January 29, 2010
Camarillo, CA – January 29, 2010 — Surfware, Inc., developer
of SURFCAM CAD/CAM systems, announced today that the upcoming release of its flagship product, SURFCAM V5, will debut in
booth 335 at SolidWorks World 2010 in Anaheim, CA.
"SURFCAM has been a certified SolidWorks CAM partner for over 5 years and this is a continuing
relationship which we at Surfware are quite proud of," said Peter Marton, General Manager of Surfware, Inc. "Now, with
the release of SURFCAM V5, our SolidWorks customers will have even more new features and functionality, giving them world
class precision and control over their NC programming environment with their SolidWorks data."
"Our customers value the involvement throughout their SURFCAM software experience in areas such as training, customer service,
implementation and project specific applications," says Don McKillop of CAMcad Technologies, Inc. "We're committed to helping our customers innovate
and succeed with SURFCAM, and we thank Surfware for making it possible for us to receive this achievement."
SURFCAM’s powerful associativity enables our users to open native SolidWorks files directly into SURFCAM, completely eliminating
the translation process. SURFCAM automatically recognizes any design revisions in the solid model and offers to regenerate only affected toolpaths.
With this seamless interoperability, SURFCAM users can quickly adapt to design changes.
"Our SolidWorks users and customers require a high degree of freedom and flexibility, designing in SolidWorks allows users to make
design changes with confidence. Because of SURFCAM's seamless associativity to their SolidWorks files, users enjoy not only increased productivity, but
flexibility as well," said Marton.
SURFCAM V5 includes many new features and added functionality to 4- and 5-axis roughing toolpaths as well as an enhanced Operations
Manager, Cview visualization, 3-axis Z-roughing and upgrades to the lathe package. In addition to these upgrades are substantial updates to both 2- and
3-axis TrueMill toolpaths.
SURFCAM V5 supports SolidWorks 2010 parts, assemblies, sketches and configurations.
The event will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center and last from January 31 to February 3, 2010.
About Surfware, Inc.
Surfware, Inc., the developer of SURFCAM CAD/CAM systems and the award-winning TrueMill technology, provides world class
solutions for today's manufacturing challenges. Surfware, Inc. is dedicated to continuous innovation and development of new technologies that
increase customers' machining productivity and profitability. Surfware's goals are to provide top-quality technology, customer service and world
class solutions that allow its customers to gain a competitive edge in a changing global marketplace.