Latest New Product News from Surfware, Inc.
CAD/CAM Software is powered by TrueMill toolpath technology.Surfware, Inc. Westlake Village, CA 91362
Sep 12, 2008 In addition to Engagement Milling technology, SURFCAM® Velocity 4 incorporates provision of recommended Truemill(TM) speeds/feeds, feedrate optimization, and Swift-carb custom designed TrueMill Series tools. It delivers 3-axis finishing with high-speed machining strategies featuring multiple processor support as well as automatic arc filtering. Other capabilities include 4- and 5-axis machining with precise control for safe tool motion in challenging applications.
Software optimizes 3-axis finishing and 4/5-axis machining.Surfware, Inc. Westlake Village, CA 91362
Jul 10, 2008 Powered by TrueMill® toolpath engine, SURFCAM Velocity® 4 supports 3-axis finishing with high-speed machining strategies that offer tapered tool support and minimize length of rapid motions. For 4/5-axis machining, program provides collision checking, collision avoidance, and toolpath containment. TrueMill technology controls load on tool to optimize productivity and extend tool life for all materials, including aluminum, steels, titanium, Inconel, and other exotics.
Machining Software handles complex parts.Surfware, Inc. Westlake Village, CA 91362
Jun 08, 2006 SURFCAM Velocity II includes RapidRough(TM) technology, which delivers single-step roughing through pre-finishing operation that minimizes programming and machining time in cores, cavities, and complex, multi-surface parts. Incorporating TrueMill(TM) technology, program promotes efficient bulk material removal process. It is suited for 3-axis, high-speed machining applications.
MIlling Software uses tool path engine for optimal control.Surfware, Inc. Westlake Village, CA 91362
Apr 21, 2005 SURFCAM Velocity utilizes TrueMill technology to control tool engagement with material. Software uses aggressive machining parameters to increase material removal rates for reduced cycle times. It generates smooth, fluid tool paths, free from spikes or sudden changes in tool load, that leverage motion-control capabilities of CNC machine tools and that also minimize stress on cutting tool and machine.
Other Company News From Surfware, Inc.
May 18, 2009
Surfware, Inc. and Data Flute CNC to Showcase TrueMill® and SSI-5 Series Cutters at EASTEC, 2009
Nov 17, 2005
Surfware's TrueMill technology Receives 2005 Technology of the Year Award
Oct 26, 2005
Surfware to Demonstrate SURFCAM Velocity at Haas "Need for Speed" Demo Day
Oct 13, 2005
Surfware to demonstrate SURFCAM Velocity powered by TrueMill at CMTS 2005
Sep 19, 2005
Surfware's Terminal Velocity Tour Extended
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