ACIS 3D Modeling Kernel, OpenGL Graphics Added to All SmartCAM V14 Apps; System Requirements Upgraded to Support Improvements
Thursday, January 11, 2007 - Eugene Oregon - SmartCAMcnc has announced that the ACIS® 3D modeling kernel from Spatial Technologies, and the powerful, industry-standard OpenGL 3D graphics interface are being added to all SmartCAM V14 applications, providing solid model import, export and display capability. The system requirements for SmartCAM V14 applications have been upgraded in support of those enhancements.
SmartCAM V14.0 is scheduled for an early Q2 2007 release.
The addition of the prominent ACIS 3D modeling engine gives all SmartCAM V14 users the ability to work directly from ACIS solids or IGES surface models. Previously this capability was available only to SmartCAM FreeForm Machining and SmartCAM Advanced Milling users.
Industry standard, OpenGL 3D graphics provides SmartCAM V14 users with dynamic viewing and shaded surface picking of solid models in the main graphics window.
SmartCAM CAM software (computer-aided manufacturing software) provides CNC manufacturing solutions for milling, turning, fabrication, and wire EDM applications. It is exclusively developed by SmartCAMcnc. SmartCAMcnc provides maintenance contracts, updates, upgrades and technical support for all SmartCAM users, regardless of version.
All SmartCAM products include updated data translators and market leading NC editing software.
About SmartCAM & SmartCAMcnc
For over 30 years, the SmartCAM family of computer-aided manufacturing software provides toolpath modeling and CNC programming for prismatic production work to complex molds, dies, and prototypes. SmartCAMcnc provides affordable maintenance contracts, updates, upgrades and technical support for all SmartCAM users. All SmartCAM applicatons include standard CAD translators, and optional native CAD translators.
SmartCAMcnc is an Oregon-based company that develops and markets the SmartCAM suite of computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software for the benefit of its worldwide customer base. Gregg Olson, founder and president of SmartCAMcnc, has been involved in developing CNC programming systems since 1979, with over two decades of experience in various product development capacities for Weber Systems, Point Control, CAMAX, and SDRC.
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