Kitamura Machinery partners with CAMplete Solutions for its TruePath software for Kitamura's vertical and horizontal five axis machining centresClick image to enlarge

Kitamura Machinery is partnering with CAMplete Solutions to provide an integrated suite of post processing, verification and optimization software tools for its five axis machining centres.

CAMplete’s versatile and flexible TruePath software package offers the end user everything needed to analyize, modify, optimize and simulate multi-axis tool paths in an integrated environment.Kitamura Machinery partners with CAMplete for five axis machining softwareClick image to enlarge

“Kitamura’s line of machining centers are handcrafted in Japan and offer the end user superior accuracy and reliability necessary for machining in today’s competitive market. In working together with CAMplete in the development of the TruePath software, we have made the challenges and complexity of 5-axis machining easier and worry free for our end users.” says Ted Asano, director/general sales manager at Kitamura Machinery Co. Ltd.

Kitamura Machinery partners with CAMplete Solutions for its TruePath software for Kitamura's vertical and horizontal five axis machining centresClick image to enlarge

What is CAMplete TruePath?

  • Full G-Code verification (Real machine motion not CAM CL Data)
  • Accurate Models provided directly by Kitamura
  • Prevents crashes, near-crashes, over-travels and setup errors
  • Verify entire setup
  • Evaluate Multiple machining strategies
  • Optimize Toolpath to run more efficiently
  • Minimize Tool Lengths and Fixture Heights
  • Optimize Approaches/retracts and Feedrate
  • Direct Integration with most CAM Software (already established technical partnerships with over 90 per cent of the CAM market)

Post Processing

  • Ready to go “out of the box” for a particular model and options
  • Factory approved posts developed together with Kitamura

Verification

  • All machine options are available
  • True machine motion
  • Full collision detection, detects collisions earl

Optimization

  • Shorten set-up time
  • Identify and remove 5-axis errors
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