SprutCAM v7.1.5 now Available from SprutCAM America
Latest Maintenance Release includes new Turbo Simulation Technology and other Enhancements
Waunakee, WI (September 2, 2011) -- SprutCAM v7.1.5, the latest maintenance release of the popular multi-axis CAM system from SPRUT Technology is now available for download from SprutCAM America at www.sprutcamamerica.com. SprutCAM America is the exclusive North American distributor of SprutCAM 7.
Enhancements in v7.1.5 include the addition of the new Turbo Simulation modes. Two new modes are available: Voxel 3D and Voxel 5D. These modes are used to approximate complex workpieces as Voxel (Volumetric Pixel Element) solids to allow fastera and smoother simulation rendering for very large models.
In addition, the functionality for existing waterline and pocketing strategies has been expanded with a new radius compensation option for the final finish pass. This feature is designed to be used as a final clean-up pass to size after rough machining.
Other enhancements include improved integration of imperial measurements and several user-reported big fixes. These enhancements are included as part of a no-charge maintenance upgrade for current SprutCAM7 users. For more information on SprutCAM7 and SprutCAM America, visit www.sprutcamamerica.com.
About SprutCAM America
SprutCAM America is the Exclusive Value-Added Distributor of SPRUT Technology products in North America. We are also the preferred reseller in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and South America. We are not able to sell to customers in the UK and other EU nations. SprutCAM America is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tormach LLC. Our technical and sales staff is based in Wisconsin USA. To learn more about Tormach LLC and our products, visit www.tormach.com.
About SprutCAM and SPRUT Technology Inc.
SPRUT Technology is a developer of state-of-the-art manufacturing software solutions, including SprutCAM and NC Tuner. Sprut Technology employs experts in mathematics, physics, computer programming, interface design, machining and metalworking. Customers include NASA, KAMAZ, Toyota, Samsung, Northrup Grumman, and many more of the world’s leading technology companies.