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New SmartCAM Cut Simulation Using ModuleWorks Verification
New SmartCAM Cut Simulation Using ModuleWorks Verification

NEWS RELEASE: SmartCAMcnc announces licensing agreement for ModuleWorks Cut Simulation

ModuleWorks Simulation Module will be integrated into SmartCAM v2017 applications.

Monday, November 28, 2016 - Springfield, Oregon - SmartCAMcnc, developer of the SmartCAM software suite for CNC programming, has announced a licensing agreement with ModuleWorks to use their cutting-edge simulation technology module. SmartCAMcnc will integrate the module for all new verification components in their SmartCAM v2017 computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) products.

"We're very excited about our relationship with ModuleWorks, and all the technologies and advanced capabilities they offer." said Doug Oliver, SmartCAMcnc's Senior Product Manager.

With the agreement, ModuleWorks market-proven stock removal, error detection, toolpath analysis and backplotting technology replaces SmartCAM's current verification tools.

"For v2017, our milling and turning customers will immediately benefit from the new, integrated ModuleWorks material removal verification engine, which offers seamless dynamic viewing in the main graphics window, along with simultaneous toolpath display.

"ModuleWorks is a clear leader in providing state-of-the-art CAM components. We look forward to the added value this brings to our users as we continue to leverage these capabilities in future SmartCAM releases." Oliver went on to say."

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.

To monitor further developments please visit www.SmartCAMcnc.com.

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Media Contact: Hugh Caldwell
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