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Product Focus 46 MoldMaking Technology —— NOVEMBER 2018 WEBINAR ENGINEER / BUILD / MAINTAIN PRESENTER: Guy Buttle Technical Consultant Superior CNC Machining with the Latest Autodesk PowerMill Updates PRESENTED BY: autodesk.com The latest CAM release from Autodesk, PowerMill 2019.1 adds new interactive collision avoidance, enhanced machining and probing. Attendees to this webinar will learn how to: 1. Better identify where optimizing tool vector orientation or cutting tool definition will improve results. 2. Create surface probing routines to verify parts using spindle-mounted probes. 3. Automatically create smooth, stable machine motion when using new Automatic Tool Axis Collision Avoidance. Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 2 pm ET Register at: short.moldmakingtechnology.com/Autodesk18 DATE & TIME: Dashboards Simplify Use of ERP Software Jobboss says that with its 2018 release, businesses can access real-time visual information on quoting, company efficiency, job status and more. The company says that user-specific security and accessibility provides the right information to the right person and displays key information in visual dashboards. Over 20 pre-built widgets enable Jobboss users to access individual transactions and job data from the software's dashboards. Jobboss native dashboards provide baseline metrics that pull directly from the core software. A strategic relationship with Lojic Dashboards for this release provides customizable dashboards as an optional upgrade. Lojic Dashboards are mobile and can display role-specific data via monitors on the shop floor. Jobboss / 800-777-4334 / jobboss.exactamerica.com Intuitive Software Aids CNC Code Programming Marposs's Ready2Probe assists CNC users when programming cycles for mea- suring and checking components and tools using Mida spindle probes, lasers, tool-breakage detectors and visual tool setters. With intuitive icons and menus, Ready2Probe enables users to write machine commands for measurement cycles in seconds. Marposs says that this helps to reduce programming time and errors when generating G-code while improving quality assurance. Ready2Probe is a Windows-based application that is compatible with a CNC control interface or computer. Upon initiation of Ready2Probe, users can interact with all of the Mida products. The software then prompts the user to input cycle-time information, and a macro string is gen- erated from it, which the user can copy or transfer automati- cally into a part pro- gram. The user also can write the macro directly into the CNC by clicking a single button. Marposs Corp. / 888-627-7677 / marposs.com

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