The latest version of computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) software created by CAM industry leader DP Technology will be on display July 15-17, when ESPRIT® 2009 will be featured at the third annual North American Haas Technical Education Center (HTEC) Conference, in Greensboro, N.C.
Hosted at the Guilford Technical Community College, the conference will feature 12 different educational presentations profiling programs and the best machining practices found in North America. All segments of the HTEC program will be represented, including high schools, colleges and universities — and open forums for each group will take place again this year.
Knowledgeable and approachable ESPRIT representatives exhibiting ESPRIT 2009 at the conference will be happy to help with any questions, and to discuss the new features in the software.
Designed with ease of use in mind, ESPRIT 2009 emphasizes the use of milling or turning in any combination and on any type of machine tool, which means that 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 facing, open-pocket machining, slot milling, chamfer milling and thread milling cycles.
As a worldwide network and partnership between schools, Haas Automation and Haas Factory Outlets, Haas Technical Education Centers are designed to ensure that schools are supported in offering quality CNC education. In June of 2008, the HTEC network included 724 high schools, technical schools, colleges and universities in Canada and the United States.
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