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New GibbsCAM 2011 to be Demonstrated at EASTEC 2011

By DE Editors

Gibbs and Associates, developer of GibbsCAM software for programming CNC machine tools announced that GibbsCAM 2011 will be demonstrated at the EASTEC 2011 Exposition from May 17-19, at the Eastern States Exposition center in West Springfield, MA. Attendance and registration information is available at the EASTEC website.

“This exposition is yet another opportunity to demonstrate the superiority of our CAM software in challenging piece-part production environments using complex machine tools,” says Bill Gibbs, president and founder of Gibbs and Associates. “CNC programmers and manufacturing engineers will see how GibbsCAM MTM and 5-axis programming, plus toolpath verification and multi-axis machine simulation, can help them eliminate scrap, increase shop-floor safety, reduce cycle times and maximize profits.”

According to the company, GibbsCAM presents users with an intuitive interface. During EASTEC, Gibbs and Associates will highlight some of the improvements in the GibbsCAM 2011 release, including the new MTM and 5-axis CNC programming features designed to optimize programming of complex machining according to the requirements of various industries.

For more information, visit the GibbsCAM site.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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