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How to Program Hybrid Machines

Posted January 18, 2016 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

In the world of engineering software, increasingly the name of the game is to integrate more functions into one software package. Designers see this trend in software releases that marry CAD, analysis, and simulation capability. Now, engineers tasked with programming factory automation equipment are benefitting from software that can control exciting new hybrid CNC machines that combine traditional milling and metrology with metal 3D printing. The machines are being offered by such automation tool leaders as DMG Mori and Mazak. Read on to learn about the Delcam software that can simplify the programming of this new class of hybrid machines.


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