CAM Reads Native Solidworks

Feb. 17, 2005
Esprit 2005 CAM software reads and machines from native SolidWorks part files.

The CAM package provides adaptive machining, assuring that any changes made to CAD models are applied to the G-Code. This lets the software adapt to varying part geometries and automate engineering changes. Feature exchange streamlines CNC programming and eliminates input and verification of data associated with part features. CAD features import directly as CAM features, generating precise part definitions.

DP Technology Inc.,
1150 Avenida Acaso, Camarillo, CA 93012,
(805) 388-6000,
dptechnology.com

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