April 3, 2013
Surfcam will use their seminar session at HaasTec 2013 to show how even novice users can create G-code to produce the exact results needed on the shop floor.
SURFCAM supports and provides Haas-specific post processors in both M-Post and S-Post in SURFCAM.
Surfcam, Inc., developers of SURFCAM CAD/CAM Systems, is the latest addition to the Vero Software family, and their participation in HaasTec 2013 further demonstrates the Group’s continuing support of Haas’ technology, machine tools and customers.
HaasTec will take place at the Haas headquarters, 2800 Sturgis Road, Oxnard, California from April 9 – 12. The event will run from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. daily.
SURFCAM offers machine shops using Haas CNC machines an easy to use, SolidWorks associative CAD/CAM system with powerful capabilities to generate 2 to 5 axis simultaneous toolpaths with verification. Haas customers can also take advantage of over a dozen Haas machine specific post processors included in SURFCAM with the ability to increase material removal rates by 5 times on their Haas CNC machine using TRUEMill technology.
Surfcam, Inc., will be presenting the latest release of SURFCAM 6, available in multiple languages, during their HaasTec Seminar Session on Friday, April 12 at 10:00 A.M. PST. Attendees to this presentation will see for themselves how SURFCAM’s extreme ease of use, coupled with powerful toolpath control, can create g-code that any Haas customer can immediately take advantage of. Whether it is importing native CAD geometry, working with fully associative SolidWorks files or applying sharable “Best Machining Practice” templates, or verifying a complete operation, SURFCAM will demonstrate how even a novice user can efficiently create exactly the results required on the shop floor.