James Shorkey is a longtime manual machinist in Colorado that is turning a new leaf and conforming to CNC machining. That’s why he got BobCAD for him and his intern. In a twist of irony, his new intern is teaching him about CNC machining while James is teaching him some manual machining. “My intern […]
BobCAD-CAM’s commitment to education is materialized in the Manufacturers of the Future Program. The MOTF program provides educators and future manufacturers with affordable access to our latest software, training and support. Today we are highlighting Horace Dale’s Department of Physics over at Emory University and peeling back how they use BobCAD’s latest CAM software.
CAD-CAM software is a critical component of CNC manufacturing due to its ability to automate the design and manufacturing process. The influence of CAD and CAM technology is something tangible that can be witnessed in our everyday lives. Manufacturing has a very important role in prototyping new designs, allowing engineers to create precision parts […]
What exactly is Network Licensing? Introduced by popular demand, BobCAD-CAM now offers Network Licensing. Gone are the days of purchasing a licensed copy of the software for each individual workstation. Instead, licenses only need to be purchased based on the number of stations you may need active simultaneously. Those licenses will then be stored […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Launching Student’s Careers with a CAD-CAM Donation BobCAD-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 […]