Mumbai — Cimatron Limited, a provider of integrated CAD/CAM solutions for mold, tool and die makers as well as manufacturers of discrete parts, announced that it showcased CimatronE 9.0 and GibbsCAM 2010 at DieMould, March 18th-21st, in Mumbai, India.
CimatronE will power two Bharat Fritz Werner (BFW) machines, the DMV500 and the BMV35, in live high speed cuttings. A die core and cavity will be machined using a smooth High Speed Machining (HSM) toolpath. CimatronE allows users to choose from a wide range of strategies which work optimally with HSM machines, ensuring effective machining and a high surface quality, and protecting tools and machines from damage. The live cutting will take place in BFW's booth.
Cimatron's two product lines, CimatronE, with full solutions for mold and die making, and GibbsCAM, for production, will be on display in Cimatron India's booth. GibbsCAM 2010 has just been released with enhancements that significantly speed up plunge milling, and other enhancements for 2.5-5 Axis milling, turning and Multi-Task Machining (MTM). CimatronE's new Moldex add-on, which analyzes the flow of plastic and helps to position entry points, will also be displayed.
"Thanks to our collaboration with BFW, DieMould visitors can try out our software and witness the high quality results it achieves, at the same time," said Edsel Vaz, Country Manager of Cimatron India. "At Cimatron, we are committed to providing effective, accurate post processing and machine simulation for any machine; BFW is an example of a local vendor whose machines can be reliably programmed by CimatronE with great results."
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