Digital Machine Shop: How to Unlock the Potential of Multi-Axis Machining
Multi-axis machining can boost your productivity. Don’t let the process’ complexity prevent you from leveraging it into your machine shop.
Learn how Siemens’ NX CAM software simplifies multi-axis machining with comprehensive and application-specific capabilities. See proven, highly-efficient machining techniques for aerospace components demonstrated by an expert from Sandvik Coromant.
Discover the advantages of digitalizing part production using NX software for CAD, CAM, CMM, robotics, and additive manufacturing.
• Easy 5-axis programming with multi-axis guiding curves
• Automatic 3- to 5-axis tool tilt
• High-performance barrel tools support
• Multi-axis CNC robotics
• Integrated G-code-driven simulation
• Practical applications for machining aerospace components
Michael Taesch, Siemens Digital Industries Software
Michael Taesch heads up the NX CAM multi-axis machining and robotic software product development team at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Prior to his current role, Michael was part of the product management team for the NX CAM Hybrid-Additive Manufacturing initiative. Michael holds a Master’s Degree in mechanical engineering from Ecole National d’Ingenieur de Saint Etienne, France.
Tom Funke, Sandvik Coromant
Tom Funke is a CAM & Applications Engineer with the Aerospace Application Center at Sandvik Coromant. Using his extensive experience with NX CAM, Tom provides turn-key solutions for complex parts. He has also held roles leading manufacturing CAM programming teams and application engineers. Tom holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Vehicle Design and Engineering Technology.