New Downloads AvailableCAMWorks 2016 SP3, CAMWorks Solids 2017 SP0, and NestingWorks 2017 SP0 are now available for download at www.camworks.com(login required).
Posted on: 11/29/2016
CAMWorks 2017 SP0 is available for downloadCAMWorks Solids 2017 SP0 is now available for download at www.camworks.com(login required). Please refer to the Release Notes for compatibility requirements.
Posted on: 11/16/2016
Tech Bulletin: ImportantWith CAMWorks 2017 just around the corner, please make sure you reference the compatibility requirements for the new version. Specifically, note that in order to share a TECHDB from a network location users must be running MicroSoft Access 2010 SP2(full version or Runtime). Additional compatiblity information can be found in the "What's New" document for CAMWorks 2017; available for download at www.camworks.com
Posted on: 11/4/2016
NESTINGWorks 2016 SP2 is available for downloadNESTINGWorks 2016 SP2 release is now available for download!
As you may have seen in earlier announcements, the CAMWorks Nesting product is being renamed to NESTINGWorks. Current end-users will continue to access NESTINGWorks Releases in the Customer Downloads Area on CAMWorks.com.Please login to the Customer Area at www.camworks.com to download the files and refer to the "What's New" document for the enhancements and issues addressed in this release.
Posted on: 10/20/2016
Tech Bulletin: TechDB errorAs a result of a Microsoft software update MS16-004 distributed on 12-Jan-2016, an error may occur when opening the CAMWorks® TechDB™ database.
The CAMWorks® team has developed a fix to correct the problem caused by this Microsoft Update. The executable file can be downloaded from the CAMWorks website by clicking the link below. Please restart your computer after installing the hotfix.
Posted on: 1/22/2016
CAMWorks Solids 2016 is available for downloadCAMWorks Solids 2016 SP0.0 is now available for download at www.camworks.com(login required). Please refer to the Release Notes for compatibility requirements.
Posted on: 12/14/2015
Featured Customer: Tomak PrecisionRead how CAMWorks with VoluMill helped Tomak Precision quickly generate programs from submitted solid models as well as improve cycle times, tool life and machine life.
Posted on: 12/7/2011
CAMWorks Volumill: Program Smarter! Machine Faster! Improve Tool lifeCAMWorks® VoluMill™ is an optional and newly introduced milling toolpath engine within CAMWorks for 2.5 axis and 3 axis roughing operations. It is ideal for prismatic parts and complex 3-D shapes, producing more intelligent toolpaths to machine pockets, slots, and arbitrary shapes. Volumill is well suited for machining soft as well as hard materials that are hard to chip, such as titanium, nickel-based alloys or stainless steel. The result is increased efficiency and utilization of machines, tools, labor and materials. Volumill is developed by Celeritive Technologies' and the kernel has been successfully used in the market for years within standalone versions and other integrations. Learn more at www.camworks.com
Posted on: 11/7/2011
Important NoticeIt has come to our attention that several customers have inaccurate contact information for CAMS representatives. Email addresses using the "camsnet.com" domain are no longer active and should not be used for any communications.
The current email addresses use the representative's first name followed by the "cutmetalfast.com" domain(for example, firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have any questions regarding email communication, please call 614.410.2300.
Posted on: 7/12/2011
Cutting CornersSolidWorks and CAMWorks pair up to provide Western Saw the edge when it comes to cutting corner openings out of concrete walls, while maintaining structural strength.
Posted on: 8/20/2010
To Comp or Not to Comp....That is the QuestionMany CAMWorks users have recently asked questions about Toolpath Center Compensation and whether or not to run with it or without it. At CAMS, we strongly recommend taking advantage of CAMWorks Toolpath Center Compensation functionality. One of the main benefits of a CAM system is the ability to display, simulate, and evaluate toolpath prior to machine movement. Take full advantage of this benefit; alleviate considerable confusion for the user while also ensuring on-screen display represents the output code.
Posted on: 4/24/2009