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capabilities more quickly and cost-effectively. This advanced machining solution is offered in a Ganesh VFM 5X-8 fi ve-axis vertical machining center, bundled with CAMWorks 3D CNC machining software, and a certifi ed postprocessor. Because CAMWorks is bundled with the Ganesh fi ve- axis machine, the postprocessor is pre-programmed and certifi ed, reducing the learning curve and time to produc- tivity. State-of-the-art training has also been prepared specifi cally for this bundle, further reducing challenges often arising when implementing advanced multiaxis machining solutions. “As Ganesh enters the fi ve-axis CNC machining world, we realize that helping our customers become pro- ductive with our machines as quickly as possible demands the use of quality software with a clean postprocessor,” said Ganesh owner, Harvinder Singh. “We wanted to package our machine with modern, easy- to-use CAM software that minimizes the learning curve and facilitates fast, successful implementation. We are familiar with CAMWorks software because we use it internally and believe it will help our customers get up and running more quickly,” said Singh. The fact that CAMWorks software uti- lizes the Solidworks CAD modeler as its geometry engine is regarded as a huge plus.


“As part of this bundle, we’ve developed a CAMWorks


postprocessor specifi cally for the Ganesh fi ve-axis machine, as well as a virtual machine simulation add-on for proving our complex toolpaths,” said Jim Foster, vice president-global channel sales and marketing at Geometric. “Deploying fi ve- axis machining in a production environment is challenging, and many unforeseen delays related to software, postproces- sors, and training can occur. By partnering with Ganesh, we are helping businesses take fi ve-axis machining to produc- tion faster and without costly pitfalls,” Foster said.


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Ganesh Machinery 888-542-6374 / www.ganeshmachinery.com


Geometric Americas Inc. 480-367-0132 / www.geometric global.com


Hardinge Inc. 607-734-2281 / www.hardinge.com


Hurco Companies Inc. 317-293-5309 / www.hurco.com


Kitamura Machinery of USA Inc. 847-520-7755 / www.kitamura-machinery.com Mazak Corp.


859-342-1700 / www.mazakusa.com


Mitsui Seiki USA Inc. 201-337-1300 / www.mitsuiseiki.com


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