Monday, 9/12

11:00 to 11:55 a.m. / W-192-B

Session Topic: Discover Adaptive Post-Processing — The Evolution of Machine Tool Simulation

Adaptive post-processing is a new technology that allows CAD/CAM users to concentrate on programming for production. In one process, this technology can post-process the programmed CAM part program for the selected machine tool, automatically remove machine over-travels, remove air-cut motions, eliminate collisions with in-process stock, and optimize feed-rate.

This unique, integrated process removes the traditional manufacturing solutions process that incorporates a sequential process, including CAM programming, post-processing, G-code machine simulation, and error reporting. Adaptive post-processing also offers complete flexibility to move a 5-axis manufacturing program to differing machines equipped with different controllers and machine kinematics.

Adaptive post-processing automatically adapts the CAM tool-path program to the selected CNC machine, dramatically reducing (25% to 35%) both programming time as well as machine cycle time.

Jean-Nicolas Ruby

Vice President of Technical Marketing and Support Services
Icam Technologies Corp.

Jean-Nicolas Ruby started working at ICAM Technologies in 2006 as a technical support manager in charge of the support group for post-processing and machine simulation, he is now the vice president of technical marketing and support services.

ICAM Technologies Corp. is an international company specializing in the development and implementation of advanced NC post-processing and machine tool simulation solutions for manufacturers in every major industry around the world.

IMTS 2016 Booth #E-3217

www.icam.com