Short Brothers plc Chooses CAM-POST® as its Corporate NC Post-Processing Solution

ICAM Technologies Corporation , developer and supplier of the world’s most advanced NC post-processing solutions, is pleased to announce that Short Brothers plc in Belfast, Northern Ireland has chosen CAM-POST® as its corporate NC post-processing solution.

Short Brothers plc, an affiliate of Bombardier Aerospace of Canada has acquired CAM-POST for its Belfast facility to work behind CATIA NC Programming Softwarein orderto design and manufacture many of today’s most sophisticated aerospace components including: The Canadair Regional Jet (center fuselage, wing components and nacelles), the Learjet 45 (complete fuselage and tail assembly), and the Bombardier Global Express, for which it provides the nacelle.

“Short Brothers plc has an enviable reputation as a superior supplier of aerospace components to the major aircraft companies,” says John J. Nassr, president of ICAM Technologies. ”Now as part of Bombardier Aerospace, t he great engineering tradition lives on. Shorts has been renowned for the high standards of its products and the satisfaction of its customers is attested.”

For over three decades ICAM has been contributing to the evolution of NC post-processing technology by consistently supporting the latest multi-axis NC machinery and the most advanced CNC controls. ICAM has also redefined NC post-processing by introducing new, innovative NC machining productivity tools, such as: NURBS, Arc Fitting and High Speed Machining. Manufacturers worldwide thus benefit from ICAM’s trusted “Best-in-Class” NC post-processing technology and focused expert support staff, to provide a solution tailored to their specific needs .

About Short Brothers plc

Short Brothers plc is the oldest established aircraft manufacturer in the world, with a record of achievement dating back to the turn of the century. In 1909, the Short family opened the world’s first aircraft production line in Belfast to build six Wright flyers for the famous aviators, the Wright Brothers. Since purchasing Short Brothers plc in 1989, Bombardier has invested over £1.5 billion in plant, machinery, facilities, product development and training.

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