SOLIDWORKS CAM – powered by CAMWorks – uses rules-based technology that enables you to integrate design and manufacturing in one application, connecting design and manufacturing teams through a common software tool and 3D model.
The course enables students to automate furniture design using a set of features dedicated to wood and panel processing. This course will teach you how to build a library of panels, frames, and connectors. SWOOD design makes furniture design automation possible via SWOOD smart assemblies (known as SWOODBox) that lets the user quickly create new designs with all the required manufacturing detail, by using simple drag and drop from your library.
The course enables students to learn the SWOOD CAM interface and best practices. More specifically, users will learn to create machine tools and aggregates, program machinable features both automatically and interactively, and learn 4th and 5th axis programming. In addition, training items include toolpath simulation, post processing, generating shop reports, and SWOOD CAM Nesting capabilities (another module).
This course teaches how to leverage CAMWorks to program multi-tasking machining centers. This course will focus on how milling and turning capabilities can be used within the same machine.
This course teaches how to use the 3 Axis Milling feature in the CAMWorks software to machine complex, contoured surfaces. Users will learn the multi surface features specifically for 3 axis operations and the processes needed to post process and simulate tool paths.
This course teaches how to use the 4 & 5 Axis Milling feature in the CAMWorks software to machine complex parts, and contoured surfaces.
This course teaches how to use the SOLIDWORKS CAM Professional software to machine parts utilizing advanced functionality such as: CAM or SOLIDWORKS configurations, VoluMill, mill machining in the context of an assembly, and 3 + 2 machining. The course also teaches how to generate, modify and post process 2 axis turning toolpaths used for the machining of SOLIDWORKS part files.
This course introduces fundamentals and best practices in SOLIDWORKS CAM. The goal is to build on the current knowledge of designers or engineers in generating, modifying and post process 2.5 axis milling tool paths used for machining parts.
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