Dec 052011

SolidWorks Geometric Technologies CAMWorks (2011)

SolidWorks Geometric Technologies CAMWorks (2011) ! 796 MB
CAMWorks 2011 SP2.1 Multilanguage for SolidWorks 2010-2012 x86/x64 | 1.01GB


The company Geometric Ltd. (Mumbai / Bombay, India) – founded in 1984, is a leading global provider of PLM. The company is divided into
strategic alliances with many vendors including Dassault Systemes, Siemens PLM Software, PTC, and MSC.Software. Annual turnover – around U.S.
$ 130 million. In the 10 offices of the company (U.S., France, Romania, India and China) with nearly 3000 employees.
Development CAMWorks is from 1997 by TekSoft (Scottsdale, Arizona, USA). In 2005, TekSoft was acquired by Geometric Ltd. and later renamed
Geometric Technologies, Inc., 100% subsidiary of Geometric.

Year: 2011
Version: SP0
Developer: Geometric Technologies, Inc.
Platform: Windows 32bit & 64bit
Compatibility with Vista: complete
Compatible with Win7: complete
OS: 32bit & 64 bit
Language: Multilingual
Medicine: Yes

CAMWorks with Machining Intelligence is the most advanced CAM programming software available for getting products to market faster, more efficiently and within budget. CAMWorks is a next generation best-of-class CNC programming solution for producing molded parts from solid models.
CAMWorks is a SolidWorks? Certified Gold Product for Manufacturing/CAM Software that provides state-of-the-art machining capabilities seamlessly integrated into the award winning SolidWorks design software. As the first CAM solution to offer true knowledge-based machining capabilities, CAMWorks leads the way in advancements in Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) and Interactive Feature Recognition (IFR). CAMWorks offers true associative machining automatically accommodating changes to the part model, which eliminates time consuming CAM system rework due to design updates.
Being integrated into SolidWorks, CAMWorks allows a user to:
* Use a single file for CAD and CAM systems for your enterprise.
* Use the CAMWorks machining tree and commands at the click of a button along with SolidWorks and generate toolpaths without leaving the SolidWorks environment.
* Use the same SolidWorks geometry to generate toolpaths to ensure the part machined is the same as the part that is modeled.
* Eliminate time-consuming file transfers using standard file formats such as IGES and SAT.
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