Salon de la technologie de fabrication de Montréal | Du 11 au 13 mai 2020 | Place Bonaventure | Montréal (Québec)
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology is still in its infancy, relative to established techniques such as milling, anyway. Like any infant, it is progressing at a dramatic rate. The image of AM as the 3D printing that goes on in a box in a corner is already out of date. Mainstream manufacturers like DMG Mori and Mazak are offering hybrid machines; equipment with both deposition (AM) and reductive (milling) capabilities. Autodesk PowerMill 2019 is designed to meet the growing demand for hybrid manufacturing.
PowerMill has been an expert CAM product for subtractive machining for decades and over the years it has developed into an advanced CAM solution, incorporating capabilities for 3-5 axis machinery as well as modules for robotics, all integrated within the same platform.
PowerMill 2019 is the first time that users will have access to the additive functionality as well.
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