DP Technology’s ESPRIT® 2009 computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software will be exhibited at Medical Device Puerto Rico 2009, scheduled to take place Jan. 29-30 at the Puerto Rico Convention Center, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Considered a reliable source of “education, innovation, and collaborative opportunities in the field of high-tech precision medical device manufacturing,” Medical Device Puerto Rico 2009 is likewise a networking outlet for those involved in the design, manufacturing and packaging of medical devices and instruments.
ESPRIT 2009 will be exhibited at booth No. 224, where there will be opportunities for one-on-one demonstrations and presentations of the new features available within the latest generation of the product, which includes a significant number of new, innovative technologies in the areas of 3- and 5-axis milling, feature recognition and user interface, in addition to a long list of productivity-enhancing features for milling, turning and wire EDM part programming. ESPRIT 2009 is designed to run on both the Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Vista operating systems.
ESPRIT 2009 places a heavy emphasis on integrated machining, the use of milling and/or turning in any combination on any type of machine tool — Swiss-turn, mill-turn, B-axis machines, etc. Therefore, as with the 3- and 5-axis improvement listed above, most improvements to the software are to the benefit of all programmers.
Other new or upgraded features highlighted in the 2009 release include improvement to the following machining cycles: facing, open-pocket machining, slot milling, chamfer milling and thread milling.
Upgrades on display at Medical Device Puerto Rico and available within ESPRIT 2009 reduce the time required to produce part programs while increasing the quality of those programs and helping to reduce machining cycle times.
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