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See the Latest CNC Programming for Multi-Tasking Machines at Metal Storm 2012

Gibbs and Associates has announced that it will support machine tool distributor Methods Machine Tools with demonstrations of its GibbsCAM CNC programming system at the Methods Metal Storm 2012 Open House event.

GibbsCAM’s programming capabilities will be featured in support of programming and post-processing to make parts on Nakamura-Tome multi-tasking machines.

GibbsCAM’s library of postprocessors exceeds 10,000, including over 1,100 for multi-tasking machines, such as the Nakamura-Tome MTMs sold and supported by Methods Machine Tools.

 

 

 

 

The Nakamura MTMs are among the 50 machine tools to be on display, under power, at the event. Other machines include Matsuura machining centers, Kiwa-Japan horizontal machining centers, Exeron die-sinking EDMs, Fanuc drills and wire EDMs, plus Feeler lathes, vertical machining centers, horizontal boring mills and 10-meter bridge mills. Methods Machine Tools will also hold technical seminars on various metalworking topics during the two-day event, which will be held at its headquarters, 71 Union Avenue, Sudbury, Massachusetts, on June 13-14, 2012.

“With the reputation that GibbsCAM has earned in programming complex parts on advanced multi-tasking machine tools, it makes perfect sense to be selected as the supporting CAM system for Nakamura-Tome multi-tasking machines,” said Bart Ehlers, Regional Distribution Manager for Gibbs and Associates. “We maintain a growing library of more than 11,000 unique post-processors for our customers. That includes over 1,000 MTM post-processors, so we are pleased to demonstrate our superiority in programming MTMs, with integrated functions such as toolpath verification and machine-tool simulation, all accessed through a common, easy-to-use interface, in support of our partner and joint customers.”

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