The latest release of Delcam’s PowerMILL will be featured on many of the partner stands at EMO.
Delcam will be working with more manufacturing partners than any other software supplier at the EMO exhibition to be held in Milan from 5th to 9th October. As befits its position as the world’s leading CAM specialist, the company will be promoting its CAM and inspection software in association with more than 35 partners, including many of the world’s leading providers of machine tools, cutting tools and inspection equipment.
These 35 partners were : Acsys, Matsuura, Agie Charmilles, Mikron, Alesamonti, Mitsubishi, CG Tech, Mori Seiki, Citizen, Ombi, CMS Zogno, OPS Ingersoll, Datron, Perico Baroni Raimondi, DMG, Rema Control, Doosan, Renishaw, Exeron, Roeders, Faro, Samp Utensili, Fidia, SGS, FPT Industrie, Sintesi, Hanwha, Speroni, Hardinge-Bridgeport, SW Machines, Hermle, Tai Tech, Hurco, Tornos, Huron, Utimac, Isper, Yamazaki Mazak, Lasit, YCM
The majority of the partners support the use of Delcam’s PowerMILL, which is consistently rated the world’s leading specialist CAM software in CIMdata’s annual reviews of sales of NC software and related services. From its traditional position as the primary system for mould and die manufacture, the software is now becoming recognised for its superiority in a wide range of prototyping and production machining applications, including aerospace structures, blades and blisks, and engine ports.
Other partners will feature Delcam’s more recent additions; FeatureCAM for feature-based machining and PartMaker for Swiss-type lathes and turn-mill equipment. New versions of all three programs will be demonstrated on the Delcam stand.
PowerINSPECT, which will be shown by most of the leading metrology companies at the exhibition, is firmly established as the world’s leading hardware-independent inspection software. It is the preferred solution for all the leading manufacturers of inspection arms and is growing in popularity for conventional co-ordinate measuring machines and for On-Machine Verification.
"Companies looking to invest in CAM software are often worried whether the toolpaths generated will work as well on the machine tool as they do on the computer,” commented Delcam’s Advanced Manufacturing Product Manager, Mark Forth. "Thanks to our partners at EMO, we will be able to demonstrate the speed and quality that is possible with our software on a wide range of machines.”
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