March 13, 2020 -- SolidCAM and Roboris are pleased to announce that they have signed a Partnership Agreement to integrate Eureka Virtual Machining technology into SolidCAM.
Under the agreement, SolidCAM will widen its offer with a new module, powered by the Eureka library: SolidCAM G-Code Simulator, for an accurate simulation of postprocessed ISO programs. All kinds of machine tools are supported, including complex multi-channel mill-turn and SwissCAM machines.
“The Eureka capabilities are a valuable addition to our current CAM offering”, says Emil Somekh, SolidCAM Managing Director. “Being able to simulate the ISO output provides our users with an enhanced and accurate virtual representation of the process, before committing the toolpath to the actual machine.”
“Our business development strategy is based on partnerships within three main channels: CAD/CAM companies, Machine Tool makers, and OEM's”, adds Gianluca Bioli, Roboris co-founder. “Signing this agreement with SolidCAM is an important step in becoming a leading provider of virtual machining libraries to the CAM industry.”
About SolidCAM Ltd.
Founded in 1984 by Dr. Emil Somekh, CEO of the company, SolidCAM has over 35 years of expertise in CAM development and applications. The core strategy of SolidCAM focuses on integration in the leading 3D CAD systems, SOLIDWORKS and Autodesk Inventor. This strategy has created major growth and established SolidCAM as both the leader in Integrated CAM, as well as one of the most powerful CAM systems available.
About Roboris Srl
Headquartered in Pisa (Italy), Roboris is a provider of innovative machine tool and robot simulation software. Eureka G-Code provides a full yet easy to use Virtual Machining environment, offering 3D simulation of any ISO program on even the most complex machine, including multi-spindle and synchronized multi-channel systems.
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