spindle and multi-turret turning machines by providing the ability to program synchronous and synchronized machining for four plus axis lathes and Swiss-style machines.

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