MOORPARK, California, November 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Cimatron Limited (NASDAQ and TASE: CIMT), a leading provider of integrated CAD/CAM software solutions for the toolmaking and manufacturing industries, today announced that Gibbs and Associates, developer of GibbsCAM ® software for programming CNC machine tools and a Cimatron company, will participate in four sessions within the manufacturing track at Autodesk University 2012, where it will also have an exhibit. Bill Gibbs, company founder and president, will chair the panel discussion on the future of CAD/CAM, and will be a member of two other panels, one discussing integration and interoperability, and another on CAM selection criteria and considerations. Mario Guerrero, Gibbs' technical support manager and GibbsCAM trainer, will conduct a hands-on demonstration of a GibbsCAM workflow for making and programming parts for CNC machining. The company will also exhibit its latest version of GibbsCAM, in Booth 435. Autodesk University 2012 will run from November 27-29, at Mandalay Bay, 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada.
"We are pleased and excited to support Autodesk in its industry education and forum for discussing topics important to business, design, engineering and manufacturing," said Bill Gibbs. "Aside from helping manufacturers plan for the future and make critical decisions today, Autodesk University provides us a great opportunity to demonstrate GibbsCAM interoperability with Inventor, and GibbsCAM's superiority in ease of use, flexibility and efficiency in programming CNCs of all types, even the most complex multi-axis, multi-task machines, using models created with Autodesk Inventor."
Early this year, GibbsCAM was certified for Autodesk Inventor 2013, marking the twelfth consecutive year that the software has been certified for Autodesk Inventor, and Gibbs and Associates continues to be an authorized member of the Autodesk Developer Network and an Autodesk Authorized Independent Software Vendor. GibbsCAM offers seamless integration with Inventor, directly reading Autodesk Inventor IPT (part model) files, preserving all color information assigned within Inventor to provide continuity in recognizing and communicating part and feature attributes.