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GibbsCAM

GibbsCAM® is a state-of-the-art, PC-based

  • GibbsCAM Website
  • CNC User forum

External links

http://www.cimatron.com/ http://www.gibbscam.com/

  1. ^ http://www.gibbscam.com/news_events/index.php?page=press-releases&con=199

References

1. Wireframe, Surface and Solid Based Machining
2. Native Graphical User Interface (GUI)
3. Context Sensitive, On-line Help
4. Interactive and Automatic Feature Recognition
5. Associativity between Geometry, Processes and Toolpath
6. Import native CAD files: AutoCAD DXF/DWG, Autodesk Inventor, CATIA V4 & V5, Pro/ENGINEER, Rhinoceros, Solid Edge, SolidWorks
7. Import industry standard CAD formats: IGES, STEP AP203 & AP214, VDA-FS
8. Template-based, Do-It Yourself Post Processors
9. What-You-See-Is-What-You-Machine Custom Post Processors

Major features

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