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Autodesk updates UK customers on enhanced software and support

Published on MTD CNC by AUTODESK on 08 Aug 2017

Autodesk held two free update meetings for UK manufacturing customers at its Birmingham offices during July.  The events, which attracted more than 140 registrations, followed a series of similar regional meetings at the end of last year.  They provided more opportunities for users of the company’s manufacturing software to see the latest enhancements in the programs, to hear about the continued development in customer training and support, and to speak face-to-face with Autodesk engineers and other staff. During the welcome presentation, details were given on the importance of Delcam within the series of acquisitions of manufacturing solutions made by Autodesk over recent years.  This broad portfolio now allows Autodesk to help its customers to “Make Anything”, whether in metal, plastics or composites, using either additive or subtractive technology.

HORIZON (AM) project gains momentum as demonstrators take shape

Published on MTD CNC by AUTODESK on 10 Mar 2016

The HORIZON (AM) project, a 13.4m pound research and development programme that aims to develop additive manufacturing (AM) techniques into viable production processes for aerospace parts, chose Delcam's Birmingham headquarters for its fourth project meeting.

Delcam customer Jaivel programs 50 Bloodhound SSC parts with PowerMILL

Published on MTD CNC by AUTODESK on 18 Feb 2016

International manufacturing technology company, Jaivel, has used Delcam's PowerMILL CAM software to generate programs for the machining of more than fifty parts for the Bloodhound SuperSonic Car project.

Aerospace toolmaker moves to PowerMILL to remove programming bottleneck

Published on MTD CNC by AUTODESK on 02 Feb 2016

Aerospace toolmaker moves to PowerMILL to remove programming bottleneck

Delcams PowerMILL helps Pentaxia meet the composites challenge

Published on MTD CNC by AUTODESK on 09 Oct 2015

After retiring from the rail industry, Stephen Ollier and his wife invested in their composites engineering company, Pentaxia.  Today, with the support of Delcam’s PowerMILL CAM software, the company is going from strength-to-strength.  Stephen Ollier established Pentaxia in 2008 when he was asked to help some former colleagues that had started a precision engineering business.  He recalls: ‘’They rented a five-axis machine tool and set up a business, but they had not had much experience in running a business, so they asked me if I wanted to join.  I admit I found retirement a bit boring so I joined.’’

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