Manufacturers around the world use BobCAD-CAM CNC programming software to design and import 3D models of prototypes, custom parts, and mass-produced parts for machining. The software uses solid model designs to create toolpaths and NC g-code, which is the programming language that controls CNC machine tools for mill, router, plasma, laser, waterjet, lathe, and wire EDM machines.
Version 28 of the software builds on the company’s 30 years of CAD-CAM innovations which include a powerful CAD design system, an easy to use wizard driven interface, Dynamic Machining Strategies™, advanced 2-5 axis high speed adaptive toolpath capabilities, realistic simulations, and much more.
The new v28 series CAD-CAM software for CNC programming offers:
– Improved Drawing Control in CAD
– Custom Tool Shapes for Milling Tools
– Upgrades to the Hole Drilling System
– New Tabbing Options
– Enhancements to Wrapped Toolpath Capabilities
– A New Simulation Interface
– A Brand New Mill Turn Module
– And Much More!
Greg Myers, Development Executive at BobCAD-CAM, had this to say about the product launch, “We’re all very excited about v28. We spent a lot of time talking with clients and getting feedback on what was needed and where we could improve. I’m happy to say we were able to roll out a lot of those key features and upgrades with v28. I’m also thrilled to launch our brand new Mill Turn module which we’ve been developing for some time now.”
BobCAD-CAM’s Mill Turn module launches with v28 today. This software is designed for the increasingly popular mill turn / multitasking machine configurations and can support complex machine setups that can include multiple turrets, multiple spindles, programmable tailstocks & steady rests, and machines with 5 Axis Milling Heads, C, and Y axis capabilities.
All together, the v28 series and Mill Turn module launch is one of the company’s most significant product debut’s in their 30-year history.
Click HERE to learn more about the new BobCAD-CAM v28 software series or contact BobCAD-CAM directly at 877-262-2231 or 727-442-3554. The company also offers free software demos which can be downloaded HERE.
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