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10/09/08 02:47 PM
EdgeCAM Brings Intelligent Solids-Based Machining Capabilities to SolidWorks 2006 new Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

EdgeCAM Brings Intelligent Solids-Based Machining Capabilities to SolidWorks 2006


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Though an interesting piece of PR, this article is also extremely misleading. Maybe I have a different definition of "tightly integrated" but file transfers, even those that directly read native data, ARE NOT tightly integrated. In addition, associativity between CAD and CAM data can facilitate semi-automatic updates of process data based on incremental changes in design, but some design changes require a new process strategy which can not be accommodated through associativity. Finally, though SolidWorks' Partner Program is explained, there is no indication which category EdgeCAM falls under leaving it up to the reader to (inaccurately) deduce which it has been graded at.


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