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Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) uses computer software and hardware to automate manufacturing processes. CAM is often used in conjunction with computer-aided design (CAD).
 
 

Latest in Computer–aided Manufacturing CAM

Design
DP Technology Introduces Updated CAM Software for 2020
DP Technology, the parent company of the ESPRIT CAM system, introduces an array of software updates for 2020. 

Design
SCHOTT SYSTEME Reduces 5-Axis Milling Times
It uses Interactive Direction Vectors within its Pictures by PC CAD / CAM Software.

Prototype/Manufacture
ASCENT Publishes New Learning Guide
Students, trainers and industry professionals can now learn how to use Inventor CAM to create 2D milling toolpaths.

Prototype/Manufacture
Mastercam 2020 Multiaxis Machining Improves Productivity 
Mastercam Multiaxis offers a wide range of multiaxis machining strategies, both basic and advanced.

Prototype/Manufacture
SolidCAM and Roboris Join to Integrate G-Code Simulation with SolidCAM
Under the agreement, SolidCAM will widen its offer with a new module, powered by the Eureka library.

D3 Technologies Debuts New PowerMill and FeatureCAM Training Courses
Companies can use this technology to accelerate their toolpath calculations and roughing. 

Design
New hyperMILL 2020.1 CAD/CAM Suite Offers 3D and Five-Axis Machining Enhancements
The new version includes key new automation and additive manufacturing strategies.

Prototype/Manufacture
Siemens NX CAM Unveils Updated Capabilities in New Release
The software can accelerate machining, program multiple robots, print color parts and generate production-ready CNC programs using a cloud-based technology.

Design
Hexagon Launches Latest SURFCAM Software with Raft of Enhancements 
There are updates to machining cycles, tombstones and additive machining.

Prototype/Manufacture
CAMWorks Version 2020 Provides CADCAM Tools for Smart Manufacturing
With Version 2020, the CAMWorks Additive Manufacturing module, powered by Materialise, has extended 3D printing functionality to SolidWorks Assemblies.

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