CAMWorks 2019 Enables AM Programming in Addition to Machining
CAMWorks Additive Manufacturing enables users to prepare models for their 3D metal printers inside Solidworks. The 3D printer model is then used as stock, and CAMWorks will generate the CNC subtractive machining operations and tool paths needed to remove the build supports and machine other user-defined areas of the part Read More
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At IMTEX 2019, HCL will be showcasing CAMWorks 2019, the most advanced CAM software available, combining production-proven feature based CAM technology, automatic feature recognition, and rules based machining along with tolerance based machining to leverage MBD and PMI technology to automate Smart Manufacturing for CNC programming – paving the way to advanced digital manufacturing. HCL will be showcasing its proven technologies from booth A 114, Hall 6. Read More...
10 WAYS SOLIDWORKS CAM AND CAMWORKS ARE CRUCIAL TO YOUR MANUFACTURING PROCESS
Since the 2018 release of SOLIDWORKS, users on subscription have CAM capabilities within their SOLIDWORKS environment. With this integration of SOLIDWORKS CAM, users can now complete the design and manufacturing process within one system. Read More...
CAMWorks Game Changer For 2017 Release
Without a doubt - Model Based Definition (MBD). SOLIDWORKS MBD, which provides Product Manufacturing Information (PMI) and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing instructions in 3D CAD design, was launched last year and is already helping our customers communicate their designs to the shop floor faster. Read More
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SUBTRACTIVE AND METAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING COMBINE IN NEW MATERIALISE PARTNERSHIP
Combining CNC machining and additive manufacturing, the companies will develop a platform to boost the production of high grade metal parts for healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design, and consumer goods industries. Read More
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Materialise, one of the largest 3D printing companies in the world and a leader in additive manufacturing (AM) software announced that it has entered into a partnership with HCL Technologies – a leading IT services company in the world to develop a platform for increased integration for hybrid manufacturing – a technology that bridges the benefits of subtractive and additive processes to produce parts of complex design and close tolerance..Read More...