Efficient and tool-friendly stock removal with hyperMILL®
OPEN MIND at CIMES 2012 in Peking/China
Rapid stock removal without excess tool wear crucially depends on the available machining strategies and the toolpaths that are generated. OPEN MIND meets this challenge - one that Chinese manufacturers are also facing - with its powerful CAM solution, hyperMILL®. This software offers numerous automated programming options, ranging from sophisticated feature and macro technology to intelligent macros and functions such as transformation and mirroring. Innovative technologies and machining strategies avoid redundant tool movements, reduce machine running times, and improve processes. Machining strategies include 2D, 3D, HSC, 5axis milling, and mill/turn strategies.
Machine-specific NC programs
OPEN MIND is furthermore presenting its proprietary postprocessors at the twelfth CIMES, a major international trade fair with over 60,000 visitors from 64 countries. OPEN MIND's postprocessors generate NC programs from neutral CAM data that are optimised to match the customer's machines and controllers. OPEN MIND develops almost all of its own postprocessors to offer more efficient toolpaths.
Über OPEN MIND Technologies AG
OPEN MIND Technologies AG is a leading developer of CAD/CAM software and postprocessors for designing and manufacturing complex moulds and parts. OPEN MIND offers an extensive range of products, from 2D feature-oriented solutions for milling standard parts through to software for 5axis simultaneous machining.
With their hyperMILL® software, which is used in the automotive, tool and mould manufacturing, mechanical engineering, medical and aerospace, and watch and jewellery industries, OPEN MIND Technologies AG is represented in all the important markets in Asia, Europe and North America.
OPEN MIND Technologies AG is a Mensch und Maschine company (www.mum.de).
Weitere Pressemitteilungen dieses Herausgebers
- 08.05.2013 - CNC-Maschinen besser nutzen mit hyperMILL®
- 07.05.2013 - Schneller zur perfekten Form mit hyperMILL®
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