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Delcam will demonstrate the 2015 version of its Delcam for Solidworks integrated CAM system at IMTS 2014 in Chicago from 8–13 September on booth E3222, the largest CAM software booth at the show.
Linear Technology and Arrow Electronics are set to present the ‘LTspice World Circuit’ seminar series. Designed to educate and inform both advanced and new users of LTspice, the seminars are being held in Reading on 6 October, Cambridge on 7 October, Edinburgh on 8 October and Dublin on 9 October.
Demonstrations of machining with robots using the Powermill Robot programming system will be the highlight of Delcam’s stand at the Advanced Engineering group of events, due to be held at the NEC in Birmingham on 11–12 November.
Delcam has scheduled a series of webinar demonstrations of the Express and Insignia versions of its ArtCAM range of artistic CAD/CAM software. The first webinar will be on 15 August and will feature a demonstration of the design of a rubber stamp with ArtCAM Express.
Delcam will be demonstrating the 2014 release of its Powerinspect inspection software at the GTMA’s ‘Make Measurement Matter’ roadshow.
Delcam will demonstrate the huge time savings that can be made with its Vortex high-efficiency area-clearance strategy at Seco’s ‘Inspiration through Innovation’ manufacturing best-practice event to be held at the company’s premises in Alcester, Warwickshire, on 24–25 September.
Delcam’s German customers will have their first chance to see the 2015 versions of the company’s FeatureCAM and Powermill CAM systems on stand 4B-32 at the AMB exhibition to be held in Stuttgart from 16–20 September 2014.
T Cards Direct is offering the Lock Out T Card system, which represents a clear, visual way of communicating important information about machinery and equipment that has been isolated for maintenance or for another reason.
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