NCG CAM

NCG CAM is a standalone CAM system offering an easy to use HSM CAM solution that integrates with existing CAD and CAM systems, including SmartForm Design™, Think3™, Ansys™ SpaceClaim™, CREO™, Pro/ENGINEER™ and SolidWorks™.

NCG CAM boasts many innovative features. It is suitable for all types of forms, creating an optimised, smooth cutter motion for HSM, while helping to extend tool life, minimising wear on the machine tool and producing parts with excellent surface finish.

NCG CAM has a very user-friendly interface, with a typical learning curve of just 1 day required to machine a live job. It is perfect for the high-speed machining of moulds, dies, prototypes and precision surface machining.

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NCG CAM HSM CAM software is a stand-alone CAM system that integrates with existing CAD and CAM systems.

NCG CAM boasts many innovative features including automatic 3D roughing. This is suitable for all types of forms, creating an optimized, smooth cutter motion for HSM machining, while helping to extend tool life, minimizing wear on the machine tool and producing parts with excellent surface finish.

The main features of the software are:

  • Automatic 3D Roughing
  • Z-Level Waterline Machining Using Surface Contact Angles
  • Raster (Planar) Pass Machining Using Surface Contact Angles
  • Spiral and Radial Machining
  • Horizontal Area Machining of Flat Surfaces Only
  • Pencil and Parallel Pencil milling
  • Morph and Boundary Machining
  • Automatic Rest Machining
  • 3D Constant Offset & Corner Offset Machining
  • Core Roughing
  • Perpendicular Raster Machining
  • Variable Feed Rate Control
  • Advanced Drilling Routines
  • 3 + 2 Axis Machining
  • Stock Models
  • Customizable tool holders
  • Fully gouge-protected toolpaths
  • Simultaneous 5-axis add-on module for mold and die

NCG CAM has a very user-friendly interface, with a typical learning curve of just 1 day required to machine a live job.