Worldwide: The growth for this year’s manufacturing sector is forecast to continue and sales for computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software is projected to increase 6.4 percent to US$2.06 billion, according to a report by market intelligence company CIMdata.
EOSprint 2.0 by EOS is a software for additive manufacturing systems. Features include application-specific parameter optimisation allowing for easier part optimisation.
USA: MachiningCloud and Kyocera SGS Precision Tools (KSPT) have entered a partnership to provide KSPT data on the cloud.
The CoroPlus platform from Sandvik Coromant gives access to connected solutions that increase security and save time in design and planning.
It’s not about playing with the cost, but budgeting well in order to manufacture efficiently and maximise the margins. By Asier Ortiz, CTO of Lantek.
Orpington, UK: The future CAM software growth potential is predicted to be 17 percent this year and 29 percent over the next three to five years, according to results of the Worldwide CAD Trends 2016 Survey by research specialist The Business Advantage Group.
Over the years, manufacturing processes have progressed steadily with the advent of technology. From an initial reliance on physical labour, manufacturers today are increasingly turning to more sophisticated means in their pursuit for efficiency and better results. Tom Stillwell, Senior Marketing Specialist, Hypertherm CAM Software Team explains
Autodesk has launched its new 2017 CAM product range for a multitude of advanced manufacturing applications ranging from CNC milling and lathe-programming to complex mould and die manufacturing.
The HyperMill 2016.2 CAM solution comes with a host of optimisations in 2D, 3D, 5-axis and HPC machining.