Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) uses computer software and hardware to automate manufacturing processes. CAM is often used in conjunction with computer-aided design (CAD).
Latest in Computer–aided Manufacturing CAM
MecSoft Releases RhinoCAM 2021
This is the latest version of MecSoft’s fully integrated computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) plug-in for Rhino 6 and 7.
OPEN MIND Debuts hyperMILL 2021.1 CAD/CAM Software Suite
Innovations and enhancements optimize machining tools and molds and more.
How to Leverage High-Strength 3D Printing
Can't figure out how to integrate high-strength 3D printing into your manufacturing workflow? Try a new perspective. Learn more.
SmartCAM v2021 Debuts
One major highlight is that Process Model Viewers are optional for all SmartCAM application product families.
Hybrid Program for CNC Machining Training
Goal is to foster development of next-gen high-tech machinists in the U.S.
Hexagon Acquires DP Technology
DP Technology is a developer and supplier of computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) technology.
DeskProto Releases Free CAM Software for Linux
The DeskProto CAM software now also is available as native Linux application, suited for various Linux distributions.
DP Technology Enhances ESPRIT CAM System With AI Capabilities
The CAM system's AI uses a digital twin of the CNC machine, tooling and workholding to drive ESPRIT's most advanced...
Mastercam Now Features New SGS Round Solid Carbide Tool Libraries
Provides seamless import of SGS round solid carbide tools into toolpath operations, company says.
Direct Link to Machining Simulation to Help Boost Efficiency
SURFCAM 2021 includes integration with NCSIMUL manufacturing simulation software to connect the virtual and real for greater productivity, company says.
IMAGINiT Earns Autodesk CAM Specialization
Manufacturers turn to IMAGINiT for end-to-end computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) solutions.
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