A new version of PAS CMM for SolidWorks will be on display at SolidWorks World 2011
January 3rd, 2010 – PAS Technology, developer of the revolutionary PAS CMM automation software, announced the release of a new version of PAS CMM for SolidWorks, an add-on that enables users to automate and manage CMM programming directly from their familiar SolidWorks environment.
With PAS CMM for SolidWorks, users can utilize their SolidWorks models and drawings, including GD&T, to create CMM programs in just three easy steps. The integrated solution enables even non-expert users to generate CMM programs in minutes instead of hours or days. PAS can automatically add balloons to the SolidWorks drawings, allowing users to create an inspection plan and generate inspection reporting and visual inspection results.
“We are excited to bring our solution to the SolidWorks world,” said Sam Golan, PAS Technology’s President and CEO. “PAS CMM has a successful track record of enabling leading designers and manufacturers to dramatically reduce the time and effort required for producing CMM programs. The tight integration between the two products will provide even greater time and cost savings to organizations that use SolidWorks.”
SolidWorks users and resellers participating in the 2011 SOLIDWORKS World will be able to see a demonstration of the PAS CMM solution in booth #102. The event will take place in San Antonio TX, from January 23rd to January 26th. PAS CMM for SolidWorks is available from PAS Technology and authorized resellers. For more information by PAS TECHNILOGY expert, see the
PAS Technology website.
About PAS Technology
PAS (Production Automation Solutions) is focused on the quality assurance process of complex parts, one of the most costly steps in the manufacturing value chain. Based on advanced feature recognition and patent-pending algorithms, PAS CMM automates the creation of CMM programs from any CAD file, delivering proven time and cost savings of up to 97%. The PAS CMM solution is used by leading manufacturers worldwide including Cormer Aerospace, Elbit Systems, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and SPX Precision Components. For more information, visit www.pastechnology.com.