ICAM to Release CAM-POST V19 at IMTS 2010
ICAM Technologies Corporation announces that it will release *CAM-POST® V19, the latest version of its NC post-processing development software, at IMTS 2010 (Booth E-3917).
CAM-POST V19 is an interactive NC post-processing development and management software that interfaces with the most popular CAD / CAM / PLM systems, CNC controllers and machine tools.
CAM-POST V19 forms an integral part of ICAM’s “Integrated PSE” suite of products that provides a unique environment for Post-processing, Simulation and Emulation inside a single software platform.
“Integrated PSE” also provides the means to compute in-process stock geometry to identify, list and display surface gouges, excess material, inaccessible areas and rapid-motion collisions at any time during the post-processing and verification phase.
Based on current NC manufacturing challenges faced by leading companies in the aerospace and automotive industries, CAM-POST V19 incorporates numerous technological enhancements and functions specifically catered to this evolving market.
Building on its advanced “forward-looking” features such as path planning and rotary axes pre-positioning / winding, developed to enhance the machining process while avoiding dwell marks, over-traveling and rotary repositioning, “Integrated PSE” V19 offers an array of new features to its end-users including:
- Mill / Turn Simulation with Material Removal
- Built-in support for Mill / Turn sub-spindle or back spindle
- Probing Simulation
- RTCP and LCS Support
- New flexible GENER & CeRun user interface layout
- Windows XP, Vista and 7 compliant installation and operation
“Version 19 of ICAM’s “Integrated PSE” provides our customers with a powerful software tool allowing for post-processing and simulation with G-code verification for advanced machining applications including Mill / Turns,” says Brian Francis, ICAM’s Director of Research and Development. “We will be demonstrating the new features of version 19 at IMTS 2010, so drop by to take a first look!”