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InventorCAM 2014 Makes a Big Splash at Autodesk University 2013

Press release date: January 1, 2014

InventorCAM from SolidCAM is the leading integrated CAM for Autodesk Inventor. InventorCAM's CAM software, with modules for all CNC applications, includes the revolutionary patented iMachining, and is seamlessly integrated in Autodesk Inventor. It has full toolpath associativity to the Inventor model, automatically synchronizing the toolpath to model changes.

InventorCAM 2014 has more than 100 new enhancements across all its modules: iMachining 2D & 3D, 2.5D Milling, HSS, HSR/HSM, Sim 5X, Turning, Advanced Mill-Turn for multi-turret and multi-spindle machines, as well as a new module - Solid Probe.

SolidCAM exhibited InventorCAM 2014, which is a Certified Partner Product for Autodesk Inventor, on its booth at Autodesk University 2013, December 3-5, in Las Vegas, USA. Autodesk University took a new turn in 2013, making a special feature of the latest in manufacturing software from SolidCAM and associated CNC machine technology, in a conference that had traditionally focused on design for mechanical, architecture, civil engineering and computer graphic animation. 

Huge screens on the InventorCAM booth displayed the latest advances in InventorCAM’s CNC Machining technology, including its revolutionary iMachining and, coupled with the adjoining HAAS CNC machines, enabled hundreds of mechanical design-oriented attendees to see the design to manufacture process in action. Many commented on how interesting and exciting CAM technology is now and how they would be more open to in-house CNC machining production.  Even those in other design areas voiced their interest in CAM as, for many, it was the first time Autodesk had prominently featured CAM and CNC machining.   Carl Bass, CEO of Autodesk, mentioned CAM several times in his Keynote address and there were special breakout sessions focused on educating people on how they can turn their designs into reality using CNC machines.

Shaun Mymudes, COO of SolidCAM Inc. of North America commented, "AU 2013 was a successful show for us, with Autodesk promoting the subtractive CNC technology of CAM in addition to its traditional focus on 3D printing.  The CAM pavilion was continuously active and people were eager to know more about InventorCAM, iMachining and CNC machining in general.  Our ability to provide the full integrated CAM solution for Inventor, Inventor LT and AutoCAD, put us in a great position to really reach out to a new audience." 

About SolidCAM
SolidCAM is the leader in integrated CAM. SolidCAM’s CAM software is integrated both in SolidWorks and in Autodesk Inventor. InventorCAM is SolidCAM's product that is seamlessly integrated in Inventor.

SolidCAM’s integrated CAD/CAM solution supports  the complete range of major manufacturing applications, including 2.5D Milling, iMachining 2D & 3D, High Speed Surface milling, 3D Milling/High-Speed Machining, Multi-sided Indexial 4/5 axes Milling, Simultaneous 5 axes Milling, Turning, Advanced Mill-Turn, Solid Probe and WireEDM.

olidCAM's patented, unique revolutionary iMachining 2D and 3D technology saves 70% in CNC machining time and more, and extends tool life dramatically. The iMachining technology Wizard provides a reliable partner by automatically determining speeds and feeds and other machining parameters. iMachining provides unbelievable savings and increased efficiency in CNC milling operations, translating into profits and success. All SolidCAM customers worldwide, who use iMachining, are enjoying immense savings! 

SolidCAM has been a Consistent Growth Leader in CAM. Along with a worldwide direct sales channel, it has a worldwide CAM reseller network covering 50 countries. The industrial user base includes more than 19,000 seats installed.

For more information
Emil Somekh 
SolidCAM
Tel: +972-3-5333150
emil.somekh@solidcam.com
www.solidcam.com
www.inventorcam.com

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