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Contact: Tracy Afffleck
Pathtrace Systems, Inc.
3000 Town Center, Suite 830
Southfield, MI 48075
Seeing is believing – Pathtrace Showcases New EdgeCAM Machine Simulation at EMO Hannover 2005
Reading, ENGLAND, July 2005 – Productivity improvements take center stage on stand E75, Hall 15 at EMO Hannover, Germany 2005 where Pathtrace Engineering Systems will be showing the latest release of its EdgeCAM software.
EdgeCAM Simulator now offers full machine simulation, helping to avoid expensive collisions, optimize the cutting process and reduce cycle time.
All aspects of the machine tool are defined with easy-to-use graphical tools and can be configured for any machine type including mill/turn lathes and 5-axis milling machines.
Also at EMO 2005, EdgeCAM’s new comprehensive range of simultaneous 4- and 5-axis strategies will be previewed. The 5-axis strategies include swarf cutting for machining variable taper walls and sophisticated multi-surface finishing, while 4-axis simultaneous machining targets complex rotary applications such as camshafts and blades. New machining strategies will be available for both mill and B-axis mill/turn machine configurations with full support for solid and surface geometry.
EdgeCAM is a complete solution for milling, turning, mill/turn, advanced solids and freeform machining and solid modeling. For further information about the latest release of EdgeCAM, please visit
Pathtrace Engineering Systems is a division of Pathtrace plc. Pathtrace has offices in the UK, USA, China and Japan, complementing a worldwide network of resellers.
Pathtrace Engineering Systems is the developer of EdgeCAM an extremely powerful, but easy to use software solution devoted to automating the process of NC programming for metal cutting machine tools. For information about Pathtrace and EdgeCAM visit our website
www.edgecam.com. EdgeCAM is Windows 2000 Professional and XP compliant and has over 32,000 users worldwide.