CAD and CAM Programmings

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  1. Increase Programming Potential

you can open up possibilities for your business that may not have been there before. Create a smooth process flow and plan your work in advance. Usually, the CAM program helps in calculating the machining time of the part, which in return will help in better workload planning. You have full control over post-processing, stock, work coordinates, material, and tooling as well as access to machining operations that determine how the part will be machined as well as the output of the NC Program.

  1. Eliminate Costly Mistakes & Waste

Simulation allows you to visually inspect the machining process, catch costly tool gouges and collisions before they reach the CNC machine. This alone makes adding a CAD-CAM product to the shop a good decision. The simulation also provides detailed information about the toolpath, cycle times, part deviation analysis, the ability to create simulation presentations, and much more. Higher levels of simulation will allow you to use your machine's kinematics to simulate machining with the actual machine tool visually.
 
Work holding can also be modeled and added to simulation to complete the visual inspection of the part being machined as well as everything else involved.

This is a huge potential to review the program and make necessary corrections to avoid any errors or mistakes. Once the metal is cut, there is no going back.

  1. Improved Control Over Job Programming

Maintaining a streamlined workload for the machines in the shop floor and also having control of the machining time with 80% accuracy will help the organization to plan and commit. It is always better to check it than chance it.

  1. Powerful 3 Axis CNC Programming Operations

No Job is complex when you use CAM programming. The CAM tool helps in optimizing the tool path and sequence of operation before the metal is cut. CAM software provides high-speed machine toolpaths that deliver a host of benefits that all equal up to reduced cycle times, less tool wear, and a reduction in machine wear and tear over the long term. High-speed toolpaths allow you to improve the quality of cutting by eliminating the stop and go actions that traditional offset toolpath creates. The rounded more circular cutting motions at higher speeds allow a constant tool engagement with the material, deeper cuts, and the ability to use more of the cutting tool itself. High-speed machining can improve CNC machine productivity by as much as 50%.

  1. Multiaxis CAM Technology Makes Complex Machining Simple and Cost-Effective

Simultaneous 4 and 5 Axis CNC machining can be the most difficult to create NC programs for. CAD-CAM software provides the solutions to make these types of CNC jobs much easier than ever before. This starts with 4th Axis indexing and rotary machining jobs that require a toolpath and special post-processing that only a CAM system can offer. Posting can even be customized by the operator with a little training for a wide variety of 4 and 5 Axis machines. Full 5 axis toolpaths include surface-based machining operations that accommodate port milling, SWARF and undercutting type toolpath strategies as well as 3+2 programming.

 
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