Nov 9, 2011

CimatronE and GibbsCAM capabilities to be displayed at Bharat Fritz Werner technical seminar in Rudrapor, India

Cimatron Limited (NASDAQ and TASE: CIMT) announced today that the leading Indian machine tool manufacturer, Bharat Fritz Werner Ltd (BFW), will be featuring Cimatron at its forthcoming evening seminar in Rudrapur, India.

"I am delighted that Cimatron again has the opportunity to work with BFW," said Edsel Vaz, Cimatron's country manager for India. "Cimatron believes in forging strong relationships with machine tool builders as a way of maximizing returns to our customers."

Mr Vaz will be presenting a session on Cimatron at the seminar, addressing the functionality of the company's signature products, CimatronE and GibbsCAM. He will discuss the role CimatronE plays for both toolmakers and manufacturers of discrete parts, especially the turbine blade segment, as well as outlining GibbsCAM's powerful capabilities for lathe, mill-turn and MTM.

"CimatronE and GibbsCAM play an important role in Indian machining, offering comprehensive CAD/CAM solutions for both milling and turning that help organizations achieve quicker ROI from their machines," said Mr Vaz.

CimatronE is an integrated CAD/CAM solution for both toolmakers and manufacturers of discrete parts, which provides full associativity across the manufacturing process, from quoting through design and delivery. Its applications include: mold design, electrode design, die design, 2.5 to 5-axis NC programming and 5-axis discrete part production.

GibbsCAM supports 2- through 5-Axis milling, turning, mill/turning, multi-task simultaneous machining and wire-EDM. It also provides integrated manufacturing modeling, including 2D, 2.5D, 3D wireframe, surface and solid modeling.

"I encourage the invitees to make full use of the presentation," said Mr Vaz. "They should also feel free to contact us for an exclusive display on how Cimatron can meet their machining needs."

BFW is India's leading machine tool manufacturer. It recently acquired majority stakes in the German machine tool company Matec, and entered into a strategic alliance with Spinner, offering greater choice for material removal with reduced set-ups through a much broader product base of high technology turning machines, turn-mill and machining centers. BFW is spearheading a project to plant 50,000 trees to propagate environment protection, and is instituting scholarships for engineering students. The company has also donated more than ten million Rupees to ensure better healthcare for Indian citizens.