Edgecam Workflow on Display at EASTEC 2013

May 8, 2013

Edgecam, a global leader in CAM solutions for solids machining, will be demonstrating their next generation release – Workflow – at EASTEC 2013, taking place May 14 – 16, 2013 at the Eastern States Exhibition in West Springfield, MA.

Workflow has been specifically designed for manufacturers to reduce costs, improve quality and hit shorter lead times.  The new release guides the user through the programming process in four easy and quick steps – part setup, feature creation, toolpath creation, and post processing.  Once each step is complete, the user moves seamlessly to the next stage, completing each process in turn, resulting in a fully programmed, fully collision-checked part with swift and accurate CNC code generated.

Workflow will have a significant impact on shortening programming time, and because it is so simple to operate, the learning curve for new users is considerably reduced. The traditional CAM commands remain available at all times, and the user can alternate between the two.

Edgecam, in cooperation with reseller M2 Technologies, will be on booth 5573 demonstrating Workflow and highlighting the benefits of the latest release, Edgecam 2013 R1.

Edgecam and M2 Technologies:  Booth 5573

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