This webinar will focus on how multi-axis machining is changing the way that we manufacture parts. Traditional 2, 3 and 4 axis machining has long been a staple at woodworking shops throughout the industry. The addition of a 5 axis machining center expands the traditional woodworking shop from flat wood panel production to intricate moldings and designs limited only by the imagination.
Whether you have a single CNC or multiple CNCs in your shop, creating the best programs based on each machine’s configuration and strengths has become the responsibility of your CNC programmer. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach as today's CNC environment is in constant change. From point-to-point to nested-based machines, each machine needs to be programmed in a style that will optimize each machine’s strengths.
Find out what automation is good for, how automation had revolutionized the CNC industry and how Auto-CIM from CIM-TECH can bring manufacturing to a new level of automation.