Do you know the difference between SOLIDWORKS CAM and CAMWorks? Have you been considering a purchase but you aren't sure which product is best for your business? Join Hawk Ridge Systems CAM Specialist, Daniel Lyon, as he takes you through the features of the different CAM packages to decipher what each includes so you know which one is right for you.
Webinar Wednesday 08/09/2017 - Post processing is a critical part of any CAM system, and one that many CAM users don’t know how to manipulate effectively. Join our CAMWorks Technical Expert, Daniel Lyon, for an in-depth look at how you can customize your post processor to optimize machining performance and prevent costly mistakes and rework. You will learn how to create your own CAMWorks post processor using the Universal Post Generator and EC Editor and witness how the different post files interact with each other. Sign up for the webinar to dive under-the-covers of CAMWorks Post-processing and take control of your machining. -- Presented by Daniel Lyon
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Molds are often used in manufacturing to produce parts, the machinist are faced with the challenge of cutting these in a timely manner. CAMWorks has the Volumill technology to cut this machining time down by 80%. Discover how this powerful module will help you beat your manufacturing goals. In addition to Volumill, other 3 axis machining methods will be used to cut our example part, proving to you the complete flexibility CAMWorks has to offer. Join us to learn more about CAMWorks Volumill and 3 Axis milling.
When designing assemblies, if multiple parts can be machined together in one operation, it saves time and effort – but it can be challenging to manually bring parts together in a machining environment to generate toolpaths. The Nesting solutions available with CAMWorks offer a seamless process to lay out individual parts for machining as efficiently as possible, and then generate toolpaths for 2.5 axis machining with ease. CAMWorks is the most integrated CAM solution available for SOLIDWORKS, so changes to part components will propagate through to the nested file, and toolpaths will update on demand. Join us to learn more about the seamless art-to-part process using SOLIDWORKS, CAMWorks and NestingWorks, using the example of a fixed-wing drone.
This presentation will cover the CAMWorks turning module, as well as the Mill-Turn module and show how CAMWorks feature recognition and Knowledge-Based Machining applies across a wide range of machining processes. We will show how to implement the machine simulation and G-Code verification for multi-task machining, and we'll showcase the Wire-EDM programming capabilities available also.
When using CAMWorks turning, the software locatates the chuck on one side of the part by default. At times the user may wish to program from the opposide end. This video explains how to set up your coordinate point on the opposite end of the part.
Programming a part for machining is frequently the final stage in a design or development process, mainly because any last minute changes require the programming process to start afresh. CAMWorks, as the most integrated CAM solution for SOLIDWORKS completely streamlines the process of generating toolpaths and G-code to make your parts, and as a fully associative part of the SOLIDWORKS environment, changes are easily handled, updating the toolpath and machine code. We'll show how CAMWorks can be a seamless part of a design process along with other SOLIDWORKS tools, and how this complete art-to-part process reduces downtime and wasted effort.
Program complex Mill-Turn (multi-tasking) and Multiaxis machines quickly and easily with CAMWorks Mill-turn and 5 Axis modules. These easy-to-use modules are fully integrated into the SOLIDWORKS software. Come and see how CAMWorks features and operations are designed to make programming multiaxis toolpath is simple, understand how to use the sub spindle manager, and you'll also learn about programming for live tools. Register today to see this webinar and learn all the useful tips from our CAMWorks expert, Daniel Lyon.
This presentation will cover the CAMWorks Milling Modules. We will run through 2.5, 3 and 5 axis programming, as well as CAMWorks high speed machining Volumill toolpathing, which can greatly increase the efficiency of your machining operations. We will a
This video is a complete overview of CAMWorks programs in real time. We demonstrate CNC machining applications from 5 Axis machining of impeller blades, to high speed volumill toolpathing, along with many other CAMWorks visuals.