In addition, Surfware recently received a Notice of Allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its Engagement Milling technology. A Notice of Allowance signifies that the application has been examined and is allowed for issuance as a patent. The U.S. Patent Office accepted all key aspects of the company's patent application.
Says Stephen Diehl, President and CEO of Surfware. "The mathematics and science behind Engagement Milling are revolutionary, and we have incorporated that technology into our SURFCAM product line as TrueMill. We are pleased to receive this Notice of Allowance because it serves to protect our intellectual property and proprietary technology that we developed and are demonstrating at IMTS."
SURFCAM Velocity 4 offers major improvements to 3-axis finishing, 4- and 5-axis machining and TrueMill, the proven industry leader in toolpath technology.
- 3-Axis Finishing: New high-speed machining strategies featuring faster processing, reduced length of rapid motions, tapered tool support, improved surface finish --- and more.
- 4/5-Axis Machining: precise control over every aspect of multi-axis machining ensuring safe tool motion in the most challenging applications. Support for all standard tools with collision checking, avoidance, toolpath containment -- and more.
- TrueMill: provision of recommended Truemill™ speeds and feeds, improved feedrate optimization, greatly reduced rapid motions, availability of custom designed TrueMill Series tools designed to further improve performance with TrueMill. With TrueMill, the more difficult to machine the material, the greater the competitive advantage.
"We are just beginning to demonstrate what this powerful technology can do," Diehl adds. "Because TrueMill is useful to a wide spectrum of industries, Surfware looks forward to providing custom and turnkey solutions, as well as partnering with vendors of complementary technologies as we continue to build on the great quality and scalability of our product." .
About Surfware, Inc.
Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, Surfware, Inc., the developer of SURFCAM Velocity CAD/CAM systems, provides optimal solutions for today's manufacturing challenges. Surfware, Inc. traces its roots back to three generations of Diehl family members involved in machining. Surfware's current president, Stephen Diehl, is the oldest of the third generation Diehl brothers and is personally involved in the development and creation of new ideas to improve SURFCAM Velocity. For additional information, visit www.surfware.com.
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