February 14, 2012 - ModuleWorks, the leading supplier of CAD/CAM components for 3-5-Axis toolpath generation and simulation have confirmed their partnership with Turkish CAD/CAM provider, SolidCNC.
SolidCNC develop an easy to use solution for milling, wire and turning applications with an emphasis on the mold and die industry.
New releases of SolidCNC will incorporate ModuleWorks 3-Axis machining and material removal simulation technology providing an expanded range of toolpath strategies and state-of-the-art verification with toolpath analysis.
SolidCNC join the growing list of leading CAD/CAM vendors who have selected ModuleWorks to provide machining and/or simulation technology for their CAM solutions with CIMData figures now showing that ModuleWorks partner with more than 60% of the leading suppliers.
Mr. Ata Demiray, CEO, seen above completing the agreement with Yavuz Murtezaoglu, ModuleWorks founder and Managing Director comments “We conducted a detailed evaluation of potential solutions, including a make or buy comparison and ModuleWorks was a clear winner for our requirements, especially time to market. All of customers will soon benefit with fast, accurate verification and more choices for toolpath generation”
Yavuz Murtezaoglu comments “We’re very pleased to be able to announce SolidCNC as a new partner in a rapidly growing geography. SolidCNC provide a comprehensive solution for manufacturing and the addition of ModuleWorks’ toolpath and verification technology will complement the product and add value for customers”.
SolidCNC is a CAM provider servicing the manufacturing industry and specializing in Mold and Die technology. Products include solutions for Milling, Wire and Turning applications.
ModuleWorks is a software component provider for the CAD/CAM industry. ModuleWorks’ expertise in 5-Axis simultaneous machining and Simulation is recognised throughout the CAM industry and its software components and development services are used by the majority of the leading CAM vendors. ModuleWorks 5-Axis and Simulation software has been used in the manufacture of complex parts for over a decade and they have many users in the global CAD/CAM industry.