Learn how to seamlessly convert 3D models to machine-ready code
April 14, 2021 | 4:00 pm CDT

The objective of CIM-TECH's May 13 webinar is to demonstrate how 3D models can be converted into machine-ready code with relative ease.

ORLANDO -- Experienced users of 3D modeling software often fail to maximize their productivity when it comes to converting their renderings into machine code.  CIM-TECH representatives, Kenny Belfatto and Jovani Ramos, will discuss how to reduce programming time and errors with their automatic feature recognition software in a webinar scheduled for May 13 at 2 p.m. Eastern.  Titled, Converting 3D models into machine-ready code, the webinar will demonstrate how you can take a 3D model from design all the way through manufacturing without additional steps to deliver efficiency and savings.

 


"There are many advantages that creating 3D models offer," said Belfatto. "When you model in 3D you'll know your finished product's final weight, for example, because you program the material you're using." "You know the depths of your holes and cutouts," as well said Belfatto. "In our webinar, we'll demonstrate how you can program and process parts seamlessly."

  Kenny Belfatto, National Sales Manager CIM-TECH.com

Jovani Ramos, Sales Intern, CIM-TECH.com

Belfatto said new and experienced users will benefit from the webinar in learning how to use CIM-TECH's feature-recognition software. During the webinar,  CIM-TECH will demonstrate how you can take a 3D model or a group of 2D drawings from design all the way through manufacturing without additional steps to deliver efficiency and savings on all levels. There will be a question and answer session following the webinar.

 

 

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