Alphacam 2015 R2 Showcased at TecnoMueble 2015
The Alphacam computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) solution for wood, stone and metal, by Vero Software, will be exhibited August 19-22 at TecnoMueble 2015, at Expo Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Geared specifically toward woodworking suppliers, TecnoMueble 2015 brings together over 200 exhibitors and 5,000 national and international buyers.
Attendees of TecnoMueble are encouraged to learn more about Alphacam and its latest release, Alphacam 2015 R2, at booth Nos. 5004 and 5006, where demonstrations of its efficiency-boosting capabilities will be available.
Alphacam 2015 R2 is a substantial release introducing many new features that continue to improve customer productivity. One significant development is the move to 64-bit support, which will unlock the full potential of the PC by maximizing memory use, irrespective of part size.
User efficiency continues to be a focus for product development with improvements to advanced 5-axis machining cycles, nesting functionality, and parent / child relationship support for multiple part management, with full associativity between the part master and its copy.
Major graphic enhancements include improved part rendering and a new customizable radial menu wheel providing instant access to the most commonly used commands.
Part of the Vero Software Group, Alphacam is a leading CAM solution for wood, stone, composites and metal components from 2-axis through 5-axis NC programming applications. The emphasis behind the development of Alphacam is to provide our customers with productivity, reliability and flexibility.
Vero sells and supports its range of products through its direct offices in the UK, Italy, France, Germany, Netherlands, USA, Brazil, India, Japan, Korea and China, and through a comprehensive global reseller network across more than 45 countries.
Vero is part of Hexagon (Nordic exchange: HEXA B), a leading global provider of design, measurement and visualization technologies that enable customers to design, measure and position objects, and process and present data.