CAD/CAM software

  • 22-Jul-2010 01:23 EDT
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NCCS has expanded its CAD/CAM software product line to include a version of the in-process-verification software, NCL/IPV, that runs independently of NCL and allows users to run verification and machine simulation software without existing programming software. As a stand-alone product, NCL/IPV operates in conjunction with PostWorks, a universal 2- through 10-axis postprocessor generator. The software add-on creates an environment with improved flexibility for programming and machine simulation and strengthens the development of custom postprocessors and machine simulation. Benefits of the NCL/IPV in-process-verification software include increased productivity of CAM systems as well as improved shop profitability. The software is suitable for the aerospace, automotive, and turbo machinery industries.

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