Surfware, Inc., developer of SURFCAM CAD/CAM systems and the award-winning and patented TRUEMill Technology, will feature its latest release of SURFCAM V5.2 at KOMAF 2011. As the best machinery fair in Korea, KOMAF 2011 brings together the leading machinery companies all in one location to promote the latest products and research innovative technologies.
Especially, KOMAF 2011 will be jointly held with other exhibitions related to the machinery. This joint exhibition will be the biggest machinery fair in Asia with 10,000 sq.m exhibition space, 2,000 companies from over 40 countries, and about 150,000 visitors.
“The International Markets are very important for SURFCAM’s Sales growth. Supporting Events such as KOMAF enable us to work with customers and Resellers to improve our understanding of the Asian market and Customer needs,” said Matt Soucy, VAR Manager. Surfware invites visitors to stop by Booth 9A005 at KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center) from September 28– October 1, 2011 for an opportunity to see demonstrations of the many new features and benefits of the latest release in the V5 Series of SURFCAM, V5.2.
SURFCAM V5.2 includes new HSM Z-Roughing strategies, additional STL geometry capabilities for rough machining and stock calculations, adaptive slicing, a new SPost interface, enhanced Mill/Turn mode, optimized toolpath verification & machine simulation, and updated CAD translators, just to name a few.
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