Knowledge-based machining

Aug. 22, 2001
CAMWorks 2001 leverages the power and flexibility of the SolidWorks assembly mode to support NC programming for production machining and more accurately represent the virtual machining environment.

CAMWorks 2001 leverages the power and flexibility of the SolidWorks assembly mode to support NC programming for production machining and more accurately represent the virtual machining environment. With Machining Intelligence for Automation, CAMWorks 2001 includes automatic feature recognition, interactive feature recognition, and knowledge-based machining. ProCAM II features advanced automatic feature recognition, Solids machining capabilities, expanded user control over toolpath, increased technology database capabilities, and a fully compliant Windows interface.

TekSoft Inc., 16121 N. 78 St., Suite 101, Scottsdale, AZ 85260, (480) 367-0132.

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