Streamlining laser machining GF Machining Solutions unveils advanced laser CAM software
GF Machining Solutions has launched a new version of a computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software, Laser CAM, part of the Laser Suite 360 software package.
At the EPHJ tradeshow in Geneva (Switzerland), GF Machining Solutions has introduced the new advanced software Laser CAM. Laser CAM, included in the Laser Suite 360 1.13.0 software package, offers operators a completely new user interface for creating and editing laser engraving and decoration designs with ease. It provides improved calculation speeds, which reduces the time required for programming and setup and enables manufacturers to respond to changing production needs quickly and get their products to market faster. It is specifically designed for laser engraving, micromachining and decoration operations, building on over a decade of experience in the field and promising to drastically improve the way manufacturers operate their laser machines. This will allow manufacturers in watchmaking who have been hesitant to do so to adopt laser machining for their applications.
In addition to its existing engraving tools, Laser CAM includes unique features such as 3D finishing, blasting and watchmaking decoration functions, allowing manufacturers to create intricate and precise designs. The software has been developed with a novel modular architecture, which is a significant leap forward in its user-friendliness. Thus, the company will be able to expand the features in the coming versions, aiming to consolidate its leading position in micro cavity, semiconductor and hard material machining as well as watchmaking applications. Laser CAM is compatible with the entire range of GF Machining Solutions' Laser ablation machines to meet the specific needs of every manufacturer.