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December 20, 2013 - VisualCAM 2014 for SolidWorks includes 2 CAM modules – VisualCAM-MILL for SolidWorks and VisualCAM-TURN for SolidWorks – that run within SolidWorks CAD program. Offering parametric design and CAM capabilities, VisualCAM-MILL for SolidWorks is optimized for usability, design associativity, and speed. Used to program 2-axis CNC turning centers or lathes, VisualCAM-TURN 2014 includes 2-axis turning machining methods for handling complex programming tasks.

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MecSoft Corporation
18019, Sky Park Circle, Ste: KL
Irvine, CA, 92614-6386
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MecSoft Releases VisualCAM 2014 for SolidWorks


Irvine, CA: MecSoft Corporation, the developer of industry leading CAD/CAM software solutions, has announced the availability of VisualCAM 2014 for SolidWorks, a major version release for MecSoft’s integrated CAM solution for SolidWorks.

VisualCAM 2014 for SolidWorks includes 2 CAM modules known as VisualCAM-MILL for SolidWorks, and VisualCAM-TURN for SolidWorks, each of which run integrated inside the SolidWorks CAD program and can be bought and licensed independent of each other. The TURN module is a new module that is being introduced with the 2014 release. The MILL module was significantly enhanced and improved in this 2014 release to provide customers with a powerful and complete manufacturing platform. With the introduction of the TURN module, the earlier product name VisualMILL for SolidWorks has now been changed to VisualCAM for SolidWorks.

"This release is an important release for MecSoft, in that we are releasing a complete CAM product integrated inside SolidWorks. This CAM product features a brand new TURN module and also a greatly improved MILL module. With this new functionality together with the seamless integration inside SolidWorks, we continue to provide leading edge manufacturing capabilities for SolidWorks users worldwide.” stated Joe Anand, President and CEO of MecSoft Corporation.

A free demo of VisualCAM 2014 for SolidWorks can be downloaded at http://visualcamforsolidworks.com.

For more information, please visit mecsoft.com or call (949) 654-8163.

About MecSoft Corporation
Headquartered in Irvine, California, MecSoft Corporation is a worldwide leader in providing CNC software solutions for the small to mid-market segments. These solutions include products VisualCAD/CAM®, VisualCAM for SolidWorks®, RhinoCAM™, Alibre CAM®, and VisualXPORT®. These software products deliver powerful, easy-to-use and affordable solutions for users in the custom manufacturing, rapid tooling, mold making, aerospace, automotive, tool & die, woodworking, and education industries. For the latest news and information, visit mecsoft.com or call 949-654-8163.
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