The Senior Technical Advisor at BobCAD-CAM, Cody Sheppard, will be hosting the live event to provide a variety of easy strategies and toolsets that machinists can use to incorporate artistic components into their CNC machined parts. He’ll be using the new BobART artistic CAD software for the demonstration.
- Turning Hand Drawn Sketches into Toolpath Programming
- Applying Artistic Components to 3D Surfaces
- Embossing 2D Artwork (Images, Logos, etc.)
- Creating Composite Designs Using Individual Embossed Components
- Engraving Text & Images
“Artistic CAD is one of my favorite applications,” explains Cody Sheppard. “It’s packed with tons of great tools that allow you to get really creative with your machining. So many of the machinists that I speak with love it because it drives more revenue for them. They’re able to take on more job types and do more with the jobs already in the door.”
BobART software is available as an add-on module for BobCAD-CAM’s flagship CAD-CAM product and can now be used in the company’s plug-in CAM product for SOLIDWORKS™ – BobCAM. The BobART plug-in for SOLIDWORKS is a brand new product, which released with the company’s BobCAM V5 software in December 2015. It’s the first art machining software of its kind for SOLIDWORKS.
For further information on BobART artistic CAD software, click HERE.
Cody Sheppard is a professionally certified BobCAD-CAM Software Operator. He’s completed advanced coursework through both BobCAD-CAM and SOLIDWORKS™ training programs. As part of his job, he provides machinists with technical advice on CNC programming to help them machine better parts in less time.
Topic: “Top 5 Ways You Could Be Using Artistic CAD”
Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT
Registration will be open through the start of the webinar, or until full. Space is limited, interested parties are encouraged to sign up and arrive early to secure a spot.
New Version 28 BobART Software
Free trial copies of the new BobCAD-CAM V28 BobART software are available HERE.
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