Standing out from the Crowd at the MACH2014 Exhibition!

April 17, 2014

SolidCAM UK would like to say a huge thank you to all that visited our stand at the MACH 2014 exhibition, held at the NEC in Birmingham, last week. Over the five eventful days, we demonstrated the complete innovative power of SolidCAM and iMachining and received exceptionally positive feedback from all that visited us. During each live cutting demonstration, the aisles were blocked with amazed onlookers who were united in their opinion that SolidCAM and iMachining are state of the art, and provide remarkable milling and revolutionary time saving results.



We would also like to say a very special thank you to Mills CNC for providing us with their Doosan DNM400 Vertical Machining Centre, Roemheld for providing us with the work-holding, and Iscar Tools for providing us with the cutting tools, which enabled us to demonstrate our well received live cutting demonstrations at our booth. Another special thank you goes to Alcon Components Ltd, Dawson Precision Components, Dixons Surgical Instruments Ltd,  Evenort Ltd, Helix Autosport, and Recol Engineering Ltd who all loaned us parts to display on our stand that they had machined using SolidCAM.


Our Certified Application Engineers  welcomed our existing SolidCAM customers as well as the next generation of users, to discuss the latest versions of SolidCAM and InventorCAM, which seamlessly integrate in SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor respectively.  Visitors had the opportunity to review SolidCAM2014, which has more than 100 new enhancements across its modules. These enhancements include 2.5D Milling, HSS, 3D HSM, Simultaneous 5-Axis Milling, iMachining 2D & 3D, Turning and Advanced Mill-Turn for multi-turret and multi-spindle machines, as well as the new Solid Probe module. 


Engineers and educators witnessed SolidCAM’s iMachining technology which saves 70% in CNC machining time and more, and also extends tool life dramatically. Visitors were able to see the unprecedented savings and increased efficiency for CNC milling operations first hand, which would translate into profits and success for their businesses.


MACH2014 certainly showed us at SolidCAM UK Ltd that Britain is open for business, and manufacturing and engineering companies are continually striving to look for companies that push the technology boundaries, and were not disappointed in seeing that SolidCAM certainly are!