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GeometricPLM is pleased to announce the availability of CAMWorks 2020 SP3.0, is a modern CAM programming solution that automates the creation of toolpaths inside SOLIDWORKS. Powering the SOLIDWORKS CAM, there is now a seamless associative path for all the SOLIDWORKS users machining and turning requirements.
What’s New in CAMWorks 2020 – SP3
Resolved CPRs CW-101208 CSR-13020 For the specific assembly incorrect depth is observed for the automatically recognized hole features. This happens when the “Extend holes to stock” is set to On.
CW-100898 CSR-13195 A crash is seen in CAMWorks when the open profile feature is edited in the specific assembly.
CW-100527 CSR-13321 When the toolpath of a thread mill operation with method set to Automatic is regenerated in CAMWorks 2020 then, an additional pass is created.
CW-100417 CSR-13261 In CAMWorks Virtual Machine, when the controller type is set to Hass then, the X and Y positions of the additional coordinate system are incorrectly displayed.
CW-100040 CSR-13160 In TechDB, under Assembly tool crib the comment of Rolling tap is incorrectly displayed for Cutting tap.
CW-100002 CSR-13128 For the specific Mill assembly, the toolpath generated for rough mill operation with pattern type set to offset roughing on an open pocket feature gouges the island.
CW-99567 CSR-12959 Unable to Update Stock Material Data from MES database with SQL Server.
CW-99437 CSR-12707 In Mill assemblies when the option of “Extend holes to the stock” is set to true then, the recognized hole features are incorrectly extended in the opposite direction.
CW-99355 CSR-12933 If the Mill part setup has only Probing operations then, upon post processing the variable of “TLP_FEAT_SETUP_NAME” doesn’t output the name of the Mill Part setup in the posted code.
CW-99337 CSR-12937 User is unable to create a linear pattern of features by selecting edges along Z axis.
CW-99191 CSR-12867 When a tool is copied in the tool tree tab then the operations associated with it are also copied along with the tool.
CW-98844 CSR-12770 In Czech language version of CAMWorks, the labels “Insert ID” and “Holder ID” of Turn tool assemblies is translated incorrectly in TechDB.
CW-98794 CSR-12740 For the specific part a crash is seen in CAMWorks when generate toolpath is done on a contour mill having an avoid area.
CW-98699 CSR-12665 When the active license doesn't include a 5 axis module then, incorrect display is seen in CAMWorks Virtual Machine if the rotary axis angle of a setup is manually overridden.
CW-98659 CSR-12620 For the specific part significant time is taken to create a circular pocket interactively.
CW-98533 CSR-12599 In TechDB user cannot set the value of more than 90 degrees for all the leadin/leadout angles of the Turn operations.
CW-98525 CSR-12342 Whenever a mill tool is copied and, the diameter of the new tool is modified then, the value set for cutting speed (SMM/SFM) is not automatically updated as per the new value of diameter.
CW-98507 CSR-12515 For the specific assembly, when fixtures are defined in the Mill Part Setup then, the toolpath for Contour Mill operation with bottom finish set to On is incorrectly generated.
CW-98491 CSR-12465 When a 5 axis mill machine selected by using an API is edited in the CAMWorks operation tree then, an error message is displayed.
CW-98434 CSR-12514 For a customized TechDB, the user is unable to add operation parameters for a default Probe operation. 21.CW-98387CSR-12482PostIn Mill Turn, for operations of face setups the value set for “Maximum Arc Deviation” is incorrectly output. 22.CW-98357CSR-12421PostFor the specific Mill part, in Multiaxis Mill operation, when the value of "Angle tolerance" under “Pole handling” is set to 10 degrees then, CAMWorks crashes when the operation is post processed.
CW-98321 CSR-12461 The value of “IS_PATTERN_FEATURE” is always set to 0 when, the toolpath for the pattern of an automatically recognized feature. However, the value is set to 1 in case if the feature is interactively inserted.
CW-98294 CSR-12386 BFor taper End Mill tools, when the cutting speed (SMM) value is modified then, the values calculated for RPM and other feedrates are incorrect.
CW-98209 CSR-12362 For the specific assembly file, when the user enables or disables instances in the Active Instances dialog box then SOLIDWorks crashes.
CW-98167 CSR-12299 In German language version of CAMWorks, the string “Probing” is incorrectly translated.
CW-98164 CSR-12182 For the specific part, after sorting the operations the user is unable to save the part file and all the CAM data is lost.
CW-98114 CSR-12296 For a Wrap feature when Fixture Coordinate system is changed then error message stating “Unable to generate toolpath for wrapped feature” is displayed.
CW-98108 CW-97109 CW-95149 CSR-12295 CSR-11733 The leadin/out points defined for a Contour Mill operation cannot be edited if the operation machines multiple curve features with chamfer machining option set to On.
CW-98079 CSR-12269 For the specific part an error is seen while simulating the multi axis toolpath.
CW-98074 CSR-12260 In Czech language version of CAMWorks, the labels “Deep groove cycle” and “Mirror about centerline” are aligned incorrectly in groove rough tab of operation parameters dialog box.
CW-98073 CSR-12259 In Czech language version of CAMWorks, the strings “Covert to face feature” and “Convert to cutoff feature” are incorrectly translated.
CW-98028 CSR-12178 In TechDB the user is unable to set User Defined Turn Insert for threading operations.
CW-97921 CSR-12132 Add an API to create a common list of tools by browsing through all available CAMWorks configuration in the part/assembly.
CW-97774 CSR-12095 For the Assembly file, when "Rebuild" is performed then SOLIDWorkscrashes.
CW-97683 CSR-12043 In CAMWorks Virtual Machine, the spindle rotation is not seen if the commands of M03 and G234 are in the same line.
CW-97582 CSR-1194 In Spanish language version of CAMWorks, the string “Tab cutting” is incorrectly translated in the Contour Mill tab of operation parameters dialog box.
CW-97576 CSR-1194 In Spanish language version of CAMWorks, the spin controls for the depth parameters function incorrectly when the check box of tab cutting is selected.
CW-97134 CW-95246 CSR-11800 CSR-9094 For the specific part the display of the coordinate system is incorrect during toolpath simulation. However, it is properly displayed during step through.
CW-96980 CSR-1702 The toolpath generated for Drill operation on a group of Counter Bore hole features is incorrect as the user defined start and end point are considered only for the first instance and not for all other instances.
CW-96032 CSR-11315 In TechDB the column width of Machines, Strategies and Tool cribs should be made equal.
CW-95998 CSR-11187 hen the parameters of an operation having multiple features in it are updated (By doing Generated Operation Plan) then, the machining depth for all the features is reset to a common value.
CW-94482 CSR-10901 In Czech language version of CAMWorks, the strings “Use chamfer machining” and “Geometry condition” is incorrectly translated in the Contour tab of operation parameters dialog box.
CW-94193 CSR-10852 In mill assembly mode, if the SOLIDWORKS coordinate system used to define origin of a Mill Part Setup is renamed then, the origin is not updated with the new name.
CW-94111 CSR-10797 For the specific part an error is seen while simulating the Rough toolpath.
CW-93581 CSR-10638 CSR-11271 The incorrect display of the toolpath isobserved for Contour Mill operation with CNC compensation set to On and Toolpath center to without compensation.
CW-91918 CSR-10426 For the specific part, the toolpath generated for a Contour Mill operation with bottom finish set to On and high-speed parameters gouges the part.
CW-88664 CSR-9782 Develop an API to list the operations and the associated features.
CW-88201 CSR-9279 CSR-10728 The coolant type set in TechDB for a mill tool is not reflected in CAMWorks if the same tool is used as part of an assembly tool.
CW-85711 CSR-8027 In Mill operations if the Feeds and Speeds are defined by the tool then, the leadin feedrate is incorrectly set by the Z feedrate of the tool.
CW-84528 CSR-7143 For a Contour Mill toolpath generated for a closed feature with Contain area, if the CNC Compensation is changed to 'Off' and Toolpath Centre to 'Without Compensation', then it results in the toolpath not changing position as expected like the G code coordinate.
CW-84212 CSR-6946 In Japanese language version of CAMWorks, the strings for operation parameters are incorrectly translated.
CWR-1798 CSR-12904 When the 3 axis toolpath generation method is set to "Advanced Method" then, the toolpath for Pencil Mill operation generates incorrect leadin/leadout move, when the holder avoidance option is enabled.
CWR-1790 CSR-12668 For the specific Mill Part,no toolpath is generated for Pencil Mill operations with the holder avoidance option set to True.
CWR-1789 CSR-12669 When the 3 Axis toolpath generation method is set to “Advanced” then, no toolpath is generated for the Area Clearance operation with Holder Avoidance set to True.
CWR-1772 CSR-12166 When the 3 axis toolpath generation method is set to "Advanced Method" then, for the specific part the rapid moves of the Z Level operation gouge the part.
CWR-1693 CSR-7282 When the 3 Axis toolpath generation method is set to “Advanced” then, for the specific part some of the passes are not generated for the Z level operation with depth method set to “Scallop”.
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CAMWorks for SOLIDWORKS was the first fully integrated computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) solution designed exclusively to operate in SOLIDWORKS and the first to offer knowledge-based, feature recognition, and associative machining capabilities within SOLIDWORKS.
CAMWorks uses the same SOLIDWORKS geometry to generate toolpaths to ensure the part you machine is the same part you’ve modeled. Toolpath simulation allows users to compare “as designed” parts to “as machined” parts. The part model-to-toolpath associativity in CAMWorks increases machining productivity and lowers manufacturing costs by eliminating time-consuming CAM system rework due to design updates.
CAMWorks eliminates the drudgery of CNC programming with Intelligent Machining through automation. Pioneered by Geometric Technologies, this suite of tools automates the generation of toolpaths based on a knowledge-based database. It eliminates hours of complex programming through Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) that automatically defines prismatic machinable features, while the TechDBTM (Technology Database) defines machining operations to automatically generate accurate toolpaths at the click of a button.
CAMWorks machining modules include: 2½ Axis Mill, 3 Axis Mill, Turning, Mill-Turn with 5 Axis Simultaneous Machining Support, 4/5 Axis Simultaneous Machining, and Wire EDM.
CAMWorks 2020 delivers many enhancements and improvements, most created in direct response to customer requests. This release supports Probing Cycles and focuses onhelping you program parts in a faster and easier way. It also introduces an Additive Manufacturing module that can used togenerate Build Tickets (3D data) required to print 3D print part models.
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Version: 2020 SP3 build 2020/0706 (06-July-2020)
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : www.camworks.com
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Software Prerequisites: *
Size: 2.0 Gb
* System Requirements: Before installing CAMWorks 2020, ensure that the following system requirements are fulfilled:
Supported Microsoft Windows Operating Systems
- 64-bit version of Windows 10
- 64-bit version of Windows 8.1
- 64-bit version of Windows 7 (SP1 or higher)
** Home editions of the above Operating Systems are not supported.
Supported CAD applications
CAMWorks runs as an Add-in within SOLIDWORKS or CAMWorks Solids. The following versions of CAD applications support CAMWorks 2020 x64:
- 64-bit version of SOLIDWORKS 2020
- 64-bit version of CAMWorks Solids 2020
- 64-bit version of SOLIDWORKS 2019
- 64-bit version of CAMWorks Solids 2019
RAM: 8 GB or more recommended
Video Card: Certified cards and drivers
Processor: Intel or AMD processors with SSE2 support. 64-bit operating system required.
USB port: User may choose to have CAMWorks license on a USB dongle (key). CAMWorks Hardware dongle (key)plugs into the USB port.
Network: Microsoft's Windows Networking and Active Directory network environments.
Install Media: Broadband Internet Connection
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