VISI Previews New, Unique Technologies At MACH

The latest release of VISI CAD CAM from Vero Software, which is being unveiled at the forthcoming MACH Exhibition, features innovative, unique technologies included for the first time.
 
VISI 21 will be released shortly, and is being highlighted on stand 4426 in Hall 4 at the NEC in Birmingham, between April 7 - 11.
 
This new release of the software focuses on advanced technologies both in its design and manufacturing aspects. General Manager Richard Youhill says VISI has always maintained a leading position in managing large amounts of CAD data and ease of use for definition of mould tools and assemblies.
 
“Visitors to MACH will see how these key features are extended in the new release to include dedicated tools for creating and managing multiple cavities within a single tool, enabling components to be modified quicker and more efficiently. 
 
“Users will find higher levels of data and improved tools for creating geometry, along with enhancements to the plastic flow and progressive die analysis options.”
 
CAM updates include modifications to EDM and milling technology, and higher automation levels. “There’ve been a number of enhancements within the user interface, improving the methods and availability of options. Using dialogs and variables is now simpler and there are more automated features.” 
 
Additional types of toolpath strategies have been incorporated into Hybrid Machining, extending the technology’s ability to create new toolpaths that intelligently adapt the shape of their motions according to the morphology of the workpiece. 
 
Part of the Vero Software Group, VISI is a leading CAD/CAM solution for the mould and die industry providing users with productivity, reliability and flexibility. Improving these attributes in any company helps increase profitability. Vero has direct offices in the UK, Italy, France, Japan, USA, Brazil, Netherlands and China, while supplying product to more than 45 countries through its wholly owned subsidiaries and reseller network.

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