VISI CAD/CAM at CMTS Show Sept 25-28 in Canada

VISI CAD/CAM at CMTS Show Sept 25-28 in Canada The powerful VISI CAD/CAM solution for mould and die design and development, by Vero Software, will be exhibited Sept. 25-28 at Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) 2017, hosted at the International Center in Mississauga, Ont., Canada.

For over three decades, manufacturers have attended CMTS to source solutions and glean knowledge from global leaders in the machine tools and tooling, metalworking, and advanced manufacturing sectors. This popular national event offers a diverse mixture of live technologies, keynote speakers, panel discussions and technical sessions. CMTS also offers several signature events that facilitate networking, sharing and celebrating manufacturing.

Visitors to CMTS can learn more about VISI at booth No. 1229, where VISI North American Master Distributor TST Tooling Software Technology will provide demonstrations of the solution’s latest upgrades and new features. TSTracker, new job-tracking software developed by TST specifically for the mold and die industry, will also be featured at the event.

Among several items of new and enhanced functionality for both CAD and CAM processes available in the VISI 2017 R2 is the new 2.5-Axis Pocketing Strategy, which improves toolpath quality, optimizes toolpath on open features, and allows machining from a stock model. When the stock model is defined, the new Pocketing Strategy can identify the areas where it’s necessary to remove the material and adapt the toolpath to produce passes only when they’re needed.

With this latest release, high speed machining can now be achieved with the new 2.5-Axis Waveform Strategy (previously available in 3D roughing), which maintains constant tool cutting load, constant cutting feed rate, and a smooth toolpath which avoids sharp changes in direction.

Based on the Pocketing technology, VISI’s new Remachining Strategy inherits the same enhancements and advantages. Rest area recognition is achieved automatically, based on the reference operations. A new residual stock algorithm is used for both 2D and 3D operations and the Dynamic Incremental Stock command. This ensures consistent toolpath quality regardless of the operation type.

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