ESPRIT Mold v9 at Eurostampi 2008, Parma, Italy, April 3-5

ESPRIT Mold v9 computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software will be exhibited by CAM industry innovator DP Technology at Eurostampi 2008, to take place April 3-5 at the Parma Fairground, Parma, Italy.

Eurostampi 2008, International Dies & Molds, Presses & Injection Machines Exhibition, is an international attraction for those within the manufacturing industry. Featuring roughly 200 companies specializing in the mold sector, Eurostampi takes place in conjunction with six additional industry fairs that cover a wide range of machining technologies.

Opportunities for one-on-one demonstrations and presentations of new features available within the latest generation of ESPRIT Mold will be made available at the show, where visitors can also expect interaction with staff from DP Technology.

The latest release of ESPRIT Mold includes significant performance increases for the 3D programmer that results in the reduction of cycle times of 25-50 percent or more while simultaneously increasing part quality and reducing programming time and effort.

ESPRIT Mold is a member of the ESPRIT family of CAM software, which also includes programming for 2-5 axis milling, 2-22 axis turning, 2-5 axis wire EDM, and multitasking mill-turn machining and B-axis milling.

Each year, a new version of the ESPRIT Mold software is released, providing users with significant advancements. This particular release incorporates a large number of advancements that include a new geometric kernel that provides support for a wider variety of solid and surface part geometry, enhanced 3-axis machining cycles for increased performance, improved user interface - making it easier and quicker to create toolpath-improvements to the existing 5-axis machining cycles, and a new 5-axis "AutoTilt" machining cycle that automatically creates a collision free 5-axis machining cycle from existing 3-axis toolpath. ESPRIT Mold is designed to run on both Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Vista operating systems.

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