Vero Software will exhibit Alphacam, Cabinet Vision and WorkPlan solutions

Vero Software will exhibit Alphacam, Cabinet Vision and WorkPlan solutions

The wood-processing capabilities of the Alphacam and Cabinet Vision CNC solutions and process management tools of the WorkPlan ERP system, by Vero Software, will be exhibited at IWF.

Alphacam is a CAM solution for wood, stone, and composites from 2-axis through 5-axis NC programming applications. 

Recent tests demonstrated that the new nesting engine unveiled in Alphacam 2018 R2 delivers significant improvements in material yield. Using proprietary technology to deliver ‘best in class’ geometry and toolpath optimization, the Vero nesting engine also provides faster calculation times, along with improved feedback and graphics, according to the company.

Cabinet Vision offers custom cabinet and room design, photo-realistic renderings, material optimization, bidding and costing, and the production of cutlists and bills of materials. Version 11 includes new rendering technology that delivers enhanced rendering capabilities and provides users with nearly photo-like images that manufacturers can use as sales tools to demonstrate to their customers exactly what products will look like when finished.

WorkPlan is an ERP solution developed to meet the requirements of and replicate the specific procedures and codes of CAD/CAM industries.

Vero Software will exhibit Alphacam, Cabinet Vision and WorkPlan solutions

Also exhibited will be the Leica Disto S910, a laser distance-measuring tool by Leica Geosystems that links with Cabinet Vision for the direct import of room-measurement data into the design-to-manufacturing CNC solution. Leica Geosystems and Vero Software are subsidiaries of Hexagon AB, which has facilitated the development of seamless integration between products of the two companies.

The Vero booth will also feature a Romer Absolute Arm manufactured by Hexagon. The arm is a portable, light weight, and accurate laser scanner that can be used for part inspection and verification, as well as reverse engineering. Demonstrations of the arm and its interoperability with Vero solutions will take place in real time and will include the reverse engineering of a detailed wooden part.

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For more, visit booth 4612 at IWF 2018.

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