Delcam announces over 50 partner stands at IMTS
As befits its position as the world’s leading specialist supplier of machining software and services, Delcam works with more manufacturing partners than any other CAM software developer. At the IMTS exhibition to be held in Chicago from 10th to 15th September, the company will be promoting its CADCAM and inspection software in association with more than 50 partners, including many of the world’s leading providers of machine tools, cutting tools and inspection equipment.
The current list of Delcam partners is as follows: -
|Absolute Machine Tools||S-8536||Makino||S-8700|
|CG Tech||E-3346||Matsuura Machinery||S-9119|
|CMS||S-9186||Mikron Corp. Monroe||S-8376|
|Cubic Machinery||S-9263||Miyano Machinery USA||S-9419|
|C.R. Onsrud||S-8980||Methods Machine Tools||S-9119|
|Fanuc||S-8919||Nomura/SB Machine Tools||S-9463|
|Haas Automation||S-8119||Sandvik Coromant||W-1500|
|Ingersoll Machine Tools||S-8748||Tornos||S-8666|
|Iscar Metals||W-1800||Tsugami/REM Sales||S-9410|
|Kuka Robotics||N-6200||Yasda Preceision||S-9166|
"In the opening six months of this year, software sales in North America were up by over 25% compared to the first half of last year,” reported Delcam North America President, Glenn McMinn. "This dramatic growth is partly down to the renewed focus on manufacturing in the region but also reflects Delcam’s growing status in the market. We have traditionally been associated with the mold and die industry but are now getting much wider recognition for the ability of our software to increase productivity, improve quality and reduce lead times. As a result, we are enjoying much wider success, especially in the aerospace, autosport and medical sectors.”
"The fact that we are working with so many partners at IMTS provides further evidence of our current high status in North America,” he added. "We are confident that the show will provide a further boost to our sales over the closing months of the year.”
New releases will be demonstrated at IMTS across Delcam’s full range of CAM software – PowerMILL for high-speed and five-axis machining, FeatureCAM for feature-based programming, PartMaker for Swiss-type lathes and turn-mill equipment and ArtCAM for artistic applications, plus the Delcam for SolidWorks integrated CAM system. New versions will also be on show of the PowerSHAPE design and reverse engineering software and the PowerINSPECT inspection program.
"With the extensive range of Delcam software, we can provide a programming system for virtually any machine tool that a company might have,” claimed Mr. McMinn. "This means that visitors to the Delcam booth can be confident that they will find software to support their business, whatever type of parts they want to manufacture or whatever kinds of machine they run.”If you have any enquiries on this or any article, select to view contact details.
28 August 2012