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January 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Cimatron Limited (NASDAQ and TASE: CIMT), a leading provider of integrated CAD/CAM solutions for the toolmaking and manufacturing industries, announced today that its acclaimed GibbsCAM software will be demonstrated at the SolidWorks World 2013 Conference.
The Conference will also feature a presentation by GibbsCAM on "Machining SolidWorks Features". To be delivered by
Steve Aughinbaugh, GibbsCAM applications engineer, from
Monday, January 21, 2013, the presentation will highlight GibbsCAM's new capabilities that provide optimal integration between SolidWorks and GibbsCAM. The presentation focuses on the simplification of machining solids created in SolidWorks. Mr. Aughinbaugh will demonstrate how GibbsCAM uses Knowledge Based Machining to automatically read SolidWorks part features and machine them with a single mouse click. In addition to the presentation, GibbsCAM demonstrations will be available in Booth 606 of the Partner Pavilion. The conference is being held from
January 20-23, 2013, at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin hotel facility, in
Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
GibbsCAM, a SolidWorks Certified CAM Product, has many new capabilities providing seamless integration between SolidWorks and GibbsCAM. This year's presentation will be centered on new automation functionality, GibbsCAM Feature Manager, which reads and preserves features from SolidWorks files. Feature Manager enables the NC programmer to read features from the SolidWorks Feature Tree, such as extrusions, patterns, and revolved features, easily identify and select areas for machining, and apply machining processes required to make the part. Perhaps of greatest benefit to users, is GibbsCAM's unique ability to handle the inevitable engineering changes that require modifying a part. When an updated part file is transferred into GibbsCAM, it automatically identifies changed features and updates all machining processes with one or two clicks of the mouse. The result is faster programming and more accurate parts produced more quickly. SolidWorks users also benefit from GibbsCAM's unique user interface, making it easy to learn and use, for both designers and manufacturing professionals.