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Computer-aided manufacturing :
CAM has been considered as a numerical control (NC) programming tool wherein
three-dimensional (3D) models of components generated in CAD software are used
to generate CNC code to drive numerically controlled machine tools.
As with other “Computer-Aided” technologies, CAM does not eliminate the need
for skilled professionals such as Manufacturing Engineers and NC Programmers.
CAM, in fact, both leverages the value of the most skilled manufacturing
professionals through advanced productivity tools, while building the skills of
new professionals through visualization, simulation and optimization tools.
High Speed Machining, including streamlining of tool paths
5 Axis Machining
Ease of Use
Typical areas of concern:
CAM areas covered include:
Tool Path Generation
Multi- Axis Simulation
N C Programing