Robb Weinstein, Senior VP sales and strategic planning at Gibbs & Associates, talks about MachineWorks’ integration with GibbsCAM. GibbsCAM® is a state-of-the-art, PC-based CAM system for programming CNC machine tools. The base package can be extended with the addition of integrated modules. GibbsCAM's free-form interaction style allows you to move easily between geometry creation, toolpath creation, process visualization/verification and post processing.

Volker Nesenhoner, CEO of Open Mind Technologies discusses how their partnership with MachineWorks helps them deliver a strong  Simulation  Software. OPEN MIND CAM software, hyperMILL® offers a wide range of machining strategies for the programming of even the most complex work pieces providing complete machining with just one CAM software for maximum process safety, cost efficiency and quality.  

Jean Ruby, VP Business Development of ICAM Technologies explains how their partnership with MachineWorks benefits ICAM Simulation Software and how MachineWorks Material Removal is used within ICAM. CAM-POST is an advanced independent single source NC post-processing development, management and deployment technology supporting all major CAD / CAM / PLM systems, CNC controllers and machine tools.

Bill Genc, Technical Director at Missler Software talks about how their partnership with MachineWorks fits in with their technology and how MachineWorks CNC Simulation Technology works inside Topsolid CAM Software. One of TopSolid’Cam’s greatest forces is its capacity to manage all machining processes thereby making it one of the only CAM solutions on the market which is able to machine all parts by offering the most suitable machining processes.

Emil Somekh, CEO SolidCAM Ltd discusses how MachineWorks verification technology supports and benefits their products. SolidCAM provides seamless single-window integration and full associativity with the SOLIDWORKS design model. All machining operations can be defined, calculated and verified without leaving the SOLIDWORKS environment.

IMSverify provides a unique NC verification solution to check the post-processed code that will run on the machine. MachineWorks provides full machine simulation with clash detection which allows for accurate analysis of the complete machining environment. True solids-based simulation gives you the most accurate verification of material removal.

Fidia was founded in 1974 to design and build sophisticated numerical controls: an advanced technological solution for the machining of complex forms for the mould and die industry.

DCAM, a Tebis Company, develops software specifically for the process of wire spark erosion (wire EDM). That is a shaping manufacturing process which is mainly automated and only needs the human hand to operate the machines. The machines that are used in this process are highly precise and receive their parameters for machining stock material from a PC.

GO2cam provides an intuitive user interface allowing the solution to be used by manufacturing specialists who are not necessarily computer experts: a simplified and ergonomic user interface for an intuitive use. MachineWorks provides GO2cam and GO2dental with simulation and verification tools to obtain faster and more accurate results.

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