5 Reasons Why Teachers Love the Manufacturers of the Future CAD-CAM Program

    June 12th, 2015        Posted In: Articles, News, Uncategorized   
Manufacturers of the Future CAD-CAM CNC Software

CAD-CAM software is a critical component of CNC manufacturing and metalworking due in large part to its ability to automate the design and manufacturing process. The influence of computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing technology can be seen in how we live our everyday lives as consumers. It’s used to help manufacture nearly every mass produced consumer product on the planet. It also has a very important role in prototyping new designs and allowing engineers to create precision parts quicker and easier.


CAD-CAM Software Brings Out Creativity In Manufacturer

    June 3rd, 2015        Posted In: Articles   
Custom Fabrication Manufacatured

All over the world, manufacturers rely on CAD/CAM software to turn product ideas into manufacturing realities. Besides CAD/CAM being an essential aspect of CNC machining today, it’s also the main reason why consumer products have become increasingly dynamic and affordable. CAD/CAM software makes part design and CNC machine programming much easier and dramatically reduces the time and money it takes to manufacture quality parts.


CAD-CAM for CNC Router Helps Start-Up Machinist Ramp-Up Production

    May 14th, 2015        Posted In: Articles   
Grand Canyon CNC Router Carving

About three years ago, Peter Frykholm made a decision to get out of the professional rut he was in. So he did what most people do at that stage, he evaluated what he liked to do and what made him happy. For Peter, he knew he enjoyed mountain climbing and woodworking. Finding a career that combined the two might have seemed far-fetched for most but Peter was able to pull together a pretty unique business plan to meet the challenge.

Young Inventor Turns to CAD CAM System for Design Innovation

    May 6th, 2015        Posted In: Articles, Uncategorized   
Easton LaChappelle Unlimited Tomorrow CAM System

Nineteen year old Easton LaChappelle isn’t your average teenager. At 14, his idea of fun was designing a robotic hand that he could control with his own hand through sensors and radio technology. Since then, his ideas and inventions have brought him face to face with the President of the United States, he’s fielded phone calls from world famous motivational speaker Tony Robbins, started his own business that is changing the artificial limbs industry, and he even works for NASA.


MOTF Teams with University of Manitoba Space Program

    May 1st, 2015        Posted In: Articles, Case Studies, News, Press Releases   

Launching Student’s Careers with a CAD-CAM Donation

University of Manitoba Space Applications and Technology Society Structure 2014BobCAD-CAM’s education program, Manufacturers of the Future, announced today a contribution in support of the University of Manitoba’s Space Applications and Technology Society (UMSATS). As part of Manufacturers of the Future’s mission to provide universities and students access to CAD-CAM resources, BobCAD-CAM has made an important donation in support of the program’s involvement in the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge.