Maximize The Performance Of Your 3-Axis Machines With ICAM’s M3 Adaptive Post-Processors

Montreal – October 11, 2017 – ICAM Technologies Corporation announces the release of its M3 Adaptive Post-Processing™ solution developed to maximize the productivity of 3-axis CNC milling machines.

This special bundle includes a custom 3-axis post-processor, integrated G-code simulator and advanced optimization modules designed to automatically optimize positioning tool-paths, eliminate air-cuts and adjust feed-rates according to the cutting depth of the material.

This integrated solution allows for the real-time evaluation of feedback from the post-processor and machining simulator to automatically create an optimized NC program for a target CNC machine. This occurs all in one step and in one process allowing CAD/CAM users to automatically and efficiently reduce NC programming and machining cycle time by up to 35%.

ICAM’s 3-axis Adaptive Post-Processing solution supports CATIA V5, 3D Experience, SIEMENS NX, Powermill, creo and Mastercam, as well as major controller brands such as FANUC, HEIDENHAIN, Mazak, Haas, SIEMENS, Fagor, Fadal, Fidia and more. Adaptive Post-Processing is also available for multi-axis applications. Additional information can be found at

About ICAM Technologies Corporation

For over 45 years, ICAM Technologies Corporation has been specializing in the development and implementation of advanced NC post-processing solutions for manufacturers in major industries around the world. ICAM also offers an integrated machine tool simulator, Virtual Machine®, with the provision for G-Code verification, driven with ICAM Control EmulatorTM, to its product mix that further strengthened its position in the NC manufacturing market. ICAM customers benefit from dramatic improvements to CNC machine optimization, NC programmer productivity and manufacturing process efficiency. ICAM’s unique technology and services provide its customers and industry partners with the competitive edge that their business operations and customers demand. For more information visit: