ICAM Offers Factory Approved Post-Processing & Simulation for MODIG Machines

Montreal, April 14, 2014 - ICAM Technologies Corporation (ICAM) has entered into a Strategic Marketing Agreement with Modig Machine Tool (Modig) from Virserum, Sweden. This agreement provides ICAM access to Modig’s proprietary machine and controller information and other machine related specifications.
 
The sharing of technical knowledge and other resources allows customers to benefit from the rapid and successful integration of factory tested and proven post-processors and machine simulators for Modig’s full line of machine tools for single CAM or multi-CAM manufacturing environments. Modig’s sales team will also be equipped with ICAM demonstration software that will allow them show all advanced machine features and functions to prospects, virtually, from their laptops.

This agreement also enables customers to benefit from ICAM's 42 years of NC post-processing experience with multi-axis machining applications including path planning, tool-tip programming, coordinate frame transformations, NURBS interpolation and arc fitting of point-to-point data.

Additionally, ICAM’s integrated machine tool simulation solution enables NC programmers to graphically simulate and test programs for collisions easily and automatically during post-processing, before the machine code is implemented within the production environment. 

“David Modig, President at Modig Machine Tools says, ICAM’s unique post-processing and simulation products allow our customers to take full advantage our machine’s capabilities. And with ICAM’s Virtual Machine, customers can graphically simulate and test their NC programs during post-processing; thereby, minimizing costly prove-outs on the shop floor.”

“ICAM is strongly committed to the European aerospace market by providing leading-edge post-processing and simulation solutions,” says John Nassr, ICAM’s President. “With ICAM and Modig’s strengthened relationship, customers can take comfort in knowing that they will have easier access to Modig’s highly productive and accurate machines in single or multi-CAM environments.”

About Modig
Modig Machine Tool was founded in 1948 in Virserum, Sweden. Right from the beginning, the focus was on machine building and Modig’s lathes, universal drills and machining centers that quickly became well known all over the world. During the 1980’s Modig started to develop machining centers for high-speed machining. In 1987 the first center was introduced in the market and since then, Modig has constantly developed new and improved products for high speed machining applications. Modig is family owned and renowned as one of the world’s leading companies within the high-speed machining technology market that specialize in aircraft production equipment. Modig’s customers usually purchase a whole concept where idea and problem solving, manufacturing, testing, training and support are all integral parts.  Boeing Airbus, SAAB, Embraer, Gulfstream, Bombardier and Spirit are among the companies using Modig products.  For more information, visit www.modig.se.

About ICAM Technologies Corporation
For over 40 years, ICAM Technologies Corporation has been specializing in the development and implementation of advanced NC post-processing solutions for manufacturers in major industries around the world. ICAM has added an integrated machine tool simulator, Virtual Machine®, with the provision for G-code verification driven by ICAM Control EmulatorTM to its product mix that further strengthened its position in the NC manufacturing market. ICAM customers benefit from dramatic improvements to CNC machine optimization, NC programmer productivity and manufacturing process efficiency. ICAM's unique technology and services provide its customers and industry partners with the competitive edge that their business operations and customers demand. Visit www.icam.com for further information.

Contact Information
ICAM Technologies Corporation
Phil Masella
Manager Marketing & Communications
Tel: +1 (514) 697-8033
Email Contact

Modig Machine Tool
David Modig
President
Tel: +46 (0) 495 496 03
david.modig@modig.se




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