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new functionalities. PartMaker 2016 R2 offers new function- ality to directly download data from tooling vendors such as Iscar and Kennametal via the cloud. When programming a part, a PartMaker user can now quickly select the right tool


for their application from a tooling-vendor specifi c tool data- base that resides on the cloud and is accessed directly from PartMaker via the quick and intuitive interface. The tool or tools chosen from the selected vendor’s database are auto- matically downloaded in a format ready to use in PartMaker. PartMaker Inc. Ph: 215-643-5077


New 3D Sensors


The newest member of the Zeiss compact 3D sensor family, the Comet L3D 2, offers the latest sensor technology and project-oriented software for easy and reliable 3D data cap- ture. The 3D data capture of components and objects is fast and precise, offering superb performance. At the same time, the user has greater scope to perform a multitude of measuring tasks thanks to the unique fl exibility of the system. The Zeiss colin3D high-performance software platform also ensures a consistently effi cient and goal-oriented workfl ow during the entire measuring process. With a range of working distances from 45-500 mm, the L3D 2 sensor ensures problem-free operation. Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology LLC Ph: 800-327-9735 Web site: www.zeiss.com/metrology


Modeling Software Siemens PLM Software’s Parasolid software v28.1 delivers the fi rst implementa- tion of convergent model- ing technology to provide facet modeling operations alongside world-class B-rep modeling functionality. Facet models may now be cre- ated and edited using a large range of established, industry hardened functions. Conver- gent modeling will enable Parasolid customers to develop applications that deliver more effi cient PLM workfl ows, for ex- ample, reverse engineering and computer-aided engineering (CAE). This innovation is complemented by regular release of enhancements to B-rep modeling, providing customers with a robust set of modeling tools. Siemens PLM Software Ph: 972-987-3000 Web site: http://www.plm.automation.siemens.com


CNC Simulator The new FANUC CNC Simulator brings the CNC control to the classroom and provides students with exposure to FANUC CNC controls without the need for a full mill or lathe. The FANUC CNC Simulator is based on the FANUC Series 0i—Model F platform and can be operated in either mill- ing or turning confi gurations. Students can program the simulator as a three-axis mill or a two-axis/ one-spindle turning system. The simulators are portable and require only a standard wall outlet for power. The CNC Simulator is a complete FANUC CNC control with a 10.4" LCD monitor and a QWERTY keyboard, so students will experience the look, feel and layout of the control as they navigate and program a fully functioning CNC. FANUC America Corp. Ph: 888-FANUC-US (888-326-8287) Web site: www.fanucamerica.com


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