7/20/2015

Software Simulates Hybrid Manufacturing

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MachineWorks CAM software offers the functionality to simulate traditional CNC machining as well as additive manufacturing, plus perform quality checks on both processes and analysis of finished parts.

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MachineWorks CAM software offers the functionality to simulate traditional CNC machining as well as additive manufacturing, plus perform quality checks on both processes and analysis of finished parts. According to the developer, the software can perform complex geometrical calculations and solid model processing quickly and accurately. It offers flexibility and customization for adding material layer-by-layer and cutting on the same stock, and its method of handling solid meshes enables automatic processing of polygons.

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